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WF.DNF.SDAY, JUNE 2H, IHIO.
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Arrives from I'nnlc Tuesdays, Thiirdnys
nntl Saturdays nl p. tn.
Hi-purls for rrvscnltvlllc, Kiithtncl, I'iiiiIb
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Office hours 7.t n. in. InS.tiOp. ni.
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Next Tuesday wo celebrate.
"Passion IMny" lecture .Inly 5th.
Lnilli'H' HlIppiTM i"ic. at Robinson'.
No paper Issued from HiIh office noxt
All rommltters for .Inly 4th should Ik
Very pretty toil set fop !." lit
Tim New Bethlehem I'l'infiVofor hn
All orders are requested to turn out
lit imruiln mi .Inly 4 1 1 1 .
Donth foil .liiooli Snttor of ii vultiiilili)
work horse Monday night.
Tho beautiful month of Juno will re
niiiln with tm two days yet this season.
Hour tlio "Passion liuy" lecture In
f 'ontonniiil Hull next Wednesday even
Hov. Konsctt, of Singapore, lmliii,
will preach In tho M. K. church Suniliiy
Wlion In nooil of shoos go to Honry
A. Hood, "tlio hIioo iiiiiii.'' Ho can unit
yon to a T.
Hov. .1. Axil will preach In tlio Luth
eran church Hiinilny morning nnil even
ing, .1 uly Ml).
K. W. MeMlllcn, of Rrynoldsvlllo, re
ceived tho nominntlon for herilT on the
Tho crowd from Reynoldsvillo to
Klnxua on the excursion last Kimdiiy
wiw not very large.
The 4th of July reception cotnmittuo
will moot Bt tho STAU olllco Bt eight
o'clock Friday evening.
Tho principal of tho 1'unxHiitiiwnoy
schools got !H).)0 per month for tho
next term, no says tho whool board.
"Into tho King How and Crowned"
will be delivered by Hov. J. Hell Noff
In tho M. E. church at Huthmol ttv
Tho Preseottvillo Cornet band will
open their new liand room at Cold
Spring Hollow next Mondny evening
with a daneo.
Thore is a now baiiier In town that
will surely tako well with the girl
boeaiiHO ho Is no affectionate. Ho Is all
lovo Snm'l Love.
Call on Atwater, tho plumber, next
door to Whlteblll'H muslo storo, for e
tlmates on water pipes, nanltary pluml)-
lnsr, Hinks, hose, lead and iron pipes.
Tho W. H. C. and all othor ladles
who will volunteer to assist at tho Flro
Companies' dinner and suptict' will
please moot at G. A. H. hall on Friday
afternoon at 3 o'clock to organize.
Tho O. U. A. M. lodgo will attend
sorvicoB in a body at the M. E. church
noxt Sunday morning. Rev.' Slattory
has selected his text from Proverbs 14,
2.1, and his subject will bo, "Christ in
The Driftwood Gazette has entered
its seventeenth year, not undor ltd pres
ent management, however. J, T. Earl,
the editor, who lias bad cbargo of tho
paper for somo years, is very enterpris'
ing and is a successful newspaper man
The midsummer mooting of tho
Washington township Sunday school
association will bo hold in tho M. E
church at Grove Summit, Thursday,
August 3rd, 181)3. All who attend are
expected to take lunch enough for one
Rev. DeWltt M. Bonham, of Pitts
burgh, will dellvor a locturo, entitled
"Passion Play," in Centennial Hall on
Wednesday evening, July 5th. Admls
slon 15 and 25 cents. Proceeds (or the
parsonage fund of the Reynoldsville
About sixty Knights of Pythias of
Reynoldsvillo attended the reunion
held at DuBols last Friday. The Key
stone band accompanied the Knights,
It was a reunion of all the K. of P
lodges in Jefferson, Clarion, Indiana,
Elk and Clearfield counties.
S. F. Warner, a lightning rod man of
Indiana, Pa., who was in Reynoldsville
last summer, is In town this week. O
S. Prindle, an electrician of Chicago,
who thoroughly understands the light
nlng rod business, Is with him. Prof,
B. R. Kline and his brother, Will G.
are also with the party.
niirgoNH llBy lias authorized us to
say that merennnt who nnmiie lire
cracker run hnve tho privilege of soil
ing tho snmn on the 3rd nnd 4th of July,
also nil other fireworks.
The People's Party Club of Reynolds-
vllle will meet at Walter Spry' store at
10 t). m. Thursday, Juno 2Mh. The
otnnilttee hhvs that IhihIiiks of Import-
aneo will ho brought up for discussion.
The Daughter of Rebeokah Installed
the following new otllcer m few day
ago': P. (!., Mr. Nettle Hchiirlg; N. G.,
Mrs. Maggie Moore; V. !., Mm. Mlllo
Gross: treasurer, Mrs. Annie Wlnslowj
secretary, Mrs. Kiln Ferris, assistant
secretary, Mrs. Nettle t'Brre.
A. O. McWilliams, county treasurer,
will 1st at Hotel McCoimcll to-day to
receive state and county taxes for
Wlnslow township. Yesterday was
his day for receiving the taxes
In this borough. All who forgot to go
yesterday had Isiter attend to It to-day.
Rev. DoWItt M. Hoiihmn, of Pltts-
burg, will preach In the Presbyterian
huii'h next Sunday morning and even
ing. Rev. Hetibain Is the young man
who II I led the Presbyterian pulpit dur
ing ii summer vaoat Ion nlsmt live yearn
ago. He Is an able and eloquent
Hlils will bo received for papering the
school rooms nnd balls; bids will also lie
veolved for whitewashing the same.
Ml parties making bids on papering
will furnish samples of iaicr to select
from. All bids must bo handed In by
July lllh, 1 Si 1.1. For further Informa
tion call on David Wheeler, president
We visited Emporium last week when
the town was handsomely decorated and
was well filled with visitors and brass
bands. The band tournament was the
cause ot tlio elnlHirulo decorations.
Judging Emporium from a two hours'
visit, when dressed in a festive attire,
we cannot but remark that it Is a pret
ty town, but well hemmed in by moun
tains. Wo stated several weeks ago that
thore was good prospects of a now rail
road being built through Ht Marys.
A charter has been granted to the Kt.
Marys and Southwestern railroad, with
a capital stock of 3ihi,(kmi. The road,
if built, will run from St. Marys to
Croylnnd nnd connect with tho Clarion
River H'y. Tho directors were elected
last week among whom was H. EWel
lendorf. formerly of Reynoldsvillo. Mr,
Wcllcndorf was nlso elected chief en'
Copt. T. C. Reynolds, who works at
tho weigh offlco nt Ilig Soldier, come
very nearly crippling himself for life,
Tilton works at night nnd hn left the
weigh olllco before daylight last Thurs
day morning to come home on a coal
train. He lumped off the trnln at the
company store, but the darkness and in
experience of jumping off moving trains
was too much for him and he took a
tumble and his right knee was badly
bruised and skinned up.
hen Rev. Dorr and wife were re
turning from Johnsonburg last week on
It., H. & P. H'y pusscnger train a little
accident hapiienod which frightened
them. The trnln was running by a
working trnln and one of tho men hud
carelessly laid his shavel down on tho
lint car and tho shovel went through
tho window where Mr. and Mrs. Dorr
and their baby wereslttlng. Fortunately
no ono wus Injured suvo a little scratch
on tho baby's face, mado by a piece of
A man may object to being awakened
from a pcuccful sleep by a feline concert
or a dog jubilee about tlio midnight
hour, but when brought back from slum
lierlund by augellc-liko music, tho man
who would "kick" should bo ostracized
from a civilized community. Last
Monday night whllo enjoying tho sweet
repose that Is only known by tho news
paper fraternity, especially tho country
editor, wo were a awakened by tho
most delightful muslo wo have heard
for many-a-uay. Tho muslo was pro
duced by a dozen young men of our
town. Come again.
The Rldgway bank closed Its doors
last Thursday. It Is claimed that tho
assets of tho bunk are $1(14,000.00 and
liabilities 121 !,()( K),00. Tho stockhold
crs In tho bank are Daniel C. Oyster, of
Rldgway, Alfred Short, of North East,
and tho Hozekluh Horton's estate, of
Horton township. The capital Btock of
the bank is $50,000 and tho stockhold
ers aro individuully liable. W. H.
Osterhout and O. B. Grant were ap
pointed recotvors'. The bank paid in
terest on deposits and the working peo
ple generally hud tholr Utile savings
deposited there. D. C. Oyter is presi
dent of the bank.
Mrs. John M. Hays, of Reynoldsville,
and her mother, Mrs. Hannah Prescott,
of Puuxsutawncy, left here last Wednes
day morning for Randolph, Cedar Co.,
Neb., where Mrs. Hays' brother, Ed.
Prescott, lives. From there they will
go to Colrldgo, Nub., to visit Mrs. Pres
cott's sister, Mrs. Morrison. Ell Conser,
of Clark, South Dakota, and Goorgo
Censer, of California, brothers ot Mrs.
Prescott, will go to Colrldge with their
f amlllos In time to hold a family reunion
on the Fourth of July, Mrs. Hays ex
pects to visit Rev. W. P. Murray's fami
ly at Omaha before she returns and will
also visit the World's Fair. The two
ladles do not intend returning to Reyn
oldsville until the first of October.
No Ppet Noxt Week.
It I customary with all well regulated
country newspitMra to omit publicat ion
two week in the year, Christina time
and Fourth of July week, consequently
we will not Issue a paper next week.
Cut His Leg.
Alliort Strousn, son of Noah Htronso,
who live near town, cut an ugly gosh
In hi left leg Just below the knee on
Monday. Allmrt was peeling bark anil
hi axe caught on a limb of a treo and
glanced off onto a limb of a young man
with alsivo result. Alliort catno to
town and Dr. Neale put three stlU-he
In tho cut.
Tied at Salamanca.
John M. Strnuse, a promising young
man of Winslow township, and Geor
glnnnn Unt il, a fair maiden of Hender
son township, left Reynoldsvillo on the
early train yesterday morning for Rala-
mattcn, N. Y., where a preacher will lie
engaged for a short but Important cere
mony, after which Mr. and Mrs. St rouse
will return to Pennsylvania. A few
little obstacles are not to Ih considered
when Cupid make a success In shoot
ing the arrow of love.
Bet on the Wrong Man.
It I said that a Huthmol lady who
was anxious to bet a little money on tho
prize fight nt Dullols last Friday night,
and, of course, wanted to win, came to
Reynoldsville and hired the fortune-
toller who was travelling with the mu
seum that wuh hero lust week, to toll
her which man to ls-t on to win. The
revenler of future events told tho Rath-
mel woman to bet on McIIugh, which
she did and Is now out of pocket f'J5.0tl
In cush. The woman, whoever she Is,
was served right, in the first place for
being fool lull enough to lsilluve that
the fortune-teller could tell her whnt
wus to come to pass, and in tin; second
place for wanting to get some other
person' money for nothing.
A Railroader in Jail.
A freight conductor on the Ixiw Grade
Dlv. of the A. V. H'y hociuno enamored
with another Low Grade conductor's
wife and the twain left East Hrudy,
where both parties live, on Friday
morning, hut were intercepted by the
strong arm of the law at Oil City and
brought buck to the cages from whence
they had flown. A lnrgo crowd was lit
the train to meet them on their return,
among whom were about lirty "young
Americas" who enjoyed the affair and
were loud In demonstrating their feel
ings in the matter. Tho runaway bus-
liaiid, in ilotault or 1,1X10 hall, Is now
languishing in jail at Clarion. The de
serted wife Is the party who is making
It lively for her firkin husband. The
runaway woman left a family of several
A Oreat Show.
Fuller & Crowley's museum visited
Reynoldsville lust week. Tho wonder
ful aggregation Is composed of two
men, one woman nnd two children
Thero Is not much "freak" about tho
Ixiy and girl. Tho woman, who fixes
her hair nnd dress In a museum stylo,
claims to tie a fortune teller. One of
the men has one leg that Is shorter
than the other. Theso peoplo aro
aware of tho fact that this world Is
well filled with peoplo who aro cosily
humbugged. Tho most wonderful part
of tho museum is thut tho proprietors
stay In one piucofour days in succession.
in Htimo towns tins so-called museum
does a good business, but Reynoldsvillo
was not one of the places. Homo of tho
othor towns In this section will bo hon
ored (?) with a visit from tho traveling
The Democrutie primaries wero held
last Saturday and tho county conven
tion was held at nrookvlllo Monduy,
Thero was not as much enthusiasm
manifested as thero was at tho Republi
can primaries, a the only contest of lin
portance was with the candidates for
sheriff and commissioners. Tho Craw
ford county system of nomlnutlng wus
used at the convention Monduy. A coin
miltoo was appointed to adopt a now
system. Tho following ticket was put
in the field: Prothonotary, &o., J. J.
Young; register, recorder, &c, W. D.
Kane; treasurer, Al. Hawk; sheriff, E,
W. McMlllen; commissioners, Samuel
States, M. F. Woods; audltom, 8. R,
Kelly, Chaw. A. Morris; delegates to
State Convention, Messrs Neale, O'llar-
rah and McCracken. W. K. Fotzor, of
nrookvlllo, was elected county chair
8truck by Lightning.
During tho heavy storm which
passed over this place lust Sunday
evening lightning struck the dwelling
house of John Williams on Hill stroot,
The electrlcul olomont struck tho chim
ney and ran down the water spout with
out doing much damage. Mr. Williams
was on the porch where tho lightning
ran down and split a post and he was
knocked insensible for a few moments,
There are two stove pipe holes In tho
fluo, one In the parlor and the othor in
the sitting room, and the carpet and
other things in tho rooms were almost
dostroyod by soot. The family had all
just gone from the sitting room into the
kitchen and Mr. Williams stepped onto
the porch when the electrical visitor
arrived. Two lamps were burning at
the time and were both extinguished
leaving the frightened family In total
Program for Fourth.
The nrennratlon for a blir time at
Reynoldsville are still going on. So
far arrangement have been mado for a
big parade of flro companies, brass
bands, lodges, sM-clal Durktown flro
brigade, fantastic, Industrial exhibi
tion, Ami., nnd various kind of race,
U....I. 1,1. ..!,. .....I. Hi i u.u
fnotj Ac. There will bo two game of-
ball and a grand exhibition of daylight
firework. Dinner, supper and festival
in G. A. R. hall. A dance In the opera
house In tlio evening. Tho program
for the day I a follows; ,
4.00 a. m. Cannonading.
9.30 a. m. Industrial parade, flro
com panics, band, Dnrktown Brigade,
lis go, rantAstles, etc.
I0.,l a. in. Illeycle race, purse .!.00
and 12.00. Run length of plunk road
11.00 a. in. Fisit rw.ii, nurses $5.00
and $.'l.0ll. Run IfiO yards on plank road.
12.00 m. Dinner at Grand Army hall.
1.30 p, m. Wheelbarrow rnce, purse
2.00 nnd 9I.00. Distance M foot.
2.00 p. in. Sock nice, purses :.00
and f 1.00. Distance loo foot.
2.30 p. ni. Fire rompanles' exhibi
3.00 p. m. Daylight fireworks.
4.00 p. m. Huso hall, Revnoldsvllle
.1.30 p. m. Supper In G. A. H. hall.
(1.30 p. m. Open nlr concert bv bands
of Curwetisvllle, Reynoldsville and
H..1U p. m. lirauil bull In Kevnolds
Muse bail game in tin- morning, l)u
Bol v. Reynoldsvillo.
Wish Them Joy.
J. C. FriM-hlleh, nn enterprising mer-
chnnt tailor of Reynoldsville, and Mis
Mary U. YVhoolor, daughter of Huvltl
Wheeler, were married nt the homo of
the bride' parents Inst Thursday even
ing nt eight oclock, Rev. K. J . Dorr
performed the ceremony. On Friday
evening tho Riynoldsvillo Keystone
blind nnd I'reHcottvilleCoritetlmnil both
serenaded the hutipv couple. Mr.
FriM-blleh has ts-en In business here n
few years nnd has won many friends and
made a success of his business, while
Mary Wheeler has boon known in
Keynolilsvllle ever since she was a
little "tot" and has the esteem of all
who have become aeoiiainted with her.
They will remain with Mr. Wheeler's
family for a short time and then will go
to housekeeping. Some person slnrted
the report Tuesday evening that tho
couple had Isteu married and n crowd of
ealitbumplans went, to Mr. Wheeler's
residence about, eleven o'clock and
serenaded what they . supposed was
a newly married pair, but the call
tbuinplans were disappointed. Mr
r TiMihlich wns not there at, all. Then
some ono started the report that nil
nrrnngoments hud Im-ou made for the
wedding Tuesday evening, even to hav
ing the preacher there, but the license
did not come. This was false. Thurs
day evening was the only time set for
After the Canada Thistle.
I Pun XMiitn wtif v Spirit. 1
There was n meeting of the State
Ronrd of Agriculture at Bethlehem,
Northampton county, last Wednesdny
and Thursday. James McCracken, tho
mem nor irom this county, read a paper
on inn i.anacia iiustie, Having previous
ly been appointed to Investigate the
subject. He had tioen making experi
ments with thl pesky weed nnd discov
ered that an application either of
sulphuric acid or spirits of turpentine
would kill them, lie demonstrated his
theory to tho satisfaction of those pres
Qave Him a Call.
The Presbyterlun congregation of
Reynoldsville have found a minister
whom they think will (111 their pulpit
successfully and have given Mini a call.
Rev. W. K. Donaldson, of Allegheny, Is
the gentleman who wus selected at tho
congrcgntionul meeting last Wednes
day evening. Rev. Donaldson bus not
accepted the cull yet. but it is expected
that lie will do so. J he entire congre
gation seem to bo well pleased with Mr
Donaldson, no is a married man and
has a family of several children.
Last Sunday marked the sixtieth an
nlvorsnrv of Ed. D. Seelev's birtbduv.
His wife decided to give Ed. a little
surprise and a few gentlemen friends
were invited to call about six oclock
Monday evening. Tho guests were all
at tho house when Mr. Seeley went
homo to supper. An excellent meal
was served and a good time hud bv all.
A new leather-covered rocking chulr
remained in the house after the visitors
Fare One Way.
In accordance with it usual liberal
policy, tho Buffalo, Risjliestor & Pitts
burg H'y will this year sell excursion
ticket lor the 4tn ol July Holidays,
between all stations on their line, at
single faro for the round trip. TIckots
will bo sold on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th,
good for return passuge until July fith,
John VanVllet, of Brookville, who
was appointed by tho Court as master
and examiner in the preliminary injunc
tion served on tho school board of Iteyn
oldsvillu, came to town yesterday and
Is taking testimony In tho case at M. M.
Davis' olllco. Mr. VanVllet Is to re
port the law and fucts in the cose.
A Good Lecturer.
Rev. J. Boll Noff lectured In Centen
nial Hull lust evening to a small, but
appreciative audience. His lecture,
"Luck and Pluck," was filled with elo
quence, wit, humor and good advice.
Those who stayed away certainly missed
an excellent leoture.
The council held a special meeting
lost evening and decided to do more
paving on Main street, as follows:
From Iron bridge to Belnap House to
connect onto what has already been
paved, and from Arnold cornor to Pres
Will Elect Teachers.
The Reynoldsville School Board will
meet at Seeley, Alexander & Co.'s bank
at 1.30 p. M., Thursday, July ttth, 18!)3,
for the purpose of electing teachers for
the ensuing term.
Jos. M. Cathers, Sec.
MEDITATE ON PACTS.
Mud Have More Dwelling House The
School Question a Momentous One.
A I well known a Board of Trade
was organized In Reynoldsvillo several
mouth ago nnd various committee
wero npiHilnU'd to hsik afUir the differ
ent Interest of the organization. The
rommlttoo on monufttcturo hnvo hot
boon Idle hut have Is -en quietly making
efforts to Induce several mumifuctuiing
establishments, that nre looking for
new locutions, to come to Revnoldsvllle,
among which I a carriage manufactur
ing concern of Carlisle, Pa. ImhI week
H. If. ItH-kwotsI, of Carlisle, came to
thl town for the purisme of lisiklng
around with a view of moving the
carriage manufactory, which he repre
sents, to our town. Mr. Iiekwood was
well pleased with Reynoldsville and
the inducement offered for a car
riage factory. He said that real wa
a hundred jsr cent cheaper here than
where he I now located, freights
cheaper from Pittsburg than from
hlladeiphln to f'atiislo, and ash.
hickory nnd othor wish) used In manu
facturing carriage from one hundred
to one. hundred and fifty per cent,
ohoiiiior here than where now Inrntetl.
He Hlsosuld thut there was no reason
why Reynoldsville should not, 1st the
largest rnnniifiieturlng town In the stnte.
I'orsonully, Mr. Is-kwiMsl would like
to move to our town, but there are two
disadvantages confronted him which
will in nil probability rob Revnoldsvllle
of nn establishment that would 1st a
great Issim to the town. The obstacle
are lack of houses to nccoiiitniMliite the
sixty-five families that would come with
the carriage raetorv, and the condition
of ourschiHils. The men who work In the
factory are all skilled workmen and get
good wages and want gissl house to
live In. J hoy uro a class of men who
believe In giving their children a good
common school education.
What Is an obstacles in getting tho
carriage factory will Isi In getting any
other factory Into the pliiee thut will bo
of much value to our town. What shall
wo do? Will the nionlod men of town
build gissl dwelling houses to rent,
which lire even now in dumiind, or will
they keep their money under (s-k nnd
key, is one of the iinporlnnt ipicMtions
that now stare ''e town's future in the
face. And in tho second place how
under heaven Is tho school ipiestion
going to bo settled? Will tho sehmil
Ikiiii-iI nnd citizens reach nn amicable
settlement, or will the "hirh" continue?
is u momentous question not only for
tho interest, of the children of our town
but nlso for the, town's U-st welfare.
If lleynoldsvllle Is ever to become n
better town than it now Is the people
must aid in advancing its interests. A
town that, amounts to aitvthlmr now
day must keep up with the times in-
Improvements, l.ood school buildings,
sewerage, puveu streets, street, cur
line, Arc, am some nf the demands In
this ago. The man who advocates such
Improvements for Reynoldsville is met
with a howl, "thut is to exis-nslve!" or
"t hat is not the way it should 1st done!"
Arc, &c. The enterprising business men
of our town must arise nlsive Biocurrent
of non-Improvement or WMim-r or later
all will go down together. Trim Reyn
oldsville is a livo town for Its size, but
we should not be satisfied until we
become n city of ten or fifteen thousand
people and have many manufactures
within our Isiders.
Children's Day Services.
The Sunday school of Presbyterian
nnd Baptist churches observed Chil
dren s Day last Sunday. The Presby
terian schisil rendered the following
program in tno morning:
( 'hunt Fourth t'otntnHielrnent Choir
I'rnyiT J II Whit, -1,111
iOiihIiik "lli'iiuf Iful Hnliluitli" Choir
belli, Ikon nnd Honu Cliiss Utile ;irls
S,-rlitiin. It, mill, i School
Slrnriiitf School and Cotmn-uailon
Iti'i-ltiii Ion Lois idiliinsoii
Scrlnl urn Ki-nillinr School
llecliiiilon Willie l.fts
Ke.-ll at Ion A mi-1 1 ii Morrow
Hliiuliur-'Siililmtli Hells" Choir
Ki-iitiitluii Icnnln l.usk
"Object of Children's Day In l'ri-slyti,rliiii
Church" Mrs J II Arnold
Itecltulloii Master Clair l-'crrls
Acrostic nnd Sonjr Twelvo (ilrls
rrnyiT O W I'lil
Tho church was nicely decorated with
flowers, mostly roses and ferns. After
the services the cut flowers wero made
Into !xHnots and sent around town to
The services in tho Baptist church
wero held in tho evening and tho pro-
f ram was as follows:
I vnm "I'riilso yts the Lord" School
(in-etlnir Hilp't W H Stone
Hymn "All Hull" School
lice button "Children's liny" llcrthn Howser
Keel I Hi Ion I nil to Service" . MilllrPli, (.
McKnlKlit, K. Kvhiis. K, I Hi vis.
Keel tut Ion "Consecrnllon" Tlrznh limit h
Anthem "He lolec In the Lord" School
lied tut Ion "f.lt tin Foxes" KlvaColcmuri
Hymn "The Hose of Sharon" School
Hon, I orrnrliixs (icrtln limbic, Millie Ibsni,
Annus Stoiiu, Ada Hcott, Kilns Humphrey.
solo Klorem-o Htono
"In tho Cross of Christ I Glory."
Kucllutlon V. F. Marslmll'i class
Itorlliitlnn "Hen Adam. HowjF.mmn Iavl
to do ll" I Eflln Mllllren
Hymn "Fold us In Thy Arms" frlmsry dep't
Hccltntlons, praise service Katie KIiik, Olive
He, Icy, bertha Marshall.
Hhort address Hup't
His lllitlnii A. W. FenU
"The story of the Chanel Car."
Hymn "Itoll on thou brlnht KvhukcI" School
Ht-ni-d let Ion.
The church wa handsomely and
tastefully decorated. The collection
amounted to $20.1)0. All who took part
in i no exercises in Dotn cnurcnes uia
Card of Thanks
.1 take this method of expressing my
gratitude to tno tiopuniicans who stood
by me so nobly during the recent pri
mary campaign. I feel complimented
for the largo vote received considering
all the effort made for the nomination
Although unsuccessful, yet I am a faith
ful Republican and will support the
ticket now in the Held. I take my do-
icat gracetuiiy. Mespectfuliy,
Sandy Valley, Pa.
Holiday Excursion Rates.
The Allegheny Valley railroad will
sell tickets between all stations at regu
lar excursion rate on July .1 and 4, good
returning uniii July o, inclusive,
Agents have been so notified by Jos. P,
Anderson, general possoger agent.
Bids for furnishing tho lumber and
paving Main street from iron bridge to
Belnap House, and Fifth st. to Seventh
St., will be received up to evening of
July 3rd. Council reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. Specifications
can be seen at iiurgess Hays omce.
('. F. Hodman and wlfo spent Sunday
In Brook rlllo.
Mis Mary CiKitMtr I visiting friends
Hon. A. ('. Hopkins, of Lock Haven.
I In town thl week.
J j . ieoMy. 1,1 i kLniFiu p( , in in iiowil
on business thl week.
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John R. Key hn moved from this
place to F.merlckvllle.
County Treasurer A. O. McWIlliams
I at Hotel McConncll.
Morton (i ray nnd Herman Hltidorf
spent Sunday In Dullols.
Mr. Jos. Sample returned Monday
from a visit at Brtsikvllle.
Br. T. C. TiHwson, of Brookvllln wo
In Hcymihlsvlllo Saturday.
John C. Barto was at Lewlaburg and
several other place Inst week.
Mis F.thel .lone, of Bcllvlew, wa a
visitor at S. M. Courley' lost week.
Peter Yonson, a coal miner, left hero
last week lo take In the World' Fair.
Lawyer Brennemiin, of Brookville,
wns In town on buslnc during the post
Mrs. John R. Filler, of Becbtree,
spent Sunday In Reynoldsville with
(iareiiee Croon, of Brisk way vllle, la
visiting his brother, K. Will Green, at
liiiwyerC. Mitchell made a business
trip to (irnfton, West Vn , during tho
S. K. Km man and wife, of Hurrlsburg,
nine to this section list Saturday for a
Miss Maggie Kills, of BuHois, s-tit
Sunday with J. (,'. McKutlre's family
In this place.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Addison Weaver, of
Dullols, were guests nt A. B. Weed's
A. D. Doemer, nn enterprising lumber
man of Brookville, wns In Reynoldsvillo
Mrs. S. A. Bowser, of fircenvillo,
(iarloti county, is visiting relatives In
Mrs. James If. Jelbart, of Kmerick-
villo, spent Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. Jos. Butler.
Mrs. Thomas Tapper and Mrs. Wm.
Folk are visiting their parents at
John S. Burr, of Brookville, Repub
lican candidate for prothonotary, was In
town last Saturday.
Juuio K. Mitchell, who hn been at
Richmond, Ky., for some time, returned
to Reynoldsville lust week.
f. M. Doemer bus just completed tho
erection of u lnrgo burn for Kltner
Cooper in the BeecbwisMls.
Misses Annie and Myrtle McAninch,
of Brookville, wero visitor in Reyn
oldsville during the past week.
W. (.'. P.lliott, editor l'nlunlir, re
turned from tho World's Fair Monduy.
Ho thinks It is a wonderful show.
Prof, W. If. Stnmoy went to Chum-
borsburg last week and from thero he
Intends going to tho World's Fair.
Mr. nnd Mrs. ft. Schlubig, of DuBols,
visited tholr parents at this place and
"Volley Homo" during tho past. week.
Mrs. Agnes Commoner nnd son,
Harry, of Hollwood, Pa., are visiting
John W, Fink's family on Pleasant
Will K. Black, formerly foreman of
tho Stah office, now a typo on one of
tho DuBois pajs-rs, was ut homo over
Miss Lidla Bowser, of Walk Chalk,
Pa., is visiting her brother and sister.
Br. A. H. Bowser and Mrs. David
M. M. Fisher, harness maker, and
Frank Reynolds will go to tho World's
Fair next Tuesday. They will bo gone
Martin and Mortio Knox, of Covodo,
Indiana county, visited their brother,
HimkI Knox, In this placo during tho
Ninian Coojier Is assisting Co. Treas.
McWilliams gather in the state and
county tax for Reynoldsvillo borough
and Winslow township.
Mrs. Kllzuboth Stephenson and
daughter, Josephine, who have been In
Alubuma for eighteen months, returned
to Reynoldsvillo last week.
Rev. J. C. McEntire, of this place,
delivered an address to tho P. O. S. of
A. Commandery in tho Globe Hall at
DuBois last Saturday evening.
Miss Carrie Kicher, who left here
with Rev. Fur bay and family to make
her home with them at Tyrone, visited
friends In Reynoldsvillo during the past
James M. Lord, Bert Woodward, Miss
Hannah StaufTor and Mortio Dean, who
have been attending the State Normal
at Lock Haven, will return home this
Mrs. Amy Cartwright, of East Brady,
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mi-s. Ed. Lewis, returned home Monday
morning, accompanied by her grandson,
Master Harry Lewis.
Hurry Kline, who left here about the
first of Juno for Oregon, arrived In
Portland, Oregon, June 12th and on the
14th got a regular job as brakeman on
a passenger train between Portland and
Amos Burson, general manager of the
Kellogg Mowing Machine Knife Grinder
for United States and Dominion of Can
ada, and John W. Phillippl, general
agent for the same machine, both
gentlemen have headquarters at Punx
sutawney, were In town last Saturday
and exhibited the Grinder to a number
of people on Main street. Farmers are
well pleased with the "knife grinder."