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Has modern schools and churches, paved
streets, water, gas and electric accommoda
tions, convenlont trolley service, hlKh and
healthful location, varied employment for
labor and many other roxldonllal advantages.
Offers exceptional advantages for it lie loca
tion of now Industries iFree factory sites,
cheap and abundant fuel, direct shipping
facilities and low freight rates and plentiful
supply of laborers.
REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 4, 1909.
Shick & Wagner
-THE BIG STORE-
Is Still On
We have some splendid
bargains to offer you in
order to clean up all sum
mer goods and any odds
and ends that we may have.
Take advantage of this
opportunity. It is not often'
at you have an oppor-
nity to save 33 1-3 cents
50 cents on every SI. 00
Cor. Main and Fifth Sts.,
Reynoldsville - - Pa.
The Peoples National Bank
(OLDE9T BANK IN THE OOONTY)
Capital and Surplus
Foreign Exchange Sold.
Interest paid semi-annually
on Savings Accounts, hav
ing liberal deposit and with
Liberal treatment and ev-
ry courtesy extended con
sistent with sound banking.
m 1 iLIill
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, J909,
Excursion Tickets Rood to return on regular trains until August 11,
inclusive, will be sold at the following low rates:
2.18 p. m.
East Liberty. . . 9.11 a. m. 1.20 p, m. 11.11 p. m.
New Kensington. t. 00
Klsklmln. Jc 9.61 "
Ford City WM '
Kittanning 10.15 "
Bed Bank 10.47 "
East Brady 10.A7 "
Parker 11.21 a. m.
Foxburg 11.28 "
Emlenton 11.36 "
New Bethlehem tP.88 "
Summervllle JS.OB "
grookrllle 18.S1 "
eynoidsTlUe.... 18.23 "
Falls Ofeek J8.I0 n
DuBols .... J7.02 "
"f Stops on signal or notice to Agent.
Passengers change at HMsklmiiietas Junction.
t Passengers change at Rlttannlng.
t Passengers change at Bed Bank.
H2.07 a. m.
f 1.21 a. m.
f 1.28 a. m.
J. B. WOOD.
Passenger Traffic Mgr.
CEO. W. BOTD.
Gen. Passenger Agent.
Originated in Basement Of W.
V. Britton's Grocery At
About 2.10 Sunday morning Police
man John Spears saw smoke rolling out
over the transom of W. Vernon Brit
ton's grocery store and !be crave the
Ore alarm and the fire company quickly
responded. The Are was in the cellar
and the store room was full of smoke.
therefore, the firemen bad considerable
trouble In (retting at the fire, but thev
succeeded in extinguishing the fire be
fore it had done a great amount of dam
age to the building. The smoke and
water, however, almost destroyed Mr
Britton's $3,000 stock of groceries, flour,
feed, &c. An invoice of stock is being
made and when that is completed Mr
Britton's loss can be intelligently esti
mated. He carried 12.200 Insurance.
The Reynoldsville Hardware Co.,
occupying the room over Britton's
grocery store for a furniture depart
ment, had upholstered furniture. &o..
damaged to the extent of about 1200.00.
The Rea Bee & Honey Co.. which
keeps supplies in the rear of the gro
cery store, had some supplies damaged
The building Is owned by F. D. Smith
and A. T. McCIure and their loss
amounts to about (1,500.00.
The origin of the fire is a mystery.
It started in the cellar in about the
middle of the building. Two gas lights
burn in the cellar 'when the store Is
open, but they were turned out when
the store was closed Saturday night.
and the lights are not noar where the
fire evidently started.
Policeman Spears bad passed the
building not more than ten minutes be
fore he discovered the fire and there
was no sign of smoke then.
A party of young folks enjoyed a ride
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Jacobs In the vicinity of Big Run last
Thursday, where . they were delight
fully entertained by their daughter.
MIsb Rhoda, The evening was spent
playing various games until a late hour,
when an elegant lunch was served by
the hostess. The light rain did not
mar the pleasure of the evening.
and the return trip was made
about midnight, after the weather had
cleared. Those present from here
were, May and Mary Corbett. Agusta
Burgh, Sadie, Mary and Martha Has-
son, Josephine Gibson, Vera and Mar
garet Applegate, and Mr: Shelley
For Glass Plant
Stockholders Authorized The
Bonding of Plant to Give
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Star Glass Company last Thursday
afternoon It was decided to bond the
faotory for necessary funds to pay all
unsecured debts of the comoanv and
provide for working capital sufficient
to pay operating expense of the factory
for a period of sixty davs. The bond
holders to have the option of taking
cash payment at maturity of bonds or
stock In the company at 50 per cent
oi its par value.
We understand this plan is meeting
with approval and that about one-half
of the bonds have already been sub
Married in Kittanning.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Turnev
Henry, on Mulberry street, was the
scene of a pretty but quiet wedding
this afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, when
their daughter. Miss Berth Vlnnla.
became the bride of Mr. Walter El wood
The ceremony was performed bv
Rev. Jacob Booth, of Revnoldsville.
the venerable grandfather of the
Only the immediate friends of the
contracting parties were in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Booth are popular voung
people, and their many friends, The
JJatly Leader having the honor of being
among that number, extend their best
wishes for a long and blissful and pros
perous voyage upon the sea of matri
mony. Kittanning Daily Leader July
W. P. Woodrlng and family are camp
ing at Camp Flag Staff, a delightful
camping place on hill back of West
Reynoldsville. Mrs. Woodrlng ar-
ranged-for a moonlight basket plcnio
for last Wednesday evening to which
her neighbors were Invited. There
were eighty-eight persons present, in
cluding children. It was a very en
Died Sunday Eyemng.
John Marshall McDonald, Infant son
of Lawyer and Mrs. G. M. McDonald,
died at 6.30 p. m. Sunday, August 1,
1909. John Marshall was born April
18, il909, and was three months and
fourteen days old. Funeral service was
held at home of parents at 2.30 o. m.
yesterday, conducted by Rev. A. D.
McKay, and Interment was made in
The library of the Lock Haven Nor
mal school is well selected, accurately
catalogued In accordance with the
Dewey decimal system, and the books
are easily accessible. The library
rooms are said to be handsomer than
those of any other schnol Mbrary in
the state. The remarkxhle success of
the scnool's debating t iams in the
Inter-Normal debates I? due In a large
measure to the library. Write for the
school's handsome catalog.
Save your combings and have vour
hair work done by Miss Smith at 213
W. Long Ave., DuBois. Pa. Bell 'Dhone
30-RI Summerville 'phone 49.
Some men's $5.00 oxfords that are
wonders for thn nrlnn at 93 A Aon.
Tuition is free to all prospective
teachers oyer seventeen years of age
in attendance at the Clarion State
Normal school, Clarion, Pa. This
makes the 60 tire school expense for
forty-one weeks, including board, room
rent, light, heat and laundry, 1145.
The Clarion State Normal offers
superior educational advantages at a
very low cost. Write for catalog and
circulars. J. George Becht,
The reliable expert sewing machine
adjuster, is here again. He Is stopping
at Frank's Tavern and is prepared as
heretofore to repair all makes, no mat
ter how old or worn. He has new parts
and can make them as good as new at
little expense. Please 'phone or drop
Eastman films developed free
charge at Stoke & Felcht Drug Co
We have oxfords for all the family
at prices to please at Adam's.
Gibson, the optician, has visited bo
long and his work is so well known that
you will not mistake In Beelng him if
your eyes need care. See adv. and
A ladles' tan oxford suede top was
$3.50 now 12.98 at Adam's.
Eastman kodak films are perfect. To
Insure proper development. Stoke &
Felcht Drug Co., will render you this
service iree or cnarge.
Men's oxfords at special prices at
THE GOOD OLD
Coleman's Park, Goodville, Pa., Thursday, August 5, 1909.
Twelth Annual Reunion and Picnic of the Smtcksburg and
West Mahoning Buckwheat Club.;
Round 01.00 Trip
From Sykes. Train leavesE6.43Sla. m.; returning leares
Goodville at 5.00 p. m.
Butiafo, KocnessersFistsfiura Ku
Are now for sale in Reynoldsville.
These are goods you know and Reynolds
Reynolds' Green Corn Paint.
The quick, sure and easy ramRrlv fnr flnr-no and Rnninna t..q
a rf.w. wu . uw UUUIUUOt MUOU JJaiUV
on, no plaster or bandage required. You will get. better results from
this corn cure than vou have ever rRnntvi.il Wnro v-i u,,i uu
brush 15 cents.
Reynolds' Cold, Grippe 'and Hay Fever Remedy.
Put up in capsules, lact aulcklv and clva wnrwWfnl rMu. i .11
cases of Colds, LaGrlppe, Headache, Neuralgia, Hay Fever and Summer
uius. every dox guaranteed. Pr na 9R nonta
Reynolds' Compound Carbol-Tar Ointment.
Contains Carbollo Aold and Pure Plnn Tai alnnor urlfh nlha.
Ingredients. Used wherever a good ointment is needed. Especially
rouuuiiueauea ior rues, frice per box 25 cents.
Reynolds' Perfect Headache Powders.
A valuable remedy for Sick Headache. Nervnrn FTpnnnhn anil
ralgla. A remedy for Headaches that has stood the test for thirty years.
Price per package 10 cents.
Reynolds' Lily White Cold Cream.
The daintiest and most delightful Fane
used. Snowy white with the delloate odor of Lily of the Valley. We
will gladly give you a convincing sample. Price per jar 25 cents.
Reynolds' Wild Cherry and Tar Cough Syrup.
Recommended for Coughs. Co'ds.) Hoarsenpss and all affnnt.lnno r
the throat and lungs. Contains no Morpnine, Codeine or other prepara
tions of Opium, and is especially Safe fok Children. Prloe 25 cents.
Reynolds' Hair and Scalp Tonic.
This tonio is different from Bnvthlnir nf thn lrln1 inn ti.na
Cools and.lnvlgorates the scalp, stops Itching and will not stain or dye.
You will be delightfully surprised with the result that you deriye from
this preparation. Price 35 cents
. Reynolds' Neuralgic Liniment.
For External and Internal use. No matter where vnni Atria n Van
is located, use It and you will receive some good effect. Price per bottle
All of our preparations are guaranteed to An nil that u nioi. -
- r iu viui U-iuu 1UI
them and purchase price will be gladly refunded If .you are not satisfied.
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus $175,000.00 1
Resources . . $550,000.00
. Jobs H. Zaochkr, Pres.
John H. Rancher
Henry 0. Delble
J. 0. Kino, Vlue-Prei.
J.O. King Daniel Nolan
. J. 8. Hammond
K. C. Schcoksbs, Cashier
John H. Corbett
R. H. Wilson
Every Accommodation Consistent with Careful Banking
BIG REVOLUTION CERTAIN
CD Will without question revolutionize the' .nastl system of Dublin m'in.
E3ment and entertalnroentiat their Fourth Annual Grand Harvest Home
Picnic and Carnival
to be held at
on the P., 8. & C. B. B.
AUGUST 18, 19, 20 AND 21
THE FRENCH BROAD WI0K3 In Ithelr trlpleOnarachute'ileap
from the clouds the greatest performers In the world. I
VITUOOI'SlROYAL ITALIAN BAND, Trained animal shows,
Minstrel Shows Vaudeville Shows, Dancing, Band Concerts. Ferris
Wheels, Circle Waves. "
One company&olng to the park this year has, alone, 10 solid
cars, Including an animal exhibition of ten perfectly trained Lions,
six Bengal Tigers, Polar Bean, Leopards and others.
Franklin, Clarion, Bldgway and Brookvllle will furnish the base
Watch this paper and see handbills for further announcements.
Excursion rates and trains on the Railroads.