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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1004.
Entered at the postofflre at. Keynoldsvllle
I WISH TO THANK
my many patrons for
their generous patronage in
the past and ask a contin
uance in the future.
Wishing all a Hatty New
Year, I remain,
C. F. Hoffman
We know how it is ;
we can't blame you. If
it is a bad case bring
your prescription to us
at once the sooner the
better. If it is merely a
sick headache or colic,
perhaps some of our own '
remedies will fix you up.
Merry Christmas covers
a multitude of things be
ft Little ol EverutlilnQ,
Tlmo for Now Year resolutions.
Four more day and we will wrlto
Have you resolved to make now reso
lutions for the new year ?
While sleighing wait not very (food,
yet we did not have a green Christmas.
Rev. J. E. Klrkwood will preach In
the Baptist church on Sunday evening
Our merchants, especially the ones
that advertised, did a large amount of
Business last week.
Rev. J. E. Klrkwood filled an appoint
ment for Rev. A. D. McKay at Soldier
last Sunday afternoon.
JamesMulr has been appointed as a
substitute carrier on free rural delivery
route No. 1 out from Reynoldsvllle.
- Monday of next week vhe public
school vacation will be over and the
teachers and pupils will be at work
We wish all the readers of The Star,
whether they subscribe for or borrow
the paper, happy and prosperous New
An introduction social, rally and New
Year watob meeting will be held In the
Baptist church Saturday night, De
Mr. and Mrs. John Trudgen have the
thanks of The Stab office force for a
box of oboloe wedding cake. Printers
Undertaker J. H. Hughes will move
bit business location from the Wood
ward bfalldlng to the Taafe building
A New Year sermon will be preached
in the Buptldtoburoh on Sunday morn
ing by the pastor, Dr. Meek. Subject,
"A Crowned Year."
Invitations are out for tbo wedding of
Ira Merl KUngensmitb and Miss Nanoy
Jane Cooper, two highly respected
young people of Beech woods.
' The Presbyterian people will hold
four or five oottage. prayermeetings
next week, one of which will be held at
borne of 'Squire J. T. Guthrie In West
Reynoldsvllle next Tuesday evening.
At the teaobers' oounty Institute in
Brookvllle last week Reynoldsvllle was
represented on two committees. Prof,
C. V. Smith on committee on resolutions
and Prof. V. T. MoClure on committee
tye oourse of reading.
Rua Johnston, of Strattonvllle, and I
Miss Gertrude Johnston, of Corsica,
visited relatives in West Reynoldsvllle
Prof. Oat man will hold a New Years'
ball In Reynolds Park Monday evening,
Jan. 2nd. Admission 60c for gents, 10c
for Indies. Dance starts at 0.00 o'clock.
The annual contest betwoon the
Roy nolds villo,Punxsutawney and Brook
vllle high schools will be held in the
Belvedere opera house, Brookvllle,
March 3, 1008. Brookvllle Democrat.
C. A. Barlett and bridge crew on Low
Grade Division of the P. R. R., who
have u boaiillng car, were sent down to
the River' Division Saturday and are
now working on a bridge at Rlmerton.
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church,
Rev. J. W. Myers pastor. Sunday
services Jan. 1, 1005 : Sunday school
0.45 a. m , preaching at 11.00 a. m. and
7.30 p.m. Service at Wlshaw at, 3.00
The Adams Express Company never
handled as many packages during the
Christmas season since an office was
opened In Roynoldsville at was handled
by Express Agent Shaffer and his as
sistants last week.
Frank Stratum, of Falls Creek, a
registered pharmacist, who has had
twenty-five years experience, will take
charge of H. Alex Stoke's new drug
store In Sykesvllle, which Mr. Stoke
expects to open in about ten days.
A list of the applications for liquor
license in Jefferson county will be found
in this issue of The Star. There are
forty-two applications for retail, four
brewors, two 'wholesale, two bottlers
and two distillers, making a total of
There are three hundred and sixty
five school teachers in Jefferson county.
Wlnslow township has thirty-six teach
ers, almost double the number In any
other township In the county. None of
the other townships employ over twenty
Mr. O. H. Broadbead, one of the
prominent Republicans of Wlnslow
township and whose name is prominent
ly mentioned In connection with the
nomination for sheriff soon to be made,
is among those in attendance at Insti
tute this week. Brookvllle Republican.
Mrs. Joseph R. MUUren entertained
twenty-five young people at her home
on Grant street last Friday evening In
honor of her guest, Miss Margaret
Green, of Punxsutawney. "Flinch,"
"Pit" and other games were played.
Refreshments wore served. It was a
very pleasant party.
Frank Dixon's lecture before the
teachers' Institute Tuesday evening was
magnificent. There was a large aud
ience and everyone who beard him was
delighted. The matter of his lecture
was new to most of our people, but he
presented It in an inimitable manner.
Brookvillu Democrat. Rev. Dixon will
lecture In Assembly ball Tuesday even
ing, January 10.
The Baptist young people will hold a
watch meeting and an Introduction
social and rally at the Baptist church
on Saturday evening. A devotional
exercise will be held from 11.00 o'clock
to midnight, when the bell will ring
out the old year and ring In the new.
A oordlal welcome Is extended to all
young people irrespective of creed.
A good time is anticipated.
Mr. Cal. Coleman, a highly respected
and prominent citizen of Goodville, In
diana Co., a distant relative of ye edi
tor, on whose farm the Buckwheat Re
unions are held, was buried last Satur
day. Paralysis was cause of his death.
Mr. Coleman bad been running a flour
ing mill for a number of years and was
was well known In Indiana and adjoin
About nine o'olock last Thursday
night some villain picked up the dummy
In front of A. Katzon's store and carried
It Into, a dark place between two build
ings nearby and took a storm overcoat
off the dummy and skipped. At ten
o'olock the same night there was a
fellow over at the tannery trying to sell
a storm overcoat that answered the de
scription of the one stolen from Mr.
Katzen. The thief may be apprehend
The Protected Home Circle of Reyn
oldsvllle elected following offioers :
President, . J. K. Womeldurf ; Vice
President, James Mulr ; guardian, Jen
nie Womeldurf secretary, Luella
Strouse ; asst. sec, J. A. Welsh ; treas
urer, G. F. Engle ; chaplain, Mary
Strauss ; guide, Albert Strauss ; com
panion, Laura Draucker ; porter, J. H.
Hughes : watchman, A. W. Draucker ;
organist, Luclle Mitchell ; trustee, U.
G. bbeafnocker 18 month.
If Prof. R B. teltrlok Is walking on
air this week the elation expressed In
bis step need not all be ascribed to the
great success of the forty-ninth annual
teachers' Institute, over which be is
presiding, for the stork paid a visit to
tbs Teltrlok home on Monday morning
at about eight o'olock and left with the
Professor and his estimable wife a most
acceptable Christmas present In the
shape of a baby girl. The Professor's
family now stands three to one In favor
of the boys. Baoook villa Republican
Deo. 22. v
DEATH OF A HANDSOME .
YOUNG LADY SUNDAY.
Miss Alice Dunn Died at the Home of Her
Sister, Mrs. P. J. Deegan, and was
Buried.at Lindsey Tuesday.
Miss Alice P. Dunn, perhaps as pretty
girl as was ever soon on the streets of
Reyuoldsvllle, died at the home of her
sister, Mrs. P. J. Deegan, on Jackson
street, at 1.20 a. m. Sunday, December
25,1004. Consumption was cause of her
death. Miss Dunn was born at Dushore,
Sullivan county, Pa., October 8, 1887,
and was seventeen years, two months
and seventeen days old at time of doalh.
She was the .daughter of Frank Dunn,
now employed at the Roynoldsville tan
nery. Alice's mother died three years
ago with consumption. Alice made her
homo with a brother, James Dunn, In
Punxsutawney, until last Febru
ary, when sho camo to Heynolds-
vllle to live with her sister. The body
was taken to Lindsey on the 7.40 a. m.
trolley yesterday, funeraPscrvlces were
held In the Lindsey Catholic church
and Interment was made In the Catholic
cemetery at that plnco. Deceased Is
survived by her father and sister In this
place, brother at Punxsutawney, broth
er at Hallton, two sisters In Minnesota
and one slstor in Montana.
A Cruise Around the World.
Duncan M. Dunsmore, jr., of West
Reynoldsvllle, who enlisted In the navy
November 0, 1003, Is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Dunsmore,
sr. On Friday he will return to League
Island where his vesgol, "Panther," is
now lying. Early next month the U. S.
armored cruiser, "Colorado," will go
Into commission and Duncan will be
assigned to that ship, which will be
Dewey's flag ship in the North Atlantlo
Squadron and will go to West Indies In
January for the spring maneuvering.
From there they will start on a trip
around the world and Duncan does not
expect to get home again Inside of three
years. Duncan Is a bright young man
and when he returns will be able to
give an Interesting description of bis
The Jefferson county teachers' insti
tute held in Brookvllle last week was a
success tn every particular. The at
tendance was large, the day instructors
excellent and the night entertainers
high-classed. The teachers from this
section speak in the highest praise of
the institute, and some of them even
say it was the best Institute ever hold
In Brookvllle. Prof. Teltiick engaged
the best talent attainable for the insti
tute and none of his Instructors or
entertainers failed to keep their en
Conrad Fink Dead.
Conrad Fink, who resided nearPanio,
brother-in-law of Mrs. J. C. Barto, of
this place, died Thursday morning,
December 22, 1904, and was burled at
Oliveburg Saturday. Mrs. Barto and
son, W. Pearl Barto, attended the
fuderal. In April of this year Mr.
Fink's son died, In October bis wife
died and he soon followed them to the
Great Beyond. All three of those
people died in the month that they
were born and within a few days of
Cutting Affray at Rathmel.
Some foreigners who had been im
bibing from the cup that intoxicates,
had a quarrel at UhiIi mel Monday and
knives were used. A Slav named
George Flman was so badly cut on the
head that It was thought bo would not
live. Ho was taken to the Adrian
Hospital Tuesday. A telephone mes
sage from the hospital this morning
stated that Flman wus seriously in
jured, but ho will recover.
A Monster Butterfly,
Early in Ootober Mrs. W. T. Cox
while in the grape arbor notloed a very
large cocoon. Her curiosity being
aroused she cut the twig off to which It
was attached and hung it up in tho din
ing room, near a gas jot. On Sunday
morning, December 18tb, it sent forth
a monster butterfly of groat beauty in
oolors. It measured five Inches from
tip to tip of Its wings. It is still alive
and doing well at this wrltiug.
Would be Qood Resolution
It would be an excellent and com-'
mundable resolution for all persons in
debted to the editor of The Star for
subscription to resolve to pay all ar
rearage before the first of the year and
begin the New Year with yoursubsorlp
tlon paid up. ,
In our list last week of students at
home, or expected home, from college
for the holiday -vacation we unlnten
tonally omitted the names of the, follow
ing students : MIbs Anna Kluhr, Clarion
State Normal ; MUs Mary MoDonald,
Villa Merla Academy, Erie ; Wallace
S. Mitchell, Moody's Bible Institute,
6 per oent cash discount on all
purchases at Mllllrens.
5 per oent oaBb dlsoount on 'all
purchases at Mllllrens.
6 per oent cash discount on all
purchases at Mllllrens.
MANY HOLIDAY WEDDINGS.
Six Young Couples Join Heart and Hand
for all Eternity.
Homer Smith, of Deemer's Cross
Roads, and Miss Maude May Hilliard,
of Iowa, Pa., were married at the home
of Daniel Smith, Deemer's Cross Roads,
December 24, 1904, by Rev. (J. W.
Elliot. Steel, of Brookvllle, and Miss
Edith C. Smith, daughter of Jonotban
Smith, of Hormtown, were married by
Rev. J. W. Myers at his home tn Reyn
oldsvllle December 26, 1004.
Married Deo. 27, 1004, at the Baptist
parsopage by Rev. Dr. A. J. Meek,
Williara Foltz and Miss Minnie Pom
roy, both of Reynoldsvllle. The bride
and groom were attended by Arthur
Lewis, of Medlx Run, Pa., and Miss
Nellie Harris, of Rathmel. Mr. and
and Mrs. Foltz will make their home
in Iselln, Indiana county. The many
friends wish them a pleasant voyage
Walter Rodwell, of Soldier,' and Miss
Emma Miller, daughter of Mrs. John
Miller, of Prescottvllle, were married
at 10.00 a. m., Thursday, Dor-ember 22,
1004, by Rev. J. W. Myers, pastor of
the Lutheran church, at his residence
on Fifth street. Mr. Rodwell and bride
left here on the 11.42 a. m. train the
same day on a wedding trip to Smith
port, McKean Co., Pa. Their friends
extend congratulations and best wishes.
Nick Moore and Miss Beatrice Henry,
of Rathmol, were married at the Bap
tist parsonage In this place at 10.00 a.
m. Saturday, December 24, 1004, by
Rev. Dr. A. J. Meek. Miss Polly
Mitcholl was bridesmaid and Thomas
Rider was groomsman. Mr. Moore and
bride went to Leechburg Saturday af
ternoon on a wedding trip. The numer
ous friends of this couple extend con
gratulations and best wishes.
On Monday evening, Deo. 20, a wed
ding occurred at the residence of Kenn
er Johnston, of Wlnslow township when
Miss Margaret K. Johnston, niece of
the former, was united In marriage to
David B. Hill, of Rathmel. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. J. E.
Dean. The couple were attended by
E. D. and Miss Iris Johnston, cousins of
the bride. None but the lm;ue' ate
family, were present. Mr. and Mrs.
Hill are both well and favorr.bly known
in this locality. They will begin home
making at Rathmel.
PROOF OF TRUE FRIENDSHIP.
Farmers of Paradise Give Signal Aid to
One of Their Number who Lost
Heavily Through Fire.
About 2.00 a. m. Monday, December
5, the barn of A. C. Wells, near town,
was totally destroyed by fire, mention
of which was made In The Star. The
summer crops, farming Implements and
some live stock were consumed In the
barn. Mr. Wells' loss amounted to
over $000.00. Mr. Wells has evidence
now to convince him that some person
was In the barn stealing feed and ac
cidentally set the barn on fire by drop
ping a match or lighted cigar.
The fire was a heavy loss to Mr.
Wells. He had some stock without
anything to feed them and only bad
enough flour In the house for one bak
ing of bread, having been to busy to
take bis grain to mill. His large heart
ed, generous neighbors and some friends
in Paradise came to bis help In the time
of need and have given hlra hay by
tho load, flour, feed and cash. The
Protected Home Circle of Reynolds
vllle, gave blm $25.00. Mr. Wells re
quested us to state that he appreciates
the kindness and goneroslty of his
friends and neighbors and that he is
very grateful to thorn for their sub
stantial evidence of friendship.
REPORTS OF REGISTERS.
Winslow Township Shawn to be in a
Thriving Condition. ' '
The registers of Wlnslow township
have completed the fall registration and
have made their returns, to the county
commissioners. According to these re
turns there are 1177 voters in Wlnslow
township. Following are the returns :
Precinct No. 1, D. J. Thomas register,
voters 376, births 63, deaths 18 ; pre
olnct No. 2, T. J. Newoome register,
voters 278, births' 10, deaths 2 ; product
No. 3, William L. Brown register,
voters 02, births 7, deaths 2 ; preclnot
No. 4, P. A. Smith register, voters
431, births 03, deaths 14. There were
162 births and 38 deaths in the town
ship during the six months.
It Was Charcoal Sparks.
The tinners who are roofing the I. O.
O. F. three story briok block left their
charooal f'irnaoe on top of the building
last evening with a little fire In It and
the strong wind that sprung up about
0.30 fanned the fire so that It was burn
ing enough to shower sparks from roof
at 10.00 and the natural conclusion of
some person who saw the sparks was
that tl t building was on fire and the
fire alarm was given and nope Hose
Co, quickly responded, but their servloe
was not needed. .'
6 per oent cash dlsoount on all
purchases at Mllllrens.
WM. H. TRUDGEN AND MISS CORA
One Hundred Quests Present at the Cer
emony, which Occurred at Home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Trudgen, Sr.
A very pretty home wedding took
place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
John Trudgon, on Jackson street, at
4.30 p. m. on Monday, December 20,
1004, when their youngest son, William
H. Trudgen, and Miss Cora Pearl
Heemor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Con
rad Hoemer, of Prescottvllle, wero
united In the holy bonds of matrimony.
Miss Erma Robinson played the wed
ding march and the ceromony was per
formed by Rev. Dr. J. A. Parsons, pas
lor of the M. E. church. It was a ring
ceromony. Miss Mary Trudgen, sister
of the groom', was bridesmaid, and John
Stauffcr, of Eleanora, was groomsman.
The bride was dressed in blue silk and
wore white carnations. The brides
maid was dressed in blue, trimmed In
white, and wore white carnations. After
congratulations an excellent wedding
dinner was served. There were ono
hundred guests present.
Mr. Trudgen and bride are excellent
young people, highly esteemed an re
spected. They had a house already
furnished and went to their own home
Three members of Conrad Heemer's
family are 111 with typhoid fever and
that marred the pleasures of tbe wed
ding a little.
The Star joins with their many
friends In wishing Mr. and Mrs. Trud
gen unbounded joy and prosperity in
life's journoy together.
Tbe presents were beautiful and use
ful, consisting of rocking chairs, silver
ware, table linen and bedspreads, side
board, half dozen kitchen chairs, parlor
stand, rug, check for $25.00, six piece
silver tea ant from M. E. choir, pictures,
settee, dining room table, dishes, glass
ware. REV. DIXON'S LECTURE.
The Youngest of a Famous Quartette
Adds Lustre to the Family Name.
Rev. Frank Dixon delivered his lec
ture, "The Threat of Socialism, or the
Modern Attempt to Secure the Survival
of the Unfit," before the JefTerson coun
ty teachers' institute on Tuesday even
ing. Rev. Dixon is the younger broth
er of Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr., who has
twice appeared before our institute
with such pleasure and profit to all, and
if there wore any in the audience who
had previously thought of tbe possibil
ity of his traveling on his brother's
renutatlon they had abundant reason to
forget it before tbe close of his mag
nllcent effort. In fact Frank Dixon
came perilously close to, If be did not
Indued attain the realization of his own
jocose assertion 'that "he could beat
Tom lecturing all hollow." His subject
was a live one and ho treated it from
tbe standpoint of tbe man rather than
of the theorist, laying bare with bril
liant rhetorlo and forceful logic tho fal
lacies of a theory that would substitute
legislative panaceas for individual effort
and attainment. It Is a lecture that can
be heard with profit by every American.
Rev. Dixon "made good," in tfie lan
guage of the street, Tuesday night, so
muoh so that when Thomas Dixon
again appears bofore our people he may
have to be Introduced as "Frank Dixon's
oldor brother. Brookvllle Ii( publican,
Rev. Dixon will looture at Assembly
hall Tuesday evening, Jan. 10th.
Lutheran Christmas Services.
A Christmas so r vice was hold In the
Chestnut Grove Lutheran church on
Christmas eve. Tbe Bervloe consisted
of singing Christmas hymns, soripture
reading and prayer. A handsomely
decorated Christmas tree stood In tbe
ohancel of the church.
Trinity Lutheran Sunday school of
Reynoldsvllle hold their Christmas ser
vloe Sunday evening. A program en
titled, "We Have Seen His Star," was
rendered by the school and choir. Tbe
program consisted of scripture reading,
Christmas hymns and suitable Christ
mas recitations rendered by the chil
dren. Tho members of the school were
treated to a box of candy and an orange.
A large and very attentive audienoe
was present filling the house to over
flowing. The growth of this school has
been remarkable, being re-organized
two years ago with less than a dozen
scholars It now has an enrollment of
Tbe Christmas service held In tbe
Emerlckvllle Lutheran church on Mon
day evening was very largely attended.
A choir consisting of Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Hughes, of Reynoldsvllle, Miss L.
Grace Beard, of Middletown, Md., and
the three daughters of Rev. J. W.
Myers, assisted by Rev. W. H. Garnett,
pastor of the M. E. church, and the con
gregatlon rendered an interesting ser
vice of song, consisting of Christmas
hymns, solos and choruses. Miss Beard
sang "The Holy City" and rod ted a
suitable and touching selection. A
treat was banded oat) to the children
at the close of the servloe.
6 per cent cash dlsoount on all
purchases at Mllllrens.
Ladles' ooata made over at Mullen's.
THE PEOPLE WHO ARE PASSING
TO AND FRO.
Mis Sadie Ford Is visiting In Big
Frank Heckman Is visiting In John
sonburg. Miss Nettle Naomi Wilson Is visiting
C. R. Hall and wife spent Monday in
Robert Stephenson, of Garee, visited
tn town last week.
Miss Earlo, of Ansonvllle, is visiting
R. L. MIlo's family.
Mrs. Clara M. Shlck Is visiting her
parents at Worthvllle.
Dr. J. C. Sayera and wife, spent
Christmas at Hawthorne
Albert Gelsler, of Pittsburg, Is visit
ing his home In this place,
Mrs. Wm. Barclay and' son, Earl,
spent Monday In Brookvllle.
M. Mohney and wife are visiting
their daughter at Areola, 111.
G. W. Arblaster and wife spent
Christmas at New Bethlehem.
Miss Maggie Solids Is visiting rela
lives at DeYoung, Elk County.
J. Morris Dally spent Christmas at
home of his parents In Penfleld.
Miss Laura McCoy, of Sbawmut, is
the guest of Mrs. P. J. Connelly.
Henry Shields, who has been at Coal
port, Ky., Is home for a few days.
W. T. Cox was at Huntington, Pa.,
last week as a witness In a law suit.
Harvey Deter and Miss Maude En
dean visited In New Bethlehem Monday.
Miss Lydla Melllnger, of Pittsburg,
Is visiting at her borne In this place.
Robert Douthit and wife spent Christ
mas with their daughter at Falls Creek.
Nicholas Welsch and wife and son,
Edwin, spent Christmas at Tarentum.
Miss Bertha Young, of Bradford, was
the guest of Miss Elsie Ross Christmas.
Mrs. W. H. Karns and son, William,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weed.
Miss Edith Clark visited at Brock
wayvllle and Sugar Hill the past week.
Miss Edna Myers, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
Is visiting at her home In this place.
Mrs. C. K. Hawthorne, of DuBois,
visited her parents In this place last
T. H. Reynolds and wife, of Framp
ton, visited In this section the past
P. D. Guthrie has been visiting his
son at Summervllle during the past
Mrs. Francis O. Sutter and son,
Kenneth, are visiting In Cleveland,
II. F. Sohugers and wife, of Verona,
are visiting their parents near this
Mrs. W. H. Hartman, of Sllgo, vUIted
ber brother, Frank Caldwell, In this
Dr. C. C. Rumberger and daughter,
MIbs Mary, of Big Run, were in town
Rev. J. E. Dean spent Christmas with
bis daughter, Mrs. J. C. Williams, at
George McGrody spent several days
of the past week with his daughter In
Joseph B. Mitchell, pharmacist, now
employed at Houtzdale, Is visiting in
Miss Maybell Sutter, of Pittsburg,
spent Christmas with her parents in
William Rhoads, of Penfleld, visited
bis son, Grant Rhoads, In this place
John Rltchey, of Tionosta, visited his
aunt, Mrs. H. J. Pollltt, on Fifth street
Fred Plfor and wife visited the latter't
parents at; Rockland, Pa., during the
Miss Nellie E. Sutter, of New Bethle
hem, spent Christmas with her parents
in this place.
Mrs. John O'Neal, of Driftwood, vis
ited ber parents in West Reynoldsvllle
the past week.
I. N. Earle, of Clearfield, was tbe
guest of Evangelist Joseph Klrkwood
Miss Margaret Green, of Punxsutaw
ney, was the guest of Mrs. J. R. MU
Uren over Sunday.
Mi&s Margaret Now, of Jeanette, who
was visiting her brother, Bert Now, re
turned home Monday.
Robert H. Wilson and wife spent
Christmas with their son, Dr. Reld
Wilson, in Brookvllle.
W. M. Bradenbaugb and family spent
CbrlBtmas at home of tbe former's
parents In Brookvllle.
William Shoemaker and wife visited
the letter's brother, L. M. Stewart, at
Butler tbe past week.
Mrs. L. D. Rupert and son, George,
spent Christmas with tbe former's
brother in Brookvllle.
W. J. Norris left here Saturday to
visit a few days tn New Kensington,
Tarentum and Pittsburg.
Miss Elvle Coleman visited In Big
Run the past week.
Bruce Mitchell, of Homestead, Is
visiting his mother.
Clarence Lelrd and wife, of DuBois,
visited In town Monday.
Robert Norris and wife of Connolls
ville, are visiting in town.
Miss Sara Kleichcer, of Big Run,
visited Mrs. Richard Smith the past
Mrs. C. A. Stephenson will go to St.
Marys on noon train to-day to see a
sister who Is very ill.
Miss Minnie Keck, stenographer for
Lawyer M. M. Davis, spent Christmas
at her borne at Worthvllle.
Mrs. George Moore, of Erie, visited
her brother, H. Eugene Phillips, add
family, in this place last week.
Miss Vera Sample, of Hawthorne,
visited at the home of A. J. Trultt on
Jackson street over Christmas.
Miss Marie E. Hughes, of New Castle,
is visiting her uncle, Rev. Dr. A. J.
Meek, at the Baptist parsonage.
O. A. Gray, who has employment at
Washington, D. C, is spending a few
days with his family in this place.
Irven Kunes, who is employed at
Emporia, Va., came home last week to
spend the holidays with his family.
Mrs. Amelia Murray, who was visit
ing daughter at Mahaffey, Pa., bas
returned to her horfe In this place.
Misses Pauline Humphrey, Margaret
Applegate and Vera Applegate visited
in Curwensville during the past week.
Miss LUlle Lenkerd, one of the teach
ers In thepubllo schools of this borough,
spent Christmas at her home at Red
fern. Daniel Mornlngstar, who has been at
Salem, Ohio, two years, Is visiting old
time friends In Rathmel and Reynolds
vllle. L. L. Gourley, foreman of the Volun
teer, and wife have been visiting the
latter's uncle at Braddock the past
Mr. and Mrs. F. P.. Howe, of Arcadia,
visited the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. f. Farroll, in this place last
Frank A.. Herpel, I of Wilmington,
Del., spent Christmas with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Herpel, in this
Lawyer G. M. McDonald and family
spent Christmas with Mrs. McDonald's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dally, at
George Mulr, who has been In New
York City sometime, Is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Mulr, In
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gourley, of Frost
burg, spent Christmas with the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Lewis, on
James Sbaner visited his sisters
Mrs. W. J. Frank and Mrs. Wilson
Gross, and brother, F. B. Shaner, ' in
Pittsburg tbe past week.
Miss Anna Murray, who was clerking
in her broteer's store at Big Run, has '
reslgnod that position and returned to
her home la this ylace.
John L. SllfTer, who was a oltlzen of
this place and Hopkins a number of
years, but who has been at Laquln, Pa.,
some months, Is visiting in town.
Mrs. Joseph Landschutz, of Burling- ,
ton, N. J., who was visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Snyder, In West
Reynoldsvllle, will return to Burling
Miss Margaret Myers, toacher In the
public schools at Greenville, came to
Reynoldsvllle Friday to spend the
holidays with her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. J. W. Myers.
Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Bacon, of Wells
boro, Tioga county, Pa., have been
visiting their son, Prof. D. S. Bacon, In
this place the past week. Dr. Bacon
Is a prominent physician of Wellsboro.,
Nicholas Downs and daughter, Mrs.
George Thomas, of Bloomfield, N. J.,
are visiting Joseph Mitchell and family
at Rathmel and Reynoldsvillo frlonds.
Mr. Downs was a resident of Reynolds
vllle some years ago.
. Twenty-five per cent oil on all of the
hats that I now have In stock. If you
have not already bought, now Is your
chance to get a nloe hat for little money
at Mrs. Smith's, opposite the posteffioe.
6 per oent cash .discount on all
purchases at Mllllrens.
25 per oent reduotlon on all ladles'
and children's ooats at Mllllrens.
Harmon's shoos. "
6 per oent cash discount on all
purchases at Mllllrens,
6 per oent cash discount on all
purchases at Mllllrens. -