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0 A. rrEPlIKNSON, Editor and Pub.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 0, 1909.
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a., kp second class mallmatter.
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A Little ol Everutnlnq.
The boys were playing marbles last
Argument court was held In Brook
vllle this week.
The B. P. O. Elks will elect new
officers this evening.
Ten divorce cases In argument court
at Brookvllle this week.
A number of town people have been,
and others are now, tussling with an
attack of grip.
Thomas D. Hoon opened his new
grocery at the corner of Main and
Fourth streets last Saturday.
Mrs. L. M. simmons entertained a
number of lady friends at her home on
Hill street last Thursday afternoon.
Some of the Grangers of this section
' are at Baxter to-day attending the
! Jefferson County Pomona Grange No.
I Miss Hallle Burns has recovered
I from a fifth attack of appendicitis. She
will likely undergo an operation in the
Tickets for Dr. J. Bell Neff lecture
March 10, are on sale at Hunter &
1 Milliren's meat market and by scholars
of the M. E. Sunday school.
Prof. W. E. Kunselman, of this place,
principal of the Prescottvllle public
schools, will be assistant principal of
the Sigel Normal Aoademy this spring.
Mrs. J. L. Graham and Miss Georgia
Corbett entertained a number of lady
friends at a Fancy Work party Wed
nesday afternoon at their home on
The Baptist Foreign Missionary
Society will meet at the home of Mrs.
Dr. J. H. Murray Thursday evening,
March 10, at 8.00 o'clock. Refresh
ments at 10.00.
Trolley on Sykesvllle line jumped the
track near theSoldler coke ovens Sat
urday afternoon and delayed traffic on
that line about two hours, just the busy
time on pay day.
Dr. A. J. Meek, 'of Reynoldsvllle, and
Rev. S. D. Waidrop, of Falls Creek, are
holding a series of meetings in Rathmel
and have met with fair success in
In making mention last week of the
conveutlon of the'Bee Keepers' Associ
ation at Summerville we should have
stated that Dr A. J. Meek was elected
vice-president of the Association.
Burton Hoover, son of Dr. B. E.
Hoover, who was twelve years old last
Wednesday, March 2nd, was given a
birthday party. It is hardly necessary
, to add that the lads present bad a jolly
George C. Hunter, of the Hunter &
-Mllliren meat market, has been laid up
several days with appendicitis. This is
the second attack. P. S. Hauck is as
sisting in the market during Mr. Hunt
Twenty-five couple attended the P.
O. S. of A. banquet at City Hotel last
Friday evening. Some of the banquet
ers say this waa the best ever. Mine
Host Wiley has spread some good ban
quets before, but this outdone all others
at that hotel.
THE NEW THEATRE.
Will.Not be Opened Until After Easter
o Work is Being Pushed Along, j
The Adelphi Theatre, the new play
house which the proprietor, M. M.
Fisher, expected to open March 17tb,
St. Patrick's Day, will not be ready
to open until after Eastor. Mr. FiBher
is having the work pushed along as
rapidly as possible, but it requires more
time for getting scats, dec, in than was
counted on. As previously Btated in
The Stak, this will be a magnificent
theatre when completed. Mr. FiBher
1b having everything done in a first
class manner, sparing no expense to
make it a safe, and .substantial theatre.
Dr. MuKinley's household goods were
hauled from P. R. R. freight station
to tho Presbyterian parsonage on Mon
day. A musical entertainment will be giv
en in the Baptist church Thursday ev
ening, March 31st. Benefit of church.
Don't forget the date.
Sherwood and Benson will appear
at the Family Theatre Thursday even
ing of this week, March 10. Don't miss
it. Music and mirth.
Mrs. Cora and Mrs. Margaret Mitch
ell will give a Fancy Work party
at home of the former on Grant street
At a meeting- of the Presbyterian
Work Society yesterday it was decided
to hold a reception for Dr. R. A.
McKinley and family on Friday night
of next week.
For Representative in the General
Assembly, Elmer E. Beck, of Punxsu
tawney. Subject to the action of the
Democratic voters of Jefferson county
at the June primaries.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Koehler attend
ed the annual banquet of the DuBols
District Staff of the Prudential In
surance Company held at the Hotel
DuBols in DuBois last Wednesday even
ing. Arthur F. O'Donnell and Miss Elvle
L. Deemer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Deemer, of Wlnslow township,
were united in marriage Sunday morn
ing at the M. E. parsonage by Rev.
John F. Black.
Rev. Joseph E. Kirkwood, of this
place, preached in the BaptiBt church
at Sykesvllle last Sunday morning and
evening in the absence of the regular
pastor, Rev. G. T. Schools, who was
called to Virginia to attend the funeral
of a brother.
Adrian Iselln, Jr., speaking of the
supply of coal In the properties con
trolled by the Buffalo, Rochester &
Pittsburgh R'y, says: "Its extent has
been tested- by diamond dril'ing, and
the coal will laBt between seventy-five
and one hundred years."
At the regular weekly meeting of the
Utopia Society Monday evening the
following officers were elected for en
suing year: President, Mrs. C. R. Hall;
Vice President, Mrs. V. R. Pratt; Sec
retary, Mrs. Jas. A. McCrelght; Treas
urer, Mrs. 'Henry C. Delble; Referee,
Mrs. Jas. W. Gillespie.
A party of Reynoldsvllle people con
sisting of P. G. Burkbart and wife,
P. W. Yeaney and wife, Mrs. Ed. Ohls,
Mrs. S. M. Gourloy, Mrs. L. O.
Gourley, Mrs. Ella Frederick and
Mrs. David Sowers spent last Wednes
day at the borne of L. F. Hetrick
and wife in Washington town
ship. They were finely entertained
and enjoyed the outing.
Rev. Charles E. Rudy, pastor of the
Trinity Lutheran church of Reynolds
vllle, preached in the Lutheran church
at DuBois Sunday morning, and Rev.
R. G. RdBenbauro, of Monaca, Mission
ary Superintendent, preached in the
Lutheran church here Sunday morning.
Rev. Roedcr, of Butler, has accepted a
call to the pastorate of the Lutheran
church In DuBois.
About twenty-five years ago a group
picture of the members of the M. E.
Aid Society was taken, and about the
same time a group picture of the mem
bers of the Women's Relief Corps was
taken. Mrs. Johanna Anderson, who
died in Erie last week and was burled
in a Reynoldsvllle cemetery, was the
first one in the Aid Society group to
die and the firth in the W. R. C. group
John Heemer, Mrs. David Pierce and
Mrs. George Sprague were at North
Point, Indiana oounty Friday attending
the funeral of a relative, Mrs. Jesse
Hicks. Mrs. Hicks, who was 31 years
old, died oh Monday, Feb. 28. Pneu
monia was cause of ber death. She
is survived by ber husband and three
children. The funeral was delayed on
account of waiting for a brother to
come from the west.
The funeral of Mrs. Johanna Ander
son was held at the home of C. O.
Anderson Thursday asternoon, con
ducted by Rev. John F. Black. Inter
ment was made in the Reynoldsvllle
cemetery. The following out of town
relatives attended the funeral; J. K.
Hartman, wife, two sons, Elbert and
Clinton, and daughter, Ethel Hartman,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gruseck, Miss
Myrtle Fry, Allegheny, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Portlnier and three children,
of Erie, Pa.
mrs McClelland dead.
Died at Home of Her Daughter, Mrs.
' Thomas Tappet , Early Saturday
At' 3.00 a. m. on Saturday, Mroh
5, 1910, Mrs. Susannah McClelland de
parted this life at the home of bur
daughter, Mrs. Thomas Tappnr, on
Main Btreet. Funeral i.orvice whs held
at the Tapper resldnnue at 10 00 a.
m. Monday, conducted by Rev. Jonn
F. Black, and inb.-ntient was made In
Reynoldsvlllo cenieti ry beside husband
of deceased, who died December 18,
Susannah Powell whs born near
Reodsburg, Clarion county, Pa.. Janu
ury 22, 1820, and wuc 81 years, 1 month
and 11 days old at time of di-nth.
February 22, 1848, -he was united In
marriage to Elisba E. McClelland, of
Centre Co., Pa. Unto them eleven
children were born, five of whom have
crossed over to the Ettmol Land. One
son and five daughters survive. The
son, who has not been heard from for
about five vears, was then located at
Minneapolis, Wis. The daughters, who
all resided in or near Reynoldsvllle,
are: Mrs. Math Mohney, Mrs. Edward
J. Schult.e, Mrs. Edward Swenson,
Mrs. Thomas Tapper und Mrs. J.
Mrs. McClelland was a consistent
member of the M. E chut ch at Squirrel
Hill, Pa., for 61 jiars. Her last
testimony was that she was trusting
In God, and all was well with her soul.
It Cost to Keep Roads Open.
Last Saturday the treasurer of Wins
low township paid orciiv s amounting to
over four hundred dollars for shoveling
snow out of the public roads In the
township during tho month of Feb
ruary. Skull Crushed by Rock.
David Duff, foreman of the Ramsey
town mines, had his skull crushed by a
rock last Wednesday afternoon. Duff
was In an abandoned room In the mines
when miners In an adjoining room put
off a blast without knowing that Mr.
Duff was in the vicinity. A large piece
of rock struck Mr. Duff on the head,
crushing his skull and killing him in
stantly. Married in Pittsburgh.
Frank C. Wiley, son of William
Wiley, Sr., of Reynoldsvllle, and Miss
Maud Bowser, of Klttannlng, niece of
Dr. A. H. Bowser, were married at
the home of the bride's Bister in
Pittsburgh on Monday, February 28th,
and were in Reynoldsvllle Friday. They
came to this place on noon train and
returned to Klttannlng on 4.38 p. m.
train same day. Mr. Wiley is em
ployed In Klttannlng.
Candidate for Assembly.
Hon, Henry I. Wilson, of Big Run,
who once represented Jefferson county
at Harrisburg with credit, was in Reyn
oldsvllle Monday. Mr. Wilson will be
a candidate at the June primary tor the
Republican nomination for assembly
and In view of has experience in past
campaigns and well known merit his
candidacy will no doubt be a factor of
exceptional weight in deciding the re
sult. Boy Died from Injuries.
Walter Calderwobd, littte-rrephew of
Mrs. Dr. J. B. Neale, who was torrlbly
Injured on a railroad crossing at Kane
on February 19th, by having his left
leg crushed so badly that it was neces
sary to amputate the leg close to the
hip joint, died in the Kane hospital at
5.30 Tuesday afternoon of last week.
Walter, who was nine years old, bad
put up a brave fight for his life, and
was apparently gaining slowly, but
death finally won out.
Mrs. Neale went to Kane Wednesday
to attend the funeral, which took place
Like Tinkling of Bells.
The New York Herald in comment
ing on Senator Robert L. Taylor's
lecture in New York City on "Dixie,"
says: "He has, too, the happy knack
of dialect, and bis stories of the negro
quarters were in consequence artistio
gems. The wonderful versatility of
the man can hardly be overestimated.
From tbe broadest humor he jumped
in a flash to the highest eloquence. He
talked in dialect and blank verse, re
cited statistics, and then sang plan
tation Bongs. Between songs the for
mer Governor would start off on a
picturesque description of the charms
of the south. It was like the tinkling
of bells, tbe rippling of running water,
and the audience seemed to regret the
ending when be bowed and retired."
At Assembly hall on Tuesday evening
of next week, March 15th.
To get the benefit of Gibson's long
experience, thorough optical education
and the latest methods of eyework met
him at Reynoldsvllle March 18th or
Brookvllle March 10th. See ad.
Tbe Knights of Golden Eagle district
re-union will be held in Reynoldsvllle
June 9th instead of June 19th, as stated
in The Stab last week.
"Fiddle and the Bow" will be the
subject of , Senator Taylor's lecture in
Assembly hall March 15.
ASTHMA CAUSED DEATH.
Mrs. M. J Sprague Died at Her Home
on Oram Street Sunday Morning.
Mrs. Matilda June bprugue, who bad
resided in Reynoldsvllle almost a half
ceniury, died at ber buroe on urant
street at 8.00 a. ra. Suuday, March 0,
1910, after one week's illness with grip.
Mrs. Sprague hud nut been in good
health for a j ear and hud been troubled
with asthma for several years, but was
able to be around until u week before
she died when she had an allack of tbe
grip which aggravated the asthma and
Mrs. Mutllda Jane Ptntz was born at
York, Pu., October 29, 1833, and was In
her 77th year nt time of death. Just
before the civil war 6he was united 'a
marriage to Hiruni Sprupue, who was
killed in tbe buttle at Fair Ouks, or
Seven Pines, In Muy, 1803.
Deceused Is survived by one daugh
ter, Mrs. James Bailey, of Rathmel
Junction, two brothers and one sister,
Joseph R. Pentz, of Reynoldsvllle,
George W. Penlz, of Altoona, Anna
Elizabeth Pentz, of DuBols. Also sur
vived by one grand daughter, Miss
Belle Wood, who lived with her grand
mother. Mrs. Sprague had been a number of
tho Methodist church for a number of
Funeral service was held at tbe fam
ily residence on Grunt Btreet at 2.00 p.
m. yesterday conducted by Rev. John
F. Bluok, assisted by Hev. Charles E.
Rudy. Interment was made in the
William Bond Died Suddenly.
William Bond. Rn old citizen of
Brock way vllle, who bud resided in that
community seventy-fiye years, dlea Sun
day morning. Deceased was born in
Adams Co., Pa , over 87 years ago.
When a lad his parei.ts moved to
Jefferson county, to the Sugar Hill
district. Mr. Bond was married to
a sister of Mr. Ninian Cooper, of Reyn
oldsyille. Mrs. Bond died seven years
ago. Mr. Cooper went to Brockway
ville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Johnston will attend the funeral at
TO Likes Washington State.
H, M. Hetrick, former citizen of
Reynoldsvllle, now llyes at Kent, King
Co., Washington, in tbe White River
Valley. Mr. Hetrick says tbe valley
Is four miles wide and one hundred
miles long, and the land is very rich
and fertile. Fruits and berries of all
kind Immense crops are raised there.
Mr. Hetrick and family are delighted
with their new home on tbe Paclflo
Injured by Fall.
nM. Montgomery, of, West Reynoldf
vllle, a passenger engineer on the P. P.
R., is compelled to take a vacation on
account of a badly Injured arm. Last
Friday night Mr. Montgomery slipped
on an Icy pavement and fell full weight
with right arm under him, Injuring
the elbow bo badly tha"t he cannot
work. It Is thought that a bone was
Will Visit the Homeland.
Mrs. Margaret Sarah, of near Soldier,
will leave to-day for South Wales,
Great Britain, where sho will spend
a month with a brother and two sisters
amid the scene of ber childhood.
Mrs. Sarah was born o Wales but loft
there almost thlrty-o!.;e years ago and
has not seen her relatlyes Blnco then.
In Philadelphia Hospital.
Benjamin J. Sykes, of Troutvllle, was
operated on in' a Philadelphia hospital
Sunday for cancer of the stomach. His
brother, George W. Sykcs, of Reyn
oldsvllle, was with him during the
operation. G. W. is expected home
Services for Sunday, March 13th,
11.00 a. m., theme, "Joy, the Natural
Condition of Life." 7.30 p. m., theme,
'Truth and Freedom."
Tbe spring 'torm of the Lock Haven
State Normal School will open April
4th. As the school is now practically
filled, those who apply early will have
the best chance of being accommodated.
This excellent school, besides maintain
ing a flrst-clasB course of study for the
training of teachers, also has depart
ments of music, elocution, art and
business. It has a well selected library
in charge of a capable librarian. Write
In many places last month my friends
came in at close of my visit. More
than I could wait on. Oblige me by
coming earlier as it takes time to do
good work. G. C. Gibson, optician.
"Hyomei has done a wonderful thing
for me. For two years I was so hoarse
that I spoke In a whisper; now I am
as well as ever. Thanks to Hyomei."
Mrs. James Spencer, Water velt, N.
Y. Stoke & Feicht Drug Co. guaran
tees Hyomei to oure catarrh or any
throat trouble. Complete outfit tl.CO;
extra bottles 50 cents.
Have a pair of ioe-oreepera fitted to
your rubbers and save yourself a broken
arm or leg. 25o at Adam's.
MRS. MALINDA LATTIMER DEAD.
She Passed Away at Her Home on Hill
Esfl- Street Sunday Funeral j r 1
(J Mrs. Mallnda Lattlmer, relict of
Samuel Lattlmer, who died twelve
years ago, died ut her home on Hill
street at 11.45 Sunday, March 6, 1910.
Her death resulted from a complica
tion of diseases. Mrs. Lattlmer had
been ill four years and been confined
to bed twenty weeks before sho died.
Although her sulfering was Intense at
times, yet she was a patient sufferor.
She was conscious up to the last mo
ments and was ready and serenely wait-'
Ing for the Death Angol to call her to
tbe Celestial City.
Mullnda Scott waa the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott. She was
born in Brookvllle October 19, 1833,
and was 70 years, 4 months and 15 days
old at time of death. She was united
In marriage to Samuel Lattlmer
December 30, 1856. Unto them one son
and fiye daughters were born. Tbe
son died in infancy. Mr. and Mrs.
Lattlmer moved to iReynoldsville in
Mrs. Lattlmer united with the
United Presbyterian church early in
life and" ever after remained a member
of that church. She was the last sur
viving member of a family of eleven
Mrs. Lattimer Is survived by five
daughters, sixteen grandchildren and
one great grandchild. Tbe surviving
daughters are: Mrs. John W. Peters,
of DuBois, Mrs. David L. Postlethwalt,
of Reynoldsvllle, Mrs. A. F. King, of
DuBols, Mrs. Edward Jennings and
Mrs. J. V. Young, of this place.
Funeral service was held at ber late
home on Hill street at 3.00 p. m.
yesterday, conducted by Rev. John F.
Black, and Interment was made in
The Original Reynoldsville Daily.
There are very few people in Reyn
oldsvllle now who remember that the
town had a dally paper over thirty
two years ago. Through the courtesy
of H. Alex Stoke we were shown Mon
day a copy of tbe "Reynolds Daily
Herald," bearing date August 19, 1878,
which was owned by W. O. Smith &
Company in Reynoldsvllle. It is a
breezy little four page sheet, made up
of short pertinent paragraphs about
home and foreign affairs which prove
tbe editor a genius of more than ordin
ary calibre. Tbe advertisements are
quite as interesting as tbe news, and
among others we notice the ads. of
Davis McCracken, grocer, M. J. Sloppy,
opera house grocer, VanLew's bakery,
Penman's grocery, and Wellendorf's
hardware. Jacob Schwem was then
proprietor of what is now Frank's
Tavern, and H. S. Belnap owned
the present City hotel. In the church
directory Rev. Father B. McGlvney's
name appears as pastor of the Catholic
churoh, and Rey. S. M. Wilkinson, of
the M. E. church. The following re
markable description of Beulah ceme
tery appears in the issue: "Reynolds
vllle is now provided with a home for
the dead, situate on the summit east
of tbe village, and so beautifully and
elegibly located that it seems to have
been designed by Nature herself for
God's Acre. Its myriad flowers will
receive the first kisses of Aurora, and
Its marble spires will stand sentinel
over the valley below, as does Mount
Olivet over the beautiful garden of
Uethsemane. Tbe spot has been
christened Beulah oemetery, suggested
by the sublime allegory of Bunyan
where he terms Beulah tbe land of
rest and quiet, lying on the hither side
ot the river of Death, where pilgrims
tarry Until their summons come to
cross over and enter the Colestiai
Struck a Rock.
Saturday evening the westbound P.
R. R. train that Is due here at 8.00
p. m. struck a rock in cut west of
Summerville and knocked pillot off of
engine, but no other damage was done.
Monday night the eastbound train due
here at 9.40 p. m. struck a land slide
near Lawsonham, in which was a large
boulder, and the engine was so badly
damaged that another engine had to
be secured to haul train to destination.
The train was two hours late at Reyn
oldsvllle. Tongue of Gold.
Bob Taylor is more than a genius in
his way, and to-day stands alone as the
great portrayer, upon the lecture plat
form, of the beauties of nature, and
delineator of the humbler character.
His is a heart of melody and a tongue
of gold. Chattanooga Times. Senator
Taylor lectures In Assembly hall on
Tuesday evening of next week, March
On Thursday evening of this week,
March 10th, Dr. J. Bell Neff, noted
lecturer, will deliver a lecture in the
M. E. church at this place under the
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. Subjeot: "Tbe
Ships that Jack Built."
"The Ships That Jack Built" at M.
E. church March 10.
atlmpses'ofj;the People who arPa
njt To and Fro.
M. Hall was in Pittsburgh over Sun
day. D. W. Atwater was at Natrona last
Harry Bryan and wife spent Sunday
at May port.
W. G. Brenholtz wbb in New Bethle
Mrs. E. H. Eick visited in Emporium
the past week. '
A. E. Dunn, of Falls Creek, spent
Thursday in town.
Dr. John H. Murray was in Phila
delphia over Sunday.
Mrs. J. Howard Neil and children
are visiting in Donora.
Mrs. H. E. Stewart visited her par
ents at Falls Creek last week.
Mrs. R. J. HUlls, of Altoona, visited
relatives In Paradise last week.
W. J. Boner Is visiting his son, Rev.
Frank Boner, at Edenboro, Pa.
Mrs.fJ. W. Chatham returned Mon
day from a visit in Lock Haven.
W. C. Eufor was called to Lock Haven
last week on account of the illness ot
Mrs. T. C. McEnteer visited ber sis
ter, Mrs. Charles McGinty, at Tyler
MissI- Ruth Rhlnes, of Brookvlllo,
visited her cousin, Miss Dorothy El
liott, last week.
Mrs. Smith M. McCreight visited
relatives in Pittsburgh and Dorry Sta
tion the past week.
Mrs. F. J. GoeDsch, of New York City,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. M. Ms
Crelght, on Hill street.
John Trudgen, Jr., wife and two
children, of East Brady, were visitors
in town tbe past week.
MIbs Nolle Elizabeth Sutter, or New
Bethebem, spent Sunday at home of
her parents in this place.
Miss Grace Clawson returned last
week from a five weeks' visit in Klttan
nlng and New Bethlehem.
Mrs. E. C. Hughes, nee Mary Tay
lor, of Chicago, III., was tbe guest of
Mrs. John Ross this week.
Prof. W. M. Rife, superintendent ot
the public schools of this borough,
spent Saturday in Brookvllle.
Mrs. S. B. Hall, of Brookvllle, visited
her sister, Mrs. S. G. Austin, in West
Reynoldsvllle the past week.
Mrs. W. P. Organ and son, William,
of Punxsutawney, are visiting at the
home of Mrs. John C. Shobert.
Mrs. W. D. Campbell, of Punxsutaw
ney, visited her mother, Mrs. Amelia
Murray, in this place last week.
Mrs. J. O. Kessler, of DuBois, visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Stiles,
in West Reynoldsvllle the paBt woek.
Miss Sadie Jones, of Pittsburgh, who
spent two months at her home in this 1
place, returned to Pittsburgh Monday.
Mrs. Frank Bates, of Vlnoland, N.
J., formerly of this place, was a guest
at home of Joseph Shaffer several days
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Brlllhart attend
ed tbe wedding of their niece, Miss
Marie Hastings, in Punxsutawney
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Hunter, of Cloe,
were called here Sunday by tbe illness
of their son, George Hunter, who has
Miss Ellen Daily, of Youngstowo,
Ohio, who visited ber parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Dailey, returned to Youngs
A. Katzen, one of our merchants, lett
here tho Bret of this week for Phila
delphia and New York to buy a new
stock of goods. y
Mrs. W. H, Weeks, of Enola, Pa.,
who visited several weeks with her
mother, Mrs. Benjamin Kline, returned
MUs Mary Millen, of Stanton, who is
attending school at Brookvllle, spent
Saturday and Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. L. O. Mellinger, in this place.
E. L. Johnston and wife, Mrs. E. L.
Evans and two daughters, Virgle and
Tee, were In Brookvllle Sunday attend
ing the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Evans.
J. B. Nichols, of Indiana, formerly a
citizen of this place, was in town Wed
nesday of last week, on his way to Kane
to attend the funeral of a nephew, Wal
Messrs. Harold Eddy, Fred Mohney,
Boyd Snyder, Misses May Eddy, Ther
essa Burns and Marlon Harris were at
Brock port several days tb.6 past week
attending a house party.
James W. Stevenson, of New York
City, is spending this week at home
of his father-in-law, M. M. Davis, Esq
in thiB place, and at home of his father,
Henry Stevenson, in Beech woods.
Arthur PhllllppI, who enlisted in the
U. S. navy over a year ago, and is on
the battleship New York, which Is now
in dock at Philadelphia, will come to
Reynoldsvllle to-morrow to spend a few
days with his mother, Mrs. B. I.
Hoover. Early next month they sail -for
the orient and will be gone at least