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Offers exceptional advantages for the loca
tion of new Industries I Kree factory Bites,
cheap and abundant fuel, direct shipping
facilities and Ion freight rates and plentiful
upply of laborers.
lias modern schools and churches, pared
streets, water, gas and electric accommoda
tions, convenient trolley service, high and
healthful location, varied employment for
labor and manyother residential advantages.
REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 30, 1910.
scape From Fire Friday
Has a $50,000 Fire In Heart
Of Business District
Brockwayvlllt) bad a t'0,000 fire
Thursday night, which compluted the
work of destruction in the square
partially burned about six weeks ago.
It Is supposed to hare been of In
cendiary origin. The Are leveled the
business center of the village and Is
a terrlfio blow to the property owners,
many of whom carried but partial In
surance. The -borne fire department
was unable to check the flames and
a company from DuBoIs was rushed to
the scene. The Are started at ten
o'clock p. m. and was not checked until
three In the morning. The heavy
B. E. Taylor gents' furnishing, new
Walker furniture store, until re
cently owned by Hutchinson Brothers
of DuBoIs, 12,000.
Squire Pelt, $300.
I. O. O. F. hall, Including K. of P.
and ' Red Men quarters and para
ph renal la, 1(1,000.
Record printing office, just repaired,
A. HempBeld, undertaker, $000.
W. P. Burchflold, restaurant, just
W. H. Olmstrad, groceries, just re
Daley building, vacant, $300. ,
Mrs. M. L. Hewitt, resldenoe, $1,000.
John Hobln, owner of I. O. O. F
hall and Hewitt residence, $0,000.'
Filing N mination Papers.
. Inquiry has been made as to the date
for filing nomination papers for pri
maries on June 4th. All such inquiries
are met with the Information that the
last day for filing such papers will be
. May 7th, and they must be In the office
of the secretary of the commonwealth
by midnight of that date. The papers
are then certified to the county com
missioners, and after the election they
are returned to the state department
and then again returned to the county
for the purpose of preparing the nallot
for the general election.
' If you own a Hyomel Inhaler, Stoke
Felcht Drug Co. will sell you a bottle
of Hyomel (liquid) for only 60 cents.
Guaranteed to cure catarrh and all
throat troubles or money back. Com
plete outfit $1.00.
Walk-Over shoes for every occasion.
Price $3.50 to $5.00. Adam's Boot
A Statement of Facts Backed
by a Strong Guarantee
We guarantee immediate and
positive relief to all sufferers from
constipation. In every case where
our remedy fails to do this wo will
supply it free. That's a frank state
ment of facts, and we want you to
substantiate them at our ri.sk.
Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, ef
fective, dependable and safe bowel
regulator, strengthener and tonic,
that are eaten like candy. They re
establish, nature's functions in a
quiet, easy way They do not cause
any inconvenience, griping or nau
sea. They are so pleasant to take,
and work so easily, that they may
be taken by any one at any time.
They thoroughly tone up the whole
system to healthy activity. They
have a most beneficial action upon,
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpass
able and ideal for the use of chil
dren, old folks and delicate persons.
We cannot too highly recommend
them to all sufferers from any form
of constipation and its attendant
evils. That's' why we back our
faith in them with our promise of
money, back if they do not give en
tire satisfaction. Two sizes: 12
tablets 10 cents and 36 tablets 25
cents. - Remember you can obtain
Rexall Remedies only at The
1 Stoke & Feioht Drug Company.
gTJGHES & FLEMING. '
Main Street. . ReynoldsviHe, Pa
Hope Fire Company Called to
Save Property Loss and
The glass plant aud several dwelling
houses on the bill south of Roynolds
villehad a narrow escape from destruc
tion by fire Friday afternoon and were
saved only by the prompt response of
Hope Fire Company to the alarm given
by the whistles at the plants threatened.
The fire started near the stool plant
and swept over the dry grass and old
stumps with extraordinary speed, aided
by a high wind. Before its seriousness
was realisied It hnd ranched the storage
house of the Star glass plant and one
corner was on (1 ro. Hose belonging to
the glass company soon quenched the
(lames there andshortly after the local
firemen arrived on the scone to save
the threatened dwellings. Half a hun
dred men and boys carried the hose
from place to place over several acres
of land and extinguished the burning
stumps. A private hose of the Ameri
can Silk Company protected the rear of
that plant and Thos. E. Evans bad his
crew of men out fighting back the
flames from his place. The Brick and
Tile company and Blaw company plants
were not In danger, but part of the
crews at each placo were sent to help
fight the onward rush of the fire.
Instructions Issued to Super
visors by State Department.
Supervisors, in whose townships
state highways pass, are boing advised
by the State Highway Department
to pay particular attention to the roads
this spring if they desire them not to
disintegrate. They must have proper
repairs or the money spent upon them
will be lost. In an interview with the
state engineer some facts relative to
the care of macadam were learned. - In
the first place It may not be generally
understood that, although built with
state aid, the care and perservatlon of
a state highway devolves wholly on the
township through which It passes. In
too many instances, after a highway
has been scoured the view taken seems
to be that it Is going to last forever,
whereas, the engineer says, to protect
a piece of macadam and make the road
lasting, constant attention Is necessary.
Otherwise what might be a fine and
permanent improvement will speedily
go to pieces, bringing a yery poor re
turn for all the money Invested. The
first repairs, the engineer says, should
be put on the highway six months after
It Is thrown open to travel. Thereafter
at the end of every year repairs should
A Man ol Iron Nerve.
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 H. L. McEntlre's.
Lace Curtains and Portiers
Are our specialty,, but we. carry the
Elrsch lace curtain and over drape
rods, both single and double; also por
tier and sash curtain rods.
C. R. Hall.
Leonard Harris, who has won quite
a reputntlon as reader with the Glee
club of Allegheny college, will recite
at the musical In the Baptist church,
March 31st. Leonard is the eon of Mr.
and Mrs. George Harris, of this place.
A great variety in men's and boy's
dress shirts at bargain prices. A.
Prof. Dickey will play the organ at
the musicale In the Baptist church
March 31st. '
Stomach misery, gas and Indigestion
are promptly relieved and permanently
cured with Ml-o-na stomach tablets;
50c at Stoke & Feioht Drug Co. on
money back plan. ...
- Our store is full of bargains and all
we want Is that you come In and ex
amine our stock for yourself. Then you
will be convinced of tbe great bargain!
we offer. A. Katzen,
I Second Industrial
j! Excursion Thurs
I day Afternoon
All the business men of
S ReynoldsviHe, and any
jjj others who may desire
jjj to join them, are request-
X cd to meet in the Business .
Men's Association rooms
j afternoon at 2 00 o'clock
jjj sharp, for the purpose of
Jj visiting the industries of
J ReynoldsviHe and West
J ReynoldsviHe which were
J not on the line of march
J three weeks ago. An in-
j teresting and pleasant
trip has been planned.
I The visit to the steel
plant and fiye other in-
i dustries a few week9 ago
$ was one of the notable
events of the year come
out to-morrow and make
this excursion bigger still.
See for yourself whatyour
I business depends upon. jj
The Falls Creek
Settled By a Compromise, with
B., R. & P. Company.
The fight between the citizens of
Falls Creek and the B., R. & P. R'y
over the latter securing the publlo
water supply ot the town for its pro
posed 'new reservoir has Been satis'
An agreement was made and signed
by the attorneys representing v the
several interests in which the court
is instructed to hand down a deoree
.hat tbe B.. R. & P, company shall
release from their reservoir on Kyle
as soon as completed the maximum
amount of 50,000 gallons dally for the
use of the borough at the demand of
council. Provided tbe borough' shall
have expended 112,000 on a water plant,
or built a reservoir of 10,000,000 ca
pacity. The B.. R. & P. is to pay all
costs In the case lnoludlng the at
torneys' fees; that tbe citizens are not
to file any bill of costs.
Rev. A. J. Meek attended the morn
ing exercises In Assembly hall on Fri
day. Room 15 set a good example for the
schools on Friday afternoon. Every
pupil was present.
Miss Black spent Easter at her home
Miss McEntee was called home Sun
day by the deatn of her cousin. She Is
expected to return Wednesday.
Prof. Rife and family visited friends
In DuBoIs Saturday.
Miss Elvira Johnston taught Room
10 on Monday in tbe absence of Miss
McEntee. ' '
A lecture on birds and flowers Is
booked for the 8th of April.
The county superintendent will hold
a high school entrance examination in
Room 15 of the ReynoldsviHe school
building ou Saturday i April 2nd. , The
examination is held for the benefit of
pupils outside the borough of Reynolds
viHe who wish to attend the Reynolds
viHe high school next year. '
The freshman class lost another mem
ber this week Eugene Campbell. His
parents have moved to Indiana.
You Want a New Rug.
We have royal wlltons, body brus
sels, velvets, tapestries, crex, fiber and
wool fiber rugs. All sizes and prices.
C. R. Hall. .
The Peoples Bargain store offers
great bargains In men's, boys' and
children's up-to-date shoes. A. Katzen.
"A more interesting, Instructive and
eloquent address than McKinley's 'Sail
ing an Unknown Sea has seldom been
heard. New Cumberland Independent,
W.Va. Hear it Friday evening In the
Presbyterian ohnrch.. ,
Pla-Mate shoes for the children in
gun metal, patent and tan. Price 11.50
and 1175. Adtfh'a Bcot Shop. . v
Why Oo So Far For News?
A DuBoIs paper stated last Thursday
"that trains on the Allegheny Division
j of the P. R. R. between Oil City and
Fbilllpston are now being moved by
telephone orders. The service has
proven so satisfactory in every way
that there is little doubt but that it
will eventually supplant the use of tbe
Morse instrument of this railroad."
' Why go so far away from borne for
news? Trains between DuBoIs and
Red Bank, on the Low Grade Division
of the P. R. R., have been run by
telephone orders for at least three
To the Business Men's Asso
ciation Friday Evening.
J. A. Bollman, the "Booster Man"
from Iowa, addressed the Business
Men's Association last Friday evening
on the general subject of "getting to
gether" to work for local Interests
Bollman makes a profession of or
ganizing boards of trade in towns
where the publlo spirit has become
dormant and be gave series of illustra
tions and Instances of good results ac
complished by "working together."
Many of his Ideas were effectually car
ried out by tbe local Association long
ago, but others, such as the methods
employed by Delaware, Ohio, to pre
vent outside merchants from robbing
the little town of its commercial life,
were well received.
The various heads of Boll man's ad
dress wore: Harmonizing tbe warring
factions in a town; fighting the mall
order houses; the effect of the parcels
post; the need of paying cash for farm
produce; the necessity of advertising
if the local merchant would succeed;
and the value of working together at
"A whirl of eloquent speech," says
the teubenville Star, referring to Dr.
McKinley's "Sailing an Unknown Sea,"
whloh will be delivered in the Presby
terian church Friday evening.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
State Livestock Sanitary Board.
Regulation relating to dogs in
BORO OF REYNOLDSVILLE AND
Theattentlon of all owners of dogs
in the above described district Is called
to tbe following order of quarantine of
dogs adopted by the State Livestock
Sanitary Board, March 20, 1910. Dog
owners are warned that disregard of
this notice may lead to the destruction
of their dogs and that they themselves
may be proceeded against legally.
S. H. Gilliland,
Harrisburg, Pa., March 26, 1010.
Whereas, There Is reason to be
lieve that the disease known as rabies
or hydrophobia exists in Borough of
ReynoldsviHe and Wlnslow township
and the nature of this disease Is Buch
that for the present all dogs, within
certain limits, must be suspected of
being capable of spreading it.
It is Hereby Ordered, by authority
ot the State Livestock Sanitary Board
under the provisions of the Act of
March 27th, 1003, that all dogs in
the above described district are hereby
deolared to be in a state of quarantlno,
and must be strictly confined or firmly
secured on the premises of their
owners, and not allowed to run at
large or enter public highways ex
cepting when led or when muzzled
with a well fitting muzzle that will
effectually prevent biting.
This quarantine shall remain in force
for 100 days from the date hereof or
until removed by the State Livestock
Attention is called to the following
seotlons of the above mentioned Act:
Section 3. Should dogs be permitted
to run at large, or escape from restraint
or confinement, or to go without
muzzle, In violation of the quarantine,
or regulation, or order, established by
the State Livestock Sanitary Board to
restrict the spread of rabies, or hydro
phobia, as provided by this act, suoh
dogs may be secured and confined, or
they may be shot or otherwise
destroyed, and the owner or owners
thereof shall have no claim against tbe
person so doing.
Section 4. Any persons violating
the provisions of this7 act or of a
quarantine, or of a regulation or order
to restrain, confine or muzzle dogs, duly
established by the State Livestock. Sani
tary Board for the purpose of restrict
ing the spread of rabies, or dydro
phobla, In the manner provided In the
other seotlons of this act, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor; and
upon conviction shall forfeit and pay
a fine of ..not . less than ten dollars nor
more than one hundred dollars, at the
discretion ot the court.
Anti-Spitting Law To Be
Enforced In ReynoldsviHe
Arrests Will Be Made By the
Police and Full Fines Will
In spite of printed warnings and re
quests, of sermons and editorials, the
disgusting habit of Bpltting on the
sidewalks continues prevalent in Reyn
oldsviHe. Filthy as It 1b a certain
class, either through habit or contempt
for the law against it, disregard utterly
pleadings and threats, and tbe local
officials have decided to literally en
force the law and arrest every person
caught in tbe act of spltt'ng on the
sidewalk. The State Department of
Health Is looking Into the matter and
have reminded local authorities of their
duties In the matter. There is a hoavy
fine attached to the offense and those
who have no regard for the unsanitary
aspect of spitting on the sidewalk may
have more respect for tbelr purse after
after appearing before the chief bur
gess. John S. Barr
Was Best Known Politician
In the County.
John S. Barr, the veteran politician
of Brookvllle, died at bis home Thurs
day morning In his eighty-fifth year.
Mr. Barr was born in 1825 In Centre
county but came to Jefferson county
when a youth. His first office was that
of constable In Union township, fol
lowed in 1872 by an election to the
office of sheriff of Jefferson county. In
1895 he was chosen register and
recorder of the county, and re-elected
at the close of his term. In 1005, when
in his eightieth year Mr. Barr again
entered tbe political arena to contest
for tbe office of county commissioner,
and through the wide acquaintance and
knowledge of practical politics, won
out over a number of younger men.
Between his terms of office Mr. Barr
was engaged In many different lines of
business, In many different localities,
having conducted hotels In Brookvllle,
DuBoIs, PunxBUtawney and Pittsburgh.
During the civil war he served a year
in the 67th Pennsylvania Volunteer
Infantry. Possibly no man In Jefferson
county was better known to the voters
or had more personal friends.
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 cure, had at last laid me up.
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured It,
sound ana well." Infallible for skin
eruptions, eczema, salt rheum, boils,
fever sores, burns, scalds, cuts and
piles. 25o at H.' L. McEntlre's.
Bates: One cent per word for each and
Wanted Balod straw wheat or
oats. Write P. O. Box 773, Reynolds
viHe. For Rent Small house In rear of
Frank's Tavern. Inquire of Mrs. L.
Eggs for Hatching From winter
laying Rhode Island Rede; also white
Leghorns and Black Minorca?; fifty
cento. G. G. Williams.
For Sale A fresh cow. Inquire ot
F. E. Shumaker, R. D. No-1, Reynolds
Wanted Girl to do general house
work. Inquire of E. Nell.
Wanted To buy a second hand In
cubator. Icquire of S. J. Burgoon.
Eggs for Hatching Thorough
bred barred Plymouth Rocks. T. H.
Stevenson, Route 2, ReynoldsviHe.
For Sale Two mares. Inquire of
G. M. Rea.
For Sale Light team: 1200 lbs. In
quire Fred Goes, Falls Creek.
F r Sale One six room house and
two lots, with good spring of living
water; located on 13th street. Price
1000. Also one six room house and
extra large lot; located on Tenth st.
Price 1800. Inquire of A. T. McClure
For Sale One three and a halt
wagon. May be seen in Mrs. Zeltler's
barn or inquire of E. Conrad, Ploassnt
Of the Finances of Winslow
Township for Year Ending
March 7th, 1910.
Thoi. Wood, Frank Hillli and J. M. Norrli,
To nm't work rouri duplicate 8,2:i4 20
' cash " " 1,397 78
Improve. " 2,6(8 (XI
" borrowed money .... 4,t00 00
By nm't road tax worked out 1,399 14
" work rotiti tax turned
over to Trend " 1,835 00
By am't cash rod tux turned
over to treasurer 1,397 78
By Hm'l improved tux turned
over to treastiror , 2,648 00
By am't borrowed money .... 4.000 00
1 1,279 m 11,279 98
To am't received from I'lne-
To am't ree'd f'm Hale of tile.
" twp. bouse rente
" tax collected...
By am't 31 days salary as Sup.
" paid to (Jo. Corn
" " for scoop
" " O. M. McDonald
' due Frank HIHIm, nal'ry
To um't ree'd twp. limine rent
" due J.M. Norrls, sal'y
By am't 21 day sulary as
supervisor, 11.50 O.. .
By nm't car fare ....
" paid on Inst
To am't due on salary
By am't of 20 days service as
supervisor, $1.50 C
By am t car fare
Stale Road Improvtmtnt Fund.
To am't of duplicate 2,048 00
" borrowed money 4,000 00 . -
pi niu uaiu w Hin ouii 01,1.10
road 6,041 VI
By am't paid to Co Com. on
state road 20 II
By am't Interest paid 200 00
" 6 rebate . . 70 81
" ret'd to Oo. Comm'ra. 60 SS
" exonerations 61 95
" treas. at 1!4 36 8S
By balance due from treas... 155 75
16,648 00 16,648 00
Xo am't work on roads for ,
wblcb no time sheets were
furnished by road mast'ra 415 05
By am't orders Issued by road
supervisors for work on
roads Issued on time bills
to cover the above acc't... 415 OS
1415 05 1415 09
Amos Strouse, Treasurer, f
To am't work road tax ree'd
Dev. 1. I U00 ... 1.835 06
TT i . ..i. .1 .... It , onn 9a
&l Mil l uim.ii njnu uu)jiii;ia. j.ovi 10
" Imuroved r'd tax dun 2.648 OO
- rec d from liquor 11c. 180 00
" " sp. road tax.
" " Co. Com. on
To am't bal. due Tr. Strouae.
By am't old orders redeemed 160 S3
new " 5,991 SI
" 6 rebate on work
road tax 67 (3
By am't 6$ rebate on cash
road tax 22 33
By am'tS rebate oo lmprov.
road tax 70 81
By am't treas. at 1 'it 92 33
due Amos htrouse,
treas., at last settlement. 60 07
6,468 53 6,468 53
Amoi Strouse, Collector.
To am't work road tax ree'd
Nov. 1, 11109 1,835 06
To am't cash road tax dupl.. 1397 78
lmprov. " 2,648 00
" lluuor licenses 180 00
" ree'd from Co. Com . 96 75
" ' as special tax. 8 79
" due from Collector
last settlement . 1,480 47
By am't of treasurer's rec'ts 6,135 34
By am't S rebate on work
road tax 67 69
By am't ft'i rebate on cash
road tax 22 31
By am't 6$ rebate Improve.
road tax 70 8t
By am't of exoneration on
work road tax 77 19
By am't of exonerations on
cash road tax 172 OS
By am't of exonerations on
Improve, road tax tl 93
By am't returned on work
road tax 77 43
By am't returned on cash
road tax 13 64
By am't returned on lm-
Brov. road tax 60 55
ial. due f'm Col. Strouse 865 W
7,646 83 7.648 ii
Financial Statement of Window Townihlp
For the year ending March 7, 1910.
By amount due from Amos
Strouse, collector 865 92
To am't of borrowed money,
road fund Imp..
To am't due road supervisor
To am't overdraft Treas.
To am't of outstanding orders
" of actual Indebted
ness ot township
We, the auditors of Wlnslow township, here
by certify that we have examlaed the above
accounts and believe the same to be correct
as stated for the year 10-10k.
, - W. J. MORRHOil, t Kt.aihnr-
176 83 , 76 83
139 60 39 60