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Niibarrijithn tl.HO jter year, in mlmnrr.
t A. r4TKPHKIlflONt Rdllor and Pub.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1802.
PnwHnrr train arrive nt thn RiyimliN
vlllp station as follow),!
Train 9, - 8.15 a m.
Train I, - l oo p. m.
Train 3. - - H.flo p. m.
Train i, T W . tn.
Train 1 1.43 p. tn.
Train in, - D im p. ni.
Malls srrlresnil anil Iphtp tint post-omrc n
rao thk m. mn Tim kakt.
l.l.i p. m. - - 7.i p. m W.tnn.hi. - - r :ip. m.
rHM TRK f ART. ri)R TUB WT.
T.OPii. iii. - - a.m p. ni.l'.nn it. ni. - - I 13 p. m.
Arrlrpo from Knthmcl mid I'rrsrottvllh"
II nin. m.
Arrive from I'nnle Tui'siliiys, Tliiiriliiys
Bud Hntiirdnys nt 2.:ni p. ni,
Hi'pnrtH lor I'rcscollvllje, ttiithmrl, 1'iinlr
. tiftVr hour 7.0fn. m. tnS.nn p. m.
Money order ollli',' os'n from 7.00 n. ni. to
7.:ip. m. Ut'Klstrr ofllrt, nMn from 7.INI a. ni.
to H UM p. ni.
l-4-inil llollriiiy from T.TO toS.nti a. ni. mill
from li.m to H.iai p. m.
Otllce oM'ii Hiindiiy from Pin n. m. to UMin
H. ni. .1. W. r'orsT, I'. M.
"Pi'nwIliiK mill (rowllns will milk a mnn old:
Moni'yiind fiimiMH I hi' liest, nn1 Ih'KiiIIIiik;
. Iion't be tipli'loMB, hikI w lllili nml cold,
Don't forgot Robinson's Ih the plaoo to
4 A now reg Ister has lxon ojieni'il at
, Hotel MoConnoll.
At Robinson's you can see tho lxxt 2
Bhoe you ever bow.
A colored cam-mooting Ih going on
at tho pnrk In DuBois.
Lady horseback rldero are not unfits
quont nights tixin our street.
A now schedule wont Into effort on
the A. V. H'y, Sunilny. July loth.
. Don't fall to atU'iul thn lawn festival
at tho M. E. pai-sonngo Friday night.
Tho Presbyterian Sunday School took
In about $1 3.00 at tho festival Saturdav
A number of S. of V's are at Now
Buthlohom th Ih week uttcmling tho
Tho largo lxxit In front of Hunry A.
Rood's store tho post work Iibh attracted
Charles Warden, an employee of IIot-
kins Mill, moved his family from Lix'k
i Havon to Hopkins on Monday.
The Grand Army mon of Hrockway
villa are going to have a bean bako on
the twenty-fifth day of August.
The Democratic primaries, which
wore announced for lost Saturday, woro
postponed. Tho time has not lxon sot.
A drunkon man raised about as much
exoltemont on Main stroof Saturday
ovenlmr as If an alarm of fire had boon
Miss Eleanor E. Reed's Sunday school
clans of young men Invited their Sunday
girls and picnicked on Reed'B lawn last
George McKnight and Frank Rod
gers, tobacco rollers, assisted Troutvlllo
boys In defeating tho Helvatia ball nlno
The Epworth League hold a social at
the residence of Wm. Barclay on Jack
son Btreet last Friday evening. It was
a pleasant affair.
Bolger Bros., tho raorchant tailors,
make a special offer to all who purchase
ten dollars worth of goods at tholr store.
Read tholr advertisement in this Issue.
Two follows who had Imbibed freely
from the cup that Intoxicates paid 11 vo
dollars apiece Saturday evening for the
use of profane and obscene language on
l. Hubort Farrell Is thumping baggage
around at the A, V. R'y this week while
the regular agent, Jos. McKcrnan, is
I farming his plooe of land In the suburbs
of West Roynoldsvlllo.
David McCargo, general superintend
ent of the Allegheny Valley Railway,
came as far as Reynoldsville In his pri
vate car Saturday, returning to Pitts
burgh In the afternoon.
H. Alex. Stoke, the druggist, will
- have to stick a bottle of Mrs. Wlnslow'a
soothing syrup In his pocket occasion
ally now. Little girls have a weakness
for something of the kind.
The Rebeckahs had a little jollifica
tion In the Odd Fellows hall last evening
In commemorating the second anniver
sary of their existence in Reynoldsville.
Refreshments were served.
) One of the large iron pouts under the
awning In front of the Reynoldsville
Hardware Co.'s store fell upon the
sidewalk last evening. Fortunately
there was no one near at the time.
The Epworth League of the M. E.
church will give an Ice cream and cake
' festival on the parsonage lawn Friday
evening, July 15th. Proceeds to be
- used Jn making up the amount stolon
from the missionary box of the Sunday
school last month.
Ed. Gooder, the Jeweler, was at
OuBois attending a wedding at which
he acted as groomsman. T.T.O'Lough
lin and Miss C. M. Davis, of DuBois,
were the matrimonial candidates. The
ceremony was performed at 8 o'clock
Tho Reynoldsville second -nine played
a game of hall with a nine from Hop
king' mill on the ball grounds at this
place Saturday aftornixm which resul
ted In a victory for tho second nine.
Score 13 to 3.
Dr. Dohl, of Plttaburg, Worthy Grand
Master of the A. P. A., attended a
district meeting at this place Monday
evening of the True Blue lodge of
Reynoldsville, and the Thistle lodge of
Rathmel. Sam'l Bhxiin was elected
Deputy Grand Master of this district.
Flora Trudgen, little daughter of the
groccryman, received quite a gash near
her left temple by falling against the
edge of weigh m ales In the store last
Thursday afternoon. A quarter of an
Inch nearer the temple would hare
ended the little prattler's earthly
Rev. H. G. Furbay will address the
Y. P. S. of ('. E. in the Presbyterian
church next Sunday evening at 7:4r.
trlvliiir a reiMirt of the International
Convention which he attended nt New
York laxt week. All Christ ian Endeav
ors, and others Interested In young
Mople's work, are invited to attend.
Rev. E. T. Den-, pastor of the Baptist
church, preached a sermon Sunday eve
ning on tho use of tobacco. Tho Rever
end spoke very plain on tho effects of
tobacco. Tho sermon was a good one
and to the point. It was preached by
iccial request of the W. C. T. U. of
Jefferson county. All tho ministers
havo boon Invited to preach tin tho
Lulu, seven-year-old daughter of J. 11.
Williams, died early Saturday morning,
July 10th, after an Illness of four weeks.
Tho little sufferer died from an nlmcesH
of tho brain which followed an attack of
la grlpH. The remains wero taken to
Greenville, Clarion county, Saturday
afternoon and wero buried Sunday.
Lulu was an affectionate little girl and
will lie greatly missed In tho family cir
cle. Chiof-of-Polleo Adelsperger went to
PunxHUtawnoy on Monday with four
teen warrants In his pocket for as many
"lino haired" citizens of that town.
The charges against them wbs gamb
ling. Nino victims listened to the
reading of tho warrants and gave ball
for their apHarnnco before a Justice of
Peace at Brookvlllo the latter part of
this month. One of tho men Is not a
stranger In Reynoldsville.
Yonan Y. Auraham, a native of Per
sia, will deliver an interesting and
instructive lecture In tho Presbyterian
church this, Wednesday, evening, July
13th. Tho lecturer will appear In
Persian costume and will gtvo glimpses
of Persian history. Their manner of
living, maiTlago, engagement, wedding,
and religion, with tho ceremonies.
Tho lecture commences at olght o'clock.
Admission free. A collection will bo
School teachers were numerous In
Roynoldsvlllo yestordsy. Prof. J. H.
Hughes, of Brookvlllu, County Sujierln
tendont, was hero examining teachers.
Between fifty and sixty iedngogues
attended the examination, tho which Is
largest ever hold In Roynoldsvlllo.
They wore an intelligent looking crowd
and a largo porcontngo of them will get
certificates. Tho work begun at 11:00 a
M. and it took until about 5:00 p. M. to
got through with tho applicants.
The school board mot In Seoloy, Alex
ander & Co.'s bank nn Thursday after
noon and elected teachers for tho com
ing term of school. Room No. 1, Prof.
W. H. Stamey; No. 2, A. L. Lohman.of
Lock Havon; No.3, Miss Miillio McDow
ell, of Now Bethlehem, Pa.; No. 4, H.
T. Mentzor, of Mont Alto, Pa.; No. 6, A.
J. Postlothwolt; No. fl, Miss Brltta But
ler; No. 7, Miss Mamio Almon; No. 8,
Miss Ella McKeon, of Clearfield county.
Tho directors did not lack for material
to select from, as twenty-five tcachors
applied for a school.
An anonymous communication, ex
posing a certain place In Roynoldsvlllo
where boor drinking and gambling are
Indulged In on Sunday, was received at
this office yesterday and handed over to
tho Burgess. Will people never learn
that communications must havo the
writers name signed to them, not for
publication but as a guarantee that they
will substantiate the assertions made.
If Reynoldsville has such a hell hole In
tho vory conter of town, as tho commu
nication claims, It is high timo that
something bo done, no matter whothor
those who run tho house pose as gen
tlemen or not. We hope those who bo
In authority will Investigate the matter
C. F. Hoffman, the joweler, is a mem
ber of Co. C, l)th Reg., of Wllksbarre,
and would not have been surprised had
he been called to go with 4he militia to
Homestead. Some jokor, it would not
be hard to guoss who he was, got a
Western Union telegraph envelope, di
rected It to Mr. Hoffman, charges
marked paid, .and sent It to the jeweler
with a message boy. When opened It
was found to contain a white ploco of
paper with an imaginary view of
the Carnegie stool works, a locomotive
standing near the works and a fero
cious looking bull dog tied near one of
the entrances. Some distance from tho
works was a giant of a man and in front
of him a long line of militiamen on
guard. All the reading on the paper
was: "National Guard, I am one to."
Mr Hoffman did not go.
The Ordor United American Mechan
ics of the district comKised of Clearfield
Elk and Jefferson counties held a befit
ting anniversary at Punxsutawney last
Friday. A number of Councils were
well represented among them was Coun
cil No. 304 of Reynoldsville. The town
was handsomely decorated, the crowd
was Immense, the day a beauty and the
parade a credit to tho O. U. A. M.
Hon. Harry White, of Indiana, Pa.,
made tho address of welcome. Three
prizes were offered by the Punxsutaw
ney Council to the Councils having the
largest percentage of their membership
at the reunion. Tho prizes were awar
ded as follows: Falls Creek first prlzo,
a handsome silk banner; Cool Spring,
second, a silk flag; Rldgway third, a
Councilor's silk regalia. Tho next
anniversary will Im held at DuBois July
A Sharp Hatchet.
Miss Nellie, daughter of S. T. Dough
erty, was cutting wood tin a chair last
Monday at noon and the hatchet missed
the wood and Nellie was surprised to
discover that the Index finger on her
left hand had to lie picked up In two
plooos, or so near to It that It Is hardly
worth mentioning. Tho girl could
hardly believe her own eyes, feeling
had nothing to do with It Just then.
When the blissl commenced to flow
freely sho comprehended tho real facts.
Medical skill was summoned Immedi
ately and everything possible was dono
to save tho finger, but the doctors were
unable to sny whether they could save
It or not. Nellie is very much Inter
ested In her music lessons, but the
accident will necessitate a vacation for
tho young player and a short rest for
Fire Alarm Oiven.
At four o'clock last Friday Bftornwin
there wero few jMoplo to lie seen on
Main street, but alxiut 4.10 an alarm of
fire was given and In a mlnuto tho
street was filled with people. Tho
house next to tho Presbyterian church,
occupied by John Yttrworth, had
caught fire on tho nsif from a defective
duo. It was discovered in time that a
few buckets of water, quickly applied by
Dr. Bowser, Charles Rlt.lo and several
others who wero nearby, extinguished
the llaines. Tho fire company responded
promptly. Tho hoso cart was hitched
on to Schult.o's delivery wagon and his
bay nags nuulo tho dust fly. Thero is a
satisfaction in having as good flro pro
tection as Roynoldsvlllo can boast of.
Death of a Pancoast Man.
William Delmar, who has lived at
Pancoast alxiut thirty years.and was well
known In Reynoldsvllle,dind on theeven
Ing of July 0th, after a short Illness,
from Indummatlon of tho stomach.
In March, 18111, ho was Injured In tho
stomach by lifting a log, from which he
has boon troubled frequently until tho
afternoon of July 4th when ho became
dungerously ill. Ho rallied and showed
signs of recovering until Wednesday
evening and then died before medical
aid could bo hud. He was about sixty
years old, and has boon a widower for
twenty years. Two sons and two daugh
ters survive him. His remains were
interred In tho Boechwixxls cemetery
Tho B., R. & P. railroad has placed
an ordor for nlno engines with the
Brooks Locomotive works. They are
to be ready for delivery In September
and some of them will bo usod on the
Clearfield and Mahoning division. One
thousand now cars will also bo added to
the equipment; 500 are being built by
tho Jackson & Wood In Manufacturing
company, 400 by tho Berwick Manufac
turing company and 100 by the Buffalo
Through a Bridge.
Henry Prlester had quite an exciting
time near Collin's mill Monday evening
with his young team of horses. He was
on his way home about dusk and got on
tho wrong rood and when driving over
an old brldgo, eight or nine foot high,
the planks gave way under the horses.
Some men with a lantern were soon on
hand to assist Mr. Prlester. After con
siderable hard work the horses were ex
tricated from their perilous position.
They wore soratchod up somo but not
A Busy Man.
Dr. J. A. Burgoon, formorly of Royn
oldsvlllo, now the noted specialist of
Allegheny City, passed through on
mull Saturday afternoon on his way
home, after a few days of angling sport
east of Subula. The doctor had his
left hand neatly bandaged In white
linen because It had boen directly In
front of a sky rocket on the Fourth.
Dr. Burgoon spends an Immense amount
of money annually In advertising, and
the shuckols are rolling Into his coffer
Who Was M
Six young mon of this place, Harry
King, W. E. Green, Sum Bull, Morton
Gray, John B. Whltehlll and Will F.
Wilson produced some exceedingly
delightful vocal muslo on Grant street
last Thursday night. The question arises
whether they were surenadlng the edi
tor of The Star or a blonde of Grant
street. , WiU you tell ua?
Reynoldsville Is now the largest, most
prosperous, the best and the leading
town of Jofforson county, but If present
Indications are not false Inside of a year
she will outstrlde her present flourish
ing condition. The business men of the
place need have no timidity In making
Improvements. The town Is solid and
the business Is bound to Increase. Plain
your advertisement in the paor of
your town, as the business men of other
towns do, and show to outsiders that you
are alive. There Is not a town within a
radius of a hundred miles of Reynolds
ville that its business men do as small
amount of advertising as Is done In our
town. We have a number of business
men who appreciate and know the value
of printers ink, while there aro others
who do not advertise at all. Do you
think tho business men of other towns
advert lso merely to help tho newspnHrs
along? No. They realize by Increased
business that it pays to tell the xiplo
what they have to sell. Strangers olten
si.o up a town by tho amount of adver
tising found In tho homo pnxr. Come,
experiment for a year and you will bo
surprised at the return for tho money
Invested in printers ink.
The corner stono of tho St. Peters
Evangelical Luthorn church, near Noah
Strouse's, In tho Paradise Settlement,
was laid with appropriate ceremonies
last Sunday morning. When tho hour
for services arrived the church was
packed, tho seating capacity being
inadequate to accommodate tho lnrgo
number of people who wore present.
Rov. J. J. Kerr, of Brookvlllo preached
an able sermon, taking for his text tho
fourth chapter and sixth vorse of Nehe
mlah: "So built wo the wall; and all
tho wall was joined togother unto tho
half thereof: for tho people had a mind
to work." Ho also preached to a lnrgo
congregation In tho evening. A basket
collection was taken at tho morning
service which amounted to something
ovor W5.00. This now church will bo
alxiut 40x00 feet, brick cased, and will
cost In tho neighborhood of $1,000.00.
When completed It will be a very protty
place for tho Lutheran congregation to
worship in, and will to a credit to tho
poople of that section.
Not to be Fooled With.
On Wednesday two drunken hoodlums
promenaded tho streets maklmr a crreat
deal of noise and shilling for a fight.
Nearly every ono they encountered
camo In for a volley of abusive languago.
Tho constable was away, and the hcxxl
lums proceeded along tholr courso
unmolested. Finally they broug'ht up
at Joseph Strauss' stero. where their
conduct became unbearable. Mr.Strauss
resented It in such a vigorous manner
that after ono of tho hoodlums hiul
adjusted his torn clothing, wiped tho
blood off his fuco and brushed the dirt
from the back of his coat, the nalr con-
eluded that tho Brockwayville residents
coum wane up whon they had occasion
to, and become peaceable again. They
had all tho fight they wanted that
The Big Guns.
A sK!cial train from tho B., R. & P.
hauling the following otllcluls of that
rood, was in Reynoldsville last Wednes
day night: President A. O. Yates; Goo.
h. Merchant, the president's assistant;
Chief Engineer W.E.Hoyt, and Goneral
Superintendent Goo.W.Burtlett. These
gentlemen were out on an Inspecting
tour. They visited the twenty mile
loop being built around tho Klnzua,
upon which over a thousand mon are
now at work. It Is expected that the
oxtenslon will bo completed about the
first of September. They were also
making investigations on the now line
from DuBois to Clearfield. Inside of a
year trains will be running from Reyn
oldsville to Philadelphia via Clearfield.
Almost Minus a Finger.
Charley Hartman, young son of Ezra
Hartman, tho blacksmith, came very
nearly amputating the Index finger on
his left hand lost Friday afternoon
with an axe. He was carelessly hand
ling the sharp tool and It accidontly
came down upon his finger and came
within a sixteenth of an inch of severing
the member from the hand. Drs. Noale
and Reynolds pasted the finger on and
think they can persuade it to again
become attached to the hand. When
dressing tho wound the lads thumb was
In the doctors way and some one told
him to stick It In his pocket. The boy,
who was bravely undergoing the surgi
cal operation, said, "cut it off. If lain
Result of Bug Juice,
flu Hot Express.
A Ridgwayito of gome twenty sum
mers while on his way out from Reyn
oldsville to see his mother, and being
somewhat overcome by reasons of the
reaching and staying qualities of the
bug juice taken In on the 4th, lay down
in a fence corner to rest. When he
awoke the bran new shoes he bad on
when he laid up for repairs Were gone.
He hud also been relieved of all the spot
cash he possessed, and had the proud
satisfaction of hoofing the homestretch
In his bare feet. In future the young
man will not monkey with the wine
cup, when be goes to see his mother on
July 4th. , . ',
Mens fine shoes at D. F. Robinson's.
BELL'S SMITH BELL.
Will H. Bell and Miit Helena A. 8mlth
Caught In Cupid's Mesbea.
It seems to be the delight of a young
man now-n-days (the girls are willing,)
In fact always has boon from the days of
Adam and Eve, to enter a home, win
the affections of a fair daughter, "pop"
the question of life-long partnership,
ask papa, set a day, engage one vested
with authority, tho word are said and
the twain become one. Lovo, which Is
"Two Minis with tint a hIiikIo tlmiiirht,
Two liiMirtn that Ix'iit nn ono,"
entwined around the live of a Reyn
oldsville swain and lasj and they conse
quently decided to employ a Divine and
before him make tho matrimonial vows.
At 11.30 A.M. to-day, Wcdnesday.July
3th, Will 11. Bell, of tho firm of Bell
Biiis., clothiers, an energetic and prom
ising young business man, and Miss
Helena Addio Smith, tho handsome
and nitcompllshod daughter of O. F.
Smith, were married at tho homo of
the bride's parents, East Main street.
The ceremony was solemnized by Ifov.
H. (. rurbay, pastor of tho Presbyter-
Ian church, in the presence of a few
intimate friends of the contracting
parties. Alter the nuptial ceremony
the guests were Invited to tho dinning
nxun whore a table had ixien spread
ith a bountiful supply of all tho deli-
clos of tho season. The presents
receivod by tho brldo were beautiful.
Tho bride and groom will leave on tho
1.42 V. M. train for a wedding tour Ut
Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Atlantic
City. They will Ixj absent alxiut two
Miss Smith undoubtedly got tho most
charming Bell of Kcynolrisvillo for a
husband, one who has the ability to
make a success of tho business In which
ho Is engaged, while Mr. Bell has won
a partner In life's journey who will
surely make homo for him a happy place.
THK STAH, with their many friends,
wishes them all the joy and happiness
this world affords as they travel life's
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bell, Hugh Mo-
Cullogh and Bruce McCrelght, of Du
Bois, and Miss May Morrison, of Smeth-
port, woro the out of town jxoplo who
attended tho wedding.
A Real Artist.
"A prophet is not without, honor save
in his own country," was uttered ovor
oighteen centuries ago, and to-duy It has
its significance with tho human raco. A
man may Ixi a sllvory-tongued orator, or
a skilled praotieloner, a genius of the
highest grade, but his ability will not be
fully appreciated at tho place whore he
was born and roared. Tho same is true
of women, No matter what talent a
woman may possess, whothor she can
sing like a nlghtlngalo.or wield a pootio
pen, or handle the artists brush skill-
fully.they are not always valued at their
true worth by those who have been
acquainted with them from tholr youth.
Roynoldsvlllo has a real live artist
gonius in the person of Miss Ella E.
Sooloy, daughter of Ed. D. Soeloy, the
hardwaro man, of whom we should feel
proud. Miss Ella has been producing
pictures for public viow for several
years. Lost fall she wont to Pittsburgh
whore she remained all winter under the
instruction of a skilled artist. The
young lady has a number of pictures at
hor home that speak plainly of her abil
ity. She can do work In water color,
oil or crayon. Those who see the work
done by this young lady who, If she
continues to develop the artist talent, is
destined to become famous will agree
with us in the statement that she has
tho real artist talent.
Counterfeiters in Jefferson County.
A gang of counterfeiters were dis
covered in the woods near Schoffner's
Corners, this county, week before last.
The monoy-makers had their parapher
nalia for tho spurious work secreted In
an old shanty and were ousted from
the'r nest by a Johnsonburg gentleman
who was travelling in that section and
in taking a near cut through the woods
had become lost and accidentally came
to their mint. Three men were in the
shanty at the time and on hearing a
noise ran as if tho sheriff and a posse
of assistants were after them. The
guilty men awaited not 'to see who was
paying them a visit. The visitor found
part of the shanty fitted up for habita
tion. There was a small stove with a
charcoal tire burning In it. On top of
the stove was an Iron ladle containing
a quantity of melted metal. The room
also contained a quantity of glass, bab
bit metal, plaster purls, and small
pieces of other metal which had the
ring of genuine silver. Among other
things found was a pair of moulds
which hud recently been used In making
half dollar pieces dated 1S54. This may
be a solution to the counterfeit money
that has been in circulation In the
county recently. Although detectives
are in quest of the game they have not
been uble to get them yet. A visit was
made to their place of business, but
they were "out" ut the time.
Card of Thanks.
I am exceedingly grateful to those
who have been so kind and liberal to
my family and I since our house was
destroyed by lightning, and I take this
method of expressing my thankfulness
to all who assisted us, and assure you
your kindness has been appreciated,
i . Geo. Tapper.
Mr. Cad Matron waa In Driftwood
Dr. J. 8. MoCrelght was at Penflold
Mis Bottle Beer visited friends In .
DuBol thi woek.
Mis Effle Clover, of Brookvlllo, la a
visitor at Dr. King's.
Mr. R. M. Howsor. of Oloan. N. Y..
ts visiting st Aaron Welsh's.
Mis Maggie Lattlmor and Miss Lou
Fink were In DuBois Friday.
Frank Arnold, of Clarion, Is visiting
his cousin, Frank Alexander.
Mr. C. H. Gordon returned Monday
evening from her visit In Ohio.
L. L. (lonrley returned Saturday from
a week's visit at Punxsutawney. '
Mrs. Joseph Strauss, of Brockway
ville, Is visiting friends in town. '
Mrs. J. N. Williams, of Froeport, In
visiting friends In Roynoldsvlllo.
Mrs. A. P. Holland, of DuBois, visited
relative In Hcynolilsvlllo last week.
Miss Jennie Ijcwls, of Frostburg, Pa.,
is visiting relatives tn Reynoldsville.
f. J. Sutter is able to bo out again
after ixilng housed several weeks by
Mrs. Henry Bck, of New Bethlehem,
Is visiting hor son, John Bock, on Grant
Jim. Holt and wlfo, of Sugar Hill,
sixmt Sunday at Mrs. Jos. Butler's on
Mrs. B. E. Hoover is visiting tho
home of hor husband's parents at
Miss.Tessio Barkloy and frlond, Miss
Ida Mixiro, of Rimersburg, spent Sun
day In DuBois.
Rev. W. P. Murray went to Auburn,
N. Y., this morning to see his family.
Ho will return Friday.
W. II. Qulgley, of Punxsutawney, a
former Itoynoldsvillo sehcxil teacher,
was In town on Monday.
Dr.J.B.Nealo, Cam. Mitchell and son
Jim, are in Clearfield county on a fish
ing expedition this week.
Miss Helen Sooloy returned homo Sat
urday after a two month's visit with
friends In Indiana county.
Mrs. Edith Meyers and sister, Miss
Erma Scott, of Portland, Pa., are visit
ing friends In Reynoldsville.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. S. Morrow, Misses
Ida Reynolds and Bollo Robinson drove
to Punxsutawney last Friday.
Miss Minnie Ewlng and Mrs. C. S.
Armagost went to New Bethlehem
Tuesday morning to attend the encamp
David Harding, of Summorvllle, re
turned to his homo lust week after a
short visit with his sister, Mrs. Elijah
Mrs. Goo. F. Cunt, who has been
visiting her parents at Punxsutawney
severul weeks, returned home last
Mrs. T. C. Reynolds and fumily left
Roynoldsvlllo Tuesday morning for a
visit with friends at Pittsburg and
J. S. Morrow and wifo are enjoying
tho pleasure of tho Pennsylvania State
Editorial Assixjlation excursion to New
York this week.
Will H. Ford and wifo went to East
Brady Saturday. Mr. Ford will attend
the S. of V. encampment at New Beth
lehem thfs week.
Mrs. D. S. Bowser, of Walk-Chalk,
Armstrong Co., Pa., Is visiting her son
and daughter, Dr. A. H. Bowser and
Mrs. David Cochran.
Misses Flo Best and Mollie Miles went
to Eleanoru, Pa., Friday evening to
attend a wedding reception given to
John Anderson and bride.
Mrs. Tom Tapper, who has been vis
iting the home of her parents at Loath
erwood, Clarion county, for sometime,
returned home Monday evening.
W. J. Weber, secretary of the Mahon
ing Valley and Helvetia Mining Co.,
and Miss Maud Smith, of Punxsutawney,
wore the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
F. Cant Sunday.
John W. Coax and fumily, of Pitts
burgh, and T. E. Stone, son-in-law of J.
T. Coax, and wife, of Souix City, Iowa,
are visitors at Mr. Coax's Valley Home,
Maj. Geo. D. Plfer, of Coal port, Pa,,
an agent for the Etna Insurance Co., has
been in Reynoldsville during the past
week. Maj. Is a jovial follow and makes
new friends every time ha comes to this
John A. Johnston, editor of the Em
porium Mountain Echo, was in town on
Friday of lust week. John was a typo
on Tlie Paper at this place about seven
years ago. He is a good printer and
gets out an excellent paper.
C. P. Gearbart, of Riverside, who has
been visiting the home of John Mo
Crelght for the past two weeks, left
Reynoldsville Tuesday morning. Ha
Is First Lieut, of Co. F. 3rd Div. A
telegram Monday summoned him to
report for duty.
Tom Reynolds and sister, Mrs. Mar
garet R. Gorsllne, aro representing the
Volunteer on the Pennsylvania State
Editorial association excursion this week
to Scran ton, Honesdule, Albany and New
York city. It bids fair to be one of the
associations most delightful trips. Tom
will get all the pleasure out of it that
there Is In it.