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The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus $ 1 75,000.00
Actual Resources over $650,000.00
John H. Kaucher, Pres.
John H. Kaucher
Henry O. I)clbli
.I.C.King Daniel Nolan
J. S. Hammond
K. O. Schuckkbb. Cashier
K. H. Wilson
Every Accommodation Consistent with Careful Banking
The Bank That Docs Things
It requires time and energy and ripe experience to
make a bank. We claim all the essentials of an Efficient
Bank and offer in addition Absolute Safety.
Interest paid on Savings Accounts, having liberal
Foreign Exchange issued on all parts oi the world.
Capital and Surplus $130,000.00;
THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
(Oldest Bank In the County)
Open Saturday Evening.
Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
Do you have insurance policies, (keels,
stock certificates, mortgages, bonds, wills,
or other valuable papers., which Jmight b4
stolen or destroyed by fire?
Would it not be wise for you to rent one
of these boxes where your papers would be
absolutely safe and absolutely private?
You alone have the key. Only $2.00 ver
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Pittsburg Branch 641 Liberty Avenue.
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Be sure that tome are the learea of a Bank Book
showing a deposit In tills popular .and strong Bank,
Decide that the New Tear 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
Four Per Cent. And No Worry
Pittsburgh Bank for Savings
Fourth- AVenue and Bmlthfleld Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
., CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $1,000,000.00. ,
WEST REYNOLDSVILLE STREET
WHEREAS, it Is desired that the
Itoynoldsvllle Light & Power Company
make a new contract with the Borough
of West Rojnoldsville, for the lighting
of the streets, lanes and alleys of Bald
Borough with Street f: Scries Tungsten
THEREFORE, bo it orduined by the
Town Council of the Borough of West
Rcynolilsville, ami it is hereby ordained
by authority of the same:
(Section 1. That the said Borough hire fi-om
The Reynoldsvllle Light & Power
Company its successors or assigns, not
less than Twelve (12) Street Scries
Tungsten lights, to be of not less than
100 watt.s and to be kept burning each
and every night during the period of
tills contrnct, to be Unrated at such
point or points as the Light Committee
of the Town Council rmay direct,
which said lights shall be kept and
maintained by the said Reynoldsvlllo
Light & Power Company, its successors or
assigns for the period of throe (3) years
from the 1st day of January A. D. 11)11,
and so long thereafter as may be
satisfactory to both parties. Either
party, after the period of three (3)
years, may terminate this contract by
giving ninety (90) days notice In
writing to the other party.
In consideration for which the said
Borough of West Reynoldsvlllo will pay
or cause to bo paid to The Roynolds
ville Light & Power Company, Its
successors or assigns, the sum of thirty-
two and 50-100 (132.50) n, Dollars per
annum, for each and every Street
Series Tungsten light so kopt and
maintained. provided however, that
whore the renewals for any series
Tungsten lamp or lumps shall exceed
four for the year, that then tho snid
borough will pay or cause to lie paid
to the said Light Company, its success
ors or assigns, the sum'iof Thirty-five
(1:15.00) Dollars, for each and every
Street Series " Tungsten light so kopt,
maintained and renewed more than four
times for the year. Saul sum to ho
paid quarterly on the 1st day of January
April, July anil October of each and
every year during the period this
contract shall he in force nnd effect.
Deductions anil allowances shall be
made by the said Reynoldsvllle Light
& Power Company, its successors or
assigns, for any light or lights that do
not burn the reiiiiired length of time
For the time the first- night any
individual lamp does not burn, the Light
Company shall deduct tho amount it
would have received had the lamp been
burning for that time, and for tho time
during the second and subsequent nights
when any individual lamp does not burn,
the Light Company agrees to deduct tho
individual nutago for the time tho lamp
did not bum plus an additional outage of
twcnty-livo (') percent for the time
tho lamp did not burn by way
The Borough Council agrees to co
operate with the Light Company In
ascertaining when lights are out and
will have Its employees notify the Light
Company promptly, cither personally or by
postal cards, of any light they may
know of being out. said deductions and
allowances to be determined for each
quarter, before tho light bill is paid.
In case of any accident by fire, the
elements or any other unavoidable
accident, the Light Company ahull have
a reasonable time in which to repair
its lights or plant, during which time
the said Company shall shall receive no
pay for lights not actually furnished,
and tho general outage shall lie
determined at the end of each qunnter,
and a deduction at pro rata the cost
of the light, shall lie made for the
general outage so found, it being under
stood that there Is to he no penalty for
Section 2. The Bir-ingh of West
Iieynoldsvllc will annually hereafter,
levy and collect from its inhabitants a
tax sufficient for the purpose of paying
for said Street Series Tungsten lights
as now provided by law.
Section 8. Should tho said Royn
oldsville Light & Power Company, its
successors or assigns, fail to accept this
ordinance nnd be bound by tho terms and
conditions thereof, within thirty days
from the date hereof, then this
ordinance shall become void and the
Borough of West ReynoVsville shall be
released from all Inability thereunder,
Section 4. That any ordinance or part
of ordinance coullictiug with this
ordinance is hereby repealed, so far as
the same affects this ordinance.
Ordained and enacted into a law in
Council this 5th day of December A. D.
S. G. AUSTIN, President.
P. KOEHLER, Secretary..
Approved this 16th day of December,
A. D. 1010.
C. C. HERPEL, Chief Burgess.
Notice to Stockholders.
Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the Jefferson and Clear
field Coal and Iron Company will be held
nt the company's office in Reynoldsvllle,
Pa., on Tuesday, January 12, 1911, at 10
o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of electing
a Board of Directors for tho ensuing year,
and the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the meeting.
Lucius W. Robinson,
Lewis Iselin, President.
Notice to Stockholders.
Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the Reynoldsvllle and
Falls Creek Railroad will be held at the
company's office In Reynoldsvllle, Pa., on
Tuesday, January 17, lull, at 10:15 o'olock
a. m., for the purpose . of electing s Board
of Directors for the coming year, and the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before the meeting,
Lucius W. Robinson,
B. M. Clark, President. .
REPUDIATES GAS AGREEMENT
Bitter Controversy Over At
torney Gillespie's Compromise
With Phillips Co.
The controversy between the Phillips
Gas Company and the Council of Punxsu-
tawney concerning the right of tho gas
company to charge over twenty (rents per
thousand feet for gas furnished to
residents and industries of Punxsutawney,
reached a climax last week when the
council by a vote of seven to three refused
to ratify the compromise agreement which
had been prepared by the borough
solicitor, W. M. Gillespie.
President Fail-man in a lengthy talk
strongly urged the council not to ratify tho
agreement entered into, stating thBt he
believed that the borough was in the right
and that although the borough might
suffer industrially he was representing the
poor of the town as well as the moneyed
men and proposed first to take care of the
needy, those who were unable to stand the
raise above twenty cents per thousand
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Robert Fleming found a tarantula in
bunch of bananas in the company store at
Eleanors one day last week. Rbbert made
the Insect a captive and brought it to
school for uso of the natural history class.
The school term Is half over.
A special program is being prepared for
evening of February 22.
The class in bookkeeping has completed
tho introductory course and is asking for
the advanced course
The attendance for the first week after
vacation is good, but no single school or
class is perfect in attendance and
punctuality. The Senior boys and Alius
Schnltzc's boys nro the only group of
pupils perfect in these, two particulars.
The board of directors has added u few
pieces of apparatus to the physical
laboratory nnd tho class has contributed
several articles of their own construction.
Escip-d With His Life.
"Twenty-one years niro I faced an awful
death.-' writes, H., B. Martin, Port
Harrelson. S. C. "Doctors said I had con
sumption and the dreadful cnugh I had
looked like it, sure enough. I tried every
thing, I could hoar of, for my cough, and
was under tho treatment of Vho best
doctor in Georgetown, S. C. for a year, but
could get no relief. A friend advised me to
try Dr. King's Now Discovery. 1 did so.
and was completely cured. 1 feel that I
owe my lifo to this great throat and lung
cure." Its positively guaranteed for
coughs, colds, and all bronchial affections.
50c & 11.00. J'riul bottle free nt Stoke &
Feicht Drug Co.
Now Is the Time
To have your overcoat cleaned, dyed or
pressed at Dahler's dry cleaning establishment.
Save yourself from having n broken arm
or leg. Got ice ereeors on your shoes or
rubbers. Price 25 eon ts. Adam's.
Head Gibsons Optical ad and dates.
VETEKINAKY NUIUSF.ON, ,
Wl I lip n Burn's livery stable, ltcynolds
lni', Ihu'mUv iifu -111111111 of ,-n li i-i-k,
tll ,'UISHUI 1-allH mi tclcphono to PllllXMI-
tawm-v hi. Hny llin-i
MILLIONS OF LIVES.
An Awful Toll Collected by Consump
tionMany Unnecessary Deaths.
If people could only understand that
systematic catarrh Is an Internal dis
ease that external applications cannot
cure, tbey would not need to be warn
ed no often about this malady, which,
when neglected, paves the way often
times for consumption, at the cost of
millions of lives every year. Yet ca
tarrh may be cured. If the right treat
ment Is employed.
The only way to successfully treat
catarrh ts by employing a medicine
which is absorbed and carried by tie
blood to all parts of the system, so
that the mucous membrane or1 Internal
lining of the body Is toned up and
made capable of resisting the Infec
tion of consumption and other diseases
We have n remedy prepared from
the prescription of a physician who
for thirty years studied and made ca
tarrh a specialty, and whose record
was a patient restored to health In
every case where bis treatment was
followed as prescribed. That remedy
ts Reznll Mueu -Tone. We are so posi
tive that It will completely overcome
catarrh in ' all . Its various forms,
whether acute or cbroDle, that we
promise to return every penny paid us
for the medicine In every case where
it falls or for any reason does not sat
isfy the user.
We want you to try Reiall Mucu
Tone on our recommendation and guar
antee. We are right bere where you
live, and you do not contract any ob
ligation or risk when yon try Reiall
Mucu-Tone on our guarantee. We
bave Reiall Mucu-Tone in two sizes,
60 cents and $1.00. Very often the
taking of one 50-cent bottle is suffi
cient to make a marked impression
upon the case. Of course in chronic
cases a longer treatment is neces
sary. The average in such instances
is three $1.00 bottles. Remember
you can obtain Rexall Remedies
only at our store The Rezall Store.
For Sale by Stoke & Feicht Drue Co.,
"Keep Bees Better and Keep
With every $5.00 order for
supplies I will give you one
high-grade Queen Uee, or will
give a corresponding discount
where queens are not wanted.
Order cither by Falconer or Hoot
$8 a lb.
The great money making plsuthas been
r rising in price lor wi years, ai-
ways a market, demand unlimited. Small
Slot more profitable than a large farm,
tart your bed this fall.
SEND FOK FREE BOOK
to tell all about the business seed, plaits,
growing, marketing, how to get the high
price, pee the posslhlltles of a small plot
Of ground. We furnish the genuine
American variety seed at low price.
Write for ginseng booklet No. 11.
NEWTOWN PRODUCING CO,
Newtown, Bucks Co., Fa.
gTOCK HOLDERS' MEETING.
You are hereby Informed that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Hummer
vlile Telephone Company will be held at. the
veneral onlceof the enmpanv In Brookvllle,
l'a on Wedneslmv. the 11th day ot January,
Kill, at. thehouroften o'clock a. m., tor the
purpn.e of electing a Hoard of Directors for
the Company, for ihe ensuing year, and for
the transaction of such other business as may
prooerly come before said meeting,
.1. K. Hhown, President.
J. 8. IIavhoM), Secretary,
LAMB and PORK
Poultry and Game
Reynoldsvillc, - - Pa.
Use the Bell 'Phono
E Lubrication witn-
out Carbon Deposit
A thin, pale oil, made
from Pennsylvania Crude
Oil. Best tor either air
cooled or water-cooled
cars. No fictitious body
high real viscosity.
Will not congeal.
Ask your dealer. Write
us, if he can't supply you.
Waverly Oil Work Co.
Maker of "Waverly'
' NOTICE OF
Application for License
Order of tho Court of Quarter Reunions
fixing the time at which applications
for ilquor licenses may be beard, etc.
And now, October 3d, 1808, It la ordained
1. That the third Monday of January, .
one tbousano eight hundred and ninety-
nine, and each and every year tharerftcr
at nine o'clock In the forenoon of each day
(being the second Monday of the January
term In each year,) be and the same Is
hereby fixed as the time at wldch applica
tions for license to sell nprltous, vinous,
mult, or brewed liquors shall he heard, at
which time all persons applying or making
objections to applications for said licenses .
way he heard hy evidence, petition, remon
Bt ranee or counsel.
2. That licenses then granted shall take
effect and be In force one year from the
sixteenth (lay of Fehrunry next following 1
the granting of the same.
il. Auullcatlotia for nlnee. not heretofore
licensed must he required to establish (1) the
illness of the applicant and (21 the nece-slty
for such licensed place, and In contested
cases not more than three witnesses on a
side will be heard on the question of the
general character of the applicant nnd the
necessity of the place fur which a license
4. Supplemental petitions and reman-;
trances In writing; also specHli-objections
to the petition or bond of tne applicant ss
well as specific charges made against blm
shall'be reduced to writing and filed In the
case at least Ave days before the time fixed
for hearing said application, otherwise tbey
will not he heard, and no evidence, will be
heard In support of them, by the Court.
This rule shall not apply to disqualifying .
causes arising within the five dayipreced- .
lng tne hearing.
5. No aplrltous, vinous, malt or brewed
liquors, or any admixtures thereof, shall be
furnished or sold by any licensed vendor
between the hours of 10.80 o'clock, n. m., and
S.JO o'clock a. m., of each day oa whlcii ssld
liquors otherwise may be legally soldi
8. All orders and rules, or parts ibe'eof,
now In force, which may be Inconsistent
with the foregoing order or rules, are here
by rescinded. By the Court, i
JOHN W. KEED,
The following applications for lleenre to
sell liquor have been filod In the oflice of
the Clerk of the Court ol Ouartnr Sessions of
Jefferson County for January Hesslons, 1911:
i. jhcoo ii. eyses, resiueuce, ttyuesyuie
borough, Hotel Sykt s.
2 Hubert T. rimllli, residence,. Bykesvllle
borough, Hotel Bnildi.
. W. W. Whey, residence, IleynoldsvlUs
borough, City Hotel.
4. U II lluicliiy. residence. Washington
township, Hotel Hiwchiy.
5. Frank A. Mct'onncll, residence, Reyn
oldsvllle borough, Frank's New Tavern.
II. Patrick i. Cat-ey, residence, Fulls Creek
borough, Taylor Avenue Hotel.
7 lltivld W. Niivlon, residence, Tunxsu- .
tawney borough, The National Hotel.
H. Thomas (ireen, residence, lleyuoldsvllle '.
horoii'ih, Tim Imperial Hotel.
H. Jacob II. Hung, residence, I'linxs'utawney
borough, Hotel Waverly.
10. W. 8. ltoss, residence. West Ueynolds
Ville hiirotiflh, The ltoss lit. use.
11. I'hillp J. Ailgeler, residence, itrookvllle .
borough 'I l.e New JcllVrson Hotel.
Ii. John A. Donnelly, re.iduucs, Wlnslow
township, Piirk Hotel.
h.. V. Humngioii residence, Brookvllle
14. II. C. Kephigle, residence, Biookvllle ,
borough, Central Hotel. i .
l.'i. b. A. Hunler, residence, Itrookvllle
borough, New Coiiin erclal Hmol.
III. Joint t,i 1 1 1 n 1 1 - k , lesldencn, Punxsu
tawney li.imugh. I'tirncll House.
17. John O. Kilellilule, resldnnce, Reyn
oldsvllle liiirnugh, National ll.ilel.
Is. it. K. McKii.ley, residence, Itrookvllle
borough, Union llotcl-
IH. Ji hu Jackson, rerldonce, McCalmont
lownshlu, Jackson House.
20. George Louis fchlcker. residence,
Punxsuiawney borough, Hotel Haley.
21. John UlehonrocK, rosldeuco, itrookvllle
borough, Itrookvllle House.
it. Richard E. Clover and Harry D.
F.delhluie, residence, Punxsutawney borougb.
at u E. Uiiduker, residence, McCalmont
township, Anita Hotel,
i 24. John (J. Hums, residence, Reynolds
vllle borough Hums House.
I 25. I). C. McClelland, residence, Wlnslow
lowiminii, iioiei ungues.
at. Wlllism Ilebaney residence, Kalis
Creok borough. Falls Creok Hotel.
27. Curtis A. Curry, residence, McCalmont
township, Hotel McGregor.
-N. T. I-. Heunls, ro.lricnce, Punxsutawney
borough, Hotel Itemits.
ill. E fc fhalfer, .esldence, Punxsutawney
b'-rough, Hotel Whitney.
'Ml. A'e.xuniler Wiiison, residence, Wlns
low township. Hotel lib- nohller.
:il John Maii-i-ll and (Jeorge Robert,
residence, Wlnslow township, Central Hotel. '
'M. William l Uoore, residence, Punxsu- .
tan -y borough, City Hotel.
itl. ftysonie Vayne. residence, Henderson
township, Wayne Hou e.
:'4. Msrk it f rlnger, residence, Big Run
borouiih, Hotel Mi-Ciuro.
Hi. Siiuiuei IilcUey Sun key, res dence,
I'unxsulawiiey borough, I iiul-ey Hotel.
bil. E (', luiooluli. residence, Big Run
borough, llo'el Anderson.
M7. I'. A. Hunter and F I.. Verstlne, h gents
for. trustees of In nd I behalf of the
American Hotel, leslilence, Hrookvillu
borough, American Hotel.
:IH. Thoinss - Fieckenstejn, residence,
Punxsutawney borough, Continental Hotel.
18. Edward C. I.yinim, residi-nce, Punxsu
tawney borough, Washington hotel.
4(1 Hiim'iel K. Wlliiums, resilience, Reyn
oldsvllle borough. The Mansion.
41. Ferrusio KsgaI, residence. Knox
township, Hole Kanisay.
42. John C. Bell, residence, Ivnox township.
Hotel Boll. '
1. John O'xare, residence, Reynnlesvllle
hoiough. certain store room and building.
2. M. Dougherty, John Zeib'k nnd Thomas
McMlllen, doing hushies under the fltm '
nameofw. II. Ileckemlorti .1 Co., i esldence,
1st ward, Piinxsutawnev borough, certain
one story hr'ck store building, and t he build
ings appurtonant thereto.
1. Magnus Allgeler, residence, Brookvllle
borough, -ip' lng Brewery, Brookvllle, Pa.
2. Brookvllle II ewlng Company, a cor-,
pnraMon, Brookvilie. Pa.
E. B. Henderson, W. I. Kosenbnrger and
Vasko Havrlllu, doing business under the
firm name of the Elk Bun Brewing Company.
The Elk Bur. Brewery. Punxsutawney, Pa.
4. Punxsutawney Brewing Company, s
corporation, Punxsutawney. Brewery, Pudi
sutawne) , l'a.
BLAaE E. IRVIN,
Clerk of lb Court of Quarter Sessions.
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