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Etati of Ohio; citt o Toureo; I
Lucas County. f
Frank J. Chikit makrt oath that ho II anilor
Erutncr ot tlw firm of K. J. I-'iicnky A Co., doing
uslncflB In the City of Toledo, County And 8l4lte
afurt'Httkl, and tlmt ntlil linn will my the mm ot
ONIi HCMHtl I) HOU.AH8 tor each and ov.'ry
ctwo ot catakhh that rannol be ourra by tho uae ot
Hall 'I Catakiui Cikk.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Bwom to before me and ubMrtbcd In my presence;
this 6th day ot December. A. U., I8S.
. . A. W. OI.EASON,
1 ikal f NoTAiti Public.
Hall e Catarrh Cure ta taken Internally and cta
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the
.system, bend for teallmonl:ils. free.
F. J. CHKNKV CO.. Toledo. O.
Bold by all Druirclsta. 75o.
Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation.
I will visit Reyn
12 and Brookville
14-15, and will
have all the latest
styles in spectacle
frames and mount
ings and everything
needed for thorough
ly testing the eye
sight; and the lenses
will be accurately
ground to meet the
needs of the eye.
G. C. GIBSON,
AULD LANG BYNE
Sung at the Masonlo banquet.
Should auld acqunlntiinca be forgot,
And never brought to mln'f
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And auld lang syne?"
For auld lang syne, mj dear,
For auld lang syne,
We'll take a cun o" kindness yet,
Bin auld lang syne.
We twa hae run about the braes,
And pu'd the gowans fine,
But we've wandered mony a weary foot,
Sin auld lang syne Oho.
We twa bae paldl'tl' the burn,
Kra morula' sun till dine;
But seas between us braid hue roar'd,
Sin auld lang syne. L'HO.
And here's a hand my trusty tier,
And gie a hand o' thine,
And we'll mice a right gude wlllle wnught
For auld lang syne. Ono.
For surely you'll he your plnt-stowp,
And surely I'll be mine;
And we'll take acupo' kindness yet,
forituld lung syne. Clio.
t'Curw headache In a flash'
Relieves the con
gestion, cools the
head, stops the ache.
Absolutely safe for old or
young. Does not leave
slightest ill effects or re
action. Tasteless Tablets
All druggists, 10c and 25c
Wayne Chemical Co., Clarion, Pa.
A superior product, guaranteed
unfading. Sold by
Woodwork Supply Company
Reynolds ville, Pa.
The Youth's Companion In 1911.
Just fifty-two tf(Kl numbers, otio after
nnotlHT, of only the Ix-st rcnilinfr sclwtt'd
from tho world's ahiiiiiliiiii'p of every sort.
Nearly three hundred of the must entert
tiiining stories ever written not the kind
that nre forpotten its soon ns rend, bu
stories Hint one loves to ivmemlier and talk
Then there are the famous men and
women who write for Companion renders.
It is the next best thing to meeting them
faee to fuee, for they choose topics which
are sure to be of interest for their niidience
of three million Campuninn readers.
The Aunounccmont of tho enlarged and
improved Companion for next year will bo
sent to any address free, and with it
sample eopie9 of The Campaniim.
Those who subscribe at once, sending
(1.75, will receive free all the issues for the
remaining weeks of HUD; also The
Companion's Art Calendar for 11)11, litho
praphed in thirteen colors and gold.
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
iZ3 144 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass.
THEN RETAIN IT
Neatness Sure Way to Bring
Buyers to You.
LESSON FROM BIG STORES.
DRAWS OUT POISON.
Marvelous Antiseptic that Draws Qlatc,
Wood and Needles from the Flesh.
The -X" Star
$8 a lb.
The groat money making plniit has been
stdlly rlslnn In price for no years. Al
ways a rnarkut, demand unlimited. Small
Dlot more profitable than a larite farm,
btart your bed this fall.
ENI FOR FREE ROOK
totflll all about, the business oped, plants,
growing, marketing, Bow to get the high
price. Hoe the possibilities of a small plot
of ground. We furnish the genuine
American variety seed at low price.
Write for ginseng booklet No. 11.
NEWTOWN PRODUCING CO.,
Newtown, Bucks (Jo., I'a.
There never was known such a power
ful drawing ointment as San Cura. Wher
ever it has been used it has created
astonishment. It drew a needle out of the
foot of the daughter of Mrs. James Hitch
cock, of Centerville. Pa., after the dooto.t
had used his lance and failed.
Used as a poultice for old or running
sores, it draws all the poison out and leaves
it in such condition that it is entirely
healed in a few days.
Nothing so healing or antiseptic can be
purchased tq-duy. It possesses" "siijmTeh
healiiur virtue that it'Jis guaranteed by
Stokekfc'Foicht Dnur Co., to quickly cure
anv kind of. idles, eczema, tetter, ! salt
rheum, boils, carbuncles, ulcers, all kinds
of chronic sores, chillblaius, and chapped
hands, or money back. J - ft; tr .
It's n mighty jliandy remedy to havo in
the house in an emergency, such as bruises,
burns, cuts or scalds, bocauso it kills tho
pain instantly. It's a medicino chest in
itself a little family physician thnt is ever
in demand. 25 cents and 50 cents a jar at
Stoke & Feicht Drug Co.
Best Sk'.n Soap
Is San Cura Soap, because of its great
antiseptic, and it will make the skin soft
and volvety; will remove pimples and
blackheads. It's the real soap for babies'
tendor skin, which mothers of iTifants
should remember. cents a large cake
at Stoke & Feicht Drug Co.
Mail orders for San Cura Ointment and
Soapfillodb.v Thompson-Medical Co.,
Ira C. Fuller llinforms'lus; that he had
dinner last Sunday with two jiersons, ages
addod to his own, nmountfd to 2H1 years.
The 'three persons wore, Adam Potter aged
04," Grandmother Hiiidiiiuu aged-Rland
Ira C. Fuller, whoso years made up tho
balance. Mr. Potter served tlireo years in
tho army during the civilfwar, nnd is
reputed to bo the oldest man jin Clarion
county. Those three persons arejall well
and hearty. Brookville Democrat, a
There is nothing that you can buy that will please
the whole family as a beautiful piece of furniture from
our stock. Fine designs in
Rockers, Beautiful Style
Dressers, and Bedroom
Suites, Parlor Stands,
Brass and Iron Beds
in large assortments and a full line of everything n
If you buy it at '
J. R. Hillis & Co.'s
You Get It Good
Furnish your home at J. R. Hillis & Co.'s. Nowhere
else can you find such beauty and home comfort at so
reasonable an outlay; nowhere such style and quality at
such extremely low prices.
Our. recent factory purchases enable us to offer
exceptional values in bedroom suites, diring rootn, parlor
and library furniture.
Exclusive patterns which you cannot buy except at
Hillis'8. It is not too early to make selections of artistic
and usefuj gifts from our large stock of home furnishings
to use as Christmas gifts. -
Appearances Count For Much on Bal
ance 8heet of 8ucoesa or Failure.
Magnets In Nicely Arranged Show
Windows and Stook.
A little paragraph in oue of tbe bus
iness prints attracted the attention of
the writer. It expressed much so
tersely and bo happily, it so neatly
embodied a vital thought in a few
words, it was such a compact sympo
sium of a business sermon, that It
seemed well to prolong its life and send
It on another round of usefulness:
"A nicely arranged slockan orderly
store and a clean Bidewalk are induce
ments to trade and are signs of a
growing business. If small business
places wish to grow they should not loo
how much attention large stores givo
to those things."
Why not cut tlint out, paste It on
your desk, rend it every day ond net
upon its suggestions?
Men are careless creatures, women
say, inasmuch as they are inclined to
lose sight of the value of appearances,
and many allow their persons and es
tablishments to run down to actual un
tidiness. The gentler sex know full well the
value of appearances, and they work
that knowledge to the limit Woman,
made beautiful and charming by In
finite care In dressing, keeps helpless
man ever coming her way, willing nnd
anxious to offer self and fortune a
thrall to her clever wit
Get wise to tho fact that appear
ances cut a large figure In the calcu
lations of every man and resolve to
spare no pains to have your store pre
sent a good appearance. This does not
mean that it need be striking or gar
ish or anything of that kind. Clean
liness, freedom from dust, freshness
of paint will incline the thoughts of
every passerby kindly to your place.
Then the shining glnss, the attrac
tive show window, the artistic ar
rangement of your stock, nre magnets
to nttrack folks insldo nnd to Influence
soles when once there.
Don't let these ideas knock In vain
upon tho portals of your braiu nud
then forgot about them ns you turn to
something else. Open the door of your
ego, let in the thought talk with it on
the subject, realize its Importance, re
flect that successful men pay much
heed to those things nnd then do what
seems good In your eyes. Implement
A City Must Advertise.
Elbert Hubbard wrote recently that
not long ago he visited the furfatucd
Mammoth cave In Kentucky. He found
clumps of willows and grasses grown
up before its entrance. The large ho
. tel that once entertained hundreds of
guests was falling down and In ruin.
Only a single family of farming peo
ple lived near the great cove's mouth.
Once inside tho envo, Hubbard was
even more astonished, for be found
thousands of names written and carv
ed on its walls. There were the names
of Emerson, Longfellow and President
V. S. Grant.
Hubbard asked himself a question.
How is It, he said, that so many people
I once Journeyed to visit this wonderful
place and that so few come now? ne
inquired around. He soon got an an
swer to his question. It was this:
The man who once advertised the
Mammoth cove so extensively a few
years ago died. And with the death of
the advertising manager the great
cave, with all its wonders, dropped
out of sight.
It is tho same old story. Teoplo
won't know what your goods and your
town are unless you advertise.
An enterprising man for twenty-flve
years advertised the Mammoth cave
and got thousands of peoplo there.
Every fellow used to take his girl
there on their honeymoon. But now
the cave's mouth Is obscured by a
Jungle. No one knows nbout its won
Why? The advertising man
, Sweepings to Bs Kept Off Streets.
Tho board of public works of Al
toona, Pa., has decided to enforce the
act of assembly which prohibits the
depositing of the sweepings from
stores and other buildings on tho pub
lic highways. Notices were ordered
printed and posted, calling attention
of all persons to tbe law in this con
nection, and it was also decided to
communicate with Mayor noycr re
questing him to have the police pa
trolmen call the attention of grocers,
news dealers, fruit dealers, etc., to tho
fact that the garbage cans which have
been distributed throughout the city
are not intended to be used as recep
tacles for the refuse from these stores.
This move of Altoona's Is a good one
for any town to adopt.
Let the Publio Know.
If you are satisfied that you have a
better selected stock than your compet
itor. If you know the goods yon sell
are more satisfactory and of better
quality, If you are capable of serving
your trade In a better and more satis
factory manner than the other fellow,
don't hesitate to tell about It Paint,
OB ant! r7ig Review.
, , BUSINESS CARDS.
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE,
Pension Attorney and Real Estate Agent.
SMITH M. McCR EIGHT,
RAYMOND E. BROWN,
attorney at law,
G. m. Mcdonald,
HE lining in vouri
M Clothcraft ClothesDR. aE. HOOVER -
is in keeping with dentist, 1
the C 1 o t h c r a f t MSLd""h nnowrbuudi..
standard ot all-wool and
rr.t'infpJ Mt'lnnnr, L. L. MEANS,
Tit . i . DENTIST,
It is perfectly put in.
end inspected with the
same critical care given
to every part of a Cloth
You simply cannot
pick a flaw in Clothcraft
trimmings, finish, style,
shape and fit
So genuinely good are Clothcraft
clothes that the makers put the
strongest guaranty on them ever
written for clothes and we back
every word of that guaranty.
Guaranteed pure All-Wool in the
fashionable shades and weaves at
$10 to $25. Where else can you
find anything like this? You can't.
Then why waste time looking
REYNOLDS VILLE, PA.
lO to 25
DR. R. DeVERE king,
office on nocond Hour of the Syndicate BuM
Black and white f uneralcan. Main street I
HUGHES & FLEMING.
Main Street. Revnoldsvllla. Pa.
Reynolds ville, Pa.
Meets every second and fourth Thurs
day m I. o. O. F. hall.
Estate of Prudence Rprague,' Into of the'
borough of Keynoldsvllle, deceased.
NotlroU hereby glvn that letters terta
mentiiry upon the estiite of nalrt decedent
have been (.-ranted to the undentlgned. All
perHons Indebted to said estate lire reuuested
to tniiKe payment, and those having: claims
pr demands aitalnst the same will male them
known without delay to
E. O. Sphaouh, .
Clement W. Flynn, Kxecutora.
Attorney. ReynoldHvllle, Pa.
The First National Bank
OF REYNOLDS VILLE.
Capital and Surplus $ 1 75,000.00
Actual Resources over $650,000.00
John n. .aochrk, Pres.
J. 0. Kino, Vlce-Pres. K. o. Sohdorirb, Cashier
. . DIRECTORS
HenVlj7lbleer J-0. King Daniel Nolan John H. Corbet t
oenry v. ueiuie J. 8. Hammond K.H.Wilson
Every Accommodation Consistent with Careful Banking
The Bank That Docs Things
It requires time and energy and npe experience to
make a bank. We claim all the essentials of an Efficient
Bank and offer in addition Absolute Safety.
Interest paid on Savings Accounts, having liberal
Foreign Exchange issued on all parts of the world.
Capital and Surplus $130,000.00;
THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
(Oldest Bank in the County)
Open Saturday Evenings.
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