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the In them o i becomes Renovo (By Special CrieÂ»(*ndÂ«KÂ«.) Renovo, Sept 4.--The Â· Renovo Men entertained twenty-six members of the Lock Haven tribe at the lodge room on Strtt\. aUt-ct last evening when a class of new rÂ»jMHdptes waj initiated. The visitors r arrived at 4.45 o'clock and at 8 o'clock a-parade was held on .the main atreeta .of toe.ior- ough, with the Renovo Chamber ol Commerce band at tie head of the pro- ceslson. The chief tn^shal was WU- Upm H. Elliott, of 'South Renovo, the smallest Red Man in the state. The ItilHaffATi and pntPrtHinmpTit wfl*i in the lodge room after the parade. The visitors returned to Lock Haven On t* 1 * 1 m i d n i g h t traifU Patrick Neylon, of Eighth street, hail been ill of pneumonia for a week-'w more. His sister. Miss Ella Neylon,' a trained nurse, who has been at Coaksburg. Pa., during the summer Tfr at her home on Main aUfeet, test evening Mr. And Mrs. Houston Baet**n, erf Grange, lad., are guests at the Mrn,.navid Stolz. Wig Frances PeUIHn enter*Â»inad-Bt bridge f*Â»Â» evening. -Martha Smith, of Scranton, visited Mr. (ind Mrs. Walter McVe'^h, Koleldalmi, oa-R. D. No. 3. W. H. Baazhaf prestdeut of *ie Lycomlng County Fruit Grciwera' as-. socHtion, la at Meenan!esbttrg tiewing the frttlt farm of Dr. H. A. Surface the State Orchard depar Latent.' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grenier to Senaca, N. Y^ to visli relÂ»Uves. of of new Muncy Fu-^ttnre company was held here and a corporation duly jganed^ onder tile laws oJ FATiRcylva-' nia on September 2. Tne omcers ulFGCtO^d - ftj?61 Wfli i Â£Â· B. " jfjpffymti^- president; Wllse Ta)lTMÂ«Ti, vice president; president; eGorge L. Painter, "8etiret*iy; eorge L. Panter, "setiretiuy; P. Rogers, treasurer.