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Mw. J. A. Burlington Died The death of Mrs. Rachaei Burl ington widow of Dr. John A. Burlington,' Burlington,' occurred last nisrht a few minutes before nine o'clock, at tfte family residence, 824 North Main street, following a month's Illness. About three years ago Mrs. Burlihg - ton was very ill and while she had recovered from this attack, she had not enjoyed the best of ihealth for some time and had had a number of retops?s. For the last three weeks her .condition had been serious. Duryea had always been her home, 'her parents being John and Mary Edwards Edwards Jones, well known residents of this borough. She was married to Dr. Burlington, who was one of the prominent physicians of this locality and who served as burgess of Duryea at one time. His death occurred about nine years ago. The Burlington Burlington family ihas been most active in support of the Duryea Presbyterian Lnurcn. ur. Burlington was'an elder up to the time of his death: his widow has been very active in the work of the congregation, and fclieir son was formerly superintendent - of the Sunday School. Mrs. Burlington was admired for her excellent qualities qualities and her passing leaves a vacancy in the community that will be hard to fill. T An only son, Joseph, survives, also her mother, now residing in Old Forge: two brothers, Edward Jones, mine foreman at "William A. Collitjry, and William Jones, both of Old Forge and one sister. Mrs. William Corrtv,' of Avoca. : ' The funeral will be held Monday afternoon, with services, at the home and interment in Fortv Fort Cemetery. Cemetery.