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THF FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WCNK, Editor 4 Pkomiitom. WEDXKSDAY, JULY S, !!0t. 1901 JULY 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. 17a. Th. Fr. Sa. TTTTT T 15 16 J7 8 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 1 26 27 28 29 j 30 1 31 1 KEITBUCAN TICKET. I'OINTY. CViKHv Trcoxitrrr, CALVIN M. AKNKK, TiomwU. A Democratic paper wants to know il criticism of a protective taritr is treason. Oli.no; it is iust exploded foolishness. Some of tlie Legislators' Ulcus of whnt is expected of them by their constituents will not square with the Ten Command ments Kranklin News. Somk of the men who have been "do ing" their constituents at Ilnrrisbiirg should never havo tho presutnption to ask for a re election. Blizzard. Fatalities from storms and accidents swin unusually frequent, but it must be remembered that tho population of the United States is tw ice as laro as it was in ISHl. Tub Ohio Kepuldicsns adopted a ritiR lii platform. They point to a splendid list of promises redeemed and make some more pledges that will take tho shse of jivrforinance. VtstTotu to Athens, tireece, w ill soou Inspect the ancient wonders of that town from trolly cam built in New Jersey. The classic land is experiencing an elec tric txxiin, w bicu is safer than trying to wipe Turkey from the mnp. Mil. Bkvan'h "authoritative declara tion" that Murk llanua oui;ht to be nom inated by the Republican party probably indicates that the heated atmosphere of the Hullalo Midway has proved a bit try fur the Hoy Orator's brain. Philadelphia Inquirer. In lio the people paid lHi,ooO,lKil) for interest on tho public debt. The amount now is .1i,0cU,(wfl, and the rate has de clined from 7.30 per cent, to 2 per ceut. Nothing more need bo said wheu it is added that Undo Sam's credit is tho best In the world. A XKWsi'APKtt whoso editorial opin ions are determined ty the moral influ ence of a pave advertisement is severely shocked at the base and mercenary mo tives which conuol the actions of a low down politilion. I'uuxy. Spirit. Solemnly dedicated to the 1'hila Press aud a number of other Quaker City iour uals (). From preseut appearances all tho vol unteers except a lew battalions on the way from the Philippines who will still be on the ocean will be mustered out by tho beginning of July, and the new regu lar army will be recruited to the 7o,0n0 limit by that time. Uncle Snn's new army will probably be the most effective, iu tho world of its size. Wiiks President McKinley was Inau gurated the United Sutea was paying ? U, UlHi.Oooa year interest on tho public debt. Two wars have since been fought aud the public debt increased t)15!i,0"0,(u0, but the annual interest charge uow is only $.'!), OOii.ihki. The nuances of the United States havo been splan'idly managed under President McKinley. Wahiikn's State Hospital will get an appropriation of $V,:m from our Legis lature, mainly through the active atd of Si nalor Cuuiings. The amount Is divided as follows and is generally needed : SIS, 00 1 for finishing and furnishing the nurses' and farm buildings, erected lust year; $l(l,non for modern plumbing; for shower balhs; and fl.Onti for a silo. Thk new Congressional apportionment places this county iu the iKlh district, composed ol the counties of Mercer, Ve nango, Forest, Warren and Klk. Clar ion is now a part of the 27th, and is snugly stowed away in a Republican district blong with Jefferson, Indiana aud Armstrong. Center and Clearfield, which were so long a part of us, are now with Cameron and McKean couuties, a safo Republican district. We are sorry to part company with our old associates, but they are nicely domiciled and will get along swimmingly with their new neighbors, while Forest and Elk will adapt themselves to the new order of things as naturally as a duck would take to tho mill pond. And with your Undo Joe Sibley as our representative, tliau whom there is no better in the Union, we'll all be happy as the proverbial small boy killing snakes. Wiikx an American manufacturer finds that ho has overstocked the market at home, he ships bis surplus abroad and sel.s it at a price hicli enables him to compete with England, France or tier many iu their own markets. He is satis tied in many cases to get back his origi nal investment and the cost of transpor tation, liy doing this he is able to keep his plant iu operation and give his men employment all the time. If this were not done many manufacturing institu tions in the United Slates would lo forced at various times to work on half timo or even shut down until Ilim-J had realized upon the stock In hand. His this aystem which has been largely resonsi- ble for the tremendous extensions of American trade abroad especially In ma chinery, during the recent and prevail ing full tide of prodinHion. In this re spect the difference in prices at home and aiiroad has absolutely nothing to do Willi the tariir question, and many manulac turers assert that a reduction in the tar iff at home would simply result in re duced wagi-s to their men and have little or no effect ill any other direction. N. V Commercial Advertiser. Coast ill? Aloutr tho Mediterranean Shares. Our camping tour ended at lleyroule and we were sorry to part with our good faithful dragomen, Esa and ticorgo, and the attendants. Three weeks of associat ing together under such circumstances had made us feel that although we might differ in color by a few shades we were still "all of one blood." These dragomeu were tireless in all their duties. By day guiding us along difficult paths, helping the poor riders, hurrying up the laggard ones, fixing bridles, adjusting saddles, stirrups, mounting and dismounting fifty times a day, liesides burdening themselves with a lot of surplus wraps, cameras, and umbrellas that the owners did not want to be bothered with, liy night they took turns in guarding us from attacks of midnight marauders or the low mean sneak thieves. Some nights they got scarcely any sleep but still were bright and cheerful all day. The attendants were also faithlul and did their part in making the trip pleas ant. How they all hung around us when at last we left tho camp to stop at the hotel iu Reyrout, c r ready to attend to every littlo want, and it was not lor llaeksretk either. It will be a long time before they aro forgotten. Iteyrout is the most important city in the east coast of the lireat Sea. It lies mostly on a knoll rising up lioin the seashore and is backed by the longest ridge of Lebanon. This was not our first introduction to Ueyrout. A month prior to this upon leaving Egypt we were brought here contrary to our wishes. A case of plague had been dis.overed at Alexandria on the day we left Cairo. Wheu wo reached Port Said we were told that as there w as not quarantine at Jaffa, our port, we would bo taken to Ueyrout and held for two days. You can imagine perhaps, how we felt w hen our object was to reach Jerusalem for tho Greek Easter and instead lie iu quarenline. However they were master of the situation and wo could only obey. There was ono redeem ing feature about it to compensate in part for our disappointment in missing the Holy Fire in Jerusalem. It gave as tho opportunity to see a large part of the coast between Bey rout and lalla and un derstand what a timo Hiram's raflmen must have had in getting Hiram's logs to Solomon's market if the sea was a litttle rough. Tyre aud Sidon also lie on the coast and snow capped Mount tleruion away in the interior was easily seen from tlie steam er's deck. For two days we lay out in the roads with the miserable yellow llagof quaran tine Hying from its place between the masts warning every one to keep their distaneo, a veritable cry of "unclean uu clean," while aTurkisu officer lay iu bis little boat near ua to keep us from get tiu away. We were all takeu to the quarantine station where au officer wrote out a bill of health, or something else for all we kuow, as it was done iu Aiabic, for which lie charged us a good price. Then we were takeu into an adjoining room whero they had a bucket full of disinfectant aud a garden hose with which they ppriuklod our baggage aud squiileda little of it toward us. They allowed us to return to our ship which later on they dosed with this disinfectant. It was all largely a farce but we had to pay for the music Tho prevalence of a plague and other infectious diseases iu that country render a strict quarantine law necessary although the slight causes sometimes make it appear ridiculous. Neither had we uor our ship beeu ex posed. Beyroute is the chief commercial city ol Syria and does a huge business with all parts of the world. Iu one year 63) sailing vessels and i'Al steamers entered its port doing an export busines of over eight million dollars. Among the inter esting industries is the silk trade. In our drive tu the Dog Itiyer along the coast we saw scores of little housn built out of cano stalks or material of that kind in the groves of mulberries. These troes were cut back to almost the trunk every year and from this stump great numbers of sprouts grew covered with heavy foliage. It looked strange to see so many groves like this but we soon learned the reason. These little houses were where the silk worms were kept and fed upon the mulbery leaves .vliich were cut and led to them fresh. We vis ited ono of these worm houses. All around on the Inside were shelves U)Hin which wore laid these mulbery branches. Tho leaves were covered with o large white worm and all of these were busy eating away at the leaves. The atten dants wore careful to keep them supplied anil also to keep the strong wind fioin blowing on them. The Moslem is being gradually dis placed by the Christian in Beyrout. Of the lai.fmo inhabitants only about 36,000 are Moslem, the others lieing Greeks, Maronites, Jews, Latins, Armenians, Druses, Protestatits, etc. The Prcsbyteriau mission is the largest institution and on of the most successful of this churches foreign enterprises, They have a college of about Son students, a girls' seminary with 100 studeuts, a hospital, churches and aliout 143 schools in different sections undor its care. The printing press supplies Arabic literature, as the Bible, etc., to all Arabic speaking people. It is selfsupKrling and some years turns in a balance to Iho mission fund. They also print a weekly paper and monthly magaziuo. The names of Drs. Bliss, Jessup, Thomson, Smith, and Van Dyck are household names in mis sionary circles everywhere, and they have accomplished great things in the educlioual and religious life of this pa per. Other institutions for Secial work aro success. ul also, as the Church of St all and Jewish Mission, British School and Bible work, the German Hospital, Or phanage and Boarding School, also a large kindergarden under Italian control. The Dog River, about two hours drivo along tho shorn, is a point of interest us ually visited by tourists. It is said lo receive its name from an incident that occurred centuries ago. An army was en camped on the one side of the river and during the night lh4 enemy steathily ap proached from the other side w heu a dog alarmed the sleeping sentinels hy hark ing. The opposing general curved the dog which was turned into a stone where hestixxl in the iniddleof the river. T:.e stone is thero where it can bo seen till this day. Thero are also many other similar stones there. This folding lias been considered hy many as "Iho enter ing iu ol llamath," or the road by which the great armies from the east and west passed in campaigns of plunder. Tho re mains of a very old bridge still stand and also several inscriptions on the rocks near by. One of these is said lo refer to Ramasos II of Egypt in the Uth century B. C. and the other to Snnaeorib in the Sth centurv B. C. J. V. McAjiisi'II. Thk following merry tribute is accord ed by the Pittsburg Dispatch to the unique body of law makers, w ho have just departed from the State Capital: "Since Robin Hood and his merry meu held away under the greenwood trees of Sherwood Forest, no jollier, gayer, more light-hearted or irresponsible set of par liamentarians has ever gathered for like service anywhere than this which has just risin from its carnival at Harris- burg. There is no use in epithets, aud descriptions of the late session without them will fall short of the subject. Tho best that cau be hoped is that the public has been taking notes, and when these eminent political jokers call for further jest of endorsement at the next election the people will have enough regard for the unities lo treat that as the greatest joke of all by refusing to vole for them." A fkw insurgents Iu the Philippines are still at large. Nevertheless, the civil government is going to be put in opera tion on tlie Fourth of July. Thus the gre.it American holiday will become part of the traditions ol the Filipinos. Ihose races will, for the first time in their his tory, bo made acquainted with national liberty. They will have freedom, ground ed upon order. All their rights of prop erty and religion will be rigidly respect ed, and political privileges on a constant ly broadening scale will be bestowed upon them. July 4, IW1, will bo a great day In the annals of the Philippines. Deafness Cnnnat llr Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an iullauicd con dition of Hia mucous lining of the Eu stachian Tubo. When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperlect hearing, and when it is entire ly closed deaincss is the result, and un less the inllamation can be taken out and this lube restored lo its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten aro caused by catarrh, w hich is nothing tint an inlhimod condi tion of the niuco.iis surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ease of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75. Hall's Family Pills are the best. How to Keep Cool. Rules prescribed by an editor who was sweating when he wroto 'em: On rising In the morning, ssingo the body quickly with cold or tepid water. If robust take a cold bath ; delicate persons, especially those with a weak heart, should content themselves with a tepid sponge bath. Avoid going out in the full heat of tho sun. If you must do to wear white outer clothing. The early morning and early evening aro tho best times for out of-door exercise during the hottest days of the summer. When very hot, after walking or other exertion, do not indulge in iced di inks or bathe the skin with very cold water; the sudden shock to the system, espec ially lo dclccatc eople, may prove high ly injurious. Tho fool during summer should be light, but nourishing. Intense lies, causes a good deal ot waslo to the sys tem, and the diet should therofore be sustaining. All highly stimulating and very rich foods should be avoided, however, and fresh green vegetables, salads, such as loltuce, endive, watercress, tomatoes, and fruits of all kinds should form an essentia! part of the daily dietary. Animal food is needed, but should be taken in strict moderation. Milk is a very valuable article of diet in sun nier, and diluted with lime water makes a refreshing and cooling drink. Keep the atmosphere of your house cool by having the windows closed and the blinds dowu duriug the hottest part of the day. When the sun gets low, open the win dows and draw up the blinds where pos sible By this means you will keep sun heated air out of the house. The bed room windows should be open at the top all night, and in the early morning, before thesuu becomes hot, as many windows us possible should be widely opened, so that the cool morning air may enter. Open all the windows again iu the eve ning, thus thoroughly ventilating the house and filling it with cool air. Letter to It. M. Herman. Tionr&la, Mi. Dear Sir: Ira Oould, a painter in Cole brook, N. II., liought of our agent there, Wesley Wcnlworth, 4 gallons of paint, thinned it down with two gallons of oil, and gave his house one coat. Every painter in town declared he had painted two coats. "That's all the far tho story goes," as Uncle Remus says. We don't know whether it made a good job or not; but the painter thought it did. Wo should eall it priming. Maybe the house didn't need painting. A priming coat is enough if put on often enough. But if Ira (jould had set out to do us a favor, he couldn't have done much belter. One priming coal of Devoe Is enough lo make painters ssy, "He's beeu painting two coals; and wauls us lo think ho has done it with one, and that half oil! No thank you." We don't know Mr. liould but we know Mr. Wentworth. (iuess the story is straight. Yours truly, 41 F. W. Devon A Co. P. S. lames D. Davis sells our paint in vour section. Fourth l July Hales via the Nickel Plato Road, at one fare for the round trip, good within a distance of 2(K) miles. IVkctson ale July 3d and 4th, g'a returning until July 5th, inclu sive. Write, wire, phone or call on near est agent, or call at or address City Tick et office, stale street, Erie, Pa., H. C Allen c, P. A T. A. No X t7 .'l Zinc nnil (iriiulin make Dov lead anil inc Paint wear twice as long as lead and oil mixes! by hand. It is Up to Whether you with comfort or not. A HAMMOCK is au ideal place when you have that tired fcoliug. There, is co.ulort iu tho prices we ask for ours AMERICAN MEAT NOT BAD Improper Car of It In Tinniil ChiimmI It l'mMMtlun. WASHINGTON. ,1um 2i.-In xlvvt ot tho ti lui'iHury pivliilit;i of Amt-iU an mrat for military purpxM's hi Smm'Ii Africa liy tin lritili p-vonminit, dm hiiI MtnT;il Stiwi' at I'm1.' Town hits ln"Mi nu.khur invsiij;;iti(ttns with rtxnrd t- ih' runs nf tho r. sti ii tiinis. mu haa MiknitttH. the results to tin- st:lU thpait n. tut. Tito I rit nilNttMl uu'ii, when iu i ii iuil, itronoiimvd tho Amorit an nrtiilo wry ?at ifiutry ainl ihrir oili er rs statrtl tl at in many oasos tho men I'lotrrrotl tho tinnotl moat to tho pooror livfh aitiilo. At 1'iitoria a lar:e tok of Aniorloau hi at was at han). ainl no storo or shop ci iLil:i!iiril against it. la fart tho only ct.nil'lnitilj made of tho Antrtiran art! lr airs. from impropor raro of it aflor it hatl roariiotl tho Transvaal. It was fouml to ho iho pnntirv at Hritish mil-in-y has'H to n-o a layor of roruotl hoof t:Ms as a Hour uml pilo on top Hour, lut al ami othor roimurilitit-s to prntort tho latter from tho ground moisture. Hut th oasi of horf tlirmselves sulTorfil from tlie oxposiiro, tho tins heeotuing riisiy ami sMiall holes letting iu tho atr. Iu some rasr after three ino'.'iiis expos ure of this sort the meat w:M U unit out to tho troops neet ssjrity iu u hit J Male. HOSPITAL CENSURED. Coroner' Jury l-Muil IiiiiiiiIv'm Ivitth Va lliftrtitMl hy lEoii;h Treatment. Nt:V MKK. .Inly .'. - 'I he jury in the itMMicM in drtcriuiuc tin1 etinse of deiiiii nf lb licit I'. Wii linau I'li'ucht i i a vrr.Iirt til iliiu: that Wtiiliiuin (-111111' li his d":.tli I'ruir 'Yhronic nejiliritis mid iicute n aiiiii. iiLumviiiol unil luiMii'ip'd liy liruK n rih and injuries tu ilicst mid h. K I.' 'I l:e jury censure! the iiiiinuizi'ini'iit ir tin Mauluitinn stall' hosiiiial and cmhi elates Ihc ltidli'vuc husiial antli'irsies. The jury limls that tlie Injuries wen in Uicti'd b Attendant Jnlm Foley am! that kecpet .Michael Carroll was a ii.nly tlit let u. W'ucu.a:!, who was a harti'mler, dii d at the Mauliaitau slate husnital en Man !, j. Timber Land For Sale. Ilida will bo received by the under- siiruiHl until Aucust 1st, 1(1)1, fur the timber on Sum uel V. Stewart's homo- slor.d, said limber beiiiR In two lotn-uno piece lyinic east of Stewart's dwelling, coiilainiui: about H0 acres : also timber on tract no 17:1, lying southwest of Stew art's dwelling, containing about W0 acres situated in Allegheny township, Venan go county, Pa. All bids will be treated as strictly confidential, and limber will bo sold to highest bidder on adoye date. For further irformntion address tf W. J. Camimikll, Tienesla, Pa. The Mckcl Plate lioail changes time Sunday June 30th. N 6 the Standard Gxpres leaving Chicago at H:5 p. in., arrives at Intermediate sta ll. .lis about '1 hours earlier than under former schedule. Is in Cleveland at 7:27 a. in. leaves at 7:47 a. m. and arrives at Hullalo at -:"' p. m., central lime. Local Merger fi nm l liii-at'') to Cleveland, in ad dition to the regular New York sleeper. No chango on oilier trains. No. llti-lt A (iooil Thing. German Syrup is the special prescrip tion of Dr. A. ltoschee, a celebrated (Jer- man Physician and is acknowledged to bo one ol the most lurtunate discoveries in Medicine. It quickly cures Coughs, Colds and all Lung troubles of the sever est nature, removing as it does, the cause ot the atlectinn and leaving the purls in a string and healthy condition. It is nut an exieriuiental medicine, but has stood the test of years, giving sntisfjetion in every case which its rapidly increasing srle every season confirms. Two mil lion bottles sold annually. Iloschee's German Syrup was introduced in the L lilted Mtates in isn't, and Is now snM in every town and villaue in the civilized world. Three doses will relieve any ordinary cough. Price 7.) cts. Got Green's Prize Almanac. The Nickel Male Koud will sell tth of July excursion tickets on .Inly 3rd and 4th. itood returning until July All), inclusive, at one fare for the round trip kooiI only within distance of iou mites. v rite, wire, phone or eall on nearest uuent, or call at or address f'lty I icket Olhee, !2u State sticet, Krie, Pa., II. C. Allen, C. P. A T. A. No. 17-3 TIOMWTA JHAItKlOTH CORRECTED EVERY Tt'KHDAY, BY KKI.IAHI.F. DEAI.KltS Flour sack l.lU&l.iiS Corn meal, feed, yi lootb.. t.u.i Corn meal, family, ! loo Mi 1.25 Chop feed, pure grain l.l.i Oats ; (o( .4:! Corn, shelled ,t;o Iteans bushel 2..'0 Haul, sugar cured .1:1 Itacon, sugar cured .13 Shoulders ,o Whitelish kit .no Sunar mft,.iij Syrup .M N. O. Molasses .Xi'm ..'si Colleo, Uoast Kio IS Coff ee, blended Java " .25 Tea itftftj Hotter (:t,,l ltice O'lty.nx Fgirs, fresh , ,.-( Salt 'p barrel !.r,u Lsril , Potatoes, "fi bushel, .50 Potatoes, new y ieck .21 Lime t lrrcl flOl.on Nails V keg 2.75 EDINBORO STATE NORMAL SCHOOL RECOCNIZED 1861. A high grade hcIiikiI for teachers, strong faculty. Film library. Splendid environment. F.xpenscs vory uiodcrnto. Fall term begins Septemlier 10th, pjul. Address lor catalogue, JOHN F. LIGLLlt, Priu., EmNiioiio.l'A. You ROBINSON, A V PI TO ll'S STATF.MKXTol'Tionesta Township, lorthe year ending June 3. Iimi : Wm. Lawrence, Treasurer, in account wilh school fund. Ml. To Intl. al st' 1 1 lenient $ SH ftS To un-eatod lax from Co. Treas. MJ 01 To building " " -T" W To Stale appropriation N1" 33 To ami. from President Tp., Venango county ! ill To unit, from (i recti Twp 35 dl To. borrowed money I.rtut W To mill, irom J. Carson, Col l,ti7 ld t'K. ..el.Ml '.H !"l S .. 413 M liy orders i deemed Ily - percent, com II v I 'ill. in hands of Treas Jo.Olu !U KKsol'KCKs. Cash iu hands of Treas 413 S3 I'uscatcd lax ihie from Co. Treas IMS 3'J t m i 1;. I.t AII1I.IT1KS. Outstanding orders I4ii7 07 Indeb'edness f774.il'- We, the undersigned Auditors of Tio m sta township, do cert Iv that the shove report is correct to the best of our ability. J. II. Wkntwom ii, W. Ilooi), J. V. Mono, It. L. Uaslkt, Clerk. Auditors. lennsylvania ItAILKOAl). Ill FKAI.O ANI At.LKGlIF.NY V AL LF.Y 1I VISION". Taking ellecl, May l'.HJl. No. SO Ittiffalo Kx press, daily except Sunday .. ll:"i. in. No. 32 Oil City and Pittsburg Kx ross,daily,oxeopt Sunday ..7::I0 p.m. For II ii kory.Tidioiile, Warren, Kinaua, llradford, Olean and tho Kant : No. 31 Olean F.xpress, daily except Sunday 8:5." a. in. No. 31 Pittsburg Kxpress, daily exci'pt Sunday 4:3!' p. 111. For Time Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent, J. It. Ill TC11INSON, J. U. WOOD, General Manager, tleu'l Passenger At.- In every town and village may be had . 1 me Axle Grease that makes your horses glad. IDrFcnncrsGOLDEN RELIEF v -a ivi t., '-n-'-il-'i i.iiili..i1..1i,.,,lMI, A TWl 1 Pl'Kt IMC IS At L INFLAMMATION I HxrctiimKt, llt-fttUt-tiu t mmutfm, T-Kith I ' lo- 1 1 HitllUlvt, I'ultl J-Tt .V.'loH.i-ti' t t' "Coifla," Forming Fvprfl, GRIP. I CUKS AN Y PAIN lNbil OH OUT I I 111 ont- u i nut v ii.iiiiit.'ii. I Uj itvclers. Ihv kiM by uutu toK. k'mlualft.X. V. b) StamlurS Oil t . 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 II) granulated sugar, $1. Arbuckle or Lion coffee, 2 11) lor 25c. Mocha and Java blend, 511) for 1. Good corn, 7c can. Good tomatoes, 3 cans for 25c. Good peas, 10c can. Here are some Specials in Ladies' Suits: All woolJacket Suits, gray, f 6.50, brown, . 57.50. All colors at $10.00, 12.50 and 15.00. All colors in Jackets at 5.00. Also, men's all wool suits at 6.50 and up to 10.00. rants, Shirts, Underwear, Hats and Caps. Carpets arc 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 vou at cverv turn, but wo. p;m rmlv tuonfinn n few here. Come in and see why the people iviwiis eicome at Tionesta Cash Store. The Best Place to Trade! YOU OWE Tor JuiiK btisitiesi rila. Mi rcliuuls who ilcniro to grow iu tlie conliilt uce of their pa I runs have no other safo way epeu to thou) We simply solicit your patruuuge ou tho grouuda of gooil nierchatiilise al tho lowest prices. On Ihia bums wo liavu roWD; on this liasit wc will cuiilitiue to grow. A growing, progressive store will lienelil Its patrons aud advance the in terests of all. For Instance: o- In Our Dry Goods DepJirtiiient. Here you cut) tint! every thing that is usually cariieil in au exclusive Dry (tooils Storo. Everything is new ami prices all rauyn low. Ill Our Shoo Dep irtiiumi. A nice shoo fur Itulicfnl tl 00. Patent Leallu rs ih'it )o Not Crack .lor both la lits and letiilcuien, S iiimI f4 111 Our Furnishings lop.u'tmont . Tho liunoin "IMUHiKKSS" shirt at 50 1 ami tl. The new "Rostand" Shiold bow, L'5c. The new "Three in O 10" tie, 50o. Culls and col lars of all shapes and kinds. In Our Grocery 1 lie best biauds ol lbiur--.M other , I olid Lily and Medal. K.VICUV WKKK sees new featuros in our long list of money saving op pnrtut)itie'. HEATH k FEIT. ao. A. Waynk Cook, President. A. 11. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, ii K kno its A. Wa.vne Cis'k, tl. V. Iloblnson, Win. Siuearbaugh, N. P. Wheeler, T. K. Kilchey. J. T. Ia!e, J. II. Kelly. Collections remitttsl for on day of pr.y inent at low rates. We promise our cusUmi ers all tho honclils iHinsisient wilh conservative b king. Intertwt piid on tliee deposits. Your patronage respectfully soliciliHl. SPECIAL SALE! We uow have a Special Sale on OXFORDS, iu all sorts of PATENT LEATHER, BLACK AND TAN VIGI At (srratly Ktlul VrWv ur LADIES' DRESS SHOE AT $2.00 lias no 'oiiiicli(or. us Iu Style nml lunlitj. WE KINDLY SOLICIT YOUR TRADE. JOE LEVI, Cor. Centre, Peiuca, it Sycamore Sta. Oil. CIT1, IM. I'boue ;. US NOTHING. Depart mont. nous. Kkli.y, Cashier. Wm. Smkaiuiaikiii, VU Presidoni NATIONAL 1JANK, PENNSYLVANIA. t50,000. THE CALENDAK SAYS Sprinq Is Is Gone and Summer Is Iloro. Aro you prepared with PROPER CLOTHING? It you are uot, why delay I .tiger? If you buy nnw you will find our stock is absolutely complete, contain ing every fashionable shafo of car uieul, mule up in hu newest pat terns nl foreign nud domestic liylit weight lai.riis Come iu and see our KITCHNER YOKE OUTING SUITS. Young men who havo sceu 1 hem are for them strong Price, $15.00. THE McCUEN CO. 2i AND 2U SENECA ST. , OIL CITY, PA. Dried peas, 7 lb lor 25c. Beans, 5 lb for 25c. Teaches, l()c. 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. are so well pleased.