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Has modem schools and churches, pared
streets, water, gas and. electric accommoda
tions, convenient trolley sorvlce, Utah and
healthful locution, varied employment for
labor and many other residential advantages,
Oilers exceptional advantages for the loca
tion of new Industries I Free factory sites,
cheap and abundant fuel, direct shipping
facilities and low freight rates and plontlful
supply of laborers.
REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN' A.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1909.
KNOXD ALE MAN
WITH BRUTAL MURDER
Wm. Jones Arrested at Elea-
nbra and Taken to the '
Brookville Jail. ' '
HIS WIFE THE ALLEGED VICTIM
Information Made Against the
Man by His Daughter, Mrs.
B. M.. Kunselman.
William Jonas, of near Knoxdale,
JeffersoD county, was arrested last
VVi"1 .day near the home of his sister,
Mrs. Carrie Stahlman, at Eleanora, on
charge of murdering his wife in Octo
ber, 1908. Elmer Minich, of Ringgold
township, made the arrest and took
Jones to Brjokvllle jail.
y B. M. Kunselman, of Porter
jtfnnhiiv rifl.iipht.Ar nf Wllllnm .Innaa
Juiauo vua iuivi lunvivu aaiUBH nci mbu
er, who claims to have been an eyewit
ness to the murder. The reason given
for so long silence is that Jones threat
ened to kill his daughter if she made
Information against him.
T '8 stated that for some time Mr.
Kunselman noticed that his wife was
addicted to spells of weeping, apparent
ly without cause, and he made inquiry
concerning the trouble, whbh he soon
found was of a mental nature, as his
wife appeared to be brooding over Borne
matter which bore heavily upon her.
At last Mr. Kunselman persuaded his
who 10 ten mm wqbi worriea ner ana
after getting her story he advised her
to make information against her father,
and before 'Squire Howard, of Ringgold'
I township, Mrs. Kunselman made the
V information, which charges that on the
-6th day of October, 1908, William Jones
I struok his wife in the pit of the Btom
I ach with his fist, while she was sick Id
I bed with typhoid fever, and that the
( blow caused her immediate death.
Jones had a hearing before 'Squire
Howard Saturday and was held for
court on the murder charge. The case
will be tried at the January term.
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus $175,000.00
Resources . $550,000.00
JOBB H. Zaughib, Vres. . J. O. Knco, Vlce-Pres. . K. O. BCHVCURS, Cashier
John H. Kaucher J. 0. King Daniel Nolan John H. Oorbett
Henry O. Delble - I J. 8. Hammond R.H.Wilson
Every Accommodation Consistent with Careful Banking
... i , : ... , , , . ... ,
i? If- TVrAXP?rs?ns afe waiting for a time to
" J.YJL come when it' will be easier to begin
i . ' "to save money than the present. This time
- will never come.: as each year in the future
,'. will bringpdcjitional demands and responsi
bilities,' tHeVe'fdre the time to begin saving
,. ' money is.right now, as only to-day is ours.
One dolJa?trita'ore will start yon with this
' . bank. ..'.' " .;''' ' ' .
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
BROOKVILLE TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY
Capital and Surplus . , $220,000.00
Assets . (Almost) $1,000,000.00
Besides doing a general banking business,
we can draw up your will, act as your
guardian, administrator, or executor, as
signee, trustee, aggnt and receiver.
RAISE STOCK OF THE C. A M.
$250,000 Additional Stock to be Sold by
B., R. & P. Railroad.,
Tbe Clearfield and Mahoning rail
road, which is leased to the Buffalo,
Rochester and Pittsburgh railroad, Is
to increase its capital stock from
$75,000 to 11,000.000, and stockhold
ers of the Buffalo, Rochester & Pitts
burgh will meet November 22 to vote
on guaranteeing dividends of 0 per
cent on the additional 4250,000 stock
to be Issued. The money raised by
the sale of the stock is to be used to
Improve the line that Is to be leased
to the Lake Shore & Michigan South
ern, one of the New York Cortral
roads, In the operation of through ser
vice over tbe Franklin ' & Clearfield
A trackage agreement has been
made with the Jamestown, Franklin
& Clearfield and the Lake Shore &
Michigan Southern, which leases tbe
Clearfield road, by which the Lake
Shore is granted trackage rights from
Falls Creek, Pa., to Clearfield, 31
miles, for which the Lake Shore is to
pay $42,000 a year and to maintain
the line. The agreement, which ex
tends over a period of 25 years, pro
vides for 2 per cent on the cost of
future improvements,' made by mutual
consent, to be paid in addition to the
Announcement Is also made that the
New York Central interests will use
the passenger and freight stations of
the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh
at Falls Creek and DuBois, Pa. For
the present only local service will be
Installed on the new Clearfield road.
When through service is established
it is expected that (mother agreement
will be made covering through rates
and methods of interchanging traffic.
Pittsburgh Post. '
Now Is the time to do your roofing.
Red Cedar shingles galore at the
Woodwork Supply Co. Btorage.
The American Boy's shoes, one pair
will wear a year. Price W.00 and $3.50.
Adam's Boot Shop.
Little Local Interest In Yester
day's Contest Was Man-
MUNSON CARRIED THE TOWN
There wa9 very little Interest In the
election In tteynoldsvllle yesterday and
the vote was small, ' only 277 votes
polled In the borough. Tnere were 105
in precinct No. 1 and 172 iu precinct
There were 24 Socialist votes polled
In precinct No. 1. i
The Democrat candidate for Judge
of Supreme Court ran ahead of the
Republican candidate in th!s borough.
The vote in the boroueh was against
Wc were unable to get report from
the county bafore going to press.
Tbe Republicans carried the state,
but not by the usual large majority, Cl
WEDDED AND GONE.
Charming JWatsonville Qirl Started for
Mr. and Mrs, George White, itee
Bertha L. Dempsey, are away on their
long journey to Reynoldsville, Pennsyl
vania, where the young man is engaged
In business. They are bride and trroom
of a day, with prospects good for half
a century of Hie under the same or
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Dempsey, .of this city,
and besides being possessed of all the
attributes necessary for'.'-home" mak
ing is famed for the sweetness of her
nature. Mr. White, the young groom,
is to be complimented on tbe good judg
ment he displayed In crossing the conti
nent to secure so good a wife.
The young couple were married by
Rev. F. A. Keast of the Methodist
church and the ceremony was per
formed at the bride's home last even
ing in the presence of immediate rela
tives of the bride. Later the wedded
pair started for their Pennsylvania
home. The Evening Parjaronian
watsonville, Cal., Oct. 22, 1909.
An Open Door.
If you want to visit a man in bis
home to talk over a business proposi
tion with him, It will make some differ
ence in your reception whether you
walk in or sit down with him bv his in
vltatlon, or whether you sneak In by an
open cellar window and Intrude upon
him when he doesn't want to see vou
A few business men still cling to tbe
cellar window method, Bays the Phila
delphia Record. They try to get into
tbe homes through circulars and .Imi
tation newspapers surreptitiously slip
ped under tbe door, or through form
letters In plain envelopes, designed to
resemb'e personal letters thrust In by
The better way is to enter the homes
through a reliable and readable news
paper.. , A favorable welcome to a bus
iness proposal does away with half the
work of selling. The Star's standing
as a family newspaper Is such as to In
sure for the advertisers -in its columns
the benefits of tbe "open door" and an
Teachers May Lose Pay; '
Dr. Sohaefter, State Superintendent
of Publlo Instruction,' In answer to an
Inquiry, has advised the superintendent
of Montgomery county, that he finds no
authority in the law for the payment of
12 a day to teachers who go visiting
schools during Institute week, and if
auditors should object to such payment
directors would be personally responsi
ble for the amount thug paid without
due order of law. Heretofore it has
been held that visiting sohools was
equivalent to attending the institute.
Smashes All Records.
As an all-round laxative tonic and
health-builder no other pills can com
pare with Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They tone and regulate stomach, liver
and kidneys, purify the blood, strength
en the nerves; ure oonstipation, dys
pepsia, biliousness, jaundice, headache,
chills and malaria. Try them. 25o at
H. L. McEntlre's.
Men's-ease shoes, the uppers will last
as long as 5 pair of soles, Price $3.0o,
M.00, 15.00. Adam's.
Bo.1 high, cut shoes, strong and
durable? -Irlce 12.60 and 13.00.
Fascinators, , shawls and ... scarfs, at I
Blng-Stoke Co.'s. . "..
Ask For Better
V Trolley Service
Citizens of Sykesville Want
More For. Their Money ..
Than they Get.
No Issue of Importance to the com'
munlty contiguous to Sykesville In re'
cent years has awakened such universal
comment and commendation as the
Post-Dispatch's demand for a trolley
service commensurate with the trafllo
and rates of fare charged.
Since our last Issue we have been
asked by dozens to keep up the agita
tion for better service and the subject
has been one of general discussion.
It Is Bn undenlaole fact that the
people along the trolley lines want bet-
tr service, deserve It and are going to
get It before long If possible. In this
case the people are asking nothing un
reasonable of the companies but are
simply asking a service In keeping with
the high rate of fare charged and with
the companies' franchises as purveyors
of transportation suitable and conven
lent to the demands of tbe publlo.
We do not know of a trolley company
anywhere which charges more for fares
for tbe distance covered than the local
companies, nor of any Which give such
limited service. Besides this tbe local
lines are very largely patronized and
are unquestionable large money makers.
Therefore there seems to be no reason
whatever for denying the people's de
mands for a service which will meet
their desires'and needs.
And this demand should not be con
fined to those living out along tbe lines,
but the people of DuBois and Reynolds'
vllle,, especially the business people and
newspapers, should join in Insisting
that the proper transportation facilities
be afforded tbe many from the outlying
districts who trade and visit in those
With proper co-operation all along
tbe line we think that the desired and
needed change can be effected. Sykes-
The Helpless Girl.
Tbe poorest girls In the world are
those not taught to work. There are
thousands of them. Parents have
petted them, and tbey have been
taught to despise labor and depend
upon others for a living, and are
perfectly helpless. The most forlorn
women belong to this class. It is the
duty of parents to protect their daugh
ten from this deplorable oondltion.
Tbey do them a great wrong if they
neglect to do It. Every daughter
should be taught to earn her own
living. The rich as well as the poor
require this training. The wheel of
fortune rolls swiftly around; the rich
are likely to become poor, and the poor
rich. 3kill ; added to labor Is no
disadvantage to the rich, and Is in
dispensable to the poor. Well-to-do
parents must educate their daughters
to work. No reform is more impera
tive than this. ''
Cigarettes By Qift of Otherwise. 1
If the cigarette law of 1905 wait en
forced there would not be so many boys
and young men under age .seen, on the
Streets Of Revnoldsvilla amnlrlnir nlimn.
ettes. Why not enforce It? A person
who gives a cigarette or cigarette paper
to a person under twenty-one years is
breaking the law and is liable for a
heavy fine.' Here Is the law:'
-"Be it enacted, &o., that if any per
son or persons shall furnish cigarettes
or cigarette paper, by gift, tak or otlier-
wise, to any person or persons under
the age of twenty-one years, he or she.
so offending, shall be guilty of a mis
demernor, and,, upon conviction there
of, shall be sentenced to pay a fine of
not more than three hundred dollars.
and not less than one hundred dollars."
The law is certainly strict enough if
it Is put in operation.
Won't Slight a Good Friend.
"If ever I need a cough medicine
again I know what to get," declares
Mrs. A. L. Alley, of Beals. Me., "for.
after usitg ten bottles of Dr. Kind's
New Discovery, and seeing its excellent
results in my own family .and others,
I am convinced it is the best medicine
for coughs, colds and lung trouble."
Every one who tries It feels just that
way. Relief is felt at once and its
quick cure surprises you. For bron
chitis, asthma, hemorrhage, oroun. la-
grippe, sore throat, pain in chest or
lungs its ' supreme. , 50o . and 11.00.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by H.
Ladies' kid gloves at Bing-Stoke Co.'s.
New neckwear for. ladies at Bing-
The Gullible Public. ,
The average man -or woman has , a
wonderful appetite for the marvelous
when it comes to believing Impossible
things concerning the ability of physi
cians to cure disease. The best physi
cians and the greatest'-specialists', be
cause they do not resort to the methods
of the charlatan and make extravagant
assertions concerning their knowledge
and skill, and are honest with their
patients, are passed by unheeded by the
hordes who flock to see the humbugs
and pretenders. A physician who could
really cure one of the many diseases
that tbe quack pretends to cure, might
locate in a cavern on a lonely mountain
and have all the business he could at
tend to. People would flock to him
from far and near. He would not be
obliged to travel about In search of
patients. As a rule the itinerant phy
sician has a smooth way of imposing
Upon the credulity of the people. He
tells them their "symptoms", with a
gllbness of tongue, that fills them with
admiration and awe. He is a skilled
"hot air" artist, but beyond that his
knowledge of physics is extremely lim
ited. Occasionally these Cagllostros of the
medical profession have the luck to
give medicine to a person who only Im
agines he is sick, or who is on tbe verge
of recovery through former treatment,
and be gets a reputation on that. It
would be easy to secure a bushel ol tes
timonials (from people who actually be
lieve themselves to have been greatly
benefitted), testifying to toe wonderful
medicinal virtues of bread pills!
Your home physician is a graduate of
a first-class medical college and has had
experience In one of the great hospitals
of the country. He reads all the new
treatises on the various diseases and
keeps up with medical discoveries of
the time by a careful perusal of the
medical journals. But because he does
not proclaim himself from the house
tops as a greit physician, you pin your
faith on the well advertised patent
medicine, or pass by his door on your
way to visit the traveling quack.
' Man Is a queer animal. Punxsutaw
Bradley mufflers for men, women and
children at Bing-Stoke Co.'s.
A lot of children's, misses' and
women's shoes at 98 cents. Adam's.
Ladles' and children's fancy wool
gloves at Blng-Stoke Co.'s.
Subscribe for Tkz Star. Only one
dollar a year.
to Be wen Dressed nil tne Time
You need not have many clothes nor necessarily expensive
But you must have the right kind the kind that will
wear without losing shape and
Clothcraft All-Wool Clothea are that kind.
The guaranteed all-wool material and scientific tailor
ing make them bo. , ,
They are sold at $10 to $25
wool clothes you can find anywhere at these prices.
REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. . .
In New Building
Now Occupies One Of The
Finest Equipped Buildings
In the County.
W. Harry Moore, groceryman, whose
store stock and building were destroyed
by fire on the night or December 5th,
l09,vand who erected a brick building
on the old site, moved Into the new
building the latter part of laBt week'
and bad an opening Saturday afternoon
and evening.. A large number of people
visited the store during the opening.
An orchentra furnished music, Alex
Rlston had charge-of r , lunch counter ,
and a coffee demonstrator served steam
ing hot coffee. '
Mr. Moore's new store room Is 25 x 87
feet, hardwood floor, solid oak, dark
finish, fixtures, patent bin system for '
fruits, vegetables, &c, three floor show
cases for cigars, confectionery and var
iety case, patent refrigerator with mir
ror. There are two other mirrors in
other parts of the store room. The
front light is prism, tile and plate glass:
the rear lights are sheet prism. The
sidewalk is American Three Way
.Prism glass, tbe first of tbe kind in
It is a question whether there is a
finer equipped grocery store in any
town outside of the large cities.
Breathe It In, that's all. It's a joyful
pastime, killing catarrh germs with
Hyomel and the pocket inhaler. Com-''
plcte outfit 81.00. Stoke & Felcht Drug
Co. guarantees It.
For wool or cotton .blankets see Bing
intLUNfatbT WAY miWil
-ave you a
copy of this
hit. Call and
kii hear it at
HASKINS MUSIC STORE
REYNOLDSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA. '
the only guaranteed all-
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