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KKYNOLlKMLLE, PIONX'A., WKDXKSDAY, 1'EIiUUARY 11, WOO.
The Cheapest Place
to Buy Glottilnrj Is at
N. HAN AITS.
Call and be convinced how cheap you can buy
Men's and Boys' Suits and
Men's Suits, worsted, 4.75 to 810.00; Men's Cheviot
Suits, $4. 50 to $10.00; Men's Kersey Overcoats for $5.00;
everybody else will ask you $'..()) for same; Men's Overcoats
$6.00, worth $10.00; Youths' Storm Overcoats $.'.50 to
$5.00, worth 6.00 to 9.00.
Men's and Boys' Underwear.
Men's fleece-lined 25 cts. apiece; the very best of
Men's fleece-lined at 45 cts. apiece. Boys' fleece-lined 25
cts., worth 40 cts.
Ladies' Tailor-made Suits, Skirts, Plush Capes, Col
larettes, Fur Capes, fcc, cheaper than they are now selling
at the factories.
I bought my goods before the advnnco In prices and you will got the
benefit of cheap buying.
Jefferson Supply Co,
O BIG STORES Reynoldsville,
O Rathmel and Rig Soldier.
Can fit you out in any line you may need, and at right
prices, too. We have bargains to offer you this
week in . -
'.' SHOES, RUBBERS,
UNDERWEAR, AND GENTS'
that we are closing out at right prices.
V)ur new goods are coming in rapidly now and our stores
were never so full of good things and genuine bar
gains. We are pleased
show you goods at any
Su there is anything you want
coining to ub.
THE NEW STORE.
INVKNTOUV will l.n n tlm
every frugal housewife will appreciate. All
odds, ends, remnants revealed by our in
ventory nre on Hale nt prices which are but
a small fraction of their value. Sacrificing
all winter goods at an average of not more
than half of present value in order to make
room for Spring Goods.
NOWI1KHK can you get more Value,
Style and Satisfaction for the money than
in oar Jacket Department when you buy
one of those
$10.50 Jackets for $7.
Every Lady's and Misses Jacket in the
house has been reduced to one-half or more
from our former low cash price. Never
were such superior garments sold for the
money. We want to get our goods in
your hands to judge their quality.
J. J. Sutter.
Rut tho best material)) and work-1
inanship enter into tho construc-4
tlon o tho
L.12, STOVES & RANCgSil A
Made with a view of milting tho
exact want of the house-keepers at'
a moderate cost.
Good Bakers Perfect Roasters.
Sold with That Understanding.
Reunoldsvllle Hardware Co.
to give you our prices and
you can hardly miss it by
The Jclferson Supply Co.
Cream cheese that is cream
cheese, melts in your mouth.
Robinson Si Mundorff sell it.
Great big, fat, fresh oys
ters at Robinson Si Mun
dorff's. Hot cakes for breakfast.
Try Aunt. Jemima's Pan Cake
Flour more healthful than
buckwheat. Robinson Sz
Mundorff have it.
Try our fresh roasted
coffee at 13c, worth 18c. It's
Robinson Sz Mundorff.
We are still selling a
straight 00c. English break
fast tea at 40i
Robinson Sz Mundorff.
Largest stock and lowest
prices all along the line at
Robinson Sz Mundorff 'h.
Buy a bottle Dr. Keyers'
Cough Cure, that cures your
cough, and get a cake of
dandruff soap for your hair
Robinson Sz Mundorff.
When You Want
That Picture Framed . . .
Bring it to ub and we
will frame it In the latest
style, with mat, glass and
everything complete to
suit you at the lowest
Constant on Hand . . .
A large stock of all the
different kinds of picture
frame, moulding, gold
leaf gilt, antique oak,
natural woods and the
black or dark stained
woods that are all the
rage now in picture
frames. You can pick
out what you want in
the style of frame and
mat, and we will do the
work. We have con
stantly on hand a large
stock ,of the standard
sizes of frames, which
we are offering at reduced
prices. Call and see our
assortment and get our
prices and we are sure of
doing your work.
Brumbaimh & Hillis,
VUUNITURE HE A LEUS
Hlrjli School Bulletin.
I4lt.r-ln-Chl.r LHU M.ltlng.f.
AliLttnt Hlt.r-19. MiMlrta.
L.til Editor - H..n.
Wo, who havii served In tho capacity
of editors for tho pant month, thank thu
contributor for their mipport, and will
ingly resign our position to our more
worthy successors, with good wishes
for their future success in tho journal
I'mmiiii't of ilidimht, moulder of chsrmfor,
To I him. tin' child's Binhltliin,
Tlu ri'IhmMImi.v'm .ley, thr ffrsfhiHte' prlrlre.
To time. tuiMr fif ymith'N ffpitlnyi
I ilo moHl humbly Ocelli-Hie these lines.
Mingled with a joyous anticipation of
that timo when I shall last cross tho
threshold of that phico I lovo next to
home, I tho Inspired thought, what
good has come of all these yearn of prep
aration? Remembering that quotation
from Cooper, "Advice Is not a gift, hut
a debt tho old owe to tho young," I will
not endeavor to ml vine, hut as exorl
enco la to those of all ages I can toll
Home of the good I have received In
these many years of study.
Experience tells me, commit not your
lessons for as you advance In school II To
this method cannot hut go asunder, as
tho amount you have to learn Is too
much for tho ordinary mind. The
school's object Is not to cram with facts,
but lnMII In you the quality of self
When a student learns that ho knows
nothing in comparison with what thero
is to know, then ho Is on tho road to
success. Those two things arc very es
sential to a good student, namely, con
centration of mind and desire to learn.
I know of no things more beneficial to
a student than to rend of tho putt, ob
serve In the present, and to do tneso In
lieu of uso In tho future.
Heading, Including history and biog
raphy, Is necessary for u person, as It
presents comparison by which wo may
see the mistakes of others ami profit by
their example. It Is not my plneo to
lay out a system. I leave that to tho
more learned. Hut I just repeat tho
old saying, "Head between tho lines."
That which Is most important is not
ing the pnsslng events, observing na
ture, her laws, causes and effects, and
gaining practical experience in every
day life. Latoly and now are transpiring
events which are of vital linportnnco
both to our grnnd republic and its
I know of nothing more convincing of
a divine power than to dolve Into tho
earth' secrets, and nothing of more
practical use than this knowledge.
That which leads a person most assur
edly to success Is practical experience
and forthought. Upon this primarily
may bo based our great financier's and
statesmen's success. That which led
them to victory may be our plan, and
through It ultimately you, by your own
earnest endeavor, can be of good to your
country and an honor to your name.
Prof. In this prism does tho lust sur
face refract the light so that the ray Is
parallel, or does it bend it so that It
diverges more from Its original course ?
Sr. I think it dot's.
Tho pupils of the upper gradi.it were
favored with a short talk by Rev. Stev
enson, of Allegheny, on Wednesday.
Tho Juniors held a class meeting last
Tuesday, the object of which is not
known; but it must have been some
thing important, as tho countenances of
tho members told of a stormy conlllct.
Wanted winter for February.
You can always tell when tho hoys
aro on tho literary program. Thoy in
variably celebrate w ith a clean collar.
Rov. Reno entertained tho pupils
Friday morning, giving the biography
Poodleism has become tho rago in tho
Lost A step between tho class room
and room 14. Finder will he rewarded
by returning tho samo to Harriet to
Class Day or No t'lus Day that Is
Lydlu is thinking of taking a trip to
tho niOMii to sue where she will laud on
her return trip. Floss would aeeom
pany her if she thought sho woidd
arrive at Lowish'.irg on her return.
The following persons visited tho
Khakuepo'ii'cun Literary Society last
Friday: Miss Edith Jackson, of ' Pitts
burg, Harold K. Arnold end Misses
Caroline and Noll Robinson.
Wo aro sorry to lose Olga Nethersole,
but wo Iiojju tlutl Fredilio will make her
future lifo as pleasant as her past has
Working Night and Day.
Tho busiest nnlmlghtlcst thing that
evor was mado Is Dr. Kind's Now Life
Pills.' These pills change weakness In
to strength, llstlessness Into energy,
brain fng Into mental power. Thoy'ro
wonderful in building up tho health.
Only 2."u pur box. Sold by II. Alox.
Soft Coal Market,
('mil Trttilr .f iiiittml.1
There Is plenty of demand reported In
soft, coal circles and the outlook Is for
a continuance thereof, and now there
has been a settlement of the wages basis,
tho operators can go abend and mako
up plans for the coming season, which
really looks to be one of the most active
that has been experienced In many
years. The demand for coal has recent
ly been so heavy that, companies have
been unahlo to meet It, and In conse
quence prices havo advanced materially.
Tho price of soft coal has risen fully 50
s r cent in thu last year, and with the
advanced costof mining and tho increase
in transportation, it Is likely to stay nt
tho Increased figure.
Happily thu wage scale In the soft
coal districts of the union, which are
competitive, have been adjusted on a
basis which Is eminently fair to both
sides the working miner and tho own
er or operator of the mines. The men
are to get an advanco In the basis scale
of 14 cents a ton for the year from April
1 last. There aro some minor points to
bo settled such as tho mine run basis
compared with screened coal, but all
this will 1st satisfactorily adjusted.
In Pennsylvania there Is no let up In
thu demond for sft coal and tho rail
roads handling this coal have all their
resources taxed to furnish cars enough
and motive power sufficient to haul it
to marke), Tho high prices continue,
and tin re is no prospect of any decreaso
In price until after thu first of April, as
while with the coming of warmer weath
er the consumption may slightly do
orcase, all consumers will urgo forward
all thu coal they c:in, in order to pro
vide ahead of the Increase in freight
on this coal which goes Into effect at
The Gibson saw mill has again started
with a full crew i,f men.
Thomas Cat hers visited friends In
Reynoldsville lust Sunday.
Miss F(Ta Sykes, of Sykesvllle, Is vis
iting her aunt. Mrs. Noah Strouso.
Miss Kdna Holman, of Sykesvllle, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. K. Strouse.
At this writing Scott Syphrit Is on
thu sick list but is not dangerously 111.
Some of the boys attended the pie
social at Wishaw last Saturday evening.
A largo crowd is exacted at tho
farmers' institute to-day and to-morrow.
Misses Tretsa Syphrit and Ruth
fathers sent last Sunday with friends
The taking out of tho coal Is doing a
great deal of damage to William
Amos Strouso and family visited the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Strouso, last Sunday.
Scott Syphrit and A. L. Sheesloy at
tended literary society at thu Zufall
school last Friday evening.
W. A. Sheesloy and daughter. Miss
Maud, visited tho former' parents, at
Now Washington, Clearfield county, a
few days last week.
William MeCullop, of Horatio, visited
friends hero last Thursday.
Miss Grace Keal, of Liberty, Pa., vis
ited relatives here last week.
Tho schools observed Lincoln's birth
day by way of having nx-itatlons and
S. E. lirison was called to Templeton
last week on account of tho death of his
ntothcr. Had Mrs. Brison lived till
next month, she would have been nine-ty-fivo
Washington Camp, No. (102, P. O. S.
of A., with G. A. R. and S. of V at
tended church in a body last Sunday in
honor of Lincoln's birthday. Rov. Chis
holm, of Falls Croek, preached the
The entertainment to bo given in the
P. O.' S. of A. hall on Washington's
birthday will consist of singing, recita
tions, orations, lino side talks and an
address by a good speaker. Admission
will bo ID and 15 cents. Ice cream and
cako will lo served, also hot coMVe and
A Great Prize OfTer.
Wo havo a great prize offer to mako
tho farmers of Jefferson county! Bya
special arrangement with tho publishers
of tho Farm Journal, a most excellent
farm paper that posts lit) cents a year,
wo aro able to offer one year's subscrip
tion to The Stak and FIVE years' sub
scription to tho t'n rm Jiu nitl tho two
worth :i..ri0 all for tho small sum of
1.2o. Of course this only applies to
udvunoo paying subscribers. We can
furnish a few papers at this rate, and If
you want them on these terms, you
must act quickly! Sumplo copies of
tho Furm Jourmtl will bo sent free ou
C. A. Stephenson,
A Reply to Comrade Oray.
Mr. Editor: I have read Comrade
Gray's card in tho county papers am
nolo that he base his claims to the
consideration of the Republican voter
as a candidate for Delegate to thu State
Convention on the fact that he has al
ways supported the Republican candi
date for Governor and President, and
that he carried a musket four year dur
ing tho War of the Rebellion. Ho very
carefully refrains from saying that ha
supported the rest of tho very numerou
nominee ol tho Republican party, who
are a much entitled to Republican
vote, and of a much Importance In
keeping of party organization tho
candidate for Governor and President.
There are three candidate for the
same office, namely, O. II. Hrondhcad.
S. T. North and A. R. Chnpln, who,
although too young to have carrlnd a
musket, havo not only voted for Repub
lican candidates for President and Gov
ernor, but have also the additional
merit of having supported the rest of
tho ticket, and believe that majority
rule should at all times prevail.
Comrade Gray's fling about using tho
organization for selfish purposes would
not have been mado prior to tho de
mand of the O. A. R. and W. R. C. that
tho titlo of tho Drookvlllo Memorial
Home be transferred from tho trosU-es
to the Woman' Relief Corps before,
another appropriation be mndo by
the State, Mr. Gray being one of tho
trustees. Neither would it havo been
made If Stato Treasurer Jackson had
complied with his request for a deposit
of State funds In the National bunk of
which ho Is a director. Henco it will
be seen that Comrade Gray bus a griev
ance that effects his loyalty to the Re
publican party. J. G. Mitchell,
Late of Co. A, With I'. V. I.
Hamilton, Pa., Feb. 12, 1!K0.
Low-Rate Excursion to Washington.
On Wednesday, February 21st, the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company Co. will
run special excursion from points on
tho Philadelphia U Erie Railroad, Erlo
to Lock Haven, inclusive, to Washing
ton, for the benefit of all who may want
to visit the National Capitol. Round- '
trip tickets, good going on all regular
trains on day of Issue, and good return
ing on any regular train within ten days,
excluslvo of going date, will be sold at
rate of $10.00 from Erie, St. Marys, and
intermediate points; 18.05 from Driftr
wood; 18.15 from Renovo; $7.30 from
Lock Haven; and proportionate rates
from other points.
A through sleeping car will bo run
from Erie to Washington on train leav
ing Erie at 4.30 p. m.
Holder of special excursion tickets
to Washington can purchase, at the
Pennsylvania Railroad ticket offices at
Washington, excursion tickets to Rich
mond at rate of $4.00 and to Old Point
Comfort (all rail) at $t).(i0; from the
pursers of the Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat Company excursion ticket
(not including meals and staterooms on
steamers) to Old Point Comfort or Nor
folk, Va., at $.1.50, and to Virginia
Beach, Princess Anne Hotel, at $4.50;
and at tho offices of the Washington,
Alexandria and Mt. Vernon Electric
Railway Company, excursion tickets to
Mt. Vernon and return at rate of M
For full Information ' consult small
handbills, apply to ticket agents, or E.
S. Harrar, Division Ticket Agent, Wil
Two Weeks Tour to Florida.
Tho second Pennsylvania R. R. tour
of tho season to Jacksonville, allowing
two weeks In Florida, will leave Nuw
York and Philadelphia February 2th.
Excursion tickets, including railway
transportation, Pullman accommoda
tions (one berth), and meals l-u routo
in both directions while traveling on
the special truln, will be sold at tho
following rates: New York, $.10.00;
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Raltlmoi-a
and Washington, $48.00; Pittsburg,
$5:1.00, and at proportionate rates front
For tickets, itineraries nnd other infor
mation apply to ticket agents; Thus. E.
Watt, Passenger Agent Western Dis
trict, Pittsburg, Pu., or to Geo. W.
Royd, Ass't General Passenger Agent.
Hroud Street Station. Philadelphia.
Stood Death OiT.
E. R. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta,
Tex., once fooled u grave-digger. IU
says. "My brother wits very low with
malarial fever and jaundice. I per
suaded him to to try Electric Hitters,
and ho was soon much better, but con
tinued their uso until he was wholly
cured. I am sure Electric Hitters
saved his life." This remedy expels
malaria, kills disease germs and pur
ities tho blood: aids digestion, regulates
liver, kidneys and bowels, cuivs cen
atlpatlon, dyspepsia, nervmii dWusiw, .
kidney trouble- female complaints:
gives perfect hfluth. Only 50o at II. N.
Alex. Stoke' drug store.