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Stat 'Ml I lT TTV In independent journal devoted to the interests of Rvynoldsville. Published weekly. One Dollar per year strictly in advance. VOLUME 13. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, APIilL B, i9or NUMBEK 40. 1 I1IUECTOHS David Wheeler Gooigi! W. S.v ki-s ltobort Parrlsh John S. Howard Andrew Wheeler 01TICEU9 Ilivv id Wheeler, Pros. O. W. Bykes, Vice Pres. John 8. Howard, Secretary mid Treasurer, liiihci t 'I., Punish, Asst. Sec. and Treus. WHY TRAVEL ABROAD? PENING WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE to the public that we will'open our doors for bus incsss on Monday, April 10th, at which time we will beglad to meet as many of our stockholders and prospective depositors as can make it convenient to call on us, and also all others that feel interested in the growth of our new enterprise. Wherever j'ou sec a cut of the above keystone you will at once recognize us. Thi9 will appear on all our checks, notes, drafts, stationery, etc. We shall be pleased to m et you in a friendly and business way, assuring you that we are in shape to do anything that any trust and banking company can do in a safe and conservative way, .allowing interest on time and savings deposits. Come and open an account and get acquainted. Remember the date. Beynoldsville Trust Company. Next door to rostoflice. An Anirrlrnn Should (ilve Ilia First Study to IIIn Home Land. Whom I'n.Vc wrote 'Thcro's No Flape Llko llomu," lie pnu poetic expression to the love lie bore toward the Ingle nook moro preeloiiH tl in n "temples or pjilnces." Wlmt llowers of rhetoric eonlil uppmmh In power of assertion these live lit He monosyllabic words, "Tl:.. No I'luce Like Home" to (?:t!:. !.!eh were Impossible! H !.-; .. . ;;rc,:t privilege of Amerlenus t: Ik' wi'.hiiiit liyperliole to npply thei'i t,u travel, for wlmt Is there In any pint of the hiihllahle globe more fraught with Interest, Instruction, edu cutlon, refreshment of mind and body and uplifting of soul than nature has provided, with hand so lavish, for the delectation of those having the good fortune to dwell In this goodly land? Would ho seo a Itlvleru? Wo have several on the shores of the azure wa ters both of the gulf and the I'liclHc, far distancing that laved by the Med iterranean. Does he pine for snow capped moun tains? Let him repair to the plains whence Tike's Teak, Mount Logan and our other great elevations rear their hoary summits Into cloudland. Would he witness n majestic cata ract? There Is but one without n rival, the Imperial Niagara In the chain of our great lakes, most turbulent of links. Neither Nile, Niger nor flanges, great rivers though they are, arc comparable to our own Mississippi, well named "The Father of Waters." Our peerless Hudson excels In pleturosciie effects the vaunted Itlilnc; What of the beauties of the (lolden Gate, on whose shores sits enthroned queenly San Francisco, pronounced peerless among cities by a much trav eled European prince of Imperial blood? Where Is there, even In mluiature, anything to vie with that earthly para dise, the valley of tlio Yose'mlte; what to compare with the deep and rugged gorge through which passes to the sen the impetuous Colorado river? The Mammoth Cave of Kentucky, one of the world's wonders. Is as yet but partially explored. Why, then, travel abroad, while all these and vastly more than can be (numerated remain unseen at home? "Are not Aliana and Hiarpar, rivers of Damascus, better than all the waters of Israel?" said Naaman the Syrian of old when ordered by the prophet to betako himself to the Jordan for heal lug. Who can help admiring his pride of country and robust patriotism? Most worthy are they of emulation. He it for health or recreation, there Is no grander travel field than that we hnvo at home. Travel. t FLORAL EXCURSION. Reduced Rates to Pittsburg via Pennsyl vania Kailroad. To accommodate thoso desiring to seo the mitgullioent display of flowers now blooming iu the I'hipps Conservatory, bchotiley I'tirk, Pittsburg, tho PonnevI vaiila Railroad Company will soli ex cursion tickets to Pittsburg on Sunday, April 9, from tho following stations, at rates quoted, good only on truins indiuuted : Kate Time of Train DHrtwood $1 fit) 4.,'IOA. M Falls Creek 1 fid 0.12 ' Heyniildsvillo 1 fit) (i.Ijll ' r'uller 1-10 ( tAH " Brookvillu 1 20 7.0"j " Siimmd ville 1 OU 7.20 " Pittsburg Ar 11.13 " "f Slops on signal or notice to ag.nit to receive passengers. KoUirning, special train will leave Pittsburg, Union Station, at 7.00 p. m. and run through to Driftwood, making all stops cast of lied Bank. Tickets will also be accepted on DuISois ICxpri ss, leaving Pittsburg at C.O.I p. m. The excursion rate will not bo accepted on trains, and passengers not provided with tickets will bo charged the regular full fare. Horse Went Mad. A horse belonging to Geo. Kennedy, tho East Brookville meat man, de veloped symptoms of hydrophobia while in tho stable on Saturday of lust week and died in fearful agony a short tiino later, after creating lots of excitement in that locality. The horsu was quito valuable and had but recently been purchased by Mr. Kennedy from W. K. Fetzer, who bought tho animal in Clarion county about two weeks ago. Brookville lUjmhtkun. a IBEL IN DIVORCE. Emma L. Dunliiim v. Lewis S. Dunlin m. No. 1-, iNovcinlMM' Term, HKU. I'lurics Sub poena tn Divorce. JEKFEKSON COt'NTV, SS: Tlio Com moil w cull li of Pennsylvania. To Lewis S. Dunham Greeting: We command von, as twice before you were commanded, that all mutter of business and executes being set. aside, you be and uppt-ur In your proper person before our Jude at Itrookvllle, at our Court of Common Plesis. thereto be held on the second Monday of April next, to show cause, if any you have, why your wife, Knma L. Dunham, should not. be divorced from the bonds of matrimony which she hai h contracted with you the sniil LewtsS, Dunham, agreeable to the Petition and Libel exhibited against you before. our Bald Court, aud tlm you rihull In no ease omit at your peril. Vitnesu The Hon. John V. Hoed, President of our said Court at Hrookvllle, the lrd day of January, A D. 10: d, Allowed by the Court. Attest Cyuus H. Blood, Prothonotary. To Lkwir S. Dunham, Gkketimi: You are hereby notified to ttppear before the Honorable .Indue of the Court of Common PleaM, at Brookville, Pa., on the second Mon day of April next , to answer us set forth in the above subpoena. J.W.CURRY, Sheriff. March H, 1905. . JIBEL IN DIVORCE. Eva Ramantha hotter vh. Willis Burton Motter. No. H7, November Term, 11)01. Pluries Sub poena iu Divorce. JEFFERSON COUNTY, SH: The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. To Willis Huktom Mottku, Uhketinu: We command you, a twice before you were commanded, that all matterof business aud exrti-e ieiius m;t aside, you be and appear in your proper person before our Judire at Hrookvllif, at our Jmirt of Common Pleas, there to Ixj held on the second Monday of April next, to show can so, if any you have, why your wife, Kva Sumant ha Motter, should not be divorced from t he bonds of mat rimony w hleh she hath contracted wit h you, the said Willi Bur-ion Motter, titfreeable to tho Peti tion and Li iiel exhibited against ou before our Aaid Court, and this you sliall iu no case omit at your peril. Witness The Hon. John W. Reed, President of our said Court at Brookville. the 12th day of January, A. D. 19"5. Allowed by the Court. Attetit-CYKfs U. Blood, Prothonotary. To Wjm.ib BrttTON Mottkh, Grketino: You tire hereby not Hied to appear before 1he lloiioi able .Indue of the Vuri of Common Pleas, at Brookville, Pa., on the second Mon day of April next, to answer as set forth iu the above Hubpoeua. - J. W.CURRY, Sheriff. March 11, IWfi. If you have anything to sell, try ' our Want Column. QANK ffh fi C5y mail a iU '-j ThU 20th Centair bun. 1 AtliL.S Inn mcltiod brlnis this ' W -ii gtrotu. olu bault to every K-J t -i post oillce In the world. ' v! "T. wrlto for Hanking by 1 i.TAij Mall booklet i' " r Founded. 1862 jr;,' . 0s8Qt5, SI4.000 000.00 C'!';fi? PIITSBUROH I f, 'r '1 BANK FOR SA VINOS H j;Uo.ii ,:'. of Pittsburgh, P. i.'...1j..gr-,--" W anted! Girls to learn Cloth Picking and Winding.- Enterprise Silk Co. rust National Bank OF HE YNOLDS VILLI. Capital Surplus $50,000 $50,000 Kcott M l llmid. (rpxlrirnts J. . Klnu, Vlrr lreldlltt J oil II. Kaurlirr aalllpi . Directors: ricolt Mcrnullnii'l J. .Tolili II. Curlx'lt ti. V. Fuller .Kin Diinlel Nolun I. IT. Kaucher K. II. Wilson r(;s k u'nnenillmiikliiub'iHliiKunrl wlhMi i l.lm :iM-ounl.N of nierchiinU iirofoKMlouiLl it i-i. fiirrimrH. tiitichiiiiiCH, rninoi-, lurult,rmen hiiJ olliHrq.iiiroinlnlni; tin; mom mruful attout lni Ui w liulnebt. of ull IHtl'HOllH. Sa r-1 i'" lit Hoxiw for rnt. Kir' ual limik bulldln;, Nolan block. . re Proof Vault- Qlendale. J. Walter Moore has his spring wheat sowed. Mrs. Lizzie Moore is visiting hor sister, Mrs. C. K. Hiiwthorne inDuBois. Mr. C. A. Chatuberliti visited rela tives in our town the past week. Newton Bussard is weather-boarding his house. P. W. Deomer is sawing on the Sehucker & Smith milK The surprise party at Frank Moore's was well attended and every ono seem ed to enjoy themselves. Sinca the party Mart Perrin says he wishes school had just commenced instead of closed, Sunday school was re-organized on April 2nd. E. E. Nowcome lost another horse on Saturday. John Bussard soltj his hard-wood logs to A. D. Deemer, of Brookville, and his hemlock to H. A. Swab, a contract or ofReynoldsvillo. Miss Jessie Corbin, of Aliens Mills, visited her grand-father in this placo last week. L. W. Moore and Mrs. Katharine Hopkins, both of this place, were mar ried at the M. E. parsonugo at Emerick vi!le on Thursday, Mar. 30, 1905, by th Ruv. W. H. Garnett. On the following night the calithuuipian band furnished "circular saw music" until Low promised them a party and trout on Suturday evening, April 8tb. Bitten by Mad Dog Brookvlllo got tho first mad dog scare of the year yesterday morning, when a blnrk and Ian hound made its appear ance on Main street, showing all the symptoms of rubles. Several dogs and a horse were oitton by tho vicious brute, und it was later learned that William F. I'lylor had been bitten by 'he dog, near the Oato school house, in Hose township. A popular sub-crip-tion wuh at once sturtcd to defray the expenses of sending Mr. Plyler to the Pasteur Institute at Pittsburg for treat ment. Brookville licpublicun. Tho Itnlny IJay. A well known artist recently received a letter from a cliup who has regularly made it a practice to borrow money of lilm. In this letter tho chap who Is always in flnnnclul difficulties surpris ed his correspondent by saying: "This time I havo decided to reverse tho usual order of things, and, Instead of borrowing from you, I inclose here with $."0, which I am going to ask that you will lay aside for me for a rainy day." But the artist couldn't find any re mittance in tho letter. Ho searched for it on the floor, under the table In fact, everywhere he thought he might havo dropped It. Then quite accidentally he turned over the sheet on which tho let ter was written and discovered this postscript: "I've just looked out of the window and find it's raining like tho very deuce!" Collier's. .'.3 l!e coat sfctir.Ki J ill j wearer's profanlfy expands. Why waste WorHnvinthlp on uo shrunk cloth ? Saves ti'rs n ilia factory, end t'-)3 tf course is lr.oawy JaU the wearer g'ftt? i'thi short end " - 1 th short co".:, Ci'iiil w:y. it.vii Sua patented I !q tier ft Kiacblce thr.x s'.iri.?. the cloth in t.. placa before it is : Dses'exac'Jy Litfhiiricsi tv. with wet clut? A Story of Sir Robert Bnll. Sir Robert Ball, the noted British as tronomer, on one occasion went to a remote town ra Ireland to lecture ouj his favorite topic. Arriving at the sta-; tion, ho looked for the expected couvey-j anco, but found none. After nil the other passengers had disappeared a! man stepped up and said, "Maybe1 you're Sir Iiobert Ball?" On receiving' an ailinuatlve reply the man hastily! apologized, saying, "Sure, your honor, I'm sorry I kept you waiting, but I was' tould to look for an Intellectual glntle- man." Sir Robert thought that under the circumstances It would be better not to inquire what was the man's idea of intellectuality. ;,Ji Saves tiroa n ilia f: li factory, end t'-;3 fcf fi jh coarse is tr-oswy JaU I Aj the wearer g'ftt-j r'tbs h S ' short end " - 1 noun W! jj th short co-.:, V A TbatisB'if .) ' ".Sul?!- . Ci-ifl" wcy. Vtifretsa ,' lit ptntE I !q tier ft j macIUr.e thr.x girtr.X? y the cloth in t;ta placa ei " before it is :u.ula v.p. B-tt rA Dses'exac'Jy vhl i':ie t'J : lj Liifhiiricsi tv.Ucr .. E,! ; i with wet clut' aud hot J j Iron.butdj'jf.i.'qnicai'y ' p:i : j by vholpsa'o. u$ T!iU is vx)j a:w poJnt m , i s5 of ClothcvafS sxcal- M t M lentc, hat Lt Suuv'S the K ; If ft"- I 4.,4.xxtix.iix.r.-4..4.rrt4.i.,r..i."ixnxcr!rr I The People's Bargain Store A. KATZEN, Prop. SPRING OPENING Spring is here and our store is fully prepared for it with a large line of spring and summer merchandise fresh from the city. Remember every article mentioned here we carry in stock and guarantee the price and quality to be the lowest and best that you can find anywhere. Don't for get to ask for one of our new Bank and Merchandise Trading Stamp Books. Dry Goods Lancaster ginghams, formerly fl and 7 conts, now 5o.- Bost3(iinch unbleachod muslin, worth from 0 to 7o, now 5c. Fast color prints 5o. 40o white table cloth, a bargain at 25c a yard. 25c linen window shados, now l!)c. First-class oil cloth, 12 yards in a roll fancy patterns good for anything for which oil cloth can be used, worth $1.80, now 91.55. Largo lino of lace curtains from 45o up to 12.25. Wo carry the largest line of lace and ombroidory at prices from 2c up to 35c a yd. Men's, Boys' and Child ren's Clothing. Boys' kneo pants from 19c to 50c. Largo assortment of men's pants from 75c to $-1.25. If you need a now spring suit , come in and see our line. Prices range from 83.75 tow 13.50. Hats, Caps, Shirts, Etc. Tho best assortment of men's and boys' caps now stylos prices were 35 and 40c, now 25o Men's stiff and soft hats, up-to-dato stylos, 50o, 75c, 81.25, $1.G5 and 2.25. The biggest assortment we have evor carried in men's and boys' negligee shirts fancy patterns, for spring and sum mer in a price ranging from 25o up to $1.25 Ladies' summer gauze shirts from 5c to 25c. Children's summer gau.o shirts from 5c up to 15c. Ladios' 90c wrappers a 65c Shoes. We also havo a large line of men's, boys' and children's shoes all made from good leather at prices which wo can guarantee. Every pair of shoos purchased at our store will give satisfactory wear. We do not handle paper soled shoes. Only honest goods sold at this store. 4 in 1 M 1, Remember our store is filled with good goods at honest prices and our motto is 'Quick sales and small profits. ' Don't miss this opportunity. We do notcharge anything for examining our stock and will be pleased to show you anything in THE PEOPLE'S BARGAIN STORE, A. Katzen, Prop, RE YNOLDS VILLE, PENNSYLVANIA. i i-ii-'Aiuii-i4auV SHOES-NEW SPRING STYLES. FOR M EN, $1.2.1 TO fl.oo HARMON' 1 P' W 4 i(v4 Old Time nniliray Travel. Third class passenger coaches in England used to be coupled on next to the engine. Tho travelers came in for terrible treatment when any accident occurred. At times the engine was driven tender first, in. which case frozen hands could be warmed at its smokestack. Tho passengers were packed, seventy of them, Into a truck eighteen feet in length by seven and n half in width. There was no roof and not, as a rule, proper protection at the sides. Marltnl Prralflnse. "I must confess," remarked Mrs. Crabbe, "I don't believe thero ever was a really perfect man." "Well," replfed Mr. Crabbe, "Adam would have been perfect, I suppose. If Eve had only been made first" "IIow do yoo mean?" "Well, she would have bossed tho Job of making Adam." Philadel phia Press. ' M Intent of ill, 9 Clotfc craffera and the thoroughness of their worR. No other concern Soei or can ase onr shrinE ing machine. It's a Clothcraft patent. Without it no cloth is HHely to be properly shrnnK in a factory escept at verr great expense. The style and fit of Clothcraft Clothes and cloth are self evident. Yon can see and Judge them for yourself bnt it is well for yoo to Know that behind the perfection of fit and fin tsh is the solid honesty of wearful cloth and worhmanship. Bino-Stoie Go. Reynoldsville, Pa. h R VI tl Wa. 1 Pi I i I The Satisfactouy : : Store : : POWDER THS OLDEST. PUREST AND MOST RELIABLE BAKING POWDER MANU' FACriRED. NO OTHER EQUAL TO T. A Girl's Experience. My dnagbter's nerves wore terribly ont of order. She was thin and weak : the least noise Martled her, and nhe wus wakeful at niirhL Ilefore she had taken one package of Celery King the chan ee In her wuh ho great that huo could httrdly be taken for the name girl. 81ie in rapiuiy growing well and strong, uer com plexion is perfect, and she sleeps well every night. Mm. Lucy McNutt, Brush Valley, Pa. Celery King not only strengthens Uitt Derves, lt makes perfect complexions. Sold by H. Alet. Stoke. JOHN C. HIRST, CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER, Surveyor and Draughtsman. Office In Sol Shaffer building. Main street. L. JOHNSTON, , JUSTICE OP THE PEACE, Office four doors from Hoga House, West KeyuoldsvlUe, Pa, pRIESTER BROS., UNDERTAKERS. Black and white tuneralcars. Mian street. Keyuoldsville, fa. J. H. HUGHES, UNDERTAKING AND PICTUKE FRAMING. The U. S. tlurlal Leatua has been tested aud found all right. Cheapest form of In surance. Secure a contract. Near Public Fountain, Uuyuoldsvillp Pa.