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Oilers exceptional hulkhs lor the loca
tion ot uew Indusi'l"- : ' iee 'aciory sites,
Cheap anil abundnm ri-i direct shipping
facilities and low freu'it aids and plontlfm
supply of laborers.
Ha- modern schools and clinruties, paved
stnio's, ator, gas and electric accommoda
tions, enliven ent trolloy service, high and
healthful Im-titlon, varied employment for
labor and many other residential advantages,
REYNOLDSVILLE. PENN'A.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, MO.
Dr. Meek Enters
s Eleventh Year
Will Deliver Special Sermon
Rev. Dr. A. J. Meek hag olosed the
tenth year as pastor of ih First Bap
tUt church of this place Next Sunday
will be the beginning of his eleventh
year. . Sunday morning he will preach
the same sermin that h. preached ten
years ago. Subject, "Ci Workers with
God." Special music will be rendered
by the choir. The evening service will
be a fellowship and go t I will meeting.
Reports will be given fr'-un all branches
of the church work. All members and
friends are Invited to be present, es
pecially the new members who were
recently taken into the fellowship .of
Died in Erie.
Mrs. Johanna And-rmm died at tho
home of her daughter, Mrs. Lewis
Portinier, at Erie, Pa . at 5.00 a. m.
Monday, February 28 1910, after a
short illnesB from pn-'iimonia. Mrs.
Anderson had gone to Erie two weeks
ago on account of the Illness of Mrs.
Portinier. The body was brought to
home of C. O. Anderson in West Reyn
oldsville yesterday a'ternoon, where
funeral service will be held to-morrow,
Mrs. Anderson was bom in Sweden
52 years ago. She came to America
soon after she was married. She re
Bided in Reynoldsville a number of
years, and for several years had made
her home with her sod, C. O. Ander
son, in West Reynoldsville, and was
highly esteemed by all who knew her.
Mrs. Anderson is survived by the
follow lug book and douKuteis: C. O.
and Frank Anderson, of Reynoldsville,
Mrs. John Eartman and Mrs. Charles
Gru9eck, of Allegheny City, Mrs. Lewis
Portinier, of Erie. Also has one sister,
Mrs. Charles Bergquist, In West Reyn
oldsville. Mrs. Anderson had been a member
of the Methonlst church a number of
A number of members of the Para
dise Grange visited the Rathmel
Grange Friday evening, Feb. 25th, and
were royally entertained by the people
of Rathmel, Part of the evening was
taken up by a literary program given
by young people of the Grange. A de
bate on the question, "Resolved That
the United States has more to be proud
of than ashamed," ended the program,
but on account of the lateness of the
hour it was not finished and no decision
was rendered by the judges.
GUARANTEED jl f Wi .
ALLWOOL , l li I
Wm ' YJi
Just When Terms of Office Expire.
Even some of the candidates who
have been elected to office are somewhat
confused concerning the amendments
to the election laws and they do not
kuow whether they are elected for two,
three, four or five years. The following
is a brief summary of the changes
in the length of term that will result
from the adop'lonof the amendments:
School directors, road supervisors,
tax collectors and auditors eleoted in
the spring of 1909 will serve for four
years, their successors not being elect
ed until 1913, while all three years offi
cers elocted this year, will serve three
years and a half, their successors being
elected in the fall of 1913, and going
into office the first Monday of January,
1914. to serve four years. 'SquIreB
elected at this February election will
serve until the first Monday In January,
1914. their successors being elected at
the November election of 1913. Elec
tion board and register assessors chos
en at the February election will serve
until the first Monday In January, 1912,
their successors being elected at the
November election, 1911. The boards
will serve, therefore, two full elections
and two spring primaries. Election
boards and register assessors hereafter
eleoted, will serve two full years. Du
Senator Gore Comes to Brookville.
The people of this seotion will have
a rare opportunity of seeing and hear
ing one of the big men of the nation
on Friday evening, March 11th, when
Senator TbomBS P. Gore, the Blind
Man Eloquent who represents the state
of Oklahoma In the United States
Seuate, comes to the Brookville Y.
M. C. A., where he will deliver his
famous lecture on "Abraham Lincoln
and Jefferson Davis." Senator Gore is
one of the highest priced lecturers on
the American platform, and the de
mands for his time are so great that
It Is seldom that he comes to the
smaller towns. This lecture was con
tracted by the Brookville peop'e a year
ago. Tickets, Including reserved seat,
75o. Telephone orders will receive
Reynoldsville, Pa., Feb. 28, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Reynoldsville Brick & Tile Co.
will be held at the office of the company
at their works In Wlnslow township,
Jefferson Co., at 2 o'clock p. m Tues
day, April 5, 1910, for the election of
directors and the transaction of any
other business that may properly come
before that body,
Clyde C. Murray, Secretary.
The long wearing shoe for the long
headed man Walk-Overs, $3.50 and
$4 00. Adam's Boot Shop.
style in the special
color or fabric design
you have been looking
It is our spring line
of Clothcraft All-Wool
It might have been
made especially for
you, it will fit you and
your taste so perfectly.
Better pick it out
early though, because
some other man may
have the same kind of
We'll hold it for you
until you're ready, if
you don't care to take
With your selection
you get a signed guar
antee of, all-wool and
Your Clothcraft suit
at $10 to $25 costs you
less than is usually
paid for this kind of
"The Ships that
Dr. J. Bell Neff Will Lecture
Here March 10th.
On Thursday evening of next week,
March 10th, Dr. J. Bell Neff, noted
lecturer, will deliver a lecture in the
M. E. church at this place under the
DR. J. BELL NEFF.
auspices of the Sunday school. Pro
ceeds to buy new books for the library.
Lecture begins at eight o'clock, Ad
mission 25 cents for adults; 15 cents for
children under 12 years. Subject: "The
Ships that Jack Built."
" 1 t
Session Extraordinary of the B. M. A.
There was an Interesting little hurry-up-and-oome-on-the-run
session of the
Business Men's Association about ten
o'clock last night. Of what happened
there may be more to say later on, , It
will be noted that the Association Is
"on the job" twenty-four hours a day,
Next regular meeting Tuesday night,
Senator Robert L. Taylor will lecture
in Assembly hall on the evening of
March 15. Before he comes every
patron of the course ought to secure
a copy of his "Farewell Address" as
delivered by him on bis retirement as
governor of Tennessee In 1899. A free
copy of this address may be had by
asking the principal.
Miss Cochran visited friends in
Punxsutawney on Sunday.
Deputy Slate Superintendent Reed
B. Teltrick, of Harrisburg, will deliver
the annual commencement address on
May 3, The sermon to the graduates
will be preached by the Rev. A. J.
Boosell, Lltt. D. D., pastor of the San
dusky Avenue Baptist church of Pitts
" Prof. E. H. Sohaeffer, of Brockport,
spent Sunday with Prof. Rife.
Rooms, 2, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9,' 10, 11, 12
and 13 were perfect in punctuality last
McKinley entered the
freshman class Monday morning.
The Lash of a Fiend
Would have been about as welcome
to A. Cooper, of Oswego. N. Y.. as
a merciless lung racking cough that
defied all remedies for years. "It was
most troublesome at night," he writes,
nothing helped me till I used Dr.
King's New Discovery which cured me
completely. J never cough at night
now." Millions know its matchless
merit for stubborn colds, obstinate
coughs, sore lungs, lagrlppe, asthma,
hemorrhage, croup, whopping cough,
or hay fever. It relieves auicklv and
never fails to satisfy. A trial con
vinces. 50o to $1.00. Trial bottle free.
It's positively guaranteed by H,,L.
List of unclaimed letters remaining
in post offioe at Reynoldsville,, Pa., for
week ending Feb. 26, 1910.
Mrs. Kate Bater, Miss Daisy Down
ing, E. W. Smith.
Foreign Mrs. John Trebeneky.
Say advertised and give dale of list
when calling for above. '
E. C. Burns. P. M.
Card of Thanks.
We hereby express our thanks to our
neighbors and friends for their kind
ness after the death of our wife and
S. B. Snyder and Family.
Ladies come in sod look over the
American Ladles' Tailoring Co.'s spring
portfolio. Suits, skirts, jackets and
Part of a National Movement
Against the Disease.
Announcement of a national tubercu
losis Sunday to be held on April 24 in
215,000 churohes of the United States
was made last week by the National As
sociation for the Study and Prevention
of Tuberculosis. Following campalgcs
against consumption that have been
carried on In the churches of hundreds
of cities, and sermons on tuberculosis
that have been preached before thou
sands of congregations during the past
year, a movement has bemj uaittd w
establish a permanent tuberculosis Sun
day, on which it Is hoped that every
one of the 33,000.000 churchgoers in the
United States will bear the gospel of
health. It is planned to enlist the ac
tive co-operation of anti-tuberculosis
organizations, labor unions, fraternal
organizations, and other bodies, to
gether with the churches In the move
ment. The aid of leading churchmen
In many of the principal denominations
has already been offered. All of the
large interdenominational bodies, such
as the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, the Young Women's Christian
Association, the King's Daughters and
Sons, and the various young people's
societies are also In sympathy with the
anti-tuberculosis campaign. It Is plan
ned that on April 24 tuberoulosls ser
mons shall be preaohed In all the
churches of the country. Literature
will be distributed to members of the
congregation, and in every way an effort
will be made to teach that tuberculosis
Is a dangerous disease and that It can
be prevented and cured. Clergymen
who desire to obtain additional infor
mation In regard to tuberoulosls will
be able to secure literature from state
and local anti-tuberouloBls associations
and boards of health, as well as from
the National association.
K. G. E. REUNION.
Will Be Held in Reynoldsville in June
of this Year. "
The Knights of Golden Eagles of the
Northwestern Re-union District will
hold their annual reunion In Reynolds
ville June 19, 1910. This district com
prises tnirty-nlne Castles, distributed
over four oountles, Jefferson, Indiana,
Clearfield and Clarion, and the annual
reunions are always attended 'by large
delegations from every section. The
last one held In Reynoldsville was over
seven years ago but Is still recalled for
the amount of decorating done
and the size of the crowd present. The
local Castle has started in to make the
coming gathering the biggest ever, and
twenty-five or thirty members were at
DeLancy last night stirring up enthus
iasm at a gathering of the order held
there. Special rates will be secured on
"Doings" of Rathmel Pythians.
Confidence Lodge, Knights ol
Pythias, of Rathmel, held a banquet
In the Knights of Labor hall In that
place Saturday evening, February 26th,
In which a half hundred knights and
guests participated. Guests were
present from Reynoldsville and West
vllle, and Robert Jones, of the latter
place, acted as toastraaster during the
program of addresses following the
feast. The occasion was one of the
leading social events of the year in
Rathmel aud was very enjoyable for
all present. ,
, Lock Haven Normal.
The faculty of the Lock Haven State
Normal School Is made up ot graduates
of the best -training schools, colleges
and universities. Its course of study Is
therefore thoroughly taught. Its stu
dents come from every section of
Pennsylvania which In itself is an ad
vantage to Its patrons, It has the
finest Normal school buildings in the
state. Owing to its fine location and
excellent sanitation, epidemics are un
known. The spring term beginning
April 4th Is an excellent time to enter.
Write for its handsome catalog.
A Man ol Iron Nerve.
Indomitable will and - tremendous
energy are never found where stomach,
liver, kidney and bowels are out of
order. If yon want these qualities and
the1 success they bring, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills, the matchless regu
lators, for keen brain and strong body.
25o at H. L. McEotlre's.
They are always right and they are
always light Queen Quality shoes for
women. Price $3 00 and 3 60. Adam's
Hon. S. North for Assembly
Among ton probable ctndulatos for
the Repuolloan nomination for repre
sentative in tne Assembly who have
thus far been discussed in this commun
ity, none have been the object of so
much favorable comment at former
Representative S. Taylor North, of
Mr. North's decision to become a can
didate was not made without, careful
deliberation, nor until be had been
urged to do so by a large number of
that sturdy and patrlotlo class of citi
zens who regard It as a duty, as well as
a matter of olvlo prldo, to a:d in the
nomination and election of men of ap
proved ability and Integrity to repre
sent us at the State Capitol.
As a successful farmer and business
man Mr. North has been well, and fa
vorably known In this county for many
years, and It was the fidelity, energy
and loyalty with which be discharged
the official and other duties intrusted
to him tbat first suggested him as good
material to represent the interests of
the oounty at Harrisburg.
As a member of the Legislature dur
ing the sessions of 1905 and 1907 Mr.
North exhibited the same zeal and
trustworthiness in representing his
constituents that he bad formerly
shown as a business man. During bis
first session he was a stuuent and close
observer of legislative procedure, and
by the exercise of good judgment and
careful discrimination woo the confi
dence and respect of his colleagues.
Re-elected to the Legislature of 1907
Mr, North took hold with more confi
dence, and immediately made himself
felt as a factor in legislation. It was
due to his untiring efforts during this
session, more than to any other Individ
ual member, that the legislative ap
portionment law was enacted that gaye
Jefferson county an additional member,
a right of which we had been deprived
for nearly twenty years.
Among the measures presented by
Mr. North during this session which
were subsequently placed upon the
statute books were: A bill to prohibit
the throwing of waste paper, sweepings
or rubbish of any kind on tbe streets or
highways of tbe Commonwealth. This
measure was universally commended by
the press of the state. The act provid
ing for necessary medical attention for
all persons exposed to danger from hy
drophobia Is one of Mr. North's meas
ures. Also the act Increasing the pay
of the jurors and witnesses, and the act
repealing the Venango county tax law
so far as It related to Jefferson county,
whereby considerable expense Is avoid
ed In the collection of state and county
Mr. North also took a deep interest
In legislation affecting coal miners, as
well as in agricultural and educational
matters. Measures providing for the
Improvement of our roads had his en
thusiastic support, and his efforts to
secure' Improvements In this county
were conspicuously successful. As a
member of the Committee on Appro
priations in 1907 Mr. North gained con
siderable prominence and knowledge
of the workings and merits of the var
ious public Institutions of the State.
As a representative Mr. North was
always on the job, giving his careful
and conscientious attention to every
measure that came before the House,
and by. his energy, strong common
sense and practical sagacity gained the
confidence and esteem not only of his
colleagues and constituents, but of the
officials of the various executive de
partments of the state.
Hence it happens that Mr, North's
candidacy Is viewed with favor by those
who feel tbat the selection of proper
men te represent us at Harrisburg is an
Important clvio duty, and who feel
bound as good citizens to exercise tbelr
best discrimination In this regard.
Punxsutawney Spirit. ' ' '
, It Saved His Leg.
"All thought I'd lose my leg," writes
J. A. Swensen, of Watertown, Wis.
"Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors
could not eu-e, had at last laid me up.
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured It,
sound and well." Infallible for skin
eruptions, eczema, salt rheum, boils,
fever sores, burns, soalds, cuts and
piles. 25o at H. L. McEotlre's.
The Special course in professional
work offered at the Clarion State
Normul has t'ue endorsements ot the
county superintendents and those who
are in position to test the effiolenoy of
teachers' work. Spring term opens
Have a pair of loe-oreepers fitted to
your rubbers and save yourself a broken
arm or leg. 25o at Adam's.
It you are not on the sunny -side,
Walk Over prloe $3,50 and $4.00.
New percales and giLgbams at Bing
Many Instructive Addresses
On the Program.
Farmers' local Institute at Hormtown
Grange ball Thursday, February 24,
was called to order at 10.30 a. m. by
the chairman, K. B. Deemer. '
The program was carried out quite
fully and good Interest was manifested.
The attendance was large, the hall
helne filled to its capacity In tbe after
noon and evening.
Clement W. Flynn, Esq., of Reynolds
ville, discussed "The farmer's reading
table an! wbat should it consist of,"
and gave a most entertaining and in
structive talk, recommending such read
ing as good magazines, weekly and
daily papers, avoiding sensational liter
ature. "Farmer's reading table should
not be different than the reading table
The institute was materially bene-
fitted by the attendance of some of the
progressive farmers of Paradise who
assisted in the discussion of many of
tbe Important topics.
Tbe literary and musical parts of the
program were well rendered and much
appreciated by tbe audience.
Owing to drifted roads the Warsaw
and Klrkman districts were not' in at
tendance, with exception ot Thomas
Mayes, of Hazen, who came from
The Horm Run school, aided by their
teacher, Miss Estell Ross, gave us two
Bongs that were a credit to both teacher
The committee desires to thank all
who assisted In making the Institute a
sucoess. V. L. Moore, Sec
Don't Miss This Lecture.
Lecture In tbe M. E. churoh by Dr.
J. Bell Neff on Thursday evening,
March 10. Prooeeds to buy new books
for the M. E. 8. S. Library.
Admission: Adults 25 cents; children
under 12 years 15 cents. Tickets will
be told by boys and girls and at Hunter
& Milltrens meat market.
Tbe Lock Haven State Normal
School continues to offer the best
educational advantages for the train
ing of teachers. The opening of the
spring term, April 4tb, is a good time
to enter. The teachers of this import
ant Normal school have no difficulty
In securing schools because of their
admirable professional training. Ad
dress for illustrated catalog, the prin
cipal. Want Column.
Rates: One cent per word for each and
School Boy Wanted I have a per
manent position for a bright, energetic
school boy. Tbe right boy can make
from 50c to $2.00 or more a week, with
out Interfering with his school duties.
S. J. Burgoon, Main street.
For Rent House on Grant street.
Inquire Ida M. Reynolds.
For Sale Fresh Jersey cow five
years old . A. L. Best, R. D. No. 4.
For Sale Forty-eight acres of land.
Call on C. J. Kerr.
For Sale Seven room house and lot
on Beech street. Inquire of Oscar
For Rent House and land at Wlsbaw,
Inquire B. J. Rudolph.
For Rent Six rooms over my store
room. Bath and all modern improve'
ments Inquire at my store. W. P
Woodrlng. For Rent Store room 22 x 100 feet;
basement same size; ware room attached
22 x 50; also two large office rooms, well
lighted and equipped with steam heat.
Inquire of A. T. McClure.
For Sale One six room house and
two lots, with good Bprlng of living
water; located on 13th street. Price
$900. Also one six room house and
extra large lot; located on Tenth si.
Price $800. Inquire of A, T. McClure
, DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Estate'of Samuel T. Reynolds, lateoftbf
Borough of Eeyooldsvllle Pa., Deceased.
Notice Is hereby Riven that letters of adV
ministration upon the estate ot said deced
ent have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make payment, aud those having
claims or demands against the same will
make them known without delay to
, V. 0. RlYKOLDd,
Box StXl, Johnsiowu, I'enn'a.
Slsmkt W. VhtttS,