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V, A. KTIII'lllilNSON, I'.tllior and I'lib.
WRDNK.SDAY, I)R(!KM!1RH 7, 1!2.
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Train a, - - II.W p. m.lTraln 10, - - s.iw p, ni.
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Ill.inn. m. - - is.an p. in.
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Arrive fnim Uiitlunel mitl I'resciittvlllo
Arrives from Pnuli Tuestlnys, Tlniriliiyi
mill Hnliirilnys nl J.: p. in.
IVpiirtn fur Present I vllle, Itiilliini'l, I'unlr
3 0n p. m.
Olfli'P Iioiip 7.0D a. m. tns.onp. ni.
Money nrilcr nmVe iihii fnnn 7.lln. ni. In
T.an p. m. Heitlstcr ofltrit nien f rum 7.KI n. ni.
to S.l ii ni.
l,i'Kiil HollcliiT" fmtn 7.110 to MM n. in. nnil
fnmi 13.1m In .Toil p. m.
OnVe open Sumliiy fnim n.nn n. m. In loon
a. m. J. W. roosT. I'. M
"Roddy, tho Mall Girl."
Court oMmiid nt Rrookvlllo Monilny.
Chicago Air Rifle at Rlston' for IN)
Head Boll Bros, now "ad" In this
Bar to' grocery tore had boon dosed
by the constable.
Buy your baby shoes at Hohirisnns.
Only 2.") cont per pair.
The Utopia (!llo hold a uncial at Dr.
S. Reynolds' Monday evening.
"toddy, the Mail (ilrl," at the oxra
house Thursday evening, Deo, Nth.
Ladle call and wo tho lino lino of
(fold hair pins at Hoffman's, tho jowolor.
Mrn. Cam. Mltchol govo a tea pnrty
to number of hor friends lost Thursday
A Marlln Safety Ulllo, octogun barrel,
14 shots, .18 calibre, for 15.(10 at
A number of tho young people hold a
social dance In tho club rooms InHt
If you are favorably Impressed with
the proposed lecture courso, guarantee
two or three season tlckolH.
Henry M. iHoman wont to Marlon,
Indiana county, taut wook and (jot h In
dog of which wo mado mention in our
Rev. Kemmeror, of Pittsburg, will
preach In the Lutheran church at I0..K)
next Sunday morning. Sunday school
at 2.00 P. M.
j (julto a numnor of people from thin
vicinity "boarded" tho train for Brook
villo Monday morning as jurors,
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vr. vv. xjiissbi-u aim ti. n, owiru, 01
Emerickville havo opened a meat shop
In the room on the corner of Main and
A large line of neck chains at
Hoffman's, the jowolor. Buy now. It
is your chance to got your girl a
Genuine meerschaum plies, Imitation
meerschaum pipes, briar pi pen, genuine
meerschaum cigar holders, French briar
pipes, smoker's sotU, Ac, at Rlston's.
Rov. II. G. Furbay, pastor of the
Presbyterian church at this place,
talkod "ono-sldod" several days last
wook on account of cutting a wisdom
Rev. H. G. Furbay, pastor of the
Reynoldsville Presbyterian church, will
hold communion services in the M. E,
church at Rathmol at 3.30 p. M. next
Wra-.M. Foster, the dealor In "sweat
meats," has a poach tree that is small
but It sooras to defy old "Jack Froet,"
for its little limbs are covered with
green loaves yet.
An application will be made to the
Court of Jefferson county on tho 20th
day of this month for a charter for an
intendod corporation to be called tho
r Rathmol Presbyterian church. f
, The crossing near Hotol McConnell
and the east end of the iron bridge need
the attention of some one before any
damage is done. A load of stone at
each place would make an improve
ment. Prof. Spear, who lectured in Centen
nial hall last evening on "Can Man Quit
Dying V was greeted with a good sized
audience composed largely of boys. The
speaker was disappointed because there
were no ladies present.
We were mistaken last week in the
statement that all the hotel men of
this borough had to appear at Brook
ville in answer to the charge of keeping
open their bars on the 25th of June.
The Burns House bar waa closed that
The O. TT. A. M. and Jr. O. U. A. M
attended the morning services at the
Baptist church last Sunday. Rev. E.
, T. Derr selected the following text for
. the ooeaUon: "For Whosoever shall do
the will of God, he Is my brother."
.John MoHenry, the postmaster at
Troutville', had his household goods
destroyed by fire on Thursday of last
week. The poetofAoe was In the same
building but by lively work the contents
of the office were saved. The fire is
) 'supposed to havs caught from defeo-
Hive flue. .
Di'gnaii nnil McDonald, lumbormon of
this plain, have had "fenilem" put
along olio rililo of Fifth street and an
Hoon ns enough "beautiful" falls tlioy
expect to 1 1 it 1 1 1 about twenty tlioiiHand
Itw from their Job near town to thn
Hiinily Lick crook.
Tho pi'opiiototn of I Intel Ilelnap,
Tliiw. (ireeii ntul John Cornier, are
fond of hunting and on Wednesday
morning of litxt week, they, accompanied
by Alex. Itlxton, another ulnirod of
wiiiio repute, went to their camp near
(!eo. Hiirtop's, In lioochwtHHl, and
remained until Saturday looking for
.Inlin, youngest daughter iif I lev. .1,
('. McDonald, now piiNtor of thn M. K.
church at l'unxmitnwticy, who was horn
In the M, K. paraonagn nt this place
iiIhmiI nine years ago, died lout Saturday
morning with iliphtherlaanil wax hurled
Hnniliiv. Itev. and Mrs. McDonald have
the sympathy of their many ItcynnhlH
Ijwt Friday ('. I''. Hoffman, tho
jeweler, held his grand oHnlng of
holiday goods. One of his show
windows was tilled with vntted plants
and the other win tastily arranged with
Jewelry. About three hundred ladles
called and each received a beautiful
souvenir. Mr. Hoffman's storn was
in in I e very attractive.
An umbrella mender, looking ns If ho
had Htopied all night at Hotel do'Coko
Oven, catnii Into this oftlcn Monday
morning and after asking tho oft
repeated question, "any umbrella to
menil'" ho axked for a few old
exchanges and said, "Its a little cool
this morning. I wish three or four
cyclones would come this way and blow
up a few umbrellas."
On Thursday of the "week of prayer"
tho W. C T. U. and LariloH Foreign
Missionary societies of Sandy Valley
and I'nncooHt will mint In the Chniel
at 1'uncottHt and devote tho entire day
to prayer and pralso. Thoy oxxct to
take sutllciont food for dinner and
supper with them. A cordial Invita
tion Is extended to all who will emtio
and tnko part In tho service
George (I, Johns, who has been
running a store ut 1'unio for over two
years, has sold out to Mel ton McGhoo,
who took ixwHchHlon of tho store on tho
10th of November. Mr. MiKihoo comes
from Battle Hollow, a historic pluco
where once stood a camp and there two
old men settled a disputo between
themselves by a hard fight and tho
plueo lias boon distinguished as "Hattlo
Dr. S. Roynolds, Goo. Melllngor, F.
M. Brown, C. N. Lewis and Henderson
Sample, who wore over In Cameron
county hunting lost week returned
homo Saturday evening. Two door was
all tho largo gamo thoy got. Mr.
Melllngor and Mr. Lewis being thn
fortunate nimrods. Dr. Reynolds and
Mr. Brown followed a bear Ave or six
hours Saturday, but old bruin gave
them the slip. They were so olose to it
once that tho ground was warm yet
whoro tho boar had boon lying down.
There was weeping among Samuel
Steele's children at Sandy Valley Inst
Friday morning because tholr milch
cow had to have hor life's blood oozo
out from a holo In hor neck that was
mado with a knlfo by a boy of that
village who had boon authorized to do
so by tho owner of the bovlno. Tho
cow was a good one but disease laid
hold of her Interior and death was
inevitable and tho holo in hor neck was
mado to hasten the ending of hor
suffering. The funeral took place tho
The man of whom wo made mention
several weeks ago about performing
strange antics at different houses in
town, has made his appearance again
this week and has boon visiting othor
houses. He should be looked after and
either locked up or driven out of
town. He is called the "crazy man."
Whether ho is really crazy or "playing
the fool" for a purpose, is not known.
The fellow does some things that glvos
the impression that he is a sano man
thon again ho acts like an insano poison.
At all events ho needs attention.
We were walking past Bull Bros.
tailoring establishment the othor day
and Will Bell opened the door and said
"Stephenson, don't you want to buy an
overcoat? I have a nice little one I
would like to sell you." Mr. Boll
insisted that we try the coat on even
though we had no intentions of buying
it. We put on the overcoat and Mr,
Boll stepped in front of us, buttoned
himself inside the ooat also and still
there was plenty of room left. Tho
ooat was made for the genial heavy
weight farmer, Wm. Brinton, of the
Father Brady is getting to be quite
a hunter, but he doea not venture far
away from town. He shot a plover one
one day last week. It is the first one
he ever shot and it fooled him. Ho
thought it waa a large bird but when he
got it there was more wings than
anythlug else. The season for killing
plover is from July 15th to Jan, 1st.
They usually seek a warm climate when
frost comes and are rare this so anon
of the year. It is said, however, that
wheu found so late In the season is a
sure sign of an open winter. "All signs
fail in dry weather," was proven this
year, even the weather sign floating in
the breeze over Stoke s drug store. -
Tho Borough "Dads" held their
regular monthly meeting at Tho. H.
Scott's office Monday evening. All the
Counellmon wore present. Thoro was
very little business for them Ut transact
other than order tho following bill to
ho paid: To tho Watr Company for use
of twenty water plugs, nOO.IM); Interest
on bonds, ll..r0; II. II. Mincer, night
niI Iceman, fin.lMI. A. K. Dunn, hard
ware, 91.1.11; and other small bills that
amounted to $21. 2T. Council will moot
again on Monday, Jan. 2, 1HII1, nt which
time they will ho requested to grant
tho Kcynnldsvlllo and Kuthinel Kleetrln
Hallway tho right of way through thn
borough. Our present Council I com
posed of men who are IntoroHted In tho
welfare of Iteynoldsvlllo and, douhtlKsH,
there will lie no trouble about getting
the right of way for the railway.
Grant street Is a very at tractive place
for hoys and girls during coasting
season. A few days the forepart of last
week "sliding" was good on that street
and tho merry coaster made the st reet
lively by their gladsome laughter and
shout of "truck! track!" Boh sleds
are generally used on thn hill and when
half dozen good sized Isiys and girl
got on a pair of IkiIw and start at thn
top of thn hill near F. M. Brown's thn
descent I made with great rapidity,
anil It Is a wonder more accident do
not ix'our. Ioxt Wednesday evening a
sled well loaded with girls came down
tho hill at a reckless xpoed and ran Into
a water plug and Mis Ruth Reynolds
and Mis (,'ora liowther both received
slight Injuries. Miss Reynold got
one of hor ankles badly sprained
and had to stay In thn house several
day and give It esxolal attention.
"Redely, the Mail Girl."
A Inrgn and enthusiastic audience
witnessed tho Mirformancn of "Roddy,
the Mall Girl" by Carl Urchin's company
at tho oHira house Wednesday evening.
"Roddy, thn Mull Girl" Is a story of
life in the fur west but has none of tho
offonslvn "blood and thunder" elements
so offonslvn to a refined audience, Thn
simple pathos of tho story touches tho
heart, but thn grotesque humor over
takes every tear with asinllo, and every
smile I followed by a hearty laugh, so
harmoniously are thn Incidents blended.
Tho character are so admirably drawn
and so strikingly real that you love
them, you hato them, you sympathize
with them and you laugh at them. It
Is a thoroughly enjoyable xu formanco
and Manager Brohm may feel sura of a
warm welcome If, oh he has partially
promised, ho should play a return date
here later In tho season. Ravenna, O.,
Hipublirtin, Sept. 21, 1H1)?. At Roynolds
opera house, Thursday, Deo. Rth.
A Long Wagon Ride.
James MeGhco, of Sandy Valley, who
went to "Oklahoma" at tho time of tho
ojionlng of tho now territory, which Is
nearly fifteen hundred long miles from
hero when travelled overland, Is now
at his home about satisfied with his
Oklahoma experience. Altogether Mr.
McGhoo mudo four trips to that distant
land. About two months ago Mr.
McGhoo and Jo. Gathers, jr., left
Okluhoma with flvo head of horses.
After travelling somo dlstanco that
way Mr. McGhoo got "ulxiard" tho cars
and oaino homo. After remaining thoro
a week ho wont to Pittsburg, accom
panied by hi young son who had
never looked upon thn' Okluhoma
territory, and ut tho "Smoky City"
they met tho weary traveller. Mr,
McGhoe and son took chargo of tho
horses there and Mr. Gathers cuino
homo on tho train. A wagon with a
white cover was tho conveyance used
and it took thirty-six days to make the
trip from Oklahoma to Sundy Valley.
A McCalmont Man Oone.
John S. North and Georgo Brown,
two gontlomen from tho neighborhood
of Panic, Pa.,. came to Reynoldsville
last Thursday forenoon to get a cofiln
for the remains of Potor Uplinger, who
lived near the Hemlock school house
in McCalmont township, who died on
Wednesday evening, November 30th
Mr. Uplinger has been a resldont of
that section since he was a toddling
boy. He had passed three score years,
and was well liked by his neighbors.
The deceased leaves a widow and four
children to mourn for him. His children
are Charles and Henderson Uplinger, of
McCalmont township, John Uplinger
and Mrs.- Lavlna Gould, of Forest
county. The old gentleman was
consistent member of the United Pres
byterian church. The funeral services
were held at 10.00 A. M. on Friday at
Centre Hill, conducted by Rev. Amon
hlser. Mr. Uplinger had been suffering
with softening of the brain for over six
years and had it not been for his strong
constitution he would have been burled
at least two years ago.
One car of sleighs at very close figures.
J. C. Kino & Co.
Have you tried Robinson's "Iron
King" shoe. Best in the world $2.50
Mrs. A. E. Hetherington will sell her
ladies' and children's hats at cost. Now
is the time to get cheap bats. Corner
Fourth street, Reynoldsville.
The Lost Opportunity or The Ancient
ReNiotfully dedicated to tho maiden
who failed to avail themselves of their
Leap Year privileges.
Illy "K.tlKnr A. l'o-itlc" W. .1. Wesver.1
A mil her yrnr illvlilble
My four In ultnoit kmiii
Anil I sin nIIII m nilN'rnttln
Viiiiiik ninlilen, all fnrlnrn.
I think II simply terrlliln
Tim!. ftVvpmi tiH"hftll Ihm'II
VtVtK Imhiki-iI fur fniir years linrrllile
Old iiiiilileiiliiNsI skuIii.
Till" men srn mi rnnlemptllilii,
They Hive- ns ne'er a slinw
Anil tlimiyht It simply IiiiikIihIiIo
If whs slimes ninifil thru.
Tlie fiites sra i ImplncKlile.
Ami tresl we miilili so ruilei
Vel we ni-e very trw'tiililp.
Anil willing In tie wcnsmI.
r'ur four yeitr mure In wnll t
Now liiiMlmnilM lire pris'iiritliln
Then It msy Iw Inn hue.
The riiMlnm Is reverslltle
In l.eiip Venr us yen knuwi
Anil H .viiiiiik men sre nskiihle
W e tmr iiiiiiiie hIiiiii hi shnw.
(Ml! wutihl we were liivliirlhte
Tn I 'tii'lil's pleri'lnir tliirts,
Hut purely rcplciilihiihlo
Are our suirc pllve heiirts.
Oht Juy 'twiiuhl he iiiiMN'nkiihlii
If we s mini I'liuhl tat,
Kur they nre fur nmre luvnlile
Thnn swythliitf we've met.
Why wen worn Inllenlhle,
In yuiiili mi haul to wlui
Unit we hut lHen mure Iriirtshle
We happier should have lsen.
Klml fnrt line sn liim-riitiihle
In pity on us Khiiiro,
Ami slve us iiihIiIm Inimiilahlii
One solitary cloture.
Of course we know we're lilHtnnliln
Knr lullerlnir 'mill life's wins.
Hut then we're still reileemnhle,
Why ilun't the men pnism.
Joined Heart and Hand.
It often isinirs that peopln are expect
ing certain things to tukn place and
then are a little surprised when they
hear that It has hapHinod. Many
Kcynoldsvtlto peopln were lead to
remark that B. F. Hart and Miss
Mildred Scchrlst would got married
and yet many of these same jhtsoiis
were surprised when tho news was
circulated around last Wednesday that
the young couple ahovo mentioned had
really boon married that day. Rev. P.
J. Slattery jsirformed tho ceremony at
tho homo of tho bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tho. Scchrlst on Pleasant
avenuo at 11.00 a. M. Thn young couple
left on tho 1.00 I'. M. train for a visit
at All port, Clearfield and Hout zdaln
and returned to Iteynoldsvlllo Monday
evening, where they will llvo. They
are both highly thought of, both
members of thn M. K. church and start
out In married life with bright prsccts
Is fore them. Wo wish them all the joy
that life offers to humanity, and simply
add that married lifo will tm what they
make, either a happy suttees or a
Consistency a Stranger,
Tho Dullols dimrirr guvo tho Fulls
('reek Jliruld a complimentary notice
lost week about its originality and In
tho sumo article guvo thn Clearfield
Jtmrniil a "hauling over thn coals" for
ro-wrltlng tho work of other editors,
Tho llrruhl published the nrtleln "for
tho benefit of tho Reynoldsville STAR"
and said: "Tiik Star Im thn paper that
found occasion to sMak In tho men.
tinned conflab when It was not their
Hiko In." Wo havo no U)logy to
make for saying what we did about tho
lit raid using obscene language, und at
tho tlmo hud no Intention of defending
tho Jnuniiil, but sinco thnt tlmo have
read tho JimrnuV article and found it
to bo full of sarcasm, yet freo from such
language as tho llrmUl resorted to.
"('(insistency, thou Brt a jewel." In
its lust issuu tho wonderful original
lit mid stole an article from TllK STAR,
changing a few words to make It
original with that shout. Wo have no
objection to un editor re-writing and
condensing articles If ho desires so to
do, and often find articles from TllK
Star reprinted In othor papers without
credit, and yet we do not make a fuss
about It. A puiier, however, that
is continually harping on "original
thoughts" should not deliberately steal
from a nearby neighbor.
This offlco has been troubled for some
time with midnight marauders. The
plunderers loft tholr "foot prints" on
all the white papor thoy could find
lying around the office. The center of
attraction for them has been the indis
pensable paste pot. A large pile of
papor on top of the paste pot was no
more of an obstacle in their way of
gaining access to the paste than was
Postmaster Fount's llttlo sufo to the
robbers who blew it up and carried tho
contents thereof away. The postmaster,
howover, got a new safe. A. T. Blng,
Harry Arnold and an attache of The
Star found one of the paste thioves on
a reconnoitre one evening recently after
the offlco had been closed several hours,
and the three fell to and heartlessly
murdered tholr helpless victim. A
police (not the kind that are never
around when wanted) but a good wire
one with a supply of paste in its posses
sion as authority for Immediate arrest,
was put on duty. Our police had been
on duty several nights, but nary' an
arrest was made. Thursday night its
frame was covered with an exchange
and on Friday morning we found
victim in "durance vllo." Without any
trial the sentence of death was pro
nounced and the condemned thief that
had grown fat on paste was taken out
in the middle of Main street and let
loose. The black rascal came very
nearly getting away from eight or
ten school boys, several men and one
A Lecture Course.
An effort Is being made to get a good
eetnre eoitrso In Itcynotdsvlllo. A
mooting for that purismn was held last
Thursday evening and was attended by
Rov. Furbay, Derr and Hluttery, Prof.
Slumey, J. Van Hood, Dr. H. K. Hoov
er, and C. A. Stephenson. W. C. El
liott and several other gentlemen who
were not present aro Interested In tho
scheme. Thn following officer were
elected: Pres., .1. Van Rood; Sec, Prof.
Stanley; Treu., Dr. H. E. Hoover. Thn
object I to hire three giMxl tcoturor and
one concert company and give the
HMiplo of Iteynoldsvlllo and vicinity thn
opportunity of hearing something gisxl.
The four entertainments will cost about
two hundred and fifty dollars. Season
ticket will bn Hold for one dollar
and fifty cent. Already one hundred
tickets have Isien engaged. It will Im
necessary to have a few more people
signify their willingness to tnkn tickets
before arrangements will Isi made for
tho entertainment. Those who desire
season tickets please hand your name
to any of the ulsivo named gentlemen.
A ticket purchased In a family will bo
giNsl for any one member of that family.
Tickets for one lecture will sell at fifty
cents. Those who are at thn hood of this
proMised lecture course promise to glvo
tho mopln the best talent possible for
amount of money they can get for that
purMmn. The young pooplu of Iteyn
oldsvlllo should Im educated to good
lecture and a dollar and a half
nxMinded that way by tho parent for tho
child will tin an excellent Investment.
The lectures, If procured, will Isi held
In Centennial hall. When thn ticket
are ready to tm put on sain it will tm
announced through thn papers and every
Mirson who has a season ticket will have
an opMrttinlty to select a seat for tho
entire course. Cosdand, Heard, Clark
and other, are talkod of for lecturers,
and thn lloston Star Concert Co. for thn
concert. A mooting will bn held In J.
B. Arnolds' store at 8.30 o'clock this
evening to make dellnltn arrangement
for tho course.
A Cigar Factory.
Bert and Reed Repsher will start a
cigar factory at Punxautawrioy Inside
of a week or ten days. Bert has been
working at thn cigar business for nine
yours and Is a first class workman and
has considerable business ability. If
tbn people of Punxmitawnoy want to
handle good cigar we feel safe in
saying that they will not make a
mistake by buying at homo when the
Roislier Bros, get their factory In
running order. People generally prefer
buying from stranger rather than
supporting homo enterprise. It Is said
that a gentleman started a cigar factory
In Brookvltlo a few years ago and
could not sell his cigar In that town.
He moved to a place somo distance
away and mado cigars and sent an agent
to Brookvlllo and found a ready sale for
the sumo cigars he could not sell when
ho mude them at tho county seat,
There Is no need of Reynoldsville busl
men buying so many cigars from outside
parties when thoy can buy such fine
cigars from Alex. Rlston, the manufac
turer at this placo. Mr. Rlston spends
his money hero, and tho establishment
should receive the entire support of the
town, and tho proprietor would be
comiMillod to hire more help. You will
travel many miles before you will find
better cigars than somo Rlston turns
out. If tho people of Punxsutawney
want tho new cigar factory to bn
failure, their best plan is to buy every
thing in that line from outsiders.
Bert Repsher will movo to Punxsu
tawney as soon as ho can get a house.
Prospects are Brighter.
Brook way vllln Itertirtl.
When tho Northwest coal company
reduced their mining force at Ihigua
and Clarion Mines last September it
was tho genorul impression that their
coal production In tho Toby valley was
to be curtailed and the least profitable
of tho mines abandoned. This feeling
was shared by tho officials in charge
themselves, and the business for this
winter was expected to bo less than
usual. Within the lust two or three
weoks, howover, a decided change has
taken place. The mints at Dagus
which were shut down have been
reopened. More men are being hired
both at Dagus and at Clarion. This
week the mine bosses who were laid off
lust fall were reinstated, and prepara
tions are on foot to largely increase the
output of coal.
Mowing Machine Knife Grinding Co.
A meeting of the Llndsey Mowing
Machine Knife Grinding Co. Limited,
was held at Punxsutawney, Pa., Deo.
2nd, 1802. At this meeting arrange
ments were completed whereby the
manufacturing of machines in large
quantities will be commenced not later
than January 10th, 1893. The company
has already sold considerable territory
in this state and will the coming season
manufacture and soli many thousand
machines. Mr. John W. Philllppl, of
Reynoldsville, Pa., is the authorized
agent of the company for the sale of
territory in tho states of Pennsylvania
and Maryland. This company certainly
has a bright financial future as the
article they manufacture Is necessity
and gives general satisfaction.
Indian Clubs, Boxing Gloves, U. M. C.
shells, Shot, Powder, in fact everything
in the sporting goods line, at Rlston's.
(. Curtis Ht rouse Sundayod at Brook-
Samuel Muthow will return to Tfcxn
W. W. Barcloy, of nig Run, was in
Mis Nettle Kodgors was at Brock way-
vllle last Thursday.
Mr. and . Mr. N.. Hanau aro at
llns kway vlllo to-day.
R. K. McKoo was In Punxsutawney
the latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mr HI. Goodor spent
Sunday with friends In Brisikvlllo.
C. M. Garrison, a lumberman of
Pittsburg, was In town yesterday.
Mr. and Mr. . fkihren, of the City
Bakery, were in Dollol yesterday.
Mr. Frank Mitchell, of Dullols,
visited C. Mitchell' family hern last
Rev. Tomlloson, of DuBol, proacJtnd
for the Lutheran at flu plaeo last
Mis Clara Young, daughter of Sheriff
Young, visited Mr. Scott McClelland
Miss Jessie Ive and Miss Cora
Iowtlier visited friends at Falls Crook
Frank Sloppy has returned from a
weeks' visit with Harry L. Schlahig at
Buffalo, N. Y.
J. S. Iytle, formerly editor of the
Marlonvllln Kxprr, ha been in town
for a few days.
Mrs. J. K. Brown, of Htimmervllloi
visited A. G. Milllron's family during
thn post week.
Ii. S. Boll, of Bell BrtM., thn leading
clothier of Dultols, was tn Reynolds-
Miss Mary Blng and M Is Cora Fisher,
of Unlonvllln, visited frlnnds In Reyn
oldsville lust week.
Noah Strouso and two sons, Will and
Albert, were among the visitor to
Brook vllle last Saturday.
Mrs. L. I). Hnarlck, of Falls Creek,
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mr. A. If. Boon, In this plaoe.
Mr. O. K. Andrew, of Now Bothlo
hern, visited her daughter, Mr. M. J.
McKntoor, at this place lost week.
Mrs. David Brouky, of Falls Creek,
visited her sister, Mrs. Wm. Lucas and
Mrs. .las. Cathcart, In Reynoldsville
Mrs. Andrew Jackson Trultt and Mrs.
Lester Myers, of Punxsutawney, were
in Reynoldsville last Thursday attending
Mrs. Cam. Mitchell's tea party.
Mrs Anna Wlnslow aid daughter,
Ethel, went to Brock way villo yesterday
and Mrs. Wlnslow Installed the new
officer In the Roboekab, lodge at that
placn last evening.
Chnrles Thompson and daughter,
Miss Mattie, of Williamsport, who came
toi Iteynoldsvlllo to attend Mrs. M. J.
Forrlor's funeral, returned to their
home Saturday morning.
Walter Spry, of Rnynoldvill, who
Is district deputy for the Sons of St.
Georgo, went to DuBol Friday and
installed the new officers In the General
Grant lodge of that place.
Mrs. Anna Wlnslow, District Deputy,
and Mr. J. C. Ferris went to Brookvllle
Thursday and installed the new officers
In the Rebockah lodge at that place.
Mrs. Wlnslow makes good Dlst.
Andrew Hoalc, who lived on the hill
east of ReynoldRvillo for many years,
but moved to Clearfield county, near
Anderson creek, two years ago, was
shaking hands with friends In this place
during the post week.
C. C. Gibson, a member of John M.
Reed Lodge, No. 5.10, Free and Accepted
Masons, of Reynoldsville, went to
Philadelphia Monday as a representa
tive to the Grand Lodge, which met in
the "Quaker City" yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell, who
have been working in the woolen mill
for Sykos, Allls & Moorhouse for two
years, left here Monday for Duesbury,
England, whore they expect to stay
about six months and then return to
Thomas W. Jenkins, of Llndsey, Pa.,
started for Reynoldsville Saturday
evening on the lost train from Punxnu
tawey and missed the accommodation
at DuBoia and was compelled to remain
in that town all night. Mr. Jenkins
got to Reynoldsville on Sunday and
returned home Monday morning.
Ed. Lewis, of this place, and F. P.
Eldor, of Pancoast, returned home
Friday afternoon after several weeks
hunting in Elk county, near Benezette,
and brought six deer and a big black
bear home with them as the trophies
of their hunt. The animals were
dressed and sold at Frank Hoffman's
James Cathera, Jr., son of Janys A.
Cathers, of Wlnslow township, who left
the parental roof about fifteen years ago
to see the "wild and woolly west" and
has not been at home In that time,
returned to this place a few days ago.
The little meadow below the barn on
his father's farm was large in his eyes
before he went west, but after seeing
so much of the prairie land his father's
meadow is a small patch. Mr. Cathers
has engaged in various kinds of business
during his absence. He will remain at
home until spring and perhaps longer. '