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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH ax, igi3-
Soml-Woekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1844.
Published Wednesdays and Fridays by the Citizen Publishing Company.
Entered as second-class matter attho postofllce, Honesdale, Pa.
E. B. IIARDENBERGH PRESIDENT
H. C. VAN ALSTVNE and E. B. CALLAWAY MANAGING EDITORS
FRANK P. WOODWARD ADVERTISING MANAGER
AND FEATURE WRITER.
C. n DOBFLIKQKR. M. B. ALLEN, E. B. HAKDENBKRfln .
W. W. WOOD
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FRIDAY, MAKCH 31, 1013.
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY.
Most glorious IatA of Lyfel that, on this day;
Didst make Thy triumph over death nnd sin,
And, havlni; harrowed hell, didst brine away
Captivity thence captive, us to win:
This Joyous day, dearo Lord, with ioy begin:
And grant that we, lor whom thou dlddest
Belmpwlth thy dearo blood clcne washed
May live lor ever in felicity!
And that Thy love we weighing worthily.
May likewise love Thee for the same ngnine:
And for Thy sake, that nil lyke deare didst
WIUiUfove may one another entertayncl
So let us love, deare Love, lyke as wo ought.
Love Is tho lesson which the Lord us
HOW ABOUT YOUR BOY?
What is your boy doing? Where
does he spend his evenings. Is he
kept safe within the limits of his
home, or do you allow him to run
the streets, mingling with whom ho
will? Are you acquainted with his
habits? What does ho read?'
"And the third day Ho rose again,
according to the Scriptures."
Tho Easter message is one of new
life, beauty and glory. The day the
Nation celebrates the risen 'Lord is
one of great rejoicing.
"Exalted high at God's right hand,
Tho Lord of all below,
Through Him is pardoning love dis
pensed, And boundless blessings flow."
The Citizen hopes its readers and
subscribers will enjoy Easter in the
fullest sense of the word. It extends
to all the Season's greetings.
Tho management of The Citizen
takes pleasure in presenting to its
patrons this Easter edition of the
Tho "Easter Messago" is present
ed to our readers in a most enter
taining manner. Tho stories are all
well written, beautifully illustrated,
and appropriate for the season.
Aside from a literary standpoint our
advertisers have an "Easter Mes
sage" which appeals to you. Their
advertisements are written in a
catchy manner, concise and to tho
point. They tell you what .tliey
have to offer and in a way that can
not help but convince you that they
have some .Easter articles for sale
which you want to purchase.
IN THE SENATE.
Senator Penrose, like about 20
other Republican Senators of long
service, was given a chairmanship
that of the Committee on Additional
Accommodations for the Congres
sional Library. Senator Penrose also
remains on Finance, Immigration,
.post unices ana Naval Affairs.
Senator Oliver was not one of the
Republicans given a minority chair
manship, owing to his comparatively
brief service in tho Senate. But he
retains membership on several 1m
portant committees, including Appro
priations, Canadian Relations, Indus
trial, Expositions, Interstate Com
merce and Privileges and Elections.
PROF. SURFACE HERE FRIDAY.
Everything is in readiness for tho
reception of Professor H. A. Sur
face, State Zoologist, of Harrisburg,
,n,i w T t.owIh. nf Plttaton. Both
of those gentlemen come to Hones
dale, to-day, (Friday), March 21,
to assist In organizing tho Wayno
County Agricultural Society. They
will also give instructive talks dur
ing the day, which consists of two
sessions, morning and afternoon.
Tho program outlined in our last
Issue will be observed as close as
possible. It is subject to changes,
however. Professor Surface is con
sidered tho best authority in tho
state of Pennsylvania upon horticul
tural and agricultural matters and
the coming of a man of hlB standing
into Honesdale is a drawing card
that ought to fill every seat in the
court house. Mr. Lewis, who is con
sidered one of the best orchardists
In the East will present to the farm
ers of Wayne county something that
will be worth coming miles to hear.
The apples from his farm near
Louisiana, northwest and in fact all
over the United States.
All interested in fruit growing or
soil culture are requested to attend
the sessions to De nem in tue court
house on Friday of this week. There
will be something new presented and
it will be given in a bright and in
telligent manner. Tho meeting is
free and it should be largely attend
ed. It is expected that tho society will
lm nrpnnhpfl tvlHi nvp.r 100 mem-.
hers. Considerable credit is due W.
H. Bullock and his corps or excellent
helpers for tho preliminary work
in making possible the organization
of the Wayne County Agricultural
Way mart, March 20.
Everything in this vicinity looks
springlike, as sap making seems to
bo tho feature of the day.
Our roads are being repaired un
der the direct supervision of Richard
J. T. Burnett, who has been seri
ously ill with pneumonia, is able to
be around again.
Mrs. Wm. Arnold, who has been
slightly indisposed, at this writing
Is much Improved.
C. Frank Burnett and wife, of
Carbondale, called on friends in this
Wm. Sheehey is on tho sick list.
Mrs. C. E. Moylan has a slight at
tack of lumbago.
WE kelcome YOU as wo
welcome tho glorious
spring time. Make
your hanking account
grow larger as the days
grow longer for your
happiness depends much
on prosperity: prosperity
hinges greatly on Progress; and Pro
gress is largely a matter of Saving.
Thouchtfulness In making expen
ditures; Carefulness in keeping a rec
ord of them by means of a Checking
account, and Diligence in putting
your surplus earnings in an Interest
bearing Savings account bring Pros
perity and its attendant Happiness
much nearer to you.
We welcome your accounts. -Our
every Department is open to you to
serve you Promptly, Carefully and
Absolute Security at all times and
a continual growth our watchword.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK,
Corner Main and Tenth Streets.
S. T. Hani Gunrnntecs
'Easter Is a time for rejoicing,
therefore your team of horses would
rejoice If you presented them with
a now set of harness or a pair of our
excellent quality blankets.
I have been In the harness busi
ness forty years and when I recom
mend a set of harness to a customer
I know tho quality of the leather
used in its manufacture. True, you
can buy cheap harness, but in tho
long run a bettor grade harness is
cheaper in the end. You save money
by buying quality harnesses. Every
set of harness gold, by me Is guaran
teed.' ' S.rT.' Ham, near State bridge.
Grace Episcopal church, Thurs
day, March 20, 7:30 p. m., Holy
Communion service commemorative
of the Last Supper in tho Upper
Good Friday, March 21, morning
prayer, 10:30; three-hour service of
the seven words, 12 M.; Evening
prayer and Sermon at 7:30.
Easter Even, Saturday, March 22,
Holy Baptism at 4:15 p. m.
Rev. A. L. Whittaker will hold a
Communion Service at White Mills
on 'Easter morning at 8:30. There
will be special music.
Christ Church, (Indian Orchard,
Easter Day, 2:30 p. m., Rev. A. L.
Whittaker will hold service. There
will bo a special program of Easter
music. Sunday school as usual, at
1:30 p. m.
Edward Bird, aged about G years,
a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bird, Is
seriously ill with scarlet fever. His
father is indisposed with lagrlppe.
Erdmaq Fetherman is spending a
few drfys at tho Pennsylvania State
College and Is especially Interested
in creamery work.
Leo Graser returned to his home
on Saturday from Gouldsboro where
he has been In the employ of the
North Jersey. Ice plant and helped
take care of the horses.
(Newfoundland creamery, Frank
Fetherman proprietor, paid $1.80
per hundred pounds for milk deliver
ed to the creamery in the month of
George Bartleson is arranging to
start his saw mill this week on the
J. P. Eck lumber tract, where he has
put in quite a stock of hard wood
Public roads in this locality are in
a deplorable condition and in some
places they are almost impassable
on account of frequent rains and
warm weather. Plenty of mud and
Those interested in making maple
syrup have had several days of good
sap runs and were obliged to bo on
the job, early and late.
Invitations are out announcing the
woddlng of Miss Maurice C. Hause to
Maurice W. Gilpin, to take place at
11 a. m, March 26, at the residence
of the bride s parents, Mr. and Mrs,
J. W. Hause.
Mrs. J. W. Kerr has a hen that laid
threo eggs in three successive days
that weighed ten ounces.
Hero Aro Reasons Why Tho
Honesdnlo National Bank Succeeds.
Readers of The Citizen have not
ed, doubtless, the unique advertise
ment tho Honesdale National Bank
has recently been running in its col
umns. If they have missed it, turn
to it right away and look it over.
The object of tho advertisement Is
to give a llttlo object lesson that is
calculated to show what has led to
that famous old banking institution's
remarkable success. Here aro the
Years of Experience. That bank
was started In 1S3G, when Hones
dale was only nine years old. In all
of these 77 years the bank has al
ways been growing, and has never
had a "sick" day. There is experi
ence, for you.
Security of Funds. The Hones
dalo National has tho whole United
States back of it. Could more se
curity possibly bo offered?
Soundness of Principle. Tho very
foundation of tho Honesdale Na
tional Bank is tho bed-rock of Integ
rity and a practical application of
the " golden rule." This foundation
is sometimes called " a square deal
Safety of Investment. Conserva
tism has been in the past a marked
characteristic of the Honesdale Na
tional Bank. A past record of 77
years surely points to a continuance
along that lino.
Liberality or Treatment, People
who begin to do business with the
Honesdale National Bank always go
right along with that Institution.
They never have anything to com
plain about. That is the reason.
Economy of Management. This
is a lino that means that tho Bank
has a truo sense of the moral re
sponsibility that rests upon it as tho
custodian of tho monoy of so vast a
number of Wayne County people.
On such lines as these is it any
wonder that the 'Honesdale National
Bank is so popular and so successful?
Easter Attractions Ladles' nock
wear, corsets, corset covers, auto
veils and a beautiful line of trimmed
hats for spring and summer at Kate
Givo Full Vnluo
for your money when you trade at
their store. When they sell you a
suit of clothes, gents' furnishing
goods or an overcoat, they do so
with the expectation that you will re
turn when in need again. They be
lieve In quick sales and small profits
and If you need anything in Men's
and Children's Suits, Gents' furnish
ings, fancy hats, etc., you will find
it to your advantage to deal with
them. (Make it a point to shop
around a bit before coming to them
to buy clothing. In that way the
comparisons you mako will show you
why so many people prefer this store.
The more closely their stock of
clothing and gents' furnishings is
examined tho moro surely its high
quality and fair price will appeal to
you. A high price doesn't always
mean a corresponding high quality
and many so called bargains aro bar
gains in name only. This is a point
to remember. Their Easter lino Is
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Whereas, on tho evening of Mon
day, March third, tho messenger of
death passed our sentinel and invad
ed our Post, and summoned from
his post of duty our Commander,
Henry Wilson; and whoreas, as we
shall never again enjoy his genial
comradeship and wise counsel. Al
ways a leader and willing worker
in the Grand Army, we mourn his
departuro, and his memory will ever
bo fresh In our hearts. Theroforo
Resolved, that It is with sorrow
wo thus part with our Commander,
but bow in humble submission to the
"Grand Commander," who "dooth all
Resolved, That tho sympathy of
this Post be extended to the sorrow
ing relatives, and in token of our
sincere friendship for ono who was
ono of Nature's noblemen. "His life
was gentle, and tho elements so mix
ed in him, that nature might stand
up and say to all tho world this was
a man." Furthermore
Resolvod, That these' resolutions
be placed upon tho minutes, and the
colors bo draped for thirty days.
Captain James Ifam post, Q, A. It.
Pell, the Druggist,
Sells Quality Easter Goods.
Every article in the Quality Store
bears the high mark of quality
Since being in business the proprie
tor has endeavored to impress upon
the public the absolute necessity and
value of purchasing quality goods,
As a consequence the patrons of the
Quality Store have been educated to
this fact and now when Quality Store
is mentioned the name of its progres
sive ana enterprising proprietor,
Fell, the druggist, is linked with it.
The Quality Store has a fine and
varied line of appropriate Easter
packages. Some are in the form of
Fobs' delicious quality chocolates, in
different size boxes, and by tho way
are especially attractive Just now.
An appropriate Easter gift would
be a bottle of perfume. The Quality
Store has a fine line of delicate
odors, all pleasing to the olfactory
nerves, and also to the pockethook
They consist of the best on the mar
Easter would not bo complete
without a few Easter post cards
Tho Quality Store's selection is beau
STALKER AND BRAMAN.
Stalker and Braman, Mar. 19.
Next Sunday is the last nreachlng
we have until after conferepce.
March lli th tho Sunday school met
at the homo of Mrs. Mary White.
Frank Raunor of Susquehanna.
visited his parents one day last week.
The Ladies' Aid society at Mrs.
Charles Cargin's was well attended
and the proceeds about four dollars.
Many thanks to George Inken, of
Brooklyn, owner of tho creamery.
who presented them with $5.00, mak
ing the amount about $9.00.
Mrs. Lydia Colo and Frank Cole,
who have been under tho doctor's
care for the last few days, are a lit
tle better at this writing.
Edna Rauner is expected homo
this week, having spent aotno time
with her sister at Port Jorvis.
'Lizzie Mincklor, who has been sick
for tho past four weeks, Is not gain
ing as fast as her friends wish, being
unable to sit up only a 'few minutes
at a time.
Mrs. Barbara Adams, Mrs. Henry
Adams and Mrs. Grant Caffery at
tended tho Aid society last Thursday.
Coo Young contemplates placing a
milking machine in his barn. Ho ex
pects soon to visit a farm with the
agent where one is now being used.
There will be a variety supper
held in tho little hall at Stalker this
Friday night. A cordial invitation
choir, assisted by Miss Murphy of
Jormyn, which was enjoyed.
William Fltzo and daughter, Anna,
visited tho former's sister, iMrs. Eliza
beth Horton, who is seriously 111 at
Jermyn, last week.
Nelson Crossman, who rccontly
spent a few days hero with his par
ents, left Friday for Scranton, accom
panied by his mothor, Mrs. S. P.
Crossman and Fay Crossman, who
was taken Monday to tho 'Hahne
mann hospital suffering with appen
dicitis. Mrs. Charles Bonham and son
spent tho week-end with friends at
Miss Ina Crossman is visiting her,
sister, Mrs. Truman Bryant, at Al-denville.
Yo Hungry Pcoplo Attention.
Como and eat a fine Supper at tho
Baptist Chapel, Thursday, March 27.
All good things of the season will bo
served. First table at 5:30. Price
40 c. Home-mado candy and aprons
will be on sale.
MAKE PIMPLES GO
Remarkable How Zcmo Clears tho
Faco of Pimples and All Other
With tho finger tips apply a llttlo
Zemo to tho skin, then 6eo tho pim
ples and blackheads vanish. Zemo is1
a liquid, not a smear, leaves no trace,
just simply sinks In and does the
work. You will bo astonished to
find how quickly eczema, rash, dan
druff, itch, liver spots, salt rheum,
and all other skin diseases aro cured.
Zemo Is put up by tho E, W. Roso
Midiclne Co., 'St. Louis, Mo and la
regularly sold by all druggists at $1'
for the large bottles, but you can.
get a liberal size trial bottlo for only
25 cents. And this trial bottle Is
guaranteed. You surely will find
Zemo a wonder. Get a bottlo now
from A. M. Lelne, Honesdale, Pa.
It will bo a pleasure to you to
examine Menner & Co.'s Spring line
of separate coats. 22eol4
Whites Valley, March 20.
Wm. Bryant, who has completed a
course at State College, Is spending
a few weeks with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Bryant.
Mrs. Harriet Martin and son aro
visiting relatives in Forest City.
D. E. Hacker, who has had a re
lapse of the grip, Is again convalesc
ing. Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings have
returned homo after an extended
visit with Carbondale and Dunmoro
Monday evening an appreciative
"audience listened to an able dis
course by the Rev. 'Father McCarty
of Pleasant Mount on his trip to the
Holy Land and travels abroad. Music
was furnished by the Pleasant Mount
MAN GETS A
After trying to enjoy life for years
with a no good stomach he gets wise.
"I was bothered for years with
stomach trouble and gastritis. Food
laid like lead in my stomach and
fermented, forming gas. This caus
ed a pressuro on my heart, so that
I choked and gasped for breath. I
thought my time had come. MI-O-NA
cured me after I had doctored
without success." Wm. V. Math
ews, Bloomington, Ind.
Call it Gastritis, Catarrh of tho
Stomach, Indigestion or Dyspepsia;
it matters not. MI-O-NA Stomach
Tablets will drive out all the misery
and give you practically a now, clean,
willing-to-work stomach or G. W.
IRell, the druggist, will refund the
' That's honorable, isn't 'it? So if
you want to get rid of your sour,
gassy, heavy, stupid, irresponsible
stomach get a 50-cent box today.
for Men and Boys
In the selection of our Easter apparel we
took special effort to bring together a line that
would please our customers. Upon inspection
you will agree that our complete display of
will sustain our slogan of
Mrs. Riefler is spending several
weeks in Hancock.
Millard Lord was a business caller
In Honesdale recently.
C. E. Woodmansee lost a very
valuable cow Wednesday.
The 'Equlnunk base ball club met
Wednesday evening to organize for
the coming season. Dr. F. C. Fris
blo was elected president; J, W. Far
ley treasurer; C. E. Woodmansee
manager; and Thomas Cuddihe captain.
Mnrvin's, tho Florist.
What is Easter without flowers?
Not very bright it is certain. Your
homo can be made much moro cheer
ful by having some of the season's
offering. A few suggestions: Easter
lilies, tulips, jonquils, hyacinths,
carnations, hydrangeas, clnerarles,
roso bushes and cut flowers, all
kinds of greens.
THE Commissioners of Wayne
County will recolvo bids up to
two o'clock P. M Tuesday, April 1,
1913, for building of abutments for
foot bridge across tho Lackawaxen
River in the Borough of Honesdale,
Pa. Plans and specifications can bo
seen at the Commissioners' ofllce.
They will also receive plans, and bids
tor Duuaing said bridge at same
time. Dimensions of bridge may be
had at tho Commissioners' ofllce.
Tho commissioners reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
T, Y. Boyd, CJerk,
Hose Co. No. 1 Concert and Ball
Starts 8:15 Monday Evening at the Armory. Our sale will start early
in the morning at 7:30 and finish in the evening at 7 o'clock.
our stop wii i 01 o5i? sharp 7 O'clock I
to give all hands opportunity to attend the Firemen's Ball, Monday,
IVIonclay3 March 24
Best Granulated Sugar, 25 lb. bag, $1.20.
Karo Corn Syrup, 10 lb. pail, 50c val 42c.
Karo Corn Syrup, 5 lb. pail, 25c val 21c.
Karo Corn Syrup, 2 lb. pail, 10c val., 8c.
Famous White Rose Coffee, 35c val., 32c lb.
Royal Baking Powder, Pound Cans, special, 41c
D. A. R. Brand Salmon, tall cans, 18c val., 15c
Old Dutch Cleanser, 10c val,, 8c can.
Snow Boy Wash Powder, 5c val., 4c package.
Fresh Pretzels, 15c val., 12c lb.
Full Cream Cheese, 23c val., 21c lb.
OTHER DEPARTMENTS-MAIN FLOOR
Celebrated Kekko Silk, all colors, 35c val., 25c yd
Irlh Poplin, Sun and Soap Proof, 25c val., 22c yd
Now Spring Velmaro Dress Ginghams, 10c val.,
7 c yd.
Yard Wide English Percales, all colors, 11c yd.
Fine Unbleached muslin, 10c val., 8c yd.
Threo 'Leading Styles Corsets, $1 and $1.25 val.,
Men's Cotton Socks, all colors, 10c val., 7c pr.
Men's Best Negligee Shirts, great $1.00 value,
President Suspenders, fine 50c value, 39c pr.
Hair Bow Ribbon, great 35c value, 22c yd.
Damask and Linen husk towels, 50c value, 42c
SECOND FLOOR SPECIALS.
Ladles' White Skirts, embroidered flounce, 75c
value, '59 c ea.
Children's Wash Dresses, sizes '2 to C, special,
Ladles Black Mercerized Pottlcoats, 09c val.,
Colored Curtain Scrim, best 10c value, 8c yd.
House Furnishing Dept.
9x12 Axmlnster Rugs, big value, $19.50.
Wood Grain Rug Filler, " 50c val., 43c yd.
Union Ingrain Stair Carpet, 35c val., 29c yd.
Opaque Window Shades, 22c ea.
Special Lot New Wall Paper, 15c doublo roll.
KATZ BROS. Inc.
NOTICE. Monday Specials are sold for cash only.