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REYNOLDSVLLLE, PENN'A.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1910.
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HISS ANNA SMITH
Monday if this week Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Smith, of Pleasant Avenue, Keynoldsville,
were shocked to receive word from a
Kittanning Hospital that their daughter.
Miss Anna Rebecca Smith, whom thoy had
supposed in Pittsburgh in (rood health, was
dead and that the body would arrive in
Revnolrtsville that day.
The denth of Miss Smith is shrouded in
deep mystery and the investigations
carried on so far have served only to
mystify the relatives and friends. Miss
Smith was born and spent her girlhood on
a farm near Koynoldsville. A few years
ago she went to Ytttesboro and established
a millinerv store which was a success
and which she continued to ojierate. The
past summer, however, she had placed a
a girl in charge of the store at Yatosboro
and spent the summer months with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith, in this
place. A few weeks ago she left Keyn.
oldsville. going to Pittsburg to be present
at the full millinery openings and to attend
a conrso of lectures and instruction given
by a large millinery Arm of that city. At
that time she was in excellent health and
Her parents heard nothing more from
her and suppesed her still there. They are
stilj in ignorance of the time she left that
eitv, but believe that she left Friday and
came as far as Kittanning, where she
became ill and stopped off, going to the
. hospital in that city.
The phvsicians and nurses at the hospital
deny all knowledge of the events preceding
the" girl's entrance to the hospital, and
only learned her name and residence after
her death and upon examining her
Yesterday Simpson's Leader, at Kittan
ning, in an attempt to unravol the mystery,
prints details unknown to relatives here,
stating -that Miss Smith had been in
Kittanning about one week previous to her
entering the hospital, that she hud roomed
at a private boarding house in that city,
and was apparently acting as an agent for
some feminine toilet preparation. Accord
ing to the Lender, Miss Smith was very
resorved while at home, and saw no one,
until Saturday of last week, when she be
came ill and wont to the hospital for
treatment. Her death followed at 4.(10 n.
When the body readied Rcynoldsville it
was taken to tho undertaking rooms of
Hughes & Fleming, and Tuesday morning
was re-coved ? tiie hr.nie of the parents.
The funeral will be held at the home Wed
nesday afternoon at V.00 o'clock, tho
service to be conducted by Rev. Dr. A. J.
Meek, of t!?9 Baptist church, and burial
will be made iu the Keynoldsville cemetery.
It is tho intention of the parents and
relatives of the deceased girl to investigate
fully her donth and the circumstances pre
ceding. Anna Rebecca Smith was born August
13th, 1NH1, making her little over 20 years
old at timo of her death. She comes of an
excellent family and bore a pure and un
sullied reputation. She was by nature
self-reliant and her business enterprise was
rewarded by success. The parents and
surviving brothers and sisters will have
the deepest sympathy of the community in
Besides the parents, the following
brothers and sisters survive Miss Smith :
William Smith, Big Run, Mrs. Wm. True
sell, Bowersvillo, Mrs. C. N. McPherson,
now in Panama, Mrs. Thomas McPherson,
Yatesboro, Mrs. Wm. Graham, Ellwood,
Ind., Miss Emma Smith, now visiting a
sister in Panama, J. Mofris Smith, of
Keynoldsville. Thomas Smith, of Bowers
ville, D. P. Smith, of Wellsvillo, Ohio, Carl
and Ralph Smith, of Rcynoldsville.
The Jofforson Medical Society held its
regular meeting at Frank's l'avern in
Reynoldsville, on Friday, Nov. 25th., at
2 P. M. There was a large attendance and
the following program was carried out:
Dr. S. S. Hamilton, Paper on the
Prevalence, Early Diagnosis and Treat
ment of Cancer of the Uterus.
Dr. R. C. Gourloy, Paper on the
Prevalence, Early Diagnosis and treat
ment of Cancer of the Lip, Mouth and
Following the regular program the
physicians of Keynoldsville entertained
the members present with a lunch.
BIG YIELD OF .POTATOES.
On fifteen acres, comprising portions of
the farms of M. M. Moore, his sons, Fred
and Walter Moore, and Earl M. Moore In
the Hormtown district during the past
season 1,928 bushels of potatoes were
raised all good size, the finest marketable
vrioty,showing, as we have many times
before pointed out. that the farmer who
looks after his business in Jefferson county
has no need to go to Canada or the west to
PASSED STATE BOARD EXAMINATION.
Charles W'isor, formerly in atoke St.
FeichtDrug Co.'s store in Keynoldsville
and now in charge of Hamilton 's'drug store
in Punxsutawney, has passed the state
board examination and is now a full fledged
Lion Fondles A Child.
In Pittsburg a savages lion fondled the
hand that child thrust into his cage.
Danger to a child is sometimes great
when least regarded. Often it. comes
through Colds, Croup, and Whooping
0ugh. 'They slay thousands Dr.
King's New Discovery could have saved.
"A few doses cured our baby of a very
bad case of Croup", writes Mrs. George
B. Davis, of Flat Rock, N. C, "We al
ways give it to him when he takes cold.
Ito a wonderful medicine for babies."
Best for, Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Asth
ma, Hemorrhages, Weak Lungs. 50 cents
1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by.
Stoke and Feicht Drug Co.,
A work shoe that gives more than satis
faction, Men's Ease; price 13.00 to (5.50.
Bead Gibson's optical ad in this issue
and meet him at Brookville December 6, or
Keynoldsville on the 6th;
j.ne greatest wearing shoes ever to tno
trade, s American Bovs. nrlne and
ncn. Haugh, ot Proseottville. has been
granted a pension of 315 per month.
The Ladies of the Lutheran Church will
hold their bazaar and market on Saturday,
December 3rd, in the McGaw building.
The visit of tho Mine Rescuo Car to
DuBois, announced for November 2 to
as, was postponed one week, and will be
in that citv December 8 to f.
Miss Lide Jenkins, of Titusville, field
worker for the home mission branch of the
Baptist state work, was entertained at the
Baptist manse yesterday.
t n KnifAi't. nf Grnnt street.
entertained on Friday afternoon from 8 to
4 p. m. a row menus w mwu i.
law, Mrs. Jerome Shcib, of Pittsburg.
ti . Tnt,.Hr..i n nhilH nf 29 months.
died at Beechtree Inst Wednesday from
tile effects of eating medicine taoieis wmcn
he hnd secured by climbing up on a chair
and reaching into a wall pocket. He was
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patterson.
There will be a series of evangelistic
meeting held in the old Baptist church at
Prescottville beginning on Monday, Decem
ber 5th, at 7.S0 p. m. Kov. J. E. Kirkwood,
missionary of the American Sunday School
Union, will be in charge of the services, to
which all are invited.
'Squire P. B. Iove, who spent tenTiays
in the wilds of Dents Run with a party
of Svkesvillo hunters, returned last
Wednesday feeling iino after the open air
life but did not lead a big blnck bearnp
Main street with a chain. The bear is
still enjoying life in happy woodland home,
Miss Golda King, who for the past four
years has been the efficient elork in the
Sykesville postofflee, has tendered her
resignation, to take effect on Dec. 3, her
intentions being to take p a course in a
business college. Her place in the post
office will be taken up by Miss Amy Smeal.
Died, Monday forenoon, Margaret, five
month old child of Mr. and Mrs. John
Stockdale., of Sykesville. from stomach
trouble. Funeral services were held at
the homo of tho parents by Dr. A. J.
Mock, of Revnolrisvillo, Wednesday after
noon at 2.00 "o'clock. Interment was made
in the Sykesville cemetery.
The Pennsylvania railroad has issued
ordors that freight brakemen are to bo
given annual passes. Those in the service
live yeai's will bo given individual passes,
and those in the service ten years will be
given passes for themselves and wive.
Practically all of the men in the train
service of "the Pennsy are now given pusses
after being with tho line n certain length
At New Bethlehem Thanksgiving Day a
Reynoldsville olevon succeeded in winning
an easy victory over a New Bethlehem
football team. Score 17-0, Reynoldsville
line-up: L. E Coleman; L. T., Edelblute;
L. G., London; C, Burns; R. G., Shees
ley; R. T., Robinson; R. E., Wescoat; Q.,
D. Nolan; F. B.. F. Bohren; R. H. B., J.
Bohron; L. H. B., L. Nolan; Sub,, Sykes.
While the boys had an easy time winning,
they admit that there were a few warm
verbal arguments during the contest.
The many friends of Rev. Goorg6 H.
Hill, of the Beechwoods, will be interested
to know that he will shortly go to Southern
Pines for the winter. Mr. Hill has been
in poor health for the past year, having no
pastoral duties, and his condition at present
shows but little improvement. Mr. Hill
was grautod a year's vacation by his
congregation and it is the sincere hope of
his church people, as well as of many other
friends that he will return from the south
feeling in much better condition DuBois
On the night of December Bth five
candidates will be Initiated into' the
mysteries of the Knights of the Golden
Eagle In Reynoldsville, and the event will
be made the occasion of a banquet and
general good time. It is expected that
about twenty members of the castle of the
ordor at Anita will be present to help in
the dogree work and participate in the
banquet after the initiation. The local
castle of the ordor is in prosperous
condition and the steady growth attests
the fraternal feeling that exists within the
LECTURE AT HORMTOWN GRANGE.
J. S. Briggs, horticultural inspector and
Demonstrator for the Division of Zoology
of the Department of Agriculture at
Harrisburg, will deliver a lecture in the
Grange Hall in Hormtown, under the
auspices of the Grange, Saturday evening,
December 17th. His subject will be one of
vital interest not only to every farmer, but
to all who are interested in bird life, being
"The Relation of Birds to Agriculture. "or
"The Kobin and the Toad."
Prof. Briggs visited this section some
time ago and talked with many of the
farmers. He is a big, broad guaged man
with an excellent command of the English
language and a training in his chosen work
which makes him one of the most valuable
assistants in the state agricultural de
partment. He should be greeted by a
BAZAAR AND SUPPER.
The Altar Society of the Catholic church
will hold 'a bazaar in the Knights of
Columbus rooms, over the Keystone Hard
ware, on Friday and Saturday evenings,
December 9 and 10, 1910. A large display
of fine needle worR, consisting of ladies'
embroidered waists, pillow cases, aprons,
center pieces, handkerchiefs, ete., will be
on exhibition, also ,an assortment of
beautiful dolls, toilet articles, Christmas
cards, home made candy, etc., will be on
On Saturday evening, December 10th, a
20 cent supper with the following menu
will be served : Roast meat with dressing,
mashed potatoes, pickles, cold slaw, baked
beans fruit gelatin, peaches and cake,
bread and butter.,coffee. Ice cream extra.
The following letters remain uncalled
for lu the Reynoldsville postofflee.
Joe Altmon, Miss Minerva Chambers,
Mrs. Rachel Dinger, H. M. Hetrick, Miss
Eula M. Jackson (2) Mrs. Kutloskl, H.
Parkhurst, Miss -Benna Rickey, G. J.
When calling please give date of list.
S. M. McCreight, P. M.
Do Dot forget the place (or your home
made candles Reynoldsville Candy
The bast rubber footwear at the least
price. Adum's Boot Shop.
111 VVLIIbll VllVbl
I After a deliberation of nine hours the
I jury In the case of John liolner. charged
with the murder of Dominie V'igini and
! Charles Colverina nt Hnoxdalo, returned a
I verdict of vouluntary manslaughter.
Bolner's defense was that he had tired
i the fatal shots in self defense, and the
story of his wife, who was wounded during
the firing, sustained Bolner's story. Mrs.
Bolner was shot through tho thigh and
has been at the county homo since the
Saturday Judge Smith, of Clearfield,
pronounced sentence upon the Payen bro
thers, convicted last week of manslaugh
ter. Both got indefinite sentences in the
Western Penitentinry of five to twenty
The annual Institute Announcement con
taining general information about the
Institute and the schools and the names
and address of all teachers and directors
has been mailed to all teachers
and directors iu the county, and to all
others who have requested same. In a
number of cases there was some doubt
about the correct address; if for this or
any other reason any of those who should
have received the annunl have not receiv
ed, notice should be sent the County
Superintendent and another will be sent.
Any others who may wish a copy of the
Annual may secure" the same by calling
nt the Comity Superintendent's Office in
Brookville, orOat the Star Printing Office,
Koynoldsvillo, or by sending a written
request to the County Sujieriiitcndent.
Tickets for the institute are now on sale
at Stoke 's pharmacy and are going rapidly.
The directors' convention will be held in
the public school building Thursday and
Friday, December 21 and 21. A complete
program of this convention will appear
JOYOUS THANKSGIVING GATHERING.
Miss Amelia Clark, D. L.' Taylor and
family, W. H. Gray and wife, Charles
Corbett and family. Dr. Day and wife,
nil of Brookville, Arthur Grav and wife, of
Punxsutawney. and S. K. Clark, wife and
daughter, of Clarion, held their annual
Thanksgiving reunion with their cousin, C.
It Hall, and wifo. at their Main stieet
residence in Reynoldsville and the oc
casion proved as delightful to the
entertained as to the entertainers.
KIND HEARTED THEFT.
While Mrs. Elizabeth Guthrie, of West
Reynoldsville, was enjoying Thanksgiving
service in the Presbyterian church Thurs
day, Mrs. Lester L. and Will Guthrie
stole her key, entered her home and pre
pared a sumptuous dinner, in which both
families and her brother, Thomas -M.
Jewell, and wife were included.
No arrests have been. made. All were
too full for utterance.
CLASS WORKERSIGO TO ILLINOIS.
Adam Kime, Gus Senecal, Millard
Hixenbaugh, and Augast Dlshart, four
well known glass workers of .Reynoldsville,
left Friday morning for Centralia,
Illinois, whci-e they will be employed for a
few months in a large glass plant operated
by hand labor. It is not the intention of
any of these men to remain permanently in
Centralia, but all will return to Keyno'lds
ville whenever employment in their trade
is offered here. .
IN THE PRIME OF LIFE.
J. S. Johnston, one of the well known
road masters of Winslow township,
recently sustained a twenty foot fall from
the roof of a burn and broke his wrist as a
result, to say uothing of numerous bruises
and sprains. Mr. Johnston is B8 years old
but states that he is just in the prime of
life, and his quick recovery from what
seemed almost fatal Injuries at the time
bears out the truth of his words.
SILK MILL MATTERS.
Saturday two large silk mill operators
were expected to visit Rcynoldsville with
the object of inspecting the local mill with
the purpose of buying if suited. Through
accident they failed to come, but probably
will visit Beynoldsville in the near future.
DIPHTHERIA ON THE WEST SIDE.
The physicians report the existence of
three cases of diphtheria in West Reyn
oldsville. AU of the victims are children
and quarantine regulations have been
Chicken and Biscuit Supper.
At the M. E. Church Friday, December
2, under the auspices of the Helping Hand
Society. Everybody invited. Price 35
cents. Menu: Chicken and biscuits,
potatoes noffee, bread and butter, cabbage
salad, celery, pickles, ice cream and cake.
I ' A Man Wanti To Die
only when a lazy liver and 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 the weak,
nervous and ailing. 25o at Stoke & Feicht
Still in the Business.
We are still in the oyster business and
have the Sealshipt, also the Sealshiptors.
You know where you always got the best.
Special rates to parties.
. Frank's Tavern.
A Regular Tom Boy.
was Susie climbing ' trees and fonues,
jumping ditches, whittling, always getting
scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps,
burns or scalds. But laws I Her mother
just applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve and
cured her quick. Heals everything heal
able Boils, Ulcers, Eczema, Old Sores,
Corns or Piles. Try it. 26c at TStoke &
Feicht Drug Co.
Out goes r.BTh when vou breathe in
Hyomel. It soothes and heals the inflamed
membrsne, stops the discharge and cleans
out the head. Ask Stoke & Feicht Drug
Co., who guarantees it. Outfit $1.00.
POSTMASTER AT PUNXS'Y.
Announcement comes from Washington
D. C, that the Kev. Harry G. Teagarden
has been appointed postmaster at Punxsu
tawney to succeed Sidney Smith, and that
Charles M. Snyder, well known over the
county on account of his candidacy for
assembly three years ago, will become as
Both these men stand high in the esteem
of tho people of the county, nud their ap
pointment comes as a reward merited by
their active services in behulf of the
Republican party in past years.
NOTES OF THE HIGH SCHOOL.
The following were visitors to the public
schools November Ktrd : Mi's. Graham, Mrs.
Dinper, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Whanil, Miss
Florence Harris. Mrs. John Ross, Mrs.
Wescoat, Mrs. F. P. Alexander, Mrs. J. M,
Humphry, Mrs. McClure, Mrs. Heidrick.
Mrs. Caiberry. Mrs. J. B. Mitchell, Mrs. L.
J. McEutire, Mrs. George Engle, Mrs. Wll
Han Fetter, Mrs. Jos. R. Milliron, Mrs.
Thos. Hoon, Mrs. S. M. McCreight, Mrs.
M. E. Weed. Mrs. G. M. McDonald, Mrs.
Irvln Burkett, Mrs. Fred Starr, Mrs. John
Keddecliffe, Miss Anna Robertson. Mrs. J.
M. Dailey and Mrs. August Dishart.
The pupils of the borough school -are de
voting tliis week to tha study of Jefferson
Decomlier 2nd, "The Mass vs. the Man,"
in tho Assembly hall by Byron C. Piatt.
Perfect in attendance and punctuality
last week: Senior class, junior, class, sop
homore clnss, freshman class, Miss Hattie
Schultz's boys. Miss Lewis's boys, Miss
Cochran's gils, Miss Dcmpsov's boys, Miss
Robertson's girls, Miss Murgrcl's boys.
Average percentage of attendance, (W.
In Rooms 1 and 2 the little folks rendered
an intereseting Thanksgiving program, and
were afterwards entertained bv Mi's. M. E.
Weed and Mrs. G. M. McDonald, who told
stories which were a great delight to the
Those who participated in tho Thanksgi
ving program in Room 4 were : Mary Sam
ple, Bernard Clover, Sophia Negrotski, Ar
thur Wray, Irene Heemcr, Woodward Rey
nolds. Cecelia Dishart, Carmen Milliren,
Edward Hartnuin, Andrew Grav, Ralph
Ferris, Russell Bentty, Charles Jones, Hel
en Ellison, Chester Eiscnhulli, Gladys Car
herry, Charles Dinger. Edgar Heodley,
Annabel Cummiiigs, James Campbell, No'l
lio Butler, Gertrude Siif, Harvey Swartz,
Reba Anderson. Charles Jones, James Uin
noy, Berncda Roller' and a number of girls
iu dialogue and song.
Stories relating to Tlinnksgiving, singing
and recitations composed the program for
Thanksgiving in Room 6.
The following young people took part in
the Thaksgiving program in Koom : Ar
ietta Hartman, Dewey Gray, Leila Dunlap,
Eleanor Smith, Fay Bntlerj Minerva Don
heiser, beside a number who participated
Stories, poems and songs relative to the
Pilgrims and the spirit of Thanksgiving
characterized the -program in Koom 7, in
which the following students took part:
Audrey Whittuker, Elizabeth Armagost,
Edna Hadden, George Bolt, Helen Storley
Esther Strouse Dorothy Milks Pearl Spears
Mario Green, Lena White, Ralph Ford,
and several boys and girls who took part in
a very pretty drill.
Room 8 had a program of recitation, song
and dialogue that was very interesting.
The students taking part were: KuthCath
cart, Albert Kchultz, Thomas .Tones, Mar
garet Miller, Fay Howlett and Ester Dick
ey, Cyril McCreight, Christine Roller, Hel
en Fleming, Fay Hinderliter, Olive Parrish,
Helen Connor, Alice Tapper, Ruth Milliren,
Rachel Hadden, Mildred Fuller, Carmella
In Room A, an excellent program was
given Wednesday afternoon by the follow
ing students : Donald Strouse, Anna Hyg
song, Margarette Daly, Harry Parker, Em
ma Weaver, Reginald Gruffius, Clifford
Burns, Margaret Gray. Wayne Gunns,
Ruth Armaxost, Theadore Beatty, Nora
Snyder. Joseph Schuckers. Rime Yohe,
James Kirkwood, Alton Sidle, Hazel Brum
baugn. Frank Pierce, Lillian Reed, Mildred
Haymaker, and a number of boys and girls
Room 11 had an appropriate Thanksgi
ving program, with the following students
taking part: Clifton Williams, Mabel Shaf
fer, Louis Milks and Ruby Ford.
In room 12 a Thanksgiving program was
followed by a test in arithmetic, participa
ted in by ten pupils having the highest
averages (n their respective classes. The
winners were Philippa Jennings and Frank
Room 12 1-2 devoted Wednesday after
noon to a special program in honor of
Thanksgiving Day, and among those who
took part were : Josie Reed, Jennie Bone,
George Justham, Mildred Love, Helen
Smith Golda Carl, Pauline Corbett, Aldine
Corbett and Margaet Love.
HEAR BRYON G. PIATT.
The lecture of Byron C. Piatt at
Assembly hall December 2nd will be of
exceptional interest to every man and
woman who cares to know the drift of the
times towards Socialism. "The Mass vs.
The Man" is a spirited and thoughtful
discussion . of this greatest of modern
economic questions, and Piatt is one of the
keenest and mostbrilliant orators of today.
,. Seats for the lecture, which will be the
second on the public school lecture course
are now on sale at the Stoke St, Feicht
Drug Co. store and should be reserved
Services for Sunday December 4th,
11:00 a. m., theme, "The Blunders of
Unbelief." 7.80 p. m., theme, Idols and
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Clothing and gloves and feathers a spe
cialty. H. H. Dahler,
Just what you want, rubbers that fit;
women's 75 cts., men's tl. Adam's.
Sheepskin shoes with the wool inside;
price f 1.00 to (2.00 Adam's.
We are the only people in Reynolds
ville that oarry the Anollo Chocolates.
Reynoldsville Candy Works.
Women's warm lined shoes, patent tip or
plain ; price $1.50. Adam's.
Mi-o-na stomach tablots are guaranteed
hy Stoke it, Feicht Dm? TV)., to euro
indigestion, acute or chronic, or money
back. This means that nervousness,
dizziness and biliousness will disappear.
Large box 50 cents.
RMiss Taey Ecmpsey spent a day last week
at Oak Ridge.
Thomas C. Shields spent Sunilav at hU
home on Third stieet.
Helen Baura silent soveral days the past
week in Brookville.
Prof. R. W. Clawgos and family spent
Thanksgiving at Brockwayville.
Miss Lulu Blnck and Miss Byrd Morgret
spent Thanksgiving at their homes in Ir
James Waito, of Barnesboro, a former
Reynoldsville man, visited in this place
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Ackormun, of North
East, spent a few days at tho M. E. par
sonage last week.
Prof. W. A. Dlllman and wife, of Junl
ata, were guests of the hitter's parents at
Kathmci last week.
.Miss Agnes M. Shannon tudent of
Clarion Normal spent Sunday with her
parents in this place.
Miss Ethel Burris. of West Rovnoldsville,
returned lost week from a visit with friends
J. G. Buchor, of Buffalo, spent Thanks
giving Day with his sister, Mrs. W. M.
Kife, on Muin street.
Gonrge Smith, student in Klskl school,
spent the Thanksgiving holidays at his
home in Koynoldsvillo. '
Herman Burgoon, of Washington, D. C,
spent Hiunksgiving week with his father,
S. J. Burgoon, in Heynoldsvillo.
J. C. McKee, of Barnesboro, is visiting
his son, G. B. McKee. on First street, uud
other relatives iu this place.
Edith Cooper, of West Reynoldsville,
spent her Thanksgiving vacation with
friends at Port Allegliony Pa.
Miss Ruth McKee returned to Indiana
Normal Monday, after spending Thanks
giving at her home on Fifth street.
.T. F Hindorllter. wifo nud daughter.
Miss Kay, visited James Mowery at New
Bethlehem several days tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horpcl and child,
of Bradford, visited nt the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Horpel over Thanksgiving.
r rank Wescoat is in Pittsburg this week
and will visit at Arnold and Jeannette, Pa.,
before returning to his home in this placo.
John McClure, of Alleghonv City,
visited his parents, Mr. and' Mi's. A. T.
McClure, in Reynoldsville, over Tlinnks
giving. Mr. and Mrs. Joromo Sheib and two
children, of Pittsburg, spent Thanksgiving
at tho home of J. G. Scifcrt, of Grant
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gates, of Graceton,
Pa., spent Thanksgiving with the latter 's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Clark, on
Main street. ,
Mrs. Robert Suyers and Mrs. Hannah
Yenowine are at Monongnhcla City this
week, the guests of Mrs. Savor's daughter,
Mrs. Chris Lax.
Mrs. R. D. Albright left Tuesday for her
home In South Bend, Ind.. after spending
the past two months in this place visiting
relatives and friends.
Mrs. G. B. McKee, and two daughters
spent the past week in Day, Clarion
county, as the guests of Mrs. McKee's
sister, Mrs. Peter Ronsil.
Will P. Nolan, student In the medical
department of the University of Pitts
burg, spent the Thanksgiving 'holidays at
his home on Main street.
Robert P. Koehler, of tho Blng-Stoke
Company store, spent Thanksgiving with
his brother, Roman E. Koehler, editor of
the Donora (Pa.) American.
Mrs. J. M. McClelland, who visited with
a son in Pittsburg several weeks, returned
to the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. Wray
Hunter, iu this place last week.
Fred Lidle, a former Revnoldsvllle boy
who has been at Sapulpa, Oklahoma, sev
eral years, is visiting at the home of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. G, Lidle, near
this place. Fred is now in the civil ser
vice nnd states that Oklahomu is the finest
spot in the U. 8. A. when in comes to a
comparison of prosperity.
W. A. Gray, a former Reynoldsville boy
who now lives nenr Ambridgo, Pa., was in
Reynoldsville and spent Sunday at the
home of his father-in-law, L. F. Hetrick.
near Keynoldsville. Mr. Gray is employed
as a foreman in the large steel plant at
Ambridge and has been given rapid
advancement in the last few years by the
Beware of Ointments for CatarrhJ
that Contain Mercury,
u mereurf will turd? destroy the tense ot imeu)
&iid completely der&nm the whole system when
enter-Ins It through the mucous surlaces. Bueb
artlclea should never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the damage the)
will do Is ten fold to the Rood you can poMlbly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.. contains no mer
cury, and la taken Internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be euro you Ret the
genuine, it is taken internally, ana made in Toledo.
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney Co. Testimonials free.
Fold by Druggists. Price, 75c. per botUe.
Tako lUll a Family rills for coustlpatlou.
THE MODERN NE-RO.
The 20th Cantury with its hustle and
hurry and keen competition has brought
about a required constant alertness that
is playing havoc with the nerves of the
nation. Probably not one man (in a hun
dred has perfect nerves. But whilo the
nerves are being unduly taxed medical
science, has kept pace with theage and pro
duced Ne-Ro Tablets.
Ne-Ro Tablets are to the tired, woin
weary nerves as food to the hungry man ;
they strengthen and build up the delicate
and sensitive nerve fibers, assisting nature
in bringing them back to their normal con
dition, and not only do Ne-Ro Tablets act
as a food to the nerves, but they are a gene
ral system tonic, enriching the impoverish
ed blood and giving vitality and vigor to
the entire system.
If you feol that you are nervous and run
down and need a good system tonic one that
is not a mere stimulant, try Ne-Ro Tablets.
They are sold under a positive guarantee
to give satisfaction. Price 50c. at any
drug store in Keynoldsville.
MAY SECURE RED
MEN'S STATE HOME
Members of the board of directors of tho
Red Men's Homo Association met in
Harrisburg Thanksgiving Day for the pur
pose of considering proposals from various
places desiring the Red Men's proposed
The proposals were carefully considered,
but the board deadlocked on a choice and
no decision was reached when they ad
journed: The Business Men's Association
of Reynoldsville is making an earnest ef-,
fort to secure this home and have made
a proposal that Is one of the two upon
which final decision hinges.
NEW PRESiDENT FOR B.,R. & P.
New York Nnir "K TVIlllom T
NnnilUH f 1 . H n.inaUnn. n .1 ,
monagor of the Buffalo, Rochester and
- iimuurgu i van way company, has been
elected presideut of the road to succeed
Adrian Iselin, Jr. Mr. Noonan was
formerly superintendent of the Minne
apolis and St. Louis Railroad.
Mr. Iselin was elected a vice-president
of the road and the directors re-elected
Vice Pice-President W. Emlen Roosevelt,
Irensurer J. F. Dinkey and Secretary
If your eves need earn null rm n
Gibson, optician, at Brookville December
5, or Keynoldsville December 6.
Kates: One cent tier word tnr .K
i i norso, hnrness and wagon.
DaVifl A. 'I'llfUliriUflll nn.. 1 J O
Wanted-Girl ut the City Hotel. W. W.
Wantedn wnnnatfuitm niti
W.iK) tii.oo per day. SWady work. Call
at Hoon, a Frank's Tavern. Call for
Foil Kent Modern Improved eight room
house. Inquire at 1 he Miar Ofllce. .
For Kent Good residence on Main
strei iat a hsuijuI.-o rules. All modern
Improvements. Ii quire of J. K. Johns
ton, UevrmldsvUk.. or write Mrs M
Ayres, 1317 Federal Stieet, Allegheny,
For Rent Eight room house in
cluding batb room. L. M. Snyder.
For Sale-No. 1 young Jersey cow; also
tVf P'.'6 R1,ode Wand Red iowls
and Indinn Runner ducks, A. C. Fish.
West Reynoldsville, Pa. ' '
Wanted.-Fresh cow. Inquire of
Francis McDonuld, Jackson street.
flveIwhuPE7Ini'linn n,nnor duck an
Swlcy g Wa pullots' Artnur
General Repair Shop For sleds
Justice of the Peace.
Pension Attorney and Heal Estate Agent.
SMITH M. McCRErGHT.
Notary public and real estate agent Ool
hf.li2nB Ml" rSC0;T.B PfJmutatientToL. offlce
Inthe Keynoldsville Hardware Oo. bulldhii
RAYMOND E. BKOWN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
G. m. Mcdonald,
Real estate agent, patents secured, col-
DR-B. E. HOOVER,
MSen9l.d,ent.detlRt; In the Hoover bulldin i
Muin street. Gentleness In operating.
DR-L. L. MEANS,
hDCif ?StfMo!.d !'"or of tue FlrstiNatlonal
bank building. Main street.
DR. R-DEVEUE KING,
office on second floor of the syndicate build
Ing, Main street, KeynoliUvtue, Pa.
HUGHES & FLEMING.
. PTJNERAL DIRECTORS.
Main Street. Reynoldavllle, Pa.
Meets every second and fourth Thurs
day In I. O. O. F. hall.
gTOCK HOLDERS' MEETING.
You are hereby informed that the annua
meeting of the stockholder of the Bummer
vllle Telephone Company will be hold at th '
general ofllce of the company In Brook v 11 1
Pa., on Wednesbar. the 11th day ot January
lull, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., lor the
nnrnon of ictinp a Board of Directors for
the Company, for the ensuing year,- and for
the tranoiu'ilon of such other Duslness as may
prooerly com before ssirl meeting,
J. K. Bkown, President.
J. 8. 11 Ak mono, Beoretaij.