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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
4. K. WINK,
COITOft 4 PHOPRIlTO.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY f, 18!8.
A tkntkhatuiu: of 124 in the
shade in Australia is a reminder that
the American climate, while a little
warm lit time, is on the whole mod
crate and genial.
A Kkntuckiaj has started a jack
rabbit preserve lor coursing purpojes.
If a pair of rabbits elopo to the woods
and feet up lor themselves the pre
serve will soon be superfluous.
The mortality of the Cuban city of
Santa Clara last year is reported at
(5981, or considerably over one-half of
the total population. History has
few examples of such deadly suffer
ing. If the Spanish battleship visits
New York it will be received with
courtesy. But in case any unfriend
ly craft should turn up it will find
the torpedo equipment largely in
creased. The men who stated in 18 that
farm products could not advauce
without the free coiuage of silver are
saying uothing about tho fact (hat
wheat sold at $1.10 iu Chicago a few
It is to be hoped that the Omaha
World-Herald will liasteu to obtain
"editorial trauBportain" which will
enable Mr. Bryan to visit the trans
Mississippi exposition at Omaha. He
will be interested in that room pa
pered with cauceled farm mortgages
from a siogle county of his State.
Those who were so happy not long
siuce because they attributed the def
icits to the result of the condition un
der the Diogly law are saying nothing
about that December surplus of near
ly two million dollars. Nor are tbey
calling attention to the fact that the
receipts uuder the new law have in
creased fifty per cent, iu five mouths'
The Dingley law has already out
rnu the Wilson law as ft revenue pro
ducer, despite the fact that the Wil
son law found enormous quantities of
goods waiting to come into the c3un
try when it went upon the statute
books, while the conditions were pre
cisely the opposite when the Dingley
bill became a law. The first six
months of the Dingley law produced
813,500,000 more revenue than did
the Wilson law io the same period of
If the State Capitol Commission
can get all the suppliers of material
to duplicate the offer of a quarrymao
"iu uiiais io give me 6tuUe out of bis
quarry free of cost, it mav be able to
get its building put up in fireproof
couBirucuon according to Jaw and
witnin tne legal limitation of the cost.
Why not use a good coating of
buncouib and cheap thunder? Since
a certain member left the commission
in a hufT and "refused to play," there
has been a real poudfresh of that sort
of material in evidence
We are in receipt of a two page
type-written letter from a Mr. J. A
Clark, which speaks very flatteringly
ot Mr. George . Guthrie in conuec-
, lion with the gubernatorial uooiioa
tiou on the Doinocratic ticket. Judg
ing from what Mr. Clark says about
him Mr. Guthrie is a very nice man,
a good scholar, and a descendent from
a long line of ancesters, both pater
nal and maternal, and while Mr.
Clark does not put the claim forward
in eo many words, it is altogether
probable that Mr. G.'s lineage could
he traced back through the ages to
the original Adam. For theso and
other reasons, no doubt Mr. Guthrie
should receive the Democratic uom
nation for governor. We can vassure
Mr. Clark that we have no objection
to the nomination of his friend, bu
as to his election, that is different
The Republican nominee, whoever he
is, will of course be governor.
in tne six mouths id which the
Dingley law has been in operation it
has shown a steady growth. TueAu
gust receipts were S19.Tl23.614; those
or September $21,933,098; October
$24,391,415; November, $25,108,995
December, g27.931.494, and January
828,795,227. The growth iu the cus
loms receipts has been equally strik
ing and equally gratifying. Iu Au
gust I tie customs receipt! were, by
reason of the euormous importation
which had preceded the euactraent of
the new law, less than $7,000,000, in
beptember about $8,000,000, iu Oo
tober, over $9,000,000, iu November
nearly $10,000,000. in December
nearly $12,000,000, and in Jauuary
over $14,000,000. This shows no
only a .steady growth, but indicates
the accuracy of the judgment of those
wtio Had insisted that there would be
a constant increase in the earnings of
the new law, when '-portatioiis re
guinea tiieir norma jnuditioiiB ail
the absorption of a euormous i
flow of foreign prr ducts prior to the
enactment ot I ha new law.
The State Capitol I'lniis.
The oppngiti n to the State Capitol
plans adopted by the commission does
not place Governor Hastings and his
Attorney General io a very good
light. It savors altogether too much
of personal di?app lintment and spite
work. It does not seem possiblo that
they can do any more than temporar
ily halt the carrying nut of the plaus,
but this hitch may be sufficient to
prevent the erection of the Capitol in
time for occupancy by the next Legis
lature, and thus bring another bill of
expense upon the people for rent of
The commission has full power uu
der the law creatiug it to select plans,
and the courts have so decided. The
Governor has a scheme of his own,
backed by certain so-called experts,
but it was not satisfactory to the other
commissioners. It called for au im
possible sort of a building with the
legislative halls lighted artificially,
nd for an amount of money which
far exceeded the appropriation. Nat-
rally enough, it was rejected. Theu
the Governor acted like a spoiled
hild and refuser" to play any longer.
The matter was taken into court, the
decision was against him, and his at
tempt to enforce his own views utter-
r failed. Then he virtually with
rew from the commission ami refused
to attend its meetings. Now that the
commissioners have goue ahead with
their work without him, he institutes
'J he difference between the Govern
or and the other commissioners is that
while he wishes to throw around a lot
of small buildings iu a helter-skelter
way, the others wish in the end to
erect a Capitol of which the State
may be proud. We believe the com
mission is right.
The Governor has been playing to
he galleries. During the legislative
session he voted various bills for the
purpose of gaining popular applause,
but, unfortunately, the measure about
which so much racket has been raised,
iiKe tne Mercantile lax bill, were
projects for which he used all his io
fluence. The Mercantile Tax bill.
for iustauce, was one in which he was
deeply interested, and one which
would not have beeu passed except
for his own hard work, but when it
was passed he vetoed it. ' Politics
bypocrasy is bound to be exposed io
the end, and it is uot at all likely
that political hypocraBy will work in
the matter of building the State
Capitol Phia. Inquirer.
A Progressive Newspaper.
Tho Times has a largor circulation by
many thousands than any other daily
newspaper published In Pittsbnrg. This
is admitted even by its competitors. The
reasons for it aro not hard to find. The
Times is a tireless newsgathorer, is edit
ed with extreme care, spnres no expense
to entertain and inform its readers. It
prints all the news in compact shape, car
ing always more for quality than qnantl
ty. It keeps its columns clean, but at the
same time bright. Nothing that is of hu
man interest is overlooked by it. It aims
to be reliable rather than sensational. It
believes in the gospel of get there, but it
gets there with due respect for the facts.
Test any department of it you choose
political, religions, markets, sporting, ed
itorial, society, near town news and
you'll find The Times may be depended
upon. $3 a year, 0 cents a week.
TioncKta Nuiiiiiier School Jiegins May
The work of this Summer Bchnol will
be a review in the branches in which eacli
person desiring to teach must pass an ex
amiuotion before the County Superin
Tuition. J5 por term. Two pupils
from one family, $4 per term each. For
full information address.
K. N. Spkkb,
Sealed Bids for Erection of School House.
The Board of School Directors of Kings-
ley Township, Forest county, will re-
cieve sealed bids for the erection of a
school house at Mayburg, In said Town
ship, until February 22d, 1H98. Plans
and specifications may be seen at the of
fice of the Secretary of the Board. W. F.
Jones, Newtown Mills, Pa., with whom
bids should be tiled. The board reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
J. H. Carpenter, Pres.,
W. F. Jones, Secy.
Newtown Mills, Jan,. '8, 1SU8. 2-2-3U
Children and adults tortured by burns
scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases
may secure instant relief bv using De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo. It is the great
pneremeuy. lieam A Killmer.
Do you appreciate good laundry
work? if ho patronize the Dunkirk
steam laundry. Miles A Armstrong,
Don't annoy others by your coughing,
and risk your life by neglecting a cold,
Olifi M i II II I A f mi irli f'lir. ..,,,-au wt.n.l.u
colds, croup, grippe and all throat and'
lung trouble. Jlealli A Killmer.
A few months airo M r. Bvron F.verv
of Woodstock, Mich., was badly atllicled
with rheumatism. His right- log was
swolen the full length, causing liini great
sunering. no was advised to try Cham
berlain's Pain Balm. The first bottle o
it helped him considerably and the sec
ond effected a cure. Tho '25 and 50 ecu
sizes are for salo by (. W. Bovard.
Honest goods at bargain prices. Xo
odd lots find refuge here. Miles A Arm
Have you got $25.00 T Have you got
850 00? Have you got $100.00 T If so, why
don't you deposit it with the Conewango
Building Loan Association Association
of Warren, Pa. They will pay you 0 per
cunt, per annum Cash Dividend, payable
semi-annually, and you can withdraw
your principal in full at any lime alter 6
What plemtiro is tliore In lire with a
lipadaolip, constipation nod blllooonens f
Thousand pxpprionofl thpm who could
bocoine pprlpi'tly hpalthv by union He
Witt's Little Early Riser, the famous
tittlo pills. Hcitth A Killmor.
A fter j-enrs of untold suffprinK from
piles, n. W. Tiirsell or Knilnersvillo.Pa.,
was rured bv nsinR a single, box of Da
Witt's Witch 11h7.pI Salvo. Skin diseases
neh as eczema, rah, pimples and obsti
nato sores are readily cured by this fa
mous rcmody. Heath A Killmer.
A thrill oftorror is experienced whena
brassv i-oiirli of crony sounds through
the house at night. Hut the terror soon
changes to relief after One Minute Cough
Cure has lieen adniinistorod. Safn nod
hnrmlcss for children. Heath t Killmer.
There aie three little tilings which do
mnro work than any other threo little
things created they aro DeWilt's Little
Early Risers, the last being the famous
little pills for stomach and liver trouble..
Heath A Killn.er.
Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredrickstown,
Mo., was troubled with chronic diarrheva
for over tli'rty years. Ho had become
fully satisfied that it was only a question
of a short time until ho would have to
give up. He had been treated by some
n too nest pliysiciana in JMirope ana
America but got no permanent relief.
One day he picked up a newspnpei and
nam-en to read an advertisement ot
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhea remedy. He got a bottle of it, the
first dose helped him and its continued
use cured htm. For salo by G. W. Ho
vard. We are anxious to do a little good in
this world and can think of no pleasanter
or bettor way to do it than by recom
mending One Minute Cough Cure hh a
preventive of pneumonia, consumption
and other serious lung troubles that fol
low ncglectad colds. Heath A Killmer.
You can got it at Hopkins' store, tf
Notice is hei-obv civen that the follow
ing accounts have been filed in my office
and will be presented at the next term of
court for confirmation.
First and final account of Jacob Mer-
eilliott, administrator of Daisy I. Moreil-
liott, deceased, ot Marienville, Pa.
First and final account of Jonathan Al
baugb, administrator of Mary E. Surena,
deceased, late of Hickory Township, Pa.
J. tl. KOIIEKTSOK,
Clerk Orphans' Court.
Tionesta, Pa., January 31, 1898.
Warren, Perm a.
Nelson P. Wheeler,
David W. Boaty
Wm. D. Brown,
Geo. N. Parmleo,
A. T. Scofield,
H. A. Jainieson.
Personal and Business accounts solici
ted on most favorable terms consistent
with good conservative banking.
Interest allowed on deposits
a. N. PKRMLEE, Pres.
IT. A. JAMIESON, Vice Pres.
F. K. HERTZEL. Cashhr
THE OLD RELIABLE
TIONESTA, - PENN.
S. S. CANFIELD, PROPRIETOR.
Good Stock, Good Carriages and Buir
gies to let upon the most reasonable terms.
lie wm also do
All orders left at the Post Ollioe will
receive prompt attention
Whereas. The Hon. Charles H. Nnveu
President Judge of the Court of Common
rieas aim quarter Sessions in and for
the county of Forest, has iusued his pre
cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas,
Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans'
Court, Oyer and Terminer and Oenerat
Jail Delivery, at Tionesta. for th'i
County of Forest, to commence on the
Fourth Monday of February, being
mo ioiu uny oi rooruary, 189S. no
tice is therefore given to the Cor
oner. Justices of the Peson ntirl Cnn.
Btables of said county, that they be then
and there iu their proper persons at ten
o clock A. M., oi said day with their
records, inquisitions, examination, and
other remembrances, to do those things
which to their office appertain to be done,
and to those whoare bound in recognizance
to prosocuto against the prisoners lhat are
or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that
they may be then and there to prosecute
against tliein as shall be iust. Given un
der my hand and seal this 24th day of
FHANK P. WALKER, l.s. Sheriff.
o :f;t ici a ist.
Office i 4 7K National Bank Building,
OIL CITY, PA.
Eyes examined free.
TIME TABLE, in
etloct Oct. 10, 1897,
Trains leave Tio
nesta for Oil City
and points west as
No. 31 Bulfalo Express, dully
except Sunday 12:00 noon
No. bl Way t reight (carrying
passengers), daily except
Sunday 4:50 p. m,
ro. a,! Kjn vu.v r..xi ress, uauy
except Hunday 7;4fl p, m
For Hickory, Tidioute, Warren, Kinr.ua,
jimuiuru, wiuHii auu ine rasi :
No. 30 Olean Express, daily
except Sunday 8:45 a. in.
No. 32 Pittsburg Express,
daily except Sunday 4:19 p. in.
No. 60 Way Freight (carrying
passengers to Irvinetoii ) daily
except Sunday 9:50 a.m.
Get Time Tables and full information
from W. II. SAUL, Agent, Tionesta, Pa
K. BELL, Uen'lSupt.
J. A. FELLOWS,
Geu'l Passenger it Ticket Agent,
General office, Moouev-Brisbane Bid
Cur. Main and Cliutou SU., Butlalo.N.Y.
COUNTY AUDITOESmDnTjroTHE YEAR 1897.
JAMES H. FONES, Treasurer, In account
To tml. from settlement of 18!W. $12,051 04
To ain't from J. P. lines . 00
To ain't from land redemption.. 142 24
To am't from C. 8. Murphv line 83 00
To am't from sale ot barn" 35 00
To ain't from J. Bender Jurors'
board bill 13 00
To am't from A. Otllillan lino.. 300 00
To am't from A. Giltillan costs.. 373 JM
To am't fiom Jury fees 8 00
To am't from License foes 142 50
To am't from Harmony Town
ship building fund 29 07
To am't from Tionesta Borough
Poor account 01 25
Toam't from Green Tp. Poorac't 136 50
To am't from State tax on per
sonal indebtedness fiOO 47
To ain't from State tax returned
on personal indebtedness 40fi 05
To am't from Alien tax 1897 10 01
To ain't from unseated tax, 1897 0,087 28
To am't from seated tax lor 1897 17,798 50
To am't from seated lands re
turned for 1896 513 09
To am i from 60 day list for 1897 68 60
To am't from Int. on on son ted
lax for 1890 281 T1
To am't from 6 pr ct. added to
touts' returns A Coll'rs ac Is 270 12
, , U0.023 60
To balance $10,702 80
JAMES H. FONES, Treasurer of Forest
sylvania iorine year
To State tax on indebtedness of
forest County t 104 00
To Mercantile tax 650 00
To billiard and pool tax 300 00
To peddlers' licenses 10 00
1. 130 00
J AML.S H. r ON ha, Treasurer, in account
io nai. irom settlement of 1890. x 525 19
xo am i rec a irom individuals.. 210 25
To balance $.524 30
JAMES II. FONES, Treasurer, In account with Llqour Licenses for the year end
ing January a, louo.
io Jjioense fees $ 760 00
JAMES H. rONES, Treasurer, In account with the Dog Tax for the year ending
January 3, 1898.
To bal. from settlement of 1897..$ 200 00 By orders redeemed S 308?5
io uog tax tor 1897 172 50
JOHN H. ROBERTSON, Prothonotary
vjoumy ior me year
to orders drawn 307 08
FRANK P. WALKER, Sheriff of Forest
lur iuh year ending
To orders drawn 8 1,210 80
P. M. CLARK, District Attorney of Forest County, in account with Forost Countv
C , 1 . T ' .1 . ......
iui fcnu yvni tmuuig
to orders drawn 134 00
W. M. COON, Commissioner of Forost
To orders drawn I 630 81
$ 630 91
M. WH ITEM AN, Commissioner of
iur luq year uuuillg usiiuary J, ist'B.
jo orders drawn 8 484 49
HERMAN BLUM, Commissioner of Forest Countv, in account with said Countv
.1 . , " n . ......
ivi i-iiu yvue turning January a, lo-.io.
10 ordors drawn S 482 83
D UKISST COUNTY, 88.
We, the undersigned Auditors of Forest County, do hereby certify that we met
at the Commissioners' otlice in said County, according to law, and did audit and
adjust ine several accounts ot tne Treasurer, Prothonotary, Sheriff, District Attor
ney, and the County Commissioners, for the year encftng January 3d, 1898, and we
found the same as set out in the foregoing report. In testimony whereof we havo
Hereunto set our Hands and seals this 14th
Attest, J. D. DAVIS, Clerk.
EXPENDITURES of Forest County
Assessors for 1897 aud 1898 $ 1,570 93
Elect ions .
Express and dray age
County Auditors' Clerk.,
Stenographer 101 00
Tip siati 30 ou
Court Crier 78 00
Scalp Bounties 113 00
Fuel and Lights
Jury fees 2,352" 03
Boardiug prisoners at Jail 573 60
Taking criminals to Penitentia
ry, Ac 249 41
Road Costs 130 00
Repairs to Court House, Grad
ing, &o 105 88
Tobacco for prisoners 4 45
Lunacy fees 15 00
Janitor 812 00
Com'rs Clerk 780 00
Washing for Jail 14 89
FINANCIAL STATEMENT of Forest
Am't in hands of Co, Treas'r... .$10,702 80
" due from Green Twp 91 50
" " Hickory Twp 580 87
" " Howe Twp 398 08
" " Tionesta Boro 08 75
" of seated lands returned... 612 72
of liabilities over assets 22,639 78
FOREST COUNTY, ss.
Pursuant to law we, tho undersigned
me mregoiug exuiuii 01 me receipts auu
milling .January 101,, iojo. t iiimss imr
C. M. WH
Attest, J. T. DALE, Clerk.
COUNTY OF FOREST, ss.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
Sheriff of Said Count), Ureeting ;
Whereas, August Johnson did on the
291h day of July, 1897, prefer a petition to
our said Judges of the said Court of Com
mon Pleas for said County, praying lor
the causes therein set forth, that he nilght
be divorced from the bonds of matrimony
entered into with you, Theresa Johnson.
We, therefore, command you, the said
Theresa Johnson, that, selling aside all
other business and excuses whatsoever,
you be aud appear in your proper per
ton before ouj- Judges at Tionesta, at a
Court of Common Pleas there to be held
for the County of Forest, on the Fourth
Monday ot 1-eliruajy, 1898, to answer the
petition or libel of the said August John
son and to show cause if any you have,
why the said August Johnson, your hus
band, should not be divorced 'from tiie
bonds ot matrimony, agreeably to the
Acts ot Assembly in such case made aud
provided. Herein fail not.
Witness the Hon. C. H. Nnyes, Presi
dent of our said Court, at Tionesta, the
16th day of January, 1898.
J. H. ROBERTSON,
with Forest County for the year ending
By County orders redeemed $17,803 48
By State Treasurer's receipts,
poisonal Indebtedness 654 87
By State Treasurer's receipts,
County Indebtedness 104 00
By bonds redeemed 6,000 00
By Interest coupons redeemed.. 1,725 00
ny seated land returns tor i:s(..
By exonerations for 1890
By Collectors' percentages for
1894, '05 and '90
By Collector's percentages and
abatements for 1897
Bv 4 nr ct. com. on 7.725.0fl.
bonds and coupons , 309 00
By 4 pr ct. com. on $17,803.48
orders 712 14
By 1 pr ct. com. on $500.47 Stata
tax 5 no
By amount to balance 10,702 80
County, in account with the State of Penn
ending January 3, 1898.
By printers' bills (Mercantile ,
Appraisement) 93 33
By amount uncollectible 64 00
By 6 pr ct, com. on $1,000... 63 30
By State Treasurer's receipts 918 04
By amount to balance 73
11.130 1 0
with the Redemption Fund for the year
By am't paid individuals f 207 77
By 4 pr cU com. on f'207.77 8 31
By amount to balance 524 30
By am't paid Jenks Townsliiu..$ 228 00
By am't paid Howe Township.. 67 00
By am't paid Barnett Twp 57 00
By am't paid Tionesta Boro 228 00
By am't to County account 142 60
By 6 pr ct. commission on $750.. 37 60
By 4 pr ct. com. on $308.63 12 8
By am t to balance 61 63
of Forest County, In account with Forest
ending January 3, 1898.
By fees $ 307 00
County. In account with Forest Countv
January 3, lavs.
By fees t 407 35
By prisoners' board turnkey
fees 004 60
By expenses allowed 203 01
$ 1,210 86
, uuuary o, jo-jo.
By fees $ 134 00
Countv iu account with said Countv for Urn
January 3, iB'.'o.
By 154 days at $3.50 per day $ 539 00
By exponses allowed 97 91
$ 630 01
Forest County, in account witli said County
By 129 days at S3.50 per dav $ 45150
By expenses allowed 32 99
$ 484 49
By 129 days at S3.60 per day $ 451 50
By expanses allowed 8133
$ 4S1 83
day of January, A. D. 1898.
R.' CLARK, rsEALll
M. E. ABBOTT, ska I. County Auditors.
M. J. fLiXJMiN, I HEAL 1
for the year ending January 1st, 1898.
Sheriff Osgood, costs..
Court A lid i tor
Western Penitentiary 200 48
Flag for Court House
AUlegheny Work House
Maple Creek bridge
Tombstones for deo'd soldiers...
Foundations for setting cannons
Board lor Jury
Expense Coin'rs convention
Township Election Houses 175 62
Jail Physician 11 00
County Institute 140 00
Inquest 38 38
Constables 177 00
Warren Insane Asvlum 821
Commissioners' pay 1,437 75
uoneciors commission imh, 'Do
'9 ana '07 1.158 80
Treas, Commissions 1,047 39
interest 1,725 00
Tax on loans 104 00
County bonds redeemed 6,000 00
County for the year ending January 1, 1898
Bonds outstanding $35,000 00
Commissioners of Forest County, publish
expenditure 01 said County lor the year
uaniia aim BWiis NIIH 181 uay OI January,
ITEM AN, l.s.1 County Commissioners,
BLUM, l.s.1 J
EVER riADH IN
'.;.. Lifv Ceo. Watklnson Co.,
fc.'.r. .-. y.vf Philadelphia.
SERPENTINE ELASTIC STAY
prevents ci'icK'ftg at the sides near
ths si'V. A simple remedy
.vh!;.i overcomes a long
' ' ' ' '-. der'sct in
MILES i ARMSTRONG,
EVERY GAPE AND JACKET
All Ladies Capes and Jacket
These Prices Prevail Until Every Garment is Sold.
Bargains all Over Our Store to
Make a Clean Sweep for
'PHONE 34. - KEPLER
Heath k Killmer
A. Wayne Cook, G. W. Hobinson, Win. Sinoarbaugh,
N. P. Wheelor, T. V. Kitchey. J. T. Dale, J. II. Kelly.
Collections remitted for on day of pr.yuieut at low rates. We promise our custom
ers all the boneliU consistent with conservative b kinir. Interest p-iid ou time
deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited.
Lawrence & Smearbauqh.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CAPS. GROCERIES, QUEENS
WARE, STATIONERY, CANNED GOODS, CUTLERY,
JEWELRY, TOBACCO, CIGARS.
BOOTS AND SHOES' A SPECIALTY !
OODS OF FIRST CLASS QUALITY IN EVEP.Y DEPARTMENT.
TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
THE IMPORTANT LINE OF
we oiler a Itrniiri thai w ill win your trade,
no mailer where you are loealed or where
you have been buying your 1 1,OTHf XU.
For thla reason we ean Jlve n Itctler
4rale ofCJoods for IiCns Money than you
ean fintl Etacwhere. Our CiiNtomers ap
preciate tliis fact more anil more every
day, hence our Increased business.
GOES AT A GASH DI8-
50 PER GENT.
that wore marked $3.00, now $1.50.
" $1.00, " $2.00.
" $6.75, " $3.38.
" t8.2S, " $4.13.
" 11.50, " $5.75.
$14.75, ' $7.38.
BLOCK, - TIONESTA, PA.
Are too busy pulling them
selves out of the holiday
rush to write a new ad. for
their space, but they will
be on hand shortly. Mean
time they are always
ready to supply customers
with anything in their line
at prices that are shame
Come and see the bar
gains we have to offer in
- - - $50,000.