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WEDNESDAY, JUNK 22. IW2.
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I B. III. .1. W. I'llCST. I'. M.
. LOCAL LACONICS.
Will you Ixi In Roynoldsvillo on the
Prof. Stanley's two months of soluxil
f will close Friday.
Roynoldsvlllu will to the place to
. hjm'ihI your Fourth.
Tho painter ami carixuiters of Royn
jg' oUIhvIIIo are kept busy.
We are thankful to Mm. .T. B. Ayers
for mime Ann wedding cako.
Lndlcs walking slnxs nt Robinson's
7ii, M.OO. I.2T), fM.fiO & 1.75.
v Tho Democratic primaries will prinV
I ahly Ixi hold on tho llth of .Inly.
ww ' Have you contributed to tho Titus
( villo and Oil t'lty relief fund yet?
Mrs. Samuel Hrllhart'H friends nave
I Ladies' nnd gentlemen's smiles for sale
orhlro at Kd. ('. Burn's llvorv stable.
Tho experience of all llvo IiiihIiiohm
men has boon that it pay to advertise.
Thin Ih tho only town in tho county
that will havo a celebration - of any
Tho amount of watcd tax for .leffoi
8on county lant yoar wan $.'17,000, this
yoar it will bo $4"i,000.
A. M. Wixxlwnrd will oontimio to run
the drug store recently purchased by
Alexander and Dotblo.
Jack O'Brian had tho indox finger on
', his right hand smashed whilo coupling
coal oars at Big Sildlor Saturday.
' Two runaway)) occurred thin wook by
tho carelessness of allowing spirited
horses to Btand without being tied.
Tho Kant End Jems of Brookvillo
; challenge a goixl second nlno of Royn
I tnldsvlllo or DuBois to play a ramo of
Thn lltVMUtllt lita.lf.lltl lu n Iv.aiitv lu If
IetandH oxoiiod to public viow. It Uxikn
like a "bump on a log" on tho largo rink
Al Ylrl.lt . 1.111 .1. I . .1 . .. .
vv iiiiviiiu, ino ouu piunior or
this place, had onoof lib flngoiK broken
lawt wook whilo practicing on tho, bull
Thoro watt no preaching in tho M. K.
church Sunday evening on account of
the aerious IUiiohh of Kov. Murray's
' Idle mon are not to 1x3 found in lloyn
oldHvillo. A few lazy representatives of
mankind can to found on the shady side
of the streets.
Tho excursion to Lindsey Sunduy Uxik
150 Roynoldsvillo people to witness tho
dedication ceremonies. A number
drove over In buggies.
The B., R. & P. R'y will run a great
"Moonlight Excursion" to Niagara Falls
on'Saturday evening, Juno 2fth. Tho
fare for round trip is only S2.50.
Tho members of the Epworth Leaguo,
of the M.E. Church, held a "Pio Social"
in the G. A. R. hall on Wednesday evo
ning of last week. It was an enjoyablo
The now paper and the application of
the painter's brush has made a decided
improvmont on the Interior of the post
office. A number of new boxes will be
If the follow who took the barometer
away from in front of Wm. Copplng's
store in Prescottville, recently, returns
the same he may save himself some
trouble , .
f ' This is commencement week at the
Central State Normal school at Lock
Haven. There are twelve pupils atten'
ding tke school from this immediate
Nlnlan Cooper assisted County Treas
turer Mc Williams on Thursday and Frl
iday of last week at Hotel MoConnell to
receive the "filthy lucre" for state and
The Driftwood Oaiette enters upon its
seventeenth volume this week. J. T,
Earl, the editor, is a live young man,
full of push, and gives Driftwood a good
The Republican primaries are over
and all the candidates did not get the
nominations for the respective offices
they were after, as they were sanguine
.they would before the primaries.
The county convention of the Y. P. S.
(!. K. will be hfdd In the Hnoehwixxl'i
Prodbyterlnn church to-morrow. A
numtor of the young people of this
place will drive to tho convention.
The Order United American Mechan
ics will hold an anniversary at Punxsu-
tawney July IHth. Prizes will be given
to Councils having the largest xrcon
tagn of mcmlxirs in line In the parade,
the first prize being a fc'O silk (lag.
Rev. Harvey flinm Kurhay'n lecture
on 'rhospliorns and water' Bt tnu
()xra House Friday evening was an
excellent one and was delivered In the
Reverend's usual eliHiient and pleasing
stvle. The net nx-elpts wero alxiut
The DiiImiIh band carried off first
prize nt the contest ill Itidgway last
week, and Prescottville emne in for
third pHe. The Preseottvllle band
could have easily secured the second
prize If they had entered for It.
The HevniililHville lluilillng and I, nun
ArWH'Intlon sold cleliteon shares on
Monday evening at the following pre
miums: Five shiui'S at 211 H-rccnt; two
shares at 27: four at 27): two at 2: live
at .'II. Maklnir an nveraife of 2ll.
Amount sold, t.'I.IHMl.
The children's exercises In the
Presbyterian, Lutheran and M. E.
churches Sunday morning were well
attended nnd the collections lllx'iiil.
The programs prepared for the occasion
wero well rendered. Tho Interior of
the churches were deinrated.
Tho band tournament at Ridgway
last week enlivened that town consider
ably for several days, (iamblers and
street fakirs were nuiueiinis. The
gniublers carried on their nefarious
business uninolcHtcil. A town that
allows such things gives unniiHtnkable
evidence of rottenness in municipal
The old rink has toon entirely torn
down. The Burgess first Intended to
pull down half of It and let the other
half remain standing until the new
structure was erected, but finally
decided to remove the entire building
while he was at it. The new lock-tip
will noon Ixi in readiness to hold within
its walls any who may ho guilty of frac
turing the law.
Two females who aro Inhabitants of
the Hat," wero before Esquiro Mc(!aw
Thursday evening to get a dose of law
on an assault and battery case. The
one damsel hnd a sore head nnd a crip
pled finger that she received from tho
fist nnd teeth of her assailant. They
were lxiund over to court, tho defendent
W0 bail and tho plaintiff $."i0. Tho Jus
tice should to vested with tho power to
dispose, of such iM-tty eases and keep
them out of the courts.
Alxiut thirty-eight of Mrs. Paulino
Klelnhans' friends, with well filled
baskets and numerous presents, Invaded
her home Monday forenoon whilo she
was down town shopping, and took
possession of things for a few hours.
When Mix. Klelnhans got homo and
found tho crowd sho was so surprised
(a real genuine surprise, not as usual in
surpriso part Ich. know all about It,) that
she cried. It was Paulino's 24th anni
versary. Dinner was served from the
bankets prepared for tho occasion and
all present had a very pleasant time.
The Degree of Rohckah Installed their
officers Tuesday evening of last week.
Past Grand Annie Wlnslow was tho
Installing officer. The new officers aro:
N.G., Mrs. Horpol: V. G., Mrs. Schurlg:
Assistant Sec, Mrs. Warnick; Treas.,
Mrs. Wlnslow; Chaplain, Mrs. Dowser;
Past Grand, Mrs. Orr; Conductor, Mrs.
Case; Warden, Mm. Gross: Outside
Guard, Mrs. Hoon; Inside Guard Past
Grand, Mrs.Forrls; R. S. to N.G., James
Orr; L.S., Mrs. Anderson; R.S. to V. (.,
Wm. Gross; L. S., Mrs. Simons. After
the installation of officers refreshments
On Saturday tho lmxrtant question
of bonding tho borough for schixil build
ing purx)se will come before the eltl
zens of Roynoldsvillo for decision. Do
you fully understand tho import of tho
question ? To bond tho borough for a
numtor of years means easy terms for
tho tax-payers and an opportunity for
thojo who move into town hereafter to
help pay tho debt, while on tho other
hand not to bond tho borough means a
large increase in gchool tax. Don't
vote thoughtlessly, but consider tho
matter carefully, es)oclally if you have
thought of voting against bonding. The
new ballot system will be used.
Arrangements are almost completed
for the big celebration at this place on
the 4th of July. The Jr. O. U. A. M,
have Invited all their brother lodges to
Join in tho parade. The invitation and
advertising committee have issued invi
tations to all the various lodges of the
county to participate. Races, parade,
ball games, lire works, and other
amusements will be on the program for
the day's doings. The town will be
profusely decorated. No efforts will be
spared to make the affair a grand
success. All the business houses have
promised to be represented In the
industrial parade. The fantastic parade
will be looked after with care. This
will, no doubt, bo a gala day for Royn
oldsvllle. All who want to have a good
time will eome here on Independence
Two Ribs Broken.
Al. White met with a mishap on
Thursday of last week that resulted In
two broken rllis. He was loading logs
at Dig Soldier inino when one of the
logs rolled upon him. -
We mentioned last wook that F. P.
Adolsxirgor, the Humane Agent, had a
girl In his ehnrgo whom the father had
abused. Tho father, who resides at
Rathmel, was arrested nnd brought
before Esq. McGaw. Ho plead guilty,
was fined, f 10 and cost. An easy term
f settlement for a man who is so
abusive to his offspring.
Notice to Firemen and Citizens.
During the building of the new pub-
lie building nnd hose room the fire
apparatus of Hose Co. No. I will Ixi
kept in the barn of II. H. Itclnap, on
Main street, next disir to Tapxr's
livery stable. In case of lire a key to
oom can Ixi procured from Harry
Mincer, night policeman, H. H. Ilelnap
ir at Hotel MeConnell any hour, day
ir night. F. J. Ht.ACK, Foreman.
A Contemptible Thief.
The M. E. Sunday schixil of this
place has a birthday Missionary lxix that
Is used to receive birthday offerings for
tho heathens. The box is oX'ncd every
year just before the Annual Conference
time. It is an unique box, or bouse, and
isoH'iied in the Isittoin by a secret slide.
Iast Thursday night some Krson busted
ixn the front doors of the church, un
locked the library and relieved the lxix
if Its contents, alxiut tlo. It was not
dinie by un entire stranger, but by one
who was acquainted with the surround
ings. Under a Stove,
lilcliaril Jennings' throo year-old
daughter Maud, had a narrow eseaxi
from serious Injury last Thursday
morning. She was playing alxiut the
room and in some way accidentally
knocked a leg out from under the heat
ing stove which Is a largo one and It
oppled over on her. The little girl
was not hurt much, only receiving a
small cut on the back of the head from
which the IiIixhI Mowed freely. The
mother was badly frightened when she
saw her daughter under the stove and
ler littlo fnixi covered with blixxl.
Drifting With the Tied.
A ceremony was xrformed at llli.'KI
. M., Tuesday, June H 1 Ht, at the home
if the bride's mother, on Main street,
that united a young man of Kcnovo and
a lady of Reynoldsvillu in tho bonds of
matrimony. The contracting parties
wero William H. Snyder, baggage and
Foreign ticket agent for the P. & E. R.
R. at Honovo, Pa., and Miss Lellla
Ayers, daughter of Mrs. J. 11. Ayers.
Rev. It. G. Furbay, pastor of tho Pres
byterian church, said tho words that
made them one. Only a few intimate
friends witnessed the event. Dinner
was served and tho lxnediet and wife
left on the one o'clix'k train for Honovo,
where a reception was held for them In
tho evening. From thef-o they will
take a trip to New York, Washington,
and other places. Honovo will to their
Were Frightened Away.
An attempt was made by burglars one
night last week to gain an entrance
into Dr. Alexander's residence on Grant
street. About twelve o'clock "Tip,"
the little dog, made a big fuss and Mrs.
Alexander went down stairs to make
an investigation, sho went out on tho
front porch to bring in a liamimK'k and
thought she heard some ono. They havo
a large plate glass In the bay window
facing J. 1). Arnold's residence and it
was there tho thieves wero trying to
got In the house by removing a light of
glass. They had cut tho putty off of
one sldu. The female appearance In a
ghost-like attire was too much for
their nerves and the scam)s were
frightened away. Mrs. Alexander
wanted the doctor to go down stairs
and get the hammock, but tho man-of
the-house witlvely refused to do any
such thing, and said, "If any person
wants to steal, let them havo It."
A heavy storm visited this section
Saturday afternoon. The wind bio
fiercely, tho lightning flashed vividly
athwart the heavens and the rain
descended In a torrent. No amount of
damage was done here. Lightning
struck a shade tree in front of A. E.
Dunn's residence on Grant street. Mrs
J. G. Dunhlser, who lives near by,
received quite a shock. Great excite
ment prevailed at the tannery for a few
minutes, caused by a visitation of the
electrlo elements which ran into the
office on the telephone wires and from
the office it seemed to run along the
steam pine Into the tannery. Jas Orr
was working around the pipe and
received quite a shock and all the men
In tho tannery felt the effects of it. Mr,
Vaughn, one of the proprietors, and P,
A Hardman.the bookkeeper, were In the
office where the lightning entered and
splintered the wall and culling some
and yet they were not effeoted, but Mr,
Hardman made good use of bis lung
powers. The office caught fire, but it
was extinguished before much damage
was done. J. D. Woodrlng was outside
of the office and was knocked down by
the electrlo visitor.
Almost a Riot.
Main street had somewhat of a riot
asxict Saturday night for awhile. Two
follows who had an over dose of "fire
water" got Into a dispute and decided to
settle It by a pugilistic encounter.
Policeman Mincer apxared on the
cone and attempted to squelch thn
disturbance. One of the would-to
fighters would not to pacified and com
ninneed to abuse thn txillcoman.
Mincer arrested tho fellow and a lively
time ensued, Tho crowd attempted to
take the prisoner from tho police.
F. P. Adelsxirger was soon on linnil.
Ho got hold of the prisoner by the shirt
collar and tho fellows who wero trying
to get the man released lifted Adel-
Sx-rger's feet off of the ground, hut ho
hung onto his man's shirt collar. High
Constable Henninger was called to for
assistance, but the crowd picked him up
and threw him out of the way. Citi
zens interfered and the fellow was taken
Ix-fore Huriress Havs. While in I lavs'
iftleo fighter No. 2 was outside very
anxious to gain admittance. After the
(list man got a soothing dose of the law,
paying seven dollars for it, the door
was suddenly opened and No. 2 was
nablx'd by AilclsH?rgor and drawn Into
the office, minus his coat tail, which
remained In the hands of his friends
who pulled against the law. His
anxiety for admittance had subsided.
He to, paid seven dollai's. Adelsxirger
nnd Mincer have the "sand" nnd It Is
Ight that citizens should stand by
them and tho law. To allow the law
to become disregarded means a town
that Is not safe to live in.
Destroyed by Lightning.
During the storm early last Friday
morning the house occupied by George
lapper, of Prescottville, was at ruck by
lightning and entirely burned up with
all Its contents. Mr. Tapix-r was at
Ridgwny with tho Prescottville band
and his wife had taken the children and
gone to her father's to stay all night,
itherwlso human flesh would have toon
burned to ashes with the building. Mrs.
Tapper bad asked a neighbor's girl to
stay with her that night, but her father,
who lives near Present tvillo, was down
own and on his way home stopHd
nnd took the little Ixiy with him and
Mrs. Tapx-r dreided to take tho baby
and go later In the evening. Although
Mr. Tapxu- lost all his household goods,
which ainonted to fOOO.IKI, yet he
rejoices tooauso his wife and children
were not consumed in the Haines. A
purse has toon raised for tho homeless
family. The house was owned by Jere
miah Myers, who had an Insurance uxin
it. It took some battling with the
dailies to save the buildings near by.
Out of the Chase.
The pictorial lovers may tell of the
delights to to found in watching the
"sx'ckled beauties" as their forms
skim through the clear, sparkling
waters of some friendly stream, or our
nimrods may lieeomo enthusiastic over
the plcasuros of a chase for tho deer
and get extravagant with their por
trayal of the pretty sight as tho form
of the deer skips along with the dog
close in chase, hut all these delights
sink into tnsignllicence when compared
with a form that has toon In a chase in
printing office and it suddenly and
unceremoniously droits out. There Is
no mercy in tho office for such a form,
It Is Immediately labeled dead and its
remains aro gathered into cigar Ixixes
and tho "devil" deliberately proceeds
to dispose of It. The local page of TUB
STAR collapsed last Wednesday and
this offieo was well supplied with "pi."
Only Nine Left.
Tho following letter Is from one of
the "gentle sex" of tho rural districts
"Mister J. S. McCreight, d(x:tor, I
want you to come out hero tho next
time you come to Luthcrsburg if you
can. 1 want to get It ot my upper
teeth puled. I have only got a left and
I want to get a new set of your cheagsist
store teeth. I have a gum bile on the
upixir left hand side of my mouth but I
thlnkr it will tX3 well agin you come out.
Mrs. said you could pull teeth
without feelin it. I want mine puled that
way. We have lots of aider and appels
and butter and eggs and if you nead any
I will loavo it go on tho teeth. If you
can't come out here why send me word
and I will try and come to Roynoldsvillo
on the forth of July. They say you are
the tost tooth maker and I want you to
make mine and mebby my man will get
some puled to. I'leese excuse ixxir
rltln as it is wasii clay ana 1 want to get
done in timo to send it out to town
with Jim." Yours truly,
National Encampment Excurs on.
Tho excursion September l'.tth to the
National Encampment at Washington,
D. C.,wlll cost for the round trip lnclud-
ind Pullman sleeping berth $12.31; regu
lar fare, $10.40. For cars side tracked
during the encampment and used for
sleeping purposes, $4.50 extra w'U be
charged; making the total cost for.fi ve
days $14.00. The excursion Is genu to
return until October 10th. All wishing
to participate will notify any of the
T. C. Reynolds,
R. D. Beer,
J. W. Foust.
The tost $2.00 shoe In the world at
Robinson's shoe store.
Reynolds Bros, fine shoes, beats the
world at Robinson's.
meeting of Pomona Grange, No 20,
Patrons of Husbandry of counties of
ilefferson and Elk, was held at RldgaJ
Grange, Perry township, Wednesday,
June Kith. Eighteen Granges were
represented and alxiut HlH) xiople In
attendance. The meeting was called to
order at 1:00 P. M. by C. A. Morris, Mas
ter. The afternixm session closed at
Ix o'clock toallow those present to par
take of the gixxl things provided by the
kind ladies of Ridge Grange. Tho eve
ning session oxmed at 7:00 o'clixik. A
ass of 12 members were Initiated Into
the 5th degree. During the afternixm
session J. C. Conner, of Mochnnleshurg,
llverod an able address on Grange
work In tho state. Among questions of
Interest discussed was the Dog Law.
bettor pniti-otlon for the sheep was
advocated. H. S. Hooker, of Pino
Grange, Indiana county, delivered an
address on the Ioirlslatlvo Records.
He mentioned the legislation that has
toon secured through the efforts of the
(range. Mrs. Jas. McCrackon, Ir.. of
rostburg. read an essay on "Women's
work in the Grange," which was highly
npproelated by the members of the
order. John W. Phllllppl gave the
range an idea of the work done In the
ioiinty during the past year, nnd the
manifested interest and Increase of
membership. Jas. Hollers, of Union
(range read a paix-r on the politics of
the order. According to rexirts from
different Granges the memtorship has
Increased greatly during the last quar
ter, mining who are some of the most
prominent farmers In the county.
The music was furnished by the choir
from Paradise Grange, Miss Matol
Strouso leader, nnd was first class.
All who attended claim the mooting
to have toon a profitable one, and are
loud In their praise of the hospitality of
the people of Ridge Grange. The place
for the next meeting has not toon
decided iiHn yet, hut will Ixi at the pic
nic which is to Ixi held in the Paradise
Grove In August.
Mrs. Aniikmnk Snvukr.
A long and patient sufferer has passed
behind the veil of eternitv: toon
leased from the pains and ills that
humanity Is heir to. Friday night,
Fune 17th, IH02, Mrs. Angeline Snyder,
willow of John II. Snyder, died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Reitz, in
Brook vllle, after many months of Illness.
The funeral services worn held In tho
M. E. Church at Emeriekvillo at .'1:00
o'cliNik Monday afternoon, conducted by
Itev. Jas. II. Jelhart. Mrs. Snyder was
not a stranger In Roynoldsvillo, having
lived and roared a large family on a
farm alxiut four miles from this place.
Several years ago she purchased a prop
erty In West Roynoldsvillo. She moved
hero and was a monitor of tho M. E.
hurch. Shu went to Brixikville last
fall and took sick and there remained
until carried away in a hoarse. She
was a kind hearted and pleasant lady,
and had many friends.
Mrs. Sallik Neam-:,
Mrs. Sallie Noale, sister of Thomas,
John and Sharp McCreight, and Dr. J.
II. iMoulos aunt, died at nor home In
Perrysvillo, Pa., on Sunday, June 10th,
and was burled Tuesday afternixm.
Mrs. Noale was 7(1 years old. Sho
leaves a husband, Abraham Nealo, and
six boys to mourn for her. Dr. J. B.
Nealo and wife drovo to Perrysvillo
Monday afternixm to attend tho funeral.
Result of the Primaries.
The Republican primaries of Jefferson
county were held last Saturday. Below
wo give a correct return of tho votes
erst In tho boroughs and townships
I 'on. H. Hcnuto. Asscm.
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Fourth of July Excursion Rates.
In accordance with Its usual liberal
policy, the Buffalo, Rochester & Pitts
burgh R'y will, this year, sell excursion
tickets for the Fourth of July Holidays,
between all stations on their line, at a
single fare for the round trip. Tickets
will be sold on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th,
good for return passage until July 5th,
Wanted A reliable young man who
wants to learn the practice of dentistry,
Dr. J. S. McCreight,
Dr. Hunt, of Brookvlllo, was In town
Miss Agnes Histon Is In Buffalo.N. Y.,
Prof. W. H. Stamey was in Lock
Haven last week.
Chas. R. Keillor, of Punxsutawney,
was In town Saturday.
Mrs. M. Hnyder, of Honovo, attended
tho Snyder-Ayres wedding.
B. E. Hixiver, thn dentist, was In
BiiKikvlllo on business Monday.
A. E. Hoover, of Wlnslow, Sundayed
with his brother, Dr. B. E. Hixiver.
Thomas Mahonoy and Frank. Hoff
man, butchers, went to Pittsburg Mon
Mrs. G. W. Stoke was In Punx
sutnwney several days during the past
Mrs. Martin Sutter and daughter,
Mary, of Clay vile, are visiting J. J. Sut
Misses Hello Hibner nnd Eva Rhodes,
of llrisik villo. are visiting Mrs. Scott
Miss Hertbn Ayros waseonflnod to the
house several days tho past wook by
C. E. Berlin, of Franklin, Pa., was
tho guest of j. M. Simmons several
days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carver McMInn, of
Philadelphia, visited Roynoldsvillo
friends this week.
Misses Mable Sutter and Mlnnlo
Smith visited friends in Ridgway dur
ing tho past wook.
Frank Sutter was at Portland, Elk
county, last week visiting his sister,
Mrs. H. P. Thompson.
Harry and Vore King, who havo toon
attending seluxil at Ilavanah, N. Y., are
at home on a vacat ion.
Mrs. Ann Gibson wont to Punxsutaw
ney rriday evening, where sho will
remnin five or six weeks.
Prof. B. R. Kline and wife, of Mt.
Pleasant,' Westmoreland county, aro vis
iting Mr. Kline's paronts.
George Genkins, M. I)., J. Doyle and
N.J. Norris, of Curwensvillo, were In
town this wook on business.
H. E. Vandervort, who has been In
Virginia for almost a year, is visiting
his father, Hiram Vandervort.
Mrs. U. S. Hchnnafnnckor roturnod
homo this week after a several week's
visit with friends at Meadvlllo.
Frank D. Smith, a typo in the Gov
ernment printing oflloe at Washington,
D. C, visited his paronts at this place
John D. Sehultz, of Little Washing
ton, Pa., returned home Monday after
a week's visit with his daughter, Mrs.
E. E. Coffee.
Thomas Purtell, principal of the
Indian Rlvor, Mich., high school, Is vis
iting his sister, Mrs. P. A. Hardman, on
Malvin Dlxson, son-in-law of I. L.
Betoo, and family, of Graham, Old Vir
ginia, are visiting Wm. Lucas' family
on Grant street.
John Sliffor, who has been an attache
of Ifopkin's big mill for sometime, has
gone to Big Run, whore he has accep
ted a position as flier on a mjll.
Chas. Davis, who has been at Bethle
hem, Pa., attending Ulrich's prepara
tory school for Lehigh University,
which he will enter in September, came
W.T. Alexander and wife, of Clarion,
wore tho guests of Dr. W. B. Aloxandor
several (lays last wook. Tho old couple
mako an annual trip to this place and
Clearfield. Mr. Alexander is an ex-edl-tor,
a staunch Democrat, and a great
admirer of Ex-President Cleveland.
To the Memory of Harry B. C. Shaner.
Again the pale horse and his rider,
without alarm, password, or sign has
entered Reynoldsvllle Lodge No 82-1 and
removed from among us Brother Harry
B. C. Shaner, in young manhood, Just as
he was beginning the real battle of life,
respected by all who knew him. There
fore, be It
llrmlml. That in the decease of
Brother Shaner our Lodge has sustained
the loss of one who gave promise a
of becoming a true Odd Fellow, and
useful mem tor, our community, a loyal
and upright citizen; his widowed
mother, a son of more than ordinary
promise; his brothers and sisters, a
Itrmlved, That, as. we are again
warned that here we have no continuing
city, wo bow in humble submission to
God, and say iny will be done. We
extend our sympathies to the bereaved
family and point them for comfort to
Him who is the Resurrection and the
Ht mlved, That our charter be draped
In mourning thirty days and that these
resolutions be spread upon the mlnutea
of the Lodge, and a copy be sent to the
bereaved family, and that they be pub
lished in the Oiltl Frllir HirtiiujH, the
Reynoldsvllle Volunteer and The STAR.
M. I. Winslow P. G., 1
Phiup Koehi.eb P. G., Com.
L. G. Lydle P. G., )
For Rent or Sale.
My hall is now for rent. The sec
ond story for a lodge room and the first
story for suppers, festivals, &o. The
rents are very reasonable. The hall la
22x54, In good condition. The hall and
dwelling house are both for sale.
Mike Kallfelc, Rathmel, Pa.
Tell pap to go to Robinson's to buy
the children's shoes, they wear the best