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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1909

tVTsT1fIVIVTVfVTvR?K" A COMPLETE Block of Edison l'hono erapbs and llecords. Victor Talking Ma chine, Columbia and Disc Records.. , 28tl F. A. jfSKINS, SPECIAL attention eiven to children at at Charlesworth's Studio. 28 SECOND HAND PIANO-W5. good con dltlon. F. A. Jenkins. Lyric building. 28tl EASTER SUPPER, at the Unntlst Church. April 16th. Candy and apron sale. First table at6:30. All welcome. PIANO HOXES (or 'sale. F. A. Jenklm, Lyric building. 2Jtl NOTICE.-To All Concerned :-The under signed, heretofore trading at Galilee, Pa., un der the llrm name ot Canlield & Kutledsc, have this day dissolved partnership liy mutual consent. The business will lie con ducted by Frank P. Hutledgc, who alone Is authorized to collect outstanding accounts and pay all bills owing. Frank P. Rutledoe. 2Heoe3 Frank A.Canfield. FOR RENT, store next to Rldgcway's Studio, formerly occupied by the Co-operative Store. Good chance for a good merchant to continue thcbnslness or to start any other good bu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1909

1- OIL TRUST SCORED Government Arraigns Stand ard as Evil Monopoly. CHARGED WITH A CONSPIRACY John D. and William, Hookefeller, Plagler, Bogers and Archbold Accused Dissolution of Company Asked. St. Louis, April 5. The culling for argumeut of the case of the United States ngalust the Standard Oil Com pany of New Jersey In the United States circuit court today marked the beginning of the end of the govern ment's attempt to prove that the great company Is n corporation In restraint of trade within the inclining of the Sherman net. The government Is represented in the suit by Frank B. Kellogg, C. . Morrison and J. Harrison Graves. For ttao Standard nppear John S. Miller and Moritz Rosenthal of Chicago and Judge Henry Priest of St. Louis. In the complaint the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, together with John D. Rockefeller, William Rockefeller, Henry M. Flagler, Henry H. Rogers, John D. Archbold, Oliver II. Payne and Charles M. Pratt, are charged with having entered Into a FRANK B....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1909

Farm and Garden SAFE DEHORNING CHUTE. 8lmplo Daviee That Will Not Hurt the Animal, An authqrlty on the dehornlug of cattle furnishes the following Informa tion on the- construction of the chute for the operation: Make the chute strong. Next make a plank table In front of the same about PLAN FOn DEnonNINO CnDTE. two foot wide, throe feet long and two and onc-linlf foot from the ground. Then preimro a square with an eight Inch side out of plank and hinge it to the tnble n few Inches from the chute at right angles to the face of the same, so that it can move freely from one side to the other. For the hinge use two good pieces of strap Iron, prefer ably wagon tire, and let each extend BA.FB AND EASY FOR THE ANIMAL. clear across each side of the width of the square. To make the hinge wrap the end of the tire around a bolt staple secured to the table by taps beneath. Through the end of the tire opposite the hinge and about an inch from the top face of the square bore a hole large enough f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1909

Items Gathered by THE CITIZEN STAFF Orson. March 31st. The Order of the Gold en Seal received Word that one of their brothers, Deforest A. Dow, residing in Oneonta, N. Y., a member 'of the Or son Camp, No. 302, died Monday morn ing, March 29th. The bereaved mother has the heartfelt sympathy of the mem bers of Orson Camp. The secretary in forms me that this is the fourth one that has died since the order started here. The beneficiary, his mother, will receive $5 a month for 13 months, he havjng been a member of Orson Camp for 13 months. Amount $05. They finished putting up or harvesting ice which .has been a great help to-the laboring people here. Charles Hanbury, of Uoxbury, Su preme manager of the Scranton Division for the Order of the Golden Seal, gavs a very interesting talk Sunday evening. Subject "Our Duty toward God and Man." The business meeting of the Epworth League will be held Monday evening, April 5th. Samuel Sillsbee, who has been ill, is slowly convalescing. Mrs. A.- F....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1909

ttiaeti Semi-Weekly Founded Wayne County Organ " 1908 of tye Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY i 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE 00., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1909. NO. 29 1 MRS. n Mother and Brother Give Points In Her Favor. PROSECUTOR IS DISAPPOINTED Testimony That Accused Woman Was on Second Floor of Her Home Just Before the Tragedy Occurred. Lyons, N. Y., April 8. The father, mother nnd two brothers of Mrs. Geor gia Allyu Sampson, charged with the killing of her husband, Harry Samp son, were called to the witness stand by District Attorney Gilbert to give evidence on which the state Is depend ing to convict Mrs., Georgia Sampson of murder. The testimony of the four members of the Sampson family was listened to with Interest by a great throng that packed the courtroom. A sad figure In the courtroom was the widowed moth er of Harry Sampson, Mrs. George Sampson. The defense scored several material points through the testimony of ihe members of the Allyn family. It was established nota...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1909

Working Abroad The Enflllsh Ambassidor shlp and President Eliot. The Improvements In the Diplomatic and Consular Service. IN days gone by n change in the political complexion of the gov ernment at Washington meant n shako up all along tho line In Undo Sam's diplomatic and consular offices. In the days when the adage "to the victors belong tho spoils" was generally accepted as a foundation principle of politics there was a grand struggle for the posts abroad every time the political kaleidoscope turned round. It extended even to the minor posts, and the service suffered great ly in consequence of these frequent changes. This, together with tho PRESIDENT ELIOT IN HIS IiIBIIABT. growth of sentiment in favor of civil service reform generally, brought about an alteration in tho previously existing conditions, and today there is a considerable amount of permanence In the consular service and in tho dip lomatic posts below the rank of min ister and ambassador. There Is even a consular scho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1909

WASHINGTON LETTER Spaclal Correspondence. Development according to plan Is the order of progress In the national capital. The work of Improving the Ibeautlfnl city on the banks of the Po tomac Is not going forward In a hap hazard, hit and miss fashion, but Is proceeding along lines carefully thought out by a commission assigned to the duty by authority of congress. Hhls commission had as its chairman (Daniel H. Burnbam of Chicago, the other members having been Augustus St Gaudcns, Charles McKlm and JJTcderlck Law Olmstcad. First pre paring a sculptured model of the city as it existed in 1002, they then caused to bo made a model showing the city as it should be built according to an Ideal plan. The Future Washington. In one of the rooms of the magnifi cent library of congress may be seen the plans of Washington as the com mission found It in 1002 nnd as they hope lo have It appear to the genera tions of the future. And the plan of the city to come Is not merely a dream. Already the w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1909

THE CITIZEN rVBLIBniD KVKBT WEDNESDAY AHD FB1DAT BT the cmzmt pDBLisnwo compaitt. Rotered as second-class matter, at the post office, Honesdale, Pa. K. B. HARDKNBERGH, - PRESIDENT yf. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIBECTOBS: BEHBY WILSON. E. D. UABDENBEBQH. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: 11.60 A yeab. in advabce FRIDAY APRIL, 0, 1009. COAL STIUKK. The decision of the anthracite mi ners not to strike gives a feeling of relief to the whole country which vividly remembers the great stlke of seven years ago and of the loss which resulted to the public. With out commenting upon the the merits of the case, concerning wich there Is naturally a sharp difference of opinion, it occurs to nearly everyone who does not belong to the conten ding parties that someway should be found to amicably and honorably settle trade disputes as they arise. DONT HT HATTLKI). What with auto-suggestion, hetero suggostlon, psychotherapy, nnd other modern mental operations, with their divisions and subdivisions, warrant...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1909

AUCTION. Tho undersigned, dcslrlne to relinquish dairying and give their full atten tion to celery and fruit culture, will .sell nt public outcry, on their premises. Way mart. Wednesday, April 21, 1909, commencing at -one o'clock p.m., sharp, the following prop erty, viz: 20 dairy cows, 14 of which are milkers and 6 arc coming la ; 1 three-year-old Uolstelnbull.-4 pigs 3 months old.-3 colts-2 three-year-old and one two-year-old 1 De frayal separator, barrel churn, butter worker, 1 cream terator, 1 milk terator, Ico box, li7 pat ent self-closing stanchions : nlso the follow ing new Implements: 2 Perry barrows, 2 combined bankers and potato diggers and 1 fourteen-toothed cultivator. TKKM8 Six months' credit on Judgment notes with ap proved security. HULL BROTHERS. A.O. Blake, Auct'r. W. A. Oaylord, Clerk WANTKD. Reliable, energetic man to sell lnbrlcatln? oils, cresses and rjalnts in Wayne and adjacent counties. Salary or commls- slon. STETSON Oil, CO. Cleveland, Ohio. S5)t3 WANTED. A...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1909

Woman Features in this Column: The Suffragist of Today Progress of the Movement An Appeal to Mothers Time was when woman's suffrage was associated with short hair, bloom ers and denunciations of the tyrant man. This type of suffragist, I regret fo say, was so striking that she yet re mains In the memory of the more con servative citizen, causing him to shud der at the very thought of the eman cipation of his womankind. It Is for the benefit of this man and of bis wife, who probably shares his views, and of others like them, who haven't kept abreast of the movement, that I want to speak a few words about the mod ern American suffragist. I absolutely believe she represents the better element of her sex. She Is no longer a subject for cartoons. As MRS. QAmtlELLE STEWART MULLlNElt. far as appearance goes, she Is well groomed, becomingly dressed and has a diplomatic rather than uu aggressive manner. Her mind Is logical, her man ner of argument calm and her person ality magnetic, and she ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1909

Unto the Hills. By OLIVE HARPER. Copyright, 1909, by American Press Association. T ' T Is useless to sny any more on the subject, Ezra. My decision Is taken." "Very well," replied Ezrn, with a sigh, as ho looked down at his wife, who stood before him, with deflanco in every lino of her pretty face. Her shoulders were thrown bnck and her right foot advanced, while her hands were clinched as If for a combat. This ready acceptance of her ex pressed determination annoyed her. Bho had expected opposition and was prepared for fighting It from every standpoint. Her arguments had been carefully prepared to defeat anything ho might say. And here ho had accept ed her decision without n word. Ho asked no concession, mode no nppcal. It was exasperating. Ezra Robins was six feet tall and ' big In proportion. Edna was a little mlto of a woman, whom he could car ry like a child In his strong arms. Ho loved her with a mighty lovo and cherished her with an Infinite tender ness. He almost worshiped t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 April 1909

Market Reports. WHEAT Two cents higher; contract grade, April, il.32al.33. CORN-Steody: April. 73a73V4c OATS Firm; No. 2 white, natural, B9H aCOc. BUTTER Steady on fine fresh: fall trade; receipts, 6,501 packages; creamery, specials, 28a2Sttc (oRlclal 23c); extras, Z7s J7V4c; thirds to nrsts, Zla-Gc.; held, com. mon to special, 20a27c; state dairy, com mon to choice. 19a25c; process, common to special, 1723c. ; western, factory, 17a 19c; Imitation creamery, 20c. CHEESE Firm; receipts, 1,953 boxes; state, full cream, special, l(al7c; small, fancy, lSc; large; fancy, 15c; good tc fine, 16V4c; winter made, best, 14Hc: com mon to prime, 13al4V4c; skims, full to spe cials, 2al2V4c. EGGS Steady; receipts, 33,492 cases; state, Pennsylvania and nearby, fancy, selected, white, 23a24c; fair to choice, 21Ha22c; brown and mixed, fancy, 22a 22Hc; fair to choice, 21a21Hc: western, firsts, 20V4a21c; storage packed, 2H4a21V4c.; seconds. 20c. POTATOES Steady : domestic, old, In bulk, per 180 lbs., 2...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 April 1909

N 1 1 t ' if tmm Semi-Weekly Founded; Wayne County Organ 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY j . HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1909. 66th TEAR. NO. 30 mm T Rises From the Sea as Re sult of Earthquake. CRATERS BELCH FORTH FIRE. Hatives of Bogoslof Group So Ter rified That They Will Not Ap proach Within Miles of the Place. Seattle, Wash., April 13. The steam ship Dora, Captain It. B. McKay, in from Alaska, brings the story of the appearance of a new island in the Bo goslof group, near Unalaska, as the re sult of an earthquake. Captain McKay says the islands in the group .were agitated for about ten days before the new island, with great rumblings, reared its head out of the sea. The craters of the Bogoslof group be gan to belch with Are, ashes and sand. Captain McKay added that the na tives, in great fear, could not be made to approach within many miles of the new island. Its peak was visible, and it was throwing out a volume of steam. Soon after the ap...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 April 1909

THE LASTTRIBUTE Memorial Services in the Senate. SENATOR ROWLAND EULOGIZED Senators Grim, miller and James Pay Tributes to the Memory of their Fellow Member The Kcsolutlons Adopted. Immediately after the Invocation of the chaplain In the 'State Senate nt the morning session of Thursday, March 25th, Senator Grim, of Bucks County, offered the following resolutions: Whereas, G. Frank Rowland, a member of the Senate of Pennsylva nia for the Fourteenth Senatorial District, has, during the Interim of the present session of the Senate, departed this life; and Whereas, His services to his con stituents and the State of Pennsyl vania, entitle htm to commemora tion by the members of this Senate; therefore, be it Resolved, That the Senate of Penn sylvania hereby enter upon Its min utes its appreciation of the services of the late Senator Rowland, as a member of this body. He was at ail times esteemed for his fidelity to duty and for the honest endeavor which he brought to the solution of quest...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 April 1909

IN MEMORIAM Brooklyn Pastor Breaks Dovn at Service. LOVING TRIBUTE TO GEO. E. GALE Impressive Eulogy to Dead Man Whoso Body Was Interred in Greenwood. (From the Brooklyn Eagle. April 6. impressive serv:ces were read, last night, over the remains of Geo. E. Gale, the well known citizen mid capitalist, who died at his residence, 1305 Albemarle road, Friday morn ing. The Rev. Dr. Nacy McGee Waters rendered a eulogy, during which he broke down and sobbed the words he uttered. Tin clergyman, whose ten years of cloBe Intimacy with Mr Gila had glvi-n him an op portunity to study him closely, de scribed him as the embodiment of four virtues sincerity, gulleless ness, friendliness and charitableness. "You have all come here to pay Bllent tribute to a friend, n true friend," he said. " I have known Mr. Gale for ten years, and I tnn say that he was one who would frown on anything that was not strictly sincere and honest. He was proud, v.ery proud, of his father, and ho inherited that im pulse ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 April 1909

THE CITIZEN rOBUBHED KTEBT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rUBLISIIIHS COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post offlce, Ilonesdale, Pa. B. II. HARDENBEIIGH, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: c n. dorfli50er. m. b. allen, berry wilson. e. i). iiardesbenoii. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR. IS ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APRIL, II, 1009. THE STATE FAIR MLIj. The reasons In favor of the pas sage by the Legislature of the State Pair hill are thus set forth by its projectors and advocates, among whom Hon. W. C. Norton and War ren K. Perham, of this county, have been prominent and Inllentlal: This State Is the only one of agricultural prominence which does not have a State fair. The State Is asked to make an Investment In nn Institution whose title Ih vested In the State, nnd is not asked to give away money. This Institution to bo conducted by State olllccrs, for the benefit of the State and the promotion of nil In dustries of the State, the money app...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 April 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN; HAVING PURCHASED a qunntity of al most new furniture, we will sell the same at public sale to the highest bldderon Saturday. April 17. 1909. at 1 p.m.. nt our livery barn, lionesdale. Pa. The stock comprises two bed room suits, complete, with spring and matt ress; two Iron beds, with springs; one exUm slontable. two sofas, ten fancy rocking chairs, three beating stoves, one spring cot, onesew Ing machine, about 60 yards Brussels carpet, one hundred yards Ingrain carpet, one hund red yards new rag carpet, a lot of pillows, bedding, dishes. Kitchen utensils, and other things too numerous to mention. Terms of sale made known on day of sale. C. H. Corl rlght&Son 30ei2 FOtt SALK OK LEASE a farm 110 acres, about HO clear, ll-fourth miles from U.K. sta tion. Volney Skinner Mllanvllle. :wt3 WANTED good man nt once at Uregstcln Uros. clothers Wtf BRIDGE BUILDERS. NOTICE.-Sealed bids for the construction of concrete floors on two bridges near E. II. Lcdyard's. Mt. Plea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 April 1909

INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER BIBLE STUDY CLUB. Answer One Written Question Each Week For Fifty-Two Weeks and Win a Prize. THE PRIZES. First Series A gold medal to each ef the first five' contestants. Second 8erles A silver medal to each of the next five centestants. Third Series A Teacher's Bible, price $5.60, to each of the next five contestants. Fourth Series The book "The Heart of Christianity," price $1.50, to each of the next thirty-five contestants. Fifth Series A developed mind, an expanded Imagination, a richer exper ience and a more profound knowledge of the Bible and of life, to all who take this course whether winning any other prize or not. Each medal will be suitably engrav ed, giving the name of the winner, and for what It Is awarded, and In like manner each Bible and book will be Inscribed. All who can write, and have Ideas, are urged to take up these studies re gardless of the degree of their educa tion, as the papers are not valued from an educational or literary standpo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 April 1909

SIX' DEAD IN IIUL Four Business Blocks In Lenox, Mass., Destroyed. MISS FRENCH KILLED BY LEAP Four Other Women Penned In Among Exploding Oils and Dynamite In Clifford Building. Lenox, Mass., April 12. Six people lost their lives, three others were bad ly burned and a property loss of about $400,000 was caused by the lire In the heart of. the business section of this town. Four buslnoss blocks, two dwellings and two other structures were destroy ed In n section bounded by Franklin. Main, Ilousotonlo and Church streets. Tho tire Is believed to hnve started In the Clifford building from spontaneous combustion, Tho dead are: Kdwnrd O. Ventrep, electrician; Mrs. lOdward C. Ventres, Miss Leslie Ventres, Miss Alice French, bookkeeper; Miss Isabel Cook, bookkeeper, and Miss Mary Sparks, schoolteacher. The Injured were Mrs. Catherine Itoot and her two sons, George Hoot and Arthur Hoot. Some of the principal losses were: Mahanna building, owned by Wil liam Mahanna, $25,000; I P. Dttra bardl &...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 April 1909

Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF HKTHANV. April 12th. Mrs. John .Henderson gave a rag bee Monday evening to a few friends. Mrs. A. B. Ganimell brought Helen Starnes over from Carbondale, on Mon day, and she is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Starnes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Sutton are the proud parents of a fine boy, born Tuesday, April Oth. All doing nicely, and Mrs. A. li. Gnminell is in attend ance. Grace Miller returned from Carbon dale on Wednesday last, after a lengthy visit with relatives. The windmill on topof the Kant, store building was badly damaged by the wind storm of Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Starnes and baby Claire, of Carbondale, nre spending a few days hero visiting relatives. Isabelle and Harriet Lawrence, of Scranton, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Manning. Miss Cody returned from Honesdale on Friday last, and on Saturday left for Boyd Mills, to care for a pneumonia case. Lillian and Violet Smith, th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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