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WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 11)00.
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H All Hearts Enamel Free.
Pametiitor trains arrive and leave fieyn
oldivllle as follow:
Alleyhrny Valley Kniheuy.
Train No. . e.M a. m. Train No. H, S..W a. m.
TrnlnNo.ia, ll.Ortn. m. Train No. , S.4S a. m.
Train No. I. 13 p. ni. Train No. 2, 1..10 p. ni.
Train No. I, .( p. m. Train No. U. S.im p. m.
Train No. 7, 9.13 p. m. Train .No. 10, 7.5ft p. in.
Train No.41.1 00p. m. Train No. I,IB. m.
Train No. 7. .I3 p. m. Train No. 4. 4.W p. ni.
Ii. R. f P. liy, . d M. lhv)
Arrives I IVparts
Train No 7S 1 p m Train No 73. 20 a m
ft Little ot Everytning,
Buy Robinson's shoes.
Will lams for footwear.
Johna & Thompson, tailors.
Mitchell, the Ladies' Tailor.
Town council meets to-night.
Money saved In footwear at Williams.'
The ground hog saw his shadow Fri
day. Next Wednesday is St. Valentino's
Ladles felt shoes for cold feet at
Miss Clara Lewis Is an assistant In
The New Bargain store for tinware
We will now have six weeks of some
kind of weather.
Milllrens are poor at bragging, but
rich In bargains.
Parker Concert Company at Assembly
nail February lflth.
Milllrens please their customers and
the business prospers.
Perfect fit guaranteed by Johns &
Thompson, merchant tailors.
Great bargains in hosiery and under
wear at the New Bargain store.
The low prices and honest values at
Milllrens will surprise and amaze you.
A tablet given away with every pair
of school shoes bought at Johnston &
If you want a good fitting suit or an
overooat, go to Johns & Thompson,
The DuBots Morning Courier made its
appearance last Friday morning in a
new dress of type.
Wet feet are always running after the
doctors.' Our Gold Seal rubbers stop
The Labadle Company at the opera
house Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
nights of next week.
. For next 30 days J. A. Myers will sell
robes, blankets and sleighs at a big re
duction. Call and see.
Call and see our new line of glassware
and queensware at the New Bargain
store, B. T. Cox, proprietor.
Miss Edith Jaokson, of Allegheny
City, sang a solo in the M. E. church at
this place Sunday morning and last
A beautiful oil painting given away
with every pair of Queen Quality shoes
bought at Johnston & Nolan's.
The directors of the Summervllle
Telephone Company held a meeting at
Hotel McConnell, In this place, yester
Clarence Hyatt Reynolds, of this
place, who is a student In the Philadel
phia College of Pharmaoy, passed the
' State Board examination a few days ago
for Registered Pharmacist.
We bave paint to cover buildings,
the largest stock of paint in town. Not
cheap paint, but are made from genuine
white lead, zlno, oxide and linseed oil
aa a base. Reyuoldsvllle Hardware Co.
Members of John C. Conser Post, all
old soldiers, Sons of Veterans and W.
R. C. will meet In G. A. R. hall Sunday
'evening, Feb. 11th at 6.30 o'clock, pre
paratory to attending union services at
This week out a lot of shoes for
women, all sizes and good stylo, for
11.60 a pair. Robinson's.
"Mr. Pepper From Stilt Lake,"
"Away Down East," and "Faust" at the
opera hooso on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday night of next week.
Some jierson poisoned two of Lawyer
Mitchell's hunting dogs Saturday night.
It would not be well for the guilty party
if Mr. Mitchell finds out who did It.
The survey for the Roynoldsvllle
Traction Company lino has been com
pleted and as soon as the spring time
arrives the work of building the road
will be started.
William Alexander, oldest son of
Fred. A. Alexander, had the left sido
of his face badly bruised one day last
week by slipping off the steps at his
Dr. R. DoVero King has moved his
dental office Irom rooms over Reynolds
vllle Hardware Company store to rooms
on second floor of the new brick block
next to Bohren's bakery. Doctor has
very fino rooms now.
Clndorolla stoves and ranges contain
every improvement that Ib of value to
a house keeer. Cleanliness, durability
and economy aro its strong points.
Guaranteed to bake. For sale by the
Revnoldsville Hardware Co.
Full credit will be given in tho Nor
mal Course for work done at tho Clarion
State Normal School during tho July
extension of the spring term. Scores
of teachers whose terms close late this
spring will avail themselves of this
The Washington Township Sunday
School Association will hold a meet
ing In the M. E. church at Coal Glen
on Friday of this week. Thore will be
three sessions, morning, afternoon and
evening. A good program has been
Edward Phillips, the barber who pur
chased the Scott building on Main
street a few days ago, is having a new
front put in the building and will fit up
the front room for a barber shop and
will uso the other part of building for a
Small & Austin, oxporlencnd butch
ers, have opened a shopMn the building
noxt door to Swartz Bros.' grocory on
Main street. Thoy will handle all kinds
of meats and solicit a share of your
Rev. A. H. Kinnard, who has been
ill and unable to occupy his pulpit for
several weeks, Is greatly Improved and
will preach In the Lutheran church at
Chestnut Grove Sunday at 10.30 a. m.,
and In this pluce at 7.30 Sunday evening.
Coming, three nights only, commenc
ing Feb. 12, Oliver Labadle and his
merry company of comedians in the
great farce comedy, "Mr. Pepper From
Salt Lake." Tuesday night thoy pre
sent "Away Down East," and Wednes
day Goethe's magnificent "Faust."
J. A. Myers, tho harness mukor, has
moved his Bhop into the room formerly
occupied by W. T. Cox's grocery store,
and is now better prepared than ever to
turn out first class work. If you need a
new set of harness, a new saddle, whip,
Axe, or a new buggy call on Mr. Myers.
The Wbitticr Club of Brookvllle held
a social at C. R. Hall's, on Grant street,
yesterday. The ladies curae to town on
the noon train and tho gontlomen came
up on the 6.02 train. They all returned
home on train No. 10, which was held
here until 9.20 p. m. for their accommo
Shlck & Wagner hereby call attention
of their patrons to the fact that their
store closes every evening, except Sat
urday evenings, during February at 8.00
o'clock. The stock is being invoiced
and it Is found absolutely necessary to
close at the stated time to give atten
tion to the work.
We notice that Ninlan Cooper is on
the democratic ticket for register in the
second precinct of Reynoldsvllle. He
ought to be elected by a unanimous vote.
He Is careful in discharging his duties,
Is always among the vory first to make
bis return, and his report is porpaps
the neatest that comes in. Brookvllle
M. M. Davis, Esq., who has been
compelled to stay at Brookvllle almost
two weeks by a severe attack of grip,
will be able to come home the latter
part of this week. Miss Elizabeth, who
Is nursing her father, came home Sat
urday forenoon on train No. 13 and re
turned to the county seat In the after
noon on train No. 2.
Two ran and one woman, 'who were
"top-hfc. . y," but "light-headed," were
up-set out of a buggy last Friday noon
in making the turn from Third street
to Main street. The woman was pre
tending to drive, but she bad lost the
lines and the horse was going as it
pleased, henoe the up-sot. The occu
pant of the buggy escaped without
A DuBoIh paper said Monday morn
ing that "the westbound train on the Al
legheny Valley was held until after the
show on Saturday night for the accom
modation of persons from Reynoldsvllle
and other points in that direction." -The
' westbound train arrived here on time
Saturday evening -7.55 and there was
no special train, therefore the newspa
per was mistaken. i .
Guy and Harold Posllethwalt, aged
eight and six yoars respectively, sons of
David Postlcthwalt, gave a party Sat
urday evening to sixteen young friends.
The lads had a delightful time. Re
freshments were served.
Bervices in M. B. Church.
The revival meetings In the M. E.
church are still In progress. Twol ve per
sons were takon into church on proba
tion and one by letter Sunday. Presid
ing Elder R. C. Smith will preach in
the church to-night.
Off for San Francisco.
Frank Smith and Will Scott leave
here to-day for Snn Francisco, Cal.,
to Join Norrls Bros.' circus. Frank
plays tenor drum and Will plays bass
drum. Will Scott Is also one of the
circus clowns and It Is said that he
mokes a good clown.
Fairly Good Lecture.
Tho lecturo In Assembly hall last
Friday ovenlng, "Uncrowned Kings,"
by W. T. S. Culp, was a fairly good
lecture, but considerable of it was a re
hash of the lecturo that Russell Con
well delivered at Brookvlllu during the
last teacher's Institute.
W. S. Stone Preached.
W. S. Stono, master mechanlo in the
A. V. R'y shops at this plnce, preached
in tho Baptist church litBt Sunday morn
ing and evening, and will preach in the
Baptist church next Sunday morning.
Mr. Stone was licensed to preach twen
ty six years ago. He preaehod In Lon
don four years. He Is a good talker.
The Reynoldsvllle creamery was sold
at public auction on Main street Satur
day afternoon. Robert R. Morrison, of
Beech woods, bought the machinery,
building and lot for $815. It cost near
ly $5,000. Mr. Morrison does not ex
pect to run the plant nor does he expect
to move It away for the present at least.
Fire Company Called Out.
A small blaze in Mm. J. S. Morrow's
new house about six o'clock last Friday
evening caused the fire alarm to be
given and Hope Hose Company to re
spond to the call. The fire was In the
partition between the dining room and
parlor and was caused by a defective
flue. Tho fire was extinguished by a
small hose before much dumnge was
Wanted a Reduction on Coffin.
There Is a Polish family at Big Sol
dier that have burled three babies in
the past three years. Each baby only
lived a week or two after It was
born. Those Polish parents lost a
little baby lust week and when the
father went to the undertakers to get a
coffin tie a.ked for a reduction in the
price because, he said, "We buy a coffin
Lincoln's Birthday Service.
The Sons of Veterans, members of
Grand Army Post and Woman's Relief
Corps will attend the Presbyterian
church In a body next Sunday evening,
where appropriate services In honor of
Abraham Lincoln's birthday will be
held. Rev. W. Frank Rober, pastor
of the Presbyterian church, will preach
the sermon. Every person is cordially
Invited to attend this service.
Forty Hour Devotion.
Forty Hour Devotion in the Catholic
church at this place closed at 10.30 a.
m. yesterday by special High Mass cele
brated by Father Drleooll of DuBois.
The following priests assisted Father
Brady and Father Drisooll, of this place,
In the Forty Hour Devotion: Father
Welnkler, of Brookvllle, Fathers Mc
Glvney and Drisooll, of DuBois, and
Father Weinker, of Punxsutawney.
Last Wednesday evening the Prohi
bitionists of West Reynoldsvllle nomi
nated the following ticket: Burgess,
R. E. Koehler; oounoll, Philip Koehler,
F. J. Austin, W. A. Smith; school di
rectors, M. E. Ridgeway, J. C. McEntire;
tax collector, George Dempsey; high
constable, Jerry East; poor overseer,
J. W. Domiey; auditor, W. B. Stauf
fer; judge of election, D. B. Stauffer;
inspector of election, G. W. Baughman.
Big Damage from Frozen Pipes.
About ten days ago Mrs. Andrew
Wheeler went to Washington county,
Pa., to visit her parents and the first ot
last weok Mr. Wheeler went to St.
Louis to buy mules, both being away
from home during the extremely cold
snap last week, and the water pipes in
the bath room and kitchen of their
new residence froze and burstedand the
house was flooded. It is estimated that
the damage will amount to at least
Special Meetings in Presbyterian Church.
The series of special meetings are
still In progress in the Presbyterian
church and will be continued all of thli
week. Prayer meeting in the chapel
every evening from 7.00 to 7.30. Rev. J.
A. Stevenson, of Allegheny City, is doing
the preaching tbla week. Rev. Cherry,
of Natrona, was to bave been here this
week, but on account of some of bis
members being seriously ill be oould
not be present. Twelve persons have
joined tho church since the meetings
TROLLEY TO OIL CITY.
Will be Built by Northern Pennsylvania
Traction Co. Survey Will be
Mad to Clarion Soon.
The Reynoldsvllle Traction Company
was to have been the name ot the com
pany that will build the street car line
from this place to Rathmel, Big Sol
dier, Sykesville and Eleanora, but at
meeting held In Philadelphia one week
ago last Saturday the name of the com
pany was changed to the Northern
Pennsylvania Traction Company, and
the trolley lino will not only be built to
the places mentioned above, but it will
be built from this pluce to Brookvllle,
Clarion, Franklin and Oil City. An
engineer corps will begin the survey
for tho line to Clarion inside of two or
three weeks. Tho president's office for
the Northern Pennsylvania Traction
Company will be opened In the Drexel
Building, Philadelphia the first of next
The Evening Concert.
The Academy of Music was crowded
Monday evening, at the concert given
by the C. M. Parker Concert Company,
who proved themselves worthy of their
motto, "Nulil secundus." Taken as a
whole they are undoubtedly equal to any
concert company which has appeared
here and the audience gave ample evi
dence of their hearty approval of the
program. Every selection was applaud
ed, and nearly every one encored. The
members of the company are Miss Eliz
abeth Hanson, soprano; Miss Beatrice
Mori, mezzo soprano and accompanist;
Miss Juanita Boynton, mezzo contralto
and reader; Miss Maybeile Terry, alto
and violinist; Mrs. C. M. Parker, con
tralto. The selection by Mrs. Parker, which
was accompanied by the company, both
vocally and with violin, banjo, guitar,
madolin and piano, was very finely ren
dered. Miss Terry is an accomplished
violinist, and both in her solo and the
other numbers In which she appeared
proved that she is an artist of decided
merit. Miss Boynton captivated the
house with her readings, and her statue
posing was remarkable in its accurate
portrayal of the emotions indicated by
the various poses. Meadvltle Star, Nov.
21, 1800. At Assembly hall Friday even
ing, February 10. Tickets on sale at
Stoke's drug store.
From pit to dome, the Auditorium
was filled last night. Before the rise of
the curtain every seat In the big theatre
was occupied and standing room was
soon all sold. Monday night's audience
was thought to have been the largest,
but last night's was a record breaker.
People were sitting in tho aisles and on
tho stairway and standing two or three
deep in the rear, both in the parquet
"Faust," that suorb work of Goethe,
was the magnet that drew last night's
largo audience, the character of which
was the best ever Been in this city. Mr.
Labadle, as Mephlsto, and Mrs. Labadle
as Marguerite, were assisted by the
Labadle Company, and any amount of
special scenery, that was beautiful, com
bined with the calcium and electrical
Everyone admits that the piece had
never been staged in Parkersburg bol
ter than It was last night. Parkers
burg (W. Va.) Daily. At Reynolds
opera house Monday, Tuesday and
Wodnesday, February 12th, 13th and
14th. Admission 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Tickets on sale at Stoke's drug store.
Monday night this company will play
the great musical farce comedy, "Mr.
Pepper From Salt Lake," and Tuesday
night "Away Down East."
Work on Olass Plant Pushed.
The work on the erection ot the Star
Glass Company plant at this place Is
being pushed as rapidly as tho weather
will permit. A New York firm has
contracted to take the entire output of
the plant for years, and is anxious to
get the glass from tills plant as toon as
R. W. Kunz is no longer member of
the Star Glass Co. Presldont Ferrln
has gotten Messrs. P. C. Blaisdell and
Robert Bauer, of Bradford, Interested
and they have taken Mr. Kunz's place
In the oompany.
Three Weddings Soon.
At 11.00 a. m. next Wednesday, Feb
ruary 14th, MIhs Susie Booth, of this
place, and Stewart Crotzer, of Hopkins,
will he married at the home ot the
bride's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Jacob
Booth, on Main street. The ceremony
will be, performed by Rev. A. J. Meek,
pastor-elect of the Baptist church, as
sisted by the bride's father, Rev. Booth
Invitations are out for the wedding ot
Dr. Cary Huffman and Miss Helena
Grace Smith, both of Rathmel. Tbey
will be married at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Smith, parents of Miss Hel
ena, on Wednesday evening of next
week, February 14th.
Peter Burkbeart and Miss Elizabeth
Potter will be married some time this
Shot a Oood Horse.
Ex-Sheriff Burns, the liveryman, had
to shoot a good horse Saturday. The
animal broke one of Its legs la the barn
and that was the whyfore of the shoot
Just what you want in rubbers at
BONDS ALL SOLD.
Electricians Arrived Yesterday to Wire
the Town and Buildings.
All the bonds for the Reynoldsvllle
Electric Light Company have been sold
and the plant will be In operation Inside
of a month. The electricians, Henry
E. Swift and William McGrall, are here
to wire the town and buildings for elec
tric lights. F. A. Goldlng, superinten
dent of the company, can not locate
here permanently until May first. The
company with whom he Is now employed
Is building a seven mile traction line
and will not release Mr. Goldlng until
the road is completed, which will be
the latter part of April. This is proof
that Mr. Goldlng is a competent man.
The arc lamps to be used In Reynolds-
villa are the latest and best lamps that
can be secured. Thoy are the Series
Alternating Current Enclosed Arc
Lamm. Thoy will burn 100 hours with
out putting In now carbon. They make
a nice study light, don't dicker like the
old style arc lights do. We will have
one of the finest electric light systems
In the country.
New Mine Scale District Convention.
Some of the features of the new mine
scale adopted at the recent national
convention In Indianapolis, referring
special to this district, are as follows:
"That an advance of 14 cents oer ton
of 2,000 pounds of pick mined screen
coal shall take effect in Western Penn
sylvania thin vein, and In the Hocking
district, the basing district of Ohio,
and the block coal district of Indiana.
"1 hat the screen for the Ohio. West
ern Pennsylvania and the bituminous
district of Indiana shall be uniform in
size, six feet wide by 12 feet long, built
of flat or Akron shaped bar of not less
man t oi an inch surface, with H
Inches between the bars, free from ob
struction and that said screen shall rest
upon a sufilclent number of bearings to
hold the bar in proper position.
"That the differential between the
thick and thin mines of the Pittsburg
district be referred to thBt district for
"That the mining rates in the central
district of Pennsylvania be referred to
that district for adjustment.
"That the advance on inside day la
bor be 20 per cent, based on the present
Hocking valley scale, with the excep
tion of trappers, whose compensation
shall be $1.00.
"That all narrow dav work and room
turned shall be paid a proportionate ad
vance witn the mining rate.
"That Internal differences In anv of
tho states or districts, both as to tirlce
or condition, shall be referred to the
state or district affected for adjustment.
The above scale is based upon an eight
hour work day."
A joint convention of miners and op
erators of this No. 2 district will be
held at Altoona about the 8th or 9lh of
March to adopt a scale of prices for this
district, as provided for by the National
Washington Township Ticket.
Democratic Tho Democrats of Wash
ington township have named tho follow
ing ticket to be voted for February 20th:
Supervisors, Thomas Dougherty and
John Zimmerman; poor overseer, John
Thompson; school directors, James S.
Dougherty and J. Andrew Ross; tax
collector, Geo. M. Crawford; township
auditor, John W. Stewart; township
clerk, A. J. Wiser; Upper Washington
judge, Findley Dougherty; inspector,
W. F. McClure; register assessor, R. L.
Morrison; Lower Washington judge,
Wray Cooper; inspector, J. E. Crawford;
register assessor, Fred Moore; Falls
Creek Judge, P. J. McMahon; Inspect
or, J. H. McClelland; register assessor,
D. B. McConnell. F. E. Dixon, of Falls
Creek, was elected township chairman
for the ensuing year.
Republican The Republicans of
Washington township have placed the
following ticket in the field for the
February election: Tax collector, R. L.
Morrison; school directors, W. C.
Smith and W. Brltton; supervisors,
Alex Kays and John D. Cobb; auditor,
T. B. Caldwell; overseer poor, Win.
Unsworth; township clerk, J. C. Smith,
judge of election. W. A. Smith; Inspec
tor, J. B. Smith; register, S. E. Mo
Donald. The "Little Blue Book."
A neat, compact pocket volume con
taining the time-tables of all the rail
roads In Pennsylvania. Should be in
the possession of every traveling man,
hotel, business man and business firm in
the state. It Is published monthly, with
all corrections up to date, at one dollar
per year. Single copies ten cents.
Mailed on receipt of price. Address,
"Little Blue Book," Milton, Pa.
Tickets on Sale Saturday.
Reserved seat tickets for the Parker
Concert Co., fifth entertainment in the
publlo school course, will be on sale at
Stoke's drug store next Saturday morn
ing, February 10th, at eight o'clock.
A good house and lot for aale on
Grant street. Inquire at The Star
Our specialty Just now Is school shoes,
prices away down at Robinson's.
About fifty cents go as far at Milllrens
as a dollar doe elsewhere.
Shoos for all at Williams.'
The comfort of your feet depends upon
your purchase of footwear. Try Pnlt-
Jt.esi at ttoDlnson s,
People who don't cure to waste tholr
money usually tnude at Milllrens.
all kind at Williams'
Glimpses of the People who are Passing
to and Fro.
Robert H. Wilson was In Clurlon this
Hon.S. It. Elliott was In Philadelphia
the past weok.
Frank Uplinger is visiting relatives
In Forest county.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Johnston spent
Sunday In Brookvllle.
Hon. W. O. Smith, of Punxsutawney,
was in town Thursday.
Mr. James Marsh, of Brookvllle, vis
ited In town Saturduy.
Misses Caroline and Nell Robinson
were in DuBois Monday.
Robert S. Bchofleld, of Brookvllle,
visited In town Friday.
Miss Olevia Murray is visiting her
mother in Gaskill township.
County Superintendent Teltrlck was
In town a short time yesterday.
George Hughes and John O'Hare
spent Monday at the county seat.
Miss Bell Robinson went to Pittsburg
yesterday to remain sevoral days.
Mrs. C. C. Ben!oter, of Brookvllle,
Is visiting friends In town to-day.
Prof. G. W. Lenkerd and George H.
Mundorff were In Clarion Saturday.
D. L. Daily, of Mt. Jewett, formerly
of this place, spent Sunday In town.
Mils Jennie McDonald, of Big Run,
visited In Roynoldsvllle the past week.
Miss Fan Shannon, of Brookvllle, vis
ited Mrs. E. C. Burns in this place last
.lohn St. Clair, of Punxsutawney, was
In town Monday and Tuesday of this
T. S. Arnold, of Clarion, spent Mon
day night with Frank P. Alexander In
Miss Bertha Sanders, of Warren, is
the guest of Mrs. A. P. Utter at the
Miss Marguerite Dally, of Penfleld,
visited her sister, Mrs. G. M. McDon
ald, the past week.
Mrs. John Freeman, of Grampian, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. B. Weed, Iti
Mrs. S. K. Beer, of Clarion county,
visited Mrs. R. D. Bter in West Reyn
oldsvllle the past week.
Silas M. Clark, who was very ill at
Big Soldier, was ablo to come to his
home in this place Monday.
MissTerzIo Postlethwalt, of Brook
vllle, was a visitor at W. A. Thompson's
several days the past week.
Senator James G. Mitchell, of Hamil
ton, and E. B. Henderson, of Brookvllle,
spent Monday night in this place.
Mrs. W. S. Rukestraw, of Falls Creek,
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. N.
T. Rhodes, In West Reynoldsvllle.
Rev. C. L. Brudshaw, pastor of the
Brockwayvlllo Presbyterian church,
was in town several hours Saturday.
E. A. Ferrln, president Star Glass
Co., and August Boulangcr, general
manager, were in Bradford last week.
Irven F. Dompsay, ticket agent for
A. V. R'y at Oak Ridge, spent Sunday
with his parents in West Roynoldsvllle.
Ab. Murray, of Beckman, Md., who
has been visiting here several weeks,
returned to Beckman the first of this
MIbs Mollio McDowell, of New Beth
lehem, a former teacher In our publlo
schools, visited Mry. U. G. Sheafnocker
W. W. Willlard, of Rldgway, who as
sisted on survey for street car line in
this place, has decided to remain in
Miss Hope Hull was In DuBois Thurs
day evening attending a party given
by Miss Zula Wilson. Miss Hall helped
receive the guests.
C. F. Heath, of Oak Ridge, and V. C.
Weaver, of Clarion, were guests of their
brother-in-law, Will Martin, at Hotel
McConnell Monday night.
Dr. L. S. Hyatt and wife, of Connells.
vllle, spent four or five days of the past
week with the former's sister, Mrs. Dr.
S. Reynolds, In this place.
Mrs. L. A. Jackson and daughter,
Miss Edith, of Allegheny City, are vis
iting Mrs. H. Alex. Stoke, daughter of
Mrs. Jackson, In this place.
Mrs. Philip Koehler, who waa called
to Monroe Co., Pa., about four weeks
ago to attend the funeral of her mother,
returned to her home In West Roynolds
vllle Monday evening.
Samuel Hunter, of Knox township,
one of the gentlemon who recently pur
chased the large timber tract in Knox
township from the holrsof Isaiah Johns,
was the guest of J. O. Johns in this
place a day last week.
Miss Laura MoEwen, of Sharon, Pa.,
Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. C. Burns,
In this place. This Is Miss MoEwen's
first visit to Reynoldsvllle and she is
favorably impressed with the town.
Miss McEwen evidently knows a good
thing when she sees it.
T. H. Loomls, of Brooklyn, N. Y
the engineer who made the survey for
the trolley line In Roynoldsvllle and
suburbs, went to his homo latter part of
last week. Mr. Loomls expects to re
turn to this place In the near future to
survey for the extension of the
trolley line to several other placet
besides Rathmel, Big Soldier, Sykes
ville and Eleanora.