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'i A. HTKPIlKNftOSU Kdllor and Pub.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1W2.
Pswtiiier Irnlns arrive lit the Hrynolds
vllls station follows:
TntliiH, - (l.ivia m.Ttnln n, . . T.am. m.
Train I, - limp. m.Tniln 1, 1 4.' p. in.
Train a, ,'' m.Tniln 10, - mp. ni.
Villi arrive ami nml leave tin- ptMt-ofnVt' nn
Aiom Tim wruT. run tii fast.
I. 1.1 p. m. - - T en p. m.A.IOn. m. - 12 :mp. m.
rOBW TH HAT . rilH TIIK Mt.
7.0" . ni. - - t.m p. ni ,7,"n n. m. - - l.l.i p. ni.
Arrive from ltiitliiiu-1 uml I'rescottvlllii
II. :m n. ni.
AtTlvi' from I'milr TiH-wlnys, Tliurilny
uml Sntiirrlnvs nt ?.:m p. in.
Hvpiti'tH for l'rvscottvllle, Kiilhmi'l, Punic
:wi n. ni.
Office liniir?.liiin. m. loB.nnp. ni.
Money oriler ofll is-n from 7-Oitii.m. to
"..'Hip- m. Kciilstcr office npi'ii from ".im it. in.
I.cuiil llotlriiiv from 7.fm toN.iin n. in. mill
from li.im lo a.iai p. in.
Ofllce iim-ii finality from ami n.m. to m.in
. ni. .1. IV. I'ocst. I'. M
Reud Swul) Bros, now advertisement.
About lliiio to got your Christmas
Lnrgest assortment of school h1ioh In
town nt Robinson's.
Epworth Lenguors will lx numerous
in town for sovernl duys.
Now Winter Millinery goods at Mrs.
Kate H. Stnoltzer, KaHt Jackson st.
Tlio New Bethlehem Vindicator
enters Its fourteenth year this week.
The now Presbyterian church at
FhIIh Crock was dedicated last Sunday.
Resolutions and cards of thanks are
charged for at tho rate of Ave cents
Mrs. W. R. Alexander gave a tea party
to hor numerous friends last Thursday
Tho Jefferson County Medical Asso
ciation met at DuRols last Friday
West ReynolilMvlllo is not behind the
times, a night school is flourishing
Tho Daughters of Kobockah will give
a "Shoo Social " In tho I. O. O. F. next
There was a shooting match at
Goorgo Burkotfs, In tho Horm Settle
Have you seen Mrs. A. E. Hothering
ton's now stock of millinery goods?
The latest styles.
Tho Oil City Fuel Supply ( 'o. Is lay
ing three thousand feet of additional
pipe in West Reynoldsvlllo and Pres.
Saturday wus pay day for Winslow
township school teachers. It requires
over ono thousand dollars per month to
satisfy their claims.
Sixty-five thousand shingles woro
required to put a now roof on tho
mammoth building of tho Reynoldsvlllo
Rev. H. G. Furlmy wont to Rathmel
yesterday afternoon and married James
Boverage jr. and Dollle Walker, both
of the alxive named place.
The new Catholic church at Adrian
was dedicated last Sunday. A special
train was run from here ovor the R. &
F, C. R'y. The crowd from this place
A dead rooster In the black water of
the Sandy Lick crook, just above tho
bridge, adds greatly to the bounty of
the stream In Its present stagnant
Wednesday evening, October 2tlth,
Rev. H. G. Furbay performed the mar
riage ceremony for Alexander Watson
and Rosenla Carney t the residence of
the bride's parents In this place.
Rev. W. H. Buuce, of Greenville,
formorly pastor of the M. E. church at
this place, will lecture before the
Epworth League convention in the M
E. church this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
The Epworth League convention, of
the Clarion District, which will be held
in the M. E. Church at this place will
open at 2.00 p. if. to-day. Two sessions
to-day and three to-morrow, Thursday
All are cordially Invited to attend each
"Bits of Wisdom" will be found in
this issue of The Star. The Evening
Express, a bright, newsy paper of Lock
Haven, has published the same article
twice within a month, therefore, we
consider It worthy space In one issue of
The DuBols Courier gave its readers
at this place a column article Saturday
morning about the great conflagration
at Milwaukee almost six hours before
any other daily reached here. There
, is no disputing the fact that the Courier
is good morning paper.
Samuel Whlttaker, who is noted as a
horse jockey, and who has been in the
. livery buslnoss at this place for a
number of years, recently under the
, name of Whlttaker & Beck, is now in
the business himself at the old place on
Jackson street, and requests the publlo
to call at his stable when they want to
hire a horse and buggy, hack, carriage,
4c., as hi prices art) reasonable.
The Rldgway lifrnriiff says that Ave
years ago Elk county had about ninety
school teachers and now they hove
nearly ono hundred and foTty. That Is
on an average of about ono teacher for
every ono hundred and fifty-six souls In
tho county. Elk county Is just half Iho
size of Jefferson county in imputation.
A 1'enfleld lad named E1. Evans, had
his arm so badly wounded by a gun whllo
out hunting lust Friday afternoon that
amputation was necessary. Tho boy
died Sntunloy. There arc many boys in
Reynoldsvlllo who go out hunting and
we havo been expecting every week
to havo to chronlclo somo sad accident
happening to somo one of them.
A Republican meeting will lie held at
l'unxsutnwney to-morrow, Thursday,
evening which will bo addressed by
John W. Reed, of Clarion, and others.
A torch light procession Is also on tho
program. A special train will lie run
over the R. and F. C. R'y, leaving the
Company store, in this place, at 5.. '10 p.
M. Fare for round trip, fifty cents.
Monday evening, Oct. Hist, was the
47th anniversary of Mrs. E. Crewman's
birthday, and a number of her friends
assembled at her homo on Jackson
street to celebrate tho occasion. The
presents were numerous, among which
was a complete dinner sett. About ten
o'clock nn elegant repast was served,
after which a short time was whlled
away with vocal and instrumental music.
Resolutions from tho Thlstlo Lodge
No. HI. A. 1'. A., and tho Shining Light
Lodge, No. 27, A. 1'. L. A., of Rathmel,
on tho death of Mrs. William Lyle; and
from tho Confldenco Todgo, No. .141,
K. of I'., of Rathmel, on tho death of
Charles Aldrus, also resolutions from
Mahoning Assembly, No, 1)517, of
Punxsutawney, headed "To the Friends
of tabor,'' will bo found In this Issue of
Monday night was Hollow-e'en and
tho youthful urchins amused them
selves In tho early purt of tho evening
throwing corn and beans against
windows, and other littlo innocent
pranks. After closing up tlmo tho
older boys amused themselves by haul
ing wagons, sleds, whoclbarrows, Ac,
to somu plain) where the owner had to
hunt for thom tho following morning.
There was no dumago done to property.
The books ore now ooii to receive
stock for tho Reynoldsvlllo and Rathmel
street railway. If you want stock In
tho road make It known to soma of tho
directors. A charter has been applied
for nnd will probably be hero this week
and then aspcciul effort will bo mode to
raise tho necessary money to build tho
line. Wo have good hopes now of
seeing electric curs run in Reynoldsvlllo
liecauso tho people are in earnest about
A number of coul curs runaway at tho
Big Soldier mine one day lust week
muklng considerable of a wreck and
Injuring a driver, Walter Manson, and
a truppur, Walter Crosswalt, slightly.
It was fortunate that no lives wore lost.
The grade Into tho mino is steep and
the empty cars wore loft standing
without any brakes on and they started
into the bunk and ran Into a trip of
curs that was going in uhoud of the
Annlo Enowlne, who wus sixteen
yours old tho 18th of last June, died at
tho home of her father, Peter Enowlno,
at 3.00 a. M. Thursday, Oct. 27th, after
a few days illness. Miss Annie was ono
of tho dining room girls at Hotel
MeConnoll until recently. Tho funeral
services were hold at the Lutheran
church at 2.00 p. m. Sunday, conducted
by Rev. E. Crossman, and hor remains
wore burled in Boulah cemetery beside
her sister, Maggie, who died about two
Two special cars, the "Virginia," A,
G. Yates' private car, and the superin
tendent's car of the B., R. & P. R'y,
were run to this place over the R. &
F. C. R'y last Friday with the following
officials and friends: A. G. Yates, wife
and daughter, of Rochester; Supt. J.
II. Barrett, of Bradford; George E.
Merchant, general manager; Charles
Clifton, of Buffalo, treasurer; A.Dolbeor,
supt. motive power; Capt. Abbott, of
Bethlehem, Pa., and Austin Blakeslee;
of Coal Glen.
The ladles of the W. R, C. surprised
Mrs. J. L. Ewlng last Thursday evening,
that being her birthday, by calling at
her home without giving her any
notice of their intention. It was a
pleasant gathering. As a token of
their esteem for the old soldier's wife
the Corp presented her with a handsome
plush covered rocking chair. Mrs.
Ewlng also received several other
presents. The ladles of the Corp, who
are always ready with something good
to eat, did not fall this time, and
refreshments were served.
The rankest article we have seen in
many a day, appeared in the columns of
the Falls Creek Herald last week.
Such articles are odious. to newspaper
dom and common decency. After
the editor "cooled off" he wrote an
apology for making a fool of himself,
Hold your temper, Bro. Bangert, hold
your temper. M. L. MoQuown, editor of
the llqftman' Journal, whom Bangert
thought he was exterminating forever,
will continue to publish the Journal and
will not loose any subscribers by the
rank attacked from Falls Creek.
Jonnthun Whllmore, tho drayman,
lost a valuable cow Monday neon which
was horribly mangled near tho A. V.
R'y station by mall train eastward
bound. Mr. Whltmore has boon koop-
lng his cow in a pasture Hold near tho
otiglno house all summer so that sho
would not lo killed by the cars. Tho
leaso for pasturo expired Saturduy
evening and Mr. Whltmore thought It
was not worth whllo to renew the lease
and kept his cow In tho barn until
Monday noon and then let her out.
Tho bovino was walking down the
track to tho pasture field when sho met
sudden death. Mr. Whltmore has been
unfortunate lately. It was only a few
months ago that ho was compelled to
shoot a good mule.
Willie Reynolds, youngest son of Dr.
S. Reynolds, nnd foster-son of Alliort
Reynolds, who Is just recovering from
nn almost futal attack of diphtheria,
had a narrow escape one day lust week
from what doubtless, would have lieon
instant death. I In was "over to All's
house," tho next door nelghlsir, where
he ssnils at least half of his time,
sitting nt a littlo desk nenr a bay
window drawing pictures when a twenty
pound window weight came crashing
through the ceiling, passed close to his
head and struck tho floor with great
foreo. Tho rojHi on tho weight had
broken and as a buy window has tiocn
added to the house since first built
there was nothing but lath and plaster
to chock tho weight in Its descent.
Sylvester Ilrennan, of Pancoost, has
charge of a lumber camp for Degnun
& McDonald, nenr tho above named
place, In which ten men aro engaged at
work. Ono morning last week they
found themselves In a predicament- for
want of tobacco. They woro all
addicted to tho use of tho sullva-produo-
lng weed and on tho morning referred
to thoro was only ono littlo piece of
tobacco In tho crowd and, liko a pack of
hungry wolves after ono poor innocent
victim, they all wanted it. Mr. Ilrennan
came to town that day and bought
thirty large plugs and returned to camp
that evening to apjstaso the tobacco
appetites of that Buffering guug of men.
Poor follows! Only ono chow during
the day. What a pity!
Two Brick School Houses.
Tho schc Mil directors of this borough
huvo decided to build two six room
school houses in Reynoldsvlllo that will
cost $15,000 ouch when completed. Tho
East End building will bu erected on
Main street on tho vacant lot east of
Tom Reynolds' lmrn. Tho directors
huvo two locations on Hill street, nnd
ono on Grunt street for the now build
ing in tho West End but huvo not yet
decided on a location. As soon as all
ncccssnry arrangements can be com
pleted tho contracts will Ikj let fur work
erecting tho now structures. Tho
directors propone to put up school
houses thut will not only lie substuntlul
but will also bo an ornament to our
thriving town. They aro wlso enough
to look past tho present and are provid
ing for tho future.
A Business Change.
Ralph E. McKoe and John W.
Warnick, two tmterprlslng young men
who succeeded A. G. Milllron In the
grocery business in tho Boo Hive
building about two and a half years ago,
sold their store Friday of last week
to A. A. Swab, who has boon resident
of Roynoldsvllle for almost four years,
and D. F. Swab, of DuBols. The now
firm will bo run under the namo
of Swab Bros. McKee & Warnick done
a good business and won friends. The
retiring young merchants both have
several good offers, but have not yot
decided what they will engago In,
They are scholarly chaps and met with
success as school teachers, both having
taught a number of terms before
embarking In the grocery buslnoss.
We wish them success In the future In
whatever business enterprise they may
enter. Swab Bros, are taking hold of
the store with a determination to
conduct their business so as to receive
a resonable share of the publlo patron
The Real Side.
Miss Isabelle Arnold, of tbls place,
who is attending the Conservatory of
Muslo at Boston, Mass., Is an active
christian worker and a great "book
worm," who has often read about people
engaging In christian work in the
"slums" of great cities, Is now
experiencing some of the realities of
such work. A few Sundays ago she,
and her room mate, were strolling along
one of the streets of Boston when their
attention was attracted by singing in a
building they were passing and they
wandered in and there found a large
number of ragged colored children from
the "slums" of the city who had been
gathered there by an old christian
gentleman that hod assumed the
responsibility of teaching the little
urchins the way to a bettor and nobler
life. Miss Isabelle felt it was her duty
ito assist in the good work, and offered
her service and expects to be at her
post of duty every Sunday afternoon
among the negro offscourings of that
city during her stay there.
Enterprise at New Bethlehem.
We visited New Bethlehem last week
and, notwithstanding tho fact that tho
place seems to bo Isolated to a certain
extent f nun other towns, It Is undeniable
a live littlo town and one that keeps
paco with tho times. Tho population
is only about fifteen hundred and tho
town Is supplied with natural gas, has
good water works, and work Is now
being dono n a sower lino which will
give tho town an excellent sewer
system, something that Reynoldsvlllo,
with its four thousand of a imputation,
has not got, but Is sorely In need of,
and must, at no distant day, have a
gins! sewer system. A numlr of new
and substantial buildings aro being
erected there. Tho foundation has
been laid for a largo brick school house
and tho frame work of tho new Meth
odist church Is up. The A. V. R'y Co.
Is just finishing a brick stntion Hint is
a hcuutifiil scclnicn of nrchitecturo.
It is the prettiest station, by far, along
the Low Grade Railway. Tho town is
also blessed with n live local hht. A
'ompiirison of the business places of
New Bethlehem und tho advertising
olenitis of the I'iiidinilur, however,
indicates that many of the business
men of that place do not appreciate tho
intrinsic valuo of a homo por us an
advertising medium und do not give
It tho snp)Mirt they should. No ono can
gainsay the fact thut a nowsnMr is tho
main-spring of a town, oven if it Is not
edited ono-third us well as many of Its
wallers could do It. There aro many
men to-day who aro doing a largo
hu-lness and havo made money simply
liccauso they havo embraced tho
advantage offered In the columns of a
nowspaper. A paer is the criterion
of a town. Advertisers will not only
got large return in hard cash for the
money expended In tho columns of a
homo paicr, but add their Influence to
make tho town of some consequence
outsido its suburbs. If the spirit of
enterprise continues Now Bethlehem
will havo a street car lino from Oak
Ridge and Falrmount before many
years. If a town tho size of Now
Bethlehem can have a good sewerage,
why, In tho namo Bartholomew Copen
hagen, or any other man, can't
Reynoldsvlllo go and do likewise?
Shortly Bfter five o'clock Saturday
evening the fire alarm was given which
soon filled Main street with pooplo and
brought the hoso curt and hook und
ladder truck out In short order. Tho firo
wus In tho rear end of tho old Logan
building on tho corner of Sixth and
Main streets, which Is occupied by a
Ilunguriun family. Tho firo caught
from a defective lluo und was extin
gulshcd before tho fire company got
thoro. Tho hoso curt would huvo been
ut the firo much sooner but tho company
was stopH'd ut Arnold's corner und
Informed that it was only a flue burning
out. Tho second alarm was given and
they proceeded to tho firo and attached
tho hose to tho plug but did not turn
tho water on. A loungo,sult of clothes,
some bedding and a few other things
were destroyed. There was a stiff breeze
blowing at tho time. Fortunately
tho fire was discovered in time to save
quite a conflagration.
Every young married mun should
subscrllie for a homo newspaper. His
wlfo has probably always had the
pleasure of reading ono at home and it
would be heartless to deprive hor of the
paper after she is marriod. Then,
again, it will help make the homo
bright and happy and the wife need not
waste hor time visiting hor neighbors,
who take a home pajier, to find out
what is going on. It will save cold
dinners and give the wifo more
tlmo to darn hor husband's socks.
Punxsutawney Xeir. The above is
good advice and Thr Star is just the
paper to subscribe for. It contains all
the local news. Try It!
A Family Relic.
Hood Knox, the benedict, while on
his wedding tour received a bible of
antiquity from an aunt. The bible is
over five hundred years old, and was
brought from Dublin, Ireland, one
hundred years ago. It was at one time
the property of Mr. Knox's great great
grandmother. The book has been
re-covered with buckskin which Is worn
through at the lower corners where
handled the most. The book has the
semblance of antiquity. Several family
records have been obliterated from its
pages by time and others recorded on
the few yellow leaves for that purpose.
Beech Creek Railroad Extension.
I Look Haven Expresn.!
The roadbed of the Beech Creek
railroad extension, from Kermoor to
Lajose, in Clearfield county, has been
completed. It is thirty-six miles long
and cost 11,000,000. The rails will be
laid and the road will be open for
business on Deo. 1.
As we have sold our grocery store to
Swab Bros, we respectfully ask all
parties owing us to call and settle their
account at their earliest convenience.
McKeb & Warnick.
Oct. 28th, 1892.
Buy your school shoes at Robinson's
and save money.
THE TRUE VERSION.
A Few Misstatements and a Fancy Sketch
from the Courier.
President Holierts and directors of
tho P. R. R.j W. II. Barnes, president,
nnd David McCnrgo, general snjierlii-
tendent, of tho Allegheny Valley R'y,
passed through this place last Thursday
afternoon In a smm-Iu1 train of five
coaches. Tho train made no stops ovor
tho rond only for water and orders.
Our bright morning friend, tho DuBols
('imrirr, published an acnount Friday of
tho trip and some changes to be made
about the 15th Inst., that must havo
been the offspring of a fertile Imaginary
brain, or else the editor was misinformed.
Tho Cmirirr, by tho way, h given to
boosting and enlarging on things con
nected with DuBols' welfare. Tho
('imrirr said tho oftltiinls tarried at
Fulls ('reek over an hour Inspecting
tho company's property thre, und thut
they scanned the works at tihe Ilerwlnd
Whlto shaft ut DuBols, "looked down
the big black holes und then proceeded
on their Journey." The HHr also said
that the road would soon becomo a
portion of the Pennsylvania system, and
thut nil trains would run through to
Renovo, und tbnt freight would bu
billed through to nnd from the east.
Just so! Quito a news Item. Tho
truth Is, tho train stepped at Falls
Crook long enough for tho conductor to
register und the special passed tho
Berwlnd-Whlto shaft at tho rate of
forty miles an hour-. Tho A. V. R'y Is
controlled by tho P. R. R. and Is already
In that system, but Is operated as a
separate organisation. Driftwood will
continue to bo tho terminus of all
Allegheny Valley trains, and as for
freight being billed through to and
from tho cast after tho Cimrirr'n pro
posod change, that is done now and has
been for several years. The article
referred to would give the Impression
that Duliofa la the focus for tho rail
road companies, and all changes are
mado for tho goisl of that town only.
Superintendent Rumsey, who was In
charge of the social train carrying tho
Pennsylvania and Allegheny officials,
informs us that whenever any changes
aro to bo mado In the present running
of trains tho benefits to Reynoldsvlllo
and Brookvllle will not be lost sight of.
There is somo talk, however, ofin the
near future muklng tho DuBols accom
modation a mall train and running It
through to Driftwood to connect with
tho 9.40 p. M. train on the P. A.E. for
tho east. If this is dono tho Reynolds
vlllo iNMiple can leavo hero at H.50 p. M.
and arrive at Philadelphia at 0.50 the
next morning. There is nothing
definite about this change yet, but the
officials aro considering the matter.
The business on tho Low Grade Division,
oust of Dultois, is growing. Coul and
coke plants already having boon put
In operation at Tyler and Glon Fisher,
and a large lumber mill now being
erected at Medlx Run where 100,000,000
foot of hemlock will be manufactured,
it Is hoMvl thut tho business will justify
tho running of tho evening train
through to Driftwood Instead of stopping
Arrangements havo boon mado to run
a through coach from Plttslsirg to
WilliumsHii't and vice versa, so that
IHioplo along tho lino of tho Low Grade
will not have to change cars at Drift
wood. A through coach from hero to
Pittsburg has been run for five years.
Prof. J. II. Hughes, County Supt.,
says: "Tho Jefferson County Institute
convenes Nov. 14th. Tho instructors
in the day sessions will be Dr. E. E.
White, Columbus, Ohio; Dr. Theo. B.
Noss, California, Pa.; Dr. Chas. W.
Doune, Indiana, Pa.; Dr. A. J. Davis,
Clarion, Pa.; A. D. Maloy, A. M., Lock
Havon, Pa., and others. The evening
entertainments as far as arranged will
be a lecture by John R. Clark on
Tuesday evening, Nov. 15. A concert
by Miss Edith Ross' Grand Scottish
Concert company on Wednesday even'
lng, Nov. 16. This company comprises
ten of the most skilled singers and
players to be found in the city of
Glasgow, Scotland. On Thursday night
there will be an elocutionary and
musical entertainment by Miss Sarah
JefTeris. We are working in hopeful
anticipation of a pleasant and profitable
week. We cannot be satisfied with the
results of former lnstitues, good as they
may have been. The coming conven
tlon, In Its work for the teachers and
schools of this county must surpass
anything ever attempted in other
years. We shall endeavor as much as
In us lies to so arrange and conduct the
deliberations of the institute that its
aim and purpose may be realized
through the teachers in the bettor
work of the schools and the more
efficient education of the children and
youth committed to our care for
The firm of McKee & Warnick have
this day sold all their stock of groceries,
&o., belonging to their business to
Messrs. D. F. & A. A. Swab, who will
do business under the firm name of
Swab Bros. McKee & Warnick
Oct. 28th, 1892.
For Rent Two store rooms 20x80
feet opposite Hotel Bui nap. Enquire
of J. H. Corbett.
Rubbers of all kinds at Robinson's.
Mrs. George Rhodes was In Brookvllle
Rev. P. J. Slattery was in DuBols
Mrs, D. B. Stauffor was In DuBols
C. ('. Donscoter, of Brookvllle, was in
Father Desmond, of Coal port, was in
Mrs. J. C. McEntlre visited friends
in DuBols yesterday.
Miss Ethelda Dough It Is v.Wtlng at
Knoxdnlo this week.
Mrs. C. G. Mntson visited her mother
In Brookvtllo this week.
Dr. A. F. Butmor, of H rook v tile, was
In Reynoldsvlllo yesterday.
Dr. J. K. Brown, of Hiumnerville,
was In town Friday night.
R. R. Peal, of Philadelphia, was In
town several days lust week.
J. C. Williams, tho photogrnphor,
was In Brockwayvtllo Monday.
drier Sweitzer, of Hotel MeConnoll,
is dangerously ill with lung fever.
Mrs. A. M. Elder sont Hunday with
Geo. Sharp's family at CUmn Run.
It. E. Mcfjuown, of Kg Run, was reg
istered at Hotel Bel nnp yesterday.
Mrs. Robt. Wilson and son, Roid,
visited friends in Dufiots Monday.
Hood Knox and bride returned to
Reynoldsvlllo last Friday evening. f
Frank Sutter aad Mike Brown were
at Rldgway and Vortland this week. '
M. J. Me En tee r Is conductor on the
Brookvllle accommodation this week.
Frank M. Arnold and wife, of Clarion,
visited relatives tn Reynoldsvlllo last
('. E, Jones ih visiting tho home of
his mother near Reidsburg, Clarion
Miss Anna. Hildlnger, of Kittannlng,
is visitins hor sister, Mrs. David
R. C. Foiist, of DuBols, a proporty
holder ' fa Reynoldsvlllo, was in town
Mr. aad Mrs. C. F. Hoffman and son,
Ambrose, spent Sunday with friends in
Mrs. Clara Roll, of Brookvllle, visited
hor sons, Fin. and David, in Reynolds
vlllo thts woek.
Victor Wostenburg loft here yester
day morning with his team for his now
home at Kano, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Helmbold, of
Curwonsvlllo, visited friends In Reyn
oldsvlllo last week.
Mrs. Mary McDonald and Miss Rose
McGiveny, of DuBols, visited friends in
Mrs. A. C. Quigley, of Falls Crook,
was the guest of Miss Maggie Schultze
several days lost week.
Mrs. S. J. Fulton and daughter, Miss.
Mabel, of Reidsburg, Clarion county,
are visitors at R. H. Wilson's.
J. A. Johnston, of DuBols, formerly a
newspaper man of that town, registered
at Hotel MctConnell yesterday.
M. E. Lytic, of DuBols, superinten
dent of the Oil City Fuel Supply Com
pany's pipe lino, is town this week.
Reece Williams left Roynoldsvllle
Monday for a short visit at Jackson
Summit and Tioga, Tioga county, Pa.
Mrs. Isaac Postlethwait, of Maysvllle,
Pa., returned home yesterday afternoon
after a short visit with her son, David
Postlethwait, at this place.
Mrs. Charles Lorenz, who has been
at. the home of her parents in Clarion
county for several months, returned to
her home at this place last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Woodward, of New
Bethlehem, Pa., are visiting their son,
A. M. Woodward, the druggist, an
enterprising young man of our town.
Mrs. J. E. Morris, of DuBols, Mrs.
Thos. Means and Mrs. Saml Henderson,
of Brookvllle, attended Mrs. W. B.
Alexander's tea party last Thursday
Will Wiley Is going Into the meat
buslnss at Tyler, Pa. The shop will be
run under the name of W. W. Wiley &
Co. William left Roynoldsvllle Monday
Heber D. McDonald, son of Rev.
J. C. McDonald, formerly of Reynolds
vllle, and C. H. Hughes, of Punx
sutawney, drove to this place yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. H. Alex. Stoke went to
Pittsburg last Thursday to visit Mrs.
Stoke's parents. Mr. Stoke returned
Monday but his wife will remain tor
J. R. Smeltzer, a typo in the Govern
ment printing office at Washington, D.
C, Is here for a two-fold purpose, to
visit his mother on Jackson street and
cast a Republican ballot on the 8th Inst.
John Calvin, who has been In business
In Reynoldsvlllo for two years, recently
in the building near the poatofftoe, has
packed his goods and will leave Reyn
oldsvlllo this week for Stoelton, near
Harrlsburg, where he will open a store.
Miss Minnie Boer, who has been
engaged as a Western Union Telegraph
Operator at Hot Springs, South Dakota,
for almost three years, is now visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Beer,
in West Roynoldsvllle. She will remain
at home until some time tn December.