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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JULY n, 1913.
Wants, For Sale, Be.
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company the order.
It requires time to properly set
advertisements, therefore The Citi
zen announces the following
Schedule Copy for regular space
advertisements for the Tuesday Is
sue should be handed in the office
no Inter than Monday morning at 9
o'clock and early on Saturday if
Copy for Friday's paper should
be in the office no Inter than Wed
nesday night earlier than that if
possible. Wo cannot guarantee the
Insertion of space advertising un
less the above rules are complied
Cent-A-Word advertisements can
not be accepted after 2 p. m. on
Mondays and Thursdays.
JACOB SINGER, expert Stove repair
er, and proprietor of The Carbon
dale Stovo Hospital and Electro Plating
Works, will solicit In and around Hones
dale In the near future. Mr. Singer has
one of the largest and most complete
stove repairing shops In the State, locat
ed at Carbondale, and believes that there
Is a good additional field for him In
Wayne county. 5Cel2
BICYCLES and all kinds of supplies
and sundries at Graham Watts'
hardwaro store. Eltf
FARMING IMPLEMENTS of all kinds.
Special prices on mowing machines,
Hay Itakes, Guards, Etc. Graham Watts.
P OR SALE 1913 Model, Motor Cycles
1 and Motor Boats at bargain prices,
all makes, brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our proposi
tion before buying or you will regret It:
also bargains In used Motor Cycles.
AVrlto us today. Enclose stamp for re
ply. Address Lock Box 11, Trenton,
PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, Pictures,
Films, Kodaks, Amateur work finish
ed. Goods sent by mall. Bodle's Studio.
THE Greater Honesdale Board of Trade
Is dally receiving inquiries regarding
places for summer guests. Any persons
who wish to take boarders are requested
to leave or send their names and their
rate cards with the secretary, E. B.
Callaway, Citizen office, Honesdale, Pa,
THREE-YEAR-OLD COLT-pure Eth
bel strain sorrell broke single good
roadster very gentle and of fine disposi
tion, for sale. Address Jas. Cook, Hones
dale, R. D. No. 2.
BUSINESS Men's picnic. Lake Lodoie,
July 23. Special trains; morning at
9:15 and 1:15 p. m. WelS
WANTED Girl for general housework.
AoDly 1114 Court street. Honesdale.
FOR RENT Seven rooms and a bath
In the Buel Dodge house, down stairs,
corner of Church and Seventh streets af
ter June 1st. Enquire of C. E. Dodge,
FOR SALE Elegant building lot on
North Main street, near C- F. Bul
lock's residence. Ask Buy-U-A-Homo
Realty company about It.
ESTABLISHED BAKERY BUSINESS
in Honesdalo for sale Good location
on Main street; enjoys excellent patron
age. Lunch rooms well established, en
joyed by many Honesdale and rural dis
trict people Fine stand for young man
to embark In business. Books open to
prospective purchaser. For further In
formation Inquire of Buy-U-A-Honie
Realty Company, Honesdale, Pa., Jad
wln building. 51ei).
TWELVE PAIRS OF WINDOW blinds
4 1-2 x 14 Inches, practically as
good as new, for sale cheap. Address for
particulars, Lock Box 68, Honesdale.
ONE CENT a word is the price for
these llttlo ndlets, and they are busi
ness brlngers. They "work while you
Honesdale and Greater Honesdale
A'OTE FOU PAVE.
It Is tho height of nmbition of
every young mnn to innlco his mark
in tho world. Every young mnn who
is n voter will have this-privilege on
Friday, when ho can mnko his murk
on his ballot In favor of increased in
debtedness, or la other words vote
TWIllnrrl TiV Dnrln sprit flin flrot
C. O. D, parcel post package out of
The Pleasant Valley Grange
will hold their annual picnic on
Thursday, July 31st.
John P. Shanahan on Saturday,
July 5, assumed the position of
managing editor of tho Susquehan
na jiivoning Transcript anu weeKiy
There will be no matinco of tho
Edison talking moving pictures on
Monday afternoon. Only one per-
luriiiuucu unu uuti win ue uuring mu
Ttev. Jesse Herrmann at the
Presbyterian church on Sunday, July
13th, will have for his morning
theme, "Faith In Action." The
evening theme will bo "Tho Lost
Fourth Class Postmaster Ex
amination, Saturday, August 9, 1913.
Tho United States Civil Service
Commission, announces that on tho
date named above an examination
will bo held at Susquehanna, Pa.,
as a result of which It is expected
to make a certification to fill a con
templated vacancy In tho position of
fourth-class postmaster at Sherman,
and other vacancies as thoy may oc
cur at that office.
Mrs. Volney Skinner, a lady who
has seen the frosts of seventy-five
winters, recently heard the dog mak
ing a great fuss in the garden. She
went to tho place and found a wood
chuck backed up in tho corner fac
ing the dog. She bad no weapon of
any sort, so she returned to the
house to get something. She espied
a clothes pounder and seizing this
returned to the conflict. She batted
the chuck over tho bead and disabled
it so that doggie had a feast)f fresh
meat for several meals. Mrs, Skin
ner resides at Mllanvlllo.
AUTOMOBILE Late model Ford tour
ing car for sale cheap. C. H. Rettew
C.19 'ATnln otraat K5o! 9
IF YOU are looking for a 10 per cent,
investment call at the oillce of the
Buy-U-A-Home Realty company, Jadwln
THROW A WAT your old Sprayer and
get one of our Gould's Compressed
Air Sprayers. Saves your" time and your
temper, und does BETTER work. Mur
ray Co., Honesdale, Pa.
PROPERTY LOCATED ON RIVER
street, consisting of two dwelling
houses and large lot, extending from
River to Cottage street for salo cheap.
This property shows a net Income of 8
per cent, on the Investment. Inquire of
Buy-U-A-Home Realty Company, Jad
wln building, Honesdale, Pa. E2eU
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 'phono
PYROX for Potatoes Kills both the
bugs and the blight. Murray Co.,
FOR RENT Six desirable rooms with
all modern conveniences. Good lo
cation. Will be ready for occupancy by
July 1. Call Bell No. 157 or Citizen No.
101 or Inquire at the Citizen oillce. tf
WANTED 3 or 4 rooms with modern
conveniences, suitable for light
housekeeping, In the resident section. Ad
dress K, Citizen office. 53tf.
FOR SALE Flvo hens and a rooster
for J5. Hens good for laying or eat
ing, Roosters full blooded Black Minorca,
a year old. Inquire at Citizen oillce or
at Woodward's, Hoadleys. Bell 'phone.
F YOU ARE LOOKING FOR an Ideal
place to build your home, consult the
Buy-U-A-Home Realty Company. Have
you Inspected Willow Park7
NOW IS THE TIME to stop files.
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 policy with the
Elective Life Disability feature written
by C. Bassett, agent for the F. M. L.
ins. co. or i'niiauejpma,
f ABBAGE plants for sale. $1.50 per
w inousanu; hjc per nunurea. n. v.
Keen, R. D. 3, Waymart, Pa. 52eilt
WHY TIE YOURSELF any longer to a
rent receipt? Own your home. See
Buy-U-A-Home Realty Company, Jadwln
building, Main street, Honesdale.
FOR SALE Nice gentle colt over a
year old, black. Inquire at Citizen
office, or call on F. P. Woodward, Hoad
leys. EXCELLENT FARM FOR SALE Lo
cated In Lebanon township on State
road leading to Equinunk and about nine
miles from Honesdale. Farm very pro
ductive and one of best In that vicinity.
Contains 136 acres of good tillable soil;
red shale. Upon premises Is located
frame house, two barns, good orchard,
water, and a quantity of lumber. Will
sell at a reasonable price. Bargain for
some one. For further particulars In
quire of Buy-U-A-IIome Realty Company,
ONE DOLLAR will open an account at
the Farmers and Mechanics Bank.
Courteous treatment to all. 4Ctf
MAKE YOUR MONEY WORK, then
In older days you will not have to.
Tho Farmers and Mechanics Bank can
take care of you. Open a bank account
with that institution to-day. 46tf
OLIVER TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
Good condition, used only a month.
No. 6 model. Bargain for quick buyer.
Address F, Citizen office, Honesdale, Pa.
ONE DOLLAR per month will get you
protection If you aro 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 The
WHAT'S the use of fret and worry over
senseless cares and strife? Use
these adlets In a hurry, let them smooth
your path of life.
SUMMER BOARDERS' ATTENTION!
Souvenir Envelopes, Honesdale views,
for sale at The Citizen offlce, over Jad
win's drug store. Main and Eight streets,
6 or 5c, or 10c cer dozen. 49tf.
X ANTED Carpenter and teamster.
" Steady work. Long Pond Mill. E2tf
DON'T KEEP your money home.
Bring It to the Farmers and Me
chanics Bank, Honesdale, Pa., where It
will draw Interest. 4Ctf
WANTED-Coples of Citizen dated July
' l, 1913. senu or leave at tms oillce,
Tho condition of Mrs. Austin
McGrnnaghan, of Hancock, N. Y.,
sister of P. E. Fives, of this place, re
Jenkins' Boy Band will give a
band concert on the evening of July
22, the day before the Business
Men's picnic to Lodore.
Luke Levy, tho man who
"wants to see you," announces that
during this month and August his
store will remain closed on Monday
Tho following young people
have been spending a few days at
Whlto Mills: Misses Stella Duff,
Mao McGraw, Reglna Murray, Alice
Duff, Anna Groves and Alice Groves.
Samuel Wedge drovo a fishing
party from hero to Williams Pond
last Saturday; and on Sunday took
a fishing party of about 40 from
here and Scranton to Peck's Pond,
N. Y., about CO miles from hero. Tho
trip was mado in a day and a half.
Leon S. Brower, who for tho
past several months has beon tho
efficient clerk in T. A. LIghthlsor's
Shoo Store, has accepted a position
as traveling salesman for Durland
Weston Company, with headquarters
at Orangeville, Pa. Ho is succeeded
by D. A. Shultz of Berwick, Pa.
There were 227 adult and 128
children's excursion tickets and 10
regular tickets sold for Lodoro on
Tuesday, making a total of 355.
This representation was from tho
Presbyterian and Grace Episcopal
Sunday schools from this place and
the same denominations from Way
mart. Jenkins' Boy Band accompan
ied the excursionists and a very
pleasant day was spent despite sev
The last will and testament of
J. Gottlieb Ammer, late of Honesdale
was admitted to probate Monday.
Mr. Ammer was one of Honesdale's
oldest business men. Under the
terms of tho will he bequeathed to
his son, George Ammer, of Narrows
burg, N. Y., tho sum of $1,000; to
his daughters, Mary Amnier and
Mrs. Lena Bergmann, ho left the rest
of his property both real and per
sonal. The two last named were
also made Joint executors of the will.
The will was witnessed by M. J. Han
Ian and Robert A. Ferber,
WAYNE TROLLEY ROAD MEANS
COMPANY INSTRUCTS ATTORNEY
TO FILE 1JONDS TODAY.
Contract Signed for Laborers Head- ,
qunrters Leased for Help Pre
liminary AVork to Begin Within n
Bonds to tlio amount of $10,000 to
Insure the town against liability dur
ing the construction of the Wayne
County Street Hallway company In
Honesdale, and $10,000 surety bonds
guaranteeing the company's good
faith to build tho road, the Citizen
was informed Thursday afternoon,
would be filed within the next twenty-four
hours. The company has
also taken out indemnity insurance
to the amount of $25,000 which will
protect all residents, workmen and .
others against any accident occur
ring along the proposed line between 1
Honesdale' and Hawley. This will .
protect any person any time from
any nature of an accident during the
construction of the road. ,
A contract was made between
William Recall, of Scranton, and tho
Wayne County Street Railway com
pany on Thursday, whereby the
former party will furnish laborers '
to build the road. T. S. Welch was
witness to the contract.
Arrangements have been made
with E. H. Cortright for the use of
the cold storage at East Honesdale
as headquarters for the laborers.
Work will be commenced on sub
grading in a few days. Some of the
tools and equipment have arrived.
The food stuff for the workmen has
been contracted for.
Mr. E. F. Draper told a Citizen
representative Thursday afternoon
in case that the pave proposition
should be defeated that the trolley
company would macadam between
the rails and two feet on either side
of the track.
VOTE FOR PAVE.
A marriage license has been is
sued to John Henry Hlntermester, of
Scranton, and Miss Marguerite C.
Kennedy of Pleasant Mount.
" Young Buffalo " is an
other wild west show that will visit
Honesdalo July 28, It is stated that
another circus will come here in
E. W. Gammell has sold auto
mobiles to Ivan Larson and Fred
Ellison, both of White Mills. The
former is the owner of a touring,
while the latter possesses a runa
bout. Carbondale will come to Hones
dale Saturday prepared to take what
is scheduled to be one of the fastest
games to be played on the local
grounds this season. Come out and
see the game.
Lewis A. Lybolt, late of Da
mascus township, left by a will made
before his death, all his personal
property to his wife, Sarah J. Lybolt.
Tho will was admitted to probate last
week. Mrs. Lybolt has the use of
the real estate during her life time"
and after her demise it will go to the
children. The will was witnessed by
A. T. Searle and Charles P. Searle.
Chapman and Bell, contractors,
of Ariel, were awarded the con
tract of building the new bridge over
the Lackawaxen river, commonly
called Park Lake, between Court
street and Dyberry Place. The
work of digging for tho abutments
was commenced this week. The
bridge will be for the use of pedestri
ans only and will be completed this
The funeral of the late Mrs.
H. A. Woodhouse was held from the
Presbyterian chapel on Tuesday
morning at 10:30. Interment was
made in Glen Dyberry cemetery. The
pallbearers were: Horace Andrew of
New York; E. A. Blandin and A. W.
Blandln of Scranton; William J.
Ward, of Honesdale; Charles Wes
ton, of Carbondale; George Foster,
Dominlck Francisco, of Forest
City, convicted at the recent session
of the Susquehanna county court at
Montrose of illegally selling liquor,
was called for sentence before Judge
Little Tuesday at the session of argu
ment court. Francisco was sentenc
ed to pay a fino of $500, the costs of
prosecution and undergo imprison
ment in tho county jail for a term
of ninety days.
E. Gregor, of Aldenvlllo, who
twirled for tho Honesdale team sev
eral times last season, has been en
gaged to pitch for tho Carbondale
team in their game against Hones
dale at Whito Mills on Sunday. Gre
gor is a good twirler and Sunday he
will have a chanco to pitch against
his former associates. Ho would
mak6 a good acquisition to tho homo
team but as the finances art- limited
it is impossible for us to Eecuro his
services at the present tlmo.
Ward Suttle, a farmer 35 years
of ago, of Downsville, was attending
tho 25th anniversary of his unclo'sl
weadlng, near Livingston Manor,
having driven his father's black
station to tho affair. In harnessing
the horse It viciously attacked him,
catching him by tho arm and causing
a complete dislocation of the left el
bow, and a fracturo of tho forearm
as well as painful lacerations of the
muscles of tho forearm. An attempt
was made to savo tho arm but it is
thought that amputation may bo
Frans Snyder, a farmer of Scott
township, Lackawanna county, met
with a painful and distressing acci
dent In Jermyn about C:30 o'clock
Monday evening when his horses be
camo unmanageable on Main street
and ran away. Snyder was thrown
from the wagon seat and his right leg
was projected through one of tho
front wheels. As he was whirled
around tho leg was broken in four
places. He clung to the reins
throughout and fell finally to one
side where one of the horses kicked
him twice on the head. Assistance
arrived at this time and the horses
were stopped. When Snyder was
picked up he was carried Into the ho
tel conducted by Edmunds & Sny
der. He was rushed to the Emer
gency hospital In Carbondale by Mr,
Edmunds in an automobile. At that
institution it was stated that Snyder
had a fractured leg and lacerated
head. His skull is not fractured.
Charles Patterson has rented
tho south side flat of the Bauman
building on lower Main street.
Every citizen of Honesdale
owes it to himself, his family and his
town to cast a voto in favor of pave
on Friday, July 11.
Now what do you think of
Honesdale's Main street? Wouldn't
pave bo better? Vote for a sub
stantial Main street, Friday, July 11.
Elsewhere In to-day's Citizen
we reproduce a specimen of tho bal
lot which will bo voted at the court
house Friday, July 11, between the
hours of 7 a. m. and 7 p. m.
While temporarily insane Tue's
day night Mrs. Frank Lenahan, of
Wilkes-Barre, attempted suicide by
swallowing a quantity of carbolic
acid. Some weeks ago her husband
was injured in tho mines and the
family has been almost destitute ever
since. This preyed on the mind of
Itobt. D. Towne, editor of the
proposed new Scranton Daily News,
was in Honesdale on Wednesday and
Thursday of this week. At a con
ference of the members of the Wash
ington party in tho court house on
Wednesday he was assured of the
support of that party toward the
making the new newspaper venture
a success in Wayne county. It is
rumored that financial aid was also
offered by some of the members.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Honesdale Business Men's Asso
ciation was held on Wednesday even
ing in the city hall. Outside of rou
tine business, no special work was
executed with the exception of dis
cussing the picnic. Chairman C. E.
Bates stated that the special com
mittees under him reported progress.
Messrs. J. B. Nielsen and W. H.
Kreitner, who were appointed to
visit the factories and place closing
cards in them, reported that same
had been taken care of and that a
general closing would be affected
for July 23.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton DeWitt of
Scranton, celebrated the twentieth
anniversary of their marriage at
their home recently. Many useful
and beautiful gifts of china, cut
glass and linens were received. At a
social hour a dainty luncheon was
served. Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Silvlus, Mr. and Mrs.
Clark Staut, Mr. and Mrs. Giles
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McFar
land, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scambler
and daughter Pearl, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Latch
am, Mr. and Mrs. William Perry,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrowcliff,
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Barrowcliff,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Metcalfe, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Ecke, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Numan, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Saxe,
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Saxe, Mr. M.
Rodelen, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton De
Witt, and Mrs. M. Bates and daugh
ter, Ethel, of Honesdale, Pa., Mrs.
Oswald Burger of Wilkes-Barre,
Misses Ester and Elizabeth Jones,
Lenoro and Margaret Welles, Nellie
'Burger, 'Nellie Burger, Florence Sil
vlus, Sarah Shephar, Mrs. J. Gifford,
Thomas Dodds and Mrs. Oswald
Burger, of Wilkes-Barre and Phillip
Ecke, of Newfoundland.
St. Mary 'Magdalen Sodality will
hold annual lawn social Thursday,
July 17th. It will be a typical Holland-Dutch
J. B. Robinson was a business cal
ler in Scranton on Thursday.
Paul E. Fives was a business caller
in Carbondale on Wednesday.
Miss Anita Clark is a gust of the
Misses Flannaghan In Port Jervis.
Edward Mathey is spending his
vacation in New York and Boston.
Miss Mary Holland, of Easton, is
spending her vacation at her home
Peter Ruff has returned to
Wilkes-Barre, after spending some
time in Honesdale.
Charles H. Fletcher left Wednes
day for New York City, where he
will spend a few days.
Miss Margaret Kreitner loft Wed
nesday for Ariel, where she will visit
Lenora Keyes for a few days.
Michael Galvin left Thursday for
Mount Pocono, whero ho will spend
a few days at that popular resort.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weston, of
Carbondale, attended the funeral of
Mrs. H. A. Woohouso on Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hilkowich of New
York City, spent Tuesday and Wed
resday visiting friends in Hones
dale. Joseph Smith, wife and daughtor,
Dorothy, of Corning, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. August Smith at Whlto
John T. Brown, court reporter for
tho Scranton Times, was a pleasant
caller in Honesdalo on Monday and
Miss Emma Bone, of Dunmore, ar
rived Wednesday evening for a short
stay with her sister, Mrs. E. B. Calla
way, on East streot.
'Miss Emma Cook and Miss Nora
Brenhooffer of Honesdalo are spend
ing tho week with tho latter's rela
tives in Scranton and vicinity.
Mrs. Josoph Fryer and daughter,
Gertrude, accompanied Miss Gladys
Weaver to her homo in Stroudsburg
on Thursday, where they spent a
Editor Harlan P. Woodward of
the Peckville Journal, passed a few
pleasant moments at the Citizen of
flco Tuesday, enroute from Hawley
to his Peckville homo.
Professor Buck, A. A, Ammerman,
Dr. Robinson and W. A. McConnell,
all of Scranton, left Tuesday morn
ing for Rock Lake, whero they spent
a few days with tho gamey bass.
Mrs. Joseph S. Waite and two
children, Joseph S., Jr., and Donald,
of Glenburn, returned on Wednes
day after spending a few days as
guests at the homo of the former's
brother, Dr. E. W. Burns.
VOTE FOR PAVE TO
MORROW, JULY n.
Joseph Rouane, of Forest City,
visited friends in town recently.
William Keogh, of Archbald, is
the guest of Honesdale friends this
Miss Lydla Croll, of Scranton; is
visiting at her home on Bread
Charles Fry, of Waymart, was at
tending to business in tho county
seat on Thursday.
Mark Turnberger returned to
Wilkes-Barre on Monday after spend
ing a few days here.
Patrick Campbell of Wilkes-Barre,
has returned homo after a visit with
friends at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rauch, after
spending a few days as guests at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Oeh
lert, have returned to Bloomsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Weldner left
Wednesday for a short stay with rel
atives and friends in New York City,
Walden, N. Y., and Paterson, N. J.
NOTICE TO WATER
1 1 f c I if rtfo
hibited, except between the hours
mof 6 and 8 a. m. and 6
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onnYTFAM WIMM The Jungle Dance
ZO OX TEAM MTWaSsWy WILP ANIMAL REVEL
, Equestrian Maze WwuMMMMiui Muggins' Trio
' WORLD'S NATIONAL ENSIGNS MUnt Eltpltai. Dor tti Peer
i Greatest Riders IfflSW COSSACKS, EAST INDIANS
cfEv.ry Equ,.,rl.nN.llon OhZ ARABIANS, JAPANESE
INDIANS M..HAHssplirHcilDns..2o SO. AHERICAHS ZULUS
i of many tripes l l DAHOMIANS, MAORIS
THE SPLENDORS OF THE ORIENT - THE FEATURES OF THE HIPPODROME
IN VIVID CONTRAST WITH PIONEER DAYS
W.Jf.? STf.E?..ARENAl ,N NO OTHER EXHIBITION CAN ANYONE DEHOLD
SUCH AUTHENTIC DISPLAYS OF RACIAL CHARACTERISTIC AMUSEMENT
BIG STREET PARADE
Grace Episcopal church, Sunday,
July 13. Services at 10:30 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 12
Christ church, Indian Orchard,
Rev. A. L. Whlttaker will hold ser
vice at 2:30 p. m.; Sunday school
every Sunday at 1:30 p. m.
Central Methodist Episcopal
church, Will II . Hlllor, pastor, Sun
day, July 13. Morning worship at
10:30 o'clock, sermon by Rev. L. G.
Murdock, D. D. Sunday school at
12 M. Evening worship at 7:30
o'clock, sermon, by pastor, subject,
"The Guest of a Sinner. Special
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rlckert, who
have been visiting relatives here,
have returned to' their home at
Great Bend. They were accompan
ied by Miss Eugenia Rickert, who
will make a short stay at that
sprinkling is abso-
ind 8 p. m.
T3LO.O IBigr Bliow
HONESDALE NOT UNTIL
- MONDAY, JULY 28 -
10:30 A.M. 2 PERFORMANCES
DAH.Y-2 & 8 P.M.. RAIN'OR SHINE