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Offers exceptional advances for the loca
tion of oew Industries I HVee 'actory sites,
olu-iiu and abundant fuel, direct shipping
fiieillilraiatid low freight rates and plontlfu.
Das modern schools and churches, payed
streets, water, gas and electric accommoda
tions, con von out trolley service, high and
healthful location, varied employment for
labor and muny othor rexidonilal advantages,
REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910.
VOL! 1MB 18.
Contracts Let For
Line That Will Eventually
Put ReynoldsviUe in Trolley
Connection with Pittsburg.
Contracts are to be let In early spring
(or the construction of tho Clarion and
East Brady Electric Railway which, It
is expected, will eventually be extended
to Butler by way of Chicora The sur
vey has been made on the Butler end,
but construction will not be started un
til the Clarion-East Brady end Is In
Looking further Into the future tho
company sees a very probable extension
of the line from Clarion to Brookvtllo,
whore It will connect lhh tho Punxsu
tawncy and ReynoldsviUe lntorurban
line and eventually with tho DuBois
Traction Company's lines.
For the Clarion division the survey
has been made arid calls for a line 31
miles In length, the construction of
which will take a vast sura, four dif
ferent trestles will be built, tho longest
being COO feet, at Roidsburg.
If the people of Clarion subscribe
$40,000 for stock, tho main powor bouse,
car barns and principal offices will be
located there. The power hoiiFe will
be rnBdo of steel and brick, 70 feet
square and 40 foot high, with sufllctont
equipment to furnish electric power not
only for the uso of the cars, but also for
municipal and private consumption as
well. Butler Eatjlc.
The annual meoting of the stock
holders of the Koynoldsvllle Building
& Loan Association wtll be held In their
office February 21st, 1010, at 7.30 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of electing di
rectors and auditors and fer the trans
action of such other buslnoss as may
properly come before them.
Attest: John M. Hays,
!L. J. McENTIRE, . President.
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus
Jonn H. Zauobib, Pres.
John H, Eaueher
Henry O. Delbls
Every Accommodation Consistent with Careful Banking
For Most People It Is Easier to Earn
Money than to Save It.
But your earning ability 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 for Emergencies like sickness and
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
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.
East Brady Trolley
. Entrance to Adelphi Theatre.
As previously Btated in The Stab,
the room occupied by Rodgers cigar
store and factory Is to be the Main
street entrance to M. M. Fisher's
new theatre, The Adelphi. The cigar
Btore was moved out yesterday and
carpenters are at work ohanglngithe
store room Into an entrance for The
Aaelphl. Mr. Fisher expects to have
the now theatre ready to open on the
evening of St. Patricks Day, March
17. The attraction for the opening has
not boen booked yet. This theatre will
surpass tho expectation of Iho majority
of the Ruynoldsvllie citizens who have
not taken a look at it while In course
ol construction. When the AdolphI is
ready for opening we will glvo It a
List of unclaimed letters remaining
In post oltlce at ReynoldsviUe, Pa., for
week ending Jan. 2!), 1010.
Mrs. John Cutler, Frank Fox, Mrs.
F. C Goodman, J. F. Guthrie. .
Foreign Andrew Lyllonskl.
Say advertised and give dale of list
when calling for above.
E. C. Burns, P. M.
KemG. Bottorf returned last Satur
day from a week's visit at his homo la
Johiisonburg and on Monday resumed
his duties at this office aftor a five
weeko' lay-off with a broken log.
Sykesville Post-Dispatch. Mr. Bottorf,
who Is foreman of the Sykesville Post
Dispatch office, some years ago was fore
man in the ReynoldsviUe Volunteer
"I was under the care of four dif
ferent doctors during nine months and
was cured of dyspepsia by Ml-o-na."
Mr. Joseph Groundine, 107 Fountain
Street, Fall Rlvor, Mass. Guaranteed
by Stoke & Felcht Drug Co. 50c.
A lot of men's shoes good values for
$2.75 now $1.89. Adam's.
$ 1 7 5,0 0 0.0 0
J. O. Kino, Vtce-Pres. KrC. Scbcckerb, Cashier
J.O.King Daniel Nolan John H. Corbett
J. 8. Hammond K. H. Wilson
. . . Resources $550,000.00.
And Winslow Township
Democrats,- Republicans And
Bolow we publish the names of can
didates who havo been nominated by
the Democrats and Prohibitionists of
West ReynoldsviUe and the Ropubll-
cans and Democrats of Winslow town
ship: WEST REYNOLD3VILLE DEMOCRATS.
Justice of tho Peace4 P. J. Ward.
School Directors W. P. Woodrlng,
Town Council Charles O'Donnell,
Assessor George Scott.
Auditor Waltor Shannon.
Judge of Election T. J. Fagley.
Inspector J. B. MoAtee.
W. REYNOLDSVILLE PROHIBITIONISTS.
Justice of the Peaei P. J. Ward.
School Directors Philip Koebler, D.
Town Council W. B. Stauffer, W.
W. Fales. n
Assessor Wra. M. Burgo. TC
Auditor T.J. Fagley.
Judge of Election John Sowers.
Inspector M. W. Yooman.
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP REPUBLICANS.
School Directors Ira D, Bowsor,
George Mowery. I
Supervisor Thomas Woods.
Auditor John Penhall.
Judge of Election 1st precinct, Jo
seph McNeill; 2nd, J. W. Syphrlt; 3rd,
E. II. Boner; 4th, Alex Watson.
Inspector 1st pre., Charles Hoffman;
2nd. Guiles Rlshel; 3rd, E. C. BIobo;
4th, David Bell.
Register 1st pre., Henry Hodge: 2nd
E. W. Hillls; 3rd, A. A. Stowart; 4th,
fWm. Rod well.
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP DEMOCRATS.
School Directors K. B. Deemor,
Supervisors George H. Ilea, A. C.
AsseBBOr P. A. Smith.
Auditor W. J. Morrison, A. M. Nor
Judge of Eectlon 1st preolnct, Wm,
London; 2nd, R. E. Murray; 3rd, H. A.
Sherwood; 4th, H. B. Reiter.
Inspector 1st pre., John Lydon; 2nd,
D. L. Brumbaugh; 3rd, Harry Snyder;
4tb, W. H. Cramer.
Register 1st pre., J. L. Marshall;
2nd, Charles Norris; 3rd, Michael Bro
cious; 4th, H. W.Keller.
The Supreme Court has decided that
where a property owner has been noti
fied to repair the pavement along
his property or has actual notice
and knowledge of their condition
and he neglects to repair the
same, Buch owner is liable for
all damages that may result by reason
of the defects or unsafe pavements.
Furthermore Judge O'Connor, of Cam
bria county, has ruled that If any publlo
officer whose duty it is to see that a
highway is kept in good order, neglects
his duty, he is responsible for damages.
' Coats and Furs,
Glllesples have cut the price on all
coats and furs. That's all.
Rates: One cent per word for each and
For Rent One of the best store
rooms and locations in Big Run, Pa.
Six rooms overhead, spring water and
electrlo lights in house. Good barn in
rear. Call on or address P. F. Ellen
berger, Big Run, Pa.
Fob Sale A good cow, pair of sleds
anla heavy wagon. Inquire at The
Fob vSale! Desirable property on
Jackson street, near Company office.
Good bargain to quick buyer. Inquire
at Star office.
Tub Ladies' Home Journal
and THE SATURDAY EVENING
POST want a man or woman in
ReynoldsviUe and vicinity to look
after subscription renewals and to
forward new business. A guaran
teed weekly salary, the amount
depending on the work done, and
a commission on each order. Ex
j!rience un lecessary. Any one
can build up a permanent paying
i business without capital. Com
plete outfit nnd instructions free.
Th CurtU Pulili.-.hlng Company
5 Arch St., PhuVJrlfhia, P.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Property Changes in Jefferson County
Put Upon Record.
Charles Burkhouse to Sarah C.
Moore, for 14 acres in Washington
townBhlp, 1200. . Deoember 24, 190!).
Francis D. Smith to Buffalo, Roches
ter & Pittsburgh R. R. Co. for 9 7 sores
In Washington township. (453 50. De
cember 30, 1909.
John C. Kirker to Buffalo, Rochester
k Pittsburgh R. R. Co., for 17 37 acres
in Washington township. $250. Jan
uary 1, 1910.
Mary J. Corbet to Buffalo, Rochester
& Pittsburgh R. R. Co., for 3 aores 60
perches in Washington township. $'i0.
January 13. 1010.
Jamos C. Wilson to Buffalo, Roches
ter & Pittsburgh R. R. Co., for 29.25
acres In Washington township. $93 52.
January 13, 1010.
John A. Christie to Buffalo, Roches
ter & Pittsburgh R. R. Co. for 23 33
acres In Washington township. $900.
January 13, 1910.
Maude Marshall, et a!., to Buffalo,
Rochester & Pittsburgh Rft. Co., for
10 15 acres in Washington township.
$253 88. January 13, 1910.
C. n. Boylos to Buffalo, Roohester &
Pittsburgh R. R. Co., for 80 05 acres in
. $409 30, January 13. 1910.
John A. Smith, by administrators, to
Charlos E. Smith, for 81 acres, 144
perches In Washington township, $050.
January 19, 1910.
John B. Cable to Buffalo, Rochester
& Pittsburgh R. R. Co., for 31.03 aoreB
in Washington township. $381. Jan
uary 15, 1910,
Harrison G. Sonlor to Buffalo, Roches
ter and Pittsburgh R. R. Co., for 15.03
acres in Washington township. $30G.
January 17, 1910.
Harrison G. Senior to Buffalo, Ro
chester & Pittsburgh R. R. Co., for
right-of-way In Washington township.
$304. ' January 17, 1910.
The Best Hour of Life
Is whon you do some great deed or
cover some wonderful fact. This hour
came to J. R. Pitt, of Rocky Mt., N.
C, when he was suffering intensely, as
be says, "from the worst cold I ever
bad, I then proyod to my great satis
faction, what a wonderful cold and
cough cure Dr. King's New .Discovery
is. For, after taking one bottle,
I was entirely cured. You can't say
anything too good of a medicine like
that." Its the surest and best remedy
for diseased lungs, hemorrhages, la
grlppe, asthma, hay fever any throat
or lung trouble. 50o and $1.00. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by H. L. Mo
Coats and Furs.
Glllesples have cut the price on all
coats and furs. That's all.
Oil paste polish, the very best polish
made. lOo boxes for 7c. Adam's.
We have too many shoes have you?
Cut prices at Adam's.
Little gents shoos extra good for
$1 50 now $1.19. Adam's.
Glasses accurately fitted by Gibson,
the optician. At Brookvllle February
14 and 15, and ReynoldsviUe. Feb. 16th.
Cut prices on women's shoes, $4.00
ones $2.48 atAdam's,
I will visit the
Brookville, Feb. 14
and 15, Reynolds"-
ville February 16 th.
First class eyework
by first class me
thods. G. C. GIBSON,
No More Pennies In
Fural Mail Boxes
Department Bars Loose Coins
.On Account of Inconvenience
The postoffice department, has Issued
the following notice to postmasters,
which takes effect February 15, and will
be of interest to the rural delivery pa
trons: In view of the extent to which the
practice of piaolng loose coins in boxeB
by rural patrons has grown, and the
delay in the delivery and collection of
mall and the hardship Imposed on rural
carriers incident thereto, you are In
formed that, commencing February 15,
rural letter carriers will . not
be required to collect loose coins from
rural mall boxes..,,
Patrons should enclose colnB In an
envelope, wrap tbem securely In a
piece of paper, or deposit them In a
coin-holding recopUcle, so they can be
easily and quickly taken from boxes,
and carriers will bo required to lift such
coins, and, whore accompanied by mail
for dispatch, attach the requisite
Our town is alive to some extent as
some of our young men show when they
come home from town.
All that we can boast of just now Is
that we havo lots of snow
Some of our every-day visitors are
having muoh sport In the scores about
Wetzel's and Mart.'s airships that they
use to open the roads with, which drift
full of snow almost every day.
Our Sunday schools have not been
well attended for a couple of aundays
on account of snow drifts.
Emorlckvi'.lo has three lodges, Im
proved Order of Red Men, P. O. S. of
A. and Grange.
Some of our farmers must expect to
sow their grass seed early, as the ma
jority have sent away for the seed and
have it on hand ready to sow any time.
Our sick are not improving very fast.
John Hatten has been confined In his
home a couple of weeks.
The Brltton school is preparing a
program for Washington's Birthday. I
did not learn whether any of the other
schools are preparing for same or not.
Struck Rich Mine.
S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., says
he struck a perfect mine of health in
Dr. King's New Life Pills for they
cured him of liver and kidney trouble
after twelve years of suffering. They
are the best pills on earth for consti
pation, malaria, headache, dyspepsia,
debility. 25o at H. L. McEntire's.
Notice to Agriculturists.
For information of alfalfa seeding,
growing and after-treatment please
send your name and address to
Agent P. R. R.,
Coats and Furs.
Glllesples have cut the price on all
coats and furs, That's all,
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE,
Pension Attorney and Real Estate Agont.
Notary public and real estate agent, (El
ections will receive prjmnt attention. Office
!nt.he Reynoldavflle Hurdwure (Jo. building
Main street Keynoldsville, Pa.
PUBLIC SALE '
There wili be exposed to public sale on the premises of
the undersigned at Sandy Valley, Fa , Oct
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, fplo,
at 1:00 p. m. the following household and store goods:
Bedsteads and bedding, chairs, one sofa, cook stove,
cooking utensils, Espy organ, and other household goods,
Barnes safe, one horse, buggy and harness, saddle and
From February 15th will continue saleof store goods
until stock is sold, which consists of dry goods, groceries,
hardware, and all goods kept in a general store.
Terms made known on day of sale.
IV. J. Boner, Sandy Valley
Terms of Office
Defined by Andrews
Constitutional Changes Affect
Many County and State
W. R. Andrews, of Philadelphia,
chairman of the Republican State Com
mittee, Interprets the tenure of office
amendments as follows:
''Under the provisions of the Amend
ments to the Constitution and of the
Schedule, adopted November 2, 1909,
Judges of the County Courts and Coun
ty Officers cannot be elected In the year
1910. Ail such offloers whose terms ex
pire with the end of 1910, or whose com-
missions expire upon the first Monday
of Januiiry, 1911, will hold over for one
year, or until the first Monday of Jan
uary, 1912, and all appointments to fill
vacancies will he until the first Monday
in January, 1912.
"At tho November Election of 1910
no officers will to voted for except Gov
ernor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary
of Internal Affairs, Congressmen, Sena
tors and Representatives the Gener
al Assembly, unless there should be a
vaoancy in the Supreme or Superior
Court, occurlng two months before the
General Election; whicn may be filled
at that election.
"All county officers who were elected
in 1907 and whoseeommlsslons run from
the first Monday of January, 1908, will
serve until the first Monday of January,
"All county officers who were elected
In 1909, and whoso commissions' run
from the first Monday of January, 1910,
will serve until the first Monday of
"Ail officers elected in February,
1910, to offices, the regular term of
which Is two years, and also Election
Officers and Assessors chosen at that
election, shall serve until the first Mon
day of December, 1911. Assessors
elected at the November, 1911, and
thereafter shall serve four years. Elec
tion officers will serve two years.
"AH officers chosen in February, 1910,
to offices the term of which Is now four
years, or was made four years by the
Amendments or the Schedule, shall
serve until the first Monday of Decem
"All justioes of the peaoe, magis
trates and aldermen chosen at the Feb
ruary election, 1910, shall serve until
the first Monday of December, 1915,
"After the year 1910 all terms of city,
ward, borough, township and election
officers shall begin on the first Monday
of December in odd numbered years."
That a clean, nice, fragrant com
pound like Bucklen's Arnica Salve will
Instantly relieve a bad burn, cut, scald,
wound or piles staggers skeptics. But
great cures prove its a wonderful healer
of the worst Bores, ulcers, bolls, felons,
eczema, skin eruptions, as also chapped
hands, sprains and corns. Try it. 25o
at H. L. McEnsire's.
"Hyomel has cured me of catarrh of
long standing. It U the best thing to
kill a cold I have ever got hold of."
Mrs. A. Haslan, Croton, Lee county, .
Ia. Sold by Stoke & Felcht Drug Co.
on money back plan. Complete outfit
$1 00; extra bottles 50c.
Children's shoes worth 75o now 49o
Do your eyes need care? If so call oo
Gibson at E-cct ville Feb. 14 and 15, or
Reynolds v t ,
Special bargains in shoes this week