The star. (Reynoldsville, Pa.) 1892-1946, November 02, 1910, Image 1
' - y .1 . ,ii . I,., ... , , l ,. Read Hie Ads, Ten Pages VOLUME 19. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENFA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1910. NUMBER 26. L. M. SIMMONS PLACED IN CHARGE Of DUBOIS OFFICE L. M. Simmons, for almost a score of years agent for tho Oil City Gas and Fuel Supply Co., later the United Gas Co.. in Reynoldsvillo, tins been transferred to Du Bois as a result of radical changes made in ' tho mtinugemet of tho company's affairs in this part of tho tate. Tho Roy noldsvillo oftico of tho company will not 'be abolished entirely, but all the bookkeep ing hitherto done hero will hereafter be done in tho DuBois oftico, as well as that for Falls Creek, Brockwayvillo, Brookville and numerous smaller towns in this located here, as plumber for tho company ior souia time, will De transferred soon, but to where is yet uncertain. C O. Berg' of DuBols, who was once located here has been placed in charged of the company's business in Reynoldsvillo. J. P. Curry, formerly in charge of tho United Gas Company business at DuBois, v has been scut to Sharon. Mr. Simmons is now in charge at DuBois and will shortly move to that city. In his removal,1 Rey lii'ldsville will lose one of her best citizens, and local social circles one of leading spir its in tho person of Mrs. Simmons. AN OLD FAVORITE ISlOHC There is naught so rare n a grand old play. That is what Reynoldsville will have. Al, W. Martin and local manager M. M. Fisher have completed arrange ments and that gentleman will bring his revival of Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" to The Adelphl'l'hentre on Monday, Novomber 7. It has always proved a strong drawing card. Tho Martin production has been pronounced by tho press to be tho most magnificent of any ever present on the stago, the Beoncry and effects costing many thousands of dollars. Six man-eating Siberian bloodhounds trained to participate in the drama, and among the specialty features are tho original Georgia shouters and Jubilee singers who will render plantation songs, quartettes and refrains. The latest crnzo in the dance lino known as the "S'waneo Shine" will be presented, also many other features. i IOTA RELIEF DEPARTMENT. The reports of, the Relief Departments of the Pennsylvania Railroad System issued to-dny, show that during tho month of September, 1910, an average of over $11,000. per day was paid in benefits to employes of the Company or their families. Since these departments for both the Lines East nnd Wost of Pittsburgh were established tho amount paid out in benefits has " reached a total of SvlMiM.H.VI.H.V On the Lines East of Plltbnrgh and Erie during tho month of September payments to the amount of $1 In, 870. HI were made by the Relief fund. In benefits . to the families of members who died $.10,240.16 were paid, while to members incapacitated for work the bonefits amounts to $79,638.15. Tho total payments on the Lines East of Pittsburgh since the Roliof Fund was established in 1SS6 "have amounted to $21,252,183.8!).' In Sept- ember, the Relief Fund of the Pcnnsyl , vania Lines West of Pittsburgh Jaid out a total of $68,258.06, of which H0,5U6.68 were for families of members who died, nnd $.17,692.00 for members unable to work. The sum $7,941,173.46 represents the total payments of the Relief Fund of Pennsyl vania Lines West since it was established in 18M9. . 50 HEAD OF HORSES WANTED. fe. We will buy 50 head o f horses and mares of all kinds, cheap workers, old fat ones, any ngo from 5 to HO years old, sound or unsound. t - We have a market for any kind of horses or mules, any size, in fair flesh. Now s tho chance to get your old horses off bo fore winter, and wo never refuse to buy good ones as well as the common kind. Bring them in uudt we will give you all the market will afford. Will be at Burn's Livery barn, ReyholdsVille, Monday, Nov ember 14, at George Marshall's livery, Punxsutawnoy, Pa., Tuesday, November, 15. Bring thorn in before 8 o'clock. Re member places and dates. ' H. SEANOR&CO. STAR MILK ROMANCES HANDS. E. H. Bouor, a well known citizen of Sandy Valloy, has purchased the Star milk . route from Emil Persyn, who has owned it for sev.eral years. Mr. Persyn will remain on the Coax farm near Reynoldsville. Mr. Boner will add to the usual line carried a flno supply of cream and will bo in f position to furnish Reynoldsville patrons with it regularly. V. NOTICE. All porsons ' are hereby notified to not dump rubbish, waste, garbage or other material on the public road undor ponulty of the" law. By Order Supervisors of Winslow Township. FRANK HILLIS, Secretary. - The boss, politicians will tell you how to vote, but in the booth you can assert your righto by voting contrary to their corrupting influence Elmer E. Beck, for Assembly. ' MEDICAL SOCIETY MEETS. Paper Read by Dr. J, II. Murray, of Reynoldsville, on Typhoid Fever. , The Jefferson County Medical Society held its monthly meeting in the Punxsu tawney Country Club rooms yesterday, with seventeen members present. The meeting convened at 2:20, with Dr Bowser, of Roynoldsville, president of the Society, presiding. A paper on "Typhoid Fever" was read by Dr. John H. Murray, of Roynoldsville, and freely discussed by the doctors that mado up tho assemblage. . Dr. Pringle, of this place, followed Dr. Murray with an excellent paper on acute obstruction of the bowels, which was like wise discussed at length. A most elaborate buffet luncheon was then enjoyed by tho physicians. Those present were: Drs. Mills, of Big Run. secretary of the Societv: Hnnimond. j of Wishaw; Blncklock, of Eleanora; Bowsor, Murray, of Riyuoldsville; Smith, of Wnlston ; W. F. Beyer. S. Meigs Beyer. Russell Gourley, S. .S. Hamilton, J. E. Grube. J. M. Giubo, F. D. Pringle, J. A. Walter. R. L. Young. Punxsiitawney Spirit. . . QUIET HALLOWE'EN IN TOWN There was no general celebration of Hallowe'en in Reynoldsville this year, but numerous social parties were hold, and not a few of the young people donned costumes nnd hnd an evening of fun on the streets. The eagerness which the younger element shows to mnsquorade on Hallowe'en should lend encouaagement to a movement for a really large celebration of the night next year. Reynoldsville was the first of tho towns in this part of the state to lfold a big Hallowe'en Masquerade, but un fortunately neglected to make it an annual affair. Sinco Reynoldsville's celebration, many other town's have taken it up and it is always a success. PROFITABLE WHEAT RAISING. George W. Svkes Owns a large Tract in Alberta That is Doing Well. Goorgo W. Sykes. of the Sykes Woolen Mill Company, returned last week from Alberta, Canada, where he had spent a month on his 8ml acre wheat farm. Mr. Sykeh is enthusiastic over the possibilities of Canada as a farming country and states that his own field looks good to net him $10,000 profit this yenr. When ho left the wheat was knee high, "green nnd thrifty, with every indication of yielding a heavy crop. His son. Hurry Sykes, formerly of Reynoldsvillo, is now on tho farm and likes the country. ST. CATHERINE'S DEDICATED. St. Catherine's Catholic church in Du Bois which was destroyed by fire a few months ago, has beenVcbuilt and on Sunday morning was blessed and rededicated to the service of the Lord. Bishop Fitz mauriee. of Erie, and about thirty priests, including Rev. Fathers Brady and Lynch, of Reynoldsville, were present aiid assisted in the services. An important event of the day was the investiture of Father Bernard McGivney with the purple, the insigna of his elevation to the rank of Monsignor in the Catholic priesthood. It is said that about twelve hundred people participated in the event. THE LOCAL PROHIBITION RALLY The visit to Reynoldsville of Messrs. Lurkin, McConkney and Watkins, candi dates and speakers for pie Prohibition party in Pennsylvania, drew out a fair crowd last Friday night and they were delightfully entertained by the geutlomen for two hours. The Prohibitionists have little love for either of tho two old parties and tho Berryites look much tho same to them os the partios they sprung from. Larkin will not be elected governor, but his campaign speeches will change enough votes to materially affect tho votes of the bigger mon. A Regular Tom Boy. was Susio climbing trees and fonces, jumping ditches, whittling, always getting scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or scalds. But laws 1 Her mother just applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve and cured her quick. Hoals everything heal able Boils, Ulcers, Eczema, Old Soros, Corns or Piles. Try it. 25c at Stoke & Feicht Drug Co. Postponed Euchre. The euchre of the Knights of Columbus, which was to be held Monday night, has been postponed until Thursday, November 8rd. Conflict of dates with previously ar ranged events was Cause of postponement. I fight every inch of the way to over come the strong opposition against me, and I have confidence n the people that they will elect me. Elmer E. Beck for Assembly. Bad breath, hawking, spitting come from catarrh. Get rid of it. Ask Stoke h Feioht Drug Co., tor Hyomei, the pleasant, antiseptic, Australian dry air treatment. Complete outfit $1.00; extra bottle 50 cents. INTER-CLASS FIELD MEET WAS VERY SUCCESSFUL The Inter Class Field and Track Meet of tho Roynoldsville High School was held Saturday on tho ball grounds. Despite cold and wintry weather, a large and enthusiastic crowd turned out to witness the events and thereby support the students in tho zeal for athletic spoVts. The proceeds of the meeting nmounted to nearly $l.r.00, which will be used in the purchase of vaulting poles, discus, etc., the shot and hammer having been ob tained from sundry scrap heaps around town. The 100 yard dash was won by Dellart, second W. Alexander, third Cochran. The polo vault was won by Shutt, Shughrou second, Bell third. The standing broad jump was won by Watson, M. Smith second, K. Alexander ! third. , 220 yard dash was won by IVhurt, W. Alexander second, Cochran third. I Standing high jump was won by ; Shughrou, Reed second, M. Smith third. Running high jump was won by K. Alexander, Reed second, Shughrou third. ' Shot put won by M. Smith, Dehart ' second, Murray third. j Hammer throw wn by Murray, ' Watson second, M. Smith third. SARAH ANN TOVEY Died at the Home of her Son, ' James Tovey, in Anita, Last j Week Sarah Ann Tovey, a former resident tf Reynoldsville, died at the home of her son, James Tovey, in Anita, October 23, 1910, at the age of OS years, 1 1 month and 17 days. The funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon in the Presbyterian church at Anita, conducted by Rev. H. ti. Teagarden. of Punxsiitawney, and . the body was brought to Beulah cemetery in Reynolds villo for interment beside tho body of her husband, who died five years ngo. Mrs. Tovey was born in England Nov. 7, 1841, and was married in that country in 18(12. The couple came to America twenty nine years ago and lived for a timo ut Williumstown Inter moving t Reynolds ville and remaining here for eleven years She is survived by one son, James Tovey, who resides at Anita. DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT HELVETIA Sunday afternoon a murder nnd suicide occurred at Helvetia, a little mining town east of Sykesvillo. A foreign couple, Kostany Liszowiski and his wife, both of whom are reported very respectable people among tho Slavish element, quarrelled bitterly during tho last week nnd the bud feeling culminated Sunday in tho husband shooting his wife nnd then turning the shot gun on his own person. There' was no person present but two small children of the pair, and they are unable to give a very clear story of the affair. MASKED HALLOWE'EN PARTY. Misses Grace Hauck and Cathorino Gillespie entertained a party of young people at a well arranged Hallowe'en party at the home of J. W. Gillespie on Fifth street Monday evening. The event was a masked affair and well planned. The little ludies and gentlemen arrived with their features under cover and in costumes that were bewildering. Until tho masks were removed the time was spent in playing games and all manner of fun. Refreshments . were served nnd music added charm to the event. "MOD EAT" SUPPER. The Helping Hand Society of the M. E. Church will hold a "Goad Eat" in the festal hull of the M. E. Church Thursduy, Nov. 3rd, from 5 to 1 o'clock. The supper will be served by member.) of the Men's Bible Cluss and will be something quite different from the usual ruu of such affairs. The menu is as follows : Meat and Bread 15c Beans ., 10c Potato Salad 5c Gelatin 5c Sandwhiehes..., ' 5c Doughnuts 2-5c Sauor Kraut and Weiners 10c Pickles 2-5c Pie 6c Cake i ' 5c Ice Cream 10c Music by Sunday School Orchestra. A Man Wants To Die only when a lazy liver aud sluggish bowels cause frightful despondency. But Dr. King's New Life Pills expel poisons from the system : bring hope and courage ; cure all Liver, Stomach and Kidney troubles; impart health and vigor to tho weak, nervous and ailing. - 25of at Stoke & Feicht Drug Co. I stand before the people on my character and business qualifications, and I believe the people are going to elect me. Elmer E. Beck for Assembly. , Accurate, 'painstaking work is the secret of Gibson's success. If your eyes need care, meet him at Reynoldsville November 12, or Brookville H-15. GLASS MACHINE RUMOR A rumor current on tho streets lust night to the effect that the directors of the Star Glass Company and Colhurn Ma chine Glass Compuny had decidod on the removal of the glass machine from the local plunt, met with un emphatic denial from tlie officials of the Star Glass Com pany.? A. T. McClure stated that to the best cf of his knowledge the machine would operate again in Reynoldsville in the near future.' . UNIQUE "SWAPPING" PARTY. One of the most unique Hallowe'en parties ever held In Reynoldsville was giv en by Misses Hallio Burns nnd Faya Me Connell to about sWty young people in Month's hall Friday evening of last week. Tho hall was decorated in tho spirit of Hallowe'en and gave those present the feeling of moving among things mysterious nnd yii-d. The only light came rrom a palely gleaming moon in one corner of the room and from o few Japunesc lanterns, while on the walls black cats seemed stealthily to creep around, witches on their broomsticks glided through the air, nud grotesque faces peered out from unexpect ed corners ut the merry crowd. Shocks of corn fodder, with pumpkins and ground pine heightened the effect. For tho first fifteen minutes the time was spent "swapping" packages, after which there was the Tun of fortune tolling. Fine refreshments were served about ten o'clock, and half an hour later dancing commenced and continued until the moon in the comer grew pale. The music was furn ished by the Bohren nnd Martin orchestra. The "swapping" party wua voted one of the best social events of the season. WOOLEN KILL GETTING ORDERS GTlie plant of the Reynoldsville Woolen Company is now being operuted with tho largest force it has had for several years, and tho officials report more unfilled orders on the books than ever before in the history of the company. Double shifts have been at work to till orders and the mill has the air of prosperity in every ile pnrtmpnti - NOTfS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL. Effie Northy nnd Nellio Small, of the Junior class, gave readings before tho high school on Monday morning. Items from the weekly report of attend ance. Perfect in attendance and punctuality Seniors, Juniors, Freshman Girls, Miss Morgert's , boys. Miss Schultze's boys. The third month of school began on Mon day, October Hist. There were eleven pupils tardy last week. On Friday evening the high school pupils will give a short lterary musical program in tho Assembly hall. The parents of high school pupils have a six-eiul invitation to be present at tills entertainment. Prof. Rife has secured tho loan of a number of lantern slides and ho will show tho Abby and Oakley paintings with which the state capitol at Harrisburg is decorated. Following is the program : Selection Glee Club Story of William Peun . . Efflo Northy Piano Solo , Paul Shutt The Story William Tyndalo Estella Fisher Story of John nnd Priscilln Grace Stoka Violin Selection Harold Cochran Piano Selection Edith Katzen Recitation, "The Children's Hour" ' Aldu Frederick Piano Selection Fayo Neale Recitation, "Tho Village Blacksmith" Pansy Foust Violin Selection Esther Bell Admission to this entertainment will be free and limited to those invited. The pupils reports for the second month of the school are issued to-day, Wednesday. Those reports are sent to parents or guardians at tho ' close of each school month. They are an impurtial estimate of pupil's progress in liis studies aud should be carefully examined, signed and returned. SPECIAL AT HOON'S " For this week only, extra special prices ou things you noed every day: Tub creamery butter, 3ac per lb., or three lbs. for $1.00. v Rolled Outs, 4c per lb., or seventeen lbs. for 25c. Special mixed candy at 8c per lb. THOMAS D. HOON. Methodist Church. Services for Sunday November 6th, 11.00 a. m., theme, A Vision of God. 7:30 p. m., theme, The Greatest Man in Pennsylvania. I stand for clean, progressive govern ment. Elmer E. Beck for Assembly. The Lutheran Aid Society will hold their regular monthly meeting at tho homo of Mrs. Shutt, on Mabel street, Thursday eveniug, November 3rd. Mr. Citizen, of this Republio, do you believe in giving orders that- ooerne men into voting contrary to their convictions! Elmer E. Beck, for Assembly. Elmer E. Beck, Democratic and Key stone candidate for Assembly.. f) WINSLOW TOWNSHIP RETURNS. Assessor P. A. Smith has Com plt'ted the Annual Inspection of Property. 'Squire P. A. Smith, of Soldier, has just completed the annual assessment of property In Wlnslow township and his report will show among other things tho following : i Resident Tnxables in the township, 9S5. Non-Resident Taxables in the township, 300. Whole Number of Taxables, 1.2S5. Military Enrollment, 582. Acre's of Timber, 225. Value of School Property, $18,700. Value of Church Property, $10,700. Number of Dogs, 564. Horses nnd Mules, 484. Cows, 4 St. Mr. Smith lias also completed a more thorough revaluation of property.in the township that has been made' for many years and there will probably be a surprise in store for the residents when his returns in this way become public. GATHERING OF R.R. ENGINEERS John D. Pnttersour A. M. Applegiite and David L. Postlethwait wore In DuBois Sunday attending u meeting of the B., R. A P. engineers, gathered for the purpose of starting a campaign to cement the fraternal and social relations between tho members of the different divisions, and bringing the "eagle eyes" Into closer personal frienship. The engineers present included representatives of each of tlie' five divisions on tlie B., R. & P. system and is the largest number of engineers of the road that have congregated at one time. Two sessions were held, one at two o'clock In the ufternoon and one at seven o'clork. Wnrren W. Stone, of DuBois. presided over each session and In addition to the social part of the meetings, tlie working conditions, etc., were discussed but nothing concerning these discussions was given out. SHORT ITEMS OF INTEREST. The State President of the W. C. T. U. has sent out a proclamation that prayer meeting he held by every Union either be fore or on tho day of election, asking the Almighty to direct voters tocust their ballot for men who will he instrumental in the overthrow of tho . liquor traffic. The Roynoldsville branch of tho W. C. T. U. has arranged to hold prayer meeting in tho Presbyterian church Monday evening, November 8th, and announce ment to this effect was read in tho local churches last Sunday, Mi's. Adda L. Martin and family will move their hnusqhold goods to Uniontown, Pa., this week, aud mako that city their future home. Mrs. Martin has a son nt that place. The family has resided in Reynoldsvillo many years and tlie home people will bo very sorry to learn of their decision to leave the town. Andrew Wheeler last week made trips to St. Louis, where he purchased one of tho finest car loads of mules ever brought to this county, to New York City and from there to Blairstown, where ho visited his son Fred, who is attending school in Blair's Hull, and returned home the first of this week. Miss Esther Bell, daughter of Will H. Bell, was taken tc the Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh Monday to undergo an opera tion for appendicitis. 'A telegram received yesterday stated that tho operation had not boon performed up to five o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Kirkwood returned this wook from a visij wtth relatiAes and friends in East Rrady and West Monterey. y O. Carpenter, a farmer residing near Sykes vllle, died Saturday evening', October 2th, at the age of 45 years. Tbe funeral service was held at the home Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. H. O. Teagarden, of Punxsutawnoy, and burial was made in tbe Panic cemetery under direction of Hughes & Fleming, of Reynoldsville. Mr. Carpenter Is survived by hla widow, George A. Hunter, who has been off duty many months on account of Illness, la employed again as the representative of a large Pittsburgh meat packing house in this section of tbe state. The position Is a good one and will keep Mr. H unter traveling over a wide stretch pf territory continually. Frank P. Alexander, who has taken up Insurance work, Is In Pittsburgh this week attending a convention of the agents of the Equltabls Life Insurance Society. - Last night he atteuded a banquet of the company officials and agents, held at the Hotel Bchenley. He will return to-day. E'.Eobert Douihlt returned yesterday from the Boone Mountains, where he has bcon for a few weeks gathering chestnuts. Tbe Presbyterian Missionary Society will meet at the home of Miss Robinson, on Main street, Friday afternoon at 2.30. W. 8. Christy, of near Reynoldsvillo, went to Vandergrlft Monday morning to visit a few days. MARRIED YESTERDAY MORNING. Miss Carrie Arnold, daughter, of Charles,!, Arnold, of West Reynoldsville, and George Bllffer, of DuBois, were united In marriage by Rev. Father T. Brady at the Catholic manse Tuesday morning at 10.00 o'clock. The couple will go to DuBois to-day, where Mr. Bllffer Is employed, and where they will make their future horns. LAND SHOW WOULD PROVE DECIDEDLY INTERESTING We would like to see a Land Show held in Reynoldsville. More than once the Star has culled attention to the opportunities that ore own for development of the farming luud neur town, and we believe that a show of tills nnt'Htould result In a display of the prodm 'ts Ok , juty that 1 would surprise all. During in., summer numerous instances of successful fruit culture were noted, and now, ut the close of tlie season, reports from the farming regions are to thc effect that the potato crop has been extraordinarily largo. Not only was the yield plentiful, but the tubers were of exceptional size. One farmer, Charles Dean, reports picking up at random twenty potatoes from his bin, and when weighed, they mudo a total of sixty pounds, an averago of three, pounds to tha potato. Tho reports from Itormtown, from tho Emerickvillo, Beech woods and . Prospect regions till indicate 'that tho farmer In Jefferson, county has reason to be tho most contentod'ef men tills wlnteh' Thursday we were shown a potato grown on the farm of M. J. Owens, near Reyn oldsville, which weighed 'three nnd one-' half pounds and measured, twenty-three inches in circumference the long way. and fourteen and one half Inches the' other. It was a monster and we have seen Its equal but once before, in that instance the potato having been grown in Colorado and shipped east. Mr. Owens states that while this one was exceptionally lurtre. he h nfl rtiHnv bushels more which are but slightly smaller in size and will averugo about two and one hulf pounds. RATHHEL SOCIAL GATHERING. A very pleasant evening was spent at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Rodde- cliff in Rathmel on October 22nd, when a social gathering was held In honor of Mr. and Mrs. William Whitford, of Lone Rock, Iowa, and family. There were .present about 75 of Grandfather Richard Rodde cliff's ehifilren and grandchildren, while little Ethel Reildecliff. daughter of William Reddecliff. of Soldier, represented the fourth generation. A midnight supper was served and closed one of the most memoriible evenings in the life of Richard Roddeeliff. Mr. and Mi). Whitford are now visiting lelntives'lii Ruthmel. Fred Dean, of Butler, Pn., visited his' parents in this place Friday and Saturday of last week. A lecture on Sneinlism was given, by Puul Girtird Hunt In the M. E. church nt Ruthmel Friday evonlng of last week, which was well ottended. Mrs. Isaac Butson, of Soldier, Pa., spent several days In town lust week. Miss Bertha Tuiiben, who has been visit ing her brother In Pnrdus for several weeks, returned to her homo in Ruthmel last week. Miss Jessie Muir, of Wullaceton, Pa. and R. G. Richards, of New York City, spent several days at the home of tho former's brother, H. C. Muir, in Ratlimel. Miss Ethel' Patton visited friends at Pnnxsutnwncy this week. Miss Verna Harris, of DuBois, spent several days in town Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker, of Rathmel, spent several days with the lattor's parenU at DuBois. Mrs. Annie Hamilton is visiting all Anitu. Misses Margaret and Anna Roberts, of Punxsutawnoy, Bpent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts, in this place. . , . Miss Minnie Lutho, who has been Cm' ployed in Butler some time, returned to her home In this place last wecH. A surprise party was given In honor of Mrs. R. C. Muir, at her home on Monday evening of this week. It was largely; at tended and a general good time was re ported by all. ' William Tucker, of Rathmel, is now conducting a night school every Tuesday and Friday. REV. J. W. MYERSWILL PREACH. It is expected that, Rev. J. W. Myers, of Natrona, u former Roynoldsville minister, will be In Reynoldsville next .muhIhv, and If to, will pru.u li In the II, 'w. UsvUie Trinity Lutheran church In th morning and even Ing, and In the Chestnut Grove church in the afternoon. FAMILY THEATRE ATTRACTION. Thursday eveniug the attraction at tlie Family Theotre will bo unusually good. , Goodley and Conway will appear in sen sational hand balancing acts and comedy skctehes. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank all friends aud neigh bors for kindues shown before and after the death of our mother, Sarah Tovev. . JAMES TOVEY. . Caution Beware of peddlers using my name. I never iieddle or canvass. Moot me at my regular places on dates given ia papers. G. C. Gibson, optician. n n ..,....,,., , ,. 1, 1. ., nm l.i v. U1IVUU BIU1W.I1 WtUIUUI . JiU MJI Stoke & Feicht Drug Co., for 50 cents a large uox. uvy uru kiihibhmiih m euro l...i:watln a..M o,.,r. aoti halolilni nor. dizziness, biliousness, heaviness, or any stomach ailment. You can pull the wool over the eyes of some of the people all the time, but yon ' cannot fleece them all tho time. Elme E. Bock for Assembly. ' .