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DEATH OF MRS. Tl IOMAS L. MITCHELL SUNDAY.
Had been 111 for a Few Weeks but Death cie with Unexpected Sud
denness. Large Funeral Tuesday Morning.
Mrs. Thomas L. Mitchell, only daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. S. Reynolds, diud at
the home of hor parents on Main- street
at 3.10 a. m. Christmas, December 25,
1004. Mrs. Mitchell had been 111 seven
weeks, but her family was not greatly
alarmed about her condition until about
midnight Friday, when shn took a
sinking spell and from that on the lnnip
were born unto this couple, whom with
tho father survive the mother.
Funeral service was hold at the resi
dence of Dr. Reynolds at 10.00 a. ra.
yesterday, conducted by tie v. A. D.
McKay, pastor of the Presbytorlun
church, assslsted by Rev. Dr. A. J.
Meek, pnntor of tho Baptist church,
and Itev. Dr. .T. A. Parsons, of the
l ight Hill Re Hitter.
Those who will persist hi closing
their ears against tho continual recom
mendation of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, will have a long and
bitter fight with their troubles, If not
ended earlier by fatal termination.
Read what T. R. Oeall, of Beall, Miss,
has to say : "Last fall my wife hud every
symptoms of consumption. She took
Dr. King's New Discovery after every
thing else had failed. Improvement
came at once and four bottles entirely
cured her." Guaranteed by Alex Stoke,
Druggist. Price COc, and 1 1.00. Trial
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cTMRS. THOMAS L. MITCHELL.
of life flickered until it finally went out,
although everything possible was done
to save her life. Her mind and voice
were strong until the last moments. A
abort time before she expired she talk
ed calmly and Intelligently to Rev.
A. D. McKay about departing and left
satisfactory and consoling evidence for
her loved ones that she wai trusting in
the Savior and was going to the heaven
ly land. She peacefully closed her
eyes to earthly scenes.
Maude Donaldson Reynolds was born
In St. Marys, Pa., July 24, 1S74, and
was thirty years, five months and one
day old at time of death. In 1879 her
parents moved to Reynoldsvllle and
with the exception of a couple of years,
she spent her life In Reynoldsvllle and
wag well known to many of our towns
people. She had a happy disposition,
was kind hearted and won mat.y friends.
She was educated In, the public schools
of this borough and Grove City College.
In September, 1807, she was married
to Thomas L. Mitchell and they resided
In Kane about two years and then re
turned to Reynoldsvllle. Two bright
little daughters, Imogen and Cora,
Mothodist church. Interment in the
Tho floral tributes were beautiful,
consisting of a pillow of roses and llllies
from Mrs. Cora Mitchell' and family,
eplke of roses and carnations from
Charles Hirst, Lena Black, Frank Her
pel, Mary McClure, Clyde Murray and
Edward Hardman, spike of roses, carna
tions and narcissus from Utopia Society,
spike of chrysanthemums, roses and
narcissus from physicians of town, bo
quot of roees and maidenhalrfern from
Mr.and Mrs. F. M. Brown, boquet of car
nations and narcissus from Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Reynolds, boquet of carnations
from Mr. and Mrs. Charles nerpel, bo
quet of chrysanthemums from Mr. and
Mrs. Ira S. Smith, Louis O. and Miss
Lydla Mclllngor, boquet of carnations.
from Miss Maybell Floronco Sutter, bo
quet of carnations from MUsoh Martha
and Anna Kuncs.
The following out of town relatives
and friends attended the funeral : Rob
ert Norrls and wife, of Connolsvlllo,
Miss Almira Reynolds, of Lock Haven,
Bruce Mitchell, of Homestead, Lawyer
C. C. Bonscotor and wlfo, of Brookvllle.
Single Copies of The Star
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Brookville Title & Trust Go.
Capital . . . $125,000.00.
Conducts a General Banking, Savings and Trust Business.
Sollolts the Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations.
R. M. Matson F. L. Vorstine Q. S. Snyder A. D. Deemer
OU.O.Relta II. J. Scott D.L.Taylor W.N, Conrad II. C. Beach
Furniture For 1905.
We say without fear of contradiction that we
have the largest and finest line of
in town. Get the prices from the exclusive stores,
then see us.
JR. Hillis& ko.
Notice to Stockholders.
Reynoldsville, Pa., Dec. 0, 1004.
Notice Is heroby given that the regu
lar annual meeting of the Jefferson and
Clearfield Coal and Iron Company will
be held at the Company's offlce In Reyn
oldsvllle, Fa., on Tuesday, January 17,
1005, at 10.00 a. m., for the purpose of
electing a Board of Directors for the
ensuing year and the transaction of
such other business as may come before
Lucius W. Robinson, Pres.
George L. Eaton, Seo.
A Great Year for the Farm' rs.
Speaker Cannon's dosorlptli n of the,
American farmer as "just plumb pros
perous' Is substantially cunllrmed by
the eighth annual report of Secretary
Wilson of the Department of Agricul
ture. It was a year of record produc
tion In nearly all lines, the total farm
products of the country reaching the
colossal turn of almost five billions.
The only comparison which the joyful
Secretary can make Is with the national
debt and what tho farmers con. d do to
that with the value of their crops, if
they got It all, staggers the Imagina
tion. The corn crop alone would pay
the entire national debt, a year's Interest
besides and have enough left to make a
good start toward improving the Ohio
river. The great American hen lays
enough eggs In a month to pay a year's
Interest on the public debt. Tho farm
products for two years, says the Secre
tary, equal the output of all tho gold
mines of all tho world since Columbus
discovered America. They amount to
more than six times the capital stock of
all the national banks and luck but' a
miserly three-quarters of a billion of
the value of all the manufactures, ex
clusive of raw material. They are
three times the gross earnings of all
the railroads and four tunes ' tho value
of all the materials. As If this were
not enough, Mr. Wilson points to the
banks In the farming States, showing
heaped-up deposits and overgrowing
lists of depositors.
It was certainly a great year for the
farmer. If he fell down In supplying
wheat, cattle, sheep and hogs the de
cline was so slight, especially In beef,
as to acquit him of the responsibility
for high prices, which continues to rest
with the enjoined beef trust. Ex.
A Frightened Horse.
Running like mad down the street
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
ether accidents, are evory day occur
rences. It behooves everybody to have
a reliable Salve handy and there's none
as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Burns, Cuts, bores, Eczema and Piles,
disappear quickly under Its soothing
effect. 25o, at H. Alex Stoke's Drug
A Costly mistake.
Blunders are sometimes very ex
pensive. Occasionally life Itself Is the
price of a mistake, but you'll nover be
wrong If you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills for Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Head
ache, Liver or Bowel troubles. They
are gentle yet thorough. 25c, at H.
Alex Stoke's Drug Store.
Reynoldsville, Pa., Dec 0, 1004.
Notice is hereby given that the regu
lar annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Reynoldsvllle and Falls Creek
Railroad Company will be held at the
Company's office In Reynoldsvllle, Pa.,
on Tuesday, January 17, 1905, at 10.00
a. m. for the purpose of electing a Pres
ident and Board of Direotorx for the
ensuing year, and the transaction of
such other business as may properly
come before the meeting.
Lucius W. Robinson, Pres,
B. M. CLARK, Secretary.
1 Want Column.
RntWl OtiA can.. n mtT fnr aah anil
Wanted Girl for general house
work. Inquire at The STAR office.
Wanted Girl at tho City Hotel
For Sale Farm In Beaver town
ship, known as the Joel Ressler farm
containing about 75 aores, about ten
acres hemlock, pine, linn and other
woods. Good house 28 x 30, stable 24 x
.iu witn shed, inquire hamuol Uesslor,
For Sale An old horse cheap. Iq
quire John M. Hays.
For Sale Good driving horse. In
quire at The STAR pflioe.
A sure sign of approaching revolt and
serious trouble In your system is ner
vousness, sleeplessness, or stomach up'
sets. Electric Bitters will quickly dls
member the troublesome causes. It
nover falls to tone the stomach, regu
late the Kidneys and Bowels, stimulate
the Liver, and olarify the blood. Run
down systems benefit particularly and
all the usual attending aches vanish
under Its searching and thorough ef
fectiveness. Electric Bitters is only
60c, and that la returned if It don't give
perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed by
H. Alex Stoke, Druggist.
Tho regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the First National Bank
of Reynoldsvllle, Pa., for the election
of Directors for the ensuing year and
for the transaction of any other busi
ness that may properly come before It,
will bu held In the Banking Room on
Tuesday. January 10th, 1006, at 3.00p.m.
John H. Kaucher, Cashier.
List of unclaimed letters remaining
In post oftlou at Reynoldsvllle, Pa., for
tho week ending Deo. 24, 1904 :
Mrs. Geo. Schwarz, Mrs. Mary Scott.
Say Hd voi' timid and give date of list
when calling for above.
E. c. Burns, P. M.
Notice to Advertisers.
The copy for all display advertise
menu must be In THE STAR office not
later than 2 00 p. m. Monday of each
week to have the advertisement appear
In the paper the week It la handed into
We are prepared to furnish fertilizing
lime on short notice. Address all com
munications to Cox & Marshall, Reyn
5 per cent cash discount on all
purchases at Milllrens.
5 per cent cash discount on all
purchases at Milllrens.
6 per cent cash discount on all
purchases at Milllrens.
One of the largest macaroni factories
In the state. Order aunt 0. 0. 1). or on
good reference anywhere In the
United HtatoH. Also wholesale agenta
for the well known brand of
5 per cent cash discount on all
purchases at Milllrens.
J. E. Mitchell, merchant tailor, near
New Year's Greeting
The closing of the year is the
accepted time for the interchange
of kindl j compliments. I extend
my best wishes, not only to con
form to custom, but because of
special reasons for gratitude to
my patrons for their extended
favors in the past year. In hopes
of being found worthy of future
favors, I beg leave to heartily
wish you all
flHaDDO New year
G. P. Koerner
The Grocery of Reynoldsville.
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JOHN C. HIRST,
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER,"
Surveyor and Draughtsman. OfHce In Sol
Bbaffor building, Main street,
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE.
Office four door from Row House, West
Black and white funeral cars. Mian street.
MILL END AND
WJK HAN DISC
UNDERTAKING AND PICTURE FRAMING.
The (1.8. Burlul League has been tested
and found all Hunt. Cheapest form of In
surunce. Secure a contract. Woodward
Building, Reynoldsvllle Pa.
S MADE OF THE HGHEST
GRADE1 CREAM OF TARTAR
AHDS THEREFORE THE
FOREST, MOST REUABLE
AND MOST HEALTHFUl BAfi
HG POWDER ON THE MARKET.
We are putting on sale this week, to continue as long as these -specials last, which ma be
three or four days, the greatest values of the season.
Absolutely New and Up-to-Date Goods
will be sold at prices which cannot be approached again this year. There will positively be no
duplicating of patterns and quality. Be sure that you get enough yards to make whatever
garment you wish to make.
We have purchased especially for this sale a heavy shipment of mill ends and short pieces
We have these at prices which you cannot afford to pass. These are all new patterns and
new spring merchandise, but short pieces. The money you can save by attending this sale
you can judge by the following prices:
10 and 12 l-2c Dress Ginghams at 7c and 8c.
15 and 18c Dress Ginghams, 10c. 18 and 20c White P. K., 15c
:I2 I-2c 36-in. Percales, 10c. 15 and 18c Curtain Swiss, 8 & 10c
15 and 18c Dimities, 10c. 15, 18 and 20c Tickings, 10c
10c 36-in. Cambrics, ' 8c. 50c Velors, Chair and Couch Cover, 40c
The above mentioned is all absolutely new spring merchandise we have bought especially
for this January sale at a saving of from 25 to 50 per cent to you. Don't you think now is the
time to make your purchases for January and February sewing ? We add to this a few rem
nants and short pieces from our own stock.
During this sale we give Double Green Trading Stamps. Don't you think
this a good time to get your Green Trading Stamp book filled ?
HICK & WAGNER
-THE BIG STORE
Corner Main and Fifth Streets.