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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1913.
Wants, For Sale, Etc.
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r; on SALE-F.urnlture, KUBS, etc iil
r most new: also an lnvnlld's wheel
chair. V. W. Wood. 105 W. 11th St. 72eltf
EN noushers Wanted, Demer Bros.
jo. inc. uicui
FOIt SALE-Two good colts, two years
old, and one five months old. Clar
ence Stevens, Ariel, Ta. 'ztl
EVERT pupil In Wayne county s
schools wants a spelling booklet.
Sent by The Citizen Publishing Company,
Honesdale, Pa., for 11 cents postpaid.
Stamps accepted. MtI'
HOUSE FOIt RENT Burcher house on
East Extension street with range.
Modern. Inaulre of W. W. Baker or F.
P. Kimble, Esq., trustees.
Wi ANTED Several blight girls and boys
W from 14 years upward to learn the
silk trade. Good pay While learning.
Steady advancement. Dexter-Lambert
FOR RENT On September 1st seven
room lower tenement. East Eleventh
street: also six-room tenement and bath,
second story, East Eleventh street. Both
good condition. J. E. Richmond. 63tfel
1X7 ANTED Girls . In stitching room.
" Steady employment. Durland-Wes-ton
Shoe Co. 71eI4t
WANTED Ten to 20 Inexperienced girls
whose ages range from 14 years up
wards to nil positions In our various de
partments. Good pay to start. Steady
employment. Apply at once to Katz Un
derwear Company, Sixth street, Hones
dal . Pa. GSeiO.
WANTED Day operators at once. Ap
ply to Consolidated Telephone Com
panies of Pennsylvania. 67tf
THE Katz Underwear Company de
sires suitable boarding houses for
young ladles in their employment. In en
tering please state number you can ac
commodate, etc. Katz Underwear Co.
MISS GRACE CLARK, number 44 W est
22nd St., New York City. Let me
do your shopping! One trial will con
vince satisfaction. No charge. Out of
town patrons accompanied, if desired.
References given. 67eltf
WANTED Men with selling ability.
Our specialties are quick sellers.
Honesdale Specialty Sales Agency. 03tf
BICYCLES and all kinds of supplies
and sundiies at Graham Watts
hardware store. oltf
FOR RENT Top floor of Foster build
ing opoosite Union station. Suitable
for lodge rooms. Apply Utorge Foster .
HREE-YEAR-OLD COLT pure Eth
bel strain sorrel! broke single good
roadster very gentle and of fine disposi
tion, for sale. Address Jas. Cook, Hones
dale, R. D. No. 2.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Apply 1114 Court street, Honesdale.
THE 1S00 words which will be used in
the district and Teachers' Institute
contests are for sale at the Citizen of
fice, Honesdale, Pa., for only 10 cents
or 11 cents postpaid. One and two cents
stamps accepted. OStr
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,
TWELVE PAIRS OF WINDOW blinds
4 1-2 x 14 inches, practically as
good as new. for sale cheap. Address for
particulars, Lock Box C8, Honesdale.
THROW A WAT 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.
PYROX for Potatoes Kills both the
bugs and the blight. Murray Co.,
NOW IS THE TIME to stop flies.
Screen doors and windows of all
sizes at a good price, at G. Watts, dealer
ONE DOLLAR will open an account at
the Farmers and Mechanics Bank.
Courteous treatment to all. 46tr
FARMING IMPLEMENTS of all kinds.
Special prices on mowing machines,
Hay Rakes, Guards, Etc. Graham Watts.
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.
MAKE YOUR MONEY WORK, then
in older days you will not have to.
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank can
take care of you. Open a bank account
with that Institution to-day. 46tf
SEND Tho Citizen Publishing Com
pany 11 cents for a copy of tho
spelling contest words 68tf
DISON TALKING MACHINE. $5.00.
Where? Mclntyro's. 70el3t
OLIVER TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
Good condition, used only a month.
No. 6 model. Bargain for quick buyer.
Address F, Citizen office, Honesdale, Pa.
SALE BILLS, trespass notices on
cloth, and printing of all kinds for
the farmer Is made a specialty at The
DON'T KEEP your money home.
Bring It to the Farmers and Me
chanics Bank, Honesdale, Pa., where It
will draw interest. 46tf
SALE BILLS, trespass notices on
cloth, and printing of all kinds for
the farmer is made a specialty at The
A marriage license has been is
sued to Archie Smith and Miss Flor
ence Miller, both of Starrucca.
Norman W. Bigart, of Hawley,
and Bertha h. Oarrett, of Honesdale,
were married on Saturday, August
30. In Hawley. Rev. Donald Mac
Kellar performed tho ceremony at
Owing to tho fact that boys
break and destroy the benches In
Darks of Honesdale the local lm-
proveraent association have resort
ed to using stono insieaa oi wooa
or iron. One largo millstone for
many years used in the Torrey grist
mill has been located near tho en
trance of Riverside park. It is to bo
mounted on a concrete base and will
make a very substantial resting
place. Another seat, which Is a
half millstone, has been placed next
to a tree at the right of a tmth
through tho park. Street Commis
sioner woidner is doing tne work,
Walter J. Huck has purchased
of his father a house and lot located
at 547 River street. The dwelling is
two stories high and the lot is 62
by 118 feet.
Jason L. Brigham and MIsb
Idola A. Calkin, both of Damascus,
were united in marriage at the par
sonage at Carley Brook, Aug. 27, by
Rev. J. H. Boyce, pastor of the
The Honesdale public schools
will open on Monday, September 8,
to begin the fall term, after having
been closed during the summer
months. A large enrollment is con
The executive committee of the
Wayne County Teachers' Association
have decided to hold the next meet
ing of the association at Lakewood,
Preston township, on October 3-4.
This decision was made at a recent
meeting of the executive committee.
The rink outfit was sold at
Sheriff's sale Thursday morning.
The organ, skates and contents were
sold entire to T. J. Bauer of Haw
ley. Mr. Bauer is proprietor of the
Hawley rink and will add his ac
quisitions to his own equipment in
Tuesday evening, Miss Eda M.
Emmons entertained at a variety
shower for Miss Jane D. Hagaman,
who is to be a September bride. Five
Hundred was played, and prizes were
won by Misses Ruth B. Lord, and
Edith K. Swift. A very pleasant
evening was enjoyed.
W. Chas. Muir, a member of
the choir at Trinity Chapel, New
York city, delighted the congrega
tion of the M. E. church with several
solos during his .stay in Honesdale.
Mr. Muir's voice combines both
sweetness and power and his enun
ciation is exceptionally fine.
Elsewhere in to-day's Citizen
there appears a notice asking for
bids for installing new individual
seats and a new floor in each of the
four grades in the brick or L of
the new school building, Honesdale.
The school directors are planning to
have these improvements made dur
ing institute week, which is in No
vember. Anything is liable to happen or
occur on Thirteenth street. The
quoit club of that street is so eager
to play that candles have been used
with considerable success of late.
The club, however, have made ar
rangements with the electric light
company to install a private light
on that street for its benefit. There
are some members of the club that
play better at night than in day
light. Miss Amy Cory entertained on
Irving Cliff In honor of her friend,
Miss Margaret De Perry of Tennes
see, on Labor Day. Those present
were: Ethel Lee, Mrs. Chester Gar
ratt, Helen and Marion Charles
worth, Vera Eberhardt, Mrs.
Blanche Horton and her sister-in-law,
Miss Horton, of Long Island
City, Marie Freund, Alma Schuller,
Estella Congon, Mrs. Leon Ross, Mrs.
Harold Van Keuren and Bessie Law
yer. There is nothing but fun in
Charley Grapewin's "Sweethearts
and Wives-' which will be ono of the
early attractions here. The plot is
new and original and is founded on
the complications that follow the
mixing up of tw.o yellow suit cases
belonging to two commercial travel
lers, which bear the same initials,
"J. H." "Sweethearts and Wives"
will be sumptuously mounted and
presented by a company of unusual
The Honesdale Improvement As
sociation calls attention to the un
tidy condition in which young
people who visit the parks
leave the places. Peanut shells,
banana peels, newspapers, etc., are
found every morning upon the
ground. The association has placed
cans and other receptacles In dif
ferent parts of the town for rubbish
of this character and if parties fre
quenting these places had any civic
pride they would refrain from litter
ing the parks with debris.
Many White Mills young people
who have been spending the summer
with relatives at home left for school
on Monday. They are: Clarence El
more, who goes back to business col
lege, Scranton; Miss Mary Gray, to
take up her duties as teacher in a
school near Hawley in Palmyra
township; Walber Swanson went to
Stroudsburg to attend normal school;
Sidney Downs went to Winwood
where ho will take up his duties as
vice-principal of the high school of
that place; Leo Gill went back to St.
Thomas college; Miss Fannie John
son left for Canaan Corners where
she will teach the coming term.
Wednesday, September 3, was
the last day for registering your
name for the purpose of voting at
the coming primary election which
will be held on September 16th. On
that day the office of the county com
missioners was kept busy receiving
the registry books from the 42 dis
tricts of Wayne county, from the reg
istry assessors who have completed
their work. The registration shows
that throughout the county the Re
publicans are coming back into the
fold of the old party. In some dis
tricts the Republicans lead by more
than 16 to 1 over the Washington
party men and almost '2 to 1 over
George E. Taylor, of Elk Lake,
who has a number of friends in
Scranton, is making plans to take up
missionary work in China, says the
Tribune-Republican. He will take
his family with him to that far-off
country. He tells an interesting
story of the' manner In which he ar
rived at the determination to make
the far East the scene of his future
lifework. When the United States
declared war on Spain he enlisted
and went with his company to Cuba.
His letters home showed, he was so
lonesome and homesick that a broth
er joined him to keep him company.
The brother sickened and died while
in camp and Mr. Taylor, broken
hearted, vowed that if his life was
spared he would consecrate his fu
ture life to religious work. When
tho war ended he began to prepare
himself for such a career and now
proposes to make good his pledge by
removing to a field where ho believes
he can do a great deal of good.
Mrs. Charles Volkhart will en
tertain with cards on Thursday af
ternoon. Mrs. John Henry Strongman
has issued invitations for Wednes
day, September tenth at The Home
stead, Bethany, when both Auction
and Five Hundred will be played.
Miss Lucy Forbes Russell's
cards are out for an ' At Homo " to
be given at the Russell residence,
Thursday afternoon, in honor of her
friend and houseguest, Mrs. Horace
T. Aplington, of Fort Ethan Allen,
A suit 4n assumpsit for the re
covery at law of ?280.70 from C. A.
Cortrlght & Son. has been filed in
the local court by H. H. Curtis
through his attorneys. He alleges
non-payment of check on Dime Bank
for that amount.
Airs. Wm. Belknap, of Ciemo, was
in town on Friday.
Miss Myrtle Gill 'of White Mills,
is spending some time in Hawley.
Mrs. C. E. Mills is visiting her
sister, Mrs. U. S. Beers, at Dalton.
Frank H. Thomas, of Valley Lawn
farm, Dyberry, Is erecting a new
Miss Dorothy Reichenbacker is
visiting relatives and friends In
Mrs. Applington of New Hamp
shire, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
H. Z. Russell this week.
Mrs. Edward Stinnard, Miss Lil
lian Eno, John Eno and son Frank
are visiting relatives here.
Herbert Benny will- leave Satur
day morning for New York city
where he will view the sights for one
T. A. Crossley has .returned from
Fairview Lake, Pike county, after
spending his vacation with his fam
ily and father at that place.
Mrs. U. G. Ridgeway has returned
from Mountain Top, Pa., where she
has been a guest of her husband and
son, Homer, who is now with his
Mr. and Mrs. W. Chas. Muir and
daughter, Jean, of New York City;
who have been spending the past ten
days with P. R. Collum and family,
returned home on Tuesday.
A. F. Schimmell, "while lifting a
piece of ice on Wednesday afternoon,
accidentally caught the third finger
of his hand underneath the cake
amputating the digit at the second
Miss Bessie Healy left on Friday
for Binghamton, N. Y., to visit her
sister, Mrs. McKinney. She also ex
pects to spend a few days with
friends at Newport, N. J., before re
Dr. C. F. Barager is confined, to
his home in Hazleton for a few days
with an affection of the throat. He
is improving however, having under
gone a slight operation for the
same a few days ago.
Miss Mary Higgins, a school teach
er of New York City, who spent the
past few months at her summer
home at Lake Como, recently return
ed after spending a few days at the
home of (Burgess C. A. McCarty.
William Miller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Miller, of East street, left
Wednesday for New York City where
ho will bo a week-end guest of Far
rlngton Burkhart. Before returning
homo William will spent a week
visiting his uncle, William Miller,
in New Milford.
Miss Harriet Arnold, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jael Arnold, of Fif
teenth street, left Wednesday after
noon for Swarthmore, Pa,., where she
has accepted a position as teacher of
music in Swarthmore College. Mrs.
Arnold accompanied Miss Harriet
as far as Philadelphia. Miss Ar
nold's many Honesdale school pupils
and other friends wish her unbound
ed success in her work. if
Sumner Crossley will leave Hones
dale about the 20th of September for
Binghamton enroute to Chicago,
where he will enter the Northwest
ern University at Evanston, near the
JVindy City. Sumner, for several
years, was a carrier of The Citizen
and we feel especially Interested in
him. This paper and Sumner's
many Honesdale friends wish him
merited success in his chosen pro
Miss Lillian Anderson of Wllkes
Barre is boarding with Mrs. D. W.
Manning. Her mother, Mrs. W. P.
Anderson will join her here Satur
day. Mrs. Edward Ward spent Thurs
day here at the Gammell home,
leaving Friday to visit Mrs. Reed
Burns In Scranton before returning
to her home In Newark.
Margaret and Elizabeth Pentecost
visited their aunt, Mrs. James Johns,
the past week and left here Friday
to visit their grandfather, William
Pentecost, in Prompton.
Mortlmore Lavo is expecting a
visit from his daughter, Miss Edna
Lavo, of Brooklyn next week.
Two of the dead locust trees
bordering the path to the school,
house were cut down this week and
taken away by Mr. Yerkes. This,
with tho painting of the building,
makes a great improvement.
We regret to hear of the removal
of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Blake out of
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A trip to this world renowned re
sort is more than enjoyable, It is edu
cational. Nothing in the Western
Hemisphere surpasses this Natural
Wonder, this gem in the diadem of
Nature Niagara Falls.
For unexcelled location and all
nround general comfort, the TOWER
HOTEL Is ideally situated, being di
rectly opposite and above tho Falls.
"PEDOS" CORN CURE re
lieves pain at once and event
ually cures, is cents.
By F. A. MITCHEL
There are misfortunes and misfor
tunes. It Is a misfortune to be dump
ed Into an ocean from' a steamer leav
lng you at the rate of twenty Unotn un
hour, but you are- very soot) eltln'r
saved or your troubles are ended i
suffer under u misfortune tbut began
with my olrtb. was added to at iu
baptism and Uus been endured ever
since. My father's unine wa John
Darling. If he bad named ux .lonn
for himself one-half my life's- lter
ings would have beeD avoided, tun in
mother's family nnnve wns IUii'i'
and I was given that surname. I pre
sume I should reinemher my iiri"it
with reverence and affection. A im
the latter, so I do. hut bow run inn
revere n pair ot Intellects which even
combined were too stupid not to fore
see that I, ns boy and man, would he
The trouble began when 1 first went
to school, tbe boys suggesting that I
be classed with the girls. When 1 grew
older and joined n musical club I was
asked If. 1 sung soprano or contralto
I was called ttosie Dear. Darling Hose
indeed, every play upon my name that
could be Invented.
Foreseeing that 'a manly part In life
was needed to help mo to throw off
this suggestion of effeminacy, I deter
mined to become a soldier. I applied
to the congressman of my district He
told me that be had given out bis
appointments, but I saw from the
amused expression on his face that he
would not think of recommendiqg a
boy with such a name. I walked away
to tbe nearest recruiting station and
1 knew what ( had to expect from
my comrades, nnd I was not disap
pointed. I was soon given the sotibri
quet ot "Sweetheart" and. except offi
cially, was never called anything else
I boro It stoically. When addressed as
"Sweetheart" or "Rosie Dear" I did not
complain, taking it ns a matter of
course that Is, pretending to do so.
though every time I was thus address
ed it was like a stab.
I resolved to be tho best soldier In
my company, and I was. Notwlth
standing my Incubus I was promoted
to be corporal, then sergeant an'd final
ly orderly sergeant. When 1 reached
the highest noncommissioned office In
my company I secured an advantage
It enabled mo when on duty to compel
the men to 'address mo by my right
name. I permitted them to call nie
what they liked unofficially, but the
moment one of them djd so upon any
official occasion I brought him up with
a round turn. This gradually killed
My service In the ranks was during
'tho last Indian troubles, and in a tight
that occurred In attempting to drive a
tribe of redskins back on to their res
ervation I, preferring to die rather than
not gain something by which to bal
ance tho disadvantage of tho name un
der which I lived, fought regardless of
danger. The result was that when
wo got back to tbe fort tho colonel
commanding sent for me. compliment
ed mo and told me that ho had recom
mended me for a commission. He
knew mo as Sergeant Darling. Darling
by Itself Is not a very bad name, and I
hoped that when I camo to associate
with tho commissioned officers 1 should
gain a respite. I would be Mr. Dar
ling, and when 1 camo to tho next
grade above I would be Captain Dar
ling. Then 1 would get rid of the "Rosle
Dear'' and all that W
But I was doomed to disappointment.
I found that tbe higher I rose the more
ambitious were my associates. Ambi
tion takes many forms. Tho ambition
of the stupidest persons, seems to bo to
crack a Joke. And the stupider the
person the moro reliant bo is upon an
opportunity. When a few weeks later
tho colonel sent for mo to hand me
my commission I found him looking at
tho parchment with a smile hovering
about his lips. With a twinklo la bis
eye bo said half musingly.
"Rosedalo Darling. Rose Darling.
Un hal Mr. Rose Darling, I am pleased
to greet you among tho commissioned
officers of the army. 1 dare say yon
will be very dear to tbo ladies of tlie
Thank you. colonel." 1 said, forclna
a smile. That's a very good pun ol
yours. How did you happen to think
"On, It's in tho nam-Rose Darling,
Darling Roso, Rose Dear, see?"
"Upon my word," I replied, my face
lighting up with assumed surprise and
admiration. "Excellent! I wonder no
ono over thought of it before."
"Unven't they?' His own face re
flecting the pleasure in mine. "Well,
I suppose It's my- senso of humor."
Then and thero I resolved that 1
t.'ould make a bold stroko for revenge
upon him for indulging in that humor
I had often seen a pretty girl of sev
enteen' at guard mounting or dross
parado whom I had been told was the
colonel's daughter. I laid siege to her
heart and after a struggle won her,
though the colonel tried to head mo off
Jy trumping up charges against ma
I was tried and acquitted, and 1 mar
ried the girl. Since then every time
a (Darling) child is born to mo 1 feel
that I am giving my humorous father-in-law
a now stab. I have at times
been tempted to lay an Incubus on one
of my own boys; by naming him for
myself in order to be able to gloat
the moro over tho old fool who thought
ho was tbe first man to pun on my
THE CMETUDREPfS CODffiDl
"Run. ntrntie; run! Don't you see
Present and Advice.
In this game all the players except
two are seated In a row One of the
two whispers in the ear of each child:
"I 'present you with this," naming
somo article, 'and tho second following
after whispers, "I advise you what to
do with It," giving some usually ab
When all are ready they in turn tell
what has been given and what they
ore to do with it for example, "I was
presented with a pussy cat and advised
to put mayonnaise dressing on It"
What is that which you and every
living person have seen, but can never
set again? Yesterday.
Why is a newborn babe like a don
key's tall? Because It was never seen
I Today's Short Story
II The Deacon's Fiddle I
IT was a well known fact when Abel
Hastings was elected ono of tho
deacons of his church that ho nut
only owned a fiddle, but played on it
Ho had been censured for this act of
worldliness, but as It was his only
weakness and as ho was eminently
fitted to fill a denconshlp his brethren
went ahead and took chances.
But It wnsu't four weeks before he
bought a piano for his daughter. At
an Informal meeting of the other dea
cons, tho pew openers and the box
passers It was decided that a piano
could not classed under tho head
of naturally wicked. The question
was, Could tho dclcon live In the same
house with a fiddle and a piano and
maintain his religious Integrity? Tho
deacon's critics were watching nnd
Nemesis was close on the deacon's
tyeels, however. His daughter Minnie
.was a general favorite, and ono winter
night a lot of young people appeared
ns a surprise party. He couldn't turn
them away, and lie reluctantly brought
out his fiddle, tuned It carefully and
prepared to play.
The fiddle nnd the piano started out
with "Sweet By and Jly," accompa
nied by all who could sing, and how
they ever switched off on tb ragtime
tho deacon could never explain toiilm
self. It was liko a dream to him nest
day. When told that tho young folks
had formed in sets and danced to his
"first four forward and back ladles
change gents to tho left all prome
nade," ho studied over it and sighed. v
Beforo noon next day It was known
far and wide that Deacon Hastings
had fiddled for n dance. That ho would
be churched was regarded as a matter
of course, and it was determined that
his fellow deacons Investigate before
ho could run away from tho scene of
his crime. Accordingly, at 7 o'clock on
GEORGE C. CLARK presents
HARRY A. EMERSON in
A Musical Production with
40 People-Mostly GirIs-40
PRICES : 25-35-50 and 75 cents
1 1 y i i
Sent Salo starts at 0 A. M. Friday, September 5th.
what kind of an animal that Is?"
Fox In His Den.
In the game of fox a circle Is marked
on the ground and Is called the fox's I
den. The fox is taunted by the other
players, who clrclo around. Tho fox
can neither strike or bo struck while i
be Is in his "den." Even when ho Is I
out of his don ho can strike only when'
ho Is standing on ono leg, and if he
puts the other to the ground ho must'
retire to his don before trying to strike,
again If he succeeds in striking an-l
cither player they exchange places.
The Live Jumping Jack.
I know allttle
Not a toy;
It's just a little
Boy named Jack,
A little 1
Jumping boy I
tho evening after tho party, they 'filed
Into his parlor to put him on the rnck.
"Brethren, I hain't got much' to say,"
began tho culprit. "If there was a
dance, and I guess there was, then tho
fiddle sort of got away with me."
"But you also called out tho figures
to be danced, didn't you?" asked one.
"Mebbo I did. When the music got
to goln I felt that I had to mix In.
Duriu' my sinful days I used to go to
every danco within ten miles."
"There can bo no doubt, brethren,"
said the same deacon, "that it was sin
ful music nnd that there was dancing,
but we must not bo too impetuous.
Deacon Hopkins, will yon let us hear
tho strains given last night?"
The deacon called his daughter down
and got out his fiddle. Whllo ho was
tuning up three of Minnie's girl friends
arrived and were ushered into the
room. When tho music was ready, tbe
"I will show you as nigh as I can re
member just how it was. Deacon
Jones, you stand hero with my wife.
You others stand up with these girls.
Now you nro all ready. Saluto your
partners! Ladles to tho right gents
to tho left I All saluto! Promenado
halfway round hnlf way home! All
balance and swing your partners!"
Tho deacons had stood up reluctant
ly. They had hung back at tho first
cnll. It was only for n minute, how
ever. A warm wave swept them from
head to heels and back, nnd they went
through the figures with n vim.
"That's tho way it was," said Deacon
Hastings ns tho music stopped "only
more of it; two hours, mebbo."
Tho deacons retired to tho kitchen
for a consultation, nnd when they had
'got thero they looked into eacli other's
face and queried, "Well?
When they had returned to tho par
Id Deacon .Tones, speaking for tho
rest, bc 1(1 :
"Brother Hastings, wo find that you
played slnfut music and that you call
ed sinful calls for a sinful dance, but
we nlso find that youMkMlo got away
with you and that everybody enjoyed
tho occasion, and so you won't hear
any more about it. I may add in this
connection, being ns we are hero as
sembled and being as your fiddle and
piano are In tune, you might favor us
with a few tnoro lively airs."
mwm Mai nrnT c I