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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1913.
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
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zen announces the following
Schedule Copy for regular space
advertisements for the Tuesday is
sue should be handed in the office
no later than Monday morning at 9
o'clock and early on Saturday if
Copy for Friday's paper should
be in the office no later than Wed
nesday night earlier than that if
possible. We cannot guarantee the
Insertion of space advertising un
less the above rules are complied
, Cent-A-AVord advertisements can
not be accepted after 2 p. m. on
Mondays and Thursdays.
MAIIE FOR SALE-8 years old-good
worker wclgs 1100 dark with or
without colt reasonable price. F. C
Deltrlck, Aldenvllle. E0t3.
CABBAGE and Cauliflower plants for
sale. Apply at home of Andrew
HAVE your light-colored leather shoes
dyed black. It will cost you only 25c
at Sonner's Quick Shoe Repair Shop. E0el2
THE Greater Honesdale Board of Trade
ta flnMv rfpnivlnrr Innlltrlpa rpirrirrtlnr?
places for summer guests. Any persons
who wish 10 taue Doaruers are requested
to leave or send their names and their
rate cards with the secretary, E. B.
miiawujr, viuzcn umce, .rionesuaie, i'n.
J street. Annlv Unwlnnil. thp Jewel
Mtjitiii it iik ithj. I I .fipnTPii nn .imm
er and Optician, opposite the postofflce.
OJIING IX-00 Doors and 500 Wln
ows. Best nuallty Including what Is
rANTED A good home for three-ycar-'
old cirl of good mrentaue. Can be
'IS PHKH. -ITSPl.
OUR or six desirable rooms to rent
by June 22. Inquire at this office.
' ANTED Position as chauffeur, call
at or aaaresB The citizen. Mel 21
HREE-YEAR-OLD COLT pure Eth
bel strain sorrell broke single good
oadster very gentlo and of fine disposi
ng, it. ij. .n. .
RANTED Girl for general housework.
AnDlv 1114 Court street. Honesdale.
OR RENT Seven rooms and ai bath
In the Uuel Dodge house, down stairs.
OR SALE Elegant building lot on
North Main street, near C. F. Bul-
ck's residence. Ask Buy-U-A-Homo
WELVE PAIRS OF WINDOW blinds
4 1-2 x 14 'Inches. nractlcallv as
rMniilnrH. t.nnlc nnv CA. Mrmesrlnle.
these little adlets, and they are busl
ss brlngers. They "work while you
ON'T KEEP your money home.
Bring It to tho Farmers and Me
anlcs Bank, Honesdale, Pa., where It
11 draw Interest. 46tf
HAT'S tho use or iret ana worry over
senseless cares ana strue; use
so adlets In a hurry, let them smooth
GENTS WANTED Either sex. Two
fast sellers. Every house, automo-
s owner, and factory need this article,
nple 10c. Progressive Company,
nesdale, Pa. 4Celtf.
onesda e and Greater Honesdale
'11. ...... 1 1
tedness to the town will not ex-
n is now delivered by carriers.
-The German Catholic Club will
1 a picnic at Bellevue Park, Sat
ay, June 28th.
--Born, to air. and Mrs. Joseph
dericks of Church street, a
sliter on June 15 th.
-Dr. Barnet Golden, optometrist
optician or Carbondale, will bo
i us again tho first part of next
-Among this year's graduates of
Scranton Technical (High school,
rank Matthew Monaghan, son of
r Tn r r l.
I jit; y uuu mm, r iu. .uunutiuuu,
iorly of this place.
.Tliiir Taoca TTnrrmnTin will lltlvo
is tnemB suntiav morninc rua
Circlo," and in tho evening
i Progressive in Religion." Sun
school at 11:50 a. m.
will be held at tho homo of
G. P. Ross on Tuesday evening,
24. when business of import-
will be transacted. It Is hoped
every memeer wm do in attena-
A marriage licenso was granted
day in Blnghamton to Robert
imms and Loretta Thomas, of
iton. Mr. Slmms is a salesman
he Remington Typewriter com-
anu is well known in
sdale, where he has a largo
V carload of cattle, consisting
calves and 21 cows, was shlp-
o Scranton from the rural dis-
on Wednesday. Tho droves
g in naa mo appearance or.
gone by when Honesdale was
ecca for the shipment of largh
ltles of beef and other cattle.
1 T T7 AMMA1.. tl.ln
uua juvuus, luiuituiy ul iuid
and for several years em-
1 with Durland-Thompson shoe
ny, is now living in ausqueuan
Iq has a position of lubricator
avels for the Eric Heretofore
umuuu Buuuruu uuubiuuiuuiu
oll used. This led the appoint-
i nil ii Hnnninr w n l f ri rinm 1 1 nil
vans has held with the Erie
ou no yvuo u nuucouttia uu
' 'TllLEPHONE your Want Adver
tisements for this department.
, Use either phone. Call 157 on the
Bell and 101 on the Consolidated.
" Talk, don't walkl" .
B GOLDEN, exclusive optometrist and
optician of Carbondale, will be a
professional caller at tho Allen House,
Honesdale, Monday, June 23, and at the
Park View Hotel, Hawley, Tuesday, June
24. Difficult cases of defective vision so
IF YOU are looking for a 10 per cent.
Investment call at the office of the
Buy-U-A-Home Realty company, Jadwln
JUNE bride gifts. We'll help you.
Come In and look at our stock.
Rowland, the Jeweler, opposite postofflce.
ACCOUNT Book Lost Above State
bridge. Finder please return to
Wayne Ice company and receive reward.
THROW AWAY your old Sprayer and
get one of our Gould's Compressed
Air Sprayers. Saves your time and your
temper, and does BETTER work. Mur
ray Co., Honesdale, Pa.
FOR SALE Game dog, cheap: also
canoe for ?3.00; White Leghorn
Rooster, pure breed, $1.50. II. Neuge
bauer, Seclyvllle, Pa. It
FOR SALE Second hand cook stove,
No 8, with reservoir and high shelf,
ovens, either coal or wood. Good as new
for $12. Inquire at this office, or of
James Cook, Hoadleys. Bell 'phone
PYROX for Potatoes Kills both the
bugs and tho blight. Murray Co.,
FOR SALE Gasoline Stove for summer
use. Two burner and oven. Will sell
cheap. Inquire over Ready Pay Store.
RAY hand-painted China. Here and
here only. Rowland, 'Quality Jewel
er, opposite postofflce. 46tf.
NGLISH Rutabaga seeds at Clark &
PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, Pictures,
Films. Kodaks, Amateur work finish
ed. Goods scat by mall. Bodle's Studio.
1 F YOU ARE LOOKING FOR an Ideal
1 place to build your home, consult the
Buy-U-A-Homo Realty Company. Have
you Inspected Willow Park?
V EDDING rings a-plenty. Any size
" or style. Rowland, Quality Jeweler,
opposite postofflce. 46tf.
NOW IS THE TIME to stop flies.
Screen doors and windows of all
sizes at a good price, at G. Watts, dealer
DON'T FAIL TO GET a Twenty Pay
ment or Endowment nollcv with the
Electivo Life Disability feature written
oy u. uassett, agent ror the ai. l,
Ins. Co. of Philadelphia.
p INEST optical room in this part of
me cuue. aausiacuon guaranteea.
Rowland, Quality Jeweler and Optician.
Opposite new postofflce. 46tf.
REGISTERED HOLSTEIN COW and
Bull for sale. Mrs. Joseph Baschon,
Hawley, Pa. 40t4.
WHY TIE YOURSELF any longer to a,
rent receipt 7 Own your home. See,
iiuy-u-A-Home neaity company, jaawln
blinding, Main street, Honesdale.
FOR SALE Nice gentle colt over a
year old, black. Inquire at Citizen
oTflce, or call on F. P. Woodward, Hoad
leys. ONE DOLLAR will open an account at
tho Farmers and Mechanics Bank.
Courteous treatment to all. 4Ctf
MAKE YOUR MONEY WORK, then
In older days you will not havo to.
Tho Farmers and Mechanics Bank can
take care of you. Open a bank account
With that institution to-day. 46tf
(; IVE US your order for Champion
Mower repairs. Clark & Bullock.
fkLIVER TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
Good condition, used only a month.
No. 5 model. Bargain for quick buyer.
Address F, Citizen office, Honesdale, Pa.
ONE DOLLAR per month will get you
protection If you are hurt or sick.
W. P. Schenck. Honesdale. Pa.
SALE BILLS, trespass notices on
cloth, and printing of all kinds for
the farmer is made a specialty at Tho
NOTICE The horseshoers of Hones
dale nnd White Mills will observe
Saturday half-holiday during July and
During the absence of Miss
Caroline Petersen, who sails June 26
for Europe, the jewelry business of
C. Petersen will be in charge of her
partner, Miss Charlotte Lane; the
repair department under the super
ision of Wilbur Bodie.
About twenty members of Com
pany E returned from Easton Thurs
day morning after participating in
Old Home Week doings at that city.
Tho boys speak in words of highest
praise of the manner in which they
were entertained. A very pleasant
time was enjoyed by all.
The commencement exercises of
the Damascus High school were held
in the Methodist church at Damas
cus on Friday evening, Juno 13.
Judge A. T. Searlo was tho speaker
of the evening. The following pro
gram was rendered: Orchestra, se
lection; invocation; salutatory, "Tho
Italian Immigration," Elizabeth H.
Yeflces; oration, "Tho Conquest of
Cancer," Arthur M. Brigham; or
chestra, selection; oration, "The
Japanese Problem In California,"
Madelyn L. Brannlng; valedictory,
"Practical Forestry," Robert C.
Boyd; orchestra, selection; address,
Hon. A. T. Searlo; address, Superin
tendent J. J. Koehler; presentation
of diplomas; benediction; orchestra,
Miss Caroline L. Petersen will
sail on Juno 2Cth for tho land of
her father's birth, Denmark. She
will take the most northernly route,
sailing on tho C. F. Tiotgen of the
Scandinavian-American line. This
routo passes north of Scotland and
makes Its first stop at Christiansand,
Norway. From thence up Christiana
Fjord to Christiana, thence to Copen
hagen, Denmark. Mrs. G. W. Lane,
sister of Miss Petersen, will meet her
In Denmark. They will tour through
Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
From the latter place Miss Petersen
will accompany her sister to Dresden
via Berlin. From Dresden Miss Pet
ersen will go to Switzerland whero
she will bo the guest of friends and
relatives. She will return by the
way of Paris and sail from Sher
bourg, France, the latter part of Au
gust tor home, The Citizen and
Miss Petersen's many Honesdale
friends will wish her bon voyage.
This will he her sixth voyage across
the opean. She will make the com
ing trip alone,
Lights reflected in tho sky Mon
day and Wednesday evenings proved
to be bonfires Instead of buildings
as .first reported.
Don't forget the base ball game
in Honesdale between the Crescents
of Scranton and the home team,
Saturday, June 21st.
Miss Jessie White attended the
wedding of her cousin, Miss Rena
White of Scranton, to Clement Sasse
in that city on Wednesday at high
"Billy" Sunday has Just closed
another of his successful religious
campaigns in South Bend, Ind.
There were G.500 converts and the
special offerings amounts to $10,
835.44. The children and choir of the
Prompton Presbyterian Sunday
school will render their Children's
Day exercises In the Waymart Pres
byterian church next Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Services will be as follows in St
John's Lutheran church, Sunday,
June 22nd: 10:30 a. m. sermon,
"Auf die Hahe"; 11:45 a. m.; Bible
school; 7:30 p. m. Y. P. S. Anniver
sary. At Christ church, Indian Or
chard, Bishop Talbot will confirm a
class of candidates at 2:30 p. m.,
Sunday, June 22, and will preach
the sermon. Sunday school every
Sunday afternoon at 1:30.
The card party which was to
have been given by Mrs. Elwin C.
Mumford and the Misses Mumford on
Wednesday last was unavoidably
postponed. It will be given at the
Lyric, Wednesday, June the 25th.
On Saturday, June 28th, the
home team will play the Western
Bloomer Girls, the Champion la
dies' base ball club of the world.
They are now making an extended
tour of this country and Canada,
and will play here a week from Sat
urday, The Right Reverend Ethelbert
Talbot, LL. D., Bishop of Bethlehem,
will preach the sermon at Grace Epis
copal church Sunday, June 22, at
both the 10:30 a. m. and the 7:30 p.
m. services. At the evening service
he will confirm a large class. Special
music is being prepared for both ser
The following list of jurors were
excused from attendance at this term
of court: Robert Boland, Palmyra;
C. T. Bentley, Honesdale; G. H.
Knapp, Clinton; J. E. Mandeville,
Hawley; Thomas O'Neill, Mt. Pleas
ant; George Ramble, Lake; W. H.
Swingle, Lake; Graham Watts, of
Those who are Interested in mu
sic pedagogy in this locality and
Scranton, had an opportunity this
week to meet and to hear Mrs.
Evelyn Fletcher Copp of Boston, (the
noted author of an Important work,
" The Fletcher Music Method",) at
close range as to time and space, as
she lectured at Nicholson, Pa., on
Wednesday. This (Thursday) morn
ing she will lecture in the Bellevere-
Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry
Strongman have issued invitations to
a dinner to be gven Saturday, June
twenty-first, at their beautiful home
in Bethany. Mr. Strongman has evi
denced how the natural beauties of
the hills and dales of old Wayne can
lond themselves to artistic architec
ture, and we hope that his successful
example may be followed by other
men or means and of fine taste, in
the building of handsome homes
A petition has been filed with
Prothonotary Barnes by Kimble &
Hanlan, attorneys for Angeline Love-
lass asking that a writ of mandamus
be issued against the supervisors of
Damascus township. A rule was
granted to show cause why writ
should not bo Issued compelling su
pervisors, Charles Rutledge, J. J.
Swendsen and N. L. Wood to pay the
judgment, with notice to Searle &
Salmon, attorneys for the township.
Mrs. Lovolass was awarded a ver
dict some time ago in court for
?107.30 against the township of Da
mascus for their failure to remove
some stones from the road. The
judgment with costs now amounts to
$107.50. The rule was made return
able in July.
Sarah Bernhardt may bo seen in
action, if not in the flesh, Friday,
June 20, at the Lyric theatre, Main
street, whero there will be on exhibi
tion a motion picture record of her
recent performances in Paris of Emil
Moreau's spactacular historical
drama, "Queen Elizabeth." Moving
about the screen in tho photo-pantomime
are living likenesses of the
players who acted with her on her
last tour of this company. Lou
Tellegen, Maxulian, Plron, Denen
bourg, Durozat, Mme. Bouslauger
and Mile. Romain, The pictures show
the actress as she is except as to
voice; even her personality seems
to radiato from the screen. For
those who caro less to see an ani
mated photograph of the actress than
to learn something about tho play,
the pictures offer good instruction in
the drift of its plot, the pictorial as
pect of tho characters and tho ox
tent and richrress of the production.
At tho Lyric Friday night.
Rev. John O'Donovan, of Now
York City, superior of the Mission
Fathers of the Jesuit Order, laboring
In New York City and Maryland
provinces, was a distinguished guest
of Rev. John O'Toole, priest of St.
John's Roman Catholic church ovor
Sunday. He officiated tit the 8:30
mass and preached a powerful ser
mon to the Sodality on "Tho Beau
ties of a Virtuous Life." The large
edifice was crowded to tho doors. He
was present at tho 10:30 mass, and
also spoke to the Sunday school
children. Twenty-nine years ago
Father O'Donovan and Father
O'Toole were classmates in college.
His visit to Honesdale was not only
appreciated and enjoyed by Father
O'Toole, but by every member of tho
latter's large congregation. Father
O'Donovan loft on the early train
Monday morning for Scranton, whero
ho was a guest of Bishop Hoban
before going to Harvey's Lake,
where he is holding a retreat this
week for the junior priests of this
The Children's wash summer
dresses are pretty new ideas at
John E. Richmond spent Thurs
day in Scranton.
Homer Greene is spending a few
days in New York City.
John Rowe, of Hawley, was a re
cent caller in Honesdale.
Leo Healey. of Carbondale. was a
visitor here the first of the week.
Arthur H. Head, of Towanda, is
again attending court as stenograph
Miss Flo Wood is a guest of Mrs.
Loren R. Gale at Riverdale-on-the-
Miss Margaret Haltzmastcr, of
Carbondale, is the guest of Miss Mae
W. H. Varcoe was a Carbondale
and Scranton business caller on
Peter Nearey has returned to his
home in Old Forge after spending a
few days here.
Miss Llllie Eno of Brewster, N. Y.,
is visiting her brother, A. W. Eno, at
Seelyville this week.
Misses Alice Groves and Alice Duff
spent the first of the week with
friends in Carbondale.
Mrs. Charles Schlumbohm and
friend of Tyler Hill were Honesdale
callers on Wednesday.
Wilbur Bodlo and William Rear
don are spending the week on Mill
Brook Farm at Uswick.
Benjamin Bayley, of New York
city, is spending a few days at bis
home on vlllow avenue.
'Charles Dorfllnger is spending a
few days with his friend, Fred Suy
dam, in Amherst, Mass.
Mrs. U. G. Ridgeway and son
Homer, are spending a few days with
Mr. Ridgeway at Hazleton.
Misses Helen and Alice Van Drie
sen are spending a few days in
Blooming Grove, Pike county.
Miss Helen Murtha has returned
to her home after a pleasant visit
in Port Jervis and Middletown.
Misses Florence Murtha, Allco
Turnberger and Stella Duff spent
the first of the week at Narrows
burg. Mrs. Horace Welsh, of Blngham
ton, N. Y Is spending a few days
with her sisters, tho Misses Brown,
on Park street.
Harry Parsons, of Wllkes-Barre,
fireman on a Delaware and Hudson
train, Is spending a week's vacation
at his home here.
Mrs. Lyman O. Rose and daugh
ter, Mrs. Charles W. Weston, leave
next Saturday for a ten days' visit
with relatives In Kingston, New York
County Superintendent J. J. Koeh
ler left Tuesday morning for Mlllers
vllle, Pa., to attend a meeting of the
State Examining Board which is in
Mrs. George Monroe, who has been
spending a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. G. William Sell, returned to her
home in Schenectady, N. Y., Thurs
Miss Mabel Rodman, a profes
sional nurse of New York City, is
recuperating at the home of Mrs. G.
C. Rodman at No. 5 Durland brick
block, East street.
Miss Caroline L. Petersen, presi
dent of the Honesdale Improvement
association, Is in receipt of a check
for $25 from Horace G. Young, a
former resident of this place', now of
Albany, N. Y.
Jerome Strauss, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., who makes annual visits to
Honesdale, has just graduated from
Stevens Institute, Hoboken, N. J.
The former is a nephew of Joseph
Strassner, formerly of Honesdale.
Miss Natalie Decker, of Taylor, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. A. Cross
ley, on North Boulevard. She also
attended the graduation exercises
Thursday, her cousin, Sumner Cross
ley, being one of the honored pu
pils. Miss Edna Olver, a professional
nurse in tho Emergency hospital,
Coney Island, was a guest at the
home of Prothonotary W. J. Barnes,
Monday. Miss Olver has been visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
C. Olver, Beachlake.
Grand Master Fred C. Hanyan of
tho Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, who resides In Scranton, and
other high officers, are expected to
bo in attendance at the installation
of the new Odd Fellows Lodge at
Lookout on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Welsh, of Hart
ford, Conn., attended tho funeral
of the late Mrs. J. J. Welsh at Da
mascus tho first of the week. They
are now guests of relatives in the
county, expecting to spend the sum-
mer in Wayne county. I
Charles E. Sandercock, late editor
anu manager or tno wayne county
Herald, now in bankruptcy, has se
cured a position at his trade with
tho Blanchard Press, of Now York
City. iHo left Wednesday morning
to resume his duties in the metropo
lis. Mr. and Mrs. C. . Bullock, Mrs.
J. H. Miller and George Hayward
formed a quartette which sang at
the funeral of tho late Mrs. Kate
Squires at Waymart on Tuesday last.
The remains of tho deceased wore
brought to Honesdale and Interment
was made in Glen Dyberry cemetery
Attorney James Mumford Is at
tending commencement week exor
cises at Amherst, Mass. Misses Lil
lian Creasy, of Waymart, Lena Peth
ick, of Calkins, and Juanita Brum,
of Ashland, students at Bloomsburg
State Normal are home for the sum
mer vacation and they will spend it
at their respective homes.
Silas A. McMullen, superintend
ent of the Honesdale Consolidated
Water company, left Wednesday
morning to attend the tenth anniver
sary banquet of a class fraternity in
Philadelphia, which was held that
evening in the Quaker City. Mr. Mc
Mullen is a graduate of the Pennsyl
vania Military College, of Philadel
phia. Black Silk Coats at Menner & Co.'s
stores. Short and long lengths new
est cutaway and draped shapes.
DEATH OF 3IISS ORTHINGTON,
Formerly Woninn's Republic Govcr
nor of Pennsylvania.
Tho last number of "The
Woman's National Wcokly," St.
Louis, contained tho following no
tice: "Officers and members of the
Woman's Republic and a legion of
other friends, will be pained to learn
of the death on June 1st at Balti
more of Miss Hester A. Worthlngton,
Governor (Woman's Republic) of
Maryland. Interment was at Anna
polls, Md., Wednesday, June 4th.
Miss Worthlngton was formerly
Woman's Republic Governor of
Pennsylvania, but having removed to
Maryland was in January of this
year appointed Governor of that
state. She was for years an ardent
worker in the League and other
prominent organizations, and ren
dered most loyal and efficient ser
vice also In the Woman's Republic.
She was tho daughter of the late
Rev. George Fltzhugh and Elizabeth
Hnrwood Worthlngton of Balti
more." Miss Worthlngton was born in
Annapolis, Maryland, of one of the
best known southern families which
is related or connected with such
other noted families of the old south
as the Washingtons, Lees, Fltzhughs,
Harwoods, Schleys. and others. She
was a graduate of the Maryland In
stitute of Art, ('Baltimore), under
Prof. Fuchs; a student in a life
class under the celebrated William
M. Chase, etc. She camo to Scranton
to take charge of an art class organ
ized by Miss Alice M. Swann of Vir
ginia, and later became associated
wtih Miss S. Louise Hardenbereh in
the founding of the Hardenbergh
School of Music and Art In Scranton,
where she remained with full charge
of the Art Department until three
years ago when it was closed, by
Miss Hardenbergh removing to
Honesdale, and Miss Worthlngton to
Baltimore. The other member of
the faculty of this school was Sum
ner Salter of New York City, an Am
All Wayne county voters in sympathy
with the Progressive movement are re
quested to meet at the COURT HOUSE,
Honesdale, Tuesday, June 24,13, 3i30 P, M.
for the purpose of organizing the Wash
ington Party in Wayne county, electing
officers, adopting rules and transacting
such other business as may come before
the meeting. WALLACE J. BARNES,
Member Progressive Stale Committee.
When You Buy Our Goods You
Get ALL WOOL Fabrics
A distinction which
is UNIQUE in these
days when Cotton Mix
tures are the rule. You
get Special Style, De
signed Tailoring, Un
excelled and COR
You'll find our
clothes as low as
You'll find them at
-LOOK AT THE LINE
These suits have
style Not the mere
style of the fashion
plate which exists for
the guidance of every
Tom, Dick and Harry,
with a pair of scissors
and a bench but style,
which it takes INSPIRATION, ASPIRATION and PER
SPIRATION to evolve.
Gentlemen, I want to see you on these suits, and you
no less need to see me. These are not suits merely to wear
and walk in and work in, but suits that have a style of their
own garments which a man can feel proud of and enjoy.
The Model Clothing Shop
Opposite Union Depot.
herst B, A., a musician and composer
of international reputation and ono
of the most scholarly of our timo,
who is now holding the chair of Mu
sic at Williams college.
Many of the best known young
people of Scranton were students in
Miss Worthlngton's art classes and
thus came under the sway of her
high idealism, also. Beside her pro
fessional work, Miss Worthlngton
was very active In the religious nnd
uplift work of Scranton, particularly
that of St. Luke's church of which
she was a devoted member. She waa
a teacher in tho Industrial, B. I. A.,
and Sunday school of this church and
its missions, under tho rectorship of
both Dr. Henry C. Swentzel and
Bishop Israel; was one of the organ
izers and active workers in both the
Dunmore and South Side missions:
was an organizer, and an effectivo
secretary of St. Luke s branch of tho
English society of the "Girls Friend
ly" for many years. She was also a
member of the S. P. C. A., an or
ganizer of the "Animal Humano
Society," for which she did much
stalwart work against great odds.
Many will miss the influence of
this retiring, quiet but dominant
gentlewoman, who has passed on.
Times and Truth please note.
Plan to attend Indian Orchard
Grange Picnic July 4. Dinner 35c.
Soft drinks also for sale. Good mu
sic will be furnished for dancing.
Amusements, etc. 50ei4
THE Fidelity Mutual Life Ins. Co. of
Philadelphia, issues every kind of
policy suitable for protection and invest
ment on the insurance plan. Five. 10,
15, 20, 25 and 30 Payments, Short Term
Plans and Endowment policies. Inquire
of C. L. Bassett, 1207 East street, Hones
dale. NEURA POWDERS cure
all Headache. 10 cents. Sold
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