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REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1909.
Machines To Be Removed
From Fitzpatrick Glass Plant
BIQ RUN NEXT YEAR.
"Wildcat" Regiment Will Hold Reunion
I In Lieut. Blose's Home Town.
A few more than one hundred mem
bers of the 105th Regt. Pa. Vol. Inf.,
attended the reunion at Punxsutawney
last Thursday, and this was over
seventy-five per cent of the survivors
of this famous "Wildcat" regiment
The weather was not very ploasnnt for
the reunion and at the business meet
ing a motion was made to change the
, time of holding reunion from third
Thursday of October to the third
Thursday of September. After an ex
haustive debate on the proposed change
the oomrades concluded not to make
a change, but to leave the selection
of the date to the committee having
charge of the reunion next year,
with Instructions to set the time of the
reunion as near the 15th of October
The old veterans had Invitations from
Brookvllle, DuBoIs and Big Run and
free chicken dinners and rare social
distinctions were offered by each town
as an inducement to get the comrades
to accept the Invitation. Only one In
vitation could be accepted for 1910 and
when the vote was counted Big Run
received 40 votes, Brookvllle 13 and
DuBoIs 1, so the 105th reunion will
be held in Big Run next year on a date
selected by the committee.
Lieutenant William M. Blose, of
- Co. A, Big Run, was elected as vice
president, and James W. Wachob, of
Big Run, was elected as local secretary.
Up Before the Bar.
N. H. Brown, an 'attorney, of Pitts
field, Vt., writes: "We have used Dr.
King's New Life Pills for years and
find them such a good family medicine
we wouldn't be without them." For
chills, constipation, biliousness or sick
headache they work wonders, 25c. H.
Tests Said to Have. Been Un
satisfactory and Hand Labor
Will be Restored.
It Is quite lUoly that within the
next few days there will be a dual
closed whereby the Fllzpatrlck glasB
plant, an Industry that has boon Idle
for several years, will be ' placed In
shape for the resumption of glass
making within the next row weeks.
Negotiations between tho present
owners and interested parties have
been ponding for several days and It
Is thought that some definite steps
will be taken within the next few
When the Fitzpatrick plant passed
Into the hands of the present owners
It was determined to Qt them up with
glass blowing machines and several
months were taken In getting the
machines and installing them. These
maohlnes were given a trial, but did
not prove entirely successful. It was
decided to tear out the machines and
all of them have been dismantled and
the factory placed on a hand produc
The machines were sucoesBful in that
they would produce a good quality of
glass, but the owners did not feel cer
tain that they could be made to give
a production that would becomtmtrclaly
profitable, and for this reason they
were torn out. It might have proven
that in time the machines would have
been brought up to that point of ef
ficiency that would have proven profit
able, but it meant many months of
experimenting and the outlay of a large
sum of monoy. The ownora want to
see the factory running and so deoided
to place the factory on a hand basis.
The Fitzpatrick glass plant Is located
at Falls Creek.
Saturday, Oct. 30th
New Grocery Room
I have the finest equipped, most sanitary
room and fixtures and best selected line of
eatables in Jefferson County. Come and be
your own judge. Special prices for this
occasion. Don't miss giving us a call. j f
Afternoon and evening in the new building.
Saturday, October 30th
Wedding Anniversary in Beecbwoods.
About seventy-five of the neighbors
and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cald
well gathered at the home of the latter
In the Beecbwoods on Saturday, Oc
tober 10, to remind them of the second
great event in a person's life, which,
In this case, took place twenty years
previous to the above date. Although
Mr. Caldwell did not like to acknowl
edge It, the affair was a complete sur
prise to Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell.
Whllathe men gathered around Mr.
Caldwell, talking to blm about the
events and changes of the last twenty
years and sort of jollying blm bo as to
enable him to recover from the em
barrassment of the occasion, the good
ladies were busy preparing a sumptuous
fHBt at which all present "male good."
It 1b rumored that Andy Ross and
Mrs. E. Sterrett were not able to attend
church the following day, which was
no surpriso to those who ate at the
sumo table as the above named.
The afternoon was spent in a social
manner. The young people enjoyed
themselves roaming the fields and
woods ir search of beech and chestnuts
while the older people were entertained
in an Informal way until the wee hours
of the afternoon, when all gathered
in or about the bouse to see the many
and appreciable presents and listen to
a neat and suitable afternoon address by
Rev. F. M. Redlnger In which he gave
a brief review of the changes and ad
vancements made in olty and oountry
along Boclal, religious and commercial
lines, during the last twenty years.
All in all, it was one of the nice
social events of Beech woods. The
neighbors left at a late hour, feeling
that they bad a good time and wishing
Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell many more
years of happy wedded life.
Now Is the time to do your roofing.
Red Cedar shingles galore at the
Woodwork Supply Co. storage.
The American Boy's shoes, one pair
will wear a year. Price 13.00 and $3 50.
Adam's Boot Shop.
TRIPLE WEDDING MONDAY.
Pather, Daughter and Son Took Mates
Three Members United in Marriage
Within Half Hour Big
Wonderful are the workings of Dan
Cupid but rarely yea very rarely is
be successful In sinking his arrows
into the hearts of three members of
one family In such a manner as to cause
them to simultaneously wed three other
persons similarly struck by the careful
aim of the Love God. Yet such Is the
reoord ot the son of Mars and Venus
made in our midst last evenlrg In fact
during the courae of less than a half
The victims of the careful aim of
Little Dan and his trusty bow were
Frank Lane, who was united In mar
riage to Mrs. Elizaboth Coarns, and
his children, James, who married Miss
Blanche Bedell, and Miss Jane, who
married John Q. Tucker, of Rathmel.
The entire sextette, with the exception
of the latter gentleman, are residents
of this town.
At the conclusion of the ceremonies
in this most remarkable and extraor
dinary event or series of events, a mon
ster reception was held at the Lane
home on Rumbarger avenue Monday
evening which was attended by the
many friends and relatives of the half-
dozen matrimonially Inclined personB,
and at which was the unique occurrence
of a father congratulating two of his
children on their marriages and In turn
reoelving the congratulations of each
other and vice versa, while the three
pairs received the congratulations of
the entire company and a oallthumplan
band rendered music on the outside
DuHols Courier Oot. 26.
Attending Church Services.
There is no reason whatever why a
newspaper should not urge the people
of the community to a more frequent
and regular attendance upon the Sun
day church services. It is a publlo mat
ter, of interest to every intelligent in
dividual and, we believe, of vital im
portance to the public welfare. Just
try to imagine for a minute what our
community would be like to-day If no
churches bad ever been established
here. Would any parent want to raise
bis children in a community in which
there were no churches and no church
influences? Would people care to buy
property for homes in such a place?
What would be the level of our local
publlo opinion if it bad not oome under
the civilizing and refining lnfluenoe of
Undoubtedly the ohurcb has bad a
much wider Influence morally, educa
tionally and economically than any
other institution in the land. There
fore, If we would hiake more progress
along such lines, the church should be
supported more strongly than in the
past. By attending church a citizen is
making himself a better citizen, be is
making his town a better town, and he
Is doing something for the good of his
fellow man The ohurch Is ' the great
uplifting agency in the world, without
which the race would soon relapse into
barbarism, and press its way to perdi
tlon. Rldgway Advocate. ,
'County Not Liable for Cost
At the 1905 session of the state legls
lature a law was enacted providing that
when a prisoner shall be committed to
any county jail - or prison in this
Commonwealth, for the non-payment
of a fine or penalty imposed for the
violation of a city or borough ordinance,
or an ordinance of a. township of the
first-class, the expense of maintaining
such a commitment, shall be borne and
paid by the city or borough or township
of the first-class to which such fine was
payable; and the county in whioh suoh
city or borough or township of the
first-class is located shall not be liable
to the sheriff for suoh maintenance.
Foreigners Outnumber Americans.
The annual report of the Bureau of
Industrial Statistics of the State De
partment of Internal Affairs la Penn
sylvania shows that there are almost as
many foreigners as Americana em
ployed In the Industries of the state.
In the mining of coal in Pennsylvania
the foreigners outnumber the American
workmen at a ratio of more than two to
one. The foreign employes are great
est in the bituminous mines, there be
ing 95,294 of them and 42,353 Ameri
cans. The proportions are not much
less in the anthracite field, where there
are 89,166 foreigners and 45,827 Amer
icans. Subscribe for The Star. Only one
dollar a year.
Kill catarrh germs by breathing Hyo-
mel. Stoke & Fnioht Drug Co. guaran
tees it to cure catarrh, sore throat,
coughs and oolds. - Complete outfit
with inhaler 11.00. Very pleasant to
Soldier Youth Victim of
Hunting Accident Friday
Clifford Marshall Had Right
Arm Blown Off By While
Hunting With a Gun,
Clifford Marshall, aged twelve years,
son of Earl J. Marshall, of Soldier, and
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Mar
shall, of ReynoldsviHe, was out bunt
ing last Friday evening with two other
boys of Soldier, when his gun was
accidentally discharged and the load
of shot struck bis loft arm above the
elbow and almost tore his left arm oft,
Tr.e arm was so badly torn that the
dootors bad to amputate It within 2J
lnohes of the shoulder joint.
The other boys were not near Clif
ford when the distressing accident
occurred. He evidently was culling
the gun towards himself when It was
discharged. This Is another warning
against boys going hunting, and a
caution for men to be careful.
8wept Over Niagara.
This terrible calamity often happens
because a careless boatman Ignores the
river's warnings growing ripples and
faster current. Nature's warnings are
kind. That dull pain or ache in the
back warns you the kidneys need at
tention If you would escape fatal mala
dies dropBy, diabetes or Brlght's di
sease. Take Electrlo Bitters at once
and see backache fly and all your best
feelings return. "After long suffering
from weak kidneys and lame backbone
$1.00 bottle wholly cured me." writes
J. R. Blankensblp,, of Belk, Tenn.
Only 50o at H. L. McEntlre.
Music in High School.
An orchestra and two glee clubs,
one for girls and one for boys, have
been added to the bchool life at
the Klttannlng high school. These
organizations add considerably to the
pleasure of school life and are fully
appreciated by the students. Klttan
nlng Times. ' w
Men's-ease shoes, the uppers will last
as long as 5 pair of soles. Price M.Oft
4.00, 15.00. Adam's.
The Acid Test for Wool
Wool, like gold, has an acid test. .
A piece of cloth boiled in caustic potash will completely dis
solve if if s pure wool. -
Every piece of cloth coming from the mills must be able to
withstand this test successfully before it can be used for Cloth.-craft.
This is what makes it safe to
ment pure all-wool.
, This is why you can depend on
Clothcraft from $10.00 to $25.00.
At Bing-Stoke Co.'s
, REYNOLDSVILLE, PA.
The official ballot for the November
election will be a big sheet. It will
measure about 20 by 20 inches- and con
tain space for the state and county
tickets of the Republican, Democratic,
Prohibition and Socialist parties. The
ballot also will contain space for ten
constitutional amendments. The amend
ments are all different and must he
voted on separately, as must the sched
ule. This will require eleven marks to
vote on the amendments alone.
53It will require more time to prepare
a ballot for voting next Tuesday than
it ever has before.
Boys' high cut shoes, strong and
durable. Price $2.50 and $3.00.
A lot of children's, misses' and
women's shoes at 98 oents. Adam's.
-Jave you a
copy of this
hit. Call and
hear It at
HASKINS MUSIC STORE
will make more friends for
a man than any other shoe
ever fitted to a foot. See
them at Bing-Stoke Co.'s.'
guarantee every Clothcraft gary
getting all-wool when you bctT