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The Bio Stout:
SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE AT
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Ladie's Tailored Suits.
Sale of Children's Fine Ribbed Hose, and a Clean-up Sale of
some Odds and Ends in Underwear.
A few Child's Sweaters t6 clean up at 1-2 price.
S-iSES Z V- J3 W p, ce, You a, We save 33.,-3 p. ce,
T aT, Ma M WW Tailored Sul. tam & T.I1,,,- Ml ! I"' '"
20. Luilies' Tailored Suit at I13.J4 Jw w' la,lu' . , lw Wuus. you buy Horn very cheap.
These are the very best ol suits and value and you must not thl" B1 X.en CHId'. Fiue Ribbed Hose in a Clearance Sale ol one of the
CHILDS FINE BIBBED HOSE We have been "e,s Tboyonie In siaes from 5 to 9 1-2 all slues. It Is. very
heand bluest Cblld', Hosier, Mill. In - A". w. oer them .1,11. the, to.at 15e. There -111 be no more .hen
rioVguuie (food weight cotton hose and sells regularly all year rouno ior . .
these are all gone 25 cent IMUV, Ho.e for 15 - , , h, ., l0 cle,n up at the lollo.lng prices.
lZZ!X!2r2ZS r c""d'" am' m ,u,t '
J SS s'Se.TEES-W. have a ... Child, Sweater, ,0 . ,, Tle ff J-J-J
HICK & WAGN ER
. Corner Main and Filth Streets
The Big Store
- Additional personals on Firth Page.
W. C. Shores was in Brookvillo lust week.
l!hs Jessie Berkley was in DuBois last
. .fumes V. Boyle spent Christmas in
Mr. PcLatt, of Clearfield was in town
the past week.
- Geo. Porter, of Punxsiitawnoy, attended
Institute last week.
Ueorgo H. Slewnrt spent Christmas with
Fred Mi-Entire, student of State College,
is home for the holidnys.
Harold and Edward Eddy, of Penfield,
speut Sunday in Heynoldsville.
Miss Kose Blaek spent Christmas with
her sister in Philipsburg.
Josoph Fun-ell, of Pittsbm-g spent
Christmas with his parents.
Rev. J. Boll Neff, of DuBois, attended
Institute Thursday of last week.
Ex-Sheriff Shoafnocker, of Brookvllle,
attended Institute Wednesday of last
Miss Olga Henry, of Punxsutawney, was
tho guest of her uncle, Walter Henry, last
Miss Margorlo Denney, of Driftwood, is
the guest of Miss Unita Farrell, on First
D. F. Crossman. of Kedcliff, Pa. is a
guest at the home of his uncle, Dr. J. B..
Bruce Mitchell, of Homestead, spent
Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Cora
Mrs. Charles F. Hirst, of Connellsville,
and son, arrived home Friday to spend the
Happy New Year to all May it bring you good cheer:
Enjoyment and pleasure to all you hold dear;
Light Heartedness reigns at this time of the year
Let laughter and mirth be your measure sincere.
Just think when your needing good bargains
Come here: '
BING STOKE COMPANY.
L. M. Simmons, of DuBois, was in town
Clias. Wisov. or Punxsutawney, was in
town last week.
Dr. Frank Kaine, of Sykesvillo, spent
Christmas in town.
Misses Jane Smith and Aldlue Heed were
in DuBois Inst week.
Elwood MeClellan, of Pittsburg spent
Sunday in Heynoldsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilduuer, of DuBois,
spent Christmas with their parents.
elms. V. Dailov. who is employed at
Shlnglehouse, spent the holidays with his
Rnl. Wilson and sister, Lydia, of
Warsaw, are guests at the home of J. W.
F. D. Smith, who has been working in
West Virginia, is spending the holidays at
Mm Hnrrv Hernel. of McKeesport, Pa.,
spent Christmas with her parents, mr. ana
Mrs. M. C. Coleman.
AIpt Gillesnte. student .of Cornell
University, arrived home Friday to spend
the holidays with his parents.
nii'tinrd Pomrov. who is employed in
Butler. SDent Christmas with his sister,
Mrs. Wm. Bolt, In this place.
M. and Mrs. John Stauffer, of DuBois,
spent Christmas with the latter's parenU,
Mr. and Mrs. John Trudgen.
Mf and Mm. Samuel Bond, of DuBois,
spent Christmas with Mrs. Bond's parents,
Mr. and Mrs". F. M. Brown on urani streei.
Mr. Annie Bwarts. Mrs. Maud Rough,
and Mrs. Minnie Harkrider, of DuBoii,
spent Wednesday with Mrs. 1 nomas
Mr. and Mrs. Crls Lax, of Monongahela
City, spent Christmas with the latter's
parenU, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sayers, on
Earl B. Barkley, Who has been working
at Union City, spent Christmas with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barkley, in
this place. '
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, of Grant
street, went to Youngstown, Ohio, lost
Saturday to spend the holidays with their
son, Fred Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heckman, of Punx
sutawney, spent Christmas with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Heckman on Main street.
T. T. Millen, a former candidate for the
nnnhll('n nomination for register and
recorder, was a Reynoldsvllle visitor lost
week. He may come out again.
Ml.. TTnltn Farrnll. who has been visit-
lug her brother in West Vlrgina for the
past six months, arrived home Saturday to
spend the holidays with her parents.
"Playing the Ponies" at Adelphi to
mark the wonderful progress of the aire.
Air flights on heavy machines, telegrams
without wires, terrible war uiveniiumj
kill men, and that wonder of wonders,
Dr. King's New Discovery to save life
when threatened by coughs, colds, lagrippe
asthma, croup, bronchitis, iiemorrnages,
hay fever and whooping cough or lung
trouble. For all br jnchial affections it has
no ecfuaU It relieves nstuntly. Its tne
surest cure. James M. Black of Ashevllic,
N. C, R. D. No. 4, writes it cured him of
an obstinate cougli after all other remedies
failed. 60o: and 11.00. A trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Stoke & Feicht Drug Co.
A work shoe that gives more than satis
faction, Men's Ease; price 13.00 to t5.5u.
My! what a noise!
But If not tho child'
ran it's your head
ache in a flash.'
Soothe, and quiets
Put. vour head in a
m luvmil en naif Lob
clear a. a ball free from pain
Dow not affect the heart.
Any droit-. 10 and 25a
Warn (.heinKai (we.
Will be at Burn's livery stable, R-ynnlda-ville.
Thursday aft-run.'" "t .li week.
Will answer call, on Medium-1 to I'urnnii
tawney at any lini-.
The Kreat money makinKpl.nthe.been
whys a market, demand unlimited,
plot more pi
Sun t vour oi
.-J u .11
et, demand uniiiuiwMi. ruim,
irofltalile than a large farm.
ed this fall.
D-Nn VOH FBBB BOOK
to tell all about the business seed, plants,
growing, marketing, bow to itetthehiih
price fee the pmwlhlltlesof a small plot
of ground. We furnish the genuine
American variety seed at low price.
Write for ginseng booklet No. 11.
HIWTOWN PKODUCINO CO.,
Newtown. Bucks Co., fa.
Justice of thi Peace.
Pension Attorney and Real Estate Agent. '
MITH M. MoCREIGHT,
Ntv'i'v public nd real estate agent Ool
eci m- III rei;e ve prjmptattentioa. Office
' l,r t.vn(ii(lvllln ttsrdware Oo. building
.Vain Ktreet Ueynoldrivllle, Pa.
fJrvYMOXD E. BROWN,
attorney at law,
q m. Mcdonald, ,
Real estate agent, patents secured, col
lections made promptly. Office in Syndlca,
building, Reynoldsvllle Pa.
"Keep Bees Better and Keep
With every 15.00 order for
supplies I will give you one
high-grade Queen Bee, or will
give a corresponding discount
where queens are not wanted.
Order either by Falconer or Root
A. m. APPLBOATE
In Turning Over New Leaves
Be sure that some are the leaves of a Bank Book
showing a deposit In this popular and strong Bank.
Decide that the New Year shall find you among the
thrifty ones who become Independent through their
own exertions, and who are not dependent upon
others In time of need. Lay the foundation of a com
petence by starting an account today, and continue to
make deposits with regularity every pay-day. Write
for booklet. .
Four Ter Cent. And No Worry
Pittsburgh Bank for Savings
Fourth Avenue and Smlthfleld Street, Pittsburgh, P.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. $1,000,000.00.
DR. B. E. HOOVER,
Resident dentist. Tn the Hoover building
Main street, uentieness in operating.
JJR.L. L. MEANS,
Office on second floor of tbe First National
b nk building. Main street.
DR. R. DEVERE kino, . I
aAm mm a.nnnll llrui.Af Ih. 9 Wn H If-B tM Kflll d
Ing, Main street, Heynoldsville, Pa.
JJENRY PRI ESTER
Block and white f uneralcara. Mala street
JUGHES & FLEMING.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS. .
Main Street. Reynoldeyllle, Pa.
REYNOLDSVILLE, PA. "
Mi-ets every second and fourth Thuri
day in I. O. 6 F. bajl.
1X1 i dies I
All kinds of Hides bought
and highest cash prices paid