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J . I. WENK, CoiToa 4 Pmopriktor. WKUNK.SHAY, MAY S, 1H)1. 1901 MAY 1001 Su. Mo. Tu. , We. i Th. Fr. Sa. !JL!A A A 56j78 9 10 11 12 13 1 H 5 j16 17 18 292021 2!3 24 25 26 j 27 8 29jS031 RtriBI.ICAX TICKET. COUNTY. 0unw Treasurer. CALVIN M. AKNKR, TionesU. the renuucas rnmiRiES. The Rppublimn primary oleotion last Saturday passed oil without excitement or special incident, ami tlio vote polled, eonsiilerinir the few eaniliiUtes in the field, was exceptionally Urge. The re turn judges met at the court house ye tenlay afternoon and canvassed the vote which sh.iwed that for County Treasurer Calvin M. Arner of Tionesta had 5!' voUv, and W. C. Ittown of Marienville 5.M, Riving the former a majority of 41, and lie was duly declared the nominee. Tina w as the ouly ofllce on w hich there wa any contest. Elmer I,. Sutton of Marienville received 11$ votes for State Delegate, and was the unanimous choice of the party. Vr. Will u. Morrow of West Hickory was the unanimous choice of the conven tion for Chairman of the Republican County Committee, and his co-laborers on the committee, as indicated by the re turns, are as fo lows : Clarington, R. C, Gordon. Re.lcl.vire, W. W. Neal. Net.ra.ska, S. T. Wliitmnn. (tuitonvillc, Geo. W. Stronp. West Hickory, Geo. I,. King. Fogle Kami, D. E. Carson. E-.st Hickory, M. E. Abbott. Brookston, J. C. Gei?t. Cooper Tract, J. J. Flaight. I.yncli, James Campbell. Pigeon, Wm. Hart. Cloughs, C. K. Snyder, Marienville, W. li. II. Green. Duhring, E. R. Frederick. Mayburg, Win. Peshncr. Kellettville, R. X. Hurdick. Newtown Mills, G. W. Osgood. Starr, B.J. Wcller. A stirring setol Resolutions was adopt ed by the convention, which we will publish next week. The convention was harmonious and pleasant, and the delib erations were of that sort that augurs well for future victory. Following is the vote in detail on the question of County Treasuer : 3 - 3 . 7 3 .zr.zr"6 4s 17 00 IS 40 as :t 3 7 4i 1 i.7 3 tA t Ltl L7 10 4 11 00 4 41 l't l.i 7 -:4i 8 8 14 3 S4 8 IS 3 11 12 7o IS 120 29 Clarington Cooksburg Heilelytlo Nebraska tiiiitcnville West Hickory.... Foglo Kami ...... Hickory Hrooks'tnn Cooper Tract Lynch J'igenn Cloughs , Marienville I iilu ins Mayburg Keilettvillo Newtown Starr Tionesta Twi Borough b'fl 551 TnR South takes kindly to an expan sion Trvsiileiit. Will the !outh Carolina Bourbon party now proceed to disfranchise the Mcl.aurin men? The Republican Stato Couvontion will bo held Wednesday, Aug. 21st next in the opera house at Harrisburg. A moke important fact than the specu lative fever is that ciops in the L'nitid States are in an excellent condition. In their swing around th continent the President and cabinet will be in touch all along tiie front with a patriotic and pros peious people. The President's speeches in the swing across the continent bavoa freshness and point that even his unlriendly critics aro disposed to acknowledge. Bkkork the end of the present year forty-two beet-sugar factories will be in operation in the L nited States. The in dustry is now established and its rapid grow th is more than probable. Tiikre may be Mich a thing as too much prosperity. A large woolen-mill in Maiiaytink, Ta., has been closed two weeks becauso ears enough could not be obta lied to carry away the products. Allot Tall that remains of hostilities in the Philippines is due to the bandits and thev have lieen a olainin of nil classes in the island for centuries. But brigandage has never nourished in the neighborhood of Americaus. David B. Him. remarks that he is not in ti auiing ami that "no one (an now tell what can or what ought to bo done in lis')." Iiavid is too old a politician to be caught out of breath when he reaches the starting post. In March the British loss in South Af rica was i'A men killed ami wounded, 3!) captured, 4i" died from disea-o aud SOiJ'J sent home us invalids. The cost of tho guerrilla warfare is still at the rate of nearly .'iO Omi men a year. A."rm:iT lailway in a suburb of San Frai '.:-" is operated by electricity gen era nl in a swift river 14' miles distant and w iiii a kh of only 4 per cent in power. At this rate overy mountain casoxdo mn bo harnessed to turn the whculs of industry scores of uiiios away. ' In Pharaohs' Land. I.l xob, Egypt, April 3, lstl. Dear HUtov: Two "weeks' wanderings amid the wrecks and ruin of time" leaves a very marked impression upon one's mind. At tirst one is tilled with astonishment at the colo sal ruins, the magnitude of the work, the labor, cost and time consummed. Then one be comes interested in the in eriptiona which tell the story of the Rlory of de parted kings, their victories over other nations through devotion to their heathen gods. And lastly one is Impressed with the folly of kings in seeking to perpetu ale their names aud fame in monuments of stone while tho nation over which they ruled has for centuries been a thing of the past and those who now livo in the land a mixed race of very low type, while strangers rulo other laud. Theso temples, pyramids and tombs are nionii moms of consummate pride and folly. Our viit to Cairo was broken into by a trip up the Nile which it was deemed wise to take before the heat became too great, as the season is much earlier than last year. Many of the hotels have already closed, others remained open on count of their contract to entertain our party. Our first stop up the Nile was at Luxor, 4S0 miles from Cairo which was done by rail at night. This is the center of Egypt's most famous ruins, and the place we began our real experience of eastern travel. In the evening at dinner, our guide, Ibrahim, announced that we would rise at 3 a.m., breakfast at 3:.W, and at 4 would mount our donkevs for a visit to the tombs of the kings. Wo were prompt ly on time and just as the moon wits sink ing behind the mountains in the west we passed out through the rear door of the hotel, through the delightfully pleasant little park that surrounds It, down to the banks of the Nile into a couple of boats to cross to the west side, where our donkeys weie waiting. Ys, they cre waiting for us as we could tell by the barking of dogs, the braying of the donkeys whose voices are like a caliope under full head of steam, and tho yelling and Arabic jabbering of the donkey boys. W e had taken a policeman with us aneces sary precaution, and several lanterns to throw light on the subject. When we came to the shore we caught a glimpse o a reeling, writhing mass of men, boys, donkeys and ears, pressing toward the boats to the waters edge and further. The water was so shallow we could not get near the shore with the boats and had to be carried. The policeman was lirst to land and with his cane he beat right and left scattering everything and open ing up a wav for the rest of us to reach torra tirma. Then the boatmen began to carry us one by one to shore. Scarcely did our feet touch the ground till two or three boys would grab us and dump us on his donkey. It was our first encounter with the donkey boy anil we did not know how to take him, and were largely at his mercy. Tho bovs got so anxious for a passenger that th -y began rushing into the boat, picK up tho nearest one and start ashore at full speed. One fellow tried to steal a passenger from another and when be failed he pick'd up both passenger aud carrior and rushed toward his donkey. In the rush some of the women thought they would be pulled to pieces. The men had their hands so full of their own affairs that they could not render any assistance to the ladies. It was a case of every fellow for himself and the donkey boy for all. In tho weird light of the lantern the pande monium that reigned was indescribable. Indeed my attention was so fully oeeu pid with personal matters I had no time for reflection and meditation. I only caught passing glimpses of the s.ccne as I was whirled right and left, jerked and pulled and tugced at till I didn't know whether I was in Egypt or a cane rush at college. Before leaving the boat I but toned up my coat, pulled down my bat and made up my miii.i to die hard, if die I must, at the hands of the gang. So when I got to shore I pushed one fellow away only to stumble over a doiiKey that had been thrust in my way. I made a break for Old Ibrahim who was bellowing away in Arabic. It sounded like swear ing but it might have been raying for all I know. When I got to him a donkey was shoved up which ho told me to tako. I don't know how I did get on. The thing was so awfully small that but little aid was necessary but I got lots of it. One tellow grabbed me from the off side and another boosted me from behind and before I knew it I was astride of a misera ble creature that seemed to be mostly ears. Then with a yell oftiiumph, I I suppose, and a rap over tho donkey's rump with a stout stick away we went out into tho darkness and gloom, whither I knew not. I soon found myself in the company of others who also had come out through many tribulations, and were on their way to the tombs of the kings. When tho day began to break the real novelty of tho sceuo became apparent. Every donkey was followed by a donkey boy, bare footed, bare logs, wl.ito robo flowing in the wind as ho urged his beast forward on a run that was not just agree able lo the rider. Nearly every donkey and boy had an American namo. One fellow told ino his name was Chailie- and he had three doukeys Lake Mich gan, Chicago and Yankee Doodle. Another called his "Scotch Whiskey." The effect of furmer tourists was evident. My donkey's name was Rainases and I was sorry he bad not also died, for as I Was hustling along trying to catch up with the party, on my way back Old Ramases took a header and came up flat on his side. I lit all right and was soou pounding along over the sand and stones. The ruins of temples we visited are too many and grand to descrilie in a letter of this sort. In a general way I had a fair conception of them through reading and pictures, Karnak, Luxor, Kohns, etc., are familiar to all. But of tho tombs I had no conception at all. We used to read of hermits dwelling in them, now whole villages make their dwelling places 'here. Long underground excavations in tho solid rock with corridors and rooms, covered with inscriptions, which amoHiit to iniles of tunnels. The relics from these are mostly found now in tho museums of Ghizel, Cairo, or the Brittish museum; tho former we have visited, and the latter we expect to on our return trip. J. V. Me An inch. Paint Vour linggy For "Jr. W'ith Devoe's GIosi Carriage Paint, ready for use; 10 colors. Gives a high gloss equal to new. Sold by James D. Davis. 3 o-4ui. Letter to J. tT. XrCrr. TlOtieStO, It. Dear Sir: Paint is one of the things that Railroad Companies know all about, IV) you know what "all about" means? It moans, in paint, wheio to get. We sell II e paint for two-thirds of the cars and stations aud bridges and every thing else, that railroad men want tokeep good looking and sound, all over the country. A man who wants a gallon or two of paint knows nothing about it; buys what ever is handy, or gets sonic painter to "make" it, A Railroad Company a.-ks it's chemist "which is the best?" The cheapest thing, to preserve or beautify anything w bh, 's paint. So the whole world is painted ; except, of course, tho part of it owned by the poor slow- folks. And the paint they use is people's Intelligence-motor : or ignorance-metei ; tolls how much or how little they know. Ia'siI and oil has had its day. Devoe load and zinc is the paint, bemuse it wears twice as long. Yours truly, 32 F. W. Dkvob Co, P. S. James D. Davis sella our paint iu your section. Teachers' Examination Tor 1!01. Brookston, Tuesday, May 21st, Marienville, Thursday, May 2 id. Clarington, Friday, May 24th. Tionesta, Monday, May 27th. Nielllown, Tuesday, May 28th. Hickory, Wednesday, May 2!'lh. Kellettville, Friday, May 31st. Nebraska, Satuiday, June 1st. Nebraska special, Saturday, Aug. 3d. An examiuotion will be held in Clar ion during the spring term, lor the bene fit of teachers of Forest county who are attending tho Normal school there. All who do not hold valid o rtilicates, and who desire to teach In Foiesl county during the school year beginning June 1st. P.mi, must enter the class at one of these examinations. Ab one iri'H be ex amined ttriee. Certificates riW not be granted to applicants infer 17 yon of inje. Examinations will begin at 9:00 a. in. All irork miu-t be done v ith pen ami ink, oh legal nip or fools cap paper. Applicants from other counties will be permitted to enter the class only at the request of the Superintendent of their own county, or by request signed by members of school boards of Forest coun ty. This does not apply to persons who have previously taught in this county, or those living near the county linps. On entering the clas each applicant must hand the examiner a stamped en velope addressed to himself, (or heiaelf,) an.l a specimen of penmanship. Aa a specimen of penmanship, applicants may write some quotatiou from Longfellow, Teachers will plcaso bring with them February number of the Educator-Jour nal. Strangers to the superintendent must bring recommendations of goed moral character, from some responsible person. Certificates trill not be granted to per- sous o questionable fiabits. Directors and all others Interested in eduoa'iouaro very cordially invited to bo present. E. E. Stitzikokr, Superintendent. W.IS111XI0N. Last l.oiv-Iiale Excursion via Pennsyl vania Road. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will run on May 13th the last special ex cursion for the season from RuOalo, Bradford, Titusville, Falls Creek, Kin- zua, Tidioute, and principal intermediate stations on the Buffalo and Allegheny alley Dli ision, and from points on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad, Erie to Link Haven, inclusive, to Washington, for the benefit of all who may wish to visit the National Capital. Round-ttip tickets, good going on all regular trains on day of Issue, and good returning on any regular train within ten days, ex clusive of going date, will be sold at rate of J10.n0 for the roun 1 trip from ponts on the Buffalo aud Allegheny Valley Division, and from Erie, St. Mary's, and intermediate points; and at a rate of $s.5 from Driftwood; fs. 15 from Reuovo; rT.M from Lock Haven; and proportion ate rales from other points. These licketo will be good to return via Harrisburg or Philadelphia, and to atop oil' at Baltimore and Philadelphia return ing if deposited with station ticket auents. For additional information consult small handbills, apply to ticket agents, or address II. P. Eraser, Passenger Agent Buffalo District, 3u7 Main Street, Ellicott Square, Buffalo, N. Y.. or F. 8. Harrar, Division Ticket Agent, Williamsport, Penn'a. 2t. boot Advice. The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Comnlaint. More than seventy- live per cent, of the people in the United States are afflicted with these two dis eases and their effects ; Sour Stomach, Siik Headache, Habitual Costivcness, Palpitation of the Heart, Hart-burn, Waterhrash, Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Pit of the (stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue and Disagreeable taste in the Mouth, ( oming up of rood alter Eating, Low Spirits, etc. Go to your Druggist and get a bottle of August r lower for 7.1 cents. Two doses will re lievo you. Try It. Get Green's Prize Almanac. Pennsylvania Itailrnml Summer Excur sions Tickets to Buffalo, Mngara Falls and oilier Summer Resorts. On April 30, lisil, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will place on sale Summer excursion tickets to Buffalo ou account of Pan-American Exposition,and to N iagara Falls. On May 1, liml, the regular Summer excursion tickets to all tho principal Summer resorU east of Pittsburg and Buffalo will be placed on kale at ticket offices of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. These tickets will bear the usual Sum mer excursion limit of October 111, 1001, except Uiat tho Niagara Falls tickets will be good to return until Novomlier :mt I 11H.I. The Pennsylvania Railroad Summer Excursion Route Rook for 1001 will lie balled, as heretofore, on June 1. It. Foot Wear. This upring wo hare tbs most complete, up-to-date, Hue of ihoc uJ Oxfords that have erer carried. ratrut Leather Shoe and Oxford Tor Men. Patent Leather .Shoo Tor Women, l'alent Leather Slipper Tor JlKsea and Children. Kid Oxford, Southern Ties and Slipper.. Iu aJ.litiou a strictly up-to date line of regular stylo about. The Oxford and low cut shoe will be more popular this season than ever and tao goods will be largely superseded by I'atent Leather. ROBINSON. Painting and Paper-hanging. I have secured the acencv for the celebrated KAYSER & ALL KUf wall paper ami cau show you samples aud quote prices that beat them all. I make a specialty of artistic, house painting and inside fin ishing. If you've anything in my line let me know and I will call on you. GEO. I. DAVIS, times, pi. lennsylvania uaiivhoai). BIKKAI.O AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking effect, November &, 1900. No. .to Buffalo Expross, daily except Sunday- ll:3oa. ni. No. Oil City "and Piltsburir Ex ress.daily, except Sunday ..7:30 p.m. For II ick ory, Tidioute, Warren, K inaiia, Bradford, Olean and the East : No. SI Olean Express, daily except Sunday 8:50 a. m. No. 3:t Pittsbiiin Express, daily except Sunday 4:15 p.m. For Time Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent, J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD, tieneral Manager, ilen'l Passenger At. Administratrix's Notice. Letters of Administration on the estate of Samuel J. Hunter, late of Endeavor, deceased, bavins been granted to the un dersigned, all persons indented lo saul estate are requested lo make payment, and those having claims against the same will present them duly aulheuticateil without delay to Mom.i'k J. Huntkr, Administratrix, Samtki, U. Irwin Endeavor, Pa. Attorney, Tionesta, Pa. March a," ltWl. Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing account has been tiled in my olllce ami will be presented at the next term of Court fur continuation. First aud final account of T. B. Cook, administrator of the estate of V. V. Paup, late of Barnott township, deceased. J. II. KOHKKTSON, Clerk of Orphans' Court. Tionesta, Pa., April l'.Kil. TKIAI, LIST. List of causes set down for trial in tho Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, reiinsylvama, commencing on the Third Monday of May, 1!K)1 ; 1. 11. II. Shoemaker. Health Officer of Tionesta borough, vs. J. 1). Davis and Nellie Davis, No. ISO, February term, 11HW. Appeal by Deft, from J. P. tt. Caroline Simonsou. by her next friend and mother, Katie Siiiinnson, vs. Marion Uerow, O. E. Uerow, H. W. Hor ner ana arotine M. iiorner. No. , Menu term, HUM). Summons in action of tres pass. .1. u. w. rropor vs. Tionesta uas Com- pnnv, J. C. Bowman, E. W. Bowman. S. J. Wolcott, William Woloott and S. T. itorKwith, jo, 21, sept, term, iwo. Summons In ejectment. 4. J. VA . Morrow vs. John and Eliza beth Hoovler, No. 69, August term, 1WH. Apptal by Deft, from J. P. ft. josian worK a na vs. vt iitiani Henry, owner or reputed ownor, and W. S. Henry, contractor. No. 41, February term, l'.ml. Sci. ra. Sur mechanics lien. li. II. M. ogan vs. 1 tie townsiun ni Howe. No. 7, Feby. term. 1H0I. Appeal bv Deft, from J. P. . James Lindsev. C. A. Hill. Agent. vs. Western New York and Penna. R. R. Co. No. 40, Sept. term, 1'JOO. Appeal by ueu irnm J. r. Attest, JOHN H. ROBERTSON, Prothonotary. Tionesta, Pa, April 22, 1!K)1. DIVORCE. Col NTT OK FOKKST. ss. The Commonwealth of l'ennsylvania to the Ulientf of t'liii Coi'n'V Ureetina: Whereas, Rosa L. Cherry did on the 31st day of July, ls'iy, prefer a petition to our said Judgesol the said Com lot Com mon Pleas for said County, praying for the causes therein set forth, that she might oe divorced Iroin the bonds ol matrimony entered into with you, John Cherry. We, therefore, command you, the said John unerry tnat, setting aside all oilier bust noss and excuses whatsoever, von be and appear in your roper person before our juugesai iionesia, at a court or Com mon Pleas there to be held for the County of Forest, on the 3rd Monday of May, lMIl, to answer the petition or libel oi the said Rosa L. Cherry and to show cause, if any you have, why the said Rosa L. Cherry, your wife, should not be di forced from the bonds of matrimony, agreeably to the Acts of Assembly in such caso made and provided. Herein fail not. Witness the Hon. W. M. Lini.sey, President of our said Court at Tionesta, too .juiij uny ui April, rjoi. J. ti. RollKIITSON. Prothonotary. To John Cheriv: Yon are hereby notified to appear be fore (lie Honorable Judges of tne Court or Common Pleas, at Tionesta, Pa., on the third Monday of May next, to answer as sci lonn in anove siiiirsena. J. W. JAM1ESON, Sheriff. April 30, 111)1. Notice. Nnlino I. l,,ol,-, II.. , :... Hon will be made to the Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on Tuesday, May 14, 1001, by Frank McNeil. Ti I. t v tt ..... ! i. i iHrmr, . ii. iieiz, it. i , ijou anil E. A. Yettor, under the Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to provide for the incor poration and regulation of certain cor porations," approved April 20, 1N71, and the supplements thereto, lor the charter of an intended corporation to be callei "Forest Chemical Company," tiiecharac torand object of which is manufacturing and selling charcoal, acetates, wood spirits and other chemical products ex tracted from wood, and for these purposes : ...j-..t n.i .Uo iigiiis iirni iiiii miu privileges 01 me said Act Assembly and Its supplements. J. E. Mlli.i.n,. Solicitor Of TONME 8GRETHR0AT want toiolmimi upon your mind th ftlHive fuM't, tliul whi'n o or your fciiv Hurt Thnt you will at one I hlnk cf Ton.'! line ns lh ono our whk'ti ht-vt-r falls. Sore Mouth, Croup and uliuy ato Just tta quickly ouml by TONSiLIHO rrs 3 5C AND B0C. .LI DRI.CGI7. TU toNHlLISKOO. CASIO'S n What is More $ Prized than A Becoming Hat? I have them lust suited to your taste. Ready to Evenlrm Church Wear Wear Wear Outing and 'lolling. Fine Enough lo Vftir Everywhere STYLISH HATS AT LITTLE COST .Vn. il. A. LYXClf, Emlearor, Va. Fred. Grcttenbergcr GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil W ell Tools, Has or W'aUir Kit tings and (ieneral lUacksinitblng prompt ly done at Low Kates. Kepairing Mill Machinery given ociaI attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop In rear of and just west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. KKED. ORETTEN DEMI ER. PROCLAMATION. Wiikhkas, The lion. W". M. Llndsey, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for the county o! Forest, has issued his pre cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas, tinartcr Sessions or the Peace, Orphans' Coort, Over and Terminer and tieneral Jail. Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to coininenco on the Third Monday of May. being the UOth day of May, 1001. No tice is therefore irivon to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peaiss and Con stables of said county, that they I then and there in their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., of said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other leincmhrancea, to do those tilings which to their olllce appertain to tie done. and to Hume whn are hound in recognisance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that llicv may i men anil Ihero to itrnsocuui against them as shall lie Just. Given un- j dor mv baud and seal this &!d day of i April, A. P. 1001. i j. w. jamikno.n, II..8.J snerin. . .aw rf. V J 0 Tionesta Cash Store is an UNCOMMON Store, it is an UNIQUE Place, A place where the Hard to Please are Almost Al ways Pleased. Our Goods are the Best, our prices the Lowest. We are always on the lookout for Bar gains and are always willing to Share with our Cus tomers. That is the reason they are always pleased. Here are a few things in groceries : 17 lb granulated sugar, $. Arbuckle or Lion coffee, 2 lb tor 25c. Mocha and Java blend, 51b for 1. Good corn, 7c can. Good tomatoes, 3 cans for 25c. Good peas, 10c can. Here are some Specials in Ladies' Suits: All woolJackct Suits, gray, G.50, brown, 7.50. All colors at $10.00, 12.50 and $15.00. All colors in Jackets at 5.00. Also, men's all wool suits at 0.50 and up to 10.00. Pants, Shirts, Underwear, Hats and Caps. Carpets are lowest in price' here, also Matting and Linoleum. Shoes for Men, Women and Children, of best makers, who make shoes for style and comfort as well as durability. Bargains jostle you at every turn, but we can only mention a lew here. Come in and see why tho people are so well pleased. Always welcome at Tionesta Cash Store. WE DELIGHT IN GIVING OUR CUSTOMERS GOOD fttfitteiJ.VS WE TRY ALL OUR GOODS LEADERS. YOU CANNOT MART A MISTAKE ON ANY PURCHASE Al OUR STORE. . SEE OTJR LI1TE OF "Royal Worcester" Corsels. HEATH k FEIT. AO. A. It. A. Way Cook, President. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA. CAPITAL STOCK, A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, Collections remitted for on day of pr.yment at low rales. We promise our custom era all the benefits consistent with conservative b king. Interest ps.id on time deposit. Your patronage respectfully solicited. New Arrivals. We are daiijr receiving our new styles of SnroK goods aurl we rtn trulhlully say that same re superior to anything e ever hi'l tho pleasure lo show hereto fore. We ere headquarters for II styles of PATENT LEATHER AND IDEAL PATENT KIDS io Oiorrls as well as in high cut butlou euil lace boots. We should b pleased to show you these goods al any t'me whether you wish to purrliate at the time or ool. You will find prices lower than same goods ' can be purchased elsewhere. JOE LEVI, Cor. Cenlre, Seneca, A Sycamore Sis. OIL CIT1, PA. l'tinne 2d.i. TO MAKE DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR IS OTJIR, MOTTO. H03S, Kki.lv, Cashier. W'H. SMKAKRAI'UII, Vice President NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 150,000. n I H K trro Hs U. W. Robinson, Win. Smearbaugh, T. E. Ritchey. J. T. Halo, J. II. Kelly. "Mohamet itiil I he Mountain" Have illusttaied many a point aud will coiiiiuiie to do so for centuries to come As we cannot very well briiijj a M.CUKX 10 SUIT or Si'ULNlj TOP COAT in every man in this tea ii for his inspection, we muat ty to bring the man to our store to see the most fashionable, aud perlectly tailored clothes ihal it's possible for the skill and science of I lie twentieth cenlurv to produce. This label I li K Mct'UKN CO, On. City, Pa in the c ut has been the hounnhle "clothes mailt" i f the makers for nearly a quarter of a century. And Tour in uey back for the asking. SUITS SPRING OVERCOATS, S6T0 $25. $6 TO $25. THE McCUEN CO. 2i AND 29SENECAS1.. OIL CITY, PA. Dried peas, 7 lb for 25c. Beans, 5 lb for 25c. reaches, 10c. lb. Nectorines 3 lb for 25c. Oat meal and rolled oats, 9 lb for 25c. Lenox and Oak leaf soap, 7 bars 25c. Syrup, 25c. gal. N. O. Molasses 35c. gal.