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Offers exceptional advantages for the loca
tion of new Industries I Free factory sites,
cheap and abundant fuel, direct shipping
facilities and low freight rate and plentiful
supply of laborers. - :'
Has modern schools and churches, paved
streeU, water, jras and electric accommoda
tions, convenient trolley service, high and
healthful location, varied employment for
labor and many other residential advantages.
REYNOLDSVILLE, PEW A.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 4, 1910.
IANQUET OF THE BUSINESS MEN'S
ASSOCIATION LARGELY ATTENDED
Affair Was Signally Successful
: And Many Prominent Men
JUDGE REED GAVE ADDRESS
The "Glad Hand" banquet of the
Business Men's Association Thursday
evening at Hotel Imperial has never
been surpassed, probably, In Reynolds
vllle in brilliance of appointments, in
number of prominent men present from
all over tbe county, and in tbe main
objeot of creating a spirit of friendship
among the citizens interested in the
varied commercial and industrial en
terprises of Reynoldsville. Covers were
laid for one hundred persons and tbe
large banquet room of the Imperial
presented an animated sight when tbe
guests, who had gathered In the parlor
on tbe second floor, marched into the
room at riine o'clock to tbe Btrains of
"The Glad Hand" march, composed by
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rroi. Artuur xi umaiud, ii j u w i u o
vllle, for the occasiou. The tabids were
richly decorated with carnations and
r loaded with the finest delioaoies obtain
able by the management.
Throughout the serving of the menu,
which required one hour and fifteen
minutes, the orchestra rendered con
tinuous music, varying from the softest
strains to tbe stirring patriotic medleys
that moved the banqueters to long ap
plause. The orchestra closed with a
"Salute to Reynoldsville" especially
appropriate to the occasion Tbe best
of feeling reigned among tbe assembled
guests and the flow of conversation
never ceased, nor the laughter that de
noted tbe happiness of those present.
When the feast was over and the
clffars had been passed Dr. Thomas F.
Nolan in a brief and well worded ad
dress introduced the toastmaster of the
bvehtrig, J. Owen Edelblute, who rose
to the occasion with a humorous and
Informal speech that harmonized "with
the spirit of tbe event. Throughout
the balance of the evening Mr. Edel
blute proved himself a master in the
duties of his office and kept the pro
gram moving smoothly, introducing
each speaker with some graceful and
It Is no disparagement to any speaker
of the fcveniog to say that tbe opening
toast, "True Greatness", by Clement
W. Flynn, Esq., was the most eloquent
effort of the event, lils fluent uom
mand of English and the genuine nobil
ity of thought displayed in the address
tnoved the barqueters to sincere ap
plause and recalled to tbeir minds the
toastmaster's introductory wordr: Tbat
the speaker was himself ''greatness per
sonified." , -m.
A quartette consisting of Arthur H
HatkinB, Frank P. Alexander, Dr. H.
B. King and Prof. I. M. Smith, fal
lowed with a selection tbat pleased to
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'Squire Patrick J. Ward, of West Reynoldsville.
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P. J. WARD RECEIVES HIS COMMISSION
AS A JUSTICE IN WEST REYNOLDSVILLE
At the February election of this year
P. J. Ward was elected as justice of the
peace for the borough of West Reyn
oldsville, Pa., and on Monday of this
week, May 2, 1910, Mr. Ward went to
Brookvllle and took the oath of office
and received bis commission from Gov
ernor Stuart to dispense law for five
Patrick J. Ward was born in Limer
ick City, Ireland, In June, 1851, and is
yet in tbe prime of life. He cime to
America in April, 1869, before be was
eighteen years old, and he has worked
in tanneries in Pennsylvania forty
years. 'Squire Ward came to West
Reynoldsville July 2nd, 1885, almost
twenty-five years ago, and has since
resided there, an honored and respeoted
citizen, upright in all his dealings, tak
ing an active part in tbe public affairs
of the borough, and filling Borne of tbe
important offioes in that municipality.
Ho was an election officer a number of
years, was president of the board of
health, servea three years as constable
and four years as tax collector, and n
thd various offices he was an efficient
and worthy officer, faithfully discharg
ing all his duties.
Politically 'Squire Ward is a Demo
crat, but on account of bis popularity,
he receives the support ot men of all
political parties when he runs for office.
'Squire Ward will have his office at
bis residence on Broad St., West Reynoldsville.
The Peoples National Bank
Continues to offer to a constantly growing body of de
positors adequate facilities and perfect service derived Irom
thirty-six years successful bankingexperience. Let us dem
onstrate to you. Interest paid on Savings Accounts, hav
ing liberal withdrawal privileges, ,
You See It Everywhere
p matter were vou S yu 31X6 sure to find buildings of all kinds'
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You will find it on Churches, Dwellings, Factories, Schools, Barns, Sheds,
Poultry Houses, and Outbuildings of all kinds.
It wears longer and costs less than shingles or metal." Will not melt, rot, crack
or rust. Proof against all kinds of weather. The most durable roofing made.
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In the Public Schools
Tbe public schools of Reynoldsville
completed another term yesterday and
tbe pupils are now out on a four month
vacatlorj The oommenoement exer
cises began last Friday evening with a
reception in the T. O. O. F. banquet
hall given the graduating class by the
undergraduates. There was a large at
tendance, a fine luncheon was served
and the voung people bad a Jolly time.
EIGTHTH GRADE ENTERTAINMENT.
On Saturday evening an entertain
ment was given In Assembly hall by
members of the eighth grade. There
was a fair attendance. Program:
8oni 1 'Love's Old Sweet Sons"
BecTtatlon Kathleene Ne&le
Declamation Vlivll Blank
Hesitation Mabel Wlsor
Recitation Mary Sterley
Recitation Hacel Sharp
Recitation Edith Keltler
Recitation Phyllis Young
Esaay Margaret McOlura
Bong The Bugler
Recitation Julia Murray
Declamation Francis Phillips
Recitation ,...Orelle Anderson
R -citation.... Favetta Rodgera
Bong Hall Columbia
BAOCALAb RE ATE SERMON
Sunday evening the baccalaureate
sermon was preached in tbe Presbyte
rian church by Dr. A. J. Bonsai I, pastor
of tbe Sandusky Avenue Baptist church
in Pittsburgh. Tbe service was an
nounced for eight o'clock but at 7.30
the church was packed full and a num
ber of people bad to return home be
cause tbey could not get into church.
Dr. Bonsall preached an appropriate and
excellent sermon from following text:
"For a great door and effectual Is open
ed unto me, and there are many adver
saries." The pulpit was nicely deco
rated. Dr. R. A. McKinley, pastor of
the church, had charge of the services.
Dr. A. J. Meek, of the Baptist, Rey. C.
E. Rudy, of Lutheran, and Rov. John
F. Black, of tbe M. E church, assisted
in the opening aud closing services'
CLASS DAY EXERCISES.
Class day exercises were held in As
sembly ball Monday evening. There
was a large attendance and the exer
cises were good. Program:
Trio "Canadian Boat Song Marker
Aldlne Reed, Annabel McClure,
Reading Ruth Johnston
Essay , Sadie Owens
Reading Dorothy Elliott
Piano Solo Qertrude Hammond
OlaaB History Jane Smith
Oration "Primus Inter Pares"
Chorus "Spring Blossoms" Valentine
Poem.., . Aldlne Reed
Prophecy ..: i.JS: Hawl MrOrelght
Donor ... .-, Charles Wlsor
The class of 1910 presented the school
with a bust of Robert Burns, the scotch
poet. Charles J. Wlsor, president of
the graduating class, made the presen
tation speech, and A. T. McClure,
member of tbe board of school direc
tors, in behalf of the board and schools,
accepted the present.
The annual commencement was held
In Assembly hall last night. Tbe attend
ance was large and the exercises were
Chorus "Voices of the Woods" . . . Rublnstel n
Salutatory "The Ideal Student '
Florence May Gray
Valedictory "Seeing Things"
Gertrude Lenore Hammond
Presentation of Diplomas.. .Dr. J. O. Payers.
Chorus "Happy Miller" Vsaile
Deputy State Superintendent of Public
Instruction Reed B. Tlelrlck.
Chorus "Anchored" Veaila
Prof, Teltrick's address was excellent
and bis many friends here were glad of
the privilege of hearing him again.
Following are the class this year:
Charles J. Wlsor, Carl A. Murray, Earl
B. Barclay, Sarah Ford, Annabell Mc
Clure, Hazel McCreight, Sadie Owens,
Maude Deter, Dorothy Elliott, Annie
Robert-on, May Carroll, Blanche Dill
man, Alverna Rltzte, Helen Schuckers,
Helen Meek, Ruth Johnston, Florence
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Notice Ib hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing betwepn George O.
Hunter and Joseph R, Mllllrvn, doing
business under tbe Arm ntime of Hunter
& Milllren, nina' market, Reynoldsville, Pa.,
has been dissolved by mutual concert,
George 0. Hunter retiring. The business
will hereufter be conducted by Joseph 11.
Milllren. All outstanding accounts are due
and payable to Hunter & Milllren and mum
be paid within thirty days. Any bills against
the old firm should oe prevented promptly.
VOU have had clothes satisfaction
preached to you ever since you have bought
your own clothes. But did you ever have satisfaction
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That's what you get in Clothcraft Clothes Guaran
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you pure wool, style and shape goes with
your Clothcraft Suit.' You take no risk
We are the only Clothcraft
store in town, and are proud of our dis
tinction. This is the only store in town
where you can get guaranteed all-wool
clothes for no more than you would pay
for common clothes.
AllWool Clothes $10to$25
Our great display of Clothcraft Clothes is now at ita best.'
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus $ 1 7 5,0 0 0.0 0
Resources . . $600,000.00
Jons H. Zauohbr, Pres.
John H. Knucher
Henry O. Delble
J. O. King Daniel Nolan
K. 0. 80HDOK RRS. Cashier
John H. Oorbet.t I .
K. H. Wilson
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April S8th, 1910. '
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