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ThE HONESDALE CITIZEN: THURSDAY MOENING, AUGUST 13, 1908.
r CENT A WORD COLUMN - Loot, between Laurella and Half-Way " Monte, and on to Iloni-tdaietjy "ay uu": nelltnwn. .1 Del. Ji Hurt. nan. Finder will ploate lave Mine at Oalvln't livery Halite, corner of Court and 7th street. Honeidale, JL'-vr KWEIVKI) A carload of light anil htav) luinlwr wagons with narrow an,, will tire. Will loll very cheap. It. "AT- TIN, Wa)tnari, ra. l.',wt KiinrULE-Afi-oml liiiiiiliihaeton.lnsood ..imditlut.. Inmilrn at No. .107 Fifteenth street, llonedat, A fine a.snrtineiit of Hcreen Door and Wllnliiw Ni n i'im at O. Wntt'. Hi Hi guide of Portland IVuieiil and Hewer l'J 111 If. V,llllH. WAM, PAI'KIt, lionlem ami art illo J oration.. In treat variety, und of the. latcil iiHll. ru.. Painting ami paiier hanging In 111., belt HIh. JUI1N HMlltY, 1Z.7 llj berry I'lair. THE CITIZEN Terms : 81.50 per year in advance Rnl'Tiol at thn IlonoiriaUs Pa., Pott OiDie ai Hx'oml oiani man mauer. LOCAL, RECORD. Personal and lmpenonal. ltcodcr of The Citizen, does your copy hrivo u penny stamp attachodt II so, it donulcs th it you aro in urrcarn for a year or m to. Kindly remit bal ance duo, and then the postal laws will permit us to omittho stamp. Tho Lackawnxon Valley Street Itnilwny Co. has been diroctod by the town council to remove their rails and ties on Muiu street, below 4th. Thoro aro II, ISU men in Wayne county who ore uvailablo for military duty, according to data compiled by (J ommissioncre' clerk, Goo. P. Itoss. Although the oponing of the soason at tho Lyric Thoatrodoos not take plact until rjnptembjr, manager Dittrich will play (mo moro popular priced summor attraction during tho month of August. A. Q Summon will present a high class musical comedy, "Tho Heal Wid ow Brown," tho merry laughing festi val that has been ploasing tho Now England peoplo all Rummer, on Friday evening, Aug. 11th. Sonio of Wayne county's supervi sors scorn to hnvu forgotton tho fact it tho State law makes it their duty invo tho stones removed from tho highways of their respective districts at louBt onco a month, during tho sum mor season. Prices of automobiles oro rapidly coming down. Oco leading company will put a four-cylinder machino on tht market for tl.'iw and another a six cylindor machino for $1,400, which ie I033 than one half for what thoy have recontly been soiling for. A farmer living noar St. Josoph Michigan, whero crops woro sutlering for tho lack of rain, eont tho following notico to thn editor of tho village paper: 6t. Joo, Mich , August 4 Gentlemen: You soom to bo ablo to got ovorything you ndvortiso for. We want rain. Mioiiiiian Karmkr. P. S Ineloso . ploaso llud 25 cents. Ploaso insort "ad." It is hoped ho received a prompt nn ewer, as ho is ovidontly a believer in advertising. Salt U n valuable product manu factured in tho Unitod Statec Tho last government figures show that t3,4:i, 003 worth woro turned out last year. rrongemonts havo been comj.1-1-ho appoaranca of "Bibos in Toy. ... tboLyriii, on V i ml ly ovj'i u'g, S'pt. 2i "llabos ill Toyland" is tho joint work ol Qlcn ManDonougb and Victor i erbrt. Tno fornierdroma- tiziJ the fairy title, "Babes in the Wood," and to the ojiqiliaito story Mr. Herbert set music il gems llmt have never been cqu tiled ntid the fuel that ulian Miteheil staged tho product! in in t.hn hntt nnilnrnnmnt. that, it in pfini. plete to tho smallest detail. From tho Financial Iteviow, of Scranton, data of Aug. ti-.li. llwosdale has not folt tho results of the flonncial depression as other manu faoturi'U tot.n invo. A niag the fac tories that havo been busy is the Dur land, Thompson Shoo Co , of this place. Tho factory has been running, through all tho business depression, tun hours a day, six days in tho week. The usual halt-holiday has boon givon only through July. Monday, August 111, the factory began runniug on full time again Orders uro shipped promptly and eiiulomors arc given the equiva lent of their monoy. Tne firm has a large tradu on miners' bo Ha. Sjme ol the help havo boo i with tho factory from -i) to 'M yoarx and a few aro stock holders J. 1 Woston is msnagor. Thoro are many typ:s of comedy, but the enduring sort in "Babes in Toy land" is that which sweeps tho chords of human emotions from gravo to gay, from lively to eevero ; that makes laugh tor sparkle with years and lights omo tion with tho sunshino of a Bmilo. The roal comedi.iu is wrongly oonfusod with tho clown. Tho clown is tho droll ot an instant, tho real comedian lingers with thn imagination and dwells in tho hoart as long as momory holds its of fico, By tho explosion of a boiler in tho rolling mill at York, this Stato, on Mon day last, eight men wcro killed and nearly a ecoro ot others moro or less se riously injurod. Tbo money loss wee vjry large. -Says a writer in the Scranton Times tig. 6th: Miss Brown&coaibe "vim, even aftir her latest sjjouri- uoroard. iuiuc, for moro or vs:t lime itrh summer that xhr was in America to her little studio in her homo town, has at IubI yuen u up I to uonesiiaiu sieteuBO regrets, and aium I May ot thu present year writes herself only us ot Now York city. But Bho clings no lees with strong affection to nor "homo" town, and holds bor inter est in particular manner in its improve ment association. Tbo Uonesdalo Citi zen of recent issue publishes a note from ber, just recoived by tho secretary Ot the association in response to a re quest for another painting to bo dispoa ed of tor thi) bencUtof the maociation, As the Citizen editorially notes in prtnltng tne loiter, "that society has ut various times baon very gonoroualy treated by her." Miss Brownseombos noswor aiys: "Is is a happiuoss tor mo to do anytbiug that will boned, my dear native town, oven in a small was : and. though I no longer live thoro, I Btill fool- that l oolong to uoiiosdale, whoro aro oenterod all tho memories of my child hood and youth, and where I huvo bo many aoar ana vaiuea irionaa. wish ing continued and tncroasing suecois to the society that boa helped to mako our town famous, I am very cordially youra, Jonnie Brown-comb ." Sjranton's latoly formod Civic Improvomout Society is onoot not a fow that havo had their first incentivo to organization in tho success of tho Uonesdalo Association, It Scranton shall mako as great a suc cess in proponiou to thasixsot thoini profcmont task before it, then it will fiavo rouBOn to boast iteoll of results. flm ,., ago Edward Marshall killed a rattlesnake on a pioco ot hie property near Beach Loan, known os . L. . r II. f Tn nn I. It III LWIIlD DC" hind its head ho drilled it up to War field's tavern in IhB village, whoro it was on exhibition (or somo hours, bp- parontly ob "doad us a door nail." A curious onlookor, however, gavo tho eerpent a prod on its tail, and liko a stroke of lightning tho head flew around and hit the canu a whack that would have meant serious business if it bad struck flesh instead of wood. Now comes down from Susquehanna county, this additional warning to handlers ol venomous reptiles, dead or alive. "Oeoreo VnnDemark on Monday kill ed a largo rattlesnnko in thn woods just Kast of Hallstoad, Susquehanna iTiinty, and took it to town in a meal baci: for exhibition. Wbilo in tho uet ot uaing the serpent out of tho bag to ji.it it into a box, iu thn presenco ot a largo crowu on Main street, tho Hnako mudo u dush nt Mr. Uond, ono of tho bystanders. It sank its fangs in Mr. Hand's trouscM ! . kltln him "Tho Owls" is tho namo of a new secret soeloty now being organized In virinus towjs in Northeastern Pennsyl vania. Tho Do), it Hud. Co. ar at onen to develop tho largo tract of coal land, hich thoy purchased in S.:hulkilr county, somo two years ago, at nu ( x penso of IIT.IK."!,'")'). A Tatt and Sherman club has beet organizod at Kast flonesdalo with the following olllccra: Fletcher W. Bunnell, President: F S Whlttaker, August Bregstein, Ste phen Bergman, Alex. Starr end Lie Stark, Vic Presidents; Louis Hi'llnrh, Secretary, with Ki. K Bunnell, Amsip- tantjChus. w. Short, iriuanciui ecort tary, and Leonard Quckeuborgor, Treas urer. Tho club now has a membership ol forty-six, and moots every third 1'Vi- lay. Their hcadqu irters aro in Chas. K. Meyer's building, with reading roon, jjiun every ntternooii and ovimng. Ono day last wook Loo J. and Km mutt Megivern, sons of James B. Me givoru, of Cold Spring, killed it rattle snake on thn farm, thrcu and a hull frei n longth with seven rattle;. The icp tilu bad been seen on tho,placo u wo.-l; pruviously. Sj far us wo are lufornif this is tho (I rut instance, nf a raitlesuak' being fo'ind in Lebanon tuwiHlii,i, trer th in iho whortloberry roiou-i o til l Moosic, or tho scrub oik hills of Vk xas und Palmyra. All of tho rocont bids on the pro posed hospital for tho criminal insam it Farview, havo been thrown uslde for some irregularity, and new bid6 are to bo called far, which will delay tin work about a month. A number ol Philadelphia, Pittsburg and Now York Hy contractors visited tho proposed -Ho last Friday aftornoon, bo a? to to belter prepared to bid mtelligontly on the work. Tho production of nnthracitn coal in Pennsylvania, during the mouth o' July, was 4,641 too, as compared with 5.0iiJ,U34, for the corresponding period ot 11107, ehowioga loss of 1,127 52S tons. Too total production for tho sever mouths of this year is .17 2iUl.'JH tons to .'18 GOO. 2GB tons to tho corresponding daln of 11107, showing a decrease of 1, :!!lt;..H7 tons. If Honpsdale ever could bo said t- havo had a street gamin, after thn pat t?rn ot Victor liugo's Oavroehe, Aloic, or "Klky" Shaspiro certainly filled tht bill. A son of Harnet Shaipiro, of Ltd) -w jod Lane, ho was unu of our first Btreoi boot blacks and general mrspeiigers, i eood ball player, as tho gimo ran then and an all round handy b jy, useful in hundreds ot ways and not much mure uisjhiovous than tho averjgo Wlnlo Hill a youth ho wont to Now Yjrk, and ih) u:xt board of him was thit ho had n irriod, and was on the high mad to fortuno according to some because ho nal mirriol a rich wife but as the ivint proves, bactuso ho bad in himself tho elements of success. It is noirly thirty years ainco ho left HonosJale, n i twelve years siuco ho has boon a viitor here, but himsalf and brother Saul i.ro now making u week's visit with their aged piroots on Lvlywoid Lino, and ara bsing warmly wolcoud by their old-ti,n') friends. The oldar. iVioxaador, or ' Klky," is tho proprietor ot a rlno furnishing g.iods establishment at 124 Canal etrset, New York, and Saul is employed at 4115 Fifth avonuo. Bwides tho twj il j-fslile gunss, reportod in nnothor column, the Oata' sauqua balU;toam had a cintist with the Uawloy club on Friday, mi tho grounds of the lattor, winning out by a ecoro of S to 4. Tho gim-5 was notablo for orrora on Doth sides. On Sunday aftaruoon tho visitors woro badly, bait on oa tho Waito Mills grounds by tho loeil team, tho scoro standing !i to 1 in favor of tho homo team at th; close. Tho attondanco at tbo latter gamo was very largo, many coming up from fiaw ley, and tho train from Uoaosdalo bo ing crowded to its utmost capacity, be sides tho Urge number who mado tho live-milo trip to the grounds by auto mobile and othor privnto convoyanc-is. Ilowovcr invincible tho Catasauqua team may bn elSowhero, it is evident that it is out-classed by tho principal clubs in ibis neck o'woods. Tho players aro a nico lot of boys, bowovor, und mado thomsolvos very agroeablo, social ly, wbilo hero. Oa Tnursday ovoniug, through tho courtesy of Managers Dittrich, ot tho Lyric, and Murray, of tho Murray-Mucsoy Co., thoy occupied four boxos at tho theatro. Tho Hawlcy earn, with llattlur as ettcn t, journey ed to Port Jetvis on Siturduy and wero whitowashod, tho Ports ptltiitr up nine runs to their string ot gooso eggs, Thk Citizen, a few weeks ago, gavo an account ot tbo Bt. 1don douth in Now York city of Charles H. Sears, of Scran ton, son ot tbo luto Justus dears, of Prompton, this county. Urovor 0, Soars, his son, through his attorneys, has bagun an action in equity ngamst the Scranton Trust C impiny, oxoeuUr uador the last will mid testament of Cbarlos II, Sjars, and Mary K, and Divid Sears. Qroror Sotrs dsslroi aa accou-iliug of tbo pirtnorihip whieh ho entered into with his father, in J tnuary of last yoar. Thero are, he alleges, several properties which he owned with his father as tho proprietors of tho grain and feed mill nt Clittk's Summit, lis claims that ho has been doniod nn accounting and an acknowledgment of tno partnership by tho oxecutor anl tho widow, Tho Fallsdalo Oroamery, gathering its milk produc(s from Oregon and Da mascus townships, must havo dono a pretty good business in Juno, uotwith-, standing tbo drouth, its pijroll for the mouth having boon t l,CW. . -The. famous big olm troe on the Bethany road, Just out of town, which is known to navooeen aianumar.. evm. 111 UUUriKlU l kllUlJD. -n vuuw"... aa woll as oruvnental. On Monday lust lionry Kent, a former Dy ben y resi dent but now ot Carbondalo, assisted by Mortlnior U. Lavo, of Bathony, took from Its lofty top tho third Bwarm ot boos which ho has hivod therefrom within the past two years. Mr. Kent's method ot reaching the retroat of the bees is creditable both to bis ingonulty and bis courage. To an ordinary climb er tho crown ot the big elm is entirely in-tccessiblo. For fifty foot or moro thu immense trunk rf without a limb and its drat branches aro of themselves larger than avorago trees. To reaob one of those, Mr. Kent places the long- oat extonsion ladder ho can get agaioat thu body of tho tree. Then, carrying with him a long, etout rope, ho mounts almost to tho topmost rung, and from that vnntago point casts an ond ot tbo ropo ovor tho lowest braoch. Then grasping the ends of tho rope he swings clear, und hauls himself band over hand to the limb, standing on which he is ablo to throw his rope over another limb higher up, and so on, until he reaches tho hollow proemptod by tho hoes. Tno swarm securod on Monday I ist was a largo and valuablo ono, and tvill well repay him for tbo troublo and danger of its capture. Conductor Far roll's Dal. & Hurt, froight train on tho lionoadalo branch, ran into Conductor Ward's pasaonger train, at Panther Bluff, last Fridaj cvuuiiig, Inflicting some domago to both, Hid causing a delay of about throe noure boforo traffic could bo resumod. The passougers wero somewhat frighten ed when tho shake-up occurred. Budd's, at Beach Lake, eooms to be i fuvorito resort for city guests and ionosdalo visitors, the latter especially )n Sundays. Tbo hotel provided dinner last Sunday, to over forty guests. The annual convention ot tho Wuyno County Woman's Christian fotiipcrance Union will be hold nt Haw- ley, on Wednosday and Thuraday, Sopt. llith and I'll). Madam Burakat will iddices tbo convention. The first annual ball of thn stage employocs ot tho Lyric Theatre will b' ivon in Lyric hall, on Friday ovening, Aug 21st. Tickets, gontloman and lady, U cents; extra lady, 2.1 cents. The Sunday schools of Bethany Itiliyvillo and Cold Spring will uuito in i picnic in S. U. Wilmartb'a grove, on Wednesday, Aug. lll.h. Tho Ssvon-Couoty Veteran's He- union, which takes in the old soldiois it Lackawanna, Luzerno, Wyoming. Bra iford, Susquehanna and Woyno in hi. S.ato, and Broome county, N. Y , "ill this year tako tho shape of an an mat outing at Luna Park Picnic Uro inds, S;ranton,on Wednesday next, August l'.lth, 10US, commencing at 10 o'clock, a M , and continuing until 11 v. m. Prominent speakers are annouocod tod lino music will bo furnished by the Luna Park band and tbo Kir a QriOin Iru a corps. A general invitation it- ixtonJed to the public, and whilo plen- y of lunch will bo obtainable on tht roi-nds, excursionists aro privileged to an y their own baskots. Or. B a:hormnrhorn, the health of- licial of Honcsdalo, reports twelve ioaths nnd ton births for tho month of luly, for this district, No. U2I, which includes Uonesdalo, Texas, Berlin and O.i' (on, and district No. '.1.25, which in hides Prompton borough. V now grango was organizod in tJirlin township, last weok by W. W liikjr, ot Umeslalo, Master of l'jo)- oa (Irange. It starts out with a goodly membership, and is to bo known as Welcome Grange. Its officers aro os follows: K K. Maugar, Master: II. K Mitchell. Ovors;sr: J. 11 Bionoll, Ljcturer: Wm Garrett, stowird. with Horace Uoo ner. Assistant: Mrs. Anna Mitchsll. Chiplain; J. A Uartman, Treasurer; Ytisi uiay Coolis, sacretary; Uorace Ujxter, Goto Keeper; Mra. Mary Gar rett, Cores; Miss Amy Coolis, Pomona; Mm Anna Uartman Flora; Miss Mar tha lsoemer, Lady Assistant Steward. Tho hotels and summor boarding houses ot Beach Lake are filled with city guosts, maiuly from New York; and Brooklyn. It is reported that two largo board ing houses, for tho accommodation of summer guests, uro to be eroctod in Beach Lako, nt an early date. Tho Shoemakers' Union, of Uones dalo, will run an excursion to Lake Lo dore, on Tuesday, August loth. On the evening of tbo 17th there will be a grand pir ado ot tbo shoomakcrs, headed by tho 1 InneBdalo Band and tbo Moplo City Di urn Jarps, accompaniod with fire works, and followed by a grand con cert on tbo vacant Del. and Hud. lot, iiouih ot tbo town hall. James K. Henehow, of Dyberry, Had n valuablo bull struck and killed by lightning, while in tbo pasturo, dur ing tbo storm ot Aug. 4tb, ltiellor & Sons, of Tanner Falls, lost one of their bast team horses, Aug, Slh, it being found dead in tho stall, - Trout bavo sullerod soveroly in this county, during tho past two monthB, owing to prolonged drouths. Many of tbo fish, caught in holes in tho brooks, nnd unablo to escapo, havo fallen vie lima to pot hunters and animals. It will seriously aftoot trout fishing next mi lion, -Ollicers ot tho Lackawanm rail ro'i 1, a' Hcrantou, H'.atothat an averago if -'ii foreigners uro weokly loavu g fill iioi'tion fur the old c uatry. - 'The Kosigu," nt Waymart, ia en teriaining sitno thirty summer guests, with additional numbers ovory Sunday. Clapf. Baker's pleasant bomo is also car i ig for a goodly number. One of our loctl attorneys is tbo pos lessor of a dog ot questionable boo est, if wo may judga from tho fact that one day tact week ho anoikod into a in "at market cn Main street, nnd help ol liims-lf to a genornus chunk ot beuf, Tbo butcher promptly visited tho la yor and told him tho story ot his loss, but without revealing tho ownership of thn thieving cur. "What shall 1 do to ge,t event" asked tho market man ' Mako tho owner of thn dog pay for tho diunaga dono ' promptly rospondod tho attorney, "Well, it was your dog, Baid tho butcher, "mid I figure my loss at :!." "All right, I'll pay," roturnod tho lawyer, "My feo for iho advice given you is 5, We will apply the 1 on account, and I will tako too balanco out In meat, wnlch was very goner ous of him, when you como to think that he might havo valued his legal sor i vices at tlu, "Mohon" is a rare name in Wayne county: Buckingham and Texas town ships, eo far as we know, being the only localities where it has appeared in the census for many years. Taking the possible chance, however, that these families may have been related to or know something about tho Patrick or John Mabon (or McMahoo) referred to in tho following letter, and belioved to havo lived In this section, we givo the communication a place. A private let ter to the odltor of the Pittston Telo- graph states that its writer, John Mahon, a nopbew of the parties above named, is the custodian of over a million dol lars' worth of mining stock left by bis unoles, which he ia very anxious to properly dispose ot: 'tl.000 Bkward for Information dur ing life and place ot residence at time ot tnetr aeatn ol John manon ana rat rick Mahon (or Mc) or tho wife, as one was married. Had no children. The other did not marry. They came to this Stato in tbo fifties and have been dead a number of Tears. They wero interested in mining and lumber, etc. I offer $C00 reward to tho person giving me this in formation ot the right parties, also $500 to the editor tnrougn wbuee columns i gain the information desired. All Penn sylvania papers please copy. Address John Mahon, G10 North Jackson Ave nue, Clinton, Illinois. The Cherokee Indian base ball team filled an engagement at Port Jervis yes torday, with what result we have not yot heard. As the oavagea won 101 out ot 120 games played in 1907, and have been victorious in all matches thus far played this season, it ia probable that thoy also took th-s scalps of the Port Jcrvisites, among which is that of our old local favorite, Billy Miller. Tho In dians travol in their own Pullman oar, carry with them a band, a portable fence, a grandstand and a 50,000 candle power electric light plant. An Indian maiden, Maude Nelson, is a member ol tbo club, and pitches two ot tbo nine innings. Tho Stato Highway Department has already issued this year 3.000 moro au tomobile licenses than wore issued last year to the corresponding date, and ap plications are still being received at the rnto of 75 daily. A license costs 3, ond tho money goes into the department funds for general purposes. Damage by rats, mico ond rabbits i'gregates f 100,000,000 each year, it is .lstimatod by the Dopartmont ot Agri- ulturo exports. Tho department has teen experimenting on rabbit proof feacin?, trapping and poisoning, and finds that the three methods are all od, but have to bo selected with ri rrenco to particular localities O. M Spettiguo has tto contract ' r putting in the steam heating plant ind tho voutilnling apparatus for the -V?ly villo high school. -Tbo dwelling on 11th street, owned it Mrs. J. P. Chambers, and roco illy catcd by her, is being fitted up for l!i! use of two tenants. -A little comody not on tho program v .s a feature of one ot the Murray- Muckey ontortainments at tho Lyric last week. Detective Spencor having re- eivod a new pair ot haudcuffs just bo or o tbo evening performance began, i .s showing them to the loader of tht r -.liustra, Kevin O'Brien, whon by some i ins onoot tho pair was snapped nn 'i ' musician's right wrist. In tryit.g i unlock tbo bracelet, officer Spencei ir ike the koy, and overy oipodien' ir t-d for removing tbo iron proved una- ' ,iliug. The lime for tbeopooing over uro arriving, leader O'Brien was com- m lied to ply tbo bow with a bracclctod ir m. Beforo the performance closed, -vever, tho property man of the tht a tr-i had managed to fish from his stock keys ono which tortunatoly rolieved d -. O'Brien from his singular predica- n nt. -Ae-will bo Boon by tho official notice in another column, a change has beon in de in tho personnel ot the firm of Kuti timbers, by the retirement of thojun- id ' partnor, Samuel Katz. The business which has been conducted by William Jones F. and Samuel Katz, under tbo namo ot Katz Brothers for consider ably ovor thirty years, growing from e vi ry modest establishment to one of the Hi. cat department stores in this section nf the State, will be continued at the well-known stand under the old name, bj the remaining partners. The retir ing member is an energetic business man, specially trained in the mercantile calling, and has contributed largely to tho woll-earued and marked success ot tbo firm. Charles Glidden, ot Buckingham, has Bold his property in that town, with tho intention ot opening a hotel io Hancock. Tuesday's Scranton Tribune says tb it Robert Burns, who hails from Way no county, was arrested on Satur day night for dancing a jig on the root of a house in Penn Avenue, while so drunk that spectators momentarily ox prcted to Bee bim topple from the build ing. On being haled to a polico court ho professed deep contrition for his con dition and the foolhardy act which it bud prompted, end was let off with a fine of tio. letters uncalled for in the Hones dale postofllco: U F. Brown. Frank Cummlnes. John Courlae, P. W. urover, W, JNuugbton, w. a. I'arkor, Mrs. William tteinfurt. MIh Jennie Lenuon la thnKueatot Boran- ton relatives. Mim II. Payton.of Uuninore, t the eueat f lluneiiibiUi frienda. Ml. a Kale Pay ton, of Dunuiore, la vlait- nu,' Mia. P. M. Mi-Uowatl. Mr. and Mra. l.oula I.i-ai li, of Duumore, art, 111 Iloueadale, with frlbnda, Miaa Pearl Christian, of Carhondale, Il the KUeat of flont'Bdale relatlvea. MIji Floronoo Meliale, ot Arehbalil, li being entertained bv fioneidale tritindi, Mra. DenJ. Olypnant,ot Nanhawken, N. J., ia vlaltlug bur sitter, Mra. F. M. MeQow. an. Mr aud Mra. l,e.wlsLei'hand Miaa Ilslun Pelenz, of Duumore, are vlntlni; Uoneilulu frienda. Klli-rl P. Jouea, of Ariel, pil l Tin Citi. ken aauetuui a pluaaiut vlait ou Tu-ialay mornlug lust. -Miaa Ileryl Wenlz, of Wllkee-Uarre, Il Ihn itueat of her i-ouaiii, Mlai K. Loulae Lee, of Fuat afreet. Mr i. Mlehael Duma and aona, Horace and Itobert, of Heranlou, are yliltliiK rela tive! In ttili plane. Mr. and Mra. 11. C. Hand go to Manalteld, Ohio, next week, for a visit of some two wii'ka with relative!. -ltuv. Dr. Wm. U. f wilt preached In bit old church at Wilkes-Darre, laat Sunday, morning aud evening, Itnv. Itlohard lloberti will nonduet ser vice Iu the Hlko church on tbo coming Bab bath evening, Aug, 10th. Thn Muiuford family rc-unlon will be held In Carpenter'! grove, Uulondale, oa Wadliesday, Auguil Will. Millet Larlna and Adelaide Place, of Wilkei.Barre.havebeentheKueiUiot Honet- dale frlendt for aeveral dayt. -Meidamss Charlei W. Humphrey and C. E. Dowolng.of Carhondale, have Jilued the lummer colony at Beach Lake. M. M. tliiirhpa. ton Arnold, and dauuh - ten, Ituth aud Grace, are pasting a portion of the heated term at leach Lake. Mill Anna Hook, of Avoia. has as a guett Mill Mary Scotl, ot Ilonesdale. The Demmlni; family re-union will be held In Carpenter'i prove, at Pniondale, Susq. county, ou Saturday, Auk. 2-'i. Prank' Sohauer, of Sohmldt'a pharmacy, Bouth Scranton, It apendlng his vacation with frlendt In Hamllnton, thli county. Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Merrltt will leave thli morning for a vacation of tome three weekt at Gloucester and Newton, Mass. H. J. McCorjiIck, nf Olyphant, has leaied a cottage In Waymart, ami will oc cupy It with hit family for about a moc.th. Horaoe A. Lyons, of Olypbaut, la pnsa ing bit vacation at the borne of hit parents, Mr. and Mrt. John M, Lyons, of West Park ttreet. Miss Bessie Medland, ot Carbondale, who wai the guett of her aunt, Mrs. C. M. Belz, for about ten days, returned homo on Tuesday. lion, and Mrt. Geo. S. Purdy and Mra. Oils Avery, who have been at Atlantic City for tome tix weekt, aro expected home next Wednesday, Mrt. Geo. G. Johns, nf New York elty, will jiaia the remainder uf the moiilh with her parents, Mr, and Mia, O T, Chambers, ot 14th street. Mrt. John n. Smith left yesterday fur a vlilt with Mn. Charles llerdlck, n New York city, and rfrs. Fred. J, Stone, ot Wet Wimted, Conn. -W, Charles Hawker, of Iliinutdale, the oourt attendant. Is at the hospital of Or. Burnt, In Scranton, where he Ii to submit to an operation. Mr. and Mrt. W. II. Bullock, of Dyberry. are entertaining tbo latter'a ustci, Mra. Wm. H. Dingle and daughter, Mela, of Mont Clair, N. J. A marriage license was Issued In Mont rose, last week to F. W. l" n. II tr ford, Suiq. uounty, and Mrs. Nelli" M. ll ini- mell, of Bethany. Ilev, A. C. Olver, of Hones, Isle, a super annuated member of tho Iloueadale district. will preach In the M. K. church, on the comlUR Sabbath. Mr. and Mra. J. II. Sitter, of F.lmlra, N. Y., aro being entertained at the lininc of I. M. Betz. Mr. Siller is a New York Stale laclory Inspector. Mist Frances Slltcr, of Kliulra, N. Y , who was the cuest of Mrt. C. M. Helz, lor aeveral daya, ia now being entertained by llawley relatlvea. Mitaea Belle Cummlnes. Irene Mclvln and Tereta KeatlnK, of limeiin inn, near Sjranton, passed the last week at Like l,o dJieand Waymart. Albert L. Schuller, of Berkeley, ('alitor- tua, a former memberot the Hone bile b i- nail club, ia In town, enjoying a vi.lt iih frlendt and relatives. Mr. and Mra. Clauilc Olver arid daugh ter, of Caibondale, are at ore of Viiijik ,-ounty'a popular aumuier resorts, linicli Lake, for a two weeks' ou(ln. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Holmes, who hit heell in Maaaachuaetta and New Hainp-hili health resorta, for the past month, are e tectod home on ur about Aux, Kth. Mr. aud Mrs. F.dson II. Ulan I in. nf Sc m 'in, have been eiijjilii a vMt with th. loriner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry v llandiu, of West atteel, for several day . Mr. and Mra. Lot lug H. Gule, of Iti v,-- -lale-ou.the Huilaon, N. Y., arrived In t.,u-i, Sunday evening, miikiui: the trip ,n Ihci ,iwn auto. They are stopping at the AMei. ilouae. Mra. F. L. .Sail th and son, Hi, limy V Suiilli, of Fieelaul, I'a , and M'a. K iihi-tni-rilmuuda, of Drlftou, Pa, are i'tij iym :i veek'a outing at Fiilrvioiv L ie, near II i-v-I ' Married, In the M. K. parson ie, ,1, inancua, Auk d. 1008, hy the llev. .In.eph l nleuian, Miaa Kaly F Keealer to Oh-i urtier, both of ConUliii Hill, Diiui-cii-nwnahlp. ltev. a II. Merrill, of Oxford, N J., but formerly pastorof the Pieaiiyteriau i-liun h, of Bethany, preached iu the Prt'.liylci i i-i church, of ProviJciice, Li'k. county, list Sunday morning. Mi. and Mrt. Howard Knapp and Mr and Mra. Itobert Vannau, all ol Carbomlale, are enjoying a oauipltii: outing at Klk Like. Mr. Knapp ia an old-time Del. and llud. paaionger conduotor. Mra. N. E, Hause, wife of Nathan F, ilause, chief clerk'of the Auditor (ienerara office, HairlsburK, and daughters, Mai i inl and Frances, are making an extended visit ilb llawley relatives. Uev. Dr. M. D. Fuller, superintendent ot the Uoueadalediatrict of thu M. K. church, will deliver one of his popular lectures in the M.-E. church, of Beach Lake, on Satur day evening, Aug. Everett V. Spettlgue, of Hones lale, a theological student, will continue Io auppl) the pupllt ol the Episcopal church of 11 1 cat Bend until Sopt. Ist, when he will be suc ceeded by a permanent rector, ltev, I). V. Uwuilym. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Itlclimncd will leave to-morrow for their twenty-ninlh annua! outing at Bethlehem, N. H., atoppuiK over Sunday at Northlleld, Mass., to atli-ul the Moody conference. They ixpect to return about Oct. 1st. ltev. W. E. Davis, pastor of the M. E. church, of Waymart, conducted iho rclis lout services at the camp ot the Junior Order United American Mechanics, at Like Lodore, lait Sunday, owIuk to the enforced abience of Chaplain DeWltt. Mr. and Mri. T. B. Clark and daughter, Faith, will leave next weik for their annual visit with lelattvea aud frieuJa In Huston aud Bingham, Mass, They will make the trip in their own automobile, BtoppliiK at all the principal points of interest euroute, uud will be absent about two weeks. Wm. H. Heed, a son or 11 Duma Heed, of East street, and who c , c ,-1 m ihn reg ular array, in Scranton. -i i ear ago, being assigned to tbeH'ih I. infaiitiy, doing duty In Cuba, has received and honorary discharge, on account nf defec tive vision, and returned to his home in llonesdale. Thos. 11. Clark took a party of iiulo friends, last Sunday, to Montli-elln, th'iuce Io Liberty, Jefleraoiiville, Cucbectou, Mi lauvllte, and other poiuta, to home, They covered over 110 miles, and met with no mishap during the trip, The guests com prised Thos, M, Fuller, DuUoia II, Wchhui and Dr. E. T. Brown. J, J. Urelner, of Denver, Colorado, will paaa the coming two weeks at Keen's. He la a son of John M. I.'rcincr, foriueily of Prompton, and for yearsa mutter on Ihe old Del. & Hud. rjravlty ltailioud. I-or many years he has been a reaideut nf Den ver, and emjiloyed as a paaaeiigcr conductor ou one of the rallrobda running nut of that city. navllah T. Justin, of Lake Conn, ma le a business vlait to Uoueadalu iu thu early daya of the week, and Incidentally paid Tn a Citizen office a call. Mr. Justin served throughout the civil warm the UUh N. Y. Knglnoert, and It to-day one of the youngest looking and best jireaerved veterans In the county, notwithstanding the fact that he recently underwent a moit heroic and dun gerout surgical operation In the Slate Hos pital at Borantou. Henry T, Varooe uvliltlnx relatlvea and frienda In llonesdale and vicinity. Ho la one of Tin CiTftiN's graduate! Iu the priming bualneaa, and li now employed iu a large printing and engraving establish ment in Ulngbamtou. Ho relates that lie recently met L. U, Barniiiu, who was l'nn clpalof the Uoneadale ichoola for aevcnil years during thu aeventiea, and that Mr. lUrnuiu liuiulred after various residents of our borough who were then proiuinuul Hon. Wm. 0. Norton, of Aliletivllle, hat been appointe! hy lloveruor 3tuirt one of the deleeUei to represent the State at the , l'.'rmer- Nation.l C'onRreu to be held at Madison, Wis., on Thunday, Sept. 2lih, T The Ilawtet Time. In Its account of the 1 M"orw uaitue concei i receuuy given in that borough, pays the following compll- incut to two llonesdale uiuilclnni i "Mist Julia Storm., of llonesdale, It a promising performer mi the piaun, and wai well re ceived. Miss MHbel Broad, another Ilouea dale lady, well-known here aa a teacher of the piano, played the accompaniment!. The accompaniment II the foundation ot every thing Iu concert. Mln Broad't work could be relied upon every time and wat In ex ipiltllii form." Miss Bessie Bellamy Ham, one of the tialned nurse attendants Iu the children1! ward nt tho Itnosevelt Hospital, New York Is spending a three weekt' vacation with her parents, Mr, and Mrt. Wm. II. Ham, of Court nnd 9th streets. One ot her recent patients was a little seven. yeir old Tuck hoe, N. Yglrl, whose gratltudo for kind treatment received found vent In the fol io" Ing unique letter, which Is given litem atlm "Dear Nurse 1 will wilie you thlt letter knowing that you have my letter 1 am home over mv own house and 1 came Wedensdav hotuc I hud to go home Tuesday and It was a itnrtn day and I couldn't go home. I am not belter, I wonder know how you feel aud how does Miss Clark feel and toll Mlsa Clark I hut I am asking for her and Mill McWeu feel and ti ll Miss McWeu that 1 am asking lor her and Miss llerwash how she feel aud tell her I am asking for her and tell all the nurses tint I know please tell them that 1 am asking for them and 1 wonder know hniv is Dr. Snmmis gelling along aud sols Dr. Smith tell Dr. smith tnat lam a. king lor httu Hessle are ou Iu hospital yet If you are iinswi r my letter because I wonder how nii are, From Lucy Hich, this letter come Irom Lucy Hich. 'V our loving il'ter, Luoy Hu h, Tuekahoe, N. Y. Box 1st Lucy Hich. (londhy fium slater to Bessie Bellamy Ham. Answer.'" Mlsa Susan E. Dickinson, the graceful writer of tho ' Peisonal and 1'ertlnenl," notes of the Scranton Times, treats Hones dalc talent very kindly In last Thunday'a tssue of that journal. She aaya: "People, are late, itille frequently In life. In coming Into their own s aa wo often phrase recognition of gift or talent. I have Eieeu reminded of this hy the fact thai while a good many Hont-sdalera were aware that William 11, Haul could painl line Ian), espe pictures, as onoot them expreassd II incidentally some years ago to a newcomer in Ihat prclty borough, be his fallel in figure in the list of artists and other people note u-tio can do things over iu the county town ol Wayne. It was only very recently that u prominent iltlzeri ol that borough, probably 1 1 connection with some mention uf Mlsa Jennie Hrownscouibo'a exquisite lialutlng-, spnk" to F. O Megargee, of tin, llrm of Megargee Ill-others, of Mr. Ham's line sketches and Unlshed pictures, bolh in oils and water colors, of many picturesque Wayne county's most charming tceuery. As meruit Mr. Megargee has secured aev eral nf Mr. llam'a landscapes In oils and Is lo be thoioughly congratulated on theli pcse'sicn, It is purely owing lo Mr. Uam's having for I hem many years kept bit talent u ih bin kground while devoting hlmsell 10 bii.iuu-s interests and his present duties ns Ju-llce nf ihe peace that other conuots reurs id at I in this city have not known oi him nnd his ability and performance aa an iitist. home time ago 1 remember thai M'-s I'urrie L. l'elersou, widely known a. Ihe energetic president of Honesdale'a fa mom Town Improvement Association, sji a fi ol .Mr. Hum's "bitsof landscape" Iu u Hiul.wol the art aud jawelry store Ihn e'ie has successfully carried ou ever sine, 11 -r LiMier'a decease, und lo It came aboui that Iheie are Hnneadtile homos which can hoi-t themselves of ownership of some of llee." .n Memoriaia. .-olon S. Pomroy, editor of the Sullivan ouiiiy Democrat, published at Callleoon, ' Y , died Aug. .1, 1I1IIS, of paralysis, utter i shut t nines aged l years, 10 months an i I days Ho whs u native nf Oeneaaecoun v, X. Y. During his life time he was the wner and publisher of aeveral papera. Po iMcallj In, w.is a Democrat. He ltaurvlv d by his wile. His remains wero taken In N'cigua Falls, Canada, for Intorme nt. Sistei Mary Boniface, of Scranton, know o Hie world as Jane M.givern. died in S Pnliiik's convent, Olyphant, Aug. ll.llitl .Mcr a "lini I Illness, aged Gl years, 7 month nid II days She was a daughter nf Mi oil Mi.i lisnl'd Megivein, of Pleaaant Ml. nil n-c nod ihn habit nf religion from Ih minds of light Ilev. Bishop O'H-ira, C "crniilon, m Siiiquehaiiua, Feb a, is;.' vinn utter she was assigned to Scranton, ' here she Ini the Hist Utile took part 111 tin .eieiiinny ol rtligiutts profession, Aug. 14 1-71. Hi r n main were Interred In the sis ters plot in St. Hose's cemetery, Carbon dale. Mrs. Susan (Congir) Hamilton, of Brook h ii, N. Y., relict of Ihe late Hichard Ham litem, fennel- pieaideut of the Bowcrj H ink of New York city, died atheriuin tnei home at Point-o -Woode, Long Island on Friday last, fche Is survived hytlnee daughter. Mra. William Torrey, Mra. Louis Street, and Miss Sophie Hamilton. Th lulu ml services were held at Point (' Woods on Monday afternoon last, aftei wflcli lh remains wcie luken lo Brooklyn where interment waa inside in Greenwood ceineteiy. Deceased was a sister ot H. J. Conger and Ihe laic Mrs. fsaao N. Foster, and an aunt of Mrs. It. W, Ham, (if Church -tree!. Klin was all occasional viailor to llonesdale, where she had many personal friends. Mr. Conger and Ills daughter, Miss Dora M , nf this place, attended thu funeral. William Box, an old and respected resi dent nf Bethany, died in that borough on Saturday Inst, August Sth, l'.HH, of angina pectoris. Mr. Box was born iu Marhaui Church, Cornwall, England, In and was mi ye-ii. il month and 18 daya old at tho limu uf Ina death. He ivaa three timea married. His Urst wife was Mary Buck; the second, Julia Hopkins, and the third Mrs, Mary E. Tollman, who survives him Ills surviving children aro Klizibuth, wife of L. II. Bigelow, of Denver, Coloralo; Ida, wileof John lloir, or Wiyne, Nebraska; II ittlc, wife nt It II. Couklin, ot Huh, Wayne county, and Florence, wifuot J, W. Hodie, of Bethany. Mr. Box came to this country ttriy-aevon yeara ago, and aettlsl on a farm in Dyberry township, which he cultivated for over half a center v. Twelve years ago In moved to Bethauy, aud lived iu Ihat pretty vilUxd until his death. He was a uumuIht of the Bethany M. E. church formtuy years, tin 1 was always regardel aa an honest and upright citizen, a goo I neighbor, and worthy ot general respect. Hols suriivol by two brothers, Henry W Box, Ihe eminent attorney. at-law, of But- f ilo, N. Y,, mil Tnoiu is Box, of Clemo, this count); also hy one sister, Mrs. M try Browui of Whi'e Mills. Trie funeral aervices were held in U-thauy, on Tuesday, August lltli, Ilev. W. il. Signer, of the M K. church of-lli-ialiug. Saratoga Springs and Lako George. Outings via tho Dol, A: Uud., August I Tub und Hi h. Furo, 5 00 j children, halt fare. Special train will leavo Wilkcs-Birrii ot 7:im A M i Scranton 7.H A si j Ourbondulo, 8:30 A. SI , Au guat 1 r, Tickets aro also good on regular trams August ISth and lGib. Good on any train roturning within ten daH. S'ATl-rios recently compiled by tho British Highways Protection League show tnat them wero !i;)j uutoinobilo accidents in Uroat Brituiu in 1907, and peoplo lost their lives and 075 woro injured as a result. OITending motor ists to tho number of Z.270 were sum moned tn court tor the accidents aud minor olfouccs, und ot this numbor 2. OIG were convicted. The number of automobiles regieterod in tho British Isles is fuily-llve thousand. This would show that ono in ovory twenty-two ha d dono somothingillegal. Wnoo a driver is convicted twicolus liceuso isrovoked The now long Gloves, in rJilk and Kid can bo had at iuKNNHK & WJ.'d. 6tti Mr. ilryon hag picked th o Mayor of Urnutia lurinoiiovorooranip oi Nebras ka. It is (juito possitdo that Iho people will do a little pIoKinK on (heir owu no couutlaler on. QUALITY LADIES' LIGHT WEIGHT WOOL SUITS and SEPARATE JACKETS AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES. These garments you will appreciate during vacation time, especially in the cool evenings of August and September. fliniiiniraiiiii sale or SUMMER DRESSES, WASH SUITS, and SEPARATE SKIRTS. KATZ BROS. YOUR INVITATION If vou have never had any dealinas with us, olease to considerthisan in vitation to aive us a trial. Farmers & Mechanics' Bank, HONESDALE, PA MENNER & CO.'S STORE UP-TO-DATE Summer Goods FOR 1908 Stylish. Nobby and Comlnrtable Wash Suits All Shades. Walking, Traveling and Evening Separate Skirts. N'cv,' Spring and Summer Single Jackets. Black and Leading Shades. Jumper and Shirt Waist Wash Dresses. Newest Styles and Colors. Fancy Styles in Tailor-Make Shirt Waists at enner & Co.'s Dept. Stores. Sterling- AUG. luth. Noit Saturday, August 15th, is tbo day tor tbo regular meeting ot l'ost lih'J (i. A, h and they nnd the Odd Fellows and tho 1'. U b. ot A. will bavo a picnic, whon a good social time is anticipated, and we hope it will not bo a game ot nail lor tne small ooyB. A number of young ladies camped at tbo Kirks ut tbe Paupack last week. & I'crcy Museraves latber was buried last week. Mr. Musgrave will go tr, Now York City to morrow, and perhaps remain somo timo wiln his urotner-lii-luw, Charles Ferguson. Miss Uollistur baa quite a large olass ot young ladies taking music lessons every Friday, ai A J. Cross's. Next Sunday afternoon at three o'clock a young man will speak in tbe church in tbe interest ot tbe unti-'uloon league, nnd everybody is invited to be present. In tbe morning Rev. Edward McMillan has promised to give us a twonty minute sermon," but we aro willing to give bim too minutes more grace, and, judging from the past, wo are not sure of tho "Amen" evon then. Tho Salem and Sterling boys plaod ball on tbo 8.b, and although tho Stir, lingites wero dofeated previously, they were victorious this time. Although they have io preaching at Joricbo, they do hive a very intecrBliug Bunday school. Arnold Germon, a grandson of A, C Mogargle, was given a pleasant surprise by a number of his young compumons on tbe evening of tbe 7(b. Tbe Ladies' Aid Bociety will meet at Mrs. Walter Musgrave's on Wednesday next. Mrs. Qeurgo Sniffer, ofBtroudaburg, is sponding a few day s with bor parentB, Mr. and Mrs. Novillo. Thirteen days, to an hour, from the commission of a murder to tbe sen tencing ot tho murderer to death, is the latest record of "Jersey justice," It is to bo commended for approval aud envy to the consideration of those who justly complain ot tbe law's delays. Auk for Allen's Knot Earn. A powder for twollr-n, tlrwl, Inir lout. Hamuli, arnt HI IKK hut, iiuart- Alio rn-r Haiiiiilaof Ilia KOOT-KBI HAMTAIIT (klllN. I'a ii, a new invention. Aaureaa, Alien . Olmite&d, Leltoy, N. Y, When the haliy It i ron and hat ynu wor. rlexl and worn you will llud that u Utile (lamuweat. Din well known remedy lor liahlrt aud children, will qulst Ihti Utile one In a tliort time. Tbo Inxredlenl. am print. Ml plaliilron Ihehollle. (kiutaliu uooiml. tt, bold by 1'Elh, The UrugKltt. ITIIIKf. IU Hawley ALU. 11th. The Catasauqua base ball team played with the llawley boys on Athletic field last Friday ; the Haw- I f V f ( 11 1 1 1 ImlfN. Anta-n, Ir. - A I to 5. Kvervtlilntr naeeed Dleasantlv In the game until oue of the visitors took ofTeuoe from some trifling Inoldent and gave vent to a volley of language nnbe oouilng to a gentleman and very disgust ing to those who were witnessing the game. The Right Uev. E. A. Garvey, Bishop of Altoonu und Monslgnor J. Boyle, vloar geuerul uf the diocese, were guests of ltev. I'. :. Winters und F. P. Walih at the parochial resideuoe last Wednes day. Mrs. Julia Hloooiir and daughter, Adelaide, of New York, are visiting tn town. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller and niece, Dorothy Miller, of Kastou, and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Heberllng, of Greentown, I'lke oouiity, uncut Sunday ut tbe resi deuoe ot F, I'. Gilpin. A great many from Hawley attended the ball game ut White Mills, Sunday. Ten ladles from Duinnore, uli members of the Twentieth Century SewlngOlrele, spent last Thursday as guests of Mrs. D. Hiuguaui. Mrs. Win. Nell aud daughter. Irene. visited Borantou frleudi a tew days last nei-a. Miss Helene Bishop, r.f Uonerdale, Is vliltltig relatives In town. It. W. Kelly, ot K mbles, left Monday morning for a two weeks' visit with re latives In M loun.au. Mr, aud Mrs. Klefe, of New York, are vlsltlug at the Koblinun Hotel. Mrs. M. F. Languu, of Port Jervis, is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, latum Haggerty, of Marble Hill. Mrs. W. O. Douey Is spending a few ilaj with her daughter, Mrs. W. A. (Juluney. Charles Lange, ot New York, spent Sunday Iu town. Mitt Nellie Tutblll, of Port Jervis, Is vltltiug ut the home ot her parents, Mr, aud Mrs. G. I). Tutlilll. Mimes Anna Keleber and Teresa Me Auilruw, of New York, are Iu Hawley for threo weeks. Huuiun-r cuiiiplalnti und othor terlout all iiieiiln i-uiuruoii in hot weather van lie irao ed m Ihn tioiuai-li nine timet out of ten. Keep thu tloiuuiih III good order right now hy keeping a hnttleof Kodol handy in Ihe bourn all Ihe Utile, hut t-iieeially during tin. luunlli. TakuKoilul wheuev,ryou feel Ihat you need It. That It the only lime you need Iu lake Kodol. Juit when you need II i tin n you will not ho troubled with tour jluiuaih, hnU-hliiB, gat on Iho ttouavh. hlualliiK, dyii,i.l uud ludle.llou. Hold hy I'K.ll.Tno llr.ninl.t. ,.L'Jf;.'.l-".,.!,.!,"v' IX'iHIit. Ilonetdale, I'a tifUCK lllll.'IIM-ii a, v. (5r, u. Any ovruuiK hy uhpoiutmnoL (,'ilisout' phouoU, Jk-aldeuue, No, H X, v