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THE HONESDALE CITIZEN : THUBSDAY MOBNING, JULY
arm houM located on East
rtrert. Eonulre or Ilixiia
tain street, Uoniwlale. .11
rolrnl at I hp (VlUntT Com-
Hli until 10 A. St., TUESDAY,
July rih.lortn ntingtbn outside woodwoilc
of tbe (.'curt douw, and putt ying the win-
A Luc c. tratnt of Screen Doors and
Window tktens at CI. Walls's.
flest erd of Tortland Oment nd B'wer
ripe l O. Vilti'fc
Out Silver Urmmi Is tbe best on the market
and will wake jour sliver thine. 1 wtf
Cut elats and l'rnsc h glass, odd Jilt-cos and
seconds, a new If t. IW"
At Tstihsik a.
WALL I'AI'KK. bnrdeis and artistic dec
orations. In rei.t larlety, and of the latest
line ana ikiit imiiKmii iu
JOUN GKIUIY. 12.7 lly-
iialternK. Palntwr ana
the belt style,
Second hand furniture for sale, cheap, at
307 l&lli street- Also 'bole plant, ferni,
eta. for tale, cheap, at SOT l&th street.
ForBalc (Jullliln great variety of pat
tern, with lamy work of Tarlout tlylt.
lira. 1. 1ST i iman, IK Cottage street,
' Feiaof -l - impersonal.
Con... u will hereafter fur-
""oish tho miti. r for the borough
flro apparatus, in caso ot conflagrations.
Tho advance guard of Co. E will
leave for tho annual encampment on
Monday, July 13th, the balance of the
command following on the 15th. The
company will hao the full complement
of officers and men, CO in all.
The gum on a postage stamp is
made frcm an extractof tbe awect pc
tato, and i therefore absolutely harm
less in cose a person licks the stamp.
The better plan, however, is to moisten
tho envelop, and not tbe stamp, anc
there will be no difficulty, whatever, it
making it adhere.
The hardware storoi of Hooeedah
will all be closed on Saturday, July 4th,
to give tho empbyors and employees
an opportunity to enjoy the National
A dwelling belonging to the estate
of Asa Howell, of South Uaoaan, was
destroyed by Ore, last Monday, about
noon. Nearly all ot the household
effects were saved. There was an in
iuronoe of about f l.txX) on tbe house.
During the month of liar only 12.
000 immigrants landed in America, and
75,(U0 other sailed for their former
homes. For the corresponding mor'.h
ot 1907 the arrivals were 183,000 and
the departures 33,000. Sinoe October,
1907, 550,000 aliens have, left the United
States, and only atUt 150,000 nave
" arrived, which has proved a great ad
vantage to this country.
William U. Carey, of Carbondalo, a
brakemon op tho Ontario Sc. Western
Railroad, met with an accident near
that city, Juno 23d, that resulted in his
death soon afterward, nia right leg
was badly crushed, and an effort was
made to save his life by amputating the
injured member, but without avail,
Deceased was 31 years of age, and a
former resident of High Lake, Bucking-
bam township. IIo leaves a wifo, for
merly Miss Mary Koean, of High Like,
whom ho married Juno 2, 1908. Inter'
, ment in St. Juliana's It. C. cemetery of
Tbe management of the Brooklyn,
. Y Y. M. C. A,, having secured the
privilege ot camping ground on the
of Big Pond, in Piles county,
hear Ilawley, for the use of' tho boys
and young moo connected with that or
sanitation, for tho month ot July, I
largo number of them aro nownjoyiog
out-door lifo. Tbe bays will remain for
a week and then othcra will tike their
places. A Brooklyn chef, withefScient
help, will preside over the culuary de
Wayne county is improving in ov-
ery direction, especially in the icinity
ot its numerous lakes. Parties ,iavo Be
cured possession ot some SOOjcrcs of
land on the borders ot Lake (omo, in
Preston, for tho purpose of ereoing cot
tages on it for tbe use of eumntr visi
tors. Beach Lake, a f ew y cars ajo, was
csmnsrativelv unknown. Now Ue town
Is filled with bouses of cntbvUnment
'for city people, and all are lfeerally
a rj patronised. New York parties, have
t A just bought o&Fprti l&id Ike
t Ariel for tho purpoSVfc? ort 'ingiberc-
on a largo concrete outiuing, uuwy iou
feet, for a milk station. Tbe corjpany
are already receiving and sopping
The Pennsylvania Railroad Co. put
S,000 additional moo at work on is sys
tern, laBt week, and tboKrio :i,O0O Both
the Ontario & Western and tb Erie
have largo forces ot mechanics ptting
large numbers ot disabled locomitives
and freight cars in roadiness for ue.
Scranton's glorious garden ofgaic
ty, Liuna rark, will entertain lany
thousands July lib. Tho big rostrt in
the put two seasons that it htj.-nn
open bag attracted nearly 100, WW per
sons on independence Diy, and' this
year with a biggor, better and brititc
Luna, all records should to shaltreJ,
Tho Luna Park management hasbre
parea an elaborate schedulo ot oitats
for the observance of tho day, I
Assessors havo had their na'
creased from (2 to 2 50 pgr day. ark all
.ineir wore now is Clono by tho lay.
J Ian to their reiilar
smont, they reccitM a
etatea price per of for m'nu-in,
births, deaths, etc. i i. pracnt
law tbe work is don i registrst ol
vital taiT-. rir. v
"--t-thn HAD will mat ln.n.n...
'Friday evening, at 7:30.
uo. u, oi acrjnton, leads a!
aer companies of the 13th regi
efficiency, etc, aooording ta
dor's rating, it being 99 12.
riionesdale, is rated at ft,
Thomas B. Clark & Co., tho gUsi
.cutters, have shut down for a vacatloi
State Dairy ond Food CommiHlotvr
Foust, in a statement issued declared
that not one of 2(v samples of cimned
.foods, meats, vegetables and the like.
ten by State agents, bad teon found
presorvedtrftfc etumioal. Tho
i id auo Jt twenty counties.
not including l'hiludelpliia and Pitts
burg, and the reports ot the uualyaia
woro received Juno 27th.
Tbu Btato Otghway Department, nt
Uarrisburg, is now receiving a dally
average of I ' upplicalioux for auto-
Tho a P. a A. lat week inveitl
gated a case brought to tbclr notice
through an anonymous complaint. For
the benefit ot the membra of the Bocl
cty or any others interested in the work
wo offer two ruggtstions as to now iu
prococd in cases ot cruelty : If you have
complaint to make sign your name
and add roes in full. Tho complainant s
namo is not mentioned and always aids
in an investigation. Anonymous com
plaints receive no consideration. If you
desire to prosecuto, do not hesitate to
testify before a magistrate A reluct'
aace on the part of witnesses to testify
acts as a continual drawback in carry'
ing out the purposes of tho Society.
Many ot tbo students ot tho Btate
Normal Schools of Penn'a are naw fill
ing positions as farm hands, clerks,
hotel waiters, etc, until the re-opening
ot tbo schools ta tho fall.
There are numerous ill-mated cou
ples in Dauphin county. Juno22i there
wcro thirty-ono applications for divorce
filed in Harrisbarg.
W. K. Spry has sold his farm in
Canaan, noar Keene's station, compris
ing CO acres of land, dwelling house,
barn, fruit trees and all farming imple
ments, to W. J. VanBuskirt, of Wilkes-
Barre. Consideration, private. The
purchaser is already in possession.
Tbe poet offiee authorities have
given warning to all newspapers that
the law governing tbo publishing ot
winners in rallies and other schemes ot
chance will be strictly enforced from
now on. This includes rofllje of all de
scriptions and nothing concerning any
thing with which chanco is xmn:t"d
can be lawfully published by any paper.
This, however, does not includo marriages.
Wall street oetimates that there wae
paid out, July 1, 190j to roidonts of
tho United States, no less than tiOo.iHio,-
kk), in dividends on boodi and bank
Mrs. Jobn Carran, tho wife of r.
prominent lltwley morchant, fell from
the porch ot her home to the ground.
distance of twelve feet, on June lo.h.
resulting in a ecrioui iujury to hor
tck. Hb5 won Ukcn to Dr. Barns
hspital, Jjoo 27ih, for an opsratior.,
waich wa prformeJ. It was thought
it would provo suivssful, but a wnnk
heart develop?! on Sunday morning,
and she died a (erf hours liter. She
leivcs a husband, three sans .1111- ..
W. K. Spry, of Cinaan, has pur
chased the property known as tin
'Jacobs Miller farm," Iu Oregon, und
tho adjoining land, known ns tbe "Do-
ny farm,"ownedby Qeorne anueusen
tbe former comprising b0 acres ot luud
house, barn, orchard, etc , and tho latter
1 acres, timber, orchard, etc Consid
er ition .otb cases private. Mr. Sprj
will take possession next week.
A Lehigh county man advertised
that he would not be reeponoiblo for an)
debts contracted by his wife, and this i
the way she got back at hubby in tbe
next issuo ot tho same journal: "11c
never paid any bills for my clothes or
anything else in tbe nineteen years 1
hive been married to him. IIo is now
walking around town wearing a suit of
clothes that I paid $15 for."
The ranks of tho Grand Army oi
the Bepublic are being rapidly depleted
In 1890, when tbe membership was the
largest, numbering 409,489, there wen
5,740 deaths. In 190C, there wero 229 -932
members, with 9 052 deotha. This
shows a loss of nearly SO per cent, in 17
Tbo Lackawanna Railroad Com
pany made contracts last week for the
construction of a cut-off between Port
land, Pa., and llopatcoog, N. J., which
ill lesson the distance between theso
points eleven miles, many sharp curves
being eliminated, and the time from
Scrauton to Now York city lessened
twenty or thirty minutes. The cost will
bo some $12,000 000. It will be the
greatest work of its kind in tbe history
of tbe country. The fills to be made
run from 55 to 100 feet in height. Many
farms will bo absolutely ruined, and the
buildings destroyed or moved away.
The lost toll gate has disappeared in
Wayne county, tbo one on tho Ilawley
end Wilconvillo turnpike having been
discontinued two weeks ago.
John E. Tiernay, of Scranton, an
Erie brakeman running on a tost freight
train betwoen that city and ilawley.
was caught between two cars, in tbo
latter borough, on Monday morning,
and so badly squeezed as to cause hie
death in a short lime. Deceased was un
married, about 25 years of age, and had
only been employed as a brakeman for
tbe past threo months.
A Philadelphia church, as an in
ducement for its aged momber to attend
Sunday services, provides thorn with
easy rocking chairs.
At tho fivo o'clock Bright Hour ecr
vice in tbe Presbyterian church next
Sunday afternoon, Itev. Dr. Wra. 11
Swift will speak for 20 minutes on "An
Independence Day Ader-tbougbt.'
Tbo D. and U., will ruu a special
train to Lake Lodoro, July 4tb, leaving
iIonisdale at 1:30 P. M. Arrangements
will bo mada to carry passongorq to tbo
Lakoon this special train rather than
the regular train.
Thoro will bo a choral eorvico next
Sunday otening, at Grace Episcopal
church, at 7:30 1'. u.
Tho publso schools of Honcsdale will
open for tbo fall term on Monday, Sept,
1 1M1. A portion ot tbo primary depart
mint will find garters iu the town hall
until tbo completion ot tho new school
Uov. Stuart has taken Btrong
grounds in favor ot n Stut road ex
tendbg from Philttdolpr "'Utu
burg. Pennsylvania h
structod, under tbo eo ,
about 310 milos and aim under way
some 3(o miles more.
Bev. F. L Brooks, having severed
his csnnactiou with the Uoocslalo Bap
tist church, took his formal leave of
the congregation at tho evening service
on Sunday. Among tho audience a
uumbarot regular att indants at other
churches were present. After tho pre
liminary services, which included an
admirable vocal nolo by Mrs. William
Clarke, and excollent singing by the
choir, the pastor read tbe (arables em
bodied in tho fifteenth chapter of the
Uospel according to Luke, and, with
out announcing a text, pror-ecdod to de
liver an eloquent and convincing ad
dress based on tho story of tbe Prodigal
Ban. Tbe prevailing idea that the prod
igal is tbe central figure ot the parable
he declared to be erroneous, and averred
that the great lesssa taught by the
Ooepol story was the constancy and
depth of tbe father's love, as typical of
Qod's forbearance toward His erring
and rebellious children, and Ills readi
ness to forgive and reward them tbe
moment they approach liim with peni
tent hearts. There was little in bis
main addroes to Indicate his purpoee to
withdraw from tbe pastorate, but at
its close he announced such to be bis
intention ; declaring that he was then
speaking tbe lost words he should ever
utter from that pulpit or psrbaps any
other, lie intimated a desire to retire
permanently from tbo ministry in
general as he was doing from tho Bap
tist church, stating his conviction that
he was not in accord with that denom
ination, perhaps because he was some
what too liberal. Mr. Brooks spoke
foeliogly, and after the services took
tho bands of many of his fricnds,p
tbo audience was passing out ot tbi
building. It is understood that ha will,
it favorable opportunity offers, devote
his future years to journalism, or ac
cept a position with the International
Correspondence School, of Scranton.
At last there is aprospuctof "some
thing doing," nt Farvicw, with a view
to tbe erection ot a portion of the build
ings needed for the proposed asylunu
for tbe criminal insane, to bo located
tbcro. Excavations for the founda
tions will doubtless now begin on 01
before Aug. let. Bids wero advertieoo
for in Monday's papers, and tbey musi
bo in tho bands ot 11. S. Ashmoad, sec
retary of tho commission in charge 01
the work, at Philadelphia, not latei
'.ban Tuesday, July 21et. Tbe wort,
will make Waymart a lively town thii-
suoimer, and be of great benefit to
ihat immodiato portion otWaynocoun
in tbo way ot work fpr both men
Urn. 11. A. Woodboute bas gone to
Uethaov, where she will pats the summer.
-Mtt-Coe Ourlaud enterUlneJ IhepM-
tor's alJeo1etr of the Presbyterian thun h.
of Ilawler. lait Patunlnr afternoon, ller
Jfsr.29th. Etrl V. Cross and draco
Qillnor returned from Per kiomon Semi-
Tho Fourth of July will be celebrat
ed ut Bethany. At 11 o'clock tho Bov.
A. I-. Ililler, of IloneBdalo, will dtlivii
an address, preyed and followed b
inging by a mate quartette. At 1
'j 'cluck a base ball gamo, Bethany 1 h
Prumpton. In tho evening a leclun
oy the Itev. T. M. Furey, eubjjct, "A
Yankee in Dixie." A small feo wi II L
burned for the louture. Dinner anu
refreshments will "-j served.
- Tbo school fir Idiers' orphans, a'
-ML. KdHh W. IlamllnjorPhlUdelDh... numlot ,'., . T. X8irda
the guect of Hits Mary U. Weston, of East rt bT thr a 0vioek Hrie. train anit relurmd ; Mr. and Mm. W. 1
ark street. , by theT:10eTenlriK train. A mott njiT- ine friends iu New J
MIiJeanntUi Freeman, oMVrart street.
1 pasting n portion ot her vacation -with
Mew Tork relatives.
Itev. A. L. Whltlaker will hold eerTloes
In the Presbyterian church, at Waymart, on
Hiiiiday, at 3 r. x.
Miri EUztbeth Dohertr, of Ulrpuant,
ban been entertatned by Honeslale friends
for sereral days.
Mrs. J. J. OTnnnrll, of Church street.
hai been the r;uct of Carbondale friends,
for several dais.
lilts Sophie M. Ilussell Is at Mam better.
N. II., at tbe borne of her brother, Zenas II.
Itutt'll, and bride.
W, H. Mumtord It now In chat ceo! tbe
Dell Telephone Co.'s office In IJonetdale and
lis immediate vicinity.
Mitt Era U Wilton, ot 15th ttreet, It
parting tblt week with relatives at Nantl-
coke, Luz?rne county.
Mitt Linda Levy, ot Cleveland, Ohio, it
belur; entertained by her titter, Mrt. Edwaid
A, Katx, nt West ttreet.
M. J. Ilanlan is to be one of the ipeakert
at the plcnlo ot the Champion U ratine, in
Olrdland, on Saturday, July ith.
Mr. and Mrt. Edward Uoape, of Letter-
thlrc, N. T ,are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Unaberry, of lltb and Main ttreett.
It. L. Oramtn, wife and child, of gcrau-
ton, are pasainc this week wltb bit brother-in-law,
Wm. II. Krantz and family.
Horace A. Lyons, of Olypbaut, patted
lait Sunday In Ilonesdale, with hit parents,
Mr. and Mrt. John M. Lyons, of Weet Park
(Jeorpe E. White, a former HonetJaler,
tnowa resident of Manhattan, Montana,
and landlord ot Tbe Manhattan, of that
Mrs. (J. U. Uunnell. of Court ttreet,
leaves for Chicago, In artay or two, for a
ritlt with her ton, Fred. O. Uunnell, of
Mr. anl Mrs. Ueore:e W. Decker, of East
ttreet, are entertaining belr daughter.
Mrt. W. P. Coou and children, of Clark't
(Ireen, Lack, county.
Allen Finn, of Lackawanna couuty, and
W. E. l'crham, of Niagara. Mount Pleasant,
have been In tblt vicinity, ot late, inretli
gating tbe San Jote scale.
Mrs. It. W. Brady and daughter, Flhel,
left this morning, for Wettlleld, N. J , for a
Mtit with her psrentt, Mr. and Mrt. W. II.
Uilgg, and titter. Mitt Etta.
Married, at tbe M. E. parsonage, Monet
ise, June 24, IW, by the Iter. W. II. Ililler,
illn Emma C. Doyle, of roynttlic. toller
bert II. Dam, of Carbonde'e.
Mitt Irene Bithop, of Ilawley, daughter
oi Mr. and Mrs. A. L. lilrhop, was among
I In' graduiten from the Kilt StrouJtburg
stiile Normal School, latt week.
Arad V. Lakin, oi Wlnwood, will rep
resent the rroblbltioultts of Wayne county
in the National Convention, which luectt al
Colutnhut, Ohio, on Wedueiday, July 15th
llou. N. F. Underwooa, for many year
iietideiitot Lake. Como, but of late living
tiiuomneia. is. J , it happily patting tbe
able lime It reported, with a One entertain
ment wrved the guet tt. Tbe only gentle
men honored with an Invitation were Itev
W. 8. Peterton, ot Hiw'.'y. anl It'V Dr
Wm. II. Bwlft.
Mm He J, ut the home ot the btl.li 'f pat.
entt, Mr. n.1 Mrs Ilatvey T. Jackson oi
B. Lusher nro visit-
Katio Cross is i.lijg in tUo com
mencement exercises at tho East
Stroudsburg S'.ato Normal School.
gimucl Ncvia spent a few days in
town laet week,
H t Cry'5 ittC'jled a class re-union
at UarvcjM Like, list week.
Oil the 27th. Itev. D. Evans, of Dal
las, attended a wedding at Jobn
JULY 4th at Honesctehra
The Only Big Show,
MOER THEIR HUGE HAPPY DAYS WATERPROOF PAVILklfc
The Penn'a Itailroaa Forostry De
partment has complotod its spring
planting for IMS, a total of 025,000 trees
baiog set out. Tbis makes a grand to
tal of 2,425,000 trees planted since the
railroad inauiiurated tbo movement.
Tho road imported this year 209,000
seedlings. In the seed beds wero sown
this year twenty-Uro bushels ot acorns
aud -ate, pour '4 nt other hard
wood seeds, and 75 pounds of conifer
soods. In addition, 300,000 seedlings
were permanently planted in land be
longing to the company.
Francis Bonoar, whilo painting tbo
root of Morris Freeman's residence on
Court street, last Friday, had a fall of
some eighteen feet, by tho slipping of
his ladder, resulting in a broken nose,
and a gctioral shaking up.
Uninntown, Fay county, has been
closed by the Stab 1 tho pupils trans
ferred to the Scot. I, Franklin couu
dwelling of It. W, Bush, ot
.in Hill, Damascus, wm buruod to
bo ground, last Sunday. Insurod ii
the Wayne Co. Ins. Co., $150 00 hous-i
ind f20 on contents.
Tho lionesdalo delegation to tbo
greit Skat tourney in Now York lam
week returned 00 Wednesday evening,
having spent throe delightful days ou
tho trip. Tho North American Skat As
sociation comprises thousands of mem'
bers, ot whom nearly 2,500 took part in
tbe recent games, and it must be re
garded as somewhat remarknblo that
among so many contestants, and the
great majority of them residents of tbo
turgor cities, where opportunities for be
coming proficient ere so much greater,
Ilonesdale should havo had oven
"look-in,'- to say jotbing of winninti
two of tho prizes. Tho lucky contee
tan la for tbo local club were Robert
O'ConnclI and John Crcgbao. Ban
qunts woro given the Skat Association
by tho Ituppert and Beruhcimer &
Schwartz Browing Companies, and on
Tuesday a free trip to Coney Island was
provided for tho members. Tho b'g
meeting next year will be held in Mil
Soveral catithumpian bands havo
mule night hideous, twico of late, up
to.n, following weddings. It is a bar
barous practice, fit only for th-i half
Attention, Veterans) Iiegular meet
ing of Capt. Ilam Post, No. 19H, G. A. It.,
to morrow Friday evening.
Tbo Ltoneedale banku will bo closed
next Saturday, July lib, it being a legal
Tboro will bo a tournamont on the
gnlf grounds on tbo afternoon of the
4'h, followed by a supper.
Tbo Durland, Thompson Shoo Co.
mid tbo Ilonesdale Shoo Co. shut down
tomorrow evening for a week. ThoKel
ly & Steinman Cut Qlaes Co. closed
this afternoon for a week's vacation.
Tho work of removing tho M. E.
pnrsooage to its now location at tho
corner ot Church and 11th streets, bas
been commenced. It was necessary to
cut down two maple trees to accomplish
Tho concrcto foundation for tho
now parsonage of St. John's Lutheran
church, is being rushed and tho work
01 brick laying will bo commencod at
un oirly date.
aoclyviiio is not to have a now
school building, but extensive repairs
nro to bo niado to tbo old structure. A
ritnim beating apparatus is also tot' 1
Three etrikiiig and powerful ditcuiilons
of great questions make thoJuly M Cluiii'd
an especially Important number. Huinucl
Hopkins Adatnt treats, In thu opt'iilng uMl-
cle, of tbe appalling lots of llfudneto tbu
lick of tune method for the protection nf
lliu health ot tbu American ptibho. W. C
Unmet gives 11 fresh aud vigorous cbaraoter
sketch of Clifford 1'lnubot, and bit tight to
preserve one of our chief national atsets.
F.lleu Terry continues her charming record
ot tier American impressions, and the reitu-
nltccncet ot Carl Hchtiiz picture the final
downfall of l'retljeut Jobuion, The fiction
lucludeH'I'hu Heritage ot Ham" and "Thu
Singer s Heart." Josephine Daikam llacnn
contributes one of her aketcbet of child life,
and Joseph Illt'lheu tells a novel aud strik
ing Indian tlory, of anew ty--Auurct
tbe 8. S. McClure tV " "-
-Miss Nelllu (1
iiiuinerat his old humelli the Wayne conn
Her belt II. Ililler, Ihe up-town pottman
Mho hat been au extensive traveler In the
Vctl, for some four months returned home
on Tuesday evening, and will toon retuti.e
-L. O. Sweet, of Liberty, N. Y., a dealer
n cut gluts, etc., at that fatuous tutntu"
rcMirt, was In Ilonesdale. lait week, an.-
lembateda full line of that ware for hi
Ixiren Kimble, late of the Wayne Cut
illatt Co., and sont, Frank and Ls.ren.Jr.,
leu yesterday morning for New Uedfurd,
Mutt., where they are to make their home
or the future.
-Mr. and Mrs. Win. 51. Stood leave to.
Iny for Lake Minnewaska, Ulster county,
S. V., a beautiful spot 011 tbe Shawaugunk
mountains, below Ellenville, for a rest of
Married, at the M. E parsonage, Houes.
lale, June 24, IW8, by the Itev. W. II. Hll
in. Mitt Alma Kellcrmun, of Ilawley, to
riank U Goldimlth, of Crystal ilun,
Otauge Co., N. T.
Mr. aud Mrs. Herbert Berry, and dauglc
I i t. Mrs. M. Biddleman. Mines Ethel Hitch'
cock, Maud Wilmarth and Mildred Hoherlr,
and Aithur llerry, all of Scranton, were re
cent guests of (Jalilee. friends and relatives.
-Mils Edith A. Hull, of Wbll Valley,
W rtyne Co., was among tbe grad' es from
Hie Ulooniiburg State Normal jool, lait
week. Her parentt, Mr. and .rs. J. W.
Hull, were present at tbe gri uattng ex-
Pirwln Maurer bas been selected to 1111
acauuy in the teachers of the Ilawley
uigb school, (auted by the election of J, J.
Ki-ehler to the office of County Superinten
dent. He is a graduate of the tiloomiburg
titute Normal School,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Q. Brown, of Car1
liuurlale, will occupy their cottage ut Elk
I, ike, for tbe coming two or three weeks.
Ill sister, Mrs. B, W. Fitch, and daughters
K lith B. aud Katharine, will remain tberu
at their gucits for the same period
Dr. John J. Finerty, a prominent pbysl
ciun and oculist of BuOalo, N. V who was
I be guest of his parents and family, ot Worth
Muln ttreet, returned home on Tuesday
morning, leaving his wile aud daughter to
remain for a more extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steinman and iluugh
Ida, will leave Friday inoruiug for At-
luiry Turk, N. J., for a mouth's rest and rec
Mis. Letter It. Kunpp, who will remain wilb
lb in at that pleusuut resort for about two
David Card, an old veteran of Wiuwood,
I'reston lowcshlp, died Juno ID, HHM, aged
about 70 years. He served as a private iu
Chi. K, lllb l'enu'a Cuvulty, from Aug, 28,
lnttl, to May H, !?!. Deceased was a inem
ber of John 1'laikett l'ott, No. 4X.1, (1. A. It
ol Ilaucock, a delegation from which con
ducted the services at the grave,
The engagement of Mill darnel Elaine
Uretter, of Chitsgo, lo Dr. I.011I1 tlomir
N'elseiof Honeidale, was Dtade publlu oil
Tut sday. Both are graduates of the Ilones
dale high school, class ot IbW, tbo former
having been salutatorian, and the latter
the valedictorian. Tbey both graduated
from tbe same medical college, Mlsitlret
ter being a trained nurse of skill and ex
Charles l'ayne, of I'leataiit Mount
teltaiuetl the I'thert Attuclatlun of the M.
K. iburch, mi Muuduy evening, June i!"J(h,
and utter a bmiuett session, refreshments
were M-rved, which ill enjoyed. Those
picseut were John . ood, ltalph Ben
' 11, Cecil Mvingitoue, Ituttell Spencer,
eslie VuuCumpen, Hay Iteming, Fred
l'ayne. Erwlu Demlng, Charles Payne, John
llialn and Jobn Buyce.
Letters recently receiveJ from Miss
Alice Z. Gregory, state tbat at tbu time ut
writing sbe was still visiting relatives and
friend! In and about Launcettou, Cornwall,
but that the expected souli to visit the
Sbaktperutouutry. After arriving iu Eng
land the decided to make tome changes in
her llluerury, so that wu are unahlu to give
her exaot address. Tbus far sbu has been
perfectly charmed with the country and
tbe people the bas met.
The marriage of William F. McDonald
to Miss Alma Ethel, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey B. Welch, all of Houeidale,
took place at the home of the bride's pa
leulsou East street, at noou on Tuesday
last, June SO, lOOd.llev, W. II. Hlller officiat
ing i and was followed by a wedding dinner
at tbu resideuce of Mr. and Mrs. lllcbard J.
Penwarden, grandparents of tbe bride.
Appioprlate muslo was furnished for tbe
Carbon.lale, June 3ltb V.WS by tbe Itev
Coarles Ue. pallor of the Presbyterian nouck'fl ona ppent 0 Joy m town, call
church, Mm Ilanlet Clartisa Jacsson to ;jcoa a ow 0f his. many old friends.
Tho minister is looking Don and is al-
wass n welcome caller, msaon, liar-
old tilo accompanied him, and has
grown bo much Btnce bo left tbat many
would not recognize mm.
Elmer Cbnnman finished the now
high school building last week and the
M'bool board nccepted tho building and
paid him 3 300 for tbe job. Ths build
ing is 01 tno 0091 material inrougnuut,
mi J ibs workmanship is excellent. Mr
Cninrhan is n nitun.l mechanic, and
whether tno material M etonoorwooa.
be appears to be right at borne. Tbe
building ts maao 01 concrete dioces ana
has n slate root and should need no rt
pairs for many years. Now the next
thing to do is to clean up and grade the
grounds and employ a good lot ol
tenencrs. e do not know now manj
ot the schools will bo closed, but wc
think three teachers will be employed
in tho high school buildjng. Our school
taxes win necessarily oe nign ror a
few years to como.
u. 1 unpin conauctea League, uun
wc nave naa a lime rain, nut much
more is desirable.
Junk 29lh. Nothing doing on the 4th
111 this neighborhood ino uurtu vai
ley Sunday school win nave a lamuy
picnic, on that day, for the pleasure of
their many lltllo peopio.
Irene Cdrtis is home from uiooms
burg, whero sbo has been at school. She
will teach tbe Ferno school.
.Vllio Bowen will toacb the Curtis
Vnllov school : Warren P.Norton, tbe
Crcamton school; Itoeo Itainey, Alden
vtlle: Mr. Noble. Kdcnvalo: tsmmastan
ton, Suth Clinton; Miss Capwell,
Browutown. Wo have not yet learned
who is to havo the Uoggins school. Mr
Hiildcrmun is to havo tbo High School
thu ro-id between Creamtou and John
Grirttvold' is being covered with crush
b Jim Iionncstino has returnod home
'rom the Etst Stroudsburg Normn1
echool, beirg ono of the graduates, ller
mother, Mrs. Martin lionnoattne, at
tended the commencement exercises.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vandonberg an
jtifsts 01 e. a. uraKc
lluwnrd Starkweatber is (ponding his
cacntion ut u. a. uunttng s.
John Singer and niece aro guests 01
un uruiiicr, ,rinur oiDKer.
K lull Dann is borne tor a short time
Later ehe will go to a summer resort at
lli?8"u Bodsio and Lizzio Varcoe. atle
1 visit at home, have returnod to Ne
irreey lor the summer.
Muster Itibcrt Gardner, ot Carbon
1 ilo h luiving n good tima at the home
1 his grandtatber. C. 11. varooo,
June 25th n littlo son came to the
mo of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Treat
Charles Sanders, who has been sick, is
n tno gain.
LSon LaVcrge Illy, both of Caiboniale.
Tbey were unattended, and none but the
Immediate relatives wltnetted the cere
mony. The bride wBt alllred In white tilk.
trimmed with baby Irlth and llllett lace. A
reception followed. The btldal tour In
cluded Albany, Saratoga. Lake tleorce, and
other points. Mrs Illy Is n native ni ilones
dale, where she hat many friends, who wish
Uie fiewly married couple many years of
health, happiues and prosperity.
Fred. I). SiiyJam hat returned home
from school for a few days, alter which he
will go Into camp In Urange county, N. V.
He hat jutt come from Nc London, Conn.,
where, with other friendt, he wltne.el the
great vale-llarvard rowing eontcit. In
which tbelalter won,nnd alto taw the nnal
game between these eolleget at bate-ball In
which Harvard alto, wat victor, by an over-
belmlng score. Tbe boat rati, he says.
was the Onett tight or his life, wilb lis
thoutands of cheering supporters, gaily
dressed women, and hundreds of water
falls authored at tbe finish, blowing of
whittles, tooting of horn, etc., a tbe win-
ultiK crew llatbed across the line. He wat
tbegnettol W. p. Foil, of llaverttraw, N,
Y whote ton he rwently enlerl allied here.
witootfaet Hill School boyi.
The Budeand blratton (Cornwall, Eng
land) Weekly Newsnf June 11th, contain
fine pboto-engravlngt ol Mr. and Mrt'
Itlchsrd Medland, ol Courtlandt, formerly
of Coutt lltirtou, Marhamctiurch, with n
well written account of the celebration ol
their golden wedding. The Newt tpeaks of
Mr. Medland as coming from "a good old
family of Cornish Veomcu." being a ton of
Thomas Medland and wife of U'atcihoutM
Farm, and of hit wife at the accomplished
daughter of William Dentil", of Wooltlon
Barton, 111 the paritb ol I'oundslotk. They
were married In l'oundilockMay C, l1!.
and tbe News tars that few can reallz" that
they have faced the care aud vlcittitudes
of over fifty years ol we 1 lei life together,
to lightly the linger of Time teems tn hare
retled upon them. Mr. Medland ha- been
a siiecesstul ugrkultiiritt. an 1 for tbe ut
two years the devoted couple baring re
tired from butineii, have been enjoying the
fruits of their labors In their lieautllul home
at Courtlands. They hare ten children,
tire sons aud fire daughters, all of whom,
wilb their husbands and wires and families,
though retldlng at wide distances Jtn
each other, were present at the golten wed
ding, and joiued iu presenting their parentt
with a number of cuMly and appropriate
gifts. The hells of tbe parish church con-
tnbuted good peals of rouni and cbaugt
ringing In honor ot the erent. ltn haro
Medland is a younger brnl her of otireleen
ed citlZMI, exSllerilT Thoiu-i Me.ll Lll I, of
L. Ilerbtrl Norlbriip, of Culturatigut, N
V., died Ht Wunukftia, ill licit Slate, uhctt
e wnt lnlerettt-1 in a 11. iMifuctiiriug bti-i
nets, on Friday, June l. ltiw, ued ol ye-ir
le wut tiiiiotitidcd by his family when lie
lied, una bis remains wire taken to hi
attaruugus home for burin). The fiinertil
vrvices were o.iiidiiete'I by Itev ,1. II.
Itatet, of lliifhito, who paid 11 luo-t cloijuf nl
tilbulo to Mr. Norlbrup's life nud cIihi-
ucter. lie was born in North Olio, N. Y .
In 1MI, but remored to CatUratuiH wh 1
ijulte young. In the early Tils be enme ti
tlouetdalc, and was foi some years employ -
ed here In the telegraphic tcrriee of tin
Kile Hallway Company, luring his rett-
deuce iu Uonetdale he made many friend
by bis courteous demeanor and commend,
able huiineiA babilt. While here he tooii
great Interett In church and Sunday si I10..1
work, and wat continued tn Grace tFplteo
al' (burcb under the lulnltiry of itev. Mr.
Ilinpion, then temporarily lining tno posi
tion of Htclor. Mr. ftutihrup main 1 Mitt
Adlie Ileach, of Eatt Otto, N. V , 1 1 with
two duughtcrs and a son survive h I!
the terms of his will the futnily w' ctaln
their interest iu the business nt W .elm
which It n protperout one uud ht already
stvured to the deeeated a handsome com
ItlXK 29tli. The M. E. Huutlay scliot.l
held their Children's Day exerciees las'o
auutiay inuriuug. xue prugritiu'
earelully prepereu nun well re-
aud whh enjuetl by u packe e.
Ouly the ttuall girls nud 11 fev. .letcc
pHrtlolputetl 111 tt:e exercises, winoti noes
not speak well fur the boje, wlui lmvc
apparently lort lutereet In eut'.li enter
liiliunentH. However, the glrle were
titial to the occasion nuil actiiiitted
themselves with lunch credit.
Mrs. U. HliiL'lmiu left for lliiuiiior.-
bitt WeduesJuj, from wl.ere, hcciiiimihui-
e.l by her tlau gliter, Mrs. O 51. Putter,
nuil grauilsou, ItilpliJ Potter, t-be lelt
Thursday nfternuoii for Newark, Ohio,
lor 11 two weeKs vieir witn Her sun, juu
DurlUL- the elect no ttonu itisl Weiliiee-
lav ufteruoou. a Hue cow uwueil by
Deuins Degroal, ot liluoiiiin tlrnve wits
killed by h bolt ot lightning Dunne;
tile tame sionu the luriii 11 iti-e or
Priiiik. Ht l'.-'Mit. Pike count v. wut
struck nuil considerably ilauiageil. itjtli
pnrtleH were liisureu Iu 11 ngliaiu
I tile Jo"fH were HDIlltetl
Junk -JJ.1. The farmers aro busy at tbe
ell sent time, getting In their buokwheal.
-ind gi Iling their hoeing out of the way, at
trie iibi veiling 01 uie uay crop win negin
If theilrnutli keeps up hay will be a very
iiubl crop, etpeclally old meadows. Late
Planted polutoes will he a failure. Earl
I'Otuloes look tine. Apples and pears will
ue plentiful throughout Wayuecuunty.il
ibu Ut oulb Is toon broken.
The tcasou Is on for catching bats aud
pickerel, but let's see you catch Ihem while
ue iitnet are wuruing.
It looks us though tbo Lake Lodore Com
pauy wniilil empty Ibelr ice houses this tea
ton. us eiders urn uourtnc iu from all tiuar-
lets, and a large lorce of men have beeii
K pi uuty tne pan month, loading and
Will tome oue inform tbecatsof the earn
lawtf a they are killing tbe rabbits by
Ibe hint was taken without tho kick con
cerning tbu selling of strong drruk, as ev
ervua at peace of late.
M . yi-t, who was Injured about two
wccks ago, oy a neavy prop laiung on mm,
it improving, mid Is now able to be arouud
Mrs, Suediker is able to return to tbe
store, alter a long siege with rheumatism.
After tblt mouth lumberman Frank Hoi
lenback will close bis mill at l'rompton, for
the rest of the summer, and will take bis
lut n to Indian Orchard, for tbe nurnose ot
cleaning up an old tract that tbe forest
"'n have hauly damaged.
On Monday they will be joined by H1Jll .,,! ou Moml i? ,y I) liiiiglmiu.
lll-n tirru Kollltnn, wlni Inrtiiu lit
few years has been leiichlup; tcliool nt
I, annum, Michigan, is t,ieiiiii.g Iter
vat tfuli with Tc'lntlvea in lluwley.
M- . 11ml Mr. I. .4 wnlsb 11ml hui,
Lewis, HltO tbelr sou, tienrh'e aiel hie
wife, of Wilkes llarre, itre.r.ieiiiling I wo
weeks nt Itig Point,
uldn't It be fuir lor thu owners of the
,s inai are testing wavpe countv's Mot
,oads every day of late to chip In aud tn
courage the supervisors lo throw out everv
h I lie stone, us ut this season ot the year time
means money to tbe larmers.
.1. E. Haley bas a four weeks' old colt lor
hIiIi u he telutcd too latt week,
vttirreu llticklaud Is Improving Irom hi
The FRANK A. ROBBINS
1st NEW GREATEST ALL FEATURE SHOWS.
Aorta of Animals, Aetc, Antles and Attractions. Room for Ton Thou
und to Cnfoy Thousand Rovols.
THB TRIBUNAL OF" NATIONS.
A. DUPEH-SPLEKDID PAQEANT HKFLEX OF HEBOIJ SO-
VOR7 Introducing Cfion Sumptuous Triumphal Klnati and Noblttt Chaircn, Llrlar
Counterparts of the Greatest Wirriort and Kulersot the I'ast and Hment, MartUllf aol
Rerally Accoutered and Arrayed In Splendidly Accurst Facsimiles of Uit Arms and Rtraha
of Tbeir Eras.
THE PAJIAQON OF HAJDIANT. nOMAKTIO BBAIJSK.
THB VERY CREAM OF EARTH'S GREAT CIRCUSES
THE WOBLD'S HOST WONDROUS S&BEBAOK QTJEaU
TRIAlfB, Saddle Sensationalists Manege Marvels Revolutions and Rerelations In Dar
ing, Delicate Riding 1 hr llandvimrsl of Horses The Greatest ol Anists.
A HOST OF CLOWNS THAT CATER TO A NATION.
Who Inimitable ltiirleques of ropular Games, rroml&ent People's Fadi and Fathloaa
Fools and Follies MtVe Folks Kail Ofl their Seats.
Most Surprising Beasts of Many Species.
GRAND FREE STREET PARADE AT 10 A, fl.
2 Performances, Rain or Shine, Afternoon and Evening.
KftTZ BROS.S' STORE will be open Friday
evening and closed July 4th.
The Ladies are Waiting
the dvent of Our
m-kn ii Undsr
The entire Sample Line of the Kali Underwear Co. will be
on sale at
lA less than regular prices.
Exceptional values in India Linens, Long Cloth Cambric,
Nainsook and Batt'stes during this White Sale.
Embroideries and Laces.
Come here and vou see the
daintiest patterns for less
money than ever before.
MENNER & CO.'S STORES
a UPTODATE l
Stylish, Nobby and Comlorttble Wash Suits All Shades.
Now I'nntHolH un-tc-d t
MKNNKIt & UU.'ii
si liptM, nt
wilb filundt In Topt-ka, Kt.
Warren K, Illmovk, of Ilrooa,,
Is paIUK tlila vtiM'k In Uoaenlalo.
Fifing Ellet Family.
Other acriuliits irtoy " eecn
and admired, but it is a li-1 , ueKiiow
ledgotl fact tbat Iheso sliuAd buvo it
veritable monoooly of tbo real artist
Kyaiansts of tbo entire Americnu ebow
world, cirnl in tiny net would hnva to
be mentioned tha Klleta, tho incarna
tion of Kruco end daring, wlionu lliRtutt
tlirouKh tho lofty dome rf the eonvna
puvihon covering tho arena are done
witn mo caso titu nu'tnaou ut birdD
Kosterg aro known aa tho ''Hum in
riwallowa," nd nro elnso seconds to tho
Potters, even surpassing thorn in
strength and dann?, if not so grnceful,
but then it muet be remembered tbat
tno ot tbo hllcls am of tho enntlcr sex
Tbo Luliens do a most datiKorous act
oa aerial nontontal bard, IlioJ in tho
dome of the canvas, feats that but fow
men can do upon bars that m-iy bo
reached from tho ground.
With tho Frank A. Hobbins shows in
Houoadalo, Baturdtiy, July lib.
The Masons ot the Slato of Washing
ton have placed a ban on tbo liquor
business as a meaus of livelihood for
members of tho order, Tbe Grand
Lodee. at a recent meeting, msdo an
ironclad ruling prohibiting traQlo in
wnuicev dy iiasoDS wimin no jurisuic'
tion. llorcaftor to ongago in the liquor
tralllc is to commit a MaBOnio olfenco,
punishable by expulsion, from wntcn
mere snau do no appeal.
Jl'NE L'.'J. Tho Bundav school vlast of U.
I. dtiulHi tii'ld a moat et'JjaUltf loo urvttiu
turmi uu uiu mwuui p . s. tvtene. riiua
.'Wutug. -M uiuirt'li'artHl. 'rtiltsuui wil
tm ti-i'U in Ibo building luud lur Ibo t-rou
lioti oi u now addition iu irio ohurcu.
t tiii-Us Hub iitoii, I'jt-rlieiiir, ot Luuka,
HHUllll lOUIill, ItlmVlltK lilt Ihtilug douk
at Kitritruiio coiiaKf, ut I.tliii lli-ury, iu
Hun. Win. ('.outiell and tons, with Uu'
frtii'llit-s, un. tUvtng at lui'ir oullago i
Il'ihi-it Wilson, r. A Itu Uy, J obu vug
i o , AutMi't und Joliti ristr. ut HdriLtilou.
m.il Jtilin r'utti-r. ol I'lirrrv HiJih. iohui
last Tui'Mlay lliljllig ut l.akn IKiu y.
1 in riiiliriHi' oay txenlpet were bold '.t
I hi' r.vmiIi-lli ul I t'Uirll li.t evuili ir wrn
tiii'in Id in ngi am was given bv tho veins:
.Mr. nun airs. K. rt. Noli ii and m. kiiiI
.Ml... Wm ruiifll, ol I'lttaiiin, were Un-
ll'iti ut ! . o, kri-ilf. rtilu lay.
tll.iunl M i . I.ttllti illimu elllo' talno.1
tb,' IiiIIiiwii, KUt'tts oviir duudiiy : dr. an 1
Mis. 11. iiuifiilili'l-. Ml. uud Mir vShvi.i-
lliin.lmutr, Mitt AlylllH VaiiUuid'T.
ul lrt I'lariil.rn uudtuu uud V. Vmu
milfr. nil nt r-rraiilfiu.
Mr ut.d Mis, Wayuo Mfrrluir ,ueutHuu.
day in tlawluy.
mi. nun aiis. urue lieu, in ijunmorti,
spi'iit Buuday Willi Mrs. Hob's tiarouts, Mr,
uud Mis llyiou IJiuguH.
Mr. uuu is. utaruuuourotni cu, oi Boraa
uu, wuro Iboguetts ut relatr et here. Buu
1.1 vo nail is a verv tcarjn arllola and
tuuuy llttifruiouaredisapiio utud ouuot bo-
iif; nnin 10 iifcuro uau ai ir e laicus.
Mruwiii rilrs are very jlonlllul and red
rutilicrnt'Suud blui'k bt-.rriut villi bo ptsntl
lul. II u i am 1'iiines somi.
Vlbappyovont by I.son Katr, vlollnlit, and
Tiie word "badcer" oDDliod to a Ira
dor is common in old plays and books,
lo tbo "rjlato ropers. Domestic Bcrlcs,"
vjI. relatinir to 11347 IShU Is tho lollow
ing: "Dec. 17, 1605; Noto ot certain
'iHodded pair left on tbu Erie for a tea
S nonpyuioon irip. un tbelr return
Horn, Wednesday, July I, IW8, to Mr. '"' mka xhelr nomo wlth Mr. and
ud Mrs, Fred, ll.Trask, of Flfteentb strwt, Ur- Welch. Mr. Mollonald is employed in
ine iJuuaua.Tboinpson Hboe to,
A'ler 'he 'et persons upon llumbor side, who buy
ud great quantities of corn, two of
whom aro authorized badecrs. lis
Klli. a. 12. badeers are to be licensed
annually under ponilty of 5. Tho
word moans coro-dealere.
Ekmj fou a i' ltKK Catalouue. A new
and huudBoaio premium cutulogue bas
just bftiv completea ana is now ready
loruislriJulion. II vou are a reaaei oi
a l'ailit'iclpbia dully newspaper, write
to lur i-niiuacipnia t'reas tor ooe oi
tbcir luteal premium catalogues aud be-
oomo acquainted with tbo twentieth
contury wuy ot securing beautiful pro
miumH, which they give to people who
eubscriuo lor mis Urcat Home news-
puuor by mail. (Jatuloeue will be mail
od .free upon receipt ot a postal card,
iuaroB8 mo rroes circulation" uepart-
ment, Bivcutb ard Chestnut streets,
lluWilt's Wiltli iluznl Halve is eood for
cult, bums, bruises ami teratohes. It is es
pecially Kood for piles, lleoominended aud
told by I'r.ll. Tho jiruggist.
Ilbcaniatlam Cared In Tbree Days.
N. 11. lAnuley. Madlsoa. Wis., savat I ivaa alinoat
ln,liU'ssulluriiuuiuatliuu fur s uiualua. Had It lo
uiy neck Mi I could not liirn my lisad, aud all
llirutiifli no Imily. 1 tried Itiree ilnclora and many
ri.mcilesilltiiutaii) ri'lld HhaU'tcr unlll I pro-
curcil llr. Uklt'liUN'ri IlKLIKPI'ir IIUKIJUATIHII.
Ill niv iiuura inu imiu Haa relitvcu ana la three
u.t)mo rucuiuatiAiii v,aa tximiiieu'iy cureu ana I
uus al work, bold by IIcsl Puwji bruirliit,
Uonnslalu, l'u vuj
Just a little Cascasweet Is all tbat Is neces
sary tn give your baby wbeu It Is cross aud
peevltb. Cascasweet contains no opiates
uor harmful drugs aud Is blgbly reuom
mended by mothers erery where, Conlorms
to lue national rule rooa auu mug urr,
ooiu uy rr.iij, iut itrugKitu
Walking, Traveling and Evening Separate Skirts.
New Spring and Summer Single Jackets. Dlack and Leading Shades.
Jumper and Shirt Waist Wash Dresses. Newest Styles and Colors.
Fancy Stylesin Tailor-Make Shirt Waists at "'
Menner & Co.'s Dept. Stores.
If vou have never
had any dealings
with us, please to
vitation to give us
Farmers & Mechanics' Bank,
The New Beparate Skirt for 1808, ai
HKNNKII& OO.'B stores comblos ttjle,
comfort rind economy, All new pro
Tht, n. Inn., flln.A. In Hlllt.nrl If 1,1. I "7 ."'sers,
. -w-'r, rT;r.,i7.'. .UT, - - 1 aw unit pna uui irt hit ut laae. twig
canbobadotiJENNKU&Oa'S.-etrj by fUL, Tb Dnmut.
Here Is Ilelltf fur Woraen.
Mother Gray a nurse tn New Talk, dli
oorsred an aromallo. pleasant berbrnr lor
women's Ills, oallsd Autlrallan-Leaf. It
tbe only oeitaln rsgulator. (Hires (caul
wea'-nessst and DRClranbr, Kldnsy and
llladdi rand Urinary troubles. AtallOruc
.1,1 . i r by mall ado bample rKKK.. A .
b 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 lio iber 0 ray (Jo., 1 Key, K, Tf
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