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Offers exceptional advantuxea fur the loca
tion of new Industries I Vtno factory altos,
chiMtp mitl abundant fuel, direct shipping
fitclllttus and low freight rates and plentiful
supply of laborers.
Mas modern, school and churches, payed
streets, wuter, rim and oloctrlu accommoda
tion, coiivnn'ent trolley sorvlco, li It'll and
liiiallliful loi'iillon, varied employment fur
labor and imtnyoOicrroHldniiUal advantngoa.
ltKYNOLOSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2(5, 1910.
Railroaders Suffered Severely
During Saturday's Blizzard.
OMR OF "RONEY'S BOYS"
Convicted of Murder
In Second Degree
" 3u W r -r
For February Election
Republicans and Democrats
" Are Lined,Up for Local
Great Difficulty in Getting the
D Trains Through All Over
Wo talk about thla being an old
fashioned wintor, but no other clasa of
men are more thoroughly convinced of
thla fact than the experience! railroad
men. The storm of Saturday gave the
Pennsylvania railroad the hardest
struggle It has had tor years to keep
passenger and freight trains moving,
especially on the River and Low Grade
Divisions. An army of nyn along these
lines shoveled snow all day Saturday
and Sunday, Besides all the freight
crews, passenger men were called into
the service of moving freight trains on
Sunday, and even then six or seven
freight crews from the P., V. & C. were
used on the River Division to relieve
the freight congestion in and around
Passengers snuggled down on a plush
covered, comfortable seat in a warm
coach on a cold, snappy winter day,
have not the slightest conception of
the hardships the railroad men are ex
periencing. School Notes.
Miss Butler'B school reports no tardy
pupils for last week. Room 15 made a
"" good record for punctuality, there being
only one delinquent. Room 14 had 2;
room 13 bad 0.
Miss McEntee was called home Satur
day by the death of her grandmother.
Dr. J. George Becht, of the Clarion
Normal school, will deliver an address
on Patrons' Day, February 18.
Wanted Five hundred purchasers of
tickets for the "Roney Boys" Thursday
Miss Sloau spent Sunday at her home
in Clarion. ,
Dr. Means was a school visitor Friday
Was of the unconquerable, never-say-
die kind, the kind that you need most
when you have a bad oold, cough or
lung disease. Suppose troches, cough
syrups, cod liver oil or doctors have all
failed, don't lose heart or hope. Take
Dr. King's New Discovery. Satisfac
tion la guaranteed when used for any
throat or lung trouble. It saves thou
sands of hopeless sufferers. It masters
stubborn colds, obstinate coughs, hem
orrhages, la grippe, croup, asthma, hay
fever and whooping cough and Is the
most safe and certain remedy for all
bronchial affections. 50c, tl.00. Trial
bottle free. For sale by H. L. MoKntire
worth 75o now 40o
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus
3. 0. Kino, Vlee-Prea. v
J. O. King Daniel Nolan
J. 8. Hammond
John H. Zadohkr, Pres.
John H. Kaucher
1 Henry O. Delble
Every Accommodation Consistent with Careful Banking
For Most People It Is Easier to Earn
Money than to Save It.
But yourjearninglability will not continue
indefinitely, and it is therefore important to
save while you can. Make it a rule to de
deposit in this strong bank regular install
ments of your wages. This will provide you
with an income when earning .'money is not
so easy and formergericies like sickness and
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Why Not Tell Truth.
On Monday evening a party of young
folks' from UuUnis visited Reynolds
vlllo wllh the Intention of attending a
dance and having a supper at midnight.
Thoy were ushered Into the parlor of
one of the hotels, whuro supper had
been ordered ami no tilled that the feast
would be a um that was regarded as
greatly unreasonable and the order for
the supper was cancelled. However,
the hotel management was not out of
pocket In the deal, the party being ul
timately ordered out of the. public
house Into the rain and charged for the
use of the parlors at the rale of $1 per
minute. It would be well for future
sleighing parties to take note of these
tlilugs and not be put to Buch Incon
veniences upon arriving In that town.
Du Hols Courier Jan. !).
The above statement la not correct
and Is not fair to the hotel referred to.
This party of young folks hud not or
dered supper at the hotel at any price.
They came to the hotel, got a room for
the young ladies, who took off their
wiaps while the sporty (?) young men
tried to arrange to have supper seryod
at midnight for fifty cents a plate, but
the proprietor would not agree to get
up a supper at that hour for less than 75
cents a plate. Would any DuBols hotel
serve a supper at that hour for regular
rate? Guess not. The young men
could not stand the extra 25 cents per
plate and tbey left the hoteb They
were charged 81 00 for the room, the
bedding and stand cover having been
soiled some by tbo wet wraps.
Anothor sleighing party from DuBois
had ordered supper at this hotel for
ten o'clock the same night and supper
was served to them at 75 cents per
plate. The truth looks 'different In
'The Man Across the Way."
Zelda Marston & Co., in the musical
comedy playlet, "The Man Across the
Way," at the Family Theatre Thursday,
Friday and Saturday evenings of this
week. Cast: Ulenspelgel, Miss Leah
Emlson; Otto Ulmo Kldd, M. H.
Luther; Rosabel Angelina, Zelda Mar
ston. Up-to-date music and songB all
the way through the performance.
Admission 10 cents.
Coats and Furs.
Gllle8ples have cut the price on all
coats and furs. That's all.
Special bargains In shoes this week
at Adam's. -
Ml-o-na, that's the name of the best
prescription ever written for Indlgost
ion or stomach distress. Guaranteed
by Stoke & Felcht Drug Co. 50o.
A lot of men's shoes good values for
$2.75 now $1.80. Adam's.
K. 0. 80HCCKKR8, Cashier
R. H. Wilson
V5. - - l"
Who will appear in Assembly
Hall To-morrow Night.
ALEXANDER DUNSMORE DEAD.
Superintendent of the Peale Coal Com
panies Dies at Age of 73 Years.
Alexander Dunsmore, general mana
ger for the Peale Coal companies, oper
ating mines In Clearfield, Jefferson and
Cambria counties, died about 2 o'clock
Monday morning at his home at St,
Benedict, Cameron county.
Mr. Dunsmore had been superintend
ing for the Peale organizations ever
Blnce they engaged In the mining bus
iness, which Is upwardsof twenty years.
Ha was e native of Scotland, coming to
this country when a mere lad, about the
time the Hebelllon broke out. He
bocame employed In coal mining In
Tioga county, this state, and learned
the practical side of the business In the
mines as a muscular producer. He Boon
became a mine manager and then gen
eral manager for the Interests that he
was with when he died, at about 73
years of age.
About two years ago Mr. Dunsmore
was severely Injured In an accident,
and after that time he was but rarely
able to visit the numerous operations
under his supervision, but the burden
was taken up for blm by bis son,
A. M. Dunsmore, who was one of his
superintendents, having charge of the
Bloomlngton mine, near Reynoldsvllle.
The young man, having had suoh ex
cellent opportunity for schooling in the
position, even though It came through
misfortune, Is the present manager in
fact. DuBols Courier.
Sunday School Convention.
The semi-annual convention of the
Washington Township Sabbath 8ohool
Association will be held in the Falls
Creek Presbyterian church on Friday,
February 18, 1910. Program as follows:
10:00 Dovotlonal Exercises
Rev. F. M. Kedlngor
10:30 Address of Welcome M. E, Barber
Response McCurdy Hunter
11:00 The Benefit Derived from the Graded
Lesson System... .Rev. t?. D. Wuldrop
11:20 The Relation of the Sunday Hcliool
to the Church A. O. McWIIIIams
Rev. O. II, Hill
Solo Miss Agnes Cowle
1:.K Hong service J. W. Hunter
l.'bO The Ubo and Misuse of Music In the
Sunday School 8. M. Hench
Rev. J. V. Bell
Recitation Miss Mary Bmlth
Presentation ot Map and Banner
( The President
Oration Miss Henrietta McKay
8:10 How can we get each member of the
Church Interested In the Study of
the Bible Rev. M, V. Gold
Three minute talk from member of
each school Rev. R. F. Howe
Music Male Quartette
4:10 Teachers' Training. ...Rev. J. II. Jelbart
I Song 8ei vice J. J.Lukeburt
Vocal Solo Mr. Drexcellus
Music ..Olrls Chorus
. Vocal Solo R.S.Campbell
Address. . Rev. J. B. Eaklns, D.D., Ph.D.
Music v Male Chorus
A valuable booklet is being issued for
free distribution by the Waverly OH
Works Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa. This
booklet contains 100 pages, and In ad
dition to telling all about oils of every
kind, it has about 70 pages devoted to
tables and matters of general informa
tion, much of which is entirely new.
Itisof considerable value to engineers
and mechanics, and one of these book
lets should be on the desk of every bus
iness man. A postal card request ad
dressed to the Waverly Oil Works Co.,
at Pittsburgh, Pa., will bring one of
the books promptly.
Little gents shoes extra nnnA tnr
II 50 now 11.19." Adam's. -
Below we publish the mimes of can
didates who have been nominated by
the Republicans and Democrats of
UeynoldsvUle and Republicans of West
Reynoldsvllle for the February election:
REYNOLDSVILLE repuiilican ticket.
Town Council Samuel Williams, Dr.
Thorna F. Nolan.
School Directors J. S. Hammond, A.
Justice of Peace Perry B. Love.
Auditor D. H. Briakoy.
Assessor William Copping.
Fit st Precinct RcglsteE) Joseph C.
Williams; judge of election, J. C.
Ferris; Inspector, George Heckman.
Second Precinct Register, Joseph B.
Mitchell; judge of election, W. n. Ford
inspoctor, Samuel Itessler.
Justice of the Peace John Dlllman
Council Charles H. Young, M. M
Schofl Directors David 8owers, f-
Auditor Fred J. Butler.
Assessor Harvoy S. Deter.
Judge of Flection First, Frank Mul
bollan; second, I. M. Swartz.
Inspector First, C. J. Kerr; second
W. C. Schultze.
Uegister First, M. U. Coleman; seo'
ond, Nlnlan Cooper. '
WEST REYNOLDSVILLE REPUULICANS
Justice of the Peace Chas. Berg'
School Directors Fred Austin, W,
Town Council E. D. Davis, A. B
Assessor R. S. Williams.
Auditor E. W. Leech.
Judge of Election S. E. Brillhart.
Inspector of Election H. E. Stewart
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Property Changes in Jefferson County
Put Upon Record.
John H. Burtop to Mary Moon, for
85 acres In Washington township.
1382.60. December 22, 1909.
Thomas Maxwell, by administrator,
to Margaret Hunter, for 12T acres in
Washington township, 11,200. June
John Hartman, by exeoutor, to Amos
W. Bennett for one-half Interest In 8
lots in Reynoldsvllle, 155. April 24,
Amos W. Bennett to John J. Hart
man, for one-half Interest In lots in
Reynoldsvllle, II. May 19, 1909.
Goorge Burkett to J. E Burkett, for
25 acres In WIdbIow townBhlp, 11.00.
December 28, 1909.
Frank A. McConnoll to Magnus
Allgelor, for lot in Reynoldsvllle,
14,000. January 6, 1910. "
David Reynolds to The Reynoldsvllle
Water Co. for lot In Winslow township,
1100. January 5, 1910.
William H. Plfcr t William R.
Morrison, for 40 acres In Washington
township, 1850. July 15, 1909. ,
"Hyora -1 certainly saved my life and
I accord It the credit which it deserves
and merits." Mrs. Ada Hopkins, Cold'
water, Mich. Hyomel is guaranteed
by Stoke & Felcht Drug Co. to cure
catarrh, coughs, oolds, croup or sore
throat. 11 00 for complete outfit.
Cut prices on women's shoes, 14.00
ones $2.48 at Adam's.
M. H. LUTHER j
At Family Theatre, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday evenings of this week. J
fcvri. V -;.-.y u t . i&
At Family Theatre, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday evenings of this week
"Roney's Boys" Concert Co.
nmowaswoen "buys' sloping" was
understood to necussarlly mean the
mi . ...
forcing of harsh, metallic chest tones
far above their range Into the head
voice, as so commonly heard in the pub
lic Bchool8, In little tunes of the Sunday
8chool order, which have neither mu-
Bical value nor Interest. It has been a
revelation to thouxaDds to hear the vel
vety flute-like tones of the boy sopranos,
and the rich sonorous notes of boy altos,
so trained ns to sing solos, duets, trios,
quartets, and even in five-part harmony,
like prima donnas, with the Interpreta
tion of artists.
' And It Is a greater surprise to hear
"Roney's Boys" render high grade stan
dard muslo from operas, oratorios and
the great composers, every selection
memorized, and frequently quartets
and trios without accompanlmentof any
kind. . And the boy violinists, cornet-
lsts, trombonists, flutists, clarinetists
and Baxaphonlsts of past years, who
ave given suoh splendid varletv to the
programs, have been not a whit behind
the singers in their wonderful mantam
of their Instruments.
The name ' Roney's Bovs" has al wavs
stood for the highest cultivation of the
boy's singing voice, and the most mas
terful execution upon Instruments by
little fellows the world has over known.
At Assembly Hall on Thursday ev
ening of this week, January 27tn.
List of unolalmed letters remainino
in post office at Reynoldsvllle, Pa., for
ween enuing Jan. 22, 1910.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnston. Mlu
Maggie Lewis, W. B. MuClure. Nettle
uaoer, J. W. Smith, Miss Edith
Hay advertised and elve date of list
wnen calling for above
E. c. Burns, P. M.
Work 24 Hours a Day.
The busiest little thlnes ever made
are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every
pill is a sugar-coated globule of health,
that changes weakness into strength,
languor Into enorgy, brain-fag Into men
tal power; curlnc constipation, head
ache, chills, dyspepsia, malaria. 25c at
H. L. McEntlre's.
Coats and Furs.
Gllletples have cut the price on all
coats and furs. That's all.
Oil nnafn nnltaK , V. n nnHn 1 .
made. 10b boxes for 7c. Adam's.
We have too many shoes have vou?
Cut prices at Adam's.
Rates: One cent dbp vnni fn. ...h mA
For Sale Desirable Dronertv on
Jackson street, near Company office.
Good bargain to quick buyer. Inquire
at Star office.
Do your banking with a bank that will pay you a
liberal rate of interest compounded twice a year
and allow you to withdraw same on demand no
notice required. You may deposit any amount
and at any time. We will do this. And no worry.
The Peoples National Bank
(Oldest Bank in the County.)
Capital and Profits $130,000.00.
William Jones, Of Knoxdale,
May Serve a Term in the ,
Wtllium Jones, of Knox!ale,y Jeffer
son county, was tried In the county
court last week on charge of murdor
Ing his wife In October, 100S The case
was taken up M'inday and was given
to the jury Friday forenoon. At It. 15
a m. Friday the jury retired and at
4 00 p. m. that day brought In a verdict
of murder In the second dogree.
Judge John W. Reed, in his Instruc
tions to the jury, said that the verdict
they should bring In admitted of but
three forms first, murder in the first
degree; second, murder In sosond de
gree; third, acquittal.
Jones was charged with causing the
death of his wife by striking her In the
aodomen whllo she was in bed, con
valescing from typhoid fever. The
chief wltnoss against Jones was his
own daughtor, Mrs. Bert Kunselman.r
On account of an application being
made for a new trial, Judge Rood has
not given Jones a sentence.
P. G. Burkhart and Frank Bohren,
of RoynoldHvlllo, were on the Jones
Notice to Delinquents.
Somotime this month or early in Fob1'
ruary all the subscribers for THE STAR
who are In arrears a year or more will
receive a notice of their arrearage. It
would save us tlmo and oxponse If all
persons Indebted to us for 9ubsonptIon
would pay up promptly. As previously
Btated In The Star It Is a small amount
for each one but In the aggregate It
means hundreds of dollars to us. Please
make prompt payment.
A Frightful Wreck
Of train, automobile or buggy may
cause outs, bruises, abrasions, sprains
or wounds that demand Bucklen's Ar-
nloa Salve earth's greatest healer.
Quick relief and prompt cure results.
For burns, bolls, sores of all kinds, ecze
ma, chapped bands and lips, sore eyes
or corns, its supreme. Surest pile cure.
25o at H. L. McEntlre's. '
The Real Issuo
Wealth lor Few. Poverty for Many.
Can we hope for nothing better?
Yes I Coma and bear how to
Secure Plenty for All,
REV. WILLIAM. A. WARD
Of St. Louis, will discuss the above sub
ject at the P. O. 8. of A. ball, Reynolds
Wednesday, Feb. 2, 7.00 p. nu
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