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WZDXMDAY, FtXRVARY 13
Tlic Christmas trade this year was phrnom- ' cnal, every merchant doing a larger business than he did the year previous, which up to that time was a record breaker, liut Christmas buy ing is only an incident of business. It is your cvery-day trade of the rest of the year that counts. That is what we want to get and shall continue to offer you the very best service and prices possible in our line which is DRUGS, MEDIC1NKS and Sundries, exclusively. Sundries in this case means combs and brushes, toilet accessories, pocket books, fine stationery, perfumery, books, toys, etc., and the famous LOWNEY candies. The &m'zs lzxaxxsici Elm a ltd li ridge Streets. I 5 f3 I A THE FOREST REPUBLICAN. WKDSKSDAY, KKIlltUAItY 13, I'JOl. FIRE INSURANCE . . AMI . REAL ESTATE AGENCY '..OK.- C. M. AIM & SON. TlOXESTA, PA. All Lead I n j Companies Jiepreser.ted. Wild Lands, farms, Houses tO iMtsfor Sale or Jleitt. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. New Advertisements. JaUICN. Ail. I .am tilers. Ail. A. I!. I'rev. Ail. 1". K. K. Header. MeCncnCn. Ail. Hopkins. IM'hIh. ico. I. I in v in. Ad. I'rof. HIiH-k. Header. HeVOeitCo. Header. Heath A Keit. Um-bIh. '., M. it St. P. Hy. Header. Tionesta Cash Stole. Locals. Shoemaker A Ilium. Ij"i-al. I r. Frederick. I'riifosaional card. Oil market closed at tl.i'i. Oil anil gas leases at thin office. You can get It al Hopkins' store. Up to-tlate neckties at Heath A Frit's. Pink package fur palo pixket booka. Now huts and shirts, the latest styles at T. C. S. It A United Stntiut Army recruiting atutlon has been established at Oil Cily. With a $5.00 pnrehase wo (jive 20 lb of granulated sugar fur fl.tro at Tionesta Cash store. H To-morr )w will be Valontine day, when the nostollico receipts will lo some what augmented. Don't go by Hopkins' If you aro look ing for a carpet. He sella the Hartford, They are the best. H Tho Free Methodist brolliorn held a largely attended quartorly nioeting here extending over last Sabbath. The Iienton season begins one week Irom to-day, Asli Wednesday, and ends with Kaalor Sunday, April 7th. Jamo Hunter of Endeavor, a veteran of the civil war, has been gianted an in creaiie of pen Ion to 1 12 per month. The W. U C. will hold a valentine dime social at the home of Mr. Jennie Agnow thin, Wednesday, evening. All are cordially invited. Pullni Is going to have a rummage sale. The kind of rum usually sold thero will age almost any man, says the know ing editor of tho Clarion Jaeksonian. Tho Stab) Kditonal Association will take their annual outing the lust week in June, when thoy will go to Uutralo and take In the Pan-American Exposition. There were a w nolo lot of people cut ting lee this week, but it was largely of an inferior quality though plenty thick enough. Jim Landers had his Ice ma chine agoing and it worked quite well. You may set this down as an unfail ing rulo: Tho man who has many strong friends Is sure to have numerous positive enemies. His sincerity In not trying to plcve everybody is tho chief cause of this. Ex. The weighing of mails will begin about tho middle of February. Every four years the government employes a largo force of men to weigh the mails in order to fix tho rate for carrying the malls with tho railroads. Landlord Weaver is one of the most accommodating men in town and Is al ways willing to Ifnd to a neighbor, but bo sometimes has use for articles he owns and he mould liko to have his step-ladder that was borrowed alxnit six months ago returned to bini. The river closed lu-t week at this point for tho second time this winter. An event nl this kind Is not looked iioii with the nanio degree of Interest now as it was before we had a bridge. In those early days an ieo hridgo meant business for the teainstom. Attorney P. M. Clark has been curry ing his nose in a sling for the pa-4 few days as the lesult ol un accident while driving in a sleigh Kmn distance below Nebraska last Friday. The horse shiod at a lumber pilo by thesido of the road, throwing the cutter against a guard rail up-uiiding the vehicle and spilling both Mr. Clark and tho drifer, tho former sti iking on his face iullictingitiito severe injuries. IN KANSAS. "Oh, woman, sparo my joint! Don't raise a crusade row, This bar has paid me well and I'll pro tect it now." "Stand back," bold Carrie cried, "you shall not bar my way; I'll hold no joint debate, there's booze to shed to-day." Jlratlord Era. Sunday, Fob. 1", is the birth anniver sary of Frances E. Wlllard, a woman who is second to none of tho luth century in her imperial inlluence and in tho her aldry of heaven, queens owe tribute to such a power as Frances Wlllard. Eninklin Spectator. Tho Workman lodge will hold a box festival at their hall on tho e'enlng of Wahington's birthday, February S'Jd. A cordial invitation is extended to all who wish to pass a pleasant evening, the allair being in no wise coullned to the member ship of tho A. O. U. W. Saniuol Parahall and his wife, a well known I'leasantville couple, were buried in one grave last Friday. The husband d'ed of pneumonia on the 4th Inst., and two days later tho wife died from the ef fects of a stroke of paralysis sustained a few weeks previously. Hurry-up orders recoive quick re sponses when sent to Aiuslor. Either 'phone catches him, and when you've ot him you always get the best the market alTords In groceries, canned goods, veg etables, tropical or domestic fruits, oys ters, or anything for the table. It We note by the Warren county pa pers tl at John Siggius of Tidioute is a Republican candidate for associato judge in that county. Mr. 8. Is one of the stal warts of the stalw arts, and his many lie publican friends in Forest county will be pleased to hear of his success at the ap proaching primaries. The largest tree In Indiana county is a pine on the Hoover company's tract at Hooverhurst. It is noarly two hundred feet tall and is fifty-eight inches in diam eter at tho butt. The lice has been left standing as a curiosity. Can't soino of our Forest county lumbermen ovor-top this giant of the forest T An old well, the first one to produce gas in the Murrysyllle gas field, and one of the first in Weslorn Pennsylvania, has taken on a new lease of lilo. It was di illed in about twenty years ago, but was abandoned long ago. Last Saturday it started to do business again, with a pressure of 250 pounds. The Franklin Eicning JVcir people have purchased the name, good will, otc, ol the Citi:en-Prcn.i, whose office was re cently destroyed by fire. The paper will bo hereafter published from tho Veir olllce, and that plant will be greatly en larged ami improved to accommodate the Increased work. Success to the new deal. - -(ieo I. Davis is one of our now adver tisers tliis week, his card, painting and paper hanging, appears iu another col umn. Mr. Davis needs no recommend, his line artistio work being a sufficient giiarantoo that everything in his lino will be done in the highest style of tho art. Now Is tho time to engage blin for your spring work. The Tioncsla telephone sub-station of the Central District A Printing Tolegraph company, which has been operated under tho direction of tho Titusville exchange, has been changod into the Oil City dis trict. Manager George W. Urasser has in stalled new pay slationsat East Hickory and Endeavcr and will open a tolephone exchange In West Hickory. Derrick. The citizens of Kellettvillo are rejoic ing over the fact that they aro to be sup plied with natural gas for fuel and light ing. C. F. Proper is putting" In a lino from his wells at Fork run, and as soon as tht 2j,n00 feet of pipe can be laid there are alxuit ono huudred stoves ready to be connected and the kindling wood indus try In Kollottvillo will be knocked out. Percy Shoemaker and David Ilium, have sot up for tho spring campaign of painting, papering, caleimining, etc., and have over 700 fino samples of paper for which they will take orders, and if cus tomers desiro will hang it for them in artistio style. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Consult them cither in person or by postal card and your wants will be quickly supplied. tf An exchango says : Tho young work man who saves his money, dresses re spectably, cultivates gentlemanly man ners, avoids drunkenness! and is indus trious, is sure to get along In this coun try. Tho lellow who j atronizes tho bars oo frequently, becomes slovenly iu his personal appearance, coarse in habits.and refuses to improvo his condition mentally and otherwiso, gets into a rut from which tliero is no escape. From the lattor class are recruited the demagogues who are the curse of lalior. From tho class first re ferred to come men who grow up with tho country and become its solid, sus taining citizens. 8. W. McCuon is Iu rocoipt o' abetter from "Farmer" Dean, who is now at Port Arthur, Texas, eating strawberries and tomatoes, and incidentally looking up the oil business in the Lone Star Stale. He sa a the country down there is so big, aud the conditions so different from anything we havo ever known iu the oil legions, that one hardly knows how to gisHp It. Jllizzard. I. N. Qorow has his new restaurant in running order and is prepared to sup ply the wants of tho hungry at all hours of day and night, though he has not pot bad time to arrange and furnlaU all his sleeping rooms, of which he will have quite a number or very comfortable and cozy oiios. Mr. G. invites the public generally to call and see what ho can do In the way of -satisfying the inner man on short notice. Last Thursday morning, 7th iust., was tho coldest of this winter, thermom eters registering all the way from 8 to 12 degrees below zero according to location. Monday morning of this week was also a stinger, the mercury gotting several points below tbeO. In fact, for the past ten days we' ve bad as snug winter weath er as one could wish, and every branch of business lias taken on the greatest ac tivity, particularly so in the lumber re gions. Alex Thompson was rendered home less last Sunday by the burning of his domicile located a tew rods up tho small stream below the depot on 'tother side of the river. Alexstipped out for a lew minutes, and when he returned to tl.e building the whole insido was ablaze. He grabbed the first thing that came in sight which was bis shotgun and va moosed the r.inch, w hich, together with all his earthly belongings, was entirely consumed. We woien't able to get an estimate of the loss which Alex sustains, but learn there was no insurance, and a the dogs wore all saved Alex will toon be comfortably quartered again and as happy as a clam at hlghtide. The new game bill now before the legislature does not change the open sea son in any particular, but cuts dowu the number of pheasants, wild turkeys and deer Hint may be taken in any one day or season by a single hunter. No person shall kill in a single day more than live pheasants, nor kill more than two tur keys or one dear iu ono season, HnbMts may be killed from the 15th of October to the l.'ith of Decembor, aud you may kill them at any other titne when known to be destroying fruit trees or vegetables on your pre nlacs. Tim law continues to prohibit elling of pheasants, woodcock or quail, or shipment of same out ol the State. The reduction in the number of pheas nils that may be taken iu any one day to five is a great Improvement on tho old law, aud will have a tendency to stop the work of the game hog. C Ii i Id lliirneil to Death. Tho two-year-old son of D. S. Haslet, living at Howmanville, this county, was burned to death on Monday of this week. The father, who is employed on the mill, had gone to his work and the mother had gone to wait upon a neighbor lady who was sick, leaving the children in charge of an eleven-year-old daughter. Theold- er girl went out to procure a pail of coal, when she heard screams in tho house and ran in to find the littlo boy's clothing on fire. She rushed out with tho child and rolled him in tho snow, while neighbors hearing tho cries of the children ran to their assistance, and the burning clothes were extinguished, but not until the child's hotly was to badly burned that he died in the afternoon of tho same day, about seven hours alter the accident. The other children who wcro in the house at the time, aged respectively Sand 5 years, say tho unfortunate little fel low was playing with the tiro when his clothing caught aud almost Instantly he was enveloped in flames. The child's sufferings were very great. The family have lived at liowinanville about three years. TO ( l lli: A COI, II IN ON'K DAY Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it falls to euro. K. vV. Grove's siguaturo is on each box. Deal hot Mrs. J. ii. llroinley. Nannie L. llroinley, wife of J. G. I'.romley and daughter of II. M. Zaliuizer was bom at Five Points, Mercor County, Pa , Sept, 8, IMil, and departed this life Feb. 7, 1!K)1. Mrs. llroinley was an in teresting and intelligent woman, sho at tended school at Grove City, Pa., after which she was a successful school teacher in Forest and Meicer counties. She came with her parents to Forest county iu 1881 and was united in marriago to JaincsG. llroinley, of Mercer county, Pa., who purchased the Siggius farm at .Stew arts run, where they resided at the time of her ilea Ii. The deceased experienced a radical conversion during a series of re vival meetings hold by Kov. Charles Copcland at tho White church near her home, alter which she united w ith the Frco Methodist church, in which she ro maiueil a faithful and zealous christian worker until her death, Sho was a wo man of strong personal convictions and contended for a high type of christian characterand consistent living. She ever remembered the scripture injunction, "Use hospitality one toward another, lie not forgetful to entertain staaugors." She was forgetful of self and greeted all with a choorful smile. Mrs, llroinley was the mother of live children, Margaret Klizalioth, Harry Martin, Laura May, Eva Muliuda and Josephine Sabina, She was also the oldest of ten children all ol whom survive lur. The funeral sorvieos wero conducted from the Freo Methodist church at Stewarts Hun, in the erection of which she ha I taken an active part, by Rev. M. II. Miller, District Elder of the Oil City district, F. M. Church, assisted by Revs. C. If. Millor and A. T. Sager. The remains of the deceased wcro inter red in tho Klvorsiilo cemetery at Tionos ta. She will bo missed by the commu nity, tho church, her father, her brothers and sisters but none perhaps will feel the loss so keenly as her husband and chil dren. All her brothers and sisters were present at the funeral except Rev. E. S. Zahnisorw bo was detained by sicknoss. Hnii Hit- CoiihIi anil Works oil' (lie Culil. Laxative Itronio-tjuiniiie Tablets cure a cold in ono day. No cure, no pay. Price 2i cen is. Kycs Kxiiiiiined live. l'rol. '. Work, the optician, will be again at Tionesta, at tho Central Hotel, on Fob. II and 15. Ail goods guaranteed to be satisfactory. It YOU AND roitt FRIENDS. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Arner wero vhv Itors to Oil City on Saturday. Our friend, J. II. Erb of West Hick' ory, was a friendly caller Monday. H. W. Hornor wont to Warren Mon day on a few days' visit to his brother, C. M. Whiteman was iu Ilrockway villa on business the first of the week. County Commissioner J. T. Dale was a business visitor to Oil City last Friday, MissMadgo Brennan of Pittsburg is a guest ol her sister, Mrs. George I.Davis. Mrs. C. Amann and son Paul visited friends in Werren the first of the week. Miss Dessie Rhodes was up from Oil City to visit her parents ovorthe Sabbath, Prothonotary Robertson returned last Saturday from a business visit to New York, Mrs. Rurhenn of Starr Is visiting her daughters, Mrs. J. R. Osgood and Mrs. Charles Killmer. Hart Law rence came home Monday from a two weeks' visit with Will Craig at Vandalia, N. Y. h., A. Yetter of Marienvillo was a business visitor hero Monday and Tues- luy of this week. Landlord Powers of the Keystone Hotel, Marienvillo, was here on business Monday evening. Archie Holoinan lelt last Friday lor Titusville where he has accepted posi tion In a restaurant. Miss May Clark came up from. Oil 'Ity Saturday afternoon and Fpent Sun day with her parents. T. J. Van Geisen, who is doing some drilling at President, was up a few hours last Thursday evening. George Rlrtcll was over from Eden- burg over Sunday to visit bis mother and other Tionesta friends. Mr. aud Mrs. P. K. George of Frank lin visited their daughter, Mrs. J. B, Muse a art of last week. -Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wilson of Frank lin, were guests of G. W. Robinson and family a part of last week. J' seph Wuerzge of Whig Hill paid the KicpunMCAN a pleasant visit Thurs day, while Iu town on business. Miss Kathleen Joyce, teacher of room No. 2 of tho borough schools, visited friends in Oil City over Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Gilbert of Tryonvillo, who was a gUf-st of Mrs. W. H. Saul of the West Side last weok. returned home Monday, Martain G. Jones and Maria V. Bren neinnn of Clarington, have been granted a inariage license by the Clerk of Jeffer son county. Me.-srs. Harry Davis and Robert Ful ton and Misses Mildred Horner and Mary Joyce spent Sunday with Miss May Watson at Golinza. I. C. Knight and daughter, of Cooks burg, wore at the county seat yesterday and paid the Rki'UIiucan office a pleas ant visit whilo horo. Mr. snd Mrs. G. G. Gaston visited friends iu Oil City over 8unday and at tended the play of "The Christian" at the opera bouse Saturday evening. Mrs. Huey and daughter Jesse ol Tidioute, and Miss Carrie Patterson and Miss M;e Simon of Franklin, were guests of Mrs. Eli Holeman the past week. Hiram Irwin was up from Franklin last week on a farewell visit to his undo, S. 1). Irwin. Esq. Hiram leaves this week to enroll as a student in the naval academy at Annapolis. S. A. Lyle, who Is engineer on the big saw mill at Mayburg, Forest county, returned to work there on Wednesday, after spending a week with his parents here. Brookville Democrat. The lamily of Jesse Overlander, lour members of which aredown with typhoid fever, are reported as all improving ex cept Mrs. Ovorlandor, who is reported in a very critical condition this morning. Richard Irwin of Franklin, nephew ot District Attorney 8. D Irwin of this pUce, and who is well known here, has gono to Los Angeles, Cal., where he has secured a situation on a large fruit ranch. G. W. Robinson departed for Pitts burg last Friday, where he will join his former mercantile partner, Charles Bon ner of Chicago, and togeher they will enjoy a month or eix weeks' recreation in southern climates. Their first stop will be at Old Point Comfort, Va., and from thero Georgia, Florida and other Slates In the South will be visited. Invitations are out for the marriage on the 21st inst., of Mr. Geo. Moador of Titusville, and Miss Julia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Weingard of Gorman Hill. Tho ceremony takes place at the homo of the bride. On the same day an other event, as rare as it will be interest ing, will take place, being the celebration of the fiftieth (goldon wedding) anniver sary bf the grand-parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich Diekrager. Robert B. Rrown, publisher of the Mea Ivillo Democrat, died suddenly of heart failure In that city last Friday eve uing while sitting in a chair at his home. Mr. Brown had been quite prominent in newspaper and political circles for the past forty years. He was publisher for a number of years of the Clarion Democrat, and in lSe'J-70 represented Clarion and Forest in the legislature, when the two counties comprised a legislative district. Hj was also editor ol the Erie Observer forseveral years. Ho was aged 69 years. Those from a a distance who were hero to attend the funeral ot Mrs. J. G. llroinley were as follows : Rev. A. D. Zahuiser, of Pittsburg Rev. J. J. Zalin iser and wile, of Bradford; Rev. R. A. Zahuiser, of lilairsvillo ; Kov. Archio II. M. Zahuiser, of Fair Chance, Union county; J. M. Vanderlin and wifo, of Glade Mills, Rutlcr county ; Miss Josie Zahuiser, of West Penn Hospital, Pitts burg; W. G. llroinley, of Fredonia, Mer cer county, and Mrs. Birdie Gluader, of Oil City. A Sleigh-load of little girls, under the care of F. E. Sutley, drove down from Hickory last Thursday evening and stopped at the Central House to warm up for the return trip, and wnilo tlicreenter tained the guests of tho houso by singing a number of sonus. Following aro the names ol the jolly party: Fannie and Marv Sutley, Minnie Hender,Alice Hood, Alice Hall, Kathriiio Moiiighau, Helen and Julia Sutley, Myrna Swires, Alice Agnew, Pearl Robinson, Angela Moser all, Rubv Dewalt, Lizzie Higgins, Flor ence llri'ghtiiiaii, Frank Sutley, Walter Dewalt. Cream of the News. Eve originated the serpentine dance when she waltzed out of the garden of Edou. Ex. 17 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00 at T. C. 8. it The average woman is as proud of the trouble she bar had with the hired girl as she is of her new bonnet Ex. Ladies' shirt wist patterns iu plain and figured French flannels. No two alike. Hopkins' store. It Pink packages for pale pocket books. The winter girl Just now prefers the young uiau with a sleigh to the one wilb a fondness for ioe cream. One-fourth off on winter goods at T. C. 8. n -It's easy to slip up on an oily smile. Bargains while you need them at T. C. 8. n A true gentleman does not have to state that he was born a gentleman. Not old goods, but new goodx cheap at T. C. 8. it The shorter the pleasure the more pleasant it is apt to be. -Pink packages for pale pocket books. Qulrlns' tannery, one of the largest In Western N. Y., and located in East Olean, was destroyed by tire Sunday morning, entailing a loss of $120,000. Hopkins has one 84, one 36, and one 40 ladies' acket left. They must go. You got thorn at your own pi ice. It Marrying a man to reform him is like drinking whiskey to destroy it. Buy yeur winter goods now at i off at T. C. 8. It Some people have been on the stage all their lives and still long to be actors. A nice assortment of rugs at Heath t Feit's. it Nino times onl of ten when the unex- pn ted happens we br:ng it on ourselves. Only the best at cash prices at Tiones ta Cash Store. It Buy ladies' jackets nuw and save money at T. C. S. It Never attempt to bully judi;e or jury uuless you have previously bribed them. See those carpet samples at Heath A Feit's. It Spring clothing Is showing up at Hopains' store. If tLey can't fit you they make you a suit. No extra charge. If it don't fit you don't tane it Take look at the samples. It The Inventor of a saltcellar that will always have salt in it will Biipply a long- felt want. Price and quality make the sales at T. C. 8. It Tbe best dish for supper "Chicken Tamale"-at T. C. 8. it Tho man who drops dead after shov eling the snow from the walks gives the habit an awful setback. Fancy hose and shirts are new ar rivals at T. C. 8. It This signature is on every bex of the genuine Laxative Dromo-Uuinine Tablets Um remedy that cures m cold In one day SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Fa cias, issued out of the Com t of Com mon Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylva nia, and tome directed, there will l.nex posed to sale bv public vendue or outcry, at the Court House, in the Borough of Tionesta, Forest Conntv, Pa., on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, A. D. 1901. at 1 o'clock p. m., the following described proportv, to-wit : JAMES B. PEARSALL vs. JOHN COON and W. M. COON, executors of W. K. COON, deceased, Fi. Fa., No. 4, Febru ary Term, l'Jnl, (Waivers). Samuel D. Irwin, Attorney. All tbe right, title, interest and claim of the defendant of, in and to all that cer tain improved tract or lot of land situate in Harnett township, Forest county, Pennsylvania, formerly known as the Rradeu lot, and partot that lot known as the Steele lot, bounded and described as follows, viz: Beginning at a post on east line of the Bingham lands, thence by line of Forbes and Unison lot eastwardly 1:10 2-10 perches to a post, thence south westerly 42 rods to post, thence eastward ly :2 rods to a post, thence southwesterly 107 rods to post, thence southwesterly fit) rods to line of Kellogg, thence along Kellogg line westward I y 30 rods to a small pine, thence southwesterly along Kellogg line 60 rods to a post, thence westwardly 44 2-10 rods to a beech tree, thence northwardly .'W rods to a post, thence westwardly 44 2-1U rods to a big stouo, thence northwardly 2U rods to post, thence westwardly 80 rods to a post on line of Kuhns lot, thence northwestward ly along said line 122 rods to a post, thence westwardly 2!) rods to a beech tree.thence northwardly 42 rods to the place of be ginning, as surveyed by J J. Livingston, Surveyor, May 7. 1877. Being same land convoyed. by Ritchey,Finkbine A Co., to Wm. R. Coon, by deed dated Aug. 21, 1877, and recorded in Forest countv on Deo. 2(1, 1877. in Deed Book 10, page 283, Ac, and computed to contain l'.'H acres and 28 perches of land. Excepting therefrom and thereout nev ertheless, sixty-nine acres of land con veyed by W. K. Coon to C. F. Coon, by deed dated February 5, 1W4, and record ed iu Deed Book No. 2.1, page 522, in For est county. Also excepting therefrom seven acres of land conveyed bv W,ll. Coon to Louisa llottel, by deed dated April 22l, 18!. Recorded in Forest county, Ph., in Deed Hook No. 20, page 145, Ac, as by refer ence to said records will fully and at large appear; deducting which lands sold leaves iu this tract 122 acres anil 28 perches of which seid W. R. Coon died seized, and which is hereby advertised for sale, and on wbi.-h thero is erected a one and one-half story house about 21x28 feet, weather-boarded and painted, and one board house 18x24 feet one and one hall stories high and other outbuildings; also, one barn 40x42 feet with shed at tached ; also, a large orchard thereon, and a good spring of water. Taken in execution and to be sold as the pioperty of John Coon and W. M. CiMin, KxecuUirs of W. R. Coon deceased, at the suit of James B. Pearsall. TERMS OF SALE. Tho following must lie strictly complied with when the property is stricken down; 1. When tho plaintiff nrothor loin cred itors become the purchaser, the costs on the writs must be paid, and H list of liens including mortgage sean-hi-Mon the prop erty sold, together with Milch lien credit or's receipt for the amount of the pro ceeds of the sale or such portion thereof as he inav claim, must bo furnished the Sheriir; 2. All bids must be paid ill full. :i. All sales not settled immediately will be continued until 2 o'clock . in., of the next day, at which time all property not settled i'oi will again be put up ami sold at the expense and risk of the (M-rsoii to whom first sold. 'See l'urdon's Digest, Nin'li Edition, page 410 And Smith's Forms, page 3K4. Kheritrs Ol'ice, Tionesta, I'll., Jan. 28 l'JOI J. W. J AM 1 E.NON, Sherill. L. J. HOPKINS Following our custom of past years after Jan. 1st wg make a Grand Cleaninq Up Sale! of all Odds and Ends. Our Profits are in the Remnants. They must all go, no' matter about the price. We have about One Dozen Capes In Cloth or Plush. They go With the ltel. I'rire Don't fount. We Are olng to (Sell Them. We have eight or ten Ladies' Jackets. Me ew faool, IateNt Ntyle, They AH lio. All you have to do to get a ('ape or Jaeket if to "Want It." oiiie to Hopklii' Store and you will take it home with you. THEY MUST BE SOLID ! - - L. J. Hopkins. - - 203 Centre and 204 Sycamore Streets. I JAMES. I Stock Taking Price Reductions. Balancenf the month will be ilevoteil thrown out on the counters quite a lot of merchandise that e positively will not take into stock rather have the money. .So there's a card on eai-b lot of noods to be sold with a "Stock Taking priue" that really, in many instances, is less than cost. SILK WAISTS. Made tbe assertion in tbse columns stock before Stock Taking this claim bids fair to be realized never experienced such waist sellinu Some women buy as many as three or four. Marked every waist as we advertised we would -AT COST anil in many instances, LKS.S THAN COST. This is how we are selling them, $m.7-5 very elaborate, black Talleta Waist 0.75 tucked all over, Talleta, (black aud colors) ... 5.75 black and colored Talleta Waist ..... ft 50 black only, Copied Tucks hack and front, uold button trimmed -5.00 black and corded Talleta Waist, in four different styles DRESSING SACKS. Went over this stock of Dressing sacks and Kiuiouas and put a "Stock Taking Price" reduction ou them soinethiuu" like HSe Flannelette Dressing Sack ....... fifto $1.00 dressing sack, silk braid trimmed ...... title l..V Kiiunua, of plain and polka dot ngureii r.mpress r lannei - - cio 1.511 Kimona, plain white favorite flannel, edi;ed with white band ol same ma terial (slightly soiled) ........ 85o 2.25 Geisha, dressing sack, of Persian design, tleeced cloth, tucked Jap flowing slevia ...... ... 1.39 3.50 Kiderdown dressing sacks, one pink, one light blue, trimmed with ap plique satin bands of same oolor, on collar and on lis applique band, edged with black braid very smart garment ..... J2.25 MANY OTHER REOUCTION.S ING AS THESE IN WILLIAM Killmer Drutrs, M Patent Medicines, y Druggists' Sundries, Toilet Articles, rj Groceries, fcj Chiiiawure, Wndow Glass Paints. IStc. Overcoats. tyTTTfTfttTyTTlTtfttfftTT'' Black Kerseys, Black ami Oxford Friezes, worth 6 and S7 j g Ox ford Cheviots, Black Cheviots. Worth $7 and tS $6 00 Blue and Black Kersey, Black Friezes. Worth !) $7 50 Gray Diagonals, Oxford Vicunas, Oxford Fancy Backs. Blue IQ KfV Kerseys, Cartridge Grays. Worth $10 and 112 PJ.UV Black Chiuchillas, Cambridge Vicunas, Black and Oxford CjQ Rf Friezes Wonh 13 50 pt.UVC Fine Blue Kerseys, Fine Black Kerseys Worth 115 aud lib' LAMMERS', 41 & 43 SENECA ST.. Arlington Hotel IRON CORNER Telephone 257, Oil City, Penn'a to stiwk lakiiiK bare we bave alrcatly last week that we'd sell every Waist In this and includes entire stock : $6.25 400 8 W5 8.50 8.50 this: JUST AS FORCIBLE AND SWEEP Ol'HER DKI'ARTMENT. B. JAMES, Carries a full line ot A string of Bonafide Bar gains in Desirable Garments. OIL CITY, PA d i recti j oppueltt us.