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There were only four cases of tardi
ness la all the schools last, week.
We continue to acknowledge con
tributions to the laboratory fund, from
Mr. Bell, Mr. Harris and Mr. 1'arrlsb.
MlssEITle MlUlren was In Brookvllle
Col. Gordon's farewell address to the
Senate was read before the High School
on Friday morning.
A committee representing the
Business Men's Association visited the
schools on Friday afternoon. They saw
a sample of work from every depart
ment above the fourth grade, We hope
the next committee will give us a full
The school board has fitted up the
physical laboratory with water, light,
heat and has supplied a largo case with
glass doors for the care and display
of the apparatus recently purchased.
This apparatus, which is sufficient for
the performance of about 30 experi
ments, will be formally presented to
the school on the evening of March 18.
Tbe program for the occasion will be
announced next week.
Senator Robert Taylor will be here
March 15th. The chart for reserved
seats will open five dftys before, March
10th. Mr. Taylor is booked for DuBols
the plght before his appearance In
Peynoldsvllle, Admission 60o.
Only 40 school days remain.
Tbe Lash of a Fiend
Would have been about as welcome
to A. Cooper, of Oswego, N. Y., bb
a merciless lung racking cough that
defied all remedies for years. "It was
most troublesome at night," be writes,
"nothing helped me till I used Dr.
King's New Discovery which cured me
completely. T never cough at night
now." Millions know its matchless
merit for stubborn colds, obstinate
coughs, sore lungs, lagrippe, asthma,
hemorrhage, croup, whopping cough,
or hay fever. It relieves quickly 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 office at Reynoldsvllle, Pa., for
week ending Mar. 5, 1910. .
Harold Dlllie 2, Peter Hetrick, Mr.
Jefferson, Mr. W. T. Tyrer, George
bay advertised and give date of list
when calling for above.
E. C. Burns, P. M.
Snow Fall Past Winter.
Several different persons In nearby
towns have made public reports concern
ing the amount of snow that has fallen
during tbe past winter, some of the re
ports plauiug the ainouut to as much as
six feet, six Inches. However, all these
marks have been passed in DuBols and
tbe man that kept tally on the downfall
Is one who ban been doing so in a scien
tific way anil for the good of the bor
ough. Water Commissioner Lord Is
the man and his teloritido Instrument
showed a downfall of seven feet, four
Inches. Mr. Lord did not mane his re
port directly to thu public, but to coun
Oil at the special meeting' on Wednes
day evening. DuBols Courier.
A Man ol Iron Nrtve.
Indomitable will and tremendous
energy are never found where stomach,
liver, kidney and bowels are out. of
order. If you want these qualities and
the success they bring, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills, the matchless regu
lators, for keen brain and strong body.
25o at II. L. McEntire's.
A sign of good fitting shoos Queen
Quality tor women. 13.00 and $3.50.
Rates: On cent per word for each and
For Sale Two mares. Inquire of
G. M. Ilea.
WANTED Girl to do general house'
work. Inquire of E. Neff.
FOR SALE Light team: 1200 lbs. In
quire Fred Goss, Falls Creek.
FOR SALE Three and a half wagon
E. Conrad, Burns farm, Wlnslow town
FOR Sale Seven room house and lot
on Beech street. Inquire of Oscar
For Sale A property In grtbd con
ditlon, located on Grant street, between
Fourth and Fifth Btreets. A bargain
to a quick buyer. Inquire of H. E,
For Rent Store room 22 x 100 feet;
basement same size; wareroom attached
22 x 50; also two large office rooms, well
lighted and equipped with steam beat.
Inquire of A. T. McClure.
For Sale One six room house and
two lots, with good spring of living
water; located on 13th Btreet. Price
900. Also one six room house and
extra large lot; located on Tenth st
Price $800. Inquire of A. T. McClure
Twenty Boys Wanted to work for
a Shetland pony, cart and harness
Liberal pay to bright bovs. besides the
chance to earn a pony. Successful boys
will be given permanent positions
which will not enterfere with school
studies. S. J. Burgoon, Main Btreet.
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus s $ 1 75,000.00
Resources . . $600,000.00
Johh H. Zauchir, Pres.
John H. Kaucher
Henry O. Delble
J. O. Kino, Vlce-Pres.
J.O.King Daniel Nolan
J. 8. Hammond
K. O. Bohdckirs, Cashier
John H. Oorbett
Every Accommodation Consistent with Careful Banking
For Most People It Is Easier to Earn
Money thanjto Save It.
But your earning ability will not continue
indefinitely, and it is therefore important to
save while you can. Make ita 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
Town Council Meeting.
Tbe regular monthly meeting of town
council '-as held In , Secretary Flynn's
office on Monday evening, March 1st,
with all mo moors, but one, present.
Ex-Tax Collector Wm. Copping re
ported having collected following tax
uurlng February: $52.72 on ll08 tax.
814 (17 on 1!)07 tax and 9100 32 on 1908
Tax Collector S. J. Burgoon reported
having collected $44.34 during Feb
ruary. Tax Collector Burgoon presented a
list of exonerations, which council
looked over carefully aud, with few
exceptions, granted the exonerations.
The borough property committee was
instructed to have three incandescent
lights placed In hose bouse No. 3, two
lnsldo of building and one outride.
Current bills wore ordered paid.
Council adjourned to meet Monday
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
(Omest B a nk in the County. )
REYNOLDSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA .
afital and Profits f 130,000.00. Resourced $560,000.00.
Illustrated Lecture for Miners.
A business meeting of tbe DuBols
District Mining Institute, which in
cludes Reynoldsvllle, Sykesville, Rath
mel, Soldier and surrounding districts,
will be held in the Central Y. M. C. A.
rooms, Long Avenue, OuBoif, on Fri
day evening, March 11th, at 7.00. The
lecture, "Explosives," will be delivered
by Clarence Hall, expert In charpo Ex
plosive Section, U. S. Geological Sur
vey, Pittsburgh, Pa., and will be suit
ably Illustrated by stereoptlcon views.
Mr. Hall has also promised to bring
some of the most approved apparatus
from tbe testing station along with
blm. As the lecture Is free it is hoped
that those Interested In such work will
try and attend, as tbe lecture is bound
to prove full of Interest to mining men.
$25,000 Baseball Sensation.
The Pittsburgh Dispatch announces
that It has secured the right to publish
serially, commencing next Monday, the
book which Cbrlsty Mattbewson has
written, entitled "Won In the Ninth."
Every fan knows that Mattbewson is
the world's greatest baseball pitcher
and he Is a member of the New York
Several weeks ago the newspapers
and magazines all over the country
were printing articles about Mattbew
son writing a book and baseball en
thusiasts have been looking forward to
a great treat, but not anticipating that
an opportunity of reading the story in
a newspaper would be offered. How
ever, The Pittsburgh Dispatch, ever on
the alert for the "best always," sur
prises the public with tbe good news
that will enable everyone to read the
great story before the book is put on
sale. No fan should miss It, and to be
sure of reading It you had better notify
your newsdealer now. Remember the
date of the opening chapter is next
Monday, March 14th.
Reynoldsvllle, Pa., Feb. 28, 1010.
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Reynoldsvllle Brick & Tile Co.
will be held at the office of the company
at their works in Winslow township,
Jefferson Co., at 2 o'clock p. m., Tues
day, April 5, 1010, for the election of
directors and the transaction of anv
other business that may properly come
before that body.
Clyde C. Murray, Secretary.
Good Weather After St. Patrick's Days.
The Pittsburgh Oazrttc-Twus said
yesterday: "The temperature will
gradually rise and continue warm for
several days, but the weather man will
make no definite prediction as to how
long it will last, as he fears to antici
pate the conditions that may vary
greatly between now and St. Patrick's
day. But after March 17 the Hon will
be chased to his lair and the lamb will
then be free to gambol on tbe green."
It Saved His Leg.
"All thought I'd lose mv psr. wrltna
J. A. Swensen, of Watertown, Wis.
"Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors
could not cure, had at last laid me im.
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it,
sound ana well." Infallible for skin
eruptions, eczema, salt rbeum, bolls
fever sores, burns, scalds, cuts and
piles. 25o at H. L. McEntire's.
Stoke & Feicht Drug Co. guarantees
Ml-o-na tablets to promptly relieve
after-dinner distress, and cure In
digestion, or money back. Large box
The long wearing shoe for the lonr.
beaded man Walk-Overs. $3 60 and
$4 00. Adam's Boot Shop.
If you have anything to sell, try
oar Want Column
Sherwood and Beuson at the Family
Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights of this week In a comedy and
talking act, which Is a. ''Merry Ming
ling of Mirth and Music."
If you are not on the sunny side,
Walk Oyer price $3.50 and $4 00.
The nub of railroading is first-clans equipment and re
liable service. The Pennsylvania Kailroad provides this
for the public. For many months big all-steel coaches,
built like Dreadnaughts, have been operated on all through
trains. Their easy riding qualities and steadiness of motion
have been widely praised. The all-steel dining cars too
have distinct advantages over the wooden ones. They are
stronger and steadier, rind the act of eating is made more
enjoyable by the smoother movement.
There are also some steel Pullman cars combined par
lor smokers and bnggnge in. the service now. Travelers
like them. They have plenty of elbow room and they
glide over the rails. The sleeping cars are coming. Some
lour hundred parlor and sleeping cars will be in use by
These steel coaches and cars are the strongest vehicles
ever built for passenger transportation. They are fire
proof, hteak proof and bend proof. They represent the
climax of safety and the perfection of comfort in railroad
The Pennsylvania Railroad has always been the leader
in all manner of improved equipment as well as in all
methods of making their patrons more comfortable This
is why it is known and honored as The Standard Kailroad
Easter Garments Made to Measure
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We show all the new styles, all the new fabrics of the American Ladies Tailoring Co,,
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All Done Right at Home.
We have in our store now the Spring Port
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the leading concern in its line.
In this book there are shown, in actual
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spring. There are G6 separate styles the
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We also show samples of 238 fabrics, all
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An experienced fitter in our store takes all
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The tailors who make the garments have
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You will not be asked to accept it.
But you will be more than satisfied. You
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The work is all done by the best of man
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Kayser, one of the masters of this craft. Not
a garment is sent out by the American Ladies
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The Amazing Prices.
The American Ladies Tailoring Co. makes
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We will show you suits which will be made
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$45.00. Coats from $8.00 to $30.00.
Dresses, $9.50 to $30.00. Capes from $9.50
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These prices will average not more than
one-half the usual prices of ladies' tailors. Yet
no one can offer you anything better than
you can secure in this way.
See Our Styles and Fabrics.
We have ready to show you 66 styles and
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No garment requires more than ten days
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if you decide on a garment we can have it
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