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1HK HONESDALE CITIZEN; THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, K()8.
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as second clin mall matter.
CENT A WORD COLUMN.
11 u L 3 .,iBnn Inner with JobU Wall'
maker. Philadelphia, will b- In llouesrfale
Ibe ween nt-ginning Juiy mu.
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Citiii' tire!. Ennulre of IUonts
8MAU. Ill Main itreet, lloncedale.
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urtmliiw HftM.na nt fl. Walt f. itl
Unl stadnof Totlland Ceinent and Bewer
l'lpe 01 li. wail s.
Our Sllrer Crt-emt It I be bett on the markel
and will mam- our mrer mine. -
Cut glaai and I'rontli glait. odd plecei and
socouas, a uww iuk.
At Peterse fc
WALL PAPKR. IwrdeM and artlitlo dec
orations. In great variety, and of the latctt
natlrrna. Painting and paper banging in
the best el If. JOHN (IKItllY. hot lit
Becond band furniture for isle, cheap, at
307 lblh ilrwt. Alto cnoiee plants, lernt,
etc., for nale, cheap, at 307 lilh itreet.
for Mule Oullts In great rarletv of ml
term, with lancy work of vanoili tlyles.
urn. I. N. Korinan, 10, touage tirrei,
Personal and Impersonal-
Thcro was a large attendance oo
tbogolf grounds, on tba afternoon of
tho4th. Bupper and o most excellent
ono wtw served to 1.11 members.
It ia decidedly unfortunate that a
man's obituary notice always comes too
lato to get bim a job.
The Cottage and Cliff streets Im
provement Association, of lionosdale,
will hold a Bhoro dinner and datiro at
Bunnell's Like, oo Friday evening,
July 17th. First table at 8 o'clock.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles T.
Bentley, of North Main St., on Wednes
day, July 8th, 1903, a ten pound daugb
Tho East lionosdale Improvement
Society netted t?10 by their recent dance
Tho young pooplo bad a dance in
tho Golf Club liouso. lost Friday even
ing, somo thirty participating in tho
Tho alarming doath rato by con
sumption in tbo slate region of North
ampton county is attracting attention.
At least ninety per cent, of tbo recent
death a in that section bavo been caused
by tuberculosis. This fact is all tbo
more surprising when it is considered
that tho air and water are exceptional
ly pure in these mountain town.
From reports so far received from
throughout tho Btato by tho departmen t
of Agriculturo, unusually fioo crops of
bay, wheat, corn and apples are expect
ed to bo gathered in Pennsylvania this
The Pennsylvania Educational As
sociation mot at Btato Cjllcgo this year,
the three days' sasiions closing to-dy.
The attendance baa been unusually
large, and a floo program was carried
Many fraternal bsneflcial organlzi-
itions will be surprised to learn that they
are exempt from paying the four mills
3tato tax on investments, a .law having
been papscd tbreo years ago exempting
bom from such payment.
-The Misoni of tbo State of Wash
kton hire plicnl a bin on tho liquor
yainoss as a rrraiw of livelihood for
embers of tho orJor. Th9 Grand
flgo, at a recent nnotiug, inido an
Ironclad rutiug prohibiting trains in
whisky by M nans within its jurislic-
tion. Hereifter to engago in the liq-ior
trifJl; is to ornmit a .Hwni; ollirm,
punishable by oxpuUijn, from which
there shall ba no appeal.
Lettors uncalled for in the Ilooes
dalo post ofllco:
Mrs. John Addams, Goo. Conners,
Miss L. Uoltborn, I.twsou M'f'g Co.,
Grant. A. Miller, E B. Mosber, Mrs.
Lewis M. Kobotbum.
It will probably bo an item of nows
to most readers that postmasters are
not compelled to make change when you
mako purchases at Uncle Barn's ofllco.
This ia a queer rule that not one in a
thousand persons know. Buyers of
stamps or any purchasers at a post ofllce
must furuieh their own chaDge; that is,
the postmaster could insist on tbo buyer
furnishing his own change if be sees fit
to do so; but usually tho postmaster is
glad enough to got rid of his "chicken
feed," and ho is always willing and
ready to accommodate tbo public by
making all tho cbsngo it asks for. If a
man wishes to buy W) cents' worth of
stamps and has but a silver dollar, be
would bo compelled to buy a dollar's
worth of stamps or go and get his silver
dollar changed or do without the stamps
it tho postmaster was stubborn and re
fused to mako change for bim. This is
the law and a queer ono, so many think
And postmasters aro not compelled to
take more than 25 pennies at one time
if they do not wont them.
At tho flvo o'clock Bright Boar
Service, next Sunday aftcrnouu, Dr
Wm. II. Bwift will speak upon the topic
"What is this Community's Greatest
Ofllcor N. B. Sponoir picked up a
hobo on Monday morning last and tak
ing him bsforo Justice of tbo Peace
Bobert-Ar Smith, preferred a charge of
(ramping and bogging, on tbo strength
of which tho Wonry Willie was locked
up in jail.
Callicoon, receives 12.831 CO and
Tusten, fl 5U2 21 in the distribution of
the Sullivan county, (N. V.,) highway
moneys this year.
Tae Unitod Stitoj Dapartmont of
Agriculturo hai issued a pamphlet of
warning objut tho White Pins Blight
which has appoared in New England,
and some of the Middle Btutes. It says
that in Now York tho eastern part of
tho State is affected,
In Pennsylvania the law gives tho
podestrian the right of way ovorthe
automobile and if there is anything
left of tbo pedestrian after tbo chauf
feur gets through with bim, bo may as
sort the right.
Tbo Adams Exprosx Co. recently
had a sale of unclaimed packagoe at its
Altoouu ofllco. Oao individual inado
a lucky investment for 35 cants, when
a suit case was knocked down to bim,
Upon breaking ic opon ho was most
agreoibly surprised to nod in tt, wrap
pod up in a pioco of nowspaper, (125 in
goo J 'currency of tbe realm, besides a
full sot of burglar s tool, lie has not
yet announced what be will do with
Tho Frank A. Itobbins, so called
circus which exhibited hero on Baturday
wm an unmitigated fake and fraud from
tbo first poster placed on the bill-boards
to the pulling of tbs last tent staice.
Nothing, substantially, that was prom
isod in tho advance announcements was
done; and very tittle tbat was done at
all was well done. Tbe showmen came
hero with a fake story of a wreck which
had destroyed much of their specialty
apparatus : but later explained tbat tbo
management had eont to headquarters
about half of the show on account of
bad business. Yot notwithstanding this
confession of their crippled or inefficient
condition, they had tbo nerve to charge
tho hundreds of pooplo who had been
allured bv their Ivine statements to
tramp through the mile of dust ro Free
thy's flats, just double thi almittanoe
foe demanded in all other towns. In
stead of ten and twonty-flvo eontu for
tickets as elsewhere, here tbey were
twenty-five nnl Ufty; insteod of ten
cents for reserved seats, tho cnargo was
twenty-fire, and tho commonest palm
leaf fans were sold for ten cents. There
was no apology even, for an elophant.
and tho few moth-eaten beasts tbat were
put on exhibition were so forlorn in ap
psaranco at to excite pity or dorieion
rather than interest. Tho di'gusttng
antics of four or five degraded monkeys
wero better adapted for exhibition in a
tenderloin jungle than a civilized com
munity, and their noar relatives tbe
tbreo alleged clowns, instead of provok
ing laughter, drovo most of their audi
onco into a settled rx-!ancho!ia. Tho
three cowboys, hoaded by "Nebraska
Bill," wero so ludicrously bad as to bo
almost good It wni certainly amus
ing to witness Bill's frantic attempts to
jump through tho loop of his lariat, ro
reiving a whack ncrois tha face at cv
cry trial. As for turning the running
horses, it is doubtful if he could have
roped one if It were walking; and whon
t came to picking up the scattered rg
from tbe ground, while the bioncbos
were in motion, the rulo seemed to be to
miss twelve out of ovrry dr reo. In fact
f thero ever was n rank counterfeit bill
was ''Nebraska Bill." Such of the
sidysbows ai were not made up of tooth-le-H
snakes, fakirs mid gambler, were
composed of gumblsrs, fakirs and tooth
less snakes; but in lieu of the usual
canal woter and lemon peel generally
served as lemonade at only five cents u
glass, en) could got river water and
shavings for tho same price. The only
redeeming feature of tbo whole falui
wes tbe mcnago act of an old timer.
ho handled her handsome horse and
wbito doves very acceptably, but who
looked so decidedly out of place as to
suggest tbo old story of "Good Dog Tray
Caught in Bad Company. Tho weather
under the tents was simply stilling, and
it was small wonder tbat when finally
released from tbo fiery furnace, tbo on-
tire crowd bunched their criticism of tbo
show into tho ono cxprcesivo word.
Tho Unitod States in 19(17 produced
19 10(1 012 short tons of coal valued at
t-0U,K:U,MD. Great Britain's production
Of coal in 1908 was 299,9C9,Ct!9 short tons,
and Great Britain is tbo second coal
producing country in tbo world. Tbe
ci.il production of tho United States in
1907 exceeded by ISO 4S0 373 short tons.
or more than CO per cent., tbat of tho
British Isles. It was moro tban doublo
that of Germany, and was equal to 40
per cont. of tbo total coal productiou of
on. Charles B. Staples, President
Judge of tbo Pike-Monroe district, hoar
ing recently that a strong eilurt was bo
ingmado to securo a pardon fcr four
Luzaruo county men, who wero tried
and convicted for ballot box etufliug,
and sentenced by bim to a torm of im
prisonment, mado a u.roug pleu against
tb jir release, claining tbat the criminals
should serve out their eontonces. Tho
result was tbat tbo Board of Pardons
refused to act on the case, ltight.
Charles Markey, tbo down town
plumber, bas sold bis property, com
prising an aero of ground, bouse and
barn on Union Uill, to John Bodcmcr,
of West street. Possession to be given
Oct. l.'.th. Consideration, private
A Norwich, N. Y., butcher, having
hi i delivery wagon doalroyod in a col
lision with au auto, purcha-iod a hoarse
at a low rata, aal ouiauujoi to sorm
bis customers from it. Wonderful to
relate, ho lost bis trade at a most alarm
ing rata to him, but at last tho truth
dawned upon his thick intolloct, and bo
abindonod tba vehicle which bad bean
ussd for transporting boJios to come
torios, and is now looking for a now
and improved butcher's wagon,
Pennsylvania produces over f lB.Oiw-
000 worth of vogotnbles annually. Ouly
one other State makes a better show-
ng in tbo valuo of garden products.
Philadelphia county enjoys the rcputa
tution of being tbo second county in the
United States in tho average valuo of
garden produco psrucro, and Allegheny
county ranks fifth.
As tho season of thunderstorms is
on us, attontion is called to somo pop
ular orrors as to tbo danger from light
ning. A widespread belief is that dur
ing a thunderstorm safety may bo
found undor a beoch troo, and tbat tho
danger from lightning is 15 timos as
great undor a resinous treo and SO times
as groat uuder an oak. Careful obser
vatiou Bbows that this viow is entirely
without foundation. Tbo beoch is not
avoidod by lightning which solocts one
species as readily as another, but tbo
tullor trees in tho neighborhood appoar
to be tbo ones liablo to bo struck. Tho
effects of lightning aro also commonly
misundorstogd. Too cells of a t rco aro
not ruptured or torn by tba formation
of steam, as is often statod, but tbey
collapse, or shrink up, without tearing.
Tbe roots seem to escapo damage.
Orders have b-jen issued from Wash
ington for repainting of all the letter
boxes throughout the country a bright
rod. First grey was tried, then green,
and now tbe department decides that
these colors are not conspicuous enough
to attract attention of those looking for
them on tbo street.
Eight young men were ordainod to
tbe priesthood in Bt. Potor'd Cathedral,
Scranton, by Ut. Itov. Bishop M.J. uo
ban in tho prcsanco of a largo number
of rulatives and friends, un Friday
morning last. A lurge number of
priests wore prosout m tbo sanctuary
during tho celebration of tbe mass,
among tbem being Itov, P. C. Winters,
of ilawloy, and Hev, Thomas Jordan,
of Iloneedalo. At tbo conclusion of the
mass, tbe nowly ordainod priests gave
their blessing to their frlonds and rela
tives, who came forward to tho altar
Frank G. Carpenter, a staff corrc
pondent t-f the Philadelphia Press, if
wrltins a most Interesting scries oi or
tides deecriptlvo vl travels In Africa,
In that Journal of July Sth, writing
from Zinxltur, be saj s that 66.000 tie
nbanu wore killed in Africa last year,
and mnrn than a million and a bait
pounds of Ivory were taken from them
and shipped off to Europe- JI tuts iui
If one-third came from Zioiibar. au
other third was from Portuguof o East
and West Africa, and a lnrgo part of
tbe balance was from the valley of tbe
While paying a visit to ber friend
Mrs. Martin, on Union Uill on Satur
day last. Miss Tillio Schoonovcr, aged
nineteen, employed in tho family of
Jacob Katz, Church street, was pros
tratod by a sudden attack of acute ap
pendicitis. Dr. McConvillwas called,
and under his advice tbe girl was taken
to the Port Jervis Hospital for treat
ment nn Sunday, after remaining at her
friend's houso over night. Dr. Mcuon
vill accompanied Mrs. Martin and her
charge as far as Lockawaxen.
All fligs now made for tho use of
tbe government will contain 46 stars to
conform to the present number of
States, tho additional star, added July
4tb, being for Oklahoma.
Oao of tho largest dividend ever
declared by a National Bank in tbe
United Slates was declare! a fow days
ign by tho First National Bank of
New York. Its capital is 110,000.000.
audit declared a 10) per cent, dm
Jcnd. This dividend of tlO,0 i,oo.) was
taken from its surplus, and will be
used to pay for tbe capital of tbe First
Security Company, which tbo stock
holders of tbo bank have established.
fnis is tbe second very large special
dividend declared by the First Nation
it Bauk within tbo last ten years.
Vbont eight years ago tho capital stock
of tho bank was increased from t.'iOO,-
oihi to (10,000 0(M, and in conuoclion
ith this increase a special cash divi-
iend of 1,900 per cent., said to ba the
largest ever declared by a bank, at least
in ibis country, was paid to stock
holders. Three persons unitod with the Pres
byterian church lust Sunday morning,
tud ono infant was baptized.
flic Equitable I.ifo Assurance So
cio! bas plans drawn for a 02-Jtory
dili ;o lu Now Yore City, to cost (10,
000,000. It will bo 909 feet from tbe
to the top of tho tower, upon
wbicb will bo a flag pole 150 feet in
length. Tbo ball on tho flagpole will be
74 ft at higher than tbo 985-foot steel
K;ffi 1 tower.
Tbo annivorsary of tbe Wayne
Joumy Bible Society will ba held in the
n. E. church, Honcsdale, on Wedne-
Ji evening, July 15th. It will boa
uuioa meeting of the various liouosdalo
In tbo cstato of Charles W. McKin
ncy, of South Canaan, in bankruptcy, u
dividend of twenty nino per cant, bas
b'en declared, payablo after July 20tb,
ualcis exceptions aro filed on or beforo
The following comprise tho advance
detail of Oo. K, who will leavo for tbe
Gett)sburg encampment, noxt Monday
Sergeant Ambrose Kellam. Corporal
Ernust ilartman, Artificer Chss. Kualz,
Privates Richard Heed. Frunk Tice.
Samuel Doney, Thomas McKeou, Wm.
Fiynn, Ueorge bcbields, Leo Tarkett.
Cooks, Frank hitter and Micbaol Stabl.
A benefit musical will be given in
Lyric Hall, this, Thursday evening, for
t most worthy object. Tickets, 26 cents.
Thero is at present (Dt2 95 in tho
-Tho new Spring strrot sewer is to
be connected with tho largo one al
ready in East street, at tho corner of
-Tbe thunder etorm which visited
this section on Tuesday afternoon last,
was quito violent in Cherry Itidgo and
Canaan townships. James Moylan, of
Fermoy, with bis son and daughter,
was at work in tho bay field wben tbo
rain began to fall about 2 o'clock, and
hastened with tbo team to tbo barn.
The children put in tho horses, white
bo wont to tho houso and seated him
self on tbo porcb. Bbortly afterward a
blinding flash of lightning accompanied
by it terrific pool of thunder fairly lift
ed bim from bis beat. Tbo boy and girl
bad just reached tho bouse, wben Mrs.
Mo Ian rushed out and told them that
tho birn bad been struck and was on
fire. Mr. Moylan and tho children
hastened to tborescuo of tbo loam and
a valuable cojt which wero in tba burn
ing uuiraing, uau, largely mrougn inn
efforts of Miss Alice, they were all eav
ud; nut tbe barn and largo shed adjoin"
ing with throo tons of hay, half a ton
of oat straw, a lot of oats, top buggy,
buck-board, plows and other farming
machinery and implements wero entire
ly consumed. The barn was insured
for (100 in tho Wayne County Farmers'
Mutual Insurance Company, of which
Mr. Moylan is a local agent.
- Tho lloncslale National Bank de
clared its regular dividend of live per
cent, and a special ono of two and a
half per cont., on Monday.
Tho Wayno County Savings Bank
gavo its stockholders, on Monday, a
dividend of ten per cont. from its earn
ings for tbo past six months.
Texas No. 4 Chemical Engine Co.
cleared nearly fisoby their picnic in
Biiltovuo Park, July 1th, which will bo
appliod towards tbo erection of their
n iw two story brick quartors, 'M by ti
Tho town ball, including tbo coun
cil room, firemen's quarters and dwell
lug, aro to bo put in good repair.
Header of TilK Citizk.i, does your
copy have a penny stamp attached f If
so, it denotes tbat you aro in arrears
for a year or moro. Kindly romit bo I
ance duo, and then tho postal laws will
permit us to omit tho stamp,
Jamas Mundy, for somo time pro
priotor of the Beely villo hotel, has pur
chased tho Hotel Dolmonico, at East
flonesdalo, of John W. Lenz, and is al
ready in possession. Consideration,
On Tuesday afternoon Dr. II. B
Ely bad a hurry call to tbo home of
William Hoo, in Cherry Itidgo town
ship, Mrs. Hoo and two daughters hav
Ing boon prostrated by a stroke of light
ning, which bad put tho telephone op
paratus out of commission and shaken
tho household up gonerally. The ladios
wero thrown to tbo Cocr in an uncon
sclous condition by tbo shock, but they
all ovontuully rocovered their seosos,
and no permanont injury is thought to
bavo been inflicted,
See to it that your horses, cows,
fowls, does and cats aro plentifully
supplied with pure water during this
hot weather, oa they suffer terribly
Mr. II. A. Odayli confined to ber borne,
nurting a badly tpralned ankle.
Mri. A. K. Harronn returned on Tues
day from a brief Tint In Beranton,
-illisS E, Dicklnion, of Scranton, l be-
log entertained by Mri. E. A. rennlman.
Vance Htarne. of Betbany, li enjojln
a Tint with hit mother and titter In Cblraxo,
Mri. Wm. 11. llolmet sare a "ltote'
party hut Friday afternoon to lady friendt,
Merrill VanCampen It tbe principal o
the Ilamateut bleb ttbool for the rominc
Mitt Ann Hpettlgue, of Eait itreet, I
eriouily 111, and It being cared for by two
Wm. 0. Dlakney and O. Wm. I'eil and
families are at Dloomlne Urore, for a few
Ilev. A. L. Wbltlaker will eonduetter.
vice In White Millt on tbe eoniing Hunday
at .1 o'clock.
John T. Dall It at Heading, I'a., attend
Ine a meetlnir of the I'eon'a Htale Chritlian
MlM Orace A. J ad win, of Morrltlown
N. J., It trending her Taeatlon with her
parent! In llonesdale.
Mr. and Mri. Wm. II. Pragnell, of Rait
llonesdale, welcomed a little sou to Ibelr
family circle, July Tib.
Mlri Jeitlca A. Ilobinton, of New York
oily, it at Ibe borne of ber parent!, Mr. and
Mil. J. A. Itobinton, of Weil itreet.
Married, In Luke C'omo, July 2, 1D0S. by
tbe Iter. F. F. (JlbUs, Mln Mary A, Clemo
to Wayne V. Ilazen, both of Bethany.
N. II. Bchumau ia at Uale'hurf, Illinois,
where he will remain two or three weeki".
nj lying avid! with hltnou.lt. K.Bohutnnn
Charlen S. llurger, a foreuiau In llor-
lliueer A. Hunt cut factory, ill White
Mlllt, ia liiLahujc ocean breeze at Atlantic
Iteuben Ilodle. of Ka.t tit,. It laid up for,
reptiis, (he reiultof a fall through a trap
d.inr in tbe bum of hit eiuployei, Thou. II
Mri. Fred. U. Cronley. of Cbicaco. for.
inerly Mm Sunn K. Jeiikiut, of Upmidiilc,
fell latt week and broke both boiiei of ber
Mini llaliy Young, of Albany, will ar-
rive III New York city, to-day, on the Ad.
mlic, alter a iileatant Irm nt three munlhi
Dubolt 11. Weatoii. II. C. (Inborn. Aia F..
lli)HUt and S. P. Frailey ure vicmiiik the
nhtiof New Voik cily and Coney Iiland.
Iliich A. Lancaster, one of the moil
iromllii nt rcuidelltl of South Sierliiur. In
aiixerouily ill, with hul iIikIiI hone, of hit
Mri. Wm. II. Lee and dauchten. Mi..-.
Loulieaud Kthel, of Eal itreet. are mm -
lut-ring ul Point Pleuiaut, on the New Jer
Mri. Catherine K. Drink, of tbn nlaco
i n j-vititiiii; frieudsln Port Jcrvn and
ill r will make au exteuded vim with re,.
lues in Walerliury, Conn.
--SiarrleJ, In Hiroudiliurs, .limn sr. 19cW.
' llieltev. Wm. PiiBlik, MiiSuie Kell7,
I Trttinertville, Monroo county, lo ileorue
II. Correll, of Southern Wayne.
Mm Katberluo II. Minor, who la hIIIiik
u important portion in oie of tho Yon-
cm, ft. ., icbooli, it paaiinK ber vacaliun
mill her mother and eluter in lloueidale.
Mil. Wm. Hahcock and daughter. Mlta
.N'ellie, and Mln Alice Parioni, all of Peck-
Hle, aro among the uuiuBroui people v, hi,
" pamus the heated leatou at Ucrnb
Chief of Police, John J. Canivan. com
menced bin Foul th of July celebration early
Ililt year, a ul-w baby boy coming to glad
den hla borne ou Independence Dav eve.
Winlleld Buih, ofMerlden. Conn., who
lia been vliltlng old frieudi iu Honeidale,
Ibe part few dayi, left ytiterday for Scran-
on, wnero he will visit hn mother on hi
ilri. Corlrieht, of IStb street, whu haa
bein a helpleaa, but patient invalid for
yein. c-elcbrated ber 88lh birthday, July
i, wnen ine received many culls from
-Mlia F.dllh K. Bwlft wai stricken with
Pliendlcltii latt Thunday and waintonce
taken to I)r. Uurni'i hotpitalfor treatment.
She wai operated on Ibe next day, and is
now rapidly recovering.
Horace I). Weiton, a traveling taleaman
for tbe Durland, Thompson Shoe Co., while
lijihliUK from a car at Bhavertowu, N. Y..
one day laal week, fell and broke hit right
leg jiiat above the ankle.
Mri. Thoi. C. Key and daughter, of
Wllkei-Ilarre, have returned honm altera
hiee weeki' visit at the home of Mri.
Key'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank U. Haw.
ken, of North Main itreet.
Married, at tbe residence of the bride'i
mreuti, in Buranton, July 19,18, by the
Key. II. U. Harried, stepfatborof Ibe bride,
Mln Iloianna O, Lenli, of Soranton, Ic
Thomas Jobnt, of Vandling.
M. und Mri. Frann P. Kimble, who have
ic-n away for several weeki, are now al
Iniunt Clemens, Mich,, trying the noted
aths of tbat town, for the cure oi iheuma-
tiiin. They are expected home next week.
Hev. F. I.. Brooks and family are tem
porarily itaying at the home of his wife's
parent', in Scranton. A number of hit
llnnesdale friends presented him with a
IMtlled nurse, prurioui to his departure,
Mr. and Mri. Thos. U. Clark and guests,
Mr. and Mri. Dithridgo, of New York city,
left ou Monday In Mr. Clark's auto, of the
Stoildard-Daylon pattern, for Cooperstown
and Itichlleld Spriugi, N. Y,, returning ou
Mis. C. J. Uilletple and Miss M. Louise
Keefer, of IJunesdale, and Mist Jessie (1,
Keefer, of Suratitou, left ou Monday ufter
noon last, for Thorald, Canada, where they
will spend about three weeki as the guests
of their cousin, Mrs. Annie Illaokstock.
Monroe W. Welsi, of New Yerk city
pasted u few days with his sisters, the Mines
Wein, and on Tuesday left for a visit with
another titter, Mrs. S. J, Strauss, who with
her husband and children are ipendlug the
iiimiucriii their cottage at Harvey's Luke,
At an adjourned meeting of the Lacka
wanna Presbytery held at Camptowu,
llimllonl county, last week, Hev, Joaeiih
Freed, pastor of the Boo It church at
riheriuan, Ihli county, uiked for a dissolu
tion of his relations as paitor with that
i liurcli, to accept a call from the church nt
llerulee, Sullivau county.
Bernard O Hourke, of Wayinart, for
inuny yean au employee on the Dal. it. Hud.
Uravity Railroad, but of late years working
for the Lake Lodore Co., died in Ibe Emer
gency hospital, Carboudale, on Tueilay
evening, after a brief illness, of heart ale
vuse. lie was about &0 years of age, un
married, and with no known near living
W, O. DoWItt denting, of New York
city, is spending a part qt bit vacation with
Uonesdale relatives and friends. Mr. Oe
nung is connected with tbe Ooodyear Rub
ber concern, and hat become a tboroueh
New Yurker, but ttlll Undt It pleasant to
greet bis boyhood friends iu tbe town of
hit birth. It It needless to say that the
pleasure it reciprocal.
Ilev. u. F. Bweeny, who during bis
uiay in uonesdale as assistant to Iter, Thos
M. liauiey of St. John's (It. (J.) church,
made many friends, has received a well
meilted promotion, having been appoint.
ed by lllshop lloban attlttant at tbe
Catbolio Church at Athley, I.uiurne Co.
lie It tucceeded here by Her. Thomas Jor
dau, of llunmore, who was recently ordain
ed at Ml, Mary's Seminary, Kmmlttiburg
John H. Strongman, of Bethany, one of
the most enterprising cibxeniof Wayne Co.
does not Intend to leave thli vicinity, all re
ports tlT tbe contrary notwithstanding, al
though he hat given away and told a poi
tlon of hit property in tbat town
Graham Watts the Uonesdale bard
ware dealer, had good caute to remember
latt Baturday, July 4th. It being the ISth
anniversary of hit Imprisonment on Belle
III, Va.he having been captii'ed by the
Confederalrt at tbe battle of inchetter,
Va , June li, lffij, while lervlng a a Str
ceant In Co. C, OTth Penn'n Volunteers.
The greater proportion of tbo regiment
were taken priionera at tbe tame time.
Ilev. Dr. Henry Wheeler and wife e-ele
brate l their Wth or golden wedding annb
veriary, at their home, Ocean drove, X. J.
ou Tburslay, June 25th. Thli will be
plotting newt to the clergymcn'i many
friendt in Wayne county, but more ctpecial
ly to lo tbe turrlvors of Co. M, Kill Cava).
ry, an organization wholly recruited In
thli Immediate vicinity, Dr. Wheeler having
been the regimental chaplain.
Mri. Fred. U. Whitney, Mri. Charles It.
Brady, and tiller, Mist Antoinette 6. Dur
land, all of Honeidale, and Mita Nellie Far
uum, of Port Jervis, compriio a parly who
leave to-morrow morning for Niagara (alia
and Buffalo. From the latter port Ibey will
take one of the palatial steamer! for n tour
of tbe great lakes to Iluluth, Minn. Upon
ttielr return trip they will atop for a week
in among tbo Mackinac lilands, located be
tween Laket Huron and Michigan, and
mott delightful tumtner letort.
JohuTorrey Fuller and family, who re
cently returne' from the diamond mines ni
South Afncf here Mr, Fuller hat been em
ployed for, le five yean, asa iiiieiiuieu-
dtntfortbe DcBeeri Co., are now at the
home of tbe latter'i futher-iii-law, Aulrew
Thompson, of Uoneilale, ami do not expect
lo return. Mr. Fuller has hccii tendered n
timllar position in the ouly diamond mine
in the United Slatet, whUh ! now being
developed. It It located In Arkanaat. Mr.
fuller is boiling the matter under advise,
We note in our Mllanrlllu correspon
dence the death of I). W. liaj, long i. reti-
lenceof Dainatctia township. Mr. (,ny was
abrulberof Mia. Kh Heat li, anil au uncle
of Hon. J. Howard Beach au I hla brothels
and sisters, all of whom hate been conspic
uous ill the cudul Hlld political circled ut
D.uuHsiua lownthlp. The writer speaks
from experience when heiays that on the
ciccaiion oi hla many visits to Milanrllle,
yianugo, uotwitbsta.idiug his too gener
ous receptions by all, h nn onewahe
more warmly uud cult i taming!) welcuuicj
than by Mr. Uay.
(ieorge T. Spettlgile, uf till tlly. la
pending a fortnight with hla brother, O.
M. Spcttlgue, of Hast stti-et. Another
brother, Iheodore, of Jcriuni. uamn on
Saturday for a brief week-cud viait with
hla relatives, lelurilillg lo hla home oil Suu
day evening. Ueorge T. Is a veteran ot Co.
M, irth Perm a Cavalry, having cnliatci in
Uonesdale under Capl. Coe Durland. He
whi UlUlteled ill Sept. Si, IMM; promoted to
Corpoial, July I, l?9lj to Sergeant, Nov. 1,1,
iK't, and diacharged June lSili, lpil. When
Capl. James Ham vyai n-uuiided ut Five
Foikl, a., Apill 1, INK, SelgeantSpettlnue,
who was his intimate friend us well as i om
a le, was detailed to take him to the hn-pi-al
at City Point, Va , and with bun
hell he die!) on the cars the lievl night,
Horace U, Young has ritircl fmm Ihi
'.eaidiney of the Albany fiu-t Co.. lo
liible lillli In hate iiii.i u till)., lor iei.lii.
pl-atuie und liavi I, it well as to give mm,
attention to Ins own private aiTairi. II
will continue to act in (li.iliiuiu of ih
B ard of Trustee!. Ilia suec.. ,r is tjeorg-
C. Van Tuyl, Jr. We take the Pillowing
from an Albany dally, of lat week: "lie
veiopmelllsol more th in ll-llil interest Wet.
seen in the Albany banking Meld during Hi
past week. Horace (i. Young, whose name
and standing have beeiia tower of strength
to the Albany Trut Co., retiied from tin
active duties of the iciiousilile head of thu
liialitutinu. Hla predecessor saji of Mi
Van Tuyl that he regar.ls bim 'ua one ot Un
belt practical bankets in this territory ; oi i
whose capabilities uiesiu-h hi lo warrant in
my juugruenia very succeieiul career in u
A Happy Golden Wedding.
Tho golden annnivcrsary of tho wed-
ling of Joseph C. Meutirr and Mir
rah Goodman was celebrated at tbe
residence of tho bride and groom of lilt)
curs, on Last street, Ibis borough, on
rViturday lust, July ltli, about fifty rela
tives and immcdiato friends participat-
ug in Iho festivities. Two platers of
Mr. Mennor, Mies Mary Mcnncr and
Mrs. John l. James, who witnessed tbo
original ceremony, which was performed
by Itov. li. It. Clark, July 1th, ls58,
wero present at tbo golden wedding.
It was an evening party, Mr. and Mrs.
Mennor, looking much more youthful
than their long married life would sug
gest, receiving their guests at eight
o'clock. At ten, after two hours of eo
ciul intercourso, tho party gathered
about a most inviting table and onjoyed
choice repast. Itov. . 11. llillcr
then voiced the sentiment of all present
iu an address ot congratulation to host
and hostess, a tcudor of warmest wishes
for their futuro; and hopes tbat their
well-spent lives may b; prolonged for
many years to come.
Of the thirteen children with which
tho pair bavo boon blessod, throo only
aro doceasod. Tho remainiug ten, who
were all present nt the goldon jubilee.
aro .Mrs. Tillio Hector, ot New York
city; William, of Jersey City: Mrs
Itobert Ace, of Stroudsburg; Mrs. John
Meyers, of lionosdale; Uoinco T., of
I'eckvillo; Mrs. Herbert Jnmep, of Lanes
boro; Qcorgo, of Montcluir, N. J., l,ouis,
of New York city ; Charles md Krninn
ut homo, Thero uru alsj twonty-tbrc
grandchildren and twi greaf-rand
children living Amoi. '. . e near
relatives present wero h Uein
the only surviving bletcr im ..lis. Men
nor, who celebrated her fiftieth wed
ding anniversary in 1002; Miss Mary
Monner, Mrs. l,ouieo James und Horace
T, Menner, sisters und brothers of Joicph
Tho other guests were Mrs. II. T. Mon
ner and children, Miss Dorothy, Henry
uud Robert, of tho Brooklj n Navy Yard;
Mr. and Mrs. U. H Menner uud two
children, ltobcrt and 3irah;Mrs, Bar
bara Ilnif, Mrs. W, U. Hitler, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Itobinson, Mrs. Emma 11,
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. II E. Bassctt,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W, L),!in and daughter,
Miss Hazel, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Sher
wood, of Itocky Uill, Conn,; Miss Elor
enco WarQold, of I'eckvillo; Mua 10'izv
betb Morgan, of Htroudsburg; Misses
Orace Itoitcnauor and Mabel Heed.
Mr. and Mrs. Menner wero iho recipi
ents of a number ot appropriata and
cosily gifts, including gold coins, silver,
cut glass and docoratod waro, china,
linen and furniture
Mr, Menner bas charge of tbo delivery
wagons of tba Monner & Co. depart
ment stores, a position which he has
held for several years. His earlier mat
ried lifo was spent in farming iu Berlin
township, and as Btoward of the Uoues
dale and Texas almsbouso and farm
A statistician recently dcclaroJ that
it was more dangerous to no a railway
brakeman tbau to bo a murderer, and
proved bis assortion with elatistics
showing tbat ono murdoror in eovontv
throo was hangod, wheroas one brake
man m thirty was killed.
Charles II M'-ari, ton of the late Justus
Bears, of l'roiiipton, aid belter known In
this county as llawlgy Sears died In New
York on Thursday lait,Juit after having
been received at the Oppmhelraer Inttllule.
in that cily. It was at lint reported that 1
the death bnd occurred under luch unutual I
and peculiar circumstances as to Indicate
the possibility of foul play i but the autopsy I
which the coroner felt justified In ordering.
ir-uneu iu a tciuici iiiai ur. sears aied oi
natural causes, pneumonia, heart disease
and Bright'! disease being factors. Mr.
Sean wat a resident of Capoute Avenue.
Scranton. but had large builneft tnterettt
in this county and elsewhere and was tho
proprietor of grlttmilU at Clark's Summit
and Chinchilla, Lackawanna oounty. He
wai taken III at the Clark's Summit mill on
Tues, I ay of latt week, and bis son. Drover
Sean tummoned bit physician, Dr. Samuel
Lynch. After consultation also with the
family physician, Dr. F. M. Davenport, of
Scranton, the three decided that tbe belt
tbrbg to do wai to remove tbe patient to tbe
Uppenbeimer Inilllute for treatment. All
realized that Mr. Bean's condition wai orltl
cal ou acconnt ot hit advanced age and Ibe
weakened condition or his heart. It bad
been known tor some time that the patient
wat tuITerinc from heart trouble, but there
teemed uo occasion for Immediate alarm
Accompanied by bis son, and tbe two phy
sicians. Mr. Bears started tor New York
Tbe trip wai mille fatiguing and, as Mr.
Seart't heart action wai not ttrong, tbe
pnyticlani administered, bypodermloally
one thirtieth of a grain ot ttrycbnlne as a
stimulant shortly before reaching Hoboken,
Within an hour, while tbe party wai being'
conveyed from the ferry to the Inttltute In
n carriage, the dodo, i administered another
dose of the stimulent of the same propor
tions, but their patient wai in a slate of
complete collapse and twenty minutes after
being placed oua rot at tbe Institution be
died. Tbe autopsy and other unavoidable
dilayt prevented the return of the party
with the body until Friday night. The
init ial services were held at the home of
tbe deceased cn Sunday, and the remains
were brought lo Promplon tcr Interment
ou Monday morning. Mr. Bean wai born
in I lliiton townttip, this county, about six
ty years ago. In 187U be went to Soranton
and secured a positional liainman on tbe
Liiikuwauna ruilioad, and later aia train
dispatcher al Clark'i Summit. lie then
embarked In the grain business In lhat
place, stalling a mill mill, which proved so
riuciastul lhat he started another at Chin-
. hlll.i, both of which he was operating when
seized willi his fatal illness. He alto in
heiited a large Inrtune from hit father. He
survived by his widow, two inns, I). D.
jp.ui, formerly manager ot tbo Dixie Tbea-
ie, Scranton, uud drover Cleveland Bean-
tin was a member ot the Kits, Ibe Hoysl
Arcanum und the Ileptasopha. Mr. Bears
had the inialorluiio to lose one of bu legi by
it ir.ilii.ui iiccidtiit many years ago, but be
came so m customed tuun artlUclal limb as
i wulk with a reiy slight limp and ho ap.
Franklin II. Ibiblnsondied at his home on
ittage street, tlouesdale, Monday, July 6,
li.w, aged Cs years. For some years he bad
ecu In pri carious health, with occasional
iiccule attacks which caused bii family and
nuns much uppiehensloii; put It was not
mill the Illhof March last (bat bit ailments
i id so far progressed as to confine him to
home. From that time onward be was a
great though patient sufferer, from general
i, i.i .it v. und the linal outcome of his Illness,
huugh uiuib deplored, wat not unexpected.
lr. Uoliiuson bus born in Manchester, Fog-
til l, Hay lislll. the sou ot James Robin-
ou uud hla wife, formerly Miss Mary Ann
lull. Hi IM1 thu family came to this coun
lynud located In Lehaaon township, this
iinly, developing a line farm, on wbicb the
el.ltr Mr. Robinson died at tbe ago ot 83
cuts, his wife following at tbe age of 65.
)n the farm so acquired the subject of Ibis
Ui Ich spent his poyhood and youth, acquir-
u good practical education in tbe public
chools uud Bethany Academy. In June.
Nil In, enlisted In Ibe Union aim v. Iu
F, tilth Regiment New York Enslneeir.
lleers'a Biographical Record gives tbe fol
lowing account of hii services: "Uli com
mand was llrst ordered to Washington. II
eubitipjenlly they were ilatloned for a
l.nrt liinu at Fairfax, Va., and then joined
the command of Generals McDowell and
McClellan. They were under Ure at tbe
battle ot Yorklown, and hit regiment bad
barge of the possessions sent to Harrison's
Hiding und pontoon trains. Being taken
ill, Mr. Robinson was an Inmate of tbe
Chesapeake Hospital near Fortress Monroe
until August, wben bo was discharged'
uud sent homo." Mr. Robinson wai twice
mniried. December 3, lBfij, he wai united
to Miss Olive Oliyer who died ten yean later,
earing lour cunaren, namely : Samuel A
a resident of Lebanon township ; Mark N., of
Scranton; ,1. Beuham, of Uonesdale, and
Albert C ot Canaan, N. Y. Mr. Robinson's
cond wife was Miss Lydla Soantleherry.
who survives him. Tbe funeral lervlces
will b" held at liiehouib this Thursday after
noon at i o'clock, Rev. W. U, Uiller offloiat-
ug. The Interment will he in Rlrerdale
Mrs. deorgiu Vail smith died al tbe home
of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Bagley, In
miucs-narru, I'a., on Tuesday. June 10.
1'JIH, after u brief Illness, aged S3 years.
rhe remain! were removed to tbe home of
her sister, Mrs. Mary E. Bonesteel, In Da
mascus, this county, and the funeral ser
vices were helif on the following Friday,
Iter. 1. A. Hell, of tbe Presbyterian oburoh,
Cocbecton, and Her. J. M. Coleman, ot the
Methodist church, Damascus, oiloia(ing,
Interment was made In the Baptist oeme
tery, where her husband wai buried twenty
yeuis ago. Mri. Smith who was a daughter
of tbe lute Samuel L, Vail, of Lebanon
township, was born In Florida, Orange
county, N, Y Junet), 1639, and oame to
Wayne couniy with ber father's tamily
when she was nineteen years ot age. She
is sui lived by a daughter, Mrs. Bagley,
lueutnnicd above, and two ions, Charles V.
Smith uud Thomas F. Smith, both ot Bing-
hauilcu, N. Y, Shu also leaves three broth
ers uud three sisters Charles I. Vail, of
lllalratow-ii, Iowa; Samuel II, Vail, of
lloruell, N. Y., und Walter 8. VH, of
Riley villu ; uud Mrs. Spencer M. Pulls and
Mrs, Charles W. Bulkcom, nt ltlleyviile.
und Mrs. Mary E. Bonesteel, of Damascus,
whose husband, Leioy Bonesteel, establish
ed the Semi-weekly Democrat In Honeidale
in 1S6U. Mrs. Smith i permanent residence
was in Uuighamtou, where she wat a con
s'slent and falthtul member of tbe West
Presbyterian church, and very highly re
gardeu ua a modest und unassuming, yet
helpful and actively benevolent Christian
'oily Uoadley, wife ot Ueorge Frost, died
ul thu family residence iu Duumore, July
.1 1'JiM, aged 78 years, - months and 11 days.
Ducciscd was a native of South Canaan,
this louuty, hut forsomullfty-tlre yean bad
beeii a resident of Duumore. She bad beeu
for many years an active and useful mem
ber uf the M. K. church. Deceased Is tur
vived by her husbaud and a brother, Sol
omon Cuitls, of South Cauaan.
The efforts made by the Anti-Duol
iiug Lioaguo iu Austria to check duel-
ling iu tbe empire have finally been
successful, for the imperial sanotlon to
a decreo prohibiting duelling in tbe
empiro without tbo consent ot a mill
tary court ot honor has been obtained,
A duel without this consent will here-
utter be a breach of regulations and
DeWilt's Witch Hazel Salve it good for
lite, bums, brinies aud scratches.. It li es
pecially good for plies. Reoommended and
sold by Phil, The Druggist.
Use DeWitt's Little Earlr Risen. Dle&s.
ant little pills that are easy to take. Bold
by PKIUTbe Druggist.
-THE CHILDREN LIKE w-f
t These Hot Days
are creating a demand for
Wash Dresses and Shirt WaistsT:.
We offer tlu greatest
Styles at 33 per cent, less
Ladies' Under-Muslins, made of good materials, the
MENNER & CO.'S STORES
Stylish. Nobby and Comlortable Wash Suits All Shades.
Walking, Traveling and Evening Separate Skirts.
New Spring and Summer Single Jacket.. 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
If vou have never
had any dealings
with us, please to
consider this an in
vitation to aive us
Farmers & Mechanics' Bank,
Tbe marriage of James ahepard Warfleld,
ot Uanoook, N. Y and Ulss Laura K. dall
ooourred Tuesday evening, June 80, 1908, at
the home ot the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel V. Hall, at South Dranob, near
Equlnunk, Rev. John T. Gardner, tbe
bride's paitor, officiating. About one hun
dred gueitt were preieut. Mln Nina Ball a
litter of tbe bride, and Charles Warfleld, a
brother of the groom, were brldeimatd aud
groomsman. Little. Bernloe flail acted as
flower girl. Tbe wedding gifts were numer
ous and beautiful, consisting ot out glass,
china, silverware and furniture. Among
those present besides Equlnuolc friends
were : Mrs. Horaoe Menner aud son, Rob
ert, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Warfleld, and Miss
Jeanelte Uabcook, ot Peokvllle ; Frank
Warfleld, of Ileaoi Lake, Mr. and Mrs. II.
(I. Lester, of Mounlalndale, Mr. and Mrs.
Cbaunoey Fuller, of Autumn Leaves, and
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Dlx, of Wlnwooa. Fol
lowing a few days' stay at tbe home of the
bride'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warfleld will
be at borne to their friends In Uanoook.
Use Your Lkibubk Tint If you bavi
an hour to spend each day don't idle it
away, for time ia valuable. It will puj
you to write to tbe Circulation Depart
ment nt Tbo Philadelphia Press, men
tioning this paper, and tbey will send
you an interesting book of advice, tell
in); how to make use of your spare
moments and bow to mike a consider
able sum ot money for a littlo work you
can do very easily, A postal card will
bring this information to you. Dou
put it off; write alonoe, for It will mean
dollars to you. Address Circulation
Department, Tbe Press, Baventb aud
Chestnut streets, Philadelphia,
Tub conviction of an automobile own
er in Seattle ot manslaughter for run
ning over a child ia an example worthy
ot imitatioo. The actual sending to
jiil ot a few persons responsible for the
injury or death of pedestrians would
do more to make speed maniacs care
ful tban all tbo laws limiting speed that
could be passed.
Acgordikq to tbe Seattle Post-In-telligenoo
all records of tbe quantity of
lumber sawed from one tree, from one
acre and from tei. acres, have been
shattered by tbe cut made from a ten
acre tract of land on the north shore of
Puget Sound. The log scale shows tbat
n,luU,7CU feet were obtained from 561
trees in a ten-acre tract, or an average
of 510,076 feet to tbe acre. Tbe record
acre of the ten yielded just 685,018 feet,
as compared with a normal average of
25,000 feet to the acre. On this partic
ular acre a single fir tree scaled 21. Hi
feet, or leas than 3,000 feet under the
average yield of an entire aore oi
assortment of New Summer
than the regular price.
at matchless prices.
J uhb 6th. James A. Bortree surprised
bis friends by returning to Sterling last
week. He has bnllt fnnr home tn
Earl N. Cross returns to Perklomen
Seminary, to day. ,
ut. . a. uroea. of Buranton, Is spend
ing a few days at his old borne.
Dr. and Mrs. C. Catterson and children,
of Franklin Forks, are at bis parents', J.
U. Catterson's. "
We are very sorry to report that tin.
John Stevens expired on the moraine; ot
the Fourth, and will be burled at 3:30 V.
U., to-day. She Is survived by a husband
nd three sons and three daughters. Mr.
rjteveus's health Is not good, and one
son Is but five years old. The family
have the sympathy of all tbe commu
nity. W. J. Musgrave still lives, but there Is
no Improvement, and he eats compara
Mrs. Mary Megargle Gorman and two
children, of Philadelphia, are at A. O.
Tbe Sunday sebool plonlo passed off
very pleasantly, and although there was
uothlug very exeltlng, all appeared to
enjoy themselves, and tbe onlldren had
a good time, wbloh was one ot tbe prin
cipal objeots In having It. Emery Gilpin
and family from LaAuna, were prtaeat.
and qnlte a number from a distance.
Several couples ot young folks drove
to Mooslo Lake.
Tbey bave a yonng son at 11. U. Bo
backer's. Congratulations I
Mary llobaeker Is home again.
George Howe and Wlliard McLaln are
living at Mooslo, but are now tpendlng a
few days at borne. A number ot George
Howe's young friends oalled on him Fri
day evening, and bad a good time.
Misses Lulu llouck, of LaAnna, and
Loretta Augenstein, of Panther, are
guests ot Katie Cross.
Nelson Frantz, of Strondsbnrg, Is In
Lenora Stevens, of Scranton, is spend
ing a few days with her Sterling friends.
We bave bad rain all around us, but
much more would be very desirable bare.
Tbe bay arop Is very short.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. 11. Lesher returned
from a visit with Mow Jersey friends, re
cently. Rheumatism Cared In Tare Day
N. 11. UngleV Madison, Wis., nay at ( .as almost
helpleaa with rheumatism for s nosUui. luui it in
my neck so 1 could not turn mr head, aod au
through mr tody, 1 tried tone doctors ana many
remedies without any relief whatever untu l nro
cured nr. DtrrcilUN'a ltilUKr ror ltUKUMATlsH.
la a few hours the pala was relieved aod la uuee
days the rheums.Uw.iQ was completely cured and 1
was at work. Hold by ucai. Donas Dranut,
nonesdsle, fa tsui
ns.au. BRADY, Dentist, Eloneedate, Pa.
Any evening by appointment.
Clllzem' phone S3, Rusldenoe. No. M X.
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