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Suhtrrifitiim $1.00 per jfr, in udminrt. . A, RTKPIIKIVIMtKI, Krillor mid I'wb. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, ISI'ti. TvttviWr' VlnlAt. Passenger trnlns arrive mill leave Iteyn oldrllli as follows! Allegheny Vattry linihray. Eastward. Westward. Trnln s, - - M4 a. m.lTrnln . -7.40 a.m. Truln I, - - 1.00 1. m. Train J. - 1.42 p.m. Train 8 - I.A7 p. m.lTmln 10, - H.4H p. ni, MKTSOI.USVII.I.K POsT-OmcH. Malls arrive mid leave the post-offleo a follows: Arrive". Depart, rniw yhb wkst. FOB THB BAST. I.ln p. m. - - 7.on p. m.lli.sn p. m - - s.'jnp. m. moM THUKAMT. BOB TMB WBST. I. 00 a. m. - i.m p. m. 17.1.1 ii.tn. I. lit p. m. Arrive fnim Knllimel anil I'twotl villa II. M a. m. Arrives from I'anle Tuesdays, Tlmru uya ami Siilnrdnys at '.'.:m p. ni. Departs for 1'rrscottvlllii, Uuthmel, l'linli' l.Onn. m. omve hours T.on a. m. tos.nnp. m. Money order oilier opi'ii from 7.00a.m. In 7.3(1 p. m. Ki'kIhIit oflli a open (mm 7.00 a. m. to .oo p. m. I.irnT llollilnrx fnim 7.00 toK.oo a. m. nnd fnim li.H0to3.lSln. m. K. T. McliAW. 1. M. ft Little ot Evcruthlng. The Star' fof One Dollar. For a few months at Irani, we will offer The STAR to new subscribers for 1.00 a year, CASH in advance. Tlila of fer holds Rood to old subscriliers who pay 11 arrearage! and one year in advance All back subscriptions will be charged at the old rate of 11.50 per year. "If an fl and I anil ( anil a IT, With an X at the end, spell On: And an E and a Y and an R spell 1, Pray vrhnt In the speller loilnr Then If also an H and an I and a U And an II K l spell side.. There Is nolhlnK miii'h left for a spelter to do But to go and commit slouxnyeslKhed." Tan shoes are In It. The Star for $1.00. Oxfords 75o. at Robinson's. Saturday la Decoration Pay. Men's suits $1.75 at Mllllrens. Shoes to fit everybody at Dcemor's. Everybody that buys from Mllllrens is satisfied. . The foliage Is now in the hoighth of Its loveliness. There was a dance in the Nolan block Monday night. Buy your watches at C. F. Hoffman's and save money. The eagle will scream In Reynolds ville on July 4th. You are sure to got your moneys worth at GUblom's. Tomato and cabbage plants for sale. Call on R. D. Mulr. Hon. John G. Wooley at Centennial hall next Monday night. Everything has Its ups and downs, and why not tho thermometer. Alex. Riston has made some decided improvements In his cigar store. The wild crabapple blossoms now snd forth their aromatic perfume. Gentlemen, the finest line of shirts ever shown at Boll's from 50 ct. to M. Perfection shoe polish, for tun and black, best in the world, at Robinson's. Frances McDonald Is learning tho drug business in tho Reynolds drug store. The lazier a man is the greater things he is going to do when to-morrow comes. . We have added a full new line of hoes. Come and give us a call. J. S. Morrow. J. M. Mlnue, tho optician, hus return ed to DuBois, Fa., and will remain one month from May 2lith. , Mrs. Aaron Welsh's maiden name was Doling instead of Doney, as stated in The Star last week. . We will sav you money and soil you hoes that wear. and fit your feet. Give us a call. J. S. Morrow. V Brussels and ingrain carpets of all Jstylea, at low prlcos, at the Reynolds- vlllo Hardware Co. store. 'Judge- Harry White, of Indiana Co., Pa., occupied the judicial bench of Jefferson county last week. The National Prohibition Convention will be beld in Pittsburg three days this week, beginning to-day. The school directors are beslegod almost daily by applicants who want to teach in our handsome new school building. s O. H. Johnson was general manager of A. E. Dunn's hardware store last week while Mr. Dunn served his county juror. It was 3,000,000 Instead of 300,000 feet of timber that was threatened by forest Are at Brennan's camp one week ago last Sunday. Rev. George H. Hill began a two weeks' special service in the Beech woods Presbyterian church Monday evening of this week. Next Saturday being a legal holiday the postoffloe will only be open a few hours during the day, as follows: 7.00 to 8.00 A, M., 12.00 to 3.00 v. u., tt.uO to 7.30 P. M. . In 'order that the greatest possible i number' of. people should be able to observe Decoration Day, the women of the 'Lutheran church will serve cblchjen dinner, supper, lunch and loe crearto at the G. A. R. Hall on that day. A new sldowalk has been laid In front of tho Reynoldsvlllo Hardware Co. store. To convince a fool against his will Is on a par with arguing with a mule not to kick. Don't forget to havo your eyes ex amined and fitted with glasses. C. P. Hoffman run do tho work. Tho Lutheran Humlny school held a special service In the church Sunday evening which consisted of singing and responsive reading. A car of sheep was unloaded at this plaee yesterday to bo driven to Coal Glen, Pa., to supply tho butcher's customers at that place with mutton. Tho Ladies' Work Society of tho Presbyterian church will serve Ico cream, cake, coffee and sandwiches In tho Reynolds brick block on Decoration Day. Gilbloin's big store, a pronounced success! Tho greatest sale of shoes over known In Reynoldsvlllo. All tho latest styles In tan, calf and patent leather. Tho .TolTorson and Clearfield Consoli dated Coal Company Is to bo tho name of the new company that purchased the Bell, Lewis & Yates C. M. Co. works at this place. Tne Peoples Party of Jefferson county will hold a county convention In Reyn oldsvlllo to-day to nomlnato a county ticket and elect delegates to the State convention. Harry Reynolds has boon confined to tho house for a few days with an injur ed back which ho received In trying to ride a bicycle up tho hill near tho school houso. Hon. John G. Wooley, who will lec ture on "Christian Citizenship" In Cen tennial hall next Monday night, Is acknowledged to bo a powerful, logical and brilliant orator. A Kickapoo Indian Mcdiclno Compa ny camo to Reynoldsvlllo yesterday and pitched several wigwams and a large tent In the vacant lot near the oHra houso where tho company expects to remain for two weeks. Chairman of tho Dcmocratla County Committee, G. M. McDonald, of Reyn oldHville, has issued a call for the Dem ocratic primaries to bo held on Satur day, Juno 13th, and tho County Con vention on Monday, Juno 15th. A small boy walked Into tho West Reynolilsvillo machlno shop one day last week and asked tho proprietor It that was a muchino shop, nnd when In formed that It was he asked for flvo cents worth of machine needles. Tho 1100.00 reward offered for tho re capturo of David Trainer, who broko out of tho county jail recently, was raised as follows: County (35.00, Sheriff Gourley $25.00, Brown, of Bell's Mill, whoso horso Trainor stole, $25.00, County Commissioner States $15.00. A gamo of ball was plnyod betwocn tho barbers and dorks of Reynoldsvlllo last Thursday afternoon. Tho seoro was 15 to 17 in favor of tho clerks when tho game ended. There was enough "chewing" dono at it to supply a half dozen games with that fcaturo of ball playing. Sam'l Lauck and wife, of Driftwood, passed through Roynoldsvllle yestor day on tholr return homo after attend ing tho funeral of Mrs. Lauck 's father, Robert Bruce, aged 03 years, a highly rescctcd farmer of Manor township, Armstrong county, who wus burled at Manorvlllo Monday afternoon. Edward P. Elliott, tho impersonator, presented "Hazel Kirko" In Centennial Hall last Friday evening to a small, but appreciative audience. Mr. Elliott certainly possesses tho ability, bearing and fuee of the actor, and puts them all to tho best of use. He should have boon greeted with a packed house. R. W. Portorflold, president of the Oil City Fuel Supply Co., dlod at his homo in OH City about noon yesterday. Interment will take place at Oil City Friday. Mr. Porterileld has made a number of visits to Reynoldsvlllo since the O. ' F. S. Co. opened an office in this place and become acqulnted with many of our citizens. Those who have purchased tickets for Hon. Woolloy's lecture, to be de livered In Centennial Hall next Monday evening, can have tholr seats marked by calling at S. Shaffer's office, and will not have to go to the hall a half hour earlier than necessary to secure a seat and perhaps even then not be able to get a good scat. Get your tickets marked off. It is all the same price. There was a lively time among the Italians and Polanders who live along Railroad street, East end of town, yes terday afternoon. The Polanders were enjoying a wedding jubilee and were well filled with "bug juice" and some difficulty arose between the Polanders and some Italians who live close by, and somewhat of bloody time ensued for a tew minutes. One fellow was knocked insensible and another one bad the bark peeled off his proboscis and his eyes trimmed in a very black color with brown shading. Unfortunately all the participant bad sought refuge in their places ot abode before Frank P. Adels perger, who Is on duty at night and sleeps in daylight, could get to the field of battle. ' Married Sunday. Isaiah Fuller and Miss Alice Byphrlt were married at tho homo of the bride's father, Daniel Byphrlt, In Paradise, last Sunday evening by Rev. Paul Metzeuthln, pnstor of the Reynoldsvlllo Trinity Lutheran church. "Bike" Ran Off. William Beverldge, a young man ot Rathmel, was badly injured while rid ing his bicycle down a hill near Rath mel last Friday. Tho "bike" became uninanngeablo and threw William off. Tho right sido of his face was badly cut. There was a cut on his right jaw three Inches long which laid the jaw open clear In to the Imne. The Proper Encouragement. Wo received a letter from a sub scriber several days ago In which was enclosed cash tor a year's subscription and the followlngcomplimentary notice: "The Star Is the best weekly paper I have ever taken." A few compliment ary words like tho aliove enconi-ages an editor, but when tho remarks aro ac companied by hard cash for a year's sutiscrlption then tho editor feels tho foreo thereof. Don't Oet In a Hurry. It Is perfectly right for people to got off passenger trains as soon as possible after tho train stops, but It Is not wlso, especially for ladles, to stand carelessly In tho aisles or on tho platform waiting for the train to stop. Last Saturday when train No. 1 pulled Into tho station at this place an old heavy-set lady was standing In the door and when tho trnln stopped sho fell In to the car on her back, but fortunately escaped with out Injury. Coupling Pin Did it. "Herb" Burns, a hrakomnn on tho Hoynoldsvlilo & Falls Creek R'y, was Injured while making a coupling near Big Soldier last Friday. Ho had a coupling pin sticking in a drawhead so when the cam come together tho pin would drop into tho proier place, but Instead of the pin dropping in it flow out and struck "Herb" on the forehead and noso and cut an ugly gosh. After tho pin struck Mr. Burns It bounded some distance nbovo his head. Found Six Watch Chains. Tho borough lock-up recolvod Its annual cleaning last week nnd during tho process It was necessary to take out the closet pipe, and In this pipo was found six gold watch chains. Some fellow, who was guilty of taking what did not belong to him, has bocri locked In the bastllo and fearing he would bo searched before ho would be set free, and not caring to have un officer find six new chains In his iockets, the fellow disposed of them by sticking them down tho closet pipo. Register's Returns. C. T. Denn, assessor of East Wlnslow township, completed tho work last week of registering the voters, school children under tho ages of eight to thirteen, and number of deaths and births in tho eastern division of the township since January 1st, 1800. Following is the result: Voters, 503; school children under the compulsatory school law ago, .100; number of births, 50; number of deaths, 20. West Wins low has 202 voters, as published In The STAR last week, and East Wlnslow 503, making a total of 705 voters. Sentenced by Judge Reed. Charles Joiner, who was tried In the Jefferson county court for assault with attempt to commit rape, and was found guilty and sentenced to the Reforma tory at Huntingdon for a term not to excocd five yeai-s, was taken to the Re formatory lost Thursday. Yesterday Mrs. Lizzie Shea, who was found guilty of forgery, and Myron Clover, who was found guilty of larceny and house breaking, wore taken to tho Allegheny Work House by Deputy Shorlff Gourley and an assistant. Mrs. Shea is to re main in the Work House 9 months and Myron Clovor was given the prlvllego ot staying there 18 months. Log Rolled on Him. Abraham Fye, of near Sykesvllle, a Wlnslow township school director, was In Reynoldsvlllo Saturday to attend tho school directors' mooting and bad to hobble around by the assistance of a pair ot crutches. About four weeks ago Mr. Fye was helping to put a fifty foot log on skids at his mill and the log rolled back on his legs and Injured them so badly that for two weeks they were so benumbed that Mr. Fye could not toll by the feeling whether he had legs or not. He lost considerable flesh and was somewhat bleached from tho effects of the accident. It may bo sometime yet before he throws away his crutches. I m . A Good Committee. The committee to solicit the funds for celebrating the fourth of July in Reynoldsvllle has already secured $240.00. This committee was Frank J. Black, Dr. J. H. Murray, J. C. Dlllman, W. H. Bell, and John C. Conner. The same 'gentlemen, with the addition of H. Alex. Stoke and Dr. B. E. Hoover, have been appointed as a committee on arrangements. With suoh a committee the citizens of Reynoldsvllle can be as suredthat arrangements will be made for an excellent time in this place on the Great National Holiday, providing the committee 1 not handicapped by lack of money. Thought It a Ohost. J, C. Hirst had a dog that was no longer a puppy and In his declining days ho was Inclined to bo cranky and gave evidence occasionally of crank Iness. The dog had a favorite In Mr. Hirst's family and that was Charley. One day last week Charley and his brother George wero tussling In the dining room and'Dash quietly walked out from under tho table and bit George. That was tho last time the dog's teeth closed on fresh meat, for Mrs. Hirst Issued an edict that Dash must "bite tho dust," and forthwith a young man was engaged to execute the condemned dog, nnd tho boys saw him led out to lie shot and never ex per toil to seo the old dog again. That evening Charley went up to his grandmother Butler's and about tho time ho reached tho house ho saw his old pet dog coming towards him slowly. Tho boy was sure the dog had been killed and ho thought It was tho dug's ghost that was coming towards him. Tho littlo fellow rushed Into his grand mother's houso frightened almost Into Bposms and alt ho could say was, "Dash Is coming," No ono clso saw the dog and ho could not bo found anywhere and that only Increased tho boy's belief that It was tho dog's ghost. Tho next morning, howover, tho dog was found under Mr. Hirst's porch and was dis patched by a bullet from a rille. Tho man who shot the dog the afternoon before mode a failure ut it and tho dog had crawled home. Memorial Day Sermon. It has been tho custom for years to huvo a memorial sermon preached In this plnco tho Sunday before Decoration Day in turn by tho pastors of the town. This year Rev. H. R. Johnson, pastor of the Presbyterian church, preached tho sermon In his church at 11.00 a. M. Sunday. Rev. Johnson's subject was: "Tho Armies of the Living God." Tho sermon wus an able and eloquent ono and was listened to attentively by tho largo audience present. The church was taxed to Its utmost seating capac ity, and yet ninny wero compiled to return homo because they wero unahlo to get seats. The members of John C. Conser Post, G. A. ., Phil. Kenrnoy Camp, S. of V. and tho W. R. C. occu pied seats In tho central portion of tho houso. There was no services In tho M. E, nnd Baptist churches and Revs. J. W. Crawford and E. Lewis Kolley were in tho pulpit with Rev. Johnson. Tho services opened with a short prayor by Rov. Crawford. Roy. Kelley read tho initial hymn, which was sung by the congregation, and Rev. Kelley of fered prayer. The scripture lesson was read by Rev. Crawford. The Presby terian choir furnished the music. The service was a pleasing and profitable ono. Saturday's Program. Tho following Is tho program ar ranged for conducting the usual Decora tion Day exercises at this placo: Order of march Parade will form on Muin street t 0.00 a. m., right resting on corner ut Fifth street, In tho following order: Methodist Sunduy school; Baptist Sunduy school; any othor church organizations; brass bund; Washington Camp, P. O. S. of A.; Knights of tho Golden Eagle; any other orders that wish to participate: Woman's Relief Corps; Sons of Votor- ans; firing squad; Grand Army ot the Republic; ambulances. Column will move promptly at 0.15 and march to Beulah cemetery whore tho usual im pressive coremonlcs will bo observed, after which tho graves In Baptist, Pleasant Avenue and Cutholio comotor les will be decorated. At 2.30 p. M. tho firing squad will proceed to Prospect and bedeck with flowers the gravos In that placo. Joseph Shaffer, Marshal. T. C. Reynolds. Ass't Marshal. Death of Winfield Horm. Wlnfield Horm, uged about 37 yours, son of George Horm, died at his home in the Horm Settlement at 3.00 p. M. Monday, of cancerous trouble of the liver and stomach. Wlnfield has had poor health for four yours and hus boon seriously 111 eight or nine months. Last fall bo went to the Adrian Hospital for treatment, but did not receive the benefit hoped for and In March he went to the Jefferson Hospltul In Philadel phia. Funorul services will bo held In the church at Sandy Vullcy at 10.00 A. M. today, conducted by Rov. J. G. Harshaw, M. E. pastor of the Emerick vlllo charge. Interment will take place at the Chestnut Grovo comotery. A wife and five children survive the deceased. Rev. Kelley's Last Sunday. Rov. E. Lewis Kelley, who has been pastor of the Reynoldsvllle Baptist church little over two years, will preach his farewell sermon next Sunday evening. He will store his household goods in Reynoldsvllle and will go to Rochester, N. Y., for a short visit and will then gu west. Rev. Kelley expects to do supply work during the summer and will propably locate in the west. Rev, Kelley and wife have made many warm friends during their two years' stay In Reynoldsvllle who will be sorry to see thotn leave the place. Rev. Kel ley la bright young minister who will have no trouble in getting a good ap pointment in the Master's vineyard. Shoes the best, prices the least, at Kotnnsons. Decoration Day. Following Is part of general orders No. 17, Issued from the Headquarters Department of Pennsylvania Grand Army of tho Republic at Philadelphia: Memorial Day, with Its fragrant flowers, Its sweet music and Its sad memories Is approaching, when soldier and sailor living will pay tribute to soldier and sntlor dead. Though tho littlo mound may bo high on thohilllop or down low In tho valley, or the resting place be deep In tho fathomless sea, yet shall every Colorado who has gono to tho great lieyond, Is) remembered In the sweetly solemn ceremony of the floral festul day. With flags and dowers and music shall wo greet them again, and again shall wo In memory march side by side, touching elbows with our Comrades, as of yoro. Hongs of praise shall swell tho breeze, story of sacrifices, defeat and victory ahull bo told, loving hands shall strew tho graves of loved ones with ivy nnd with myrtle, with spring's fuli- Ht dowers and garlands patriots will plant on patriotic dead, tho dag they loved so well, and sucrcd Benediction will lie chanted. "Yes! Our ranks are growing thinner with tho coming of each May." Regi ments of our Comrades are marching down the hill of life to tho music of tho rippling waters of tho dark river, and shlps-crcw of bl uo jackuts are sailing tholr last voyage, soon "eight Isills" will strlko for them to go "off watch" forever. "How drnr tonnr hearts sre thndnys when we soldiered, As fond recollections present tlictn to vlrw." But still dearer to our hearts are tho remomheraucos of Comrades who aro "sleeping tho dreamless sleep In the wlndowless pulaco of denth." Join the H'oplo with you In your sacred services of Memorial Day bring church and schtsil, man ami woman, hoy and girl to your ceremonies; make the Impress on citizen and civic society that tills symbolizes America's greatest patriotism, and have all the pcoplo learn that they who honor the memo ries of the "dead who died thnt tho nation might live" honor themselves and their country. David Trainor Recaptured. David Trainor, the noted character who has served a number of terms In tho iHinltentlary and who broko out of tho Jefferson county jail on tho evening of tho 5th Inst., wus recaptured In a log camp near the Kln.na bridge on Mon day morning of this week by tho con stable of Mt. Jewett. Sheriff Gourley was notified of tho capture and tho shorlff and Commissioner Sum'l States went to Mt. Jewett Monday and passed through Reynoldsvlllo on tho A. V. R'y westbound train yesterday aftoriKMin with Duvld, who was securely hand cuffed. A fellow sinner who was In tho "pen" when Trainor was sojourning there saw David in tho lumber camp und "blowed" on him to tho Mt. Jewett constable. Tho ex-convlet accompanied the officer to tho camp and pointed out tho man wanted. There wus a reward of 1100.00 offered for tho recapture of Truinor, and that, no doubt, Induced tho ox-convlct to give Truinor Into tho hands of tho law. Truinor's absence at the May term of court mudo It necos sury to postpono his trial until such time us ho could bo present to hear it. He will now languish In jail until tho September term of court. Their Work Appreciated. It was stated In The Star lust week that tho firemen of this placo worked hard at tho Hopkins mill and Bronnan's camp In fighting forest fires one week ago last Sunday. Tho following letter will glvo evidence of how Hon. A. C. Hopkins appreciated the work done by our firemen: Lock Haven, Pa., May 20, 18f. Frank J. Black, Esq., ' Foreman Reynoldsvllle Co. No. 1. My Dear Sir: I herewith enclose my check for your Firo Company for $125, because of their generous and gallant work at my mill lust Sunday. Toll them and the citizens of your pluce that I fully appreciate their kind ness to mo upon the occasion and I wish you to take off your hat to each and evory one of them, I will soon see you In person and will then bettor express my thanks than I can do In this manner. With kindest regards I am very sincerely yours. A. C. Hopkins. The firemen are very thankful to Mr. Hopkins for the liberal manner by which he expressed his appreciation of services rendered. Church Notices. Under this heading will be found the subjects and texts of tho pastors of the various churches of Reynoldsvllle for the following Sunday: Baptist. Rev. E. Lewis Kelley, pastor. Morn ing: "A Farewell Exhortation." Eph. 6: 10. Evening; "The Commendation of God's Love." Trinity Lutheran. Rev. P. W. MeUontbln, pastor. Morning: "The Necessity of Regenera tion." John 3:3. Evening: "A Royal Declaration, Command and Promise." Mat. 28: 10-20. Special Request. I request all who owe me to be kind enough to pay 50 cents or a $1.00 on their accounts every two weeks. I am In need of money and hope those whom I have trusted will help me out. J. A. Welsh. Latest style straw haU at Mllllrens. PERSONAL PARAORAPH9. Olimpaes of the People who are Passing To and Pto. Henry A. Reed Is in Dayton, Ohio, this week. Will Burrls was In Rldgwny on busi ness last week. Mrs. M. E. Weed visited In Brook villa Inst week. Mrs. Wm. M. Foster visited In Brook villi) this week. Dr. James Ben Nealo was In Pitts burg this woek. Mrs. Ezra Ilartiiian Is visiting in Pittsburg this week. Mrs. C. H. Patterson, of Drookvllte, Is visiting In this pluce. Mrs. L. (,'. McGiiw, of Punxsutawney, la visiting In this place. Hobt. Hchofleld, of Rrookvllln, was In Reynoldsvlllo lust week. W. W. Barclay, of Big Run, was In Rcynoldsvillu Thursday. Eil. Gray, of tho Dullols f 'ohii'it, was In Reynoldsvlllo Monday. Mrs. II. Alex. Stoke Is visiting her parents In Allegheny City. Hon. A. (!. Hopkins, of Lock Haven, wns In Reynoldsvlllo this woek. Miss Golds Butler, of Mosgrovo, Pa., Is visiting relatives In this plnco. Emanuel Conrad, of Curwensvllle, came to Reynoldsvlllo yesterday. A. Z. Snyder, ono of Brookvlllo's tailors, Is working for J. C. Froelleh. Prof. W. M. Brown and wife, of Big Run, wero In Reynoldsvlllo yesterday. Mrs. W. M. Scott, of Philadelphia Is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Ferris, in this plnco. Dennis Di'IfcoII, of Allegheny City, visited in Reynoldsvlllo during the past week. J. C. Hoffman, of Hrookvllle, visited his brother, C. F. Hoffman, In this place tills week. Miss Ada North, of Hrookvllle, mut Sunday at the homo of Jos. T. Guthrie In West Keynoldsville. Mrs. Smith McCrolght and daughter, Beulah, of Prescottvillo, aro visiting In Washington lounty, Pa. Mrs. E. D. Bakor, nrr Molllo McKee, of Knox, Clin Inn county. Is visiting her father In West Keynoldsvlllo, John W. Fink, who has been In Hunt ingdon county since last November, re turned to Reynoldsvlllo Monday. Mrs. A. P. Holland, of DuBois, visit ed her sister, Mrs. E. C. Honoor, In this plnco the latter part of lust week. Prof. Lex N. Mitchell and T. B. Mit chell spent several days tho past weok circulating among friends in Reynolds vlllo. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Swongcr, of John sonburg, Pa., visited the lutter's sister, Mrs. L. M. Snyder, on Hill stroet the past week. David Hurtman Is visiting his son, John Hartmun, In Allegheny City this week and will also attend the Prohibi tion Nationul Convention la Pittsburg. J. D. Woodring and Will S. Barry wont to MohulTcy yesterday to look after tho piling of bark In tho woods ' near Mahuffoy for tho Elk Tunning Co. Willis and Michael Swart., who have boon at Winter Haven, Florida, twenty ono months, returned to Reynoldsvllle Saturday in g'ssl health but a trifle sunburned. L. M. Stewart, of Punxsutawney, a flagman on a B., R. & P. R'y local freight train between Punxsutawney and Clarion Junction, was visiting in Itcynoldsvllle this week. Prof. A. J. Postlewait was at Punxsu tawney Saturday being examined by a committee appointed by tho State Sup erintendent of schools, for a teachers' permanent State certificate. W. H. Allen and wife wont to Tltus ville yesterday afternoon. Thoy have been In Reynoldsvllle almost one year. Mr. Allen superintended the building of the handsomo new school house In this place. Rev. J. W. Crawford, Robt. L. Miles, J. Van Reed. J. M. Humphrey, Wm. B. Stauffer and Soloman Shaffer went to Pittsburg yesterday to attend the Pro hibition National Convention that opens In that city to-day. Mr. und Mrs. Chas. E. Butler, of Mosgrove, Pa., visited the former' mother, Mrs. Jos. Butler, on Grant street tho pnst woek. Mr. Butler is a stockholder and general manager of the. Pine Creek Coal Co. at Mosgrove. Frankie and Golda King, Cora and Golda Lowther, Roberta Ayera aud Wuldemur Metzenthln took part in an entertainment given In the Presbyter ian church at Falls Creek last evening by the Falls Creek Christian Endeavor Society. W. D. Clarke, of Broohvllle, Register and Recorder of this county and Repub lican nominee for re-election, and Samuel States, one of our present county commissioner and a candidate for the nomination for the same office at tho Democratic primaries in June, were in Reynoldsvllle Sunday and attended the Memorial services In the Presbyteriau church. If you want brussels, extra velvet or Ingrain carpet go to the Reynoldsvllle Hardware Co. store. The nicest tan, cloth top, laeed shoes in town for $2 at Doemer's. R. and G. glove htting corset at J. S. Morrow's. Gents, the latest things in bolts at Bell's. Call and see them. Golf, Golf, Golfs for everyone at Bell's.