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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1909

Ctftiea l&. ? Semi-Weekly Founded Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY Weekly Founded, 1844 66th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., PBIDAY, APRIL 16, 1909. NO. 31 1908 5? Illl TAX tO I Senate Democrats United For Tariff Dill Provision. ALSO FOR GENERAL REDUCTIONS Conference of Minority Senators, While Not All Harmony, Stands For Decrease In Bates on Necessities. Washington, April 15. Democrats lu the United States senate will present a solid front against nny Republican op position to an income tax for raising revenue. This policy was agreed upon at a conference, which also went on record as favoring a general reduc tion on tariff schedules, particularly those relating to the necessaries of .life. For more than four hours the Demo cratic members of the senate con ferred in the effort to agree upon a policy toward tariff legislation. The conference was not entirely har monious. Some of the senators pres ent admitted frankly that they would ask for protection for the Industrie...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1909

WASHINGTON. New Tariff Bill to Prove Satisfactory A LIVELY KICK ON HOSIERY HATE. Increased Tarlir on Stockings Will Not Increase Cost Whatever Hurricn There Is Will bo Home by Importers and Dealers. Washington, April' 24. Members of the Senate Finance Committee expect to report the tariff bill to the Senate by April 15th and If possible on an earlier date. The Committee is holding night sessions, and it has disposed of more thnn three-fourths of the bill. The bill it will report will differ widely from the bill the House passed. An u rule it has increased the dutie3 proposed In that measure, The members of the Committee confidently . predict that na iinally passed the bill will ho entirely sat isfactory to thu country. They assert that much of the adverse criticism of certain schedules is wholly without reason and duo to misinformation regarding the effect of the proposed changes upon the prices the consumer will pay after the bill becomes a law. livery change has been carefully con...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1909

( BUTTER, BUTTER ! Who's Got the Butter Worthy of a Prize ? WILL WAYNE COUNTY TRY FOR IT? The Winners in the Pennsylvania lluttcr Contest for the Second Year The Object and Plan of the Annual Compe tition. The second year's Educational Butter Contest, conducted by .The Pennsylvania State College, was completed with the "February scor ing. .More interest was shown this year than last. Most of the con testants want the work continued and many new ones wish to take part next year. State College furnishes the press off the State with the following re p'ort and information as to the rules governing the contests. We call the attention of Wayne county creamery and farm butter makers to the fact that no time is to be lost if they wish to enter in the competition this year. , O. D. Jlott, of Edinburg, made the highest average score for the year and won the silver cup. Ten others who took part each time will share a pro rata fund. The follow ing sent each time and all have an excellent averag...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1909

THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED STEBT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY the citizen rnBLisnma company. Entered as second-class matter, at the post ofllce, Honesdale, Pa. K. B. HARDENBERQILi- - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY DIBECTORS: C. fl. DOBFUNQER. M. B. ALLEN. HENRY WILBON. E. B. IIARDENBERQH. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: J1.50 A TEAR. IN ADVANCE FIJI DAY APRIL, 10, 1909. Republican State Convention Hdqrs. Republican State Com. Phlladelphiar April 5, 1909. To the Republican Electors of Penn sylvanla: I am directed by the Republican State Committee to announce that the Republicans df Pennsylvania, by their duly chosen representatives, will meet in Convention at the Mtv Jestlc Theatre in' the city of Har rlsburg, on Wednesday, June 16, 1909, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating candl dates for the following offices, to wit: One person for the ofllce of State Treasurer. One person for the ofllce of An ditor General. One person for the ofllce of judge of the Supreme Court. Al...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN; HAVING PURCHASED a quantity of al most new furniture, wo will sell tbe same' at public Bole to the highest bidder on Saturday, April 17, 1800, at 1 p.m., at our livery barn, Honesdale, Pa. The stock comprises two bed room suits, complete, with spring and matt ress; two iron beds, with springs; one exten sion table, two sofas, ten fancy rocking chairs, three heating stoves, one spring cot, onesew ing machine, about GO yards IlniBsels 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. Cort right A Hon 30cl2 FORSALE OR LEASE a farm HO'acres. about BO clear. 3-fourth miles from K.K. sta tion. VolneySklnner Mllanvillc. 3Dt3 WANTED-good man at once at Breesteln Bros, clothcrs 30tf BRIDGE BUILDERS, NOTICE.-Scaled bids for the construction of concrete floors on two bridges near E. II. Ledyard's. XI t. 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. — 16 April 1909

BARRIE AND HIS MOTHER. A Loving So n't Enduring Monument to Hit Dearest Friend. J. M. Barrle, novel 1st and playwright and tbc most successful of contempo rary writers for the stage, has never written a book or a play that is not a monument to his mother, a monument tsuch as tho pngan author declared he had erected for himself, "more endur ing than bronze." Most of the material' which Barrio has woven into his delightful stories of Scotch life and much of that which makes his plays so quaint, so individ ual nnd so charming wore furnished him by his mother. Barrio In that extraordinary and most intimate of books, "Margaret, Ogllvy," tells how when he had deter mined to become an author a decision that gave his simple mother n tremen dous shock, as she had made up her mind that he should become n minis ter he continually called upon his mother for old stories of his native town and its rugged typos, which ho embalmed in such classics as "A Win dow In Thrums," "Auld Ltcht Idylls." "The...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1909

Woman and fashion Nw Flv Hundred Button Dress. Decidedly tho most radical crcntlot of fashion was exhibited by Miss KHz abcth A. O. White at tho opening ol the dressmakers' convention at Ma ' aonlc temple, New ork. It was a Pari elan gown of ecclesiastical design hav ing BOO buttons. In fact, there was 8uch a buttony effect on all the exhib its that when several Inquisitive men wandered Into the exhibition and be- GOWK WORN BY MISS WHITE. held their wives take a fancy to the gowns with the many hundred buttons they fled In dismay. Tills style of gown is said to have met with success in Paris. If It be comes popular lu this country it will Berve to relegate Colonel Hooker to the background, for even with the most nimble lingers and with the aid of a button hook it takes over an hour to button tlie dress. Tho buttons begin at the neck and wander up and down, Anally ending with a flourish at tho end of the train. The particular gown with 500 buttons was made of Salonio silk. The Questi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 April 1909

Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF -About the County. KELLAM. April 21. Rev. Sir. Bmpleton, who held meetings on this charge last summer. Is to be our minister this year. The ten-weeks-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. TX. 3. Stalker, who has been very sick with whooping cough Is some better at this writing. We hope he Is on the road to recovery now. John D. Bailey is on the sick list. Mrs. George Young and son Floyd, who have been very sick with pneumonia, are able to sit up. Dr. Male is attending them. Charles Cole, who broke his arm Inst winter by getting In the way of a falling tree, had the misfor tune to fall and break It again In the same place. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stalker and son Arthur, spent last Sunday with friends at this place. Sheriff Braman and wife, of Honesdale. snent Saturday and Sunday at D. M. Stalker's. Miss Allle Allen, who has been spending some time at Barilla Kell- am's. has returned to her home In New York. Knapp Bros', three banks closed their doo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1909

j State Library J ulr 00 Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY 3 HONESDALB; WAYNE CO., PA., WENESDAY, APRIL 21, 1909. 66th YEAR. NO. 32 1' 1908 I LYNCHERSCO FIE Not Prosecuted For liana ing Four White Men. CRIME WITHOUT A PARALLEL. Mob of 100 Ilasked Men Storms Tail, Attacks Sheriff and Drags Prisoners to Execution. AUn, Okla., April 20. A lynching without a parallel In the history of this state took place when four white men who were charged with the mur der of A. A. Bobbltt, a well to do Btockman and former United States marshal, were taken from the county jail by a mob of about a hundred masked men and were put to death practically at tho threshold of the jail. The men who were lynched were J. B. Miller, who was awaiting trial on the charge of murdering the stockman, and B. Burwell, Jesce West and Joe Allen, bis alleged accomplices. A body of masked men approached the Jail and demanded entrance from Deputy Sheriff Bob Netcher. The ofll cer refused to open the gates, and with...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1909

LOCAL MATTERS. The Amity social club will on Thurs day, April 29th, at the Lyric theatre, present Clyde Fitch's great success, "BarbaraFrietchie, ThcFrederick Girl," under the personal direction of Eleanor Sears Dittrich, with one of the strong est local casts ever gotten together, in cluding, besides Mrs. Dittrich, Misses Margaret Eberhardt, Cornelia Beetz, Blanche Pearce, Mary Higgins, Messrs. Joseph Bodie, Jr., John Groner, John Boyd, Frank Truscott, and nineteen otliers. Special scenery has been se cured, so that the play will be presented as nearly like the original production as possible. The Amity club has the re putation of always doing things right, and the lovers of a good drama, well acted'and Maged, may be sure of such an entertainment at the Lyric on the '-'Mil. A new creamery is being built at Ledgedali' by creamcrynian l'hoasonton. He expects to have it in operation by the 1st of May. The date for the Montrose Bible Conference has been set for Aug. JJO-20. A number of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1909

LEST WE FORGET The Quaker Seedsmen of Long Ago, LEVI SHAW AND DOCTOR JONES The Waning Shaker Community How It Is Gradually Dying Out Necessary Young Blood not in Evidence. With the blue birds and robins, the the crocuses and tulips, the March breezes and April sho'wers of yearly re currence, old Honesdalers will remem ber the long gray coats and broad-brimmed hats of Levi Shaw and his brother, as harbingers ol spring. As regularly ns the season came and went, these smooth faced, mild-eyed, gentle-mannered rep resentatives of the New Lebanon Shaker Community, appeared on ,our streets, called from door to door on our mer chants of from thirty-to forty years ago, counted the garden seeds left over from the year's commission sale, took their pay for such packages as had been dis posed of, and left fresh boxes for the ensuing season's trade. Unlike the free seeds sent from Washington by Con gressmen and Senators as a reward to their constituents for support at the polls, and generally di...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1909

THE CITIZEN mumiD yBT mtpMiMUiY Ad fridat by, tiiz citizen ruBUsinso compact. Entered as second-class matter, at' thejpost office. Honesdala, Pa. K. B.nARDKNBEnoil. - PRESIDENT tT. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND 8KCY DIRECTORS. C. B. DORfLIKOKB. M. B. ALLEN. HXnSY WILROIf. E. B. llARDKNBKfcOU. w. yf. wood. SUBSCRIPTION : (1.60 A IfEAB. W ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APRIL, 21, 1009. Republican State Convention T the Republican Electors of Penn sylvania: I am directed by the Republican State Committee to announce that the Republicans of Pennsylvania, by their duly chosen representatives, will meet In convention at the Ha Jostle Theatre in the city of Har rlsburg, on Wednesday, June 16, 1909. at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating candl dates for the fallowing ofllces, to wit: Ouo person for the office of State Treasurer. One person for the office of Au 41tor General. One person for the office of Judge of the Supreme Court. Also for the transaction of Buch other business as may be present...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1909

- ..VM. 1.4) tiAVWtfp.lmCH'ASBDft quantity., at al most Dcwturnlture, we vlltiell the same at SiiJHIc said to the highest Wilder on Saturday, Atertl 17. 1809, at'lp.M., oVour livery barn. HonesdalePa, TbeBtockcomprisestwobed roQin suits. complete;' with spring and matt re; two Iron beds, with springs; one exten sion table, two solas, ten fancy rocking cbairat tnre heating stoves, one spring cot. one sew ing machine, about 60 yards Brussels carpet, oneliundred yards Incrnln' carpet, one hund-t , red. yard new rafcarpet.a lot ot pillows, bedding, dishes. Kitchen utensils,- nnd other things loo numerous to mention. Terms ot sate made known on day ot Bale. CiH. Cortt lights Son , 30el2 ? - BRIDGE BUILDERS. NOTICK.-Sealed b(ds (or tb&constructlon ot concrete floors on1 two bridges near K. II, Ledyard's, Mt. Pleas ant, will, be received at the County Com mlssloners' office uhtll 10 a. m.. Tuesday, May 4,1908. Plans on file at the commissioners' office, Tho Tight Is reserved to reject ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1909

SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS On the Sunday 8chool Lesson by Rev. Dr. Llnecott For tho In ternational Newspaper Bible Study Club. Cop7right, 1908, by Bev. T. S. Liiucott. D.D.) THE PRIZES. First Series A gold medal to each f the first five contestants. Second 8erles A silver medal to each of the next five contestants. Third 8erles A Teacher's Bible, price $5.50, 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, ere urged to take up these studies re gardless of the degree of their educa tion, as the papers are ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1909

V HUSSIANS PLAYING GAME OF DEATH Terribly Fascinating Forms Amusement Used by a Decadent Aristocracy. of THE "TIGER AND HUNT" A THRILL Six Shot In the Dark at Human Prey with Tinkling Bell About His Neck 8ulclde Clubs In Which Poisoned Goblets Are Used at a Feast. London. Playing blind man's buff "with death Is tho latest and most ter Tlbly fascinating form of amusement that tho long decadent Russian aris tocracy has como to Indulge in, ac cording to the St. Petersburg corre spondent of tho London Dally Mall. In ii cortaln clrclo of tho emplro's faHhlonnblu set men and women seem to havo gouo to tho last ditch of des peration In an effort to get a thrill of pleasure. The members of this circle tsuum to have becomo utterly jaded with all normal forms of pleasure and recreation and to have become bored with the attempt to sato abnormally developed appetites. In truth, this Bet has come to the brink of destruc tion and Is willingly Jumping into the grave. Strange clubs have been formed...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1909

T5S?S22H?S Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF -About the County. BETHANY. ArRiL 10th. Mrs. E. W. Gammell and daughter, Misa Ella, attended the Phillips concert in Honesdale, last Tues day evening. The T. I. 0. girls held a millinery so cial fpr their friends at the home of Edna Blake, last Wednesday "evening. The girls served a delicious lunch, and all liad a most enjoyable time. The funeral of Harold A. Dillemuth took place from the Methodist church, last Wednesday afternoon, ReV. W. B. Signor preaching a very comforting ser mon from the text, "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord." Six friends of the deceased acted as pall bearers. They were Joseph Clemo, Ernest Mills, Thomas Hoar, John Conbccre, Grant Collins and Wade Olver. The interment was made in the new addition to the Bethany cemetery. Mrs. John Ballou is suffering with the Rrip. Mrs. Leo I'aynter gave a rag bee to some friends last Friday evening. Mrs. S. Craig and little son, Joseph H., are spending...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1909

1 V" r r State Library J uly 09 MS "Semi-Weekly Founded! 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 66th YEAR. HONBSDALE.SWAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1909. NO. 33 Citectt Wayne County Organ I REPUBLICAN PARTY! COV. LILLEY DEAD. Connecticut's Chief Execu tive Unconscious at End. MINISTERS CALLED TOO LATE. lieutenant Governor Frank B. Weeks Becomes Head of Com monwealthBody lies In State at the Capitol. Hartford, Conn., April 22. Governor George Loavonsi Lilley died at the ex ecutive mnnslon here after battling with dlsense fprfour weeks. The end came peacefully, ns the pa tient did not regain consciousness from the coma In which he had Iain for many hours and which was the result of acute nephritis and Its attendant complications. There were at the bedside Mrs. George L. Lilley, the three sons Fred- GEORGE L. LILLEY. crick, John and Theodore Lilley Mrs. John A. Lilley and Dr. Graves and Dr. Beach, attendlug physicians. A few minutes before the end came Executive Secretary Goodwin tele phoned fo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1909

SCHOOL GROUNDS How the Girls and Boys Would Arrange Them. GREAT HINTS FROM LITTLE FOLKS Suggestions by the Children as to the Host Way to Make Tliem Attractive. Lactka V. Hawkex. I propose llrst, for the front yard, that there be a row of trees, about three; n cement walk In the center; on tho left side, flowers of all sorts, and the gardener to keep them nice; on the right, flowers, but have the girls of the brick building (in use now) take care of them. Detwcen tho Methodist church and the brick building, ivy planted would make it very pretty. It would bo rather dark between thero for other plants, and I don't think many other things would grow there. Where there is not nny flow ers I think it ought to have gravel. Thero should bo troughs, so when they are wntered, or It rains, the ground will not be too wet for the flowers or be soggy. There ought to be grass to the sidewalks. For the side towaras the old brick school there ought to be a place for croquet grounds for the girls, a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1909

KNAPP EXPLAINS Poor Judgment and Poor Management. WHERE THE THOUSANDS WENT. Head of Suspended Institutions Says He Alone Is to Blame. Charles Knapp, President of the de funct Binghamton Trust Co., has issued the following statement relative to the suspension of that bank, and the banks of Knapp Brothers at Callicoon and De posit: "The time has come to end this talk of who is to blame for the closing of the Knapp Brothers' Banks at Deposit and Callicoon, and to present some facts which will explain to any thinking per eon the true condition of affairs. "In the first place the Outing Pub' lishing Company has secured from the Knapp Brothers' Bank in Deposit more than $500,000. This immense sum has been advanced since the Outing Publish' ing Company came to Deposit, and there are records for every penny. "The first sum advanced to the Out ing Publishing Company was used for the purchase of $5,000 of the stock of the company. It unnecessary to do this to get the printing contract. For th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1909

THE CITIZEN TSBUSBKD xVntT WEOSISOAT ARD TEIDAT BY tux crnzra tvefSBttata covtun. Entered as second-class matter, at the.post o ill cc. Honesdale. Pa. X. B. HARDBNBBRQH. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY DIRECTOB8 : C. B. DOBrUNOEB. II. B. ALLEN. BKHBT WILSOlf . E. B. HABDENBKBOn. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION : $LeO A TEAS. IN ADVANCE FRIDAY APRIL, 23, 1909. Republican Stato Convention T the Republican Electors of Penn sylvania: ' I am directed by the Republican State Committee to announce that the Republicans of Pennsylvania, by their duly chosen representatives, trill meet in convention at the Ma jestic Theatre in the city of Har risburg, on Wednesday, June 16, 1909, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., 'for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the following offices, to wit: Ouo person for the office of State Treasurer. One person for the ofllce of Au ditor General. One person for the office of Judge of the Supreme Court. Also for the transaction of such other business as may be pr...

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