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The Forest Republican. [volume] (Tionesta, Pa.) 1869-1952, October 23, 1901, Image 3

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The best time in the year to paper is when
everybody else has finished. Then there is no
difficulty in securing the services of a compe
tent paper hanger because of the light demand
for such work and another and more potent rea
son is that after the regular season is over you
can buy paper hangings at to J off the regu
lar prices. We are now selling wall paper at
actual cost. Not remnants cither, but full lines
and a large variety of designs :
Papers that were 15c per roll, now 10
u it ii 20 " " " 13
ti it ii 23 " " " 17
ii a 35 a ii ii 23
and all others at proportionate reductions. At
these prices we do not expect the stock to last
a great while.
Tub &tris FudBMsicr
C. M. AMR & IE,
All Leading Companies
Wild Lands, Farm, Houses
Lots for Sale or lient.
w AJvorlNcnieiilH.
James. Ail.
l-aintners. Ail.
Knhiiisnn. Ail.
MeCuen Co. Ail.
K K. Hick. Local.
Oevoe tV Co. Reader.
H(tli it b'eil. Locals.
Clarion Nnriniil. 1,im-ii1.
1 Inik iris. Ad and locals.
K. Wallers it Co. locals.
Tionesta Cash Store, LocalH.
White Slar Urocery. Ijwals.
Tionesta I'linto (Jallery. Ucal.
W. I.. 0(fnot. Public Sale Notice.
Sherd!" Jamieson. Com I and Kleetlon
Proth'y Huberts'"!!. Trial List and
Continuation Notice.
Oil inurkot closed at f l.lHi.
Oil and gas leasea at this ofllce.
You can get it at Hopkins' store.
Clothing, talk about clothing. Hop.
klna ha it to sell. It
Next Krldav, 2alh int.,w ill be school
arbor day. Plant a tree.
Shot guns for rent and ainunition for
sale at White Star Urocory. tf
25 per cent olTallladios and childrens
wraps in slock. Heath A Felt. It
K. Wallera A Co. have a nice assort
inont of trimmed hata at J-.00 each. See
Ilium. It
-Th W. C. T. IT. will hold service at
tlio county home next Sunday afternoon
at .1 o'clock.
Anew invoice of shoes just received
at Tionosia Cash Store. See them before
purchasing. . It
F. Walters A Co aro the leadera for
stylish millinery, especially in t2.0n hats
for the next few days. H
Our genial old friend W. W. Walford
of Stewarts Hun has been granted a pen
sion of S per month by Undo Sam.
Capes, jacket and furs for ladies,
misses and children. Three dny opening
Oct; 31, Nov. 1 and 2. Hopkins' atore. 1
(iraduates of the Clarion State Normal
School now till many of the most impor
tant positions ill Western Pennsylvania.
still a nice selection In costs and furs
to choose from, and if our prices are not
lower than others we'll treat. Heath A
l'cit. It
Call at the Tionesta gallery and see
tho littleovalpicturs. Something entirely
now. Only 40c per dozen, until Novem
ber 1. It
Ifyou have uot bought that wrap for
your wife, mother or sister, you should
look over tho stock at Tionesta Cash
Store. It
The Gas Co. drilled lu a well on the
Burner farm lust week, which will make
a fair easscr, but not up the average in
that Hold.
Fi 'teen photographs for tho price of
one dozen at Chappell'a Studio, Oil City,
Pa. Tho finest work at popular prices.
Eastman Kodaks and supplies. 1(10-4
Grapes, whon properly handled and
cared for are Just now at their finest, but
their time is short. Call at the White
Star Grocery for them, or use cither
'phone. It
Postoflice inspectors have recolved In
structions to furnish data regarding every
anarchist in the Uulted SUtes, to be used
in a'lted Book of Anarchistic Informa
tion," which the government is com
piling. Slaylon's Jubilee Singers aro billed
for an appearance at the court house,
Saturday evening, Nov. It. They aro the
stars o the country and no one should
miss the treat.
A breezy exchange says that the wo
men of a prominent chinch advertised to
give an Ice cream supper and that all the
women would wear bloomer. The men
turned out, including a hundred old sin
ner who hail not been inside a church
since lliey were ch' i-toned. The women
in uieir wnru, out "Diooinera ' were
I'd roses pinned to their bells.
-Following la the list ol letters remain
ing uncalled for iu the Tiounsta, Pa., Post
Ollice, for the week ending Oct. 2.1, 1001:
Mrs. K. Zimmerman, Hannah Holm
burg, Dr. J. II. N'eale.
D. 8. Knox, P. M.
The teachor of Harmony township
will hold a local Institute Nov. 1st and 2d
in the Mothodist Church of West Hick
ory, Pa. A popular entertainment to
which all are cordially invited, will be
rendered on Friday evening, and on Sat
urday many subjects of interest will be
Montion was made in theso columns
two weeks ago to the effect that the
reunion of the Slid Regt. Pa. Vols, would
be held at Kdinboro, Pa., on Oct. 111.
This date is Incorrect. The time will bo
nex t Wednesday, Oct. 3t, Tlioso intend
ing to be prosent should make a noto of
this change.
The Little lllue Book la the most
complete railroad guide book of Pennsyl
vania ever published. It contains the
time tables of every railroad in the Stale,
and the eastern, western, northern and
southern connections of through lines
Published monthly aud corrected to date
of issue. Single coppies mailed for ten
cents. Yearly, one dollar, post paid.
Address, W, P. Hastings, Miltou, Pa.
There's nothing much doing In the
woods'these days, though one can hear a
considerable hanging if he's In the vicin
ity. Birds are pesky scarce, and if you
don't believe it "have a look" for your
self. We know of party of eight stal
wart men who took to the woods t'other
day and the not result was seven birds,
costing by the best system of financiering
at least a dollar a bird. But we had a bar'l
of fun.
There Is a sort of counterfeit tailoring
that undertakes to pas for the real thing;
but when you plaoe your orders with F.
R. Dick you are sure of getting a fall and
winter suit or overcoat that will have the
true tailoring stump about it. We don't
know as carefully made garments cost
any more than the Ill-fitting sort of
clothes, but they ought to, because they
look it. Mr. Dick has a magnificent line
of the new fall suitings and overcoatings.
Some newspapers are continually
hunting up and exposing stingy men.
An exchange is proud of tho lot below
which it has observed; The first will nt
diink as much wator as he wants unless
it come from a neighbor's well. The
second forbids any of his family writing
a bold hand, as it Is a waste of ink to
make large lotters. The third stops the
clock at night to save the wear and tear
of machinery. All of them refuse to
take the newspaper on the ground that It
is such a strain on the spocatcles to read,
The many shooting accidents that re-
Mil'ed fatally in Maine lust year as tho
result of carelessness in handling fire
arms while hunting in tho wood caused
tho Legislature at its session this year to
pass a law w hich, it is expected, will
prevent such accidents. Section 1 of the
law reads as follows: "Whoever while
on a hunting trip, or in pursuit of wild
game or game birds, negligently or care
lessly shoots and wounds, or kills any
human being, shall be punished by im
prisonment not exceding ten years, or
by a fine not exceeding one thousand
A pretty home wedding was held at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W.
Grove on Thursday morning last, when
their daughter. Miss Mav, was united in
marriage to Mr. Frank W. Swauson of
Jamestown, N. Y Rev. J. V. McAninch
of the Presbyterian church performing
tho ceremony. Only the immediate fam
ily was present, aud after the ceremonies
the newly wedded pair took their depart
ure on the 11:25 train. Both the bride
and groom are well and favorably known
to our people, the former being one of
Ttonesta's most papular and charming
young ladies, while the groom's conduct,
steady habits and genteel maimers while
a resident of the place have been greatly
to his credit and won him the respect of
all. After a few days of sight-seeing and
pleasure at the Pan-American and other
places ol interest they will begin house
keeping at Jamestown, where Mr. Swan
son is engaged In business and where the
happy couple will be at home to and wel
come their friends. The Hki'uhmi'ax
joins their largo circlo of friends in ex
tending congratulations and best wishes
for a long and happy future.
(iroiiinl hjr .Machinery.
White lead chalks off; zinc prevents ii;
ground together tney wear twice as long
as li ad alone ; and that Is Devoe. Zinc
and grinding are necessary fur paint. J
I). Davis sells it.
A flyer in the stock market often
prove that riches take unto themselves
F. M. Reck is down from Marien
villo on business.
Mm. J. II. Robertson spent Sunday
with friends in Oil City.
Lister lloleinan is taking in the Pan
Kx. at Buffalo this week.
G. U. Kdluier was a business visitor
to Titusyille last Fiiday.
J. II. Robertson returned from a
short visit to the Pan-Ex.
V. G. Armstrong was up from Frank-
lin to spend Sunday with his lauiily.
Mrs. J. R. Morgan is a guest of rela
tives and friends in Oil City this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Whilohlll of En
deavor were Tionesta visitors last Satur
John II uling of IK'k Haven, Pa., Is
here for a visit with his brothers, J. 11.
and J. P.
Mrs. J. II. Kelly and Miss Nannie
Morrow wero visitors to Oil City hot
Misses Frances and Jusliua Siggins
of West Hickory are Pan-American visi-.
lor this week.
"Undo" Joo Erb of West Hickory
was a pleasant caller at the Kki'I iii.K'an
oflice yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. us B. Evans drove
down from Endeavor for a lew hours visit
in Tionesla, Saturday.
Sum Fitzgerald went to Gruiiderville
Monday to work on tho boat scaiTuld' the
balance of the season.
liar till I lei man has given up his
position on the Oil City street cars and
is home fur the winter.
Mrs. A. 11. Kelly relurnod Monday
from a four weeks' visit with friends in
Cincinnati and Chicago.
Mrs. II. M. Foreman returned Satur
day from a Ihreo weeks' visit with rela
tives in Armstrong county.
James Mclnlyre of Sawyer City,
McKeau county, was circulating among
friends here a part of last week.
J. J. Snyder aud Arthur Hitter of
Titusville were guests at the h me of
(Jeo. W. Ilolemau last Sunday.
Mis.i Tallman and pupils will give a
musicale at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
L. Aguew next Friday evening.
Jury Commissioner Levi Reynolds
of Clarington, was a pleusaut caller at
the Rkpuiimon ollice last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs, Ed Kiser and two
children of Gorman I fill, an taking in
the Psii-Ex. at Bullalo, this week.
Mr. and Mis. R. J. Thompson of
Brock way v ille, were guests of Mr. aud
Mrs. F. R. Lanson a part of last week.
J. G. Bromley and lamily returned
yesterday from a monlh's visit with rela
tives iu Pittsburg, Butler and Mercer.
Mrs. S. J. Zents and son George, of
North Pine Grove, Clarion county, were
business visitors to Tionesla last Wed
nesday. Wm, ft. Reck of Bradford came down
Monday to look after his oil interests in
this locality, and visit a few days with
his mother.
Misses Maudo Butler and May Ban
ner, visitors with Jamestown, N. Y.,
friends lor the past month, returned
home riiursdny.
O. C. Brownell formerly of the Cen
tral House, this place, but lor a number
of years a resident of Jamestown, N. Y.,
has recently moved to Corry, Pa.
Ira Murphy, who has been visiting
his grandfather, Win. Killmer hero fur
the past month, went to Oil City Monday
to take a job of firing on the Pen nay.
Mrs. J. A. Adams returned Monday
evening Irom New Castle, Pa., where
she had hoen as Forest county' delegate
to the State W. C. T. U. convention.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carr of Lotlsville,
and Mrs. Presley Cotton and daughter
Bello of Jamestown, N. Y., wero guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Lanson during the
past week.
Ed. Bumgardiier camo up from Pitts
burg yesterday morning. He will re
turn there Saturday with his family with
the intention of making that place his
future residence.
Mrs. A. W. Richards and baby Wil
liam aud her sister, Miss Birdie Fiirman,
loft Monday evening for Scio, Ohio, for
a few weeks' visit with Ihelrparents. Mr.
Richaids accompanied them as far as
0:1 City.
Harry Foit, of the firm of Heath tC
Felt, was the happiest "dad" In town
last Saturday morning when that iiiuo
pound boy arrived at his domicile, and
tlio cigars which Harry passed around
were all right.
Ex-Coiumisioncr W. A. Conncly
was a pleasant caller yesterday. He has
had charge of a large foice of men on the
Sheffield A Tionesla railroad for nearly a
year past, and now expects to lakes sim
ilar job near Olcan, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gilford and young
son, of Philadelphia, are guests at the
home of Mrs. Gilford's brother, J. A.
Adams. Mr. G, is a brigadier in IheSalva
tion Army, and is here to recuperate for
a couple of weeks, his health having been
somewhat impaired of late.
Mrs. A. M. Doutt and Mrs. J. P.
Grove entertained a large party of their
lady friends at a five o'olock tea last
Friday evening at the home of tho latter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Robertson enter
tain) d a goodly number of friends at
dominoes on Wednesday ovanitig of last
Public A net Inn Sale. -
The undorsigiied will oiler at public
sale on his promises, two miles from
Starr post ollice, Kingslcy township, on
Saturday, Nov. 2, HKll, beginning at 1
o'clock p. m., the following: One team
horse, weight 2l!0fl, cow and calf, pair
heavy double harness, pair light sleds,
pair heavy sleds, heavy wagon, buggy,
cutter, light single breast hamoss, two
wrapper chains, grabs, Champion mow
ing machine, plow, spring tooth harrow,
cultivator, sickle grinder for mowing
machine, log cart, grind stone, hay fork,
heavy hip robe, several tons hay and
straw, corn-fodder, oats, potatoes, etc.,
and many other things too numerous to
Terms Sum of $5 and under, cash ;
over $", three months time upon approv
ed security. Sums over $10 two percent,
oil' for cash. W. L. Omiooii.
Zinc anil (irltiiliiig make
Dovoe Lead and Zinc Paint wear twice
as long as lead and oil mixed by ham!.
Dwelling House Burned.
The dwelling bouse of David Platncr,
located on the Daniel Rustler farm, in
Hickory township, took lire on Sunday
afternoon last, and was completely de
stroyed, together with every particle of
his household goods. Mr. Platuer was
away Irom home at the time, and the on
ly ones about were Mrs. Plainer and
daugh or, who Mere unable to do any
thing in the way of arresting the flames
which had gaiued considerable headway
when discovered. There was no insur
ance ou either the bouse or contents, aud
Mr Planter's loss of $700 or fSK) is a total
oue, aud falls heavily upon him at this
The chemical works have begun run
ning full time. The first charcoal was
shipped last week. The plant makes
very neat appearance, a they have all
the modern conveniences, the hide plant
being lit by eloctricity. Work on the
new store is being pushed rapidly for
ward, and tho meat market also.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fox were calling
on C. F. Fox Sunday.
A slight wreck occurod on S. A T. Sat
urday last, cauced by a defective switch
at Bear creek. The baggage car was de
railed but no one was hurt.
We expect soon to have mail carried
by tho R. R, Co., as the engineers are
measuring the distance from this place to
Sheffield this week.
The Maytoit Jubilee Slnger-i.
This greatest company of colored ar
tists in America will open the lecture
course at court house, Saturday evening,
Nov. 0. These nlno marvelous colored
artists, who are unsurpassed by any of
their race, are in constant demand from
the Atlantic to the Pacific. Eacli mem
ber of the company is a musician, all
have rich, nialodioua voices. They pre
sent a program of old plantation melo
dies and new "coon" songs that lull the
ind into sweet peace and cause the
heart strings to loosen.
At t.ie Chicago auditorium, when the
Original Illaek Pattl"sang''A way Down
on the Suwanee River," she tried to leave
the stage, but revived audi an encore
that, stage manager or no stage manager,
she was forced to come out and sing"An-
nie Laurie." Praise to ono is an Injustice
to all, because they aro all chock-full of
melody. Don't fail to hear them.
Three .Men Drowned.
James Duncan, Win. Ditiimick and
Edward Hoover, were very myster
iously drowned in the Allegheny river
near Fox burg. Thoy startod out last
Wednesday night to spear fish, and their
upturned boat and other evidences
left no doubt but that they were all
drowned. The search for the bodies of
the unlortunate men was vigorously
prosecuted by friends, and on Satur
day night last the bodies of Hoover
and Dhiiiiiick were recovered several
hundred yards below where they aro
supposed to have fallen into the river.
Hoover was a resident of Petrolla, Pa.
and Dimmick was from St. Petersburg.
Duncan was once a noted baseball player,
aud a member of the Oil and Iron
Latek The body of Duncan has been
recovered, having been lound lu 20 feet
of water not far from where those of his
companions were taken out. This ad
ditional Information is gleaned from the
Derrick's report : From the condition of
the surroundings of the boat and bodies
the men had been engaged in dynamiting
fish when tb3 accident occurred. All
three were sober and expert swimmers.
This fact caused them to trust themselves
in a small row boat that would not have
been sale for one to havo used. In the
pocket of one of tho victims was found a
stick of dynamite with fuse, which gave
the first clew to the dynamite theory.
It is believed that one of the party threw
in a lighted charge of the dynamite and
that the rocking that followed the act of
tbrowim. caused the cockshell of a boat to
tip over and that when tho dynamite "let
go" they were so badly stunned or hurt
by the explosion that they were unable
to help themselves. It is a known fact
that dynamite exploded under water is
not audible a short distance away and the
lad that no explosion was heard by per
sons ashore Is not remarkable. There
was no alarm given by any of the party
which would naturally be the case had
the men been thrown into the water and
only swimming to save themselves.
Kulh, the nine-j ear-old daughtor ol
Mr. and Mrs. Houior Smith, of En
deavor, Pa., died on Thursday last, and
was buried in the cemetery at East Hick
ory, on Saturday. The child was ap
pearanily recovering from an attack of
measles, and had taken a backet from
which she never regained concionsness.
Dearest Ruthie, thou hast left iik.
And thv loss we deeply feel,
Yet 'tis God that hath bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal.
Vet again we hope to meet tl.ee
When the day of life is tied,
Then In heaven with joy to greet thee,
Vi hero no farewell tear is shed.
w. R. w.
In this connection the parents wish to
thank the neighbors aud friends for the
kindness shown them in this sad be
reavement. There are It to H Ounces
more in paint of D.'voo'a Gloss Carriage
Paint than in others that's why they
wear longer. Extra weight means heav
iur body. Sold by James D. Davis, tf
Neys from Erie.
"Tho naino 'Wano' should bo changed
to wonder, a It has done wonders for
me. Dr. C. II. Harvey, Erie, Pa."
W ano Electric Oil. a guaranteed rem
edy lor Neuralgia, Skin Disease, Injuries,
Tains and Sprains. tf
Brain-Food onsen sc.
Another ridii uloiis food fad ha been
branded by the most competent authori
ties. They have dispelled tho Hilly notion
that one kind ol food is needed for the
brain, another for muscles, and still an
other for hones. A correct diet will not
only nourish a particular part of the
body, but it will sustain every other part.
Yetj however good your food may be. Us
nourishment is uesiroved by indigestion
I or dyspepsia. You must prepare for
j their appearance or prevent their coming
' by taking legular doses of Oreon's Aiiij
, ust Flower, the favorite medicine of tho
I healthy millions. A few doses aids di
I iresiioii. pmitles tho blood, msken votl
feel buoyant a d vigorous, tint Greou'a
Special Almanac.
List of Jurors, '. Term, 1901.
Atwell, Geurge 1)., farmer, Hickory.
Anderson, Charles, farmer. Jenk.
Bailey, Henry, laborer. Harmony.
Bryan, C. A., clerk, Harmony.
Bailey, John, farmer, Hickory.
Brown, W. S., farmer. Harmony.
Christiansen, E. E., blacksmith, Jeuks.
Campbell, W. J., laborer, Borough.
Eiserman, Ira, laborer, Jenk.
Ualbreath, S , farmer, Hickory.
Huling, Setb, laborer, Green.
Haslet. S. II. merchant, Borough.
Harrison, Perry, farmer. Kingslcy
Hattel, Vi. C, farmer, Barnelt.
Handy, A. J., farmer, Harmony.
Jones, O. J., farmer, Harmony.
Mohney, M. R., laborer, Green.
Nelson, Gust, conductor, Jenk.
Parsons, J. J., farmer, Jenk.
Kyud, Patrick, farmer, Green,
Rhodes, D. C, farmer, Tionesla tp.
Thompson, R. J., laborer, Jenks.
Yail, John S., farmer, Haruiany.
Walker, F. P., engineer Borough.
Berlin, J. H., fanner, Kingsley.
Barnes, Leonard, farmer, Kingsley.
Bovard, Charles, laborer, Borough.
Buirows, C, blucksiuith, Howe.
Burhenn, John, farmer, Kingsley.
Bell, J. Scott, producer, Jenks.
Carson, R. O., farmer, Harmony.
Carl in, P. C, teamster. Harmony.
Durnell, Solomon, laborer, Jenks.
Emick, Stephenson, farmer, Harmony.
Eldridge, Charles I)., farmer, Jeuks.
Emert, Andrew farmer. Hickory.
Emert, N. It., farmer, Tionesla tp.
. Fredrick, E. It., tanner, Jenks.
Fogle, W. R., laborer, Harmony,
liudley, John, farmer, Harnett.
Greeuewalt, J, J., fanner, Barnett.
Greenhill, R. W., laborer, Barnelt.
lielsemau, George, tarmer, Green,
Hunter, Charles, laborer, Tionesla tp.
Iluber, L. Y., farmer, Barnett.
Jones, ('. M., laborer, Jenk.
Johnson, John, laborer, Howe.
Jainieson, Quint., lumberman, lioro.
Keifl'er, S, H., laborer. Hickory.
Leech, J. E., clerk, Jenks.
Morgan, Win., laborer, Rorough.
Mercilliott, P, V farmer, Jenks.
Moore, Perry, farmer, Green.
Neil, Sye, farmer. Harmony.
Ralston, James, tanner, Harmony,
Swab, James, farmer, Tionesla tp.
Shipe, John, farmer, Jeuks.
Siggins, A. J., farmer, Harmony,
Spitz, Alfred, foreman, Jenks.
Turner, F. P Insurance agent, Jeuks.
Williams, Philo, larmer, Barnett.
Walton, Amos, laborer, Jenks.
U'illianiH, F. L., laborer, Barnett.
Whitehill, W. S., teamster, Howe.
Woodrutr, Chas. A., laboier, Howe,
Wilton, C. H., J. P., Jenks.
Winker, Edward, farmer, Gr -en.
Zeller, II. (J., Merchant, Jenks.
I'uh He Sale.
The undersigned will sell at auction on
his pr inises on German Hill, Tionesla
townshio, on Saturday, Cetolier 2(1, If Nil a
beginning at IU o'clock a. in., the follow
ing: One team of horses, wieght about 2700
pounds, set of heavy double harness, set
of light do.ible harness, Met of light single
hurnes, heavy wagon with two eels
of wheels, high aud truck wheels,
pair havy holm, wagon box and rack,
top buggy good as new, horse rake, mow
ing machine, pair tackle-blocks and lines,
lot of wrapper chains, fanning mill,
plow, harrow, cultivator, saddle, and lot
of tools loo numerous to mention. Also
4 cows, 3 two-year-old heilers, 2 yearling
heifers, i spring calves and a lot of nice
chickens. My farm is also fur sale at a
fair price and on ea-y 'ertns.
Tkii.ms Made known on day of sale.
A. W. Stkoiw.
Slrlikrn Wild Paralysis.
Henderson Griinett, of this place, was
stricken with partial paralysis and com
pletely lost the use of one arm and side.
Alter being treated by an einiiiant phys
ician for quite a while without a rebel,
inv wife recommended t'hamperlaiu's
Pain Balm, and alter using two botlles of
it he is almost entirely cured. Geo. K.
McDonald, Man, Logan county, W. Va.
Several other very remarkable cures ol
partial paralysis have been ellected by
the use of this liniment. It is most
widely known, however, us a cure for
rheumatism, sprains and Bruises. Sold
bv Killmer Bros. Tionesta, and W, G.
Wilkins, West Hickory.
Saw Mill for Sale.
We have at our mill below Warren one
complete saw mill, equipped with Sterns'
spring sets, and al.o.lier lighter mill
which we will dispose of at a very
reasonable rate. Anyone desiring to
purchase a mill will do well to cad and
examine them or address us either at
Warren or Tionesla.
tf. Wahrkn Litmiikk Company.
McBETH COOK A t Cooksburg, Oct.
17, 1001, Rev. Ulyssis L. Lyle officiat
ing, Mr. Robert R. McBeth and Misa
Ella Cook, both of Cooksburg, Forest
county. Pa.
SWANSON'-GROVE-At the residence
oflhebrldo's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur W. Gmvo, Tionesta, Pa., Thurs
day, October 17, hull. Rev. .1. V. Mc
Aninch officiating, Mr. Frank W.
Swauson of Jamestown, N. Y. and Miss
May Grove.
TIO.MWTA MVltliirrf-i
Flour "j? sack l.nOfl.flA
(Torn meal, feed, 1 100 lb 4.3.-1
Corn meal, family. V LKJ II ' 1.50
Chop feed, pure grain I.:V
Outs (q) .4!
Corn, shelled .75
Buckwheat Hour, y fh .24
Beans r bushel 2..VI
Ham, sugar cured ,15
Bacon, sugar eu red .14
Shoulders .10
Salt Pork, ' tli .12
Whitehall kit .00
Sugar Mi) .14
Svrup 25(11 .511
N. O. Molasses .:tVj, .50
Coffee, Roast Itio I2jf0(l5
Coffee, blended Java .25
Tea :iflfii .50
Butler (i.2u
Rice .0.-hi.iim
Eggs, fresh a. .25
Salt barrel Lftn
Lard .12
Potatoes, "pi bushel .75
Potatoes, Sweet f ft .2
Lime barrel 00(g(l.li
Nail V keg 2.75
Wanted-An Idea si
Prcct ynur Mpim; thry itiiit hrltiK vu wenlth.
Wrtw JOHN WtUI'KHIll'KN Cii , pt. nt Aft-F
Dy, Wahlniru.ri, D. '..f-r lhlr gl.Hut prig oflt-r
Mid Lll ol iwu bunaraU liiveuiuu wiuiumI.
Three Day
Our More Will he liM-k l ull nf
For liiiriifM, .Mi and Children.
. . . FVF.lt YICOItY IXYlTFIl. . . .
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
Oct. 31, Nov. 1 and 2.
Great Kid Glove Value.
ThiK "Sovereign" of ours nt l.0! h strong, heavy knl -well wtapteri
for street wwr, Tho White of it, however, in uiarif ol u lighter weight
kid and inn kef a very nhi iHtnetory lov- lor evening wear.
Black Mercerized Skirts
Invoices show some thirty Do.'ii MerCfrized Skirt in transit. So lo
Ket the present slock "odd sizes" out of the way and start the season
with entire new atoca, the iullnw inn prh-e reductions:
$2.5(1 Black Skirt -aeco.-de n lr itiul rullle tJl iM
t-.l' Black Skirt-boul.le ai'conlii' n pleated rullle $2,11)
$4.00 Black Skirt-nradiiaied icc.iidi'nn pleated llounce,wilh
rui'hiiin trimmed rulll.i vei v I'lahmaie $: !!!
$7.50 Silk Skirls $1 1HI
$5. 50 Silk SKirts $ I.IK)
$;V5n Blue .Silk Skirt -curded tloui ja.W
$7.50 Red anr! Lawmlcr Silk Skirts deep tlm ce, cdued
with doll III - row of rullh's $1.00
Silk Waists--$3.98
Three colo n , Komh, IChiI, Tan and hUt-k new wuinl; tiii'kml hark
and front, with double row of corded luvkn hetween; new bislinn hIovhb
Spoke ahntit the Kuth a week aii' the way they'te Helling hIiowh the
contidHiii'e the people have in anyihiuu ihi store undertaken.. Kind nf
fur, the renHonahlenes ol pri i w hat s Helling them. Buy your Kurt
early and have the good nf thetn the entire season.
The larjre Chenille Dot ones White on Blai K, Blai k on White, all
Black, White on Brown, White on Blue, etc uoml assortment here now,
Write lor Samples. Tele, hone, either line, 257
Killmer Bros.
New Fall and Winler Goods
We have put I'irili ecery cfl'.ri in huvinu our new jju'kI
to buy i nly thai which is best Milled to the community
and to the tastes of our palmns, ami we have bought low
an Ihat we may sell luff Wd in vile you to inspect our
new stock of
We carry the Freshest Drugs aud l'aldiil Medicines, Finest lVrlnines aud
Toilet Articles, I'ainls, Oils, Varnishes ami Wall I'.ipcr.
An Ad With
a Moral
The mission of a wutcli is tn keep lime. What kind of
time do you lliink a chi ap watch keeps.
Nt, lo a greater or less exicnl, all duthing looks alike.
Some dealers would have yuj believe that cheap clothing
wears as well as our kind of cli tlnnn They might just as well
claim that an M5u wiiich will k up as good time as a $'25 one.
.The iiiissinii nf a suit or an overcnul is to make a ir.an
luok well and hi' I well. To do this fiir a sal islactory length of
time, it must he shaped by hand and manipulated all through
by adepts in the art uf inilorin.
It t'nsla mure lo make a reliuhle Hatch than oue that goes
heller skelter, and ynu can't get a yuar'a weir' ml of a "$.'J!!8
worth 120 00" Suit or Overcoat.
Nuw for the moral Buy your clothes as you would n
watch. Buy the Inst you can all irl nut necessarily the nmst
expensive Our suits and overcoats nt from 87 to 825 have all
the virtues of correct style and lung wearing ipiality, although
the lirsl class mi'icliant tailors, because of their limited facili
ties, have to a.-k 82-r) to 810 f'T duplicating them,

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