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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1909

itiicjt Seml-Wcckly Founded! ITUJIll. VVUIItf UlgUII Sjf 31 1908 of the $ REPUBLICAN PARTY I Weekly Founded, 1844 2 - S) 03 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNSEDAY, AUGUST 4, 1909. NO. 61. 8 TU W Alabama the First State to Favor Amendment. LOWER HOUSE IS UNANIMOUS. Senate Will Pass the Bill on Thurs day, and Governor Announces That He Will Sign It at Once. Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 3. Without a dissenting vote anil carried forward upon a wave of euthuslnsm, the bill to ratify the Income tax amendment to the constitution of tho United States passed the house, the lower brauch of the legislature. The bill went Immediately to the senate, which will pass It unanimous ly on Thursday, and It will go direct to Governor Comer, who declares that he will sign the measure without de lay. Governor Comer Is most anxious that Alabama shall have the distinction of being the first state In the Union to go on record In favor of the amend-1 mont which will euablc the national government to enact...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1909

tiie citizkn, Wednesday, august 4, 1000. WAYS WOMEN HAVE "My wife Horn." said Cnjoncs tho other day at lunch to his friend Ker amlth, "Is n hummer. She's taken tno to tho museum. I'm a regular art rrltic now. I'm thinking of getting out a certificate in that line and hanging It up over my desk." "It would look funny along with tho other things you've got hanging there," said Kersmlth. "Ilut tell mo nhout your time." "Well, it was this way," began Ca jones. "Last Sunday afternoon Hern says to nio, 'George, I want you H go out to tho art museum with mo this afternoon.' '"For heaven's sake,' says I, 'what for?' " 'What for?' she repeated Just like an echo. 'Why, to soo art and pic tures and statuary and so come under tho ennobling inllueuces of tho ideal and tho beautiful.' "'Go way,' says I in disgust. 'I'm going to read tho paper, and then I'm going downtown.' " 'George Cajoncs.' she says, straight ening herself up and looking at mo square, 'you will go out to tho art museum with me ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1909

TIIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1000. optimist vs. pessimist. The following from the Progress Magazine Is worth your perusal: "The optimist lives under a clear sky; the pessimist lives In a fog. The pessimist Is confused; ho hardly knows where to go, what to do or how to act; the optimist is In tune discerns distinctly the onward patn with tho harmonies of nature and that lies before him. The pessimist hesitates, and loses both time and opportunity; the optimist makes the best use of everything now, and builds himself up, steadily and sure ly, until all adversity is overcome and the object in view realized. The pessimist curbs his enegies and concentrates his whole attention upon failure; the optimist gives all his thought and power to the attain ment of success, and arouses his faculties and forces to the highest point of efficiency. The pessimist waits for better times, and expects to keep on waiting; the optimist goes to work with the best that Is at hand now, and proceeds to ...

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

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1000. THE CITIZEN rUBLIBIlED EVERT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN FUBLIBMINQ COMPANY Entered as second-class matter, at the post' , otllce. Honesdalo. Pa. E. B. HAHDENBERGH. - PHESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: o. n. dorflinqer. M. n. ALLEN. E. I). HARDENBERQH. BENRY WILSON. W. W. WOOD, SOBSCKIPTION: $1.50 A year, in advance WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1000. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. JUSTICE OP THE SUPREME COURT Judge Robert Von Moschzlsker, of Philadelphia. AUDITOR GENERAL, A. E. SISSON, of Erie. STATE TREASURER, Jeremiah A. Stobcr, of Lancaster. JURY COMMISSIONER, . II. Bullock. If Dun's Review is authority, Prosperity is still galloping over this country at a rapid gait. Give her her head! Senator Penrose and Representa tive Dalzell were the two Pennsyl vania staternen who were honored with places at the dinner given by President Taft to the tariff confer--ees. There were sixteen others. Edward Cardin, of Brooklyn, has become twice ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1000. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN DINING Koom Girl Wanted. Apply at Hotel Wayne. , WORK HOUSE for sale, cheap, "or exchange for cattle or sheep. H. D. Olver, Beach Lake, Pa. It. WANTED Girls In washroom. T. B. Clark & Co., Inc. 60tf SALESMAN WANTED A com petent salesman to handle a splendid proposition as salesman in Hones dale and Wayne county. None but one with a large acquaintance need apply. Call or write. 309 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa. AUCTION SALE On the prem ises on Saturday, Aug. 7th, 1909, 1 will sell to the highest bidder my farm of 85 acres with house, barn, and all improvements, at Tallman Ville, Pa. Terms one-third cash, balance secured by C per cent, mortgage, length of time to suit purchaser. Sale to begin at 1 p. m. O. & W. train arrives at Win wood at 12:19 p. m. Carriages to Talamsville. A. B. Tallman. G0t2 BRIDGE BUILDERS Bids for the construction of guard walls to the county bridge at Beach Lake will be received by the County Com...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1909

1KB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1000. HINTS FOB FARMERS Harvesting Pea Crops. When peas arc harvested by swine they are not usually turned tin to the crop until the peas are ripe, but some times they nro put In a little sooner. This can only bo done where rain sel dom falls after the peas are ripe; oth erwise the rain would sprout the peas and would therefore lessen their value for feeding. This Is a very easy way of harvesting peas, but It means the loss of the vines for feeding uses. When peas are harvested by sheep and Iambs this also can only be done where rain seldom falls after the peas are ripe and until they are consumed. The sheep consume much of the straw as well as the grain. A field thus har Tested looks much like a bare fallow, 80 fully is the crop consumed. The peas that may shatter can be gathered tip later by swine. On the plateaus of the Rocky mountains sheep are fre quently thus fattened. Orange Judd Farmer. f sj." Farm Wisdom. Filthy stables make bad air, and ba...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1909

V THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1000. The Simple Villaga Belli. Bho is a simple village belle Whom we, perforce, admire. No splendid effort to be "swell" Is shown In her attire. Her shirt waist Is both neat and white. Sho wears a flowered bonnet. In olden times so fair a sight Would have Inspired a sonnet. Sho strolls along unconscious that By all she la adored. What think you If I tell you flat She's here for summer board; That, though attired with slmplcness, Expert dressmaking scholars Assert her unassuming dress Cost Just two hundred dollars? Wilbur D. Nosblt in Judge. 8tood Up For Him. Dolan So Casey was runnln me down an' yo stood up for mo? Callahan 01 did. 01 scz to him, "Casey," sez 01, "yo're honest an' truthful an yo're uo coward, an' ye work hard an pay yer dlhts, an' ye don't git drunk an' lick ycr woife, but In other respects yo're no better than Dolan!" Human Life. The Vain Mosquito. Said the July mad mosquito As he hummed the way along: "I wonder why tho mocking ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 August 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1009. VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents WHITE'S VALLEY. The neighbors made Mrs. Richard McGraw's heart Bind on Friday by turning In and cutting her hay and putting It In the bnrn. The rumor is that Mrs. McGraw expects to leave her farm in the fall. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bryant, on July 22, a daughter. Mrs. Kate Squire having spent some time among friends here, re turned to her home at Waymart on Saturday. Messrs. Horace Gail ami Fred "White and Mr. G. N. Bonham at tended the funeral of Mr. Squires, nt Peckville on Tuesday. Now telephones have recently been placed in the homes of Mrs. Kelley, George ('lift, and YV. 11. Fitze. Mrs. Cal. Bonham and daughter, Esther, returned to their home In Carbondale after spending two weeks with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Mead, Win. Glover and Charles Bonham were among the visitors at Farvlew, July 24th. Mrs. Walter Lak, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1909

Ik Scml-Weekly Founded! S Wayne County Organ ... 1908 or the REPUBLICAN PARTY Weekly Founded, 1844 tl 66th YEAR. HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1909. NO. 62 9k SERENE Says Tariff Report Will Be Approved Today, CHIEF OPPONENTS PLACATED. leaders Expect That the Bill Will Pass Both Houses and Be Sign ed by President Taft Tomorrow. Washington, Aug. 5. "The report of the conference committee on Uio tariff ,-blll will bo adopted by the senate by n safe majority before tonight," said Senator Aldrich today. The finance committee chairman seemed serene nnd happy over his as sured triumph. lie told his friends that the chief opponents of the tariff compromise had been placated and that the radical Insurgents were pow erloss to prevent the adoption of the report Republican leaders confidently ex pect that the tariff bill will be finally passed by both house and senate and signed by President Taft tomorrow. The senate chamber was the center of Interest, nearly every member being...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1000. BAD DAY FOR THAW WOMAN SAVES FIVE GIHIS. Three Experts Declare He Is a Paranoiac. DANGEROUS TO SET HIM FREE. Dr. Austin Flint Says That There Is No Hope of Recovery For Slayer. White Mains, X. Y., Auk. 4.-I)r. Austin Flint, Dr. William Illrsch anil Dr. Amos T. linker, three of those medical men known as alienists, who have become such a familiar part of modem criminal court procedure, united In the supreme court to make it unpleasant for Harry K. Thaw, who killed Stanford White, was adjudged insane, hut now demands his release from the Matteawan as.vltun as a men tally normal man. All three test tiled that ho was Insane and beyond hope of recovery. Mr. Jerome read portions of the hypothetical question. What he read DK. AUSTIN FLINT, took in the Longfellow letter and the rambling communications found in the Tombs, as well as the Thaw family history. Thou District Attorney Jerome asked the witness to consider, besides the facts, the twenty-four pag...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1909

TIIE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1000. "A TRAMP ABROAD." Interesting Letter from Mr. August J. Rchbein. (Continued.) We left Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday evening at 10:45, and arrived at Portland, Oregon, Thurs day morning at 7 o'clock. After breakfast wo went to the Tllford building, where we met Mr. and Mrs. William McClure, who are In business here, and their neice, Miss Lllabelle Finger, friends of ours from the Hudson River Valley, N. Y. We owe many thanks to these people for their generous and kind treatment to us while in their city. Mr. McClure and Miss Finger gave us their time for the whole day, and in that period, with the aid of an automobile ride, and several street car trips wo were able to see and form a very good idea of the City of Portland. At Council Crest, a twenty minute trolley ride from the heart of Port land, we were twelve hundred feet above the city. It was a clear, bright day, and here a panorama was unfolded, embracing the City of Portland, Oregon Cit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1000. THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rDHI.IPHI.NO COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at thepost oUlce. Honesdale. l'n. S. B.HARDEN11EKGII. - - PHESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: 0. d. dorflinuer. m. b. allen, henry Wilson. r.. n. iiardenheroii. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 a year, in advance FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1000. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT ,. Judge Robert Von Mosc'izisker, of Philadelphia. AUDITOR GENERAL, A. E. SISSON, ; of Erie. STATE TREASURER, Jeremiah A. Stober, of Lancaster. JURY COMMISSIONER, . II. Bullock. The cotton crop, tu.s year, is, it is stated, very poor. So light, we understand, that prices will un doubtedly advance in goods made of that material. Therefore Massachusetts in the vicinity of North Falmouth, is burning up. Forest fires near that place have destroyed over 1100.000 worth of property and several village are threatened with destruction. Now...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1909

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, AUGUST 0, 1000. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN freioieiomemeiaieieaai DINING Room Girl Wanted. Apply at Hotel Wayne. SALESMAN WANTED A com petent salesman to handle a splendid proposition as salesman in Hones dale and Wayne county. None but one with a large acquaintance neea apply. Call or write. 309 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa. AUCTION SALE On the prem ises on Saturday, Aug. 7th, 1009, 1 will sell to the highest bidder my farm of 85 acres with house, barn, and all improvements, at Tallman vllle, Pa. Terms one-third cash, balance secured by G per cent, mortgage, length of time to suit purchaser. Sale to begin at 1 p. m. O. & W. train arrives at Win wood at 12:19 p. m. Carriages to Tallmanvllle. A. B. Tallman. 60t2 ItOAIU) WANTED Office man, neat and orderly, desires board and lodging with private family. Address XT., Citizen office. FOR SALE Lady's bicycle, Iver Johnson make; good order, cheap. Inquire Citizen office. 57tf. BRAMAX has some splendid na tive and western ...

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

TEE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1000. TIFFJpCT. Hide and Leather Schedule to Be Corrected. REDUCED DUTIES ON ALL SHOES Opposition to Conference Report Col lapses, and Final Vote Is to Be Taken In the Senate Tomorrow. Washington, Aug. -1. The complete collapse of all Important opposition to the conference report on the tariff bill was evidenced when the senate agreed to vote on that measure at 2 o'clock tomorrow. This was caused by an agreement on the part of the western senators to vote upon the conference report and to correct the hide and leather schedule by means of a con current resolution to be acted upon separately. The form of the concurrent resolu tion was agreed upon in an Informal conference in Senator Aldrich's com mittee room. Instructions are given by this resolution to the enrolling clerks of the senate and house to change the language of the proviso re ducing duties on boots and shoes and harness. The change will make dutiable at 10 per cent "hoots and shoes, the upper...

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

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1000. THE YELLOW GOURD BANK The Riches It Received at the Cost of a Great Sacrifice. By FRANK H. SWEET. fCopyrlght, 1903, by American Press Asso ciation. "Nick," said Mr. Jim Conway, in terrupting tbo tuno lie was whistling to address the man who rode beside him, "I hain't felt so much like a boy In years!" "Nor me either," returned Mr. Nich olas NIckerson, nlso breaking off in the midst of a whistled tuue. "I feel like I'd Jest broke out of a cage." They were rough bearded, carelessly dressed men with sun browned faces and toil hardened hands, but they wore as happy as kings In purple nnd line linen. They were going borne. For almost one-half their lives they bad called wherever they happened to be In the west "home," but now tlicy were on their way back to tbo placo where they were born. "Queer," said Conway slowly, "that the longer n man stays away from tho old homo neighborhood the better bo likes It. When I left it I was so tired of them simple ol...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 August 1909

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAY, AUGUST 0, 1000. Pi 1 11 LAKEV1LLE. Newal McKane, of Hoadlcy, is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. David Wise is the guest of Mar cus Kllllam, of this place. Miss Maine Evan nnd Miss Eliza beth Jones returned to their homes at Scranton, after a month's vaca tion at the "Iteusamont." Mr. and Mrs. Mlnigan, of Brook lyn, are spending their vacation at A. Gobies'. Mary Schrader, of Leclgedale, spent a few days at A. Coble's re cently. The Lakevllle ball team played some of Scranton's college boys on Sunday. Score was 13 to 2 in the home team's favor. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wood ward, of Adella, spent Sunday re cently with Mr. and Airs. J. X. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy spent Sunday with Mrs. E. C. Mur phy of this place. H. F. Ilanoy is seriously ill at his home at this place. The last report is that ho Is a trifle better. Aug. 2, 11)09. BETHANY. Wednesday was a perfect day for an outdoor festa, and all who at tended .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faatz'...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1909

I. 4 t. 'v . .v . ;r .u ' -.-t , -- i r;-' V Wayne County Organ $ of the 8 Rro JBLICAN PARTY! 3 1-5 V 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1909. NO. 63 as semi-wecKiy rcwritfed as Weekly Founded, 144 i i" I STRAHCLER'S DEED Seventeen-year-old Girl Is Murdered In Cemetery. BURIED IN NEWLY DUG GRAVE. Hiss Annie Schumacher Had Gone With Choice Flowers and Plants to Decorate the Family Plot. Rochester, N. V.. Auk. 10. The po lice have a moat mysterious nnd baf fling mystery on their hands in the murder of pretty Miss Annie Sehu mnchnr, sevontcen years old, whose body wns found In a lonely spot In Holy Sopulcher cemetery. The girl had been strangled and than beaten with a henry stono, which was found by hor hoad. The slayer nfter the murder had dug a grave and burled his victim. The spade which was used to bury the girl was Identified as having been stolen from a cow barn of St. Ber nard's seminary, near the scene of the murder. That the victim fought desperntely for ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1909

XinS CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1000. WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Tho Evnus National gallery collec tion of American paintings has been removed from the Corcoran Gallery of Art to the National museum, where It Is now on exhibition. This will be a real, boon to many, us the Corcoran gallery Is closed from the 1st of July to the 1st of October, and the National puseum Is open all the year. An Interesting Art Exhibit. I Itarely Indeed Is so Interesting and meritorious an cxhlblltlon of art to bo seen at this seuson as will now be found in the improvised picture gal lery at the National museum. The paintings comprised In the Evans col lection never appeared at better ad vantage, and their charm Is enhanced by being shown in conjunction with the collections of textiles, laces, Ivories and onouicls set forth In the same hall. The pictures have b'jen bung on the Foutb and west walls and on the three large screens which literally divide the hall Into four small galleries. W...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1909

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1000. Interesting, if !Erno Funny, Any how. . Do you believe It Is bad luck to kill a cat? Do .you think .your hair will grow better IX you have It cut when the moon Js full? Do you dread sitting down at table with twelve others? If you put your night robo on wrong side out, do you think that a good occasion to wish? If you do, or If .you have any one of the thousand other superstitions that have ever been heard of, you are not alone in your belief. Pro fessor F. B. Dresslar, who has Just left the University of California for the University of Alabama, finished before he went away a series of ex periments In which he put such ques tions as these to 875 students in Callfornlal normal schools. These 875 made 3,225 confessions of be lief In different superstitions. Of the students questioned about 80 per cent, were girls, but Profes sor Dresslar says tne men oeneveu In superstitions just about as much as the women did. All kinds of superstitions were ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 August 1909

THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rUBUBIIINO COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post office. Ilonesdale. Pa. JC. B. HARDKNBEItGH, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: c. h. dorflinoeb. m. b. allen, henry wilson. e. b. iiardeni1ergii. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 a year, in advance WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1009. HEPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT Judge Robert Von Moschzlskcr, of Philadelphia. AUDITOR GENEKAL, 5 A. E. SISSON, ) . of Erie. 5. STATE TREASURER, Jeremiah A. Stober, of Lancaster. JUKY COMMISSIONER, . II. Bullock. The dispatches tell us that nine teen savages, from New Zealand are visiting New York City. They probably are not a bit lonesome. The Democratic platform, we notice, declares for "liberal pen sions for survivors of the late civil war." Then the soldiers are not "government paupers," any more? It has been discovered by . the State Department that Pennsylvania has 33,705 teachers and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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