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Jltof J ,noi Lit ror LIKE . . . I A free vhliirhl)i In Lin k Ihi- I veil Xortnal Sihool, lln'i f ftehmii of Itntiorjt or Interiin- $ f tlonal t'orrrnj;oiitlenrr,Srlioolnl' jjj J m;i: rui K vaie. S 4 I'JIA'K ftCJIOLAllSlIir . . i offereil by The Stnr lo the perion getting highest number ' I of vote. Content open to all. i For full particular SEE THIRD PAGE. ) VOLUME. 10. KEYN0LD8V1LLE. PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1901. NUMBER 0. . A WISE COUNSELLOR. b B B SHICK & WAGNER, B B B the: big store. B B B tr er 1 WOMEN'S STYLISH BICYCLE, RAINY DAY AND DRESS SKIRTS. This week as special attraction for out of town goers we H have purchased 50 new skirts. These skirts are made of medium and light weight cloths, just'the thing for the next H three months' wear. You will find nothing skimped, noth- H ing illiberal, nothing that sense and fashion do not approve. H We firmly believe they will be readily appreciated and quick- ly purchased at the low prices at which they will be offered. H These goods are not in stock yet but will be here for your & inspection by the time of the issue of this paper, 1 B 3 uiuuiuuiuuuuiUiUininuuuiiuuuuiiuuauaiUkUuauaiuuiimtuiiaiiuuauuiiuuuuaiiutuuiiutuauuiuuuaiuuuu Carpets In Stock. 2500 yards Ingrains, 15 to 5o. per yard. ' 1500 yards Tapestry Brussels, 50 to h0o. per yard. 1500 yards Wilton Velvet, 75 to $1.00 per yd. Aleo Body Brussels and Axminster to suit. ART SQUARES, LACE CURTAINS, PORTIERES. Linoleum 2 yards wide, 87 i cents per sq. yard. Table Oil Cloth, only $1.55 per bolt. Handsome China and Porcelain Dinner sets, Beautiful Reclining 'Go-Carts for baby, Coal and Gas Ranges, Hot Plates and Ovens, . Bed Room and Parlor Suits. ' . ) 1ST ANYTHING NEEDED IN YOUR HOUSE, fl O. W N. HANAU. People appreciate n goyd . article when they see it., There is always something at a Iww priee at my store in the line of Dry Goodsf I will null $8 and $9 (ill-wool l.'m, lHo and 20o dress goods go unite for 15.00. $9 and $10 worst- for 10 and 12io. 811 outing for ed suite tor $0.50. $ and $15 and tlio. 10c outtug for 7io worsted suits for $10.00 to $12.00. ?Dd. 3o Gr'd 0,l,l!U - Ver ... .. . ,, , ... , bust culloo 5o. Percale 80 and All our suits are stylish. Boys' )t)0i Lllau.' axltm and . Mid knee punts 19 cent, ren's jackets. ,;' ' ' . . ' ' '-, .', . Come in and Investigate. jS, HVU. Clothing. NOT WHAT YOU PAY, BUT WHAT YOU GET. No economy in buying poor goods. Lots of people forget this fact and are guided entirely by the price. Look to the quality, then consider the price and you will hnd our values ahead of any in the city. 36-inch Fercale, formerly 12c, at only 9c ier yard. All good patterns, fast colors. Shirt Waist suits, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00, Latest patterns and any color you desire. Second shipment of ginghams and dimities. Some thing entirely new. 10, 12 and 15c per yard. New Mercerized Ginghams, plain and fancy, at only 20c per' yard. , All carjwt samples sold as rugs. First here, lest value. Parasols and Colored Umbrellas, all colors, from $1.49 to $5.00. Call and examine them. Compare our prices with any of our competitors'; be convinced you are in the right place. With every $25.00 worth of merchandise we give you a life-size portrait of yourself or friend absolutely free. Your own time to make your purchases. Give us a call. No trouble to show goods. J. J. SUTTER. Percale Shirt Waist Suits Ginghams and Dimities Carpet ample Pa raaol Portrait Free The. Furniture Occasion of the Year. Don't Miss this Carpet Opportunity. We have added to our store im mense shipments of the latest styles of furniture. Nice GO-CARTS from $7.00 to $20. IKON BEDS from $3.50 to $17.00. Latent improved gas and Bteel ranges. Bed Room. Suites from 18 to $48." ' I? . . We have the stock to satisfy every desire for carpet beauty. INGRAIN Carptit from 15c to 70c. BRUSSELS from 50o to $1.50. . The price of these goods cannot be discounted when the quality is con sidered. No extra charge for lining and lay ing Brussels Carpet. Don't buy your .carpets until you see our carpets. J. R. fHILLIS.i ft s ' -oi ';v0 i i 1V mn s t A? REV. R. C. SHITH.D. D., Presiding Elder Clarion District of M. E. Church. Paradise. The ladles of the Luthornn church had a quilting at Orange hnll luxt Wed nesday, and preHonted thoqiillt to thutr pastor's wife, Mrs. W. Seiner. A boun tiful dinner wag served In tho hull, to which all did ample justice. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. WcIIh and son and daughter, Blair and Maggie, visited the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Sheesley, last Sunday. There will bo an Ice cream and straw berry social at the Grange hall to-morrow, Thursday, evening for the benefit of the Epwoi tli League. Mrs. Don McDonald and children, of Dig Kun, were visitors at Win. Dough erty's part of last week. Mrs. Illack, of Marlon Center, is vis iting her son, Wcstover Little, and fam ily at this place. Curlsteno Strouse visited her sister, Mrs. J. J. 1'lfer, In Dutch Paradise ov er Sunday. Anv nRPtiiin flnHlrlno liirWvu for J I -' r - J ' a Thanksgiving, should give Jim Shees-A ley a call. Miss Lizzie Fryo, of Heynoldsvlllo, visited her sister, Mrs. Llttlo, oyer Sun day. Maggie and Ethel Gathers visited Susie and Km ma Sheesley overSunday. Amos Strouse was the guest of his brother, J. M. Strouse, over Sunday. Paradise will celebrate the Fourth as UBual. Fireworks In the evening. Joe Cochran called on friends In Winslow a few days last week. Lost, strayed or stolen, six white pigs belonging to J. M. Strouse. Mrs. David Hlllls has been on the sick Hut for the past week. Harry Spenoer, of New Florence, was In town on Sunday. Dick Yohe Is building u now barn. A Fine Exhibition. ' Lowery Ilros.' Olympia shows gave an afternoon and evening performance In Towanda Tuesday and Wednesday. They were greeted by large crowds who expressed their approvul of a first-class entertainment. Nearly all tho per formers are artists In their lines, doing marvelous feats, which together with an able accompaniment of clowns, jolly josters and a magnificent band kopt the audience In a hilarious mood from start to finish. Thp trained dogs was a pleasing feature, and Prof. McDudo's successful balloon .ascension and para chute drop were witnessed by great crowds of people, Everything was just as advortlsed and the performance equal to that of 2T and 50a shows. The tent would have to be enlarged if Low ery Bros, come to Towanda next year. Will exhibit at Reynoldsvlllo two days, June 2IUh and July 1st. Seven Years In Bed. . "Will wondorg' evor cease?" Inquire the friends of Mrs. L.. Pcaso, of Law renoe, Kan. They know sho had been unable to leave her bed In seven years on account of kidney and liver trouble, nervous prostration aud general debility but, "Throe bottles of Electric Hitters enabled me to walk," she writes, "and In three months I felt like a new per son." Women suffering from Headache, Backaoho, Nervousness, Slceplessnoss, Melancholy, Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find It a priceless blosslng. Try ft. Satisfaction Is guaranteed, Only 50o, at H. Alex Stoke's drug store. Years ago It was assumed that there was a oertaln amount of trade In a com munity, and that the share which any establishment could get must depend chiefly on Its location. Now it Is known that not only will advertising enlarge the share of any establishment, but it will also Increase the total volume of 'business. That trade can be oreated by advertising .has been shown many times. Philadelphia liecord. Rathmel. Ilichard (ilover, who made his home hero for a number of years, died at the home of his daughter In Punxsutawnoy Friday night of last week. He was burled In the Heynoldsvllle Catholic cemetery. Mr. (ilover has two daugh ters living hero, Mrs. Geo. Roberts and Mrs. P. J. Finnell. Hev. Head ley, of Outlet, Pa., Is visit ing his daughters, Mrs. A. L. Keagle and E. R. Rougher here. Mr. Head ley will preach In the Church of God next Sunday evening, June .10th. John Smith, jr., Is nursing a bruised face and head, the result of a fall from his wheel while coming down Prospect hill road last Saturday. Ten members of the Sons of Temper ance drove to Sykesvtlle lost Friday ev ening to help Institute a Division there. Rev. Williams, of Coal Glon, preach ed In the M. K. church hore Sunday ev ening. John Welling, of DuBoIs, visited friends here over Sunday. Miss May Johnston visited her par ents In DuBols last week. S. J. Bowser and wife vlsltod friends In Foxburg last woek. John Ponhall is visiting In Plttston, Pa., this week. L. A. Hays went to Woedvllle last week. Frequent Performances. The performance of the Bostock enter prises at the Pan-American Exposition, which consists of the great Zoological Arena, Chlqulta, the Golden Chariots, Esau, the Man-Ape and others, are the most popular on the Esplanade, for the reason that they are almost constantly open and the prices of admission and reserved seats are moderate. At the Arena and other shows performances' are given at 11 a. m. and 2, 4, 7, and 0 p. m. Tho genoral admission Is, adults 25 cents; children 15 conts, Balcony, adults 115 cents children 25 cents. Box seats, $1 and children 50 conts. A ride on the Golden Chariots is only 10 cents, and the same admission is charged to the recep tions of Chlqulta and Esau. All the Bostock exhibitions are honestly adver tised and honorably conducted. Saves Two From Death. "Our little daughter had an almost fa tal attack of whooping cough and bron chitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havlland, of Armonk, N. Y., "but wbon all other romodios fulled, wo saved ber life with Dr. King's Now Discovery. Our nelce, who had Consumption In an advanced stage, also used this wonderful medicine and to-day she is perfectly well." Des perate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr. King's Now Discovery as to no oth er medicine on earth. Infallible for Coughs and Colds. 50u and 11.00 hot tlus guuruntocd by II. Alex Stoko, drug gist. Trial bottles free. Reduced Rates to Detroit. For tho meeting of the National Edu cational Association at Detroit, July 8 to 12, 1001, tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company will sell excursion tickets to Detroit from all stations on its lines, at the rate of one fare for the round trip, plus $2.00. Tickets will be sold July 6, 7, and 8, good returning to leave Detroit not earlier than July 9 nor later than July 15. By depositing tickets with Joint Agent on or bofore July 12, and the payment of 50 cents, the return limit may bo extended to leave Detroit not later than September 1. As blood is to life, Clydesdale Oint ment Is to the body, it kills all poison rub It In sore spots. Your druggist sells it, 25 oents. Johnston & Nolan have a One line, of Emerson's shoes for gentlemen. ,6ee them. , . ' A Presiding Elder Beloved by the People Now Serving His Fifth Year In Clarion District. ' Dr. R. C. Smith, of DuBols, presid ing elder of the Clarion District of tho M. K. church, preached an able sermon In the M. E. church at this place lust Thursday evening and afterwards con ducted the third quarterly conference of the present church year. This Is Dr. Smith's fifth year us presiding cider of the Clarion District, and he has prov en himself to be a capable and excellent man for tho position. Tho work on Urn distrlul has prosH'red under his elder ship. He Is a wise counsellor and a spiritual christian, beloved by all who become personally acquainted with him. Israel Snyder, Hoiiwldm'illr, .Pa. Dear Sir: Perhaps you are going to paint your house, and don't believe in Devocj We'll moko you an offer: Paint half your house lead and oil; tho other half Dovoo lead and Inc. In three years tho load and oil half will be hungry for paint; the Dovoe half will turn water as well as when new. If not, our agent will stand by this. "If you have any fault to find with this paint, olthor now in tho painting or here after In the wear, toll your doaler about It. "We authorize him to do what is right at our exponse." Devoe lead and zlno holds color hotter than lead; turns water twice as long. Yours truly, 3J F. W. Devoe & Co. P. S. H. Alex Stoke sells our paint In your section. Transactions in Real Estate. Annotta Thompson to George J. Brit ton, for property In Brockwayvillo. $700: April 111, 1901. G. A. Hellbrun to Sal vator Farina, for lot in Anita. $55;June 15, 1901. J. B. Arnold to Mrs R. J. Roynolds, for lot in Reynoldsvllle. $2,050; May 27, 1901. B. M. Clark to Rochester & Pitts burgh Coal and Iron Company Co., for land In Calmont township. $14.49; July 15. 1901. R. E. Furguson to William Cowan for property In Corsica. $275; April 1, 1900. W. J. Bonningor to W. J. Shaffer and W. N. Conrad, for lot In Brook vllle. $.15; May II, 1901. John C. Moore to J. S. Moore, for property In Corsica. $275; April 1, 1898. Ira L. Boebe to Maude E. Booth, for property In Reynoldsvllle. $1,300; March 18, 1901. Israel Snyder, sr., to Elizabeth Hen ry, for property In Falls Creek. $2,000; June 14, 1901. . William H. Humphreys to Mary M. Jordan, for land in Warsaw township. $1.00; June 14, 1901. Caroline Van Orman, et al., to John Corbln, for land In Warsaw township. $1,500; February 20, 1901. B. L: Buzard, et al., to Elizabeth Hlmes, for property in Brockwayville. $250; April 1, 1901. M. M. Fisher to A. L. Long, for land In Winslow township. $700; January 22, 1901. Annie Barber to Garfield S. Starr, for land In Snyder township. $42; June 13, 1901. Wanted it Mentioned. "I wish," said a young lady of Falls Creek, as she entered the Herald office, "that you would say in your paper this week, that my father is building a hand some and commodious new porch to his property on Blank street. It is a large affair and has a strong and reliable ham mock swinging across it. The hammock has been tested and is guaranteed to carry two, and the porch faces the east so that it Is nice and cool just as the sun goes down. You editors are always preaching up the merits of advertising, o I thought I would give it a trial." With this tho lady adjusted her nose glasses and loft the sanctum sanctorum. Falls Creek Herald. Letter List. " List of unclaimed letters remaining In the postofflce at Reynoldsvllle, Pa., week ending June 22, 1901: Peter Foltz, Mrs. Amelia Kanady, Mrs. John Foltz, Mrs. J. P. Sohneron, Emma Pefferman, John A. Campbell, Mr. Ed. Allison, Gust Tangern, Albert W. Pierce. Foreign, Gosidlo Madonno, Gura Fadinyak. Say advertised and give date of list when calling for above. , A. M. Woodward, P. M. i Didn't Marry for Money. ' The Boston man, who lately married sickly rich young woman, Is happy now, for he got Dr. King' New Life Pills, which restored her to perfect health. Infallible tor Jaundice, Bil iousness, Malaria, Fever and Ague .and . all Ljver and Stomach troubles. GeutW but, effective. Only 2iv at II. Alex Stoko's drug store. .