YOUNG'S PLANING MILL
You will find
-rKMEB AND FINISH
of all kind,
HOUGH AND - DRESSED
HIGH GRADE VARNISHES,
LEAD AND OIL COLORS
In all hada,
And also nn over-stock of Nails
which I will sell CHEAP.
J. V. YOUNG. Prop.
Clothing to Fit ?
Then you ought to go to
J, C. lroelilich,
My line of samples nre well
worth anyone's time to call and
All Work is Guaranteed.
Cleaning, Repairing and Alter
ing a Specialty.
J. C. FROEHLICII.
Near Centennial hall.
OF RE YXOLDS VILLE.
Surplus. - 15,000.
C. niU'livll. President!
Scott ilr lellnnd, Vice Pres.
John II. Kauiher, (ashler.
0. Mitchell, Poott McClelland. J. O. Ring
John tl.Oorhett, i R. llrown,
U. W. fuller, J. II. Knucuur.
Dim a ffonernlhankltiitbufilnrRnnd solicit,
the nccountiof merchants, profiMlonal men.
farmers, nieclinntcs, mint!, lumbermen and
.other, prontltdnu the mot careful attention
to the mirtlurgfl of nil persons.
Safe Deposit lioxes for rent.
First National Dank building, Nolan block
Fire Proof Vault.
NoRWoon G. Pinney, Ag't.,
4 John Trudgen, Solicitor,
Keynolusvule, I 'a.
SOLID I SI) EM XI TY,
Twelve first-class compan
The oldest established Fire
Insurwcice Agent in Jef
All business will receive
Office on Wot Main street, opposite the
' Conimerctul Hotel, KeynoldHvlllu, Pa,,
Notary Public, real estate agent. Patents
secured, collections made promptly Utiles
In Nolan block, ltuynoldsvlllo, l'u.
MITH M. McCUElGHT,
Notary Public and Real Estate Agent. Col,,
lection will receive prompt attention. Otlluv
In Kroehllcb & Henry block, near pusiofllce,
U. B. E. HOOVER,
REYNOLDS VILLE, PA.
Resident dent Int. In the Kroeblich A Het
ty block, near the postofHce, Jlulu street,
Gentleoess In operating.
Office on second floor ot First National bank
Vlldlnir, Main street.
0R. R.'DEVERE KING,
Office on second floor Rcynoldsvllle Real
Estate Bldg. Main street Heyuoldsvllle, Pa.
, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
.And Real Estate Agent, Reynoldsvtlle, Pa.
J H. HUGHES,
. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING.
A full line ot supplies constantly on band.
Picture framing a specialty. Office and ware
room in Uie Moore bulUllugon Main street.
FRANK D1ETZ, Proprietor.
First class In every particular. Located In
i the very centre of the business part of town.
'Free 'bus to and from trains ana commodious
. .sample rooms for commercial travelers.
FRANK J. BLACK, Proprietor.
The leading hotel of the town. Meadquar
tors for commercial men. Steam beat, fre
"bus, bath rooms aadcloseu on etrery door,
.sample rooms, billiard room, telephone cod
Land thickly oovered with timber
'indicates good land; where the trees
tare cniiereu una not Tory tall la
dleates pour luod.
Future Naval War
-It is the Lnit
NAVIES nro Boon to illsnppcnr,
according to n critic In tbp
Now York I lorn Id, who hns
, been wntrhlus; recent uie
clinnlcnl development. Ho knows
tlmt nothing Is more likely to become
obsolete thnn an existing nnvnl Insti
tution the moment something better Is
discovered, nntl lip points to the rapid
exllnclloii of woollen warships pro
pelled liy sails wlien the Mcrrlniac
Monitor. Unlit demonstrated Hint with
audi vessel tile greatest iundruiis
under tlip ablest commanders were nt
Hip mercy of n Utile Iron monitor.
Mini's command of the nil through
nerophinc nml (lying machines, nntl
Ms utilization of a water blanket to
protect submarine bonis, will, shys
tills erltlc, render ships tlmt II out on
the surface wortliless. The floating
wnr ship, lie snys. will bp subject to
nttnek from nlmve? nml from beneath
l.v enemies which It ennnot reneli.
He draws, therefore, nn Interest Inn
find thrilling picture of n nnvnl Imttle
of the future, which Includes n fight
between n flying nimlilne nml a sub
tnnrhip bont. This, ho snys, Is not bo
Imprnbnble nn It seems.
The flying mnclilnn enn, hp snys, sec
the submarine) benentli the surf nee
when It would be Invisible to men on
n vessel, just ns the Osh hnwk enn
IIUGM LANCES TO IEST
locate its submerged victim. As the
aeroplane enn wove with celerity. It
enn hover over tho submarine until
the hitter Is compelled to come to the
surface for nlr or rises for attack.
Then it can drop ilynnmitc bombs upon
the submarine nml train rapid flrers
upon ItH thiu shell.
Tho submarine, however, will not be
quite helpless. A wcll-nlmcd shot from
oue of Its how rnpld flrers (which can
ho uncovered the moment tho nose of
the boat rises nliovo the surface)
would Instantly put the flying ma
chine out of business, tlms clearing
the way for other submarltips to rise
to tho surfnee or for n bevy of friend
ly flying mnchltuw to come up. Menu
while, thero would bo no vessels lu
England, having ascertained tho fact
thnt France Is equipping herself with
a large fleet of submarine torpedo
bonis, and hnving nlwnys iu mind the
fnct tlmt only twenty-one miles of sen
separates France from England, has
been casting ubout for some menus of
defending herself from submarine
boats In general and those of Franco
Roughly speaking, the Idea Is to arm
a very fast steamship with nn ex
plosive tipped lnnco and let her run
u' nnd stick the luckless submarine
''V -V;,' u ;;'.:,',-,. I.
fflGHT BETWEEN SUBMARINB AND FLT-
boat before Its navigators can mako
It dive again.
In the carrying out of this plan Eng
land Intends to fit one of these marine
lances to the destroyer Starfish. Prob
ably there will be one of these boom
like lances on each side of the ship.
They will protrude before the bow,
Just .as a lance Is extended before the
rider who carries It. Eucb lance will
be tipped with powerful explosives.
Submarine boats are necessarily
rather slow. Tbey can neither come to
the surface nor dive bolow it as
quickly as a fish. As a matter of fact
when a submarine torpedo boat comes
to the surface either to take an ob
servation or for fresh air, It takes
some minutes to submerge the boat
gain. Those few minutes are to be
taken advantage of by the destroyer,
which travels at a very high speed.
When the submarine boat comfes to
the surface It will be seen by the de
stroyer. Before K Ink again the
fnst, Innee pnrrylnjtNJ""' IM hT
dashed up to It and spea'C" It with one
of the explosive booms ors (nces. Tha
siibinnrlnp torpedo boat Is t'lpn e
petted to retire! from business.
System of Italslnc Snnlcen
On neeonnt of the many dlsnstrons
accidents which occurred on the sea
during the Inst few years much ntten.
NEW UF.RMAH METnot) OP
tloii In n en In being ptild to the inven
tion of n system by menus of which
sunken shl.s can successfully bo
rnlscd. Among the latest proposals
to this effect Is nn Invention of a tier
mnn engineer, which has lieeii patent
ed. The Inventor employs two cylin
drical ciiInsouh of such Immense slzo
ns will eiinble him to raise the longest
ships. As shown In one rut, the cais
sons nre sunk to the bottom of the sea
on pitch side of the vessel. The Inner
parts of the cnlssons nre equipped
with strong hydraulic machines. Tim
latter draw heavy chains nttnehed to
both cnlssons tight; the chains run
over a pulley fixed In the caissons. In
order to prevent the calnsons from
KOY NUUMARINH HOAl'S.
moving out of their original place they
nre provided wllta heavy arms an
chored to the ground. As soon as tho
caissons have been placed iu the re
quired position the chains arc drown
tight, and thus slip below the bottom
of the vessel. In this way the caissons
come close to the vessel. They nro
then pumped empty nnd raise simul
taneously with the vessel, as shown l:i
the second Illustration. A sicoud
strong chain Is then drawn below tho
caissons themsilves, worked in tho
snnio ninunn" by means of hydraulic
machines, until the vessel has beoa
lifted entirely out of :he water. Trials
THE VESHEIi BCPFOnTED BY CAI880X3.
recently made In tho North Sea nro
said to have glveu entirely satisfactory
Bees Swarmed on Ills Hand.
The Strand Magazino publishes this
Interesting Illustration of the vngarlci
of a swarm of bees. The man who had
this peculiar experience was working
iu an English garden, when a swam
of bees came off, and as be stood
among tho flying Insects tho Queen
alighted on his hand and was Joined
I by tier subjects, making a cluster
uis arm weigmug nve pounus. lis
received but two stings, and these by
accidentally crushing bees between bis
'There is nothing in words union they
ar properly strung together.
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY BY
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FIRST PXIZE One fall yearat I)ck Haven State Normal,
SECOND PRIZE One term in King'B School of Oratory,
THIRD PRIZE A 35 course
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Tl, 1?..,... I .. -1 r 1
llC VOUlll larlv (ir in-tiMcmnTl rrettinrr tlio
highest mtmU't of votes will be gh'cn one full
year at the LocK Haven State Horninl School
bee, including tuition, light, heat, furnished room
nnd boarding. This is one of the lust Normal
Khools in the State.
The contestant receiving second highest num.
her of votes will be given one term 12 weeks
at King's School of Oratory, Pittsburg, where
oratory, elocution, dramatic culture, literature,
Shakespeare study, music, drawing, delsarte
rWXn t iissii if na- Q '1
Prof. Byron W. Klnf.
book-keeping arc taught. King's School of
Oratory has gained quite a reputation as a first
The person receiving the third highest num
ber of votes will be given a $35.00 course in the
International Correspondence Schools, of Scran
ton, Pa. A complete commercial course, steno
graphic course, book keeping, complete teach
ers' course, coal mining, mechanical drawing,
telegraphy and GO other courses are taught by
this school. The winner of this prize can tike
up a $33.00 course or can have the $35.00 ap
plied as part pay on any course the winner may
The person getting the second highest number
of votes can have their choice of the scholarship
in Kings' School of Oratory or the Internation
al Correspondence Schools.
Premium Coupons Persons paying their back
subscription, or in advance one year or more,
will be given a premium coupon which will en
title them to 3G votes for each dollar of subscrip-
Our Secret Service.
In the last estimate of the govern
ment an expiMiillture for spies wan
duly and candlilly reported, says the
Saturday JCvenlng Post. The eon
veiitlouallsls of the European nations
opened their eyes In amazement. Of
course every army had spies, but no
body was supposed to acknowledge It
officially. They said the Americans
were really a most extraordinary peo
ple. Ir was Iu lis way the same kind
of revolutionary work that this gov
ernment did In diplomacy It made
the traditional modern diplomacy
truthful. Few realize the extent of
secret service work In the modern
trade of war. The books of Instruc
tion nnd the whole education In the
naval and military life Impress the
Importance of knowing everything pos
sible about the geography, tho habits,
the resources and tho condition of
every nation strong enough to light.
Thus the world Is mapped in every
war office nnd representatives of
every nrniy are looking around to see
what other armies are doing. Some
times there ant discoveries and Bcnn
dais but. scandal or no scandal, the
work goes steadily on.
Iu fact, the spy, whether be be after
the plans of a fortification In an era
of peaee or In the ranks of the enemy
In tlie midst of war, Is being developed
not only In kcpnnons and Intellectual
accomplishments, but in' his stone
lug before the world. . V uen caught
he Is still a spy, and when successful
he Is still a hero, but there Is less
disposition to shoot him over nlgtt
thnn there used to be. Thus the
most hazardous part of the war bun
iness Is much safer than It used
l?P0fl QiIiaIo vain inn
i nn i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 i I a 1 1 1 1 1.
L1VV kUllUlUl U111UU
i iii I .j,r',.
Statu Normal School, Lock
in the International Correspondence Schools, of Scranton, Pa !
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Addrkss. . . .
J. P. Ilaskins,
J. P. Haskixs, Secretary.
Ilvnry Belt a. agent for a Chicago
Arm, was convicted Friday at Mariet
ta on the charge of selling oleomar
garine with coal tar coloring nnd was
sentenced to pay a tine of $.-o ami
costs. Tlie case was prosecuted 1
the Ohio State Dairy and Food de
partments. Stephen Payne, formerly trainmas
ter nt Youngstown for the Lake Shun',
has been appointed assistant superin
tendent of the Pocahontas division- n'
the Norfolk and Western road at Blu'.
flelil. the scene of last week's disas
trous flood lu 7,'est Virginia.
L. M. SNYDER,
and General Blacksmith
Home-shoetas; dons id tho isatcst manner
soil by tliu lattwt improved methods. Ue-
Jiairlus of all kinds carefully and promptly
lone. tfATisr actios Ucaaiitibd.
. HORSE CLIPPINO
Bare just recelvsd a complete set of Laa
rhiuo horse clippers of latest style '08 pattura
and am prepared to do clipping In the beet
pustlble manoer at reasonable rates.
Jackson St. near FUUt, sUjnoldsvlUe, Pa.
THE STAR, OF
including tuition, boarding, &o.
VIlu-, . swf
r.ion paid. Anyone senninj; r hiuik"k -new
yearly cash subscriber will be given a cotij
pon Kjual to 00 votes.
Persons desiring to enter the contest should
begin as early as possible. As soon ns the
names are sent or handed in to The Star office
thevwill be published, but the number of votes
will not be published until June l'Jth, when th
vote each contestant has at that time will be
published opposite name, and from that to elos
of contest the vote will be published as counted
and returned by the judges from week to week
On Monday of each week (alter June 19th)
the ballot box will be opened and the coupons
counted by judges.
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Write in the above lines the name and ad
dress of the person for whom you wish to vote
and send or take the coupons to the secretary,
the music dealer, where they
will be placed in tlie uauot oox. tonicsi closes
nti9 Aiirnr Kth. 1 ?()! . All business com
munications and inquiries should be mailed
to The Star office. Receipts and coupons will
be promptly mailed from The Star office to
RULES OF" CONTEST,
Contestants must register their names at
The Star office.
All coupons must be sent to the secretary
of the committee, J. P. Ilaskins.
All money collected for new subscribers or
on subscription due must be sent to this
Each contestant will be furnished with
printed cards certifying that he or she is a
F. P. Alexander,
Thos. F. Adam,
L.J. McExtire, J
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