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i This week we are showing some very pretty i but usclul specimens of Indian handiwork in the way of baskets, beginning in size with the toy f basket at 5c, holding a handful and running up ' from that in increasing size and price to the large hampers intended lor receiving' soiled j clothing, which sells for 2.00. There are also ji articles for use and ornament constructed from birch bark and sweet grasses, decorated with f porcupine quills dyed in various colors. The ? Indians are the only people who have ever found any use for that curious animal the hedge-hog, although in one State in the Union they are protected by a law that is more stringently en- r forced than any other game law but that is f another story and interesting enough to be worth looking up. This lot ot Indian ware was ji intended for the holiday trade, but coming in , early we decided to display it now. ij THE FEdBMXCW THE FOREST REPUBLICAN. WEDNK8DAY, NOVEMHKK 17, l!KU. FIRE INSURANCE T. AMI . . REAL ESTATE AGENCY op.. C. M. MIR k SON, TlOSESTA, PA. All Lending Companies Itepresented. Wll'l Lands, Farms, Ifouttes Jt Lots for Sale or Jlent. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. New Advertisementx. Jamea. Ail. Iiaiiiniern. A1. KotiliiHciii. Ail. Devoe A Co. Homier. Heath t Kelt. Iah-mIh. Clarion Normal. I, oral. Siniirt A Silberberir. Ail. . Ilnpklna. Ail. mil locals. White Star Urncery. locala. Tioiieata l' -ah Store. L -cala. I,. S. t M. S. Itv. Two locals. --Oil market closed at Oil ami gas leases at this office. Yon can get It al Hopkins' slow. Gen. (lonlon at court hnuae. Pee. 4tb. Lailiea skirts sulutauil jackets, bent atylosat T. C. 8. It Sho' RU ia for rout ami amunilion for sale at White Star (Irocery. tf The tlnet tub oyators to he hail in town at the Whito Star Urncery. It If il'ii a new bat you'ro after tli.'awelt tiling in that line is kept here. Hop k.na. it Tbor 'Online anil accuracy mark the work done at the Clarion State Nor mal Sen ol. It Kvery purchase at TioneaU Cash Store saves you money and paves the way to prosperity. It Rubber shoes anil boots the best bramls In the market at the lowest price In town at Hopkins". It J. W. Hires will have his photograph grllery at this pi are open for business every Friday until fintlier notice. tf A mother usually loves her son, but she Is soon compelled to draw the line at picking wild ducks and sk lining rabbits. Wolcott A Son have a rig up and are about ready to drill on the WaWon tract, west side of the river In Timieata town ship. The Risrriii.if an's turkey is evi ilently being stall-fed, as wo have seen nothing of it yet. Hut Christinas is coming. When yon want nice job of print ing done in a style that will reflect credit on your business, com" to the Rkpuiim i ax office. We do no botch woik. -Rev. O. II. Sickle of the M. K. church will preach the union Thanks giving sermon in the Free Methodist church Thursday morning at 10::0. A -o.ilial invitation is extended to all. There is no scarcity of turkeys in these parts for Thanksgiving purposes. The main point is to get the price where with to bring the great. North American bird within range of the carving knife. The second rise in the river is more than sufficient to let out all the craft left over from the other run, besidea lining oil all the pieces that were "hung tip." It means i-omtherable to our lumbermen. The school 01 the borough will close to-morrow for Thanksgiving, and the vacation will extend till Monday. Most of the business places in the borough will also be closed a greater portion of the day. Paul Ileplcr, one of the bartenders at the Exchange Hotel, was taken to the il City Hosnital yesterday morning. He has not been well for a few Uaya and showed symptoms of typhoid fever Franklin News. Revival meetings have been going on for the past two weeks at the M. K. church, Rev. O. It. Nicklo officiating. The attendance has been quite largo and the interest.which has been uite marked, is on the increase. The changes of time which occured on the Lake Shore and Michigan South ern Railway, November 3, gives passen gers from Pleasantville, Titiisville, War ren, Tidioute and Tinnesta, reaching Oil City a'miit noon, a line connection f,n the 1:5) p. m. train for M rcer, Butler, New dalle, (Jreenville. Sharp.villc, Sharon and lonngstown, arriving at latter points One oi the Hues in the boiler at the Mantle works burned out last Thursday. Our people were without their regular 1:00 a. in. alarm, and quite a number who have been depending on this whistle to awaken them were late arising. Remember the lecture of General Gordon at court house next Wednesday evening Dec. 4, "Last Day a of the Con federacy." This celebrated lecture ha never disappointed any one, and those who miss it will wish they hadn't. There is a raovemetit on foot to gut up another of those delightful home tal ent entertainments and we hope It will be a success. Our amateur performances are far superior to any of th so-called proiessioual shows that come here. -Following is the list ol letters remain ing uncalled for In I lie Tionrnta, Pa., Post Olllce, for the week ending Nov. 17, lixil: Mr. Kd. Bauingardner, Mr. William Myers, J. W. Myers, Miss M. Wiggina, I card. I). 8. Knox, P. M. A fine layout of good tilings for lhanksgiving will be found at the White Star Grocery. Celory, cranberries, sweet potatoes, assorted nuts, oranges, etc., and all that goes to make the turkey dinner complete. H Capt. Geo. Stowe W. R. C, No. IS", will hold its ngular meeting Tuesday evening, Dec. 3d, instead or Wednesday. The election ol officers for the ensuing year will take place. All members are requested to be present. The new train on tho Lake Shore A Michigan Southern Railway, leaving li City at 1:55 p. in., makes connections at Ashtabula for all points Kast and West, arriving at New York, Boston and Chi cago early the next morning and Cleve land and Toledo same evening. John Weaver, for the past 7 or 8 years a respected resident or Marienville, died on Thursday last after an illness ol sever al mouths. Mr. Weaver was a mule, as Is also his wire, who survives him. Three bright little children are also left to mourn the loss of a good lather. Always read the advertisements In the Kkpuhlii'ax carefully. They are changed almost every week and are kept newsy and fresh. All the leading mer chants are represented and you will make no mistake in patronizing them. You can always llnd just what you want. There will be, under law passed by the legislature ol 1895, twenty-five thous and copies of the Sinull's Hand Hook printed for the use or the public schools. The books are now being sent to the de partment of Public Instruction for distri bution, each school room in the Stale be ing supplied with one. Gen. John B Gordon who lectures here Deo. 4, was one or Gen. Lee's niimt trusted aids and had a large experience in (he war which be gives in an interest iiig and instructive manner. Kvery G. A. R. man will want to hear Mm, It is a rare opportunity to hear one or the last or the prominent participants in the civil war. Liveryman Cantleld has somewhat of a curiosity in shape of a three-months-old puppy with but ono leg the left front one. The puppy lias a well developed head and a lalrly well formed body. It is healthy, eats well and seems as happy as any regular dog. "Shelf got the monstrosity from some party in Har mony township, this being tho only de formed canine in a litter or several pup pies. General Gordon la a speaker or mng nelic eloquence, and the scone in the tab ernacle last night was more like that at a spring political meeting than at a mere lecture. The audience was at times aroused to the highest pilch of enthusi asm. General Gordon is lull or fire, and hiH style of oratory has a southern wnrinth, dash, brilliancy and force not often to be found in Northern speaker. N. Y. Tribune. Gen. Gordon lectures at the Court House, Tionesta, Wednes day, Dec. 4. I'on't fail to bear him. Some of the little fellows up at the County Home have been amusing them selves of late by setting traps ror coons, 'possums, woodc-bucks, etc., and although their success baa not been or the best they've had considerable run out or it. The other morning they were down near the river to look at their traps, when they espied a bear climbing a tree. Hurrying to the bouse they apprised Supt. Paup of their discovery, who soon had a posse of men and boys with guns and other imple ments of warfare on the march to the scene of conflict. After a very thorough search or the premises the tracks or a coon were discovered near where the boys saw the "ber," but bruin was no where to he found, and w hen the sad- hearted psrty returned visions of roast i b'sr for Thanksgiving had vanished. Rut it was a mighty close call. I A man who pisys cards for a living never has anything except the backache. 1 The New Bethlehem Ltader face tiously remarks that If fuels csn bo based on reports. Clarion can now look into bright future, as a rallroa I Into the town is acertainty. We get cur information from some of the good farmers of Lime. stone township, who are already prepar Ing ror the boom by planting acorns to grow trees for ties. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCrea have been called upon to mourn the sudden leath, Irom toiisilltls, of the:r youngest daughter, Mary, who was taken Monday night at 8 o'clock. The child was aged five years, and was the pet or the bona,- bold. She was taken sick on Sai unlay with all the symptoms or tonsilitis, or quiiisy.and being troubled with enlarged tonsils from early infancy made her case almost hopeless from the first. The be reaved parents and family have the heartfelt sympathy of all our people in this affliction. Last Thursday I.. II. Mensch of Marienville, who was attending court as a witness, dislocated his arm at the shoulder Joint in a peculiar manner. Having sat in the court room for some time he became somewhat restless and threw back his arms for a good "stretch," when one of them slipped out or the socket at the shoulder. A physician be ing handy the dislocation was replaced, and Mr Mensch waa able to start for home that evening, though he will likely experience considerable pain and an noyance before recovering completely. The ladies oftbe Leeper L O. T. M. Hive were entertained, Tuesday after noon of last week at the home or Mrs. vVllliatn George Koss or Crown. Afior working for two hours U)n the pat ri lie quilt presented to the Hive by the host ess, the lsdies entered a spirited con test in the artistic dressing of clay pipes to represent well known characters. The first prize was awarded to Mrs. Spence of Leeper, and the second to Mrs. Kerr, also of Leeper. The other guests present were Mrs. James Melvln Sloan of Crown, Mrs. Smyth Daubenspeck, and Miss Smyth of Goliuza. Court adjourned on Thursday even ing ol last week having disposed of all the business that wasreidyfor hearing. The case of Jones vs. Patterson, on trial when our report closed was decided in favor of defendant. Case of J. B. Watson vs. J. E. Beck resulted in a verdict for the rlsintiff for ;3.VJ r7. The case of M. E. Knight vs. J. P. Caslner, lax collector of Jenks township resulted in a verdiei for the plaintiff lor fjuo. This was a case In which Mr. Castner as collector had levied upon and sold somepersonul prop erty belonging to the plaintiff which Ihe court decided was irregular. Tho man who has laud suited to chestnut and hickory trees can do his Children and bis children's children a good service by setting out plenty of hickory and chestnut trees, sensibly re marks an exchange. Tho demand for hickory and ehestnuta grows steadily. There is no sign that it will ever cease. As the cities become every year biguer in 'irnpnrtion to the woods, so the supply of forest nuts falls farther and farther short of 'he wants ir the American peo ple. The result is high prices, high enough beyond question, to make land very profitable if covered with good hickory or chestnut trees. Are you in business? It so, let us ask you how often in your lile have you been Induced to purchase an article or mako an investment bv reading a hand bill or dodger? asks a sensible exchange. That is a fair question. Isn't itf N'uw give it a thought before you answer it. Then, cu tho other band bow often has a well written advertisement in a newspaper caused you to do one or the other? Again, how much ottoner do you read newspaper advertisements than you do handbills or dodgers? Now you are only one of the human race, and your fellow men arojust like you. If the news paper advertising is best, and it pays to advoitiae, thin why not try the ItKl'l'll- MCAN. The furmer who is satisfied with salted pork Instead of the sugar-cured article is not living up to his opportun ities. Any farmer who has bogs to kill can have sugar cured pork if he wants it. The hams, side meat and shoulder should each have a separate bari el for best re sults. For each 100 pounds of moat lake ten gallons of water, eight pounds of salt, rour pounds of brown sugar and one ounce of saltpeter; boil all logcther and let it cool. Rub meat with tine salt, pack closely in a barrel and weight it down. Leaving It iu the brine six weeks makes it all rghl tor eating, and then it is lifted, drained and smoked. After that it is good enough for a king or anybody. Says an authority. It ha been reported on good author ity that Frank Woodard, one of tint mur derers of Chief of Police McGrath on the morning of Nov. II, 1S!W, has been heard from at a small mining town in West Virginia. The local authorities were ap prised of his whereabouts, hut he had disappeared before he could be arrested. He waa recognized by an Glean, N. Y., man who knew Woodard when he lived there and who is working in a West Vir ginia hotel where be stopped recently. Woodard SDent one night there and de parted tho next morning. He goes heavily armed carrying two revolvers, one in bis left trousers' pocket, and the other, a large six-shooter, in bis belt. He had plenty of money upon this occasion. The theory is advanced that he is a mem ber of a gang of hank robbers which has been operating in sections ol West Vir ginia and Ohio, not fur distant from the place Woodard visited upon the occasion above referred to. Sale-blowing is right in that bandit's line and tho fact thai he was "Hush" would seem to indicate that "business" had been good. The local authorities have not abandoned the hope or capturing Wooc'ard, and it is not at all unlikely that he will eventually be brought to Justice Titiisville Herald. rlps Ike C'ssali and warkssll' Ike ( aid. Laxative Bromo-tjuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, ro pay. Price S cents. 1 1 -27-ly Poisoned From the Rile ol (nl. Mrs. Panial Porter, residing near War ren, Pa., in putting a cat from th) house after It had a fit. received a serious bite in her thumb. Her whole arm became! swollen and highly inflamed. She at once j had ii reduced and in a Tew days cured, t by applying freely. Wano Electric Oil, j The remedy is guaranteed for injuries.; skin disease, .Analgia, sores, rhou.na- lism, catartli, bayfever, clo. Z-'m a bottlo. I YOU AMI 101K FKItXDS. J. F. Proper left last Friday for a trip to Ihe North and West. Mrs. A. 0. Kelly was a visitor to Oil City Saturday afternoon. S.T. Carson waa in Meadville on business a part of last week, Mrs. John N. ble visited her parents at West Hickory last Saturday, F. P. Amsler was a business visitor to Oil City yesterday afternoon. H. C. Giering was up from Oil City to spend Sunday with his wife. T. F. Ritchey, E-q., was a business visitor to Warren last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Robertson wero visitors to Oil City last Saturday. T. D. Collins of Nebraska waa in Warren on business last Saturday. Miss Mary Denslinger of Oil City is a guest of Mrs. C. F. Weaver at Hotel Weaver. Miss Edith Sutley of West Hickory was a guest or Miss Blanche Pease lsst Saturday. Mrs. G. W. Duukle ifc up from Oil C:ty on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. X!. H. Killmer. Mia Nettie Giering or Ploasantville, is a guest or her sister, Mrs K. C. Heath for a few daya. Mrs. F. W. Swanson or Jametown.N. Y., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Grove. -W. C. Huey or North Warren was a guesi of his daughter, Mrs. Chan. Allium a part or last week. Mrs. W. J. Eider and Mrs. F. E. Sut ley of West Hickory were Tionesta vis itors last Saturday. Chas, R, Bowman, manager of the Mantle works, was a business visitor t) Tidioute last Saturday. Chas. Aniann toe plumber is in Mar ienville this week fitting up a bath room for ti e Keystone House. Misses Kathleen and Mary Joyce en tertained a number of young people at cards last Thursday evening. Mrs. A. M. Sweet or Conewango, N. Y., is a guest at the home or her parents, Key. and Mrs. O. H. Nickle. E. D. Wssson left Monday for Con tinent Lake, Pa., where he has a contract ror drilling a number of wells. Misa Elizabeth J. Stewart ol Pitts burg, a former resident or Tionesta, is paying a visit to Mrs. S. M, Henry. P. V. Mercilliot or Marienville gave us a pleasant call while In the county seat in attendance at court last week. F. L. Williams or Clarlngton was a pleasant caller at the Rkpuiimcan office while in attendance at court last week. Caleb Middlet'in, of Kast Hickory, Forest county, was beie over Sunday visiting his cousin, C. C. Middleton. Einlenton Herald. ("ius B. Evans or Endeavor and Wal ter P. Crouch or East Hickory wore pleasant callers at the Rkpl'hi.ioan of- tice last Thursday. George Hilseman, ot Nebraska, gavii the Kki'i ui.icam office a pleasant call last Friday, having finished the week's duty at court. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter and blldren were down from Grunderville over Sunday visiting Mrs. 11 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mitchelen.at Nebraska! Amos Hopkins and daughters Ger trude and Mable were guests of his uncle Joseph Mong of the township during the past two weeks. During bis stay Mr. Hopkins helped to kill two deer. - Nick Ikenburg ol German Hill made a visit to the Oil City Hospital last Sat uiday to have Ins thumb attended to. He is getting along all right and expects to be able to use bis hand in a short time. Geo. Holetnan, Chas. Emlck and Will Hunter left Monday morning for Fatincetown where they will begin the drilling of two or three wells during the in xt month or two, for Wolcott it Son and Heath and Killmer. Mrs. George Hensbaw, ror the past six months with her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Johnston, left Monday for Bristeria, Green county, Pa., to join her husband and where they expect to make their future home. Mr. F. K. La n son, who has not been in the best ot health for some time, sub mitted lo a very critical operation on Monday of this week. The chief aurceon was Ur. Russell of Cincinnati, assisted by Dra. Lupher and Hatch of Pleasantville, and Dr. Dunn of Tionesta. Tho opera tion was eminently successful the pa tient rallying uiu ly from Ihe shock, and her friends 'will b pleased to learn she is on a fair way to complete restoration to health. An Endeavor friend writes us that L. J. Osgood, Sr., "rccolved word from his son, L. J., Jr., who left here on the 5th hist., fir the State of Washington, and is pleased to note that he reached there in safely, having bad a fine trip, well worth any man's time and expense to make. He gives a glowing account of the coun try as far as be has a. en it, and expects soon to look alter some oT those tracts of mammoth timber. L. J. baa the bst wishes of his many friends that lie will meet success in all his undertakings." A Measuring Pari jr. The ladies of Cspt. Slow Relier Corps have issued invitations to a large number or people to attend a "Measuring Party" at the home or Mrs. Jennie E. Agnew, on Vine St., on Friday evening or next week, Dec. Gib. The proceeds or this novel party are to be devoted to the "in firmary fund" oftbe Memorial Home in ISrookvillo, Pa. A measuring party is best described ill the following lines which adorn the invitation: "A measuring party is given for you, Something Interesting as well as hew ; The invitation is with the sack, For use in sending or bring. ng ha k A nickle for each foot you're tall. Measure yourself in door or wall. An Kxtia cent for each inch give And thereby show how high you live. Willi music and games, refreshments and pleasure We'll meet one and all at our party of measure. A Prize for Ihe tallest couple we'll give And one for the shortest as sure as you live. We truly hope you will attend. And to ihe W. it. C. your measure lend." Hwml Twice too Jlurh. M,1)t Ir0erty-owiicrs spend tw ice too m,mey " ptlnt ; aome. lose more V(.t ,y iK-elpVt of it. Devoe lead and zinc - . . , . , . M B,,i t'"'e " lonK " lp'1 ",, oil' 80,(1 by J. D. Davis. A B'orlhj Citizen Pusses Arty. James McGaOigan, one of West Hicko ry's must highly respected citizens, died at his home in that place on Sunday.Noy. 24, l'.sil, at 2 o'clock p. in., of a complica tion of diseases incident to advanced years. Mr. MeGafflgan was born in Portland, Maine, Dec. Z'i, 1HJ3. and would have reached the age or 78 bad be lived a month longer. He removed from there to New Jersey, here be resided fir some time, and in 1X51 was united in marriage with Misa Isabella Nugent, who, with one adopted daughter, Mrs. F. A. Wood, of West Hickory, survives him. In 1HA5 lie moved to Beuninghoof run, on Oil creek, and afterward to Pleasantville, Pa., where the family resided uutil 1882, when they removed to Dal I tow u. Forest county. Here they resided until about two years ago when they took up their residence in West Hickory. Mr. McGaftigan was an industrious and exemplary citizen, respected and be loved ty all who knew bun. Besides bis devoted wife a large circle of friends are left to mourn bis dealb. He waa a mem ber of Olive Lodge, No. 5."i7, F. A. M., which order has charge of the funeral which is being held to-day. After short services at the bouse conducted by Rev. Mr. Nickle of the M. E. Church, or which the deceased was a devoted and consistent member, the remains will be conveyed to Pleasantville, where the interment will take place in accordance with the ritual or the Masonic fraternity. Kev. Irl K. Hicks la .Not Dead. Notwithstanding a widely current ru mor Ilia the Kev. Irl R. Hicks was dead, he nev. r was in better health, and never did a harder and more successful year's work than that Just closing. He has ust completed bis large and splendid Alma nac for 1W2 and, with his staff of able helpers, has brought his Journal, Word and Works, justly torwarii into Inter national reputation. For a quarter ol a century Mr. Hicks baa grown in reputa tion and usefulness as the people's as tronomer and forecaster of storma and the character of coining seasons. Never were his weather forecasts so sought after as now, his timely warning of a serious drouth tb's year having saved the people from loss and Buffering. Millions of bushels of wheat were harvested through bis advice to plant crops that would ma ture early. The American people will ceriainly stand by Prof. Hicks, when it costs them so li tie and the benefits are so great. His tine Almanac of 200 pages is only 25c, and bis splendid family Jour nal is only one dollar a year including the almanac. Send to Word and Works Pub. Co., 2201 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. TO t'l'IIK A OLD IN (INK DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 2." 11-27-ly A Great Hallway. The Chicago, Milwaukee ifc St. Paul Railway owns and operates over 6,600 miles of 'horoughly equipped road in Illinois, Wisconsin, I a, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, Missouri and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It owns and operates all equipment in service on Its lines, including Sleeping Cars, Parlor Cars and Dinning Cars, maintaining an excellence of sei vice uu equaled on any railway In the world. It has been a pioneer in the Northwest and West in the use of the block system in the operation? of its trains, in the lighting or trains by electricity, beating by steam and many other progressive methods, which have added safety, com f rt and luxury to travel. It is alwaya the leader III that direction. The Pioneer Limited Trains between Chicago, St Paul and Minneapolis have the costliest and handsomest Sleeping Cars in the world and the best Dinning t'a: service. Time tables, maps and information furnished on application to John R. i'ott, District Passenger Agent, 810 Park Bldg., Pittsburg. 11-20 3t This signature Is on every box of the fenulna Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets toe remedy that am cold tu w day Thanksgiving Hay Kates Lowest rates will be available via the Nickel Plate Road for all points within a radius of l.s) miles. Tickets on sale Nov. 27th and 28th, return limit Nov. 2!itb. Apply at nearest ticket office of the Nickel Plate Road, or "all at or address City Ticket Olllce 1120 State St. Erie, Pa. H. C. Allen, C. P. A T. A. 2t Cheap Excursion to Chicago December 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, tne Nickel Plate Road will soli tickets to Chicago and return at very low rate for the Na tional and International Live Stock Ex position. Return limit Dec. 8ib. All l these excursion tickets to lie presented l,v holder to the Joint Agent to be stamped before returning. For particu lars consult any agent of the N ickel Plate Road, or call on or address City Ticket Office 020 State St., Erie, Pa. H. C. Al len. C. P. A T. A. No. 241-2t. MARRIED. STIT.INGER GIRTS At Tionesta, Nov. 22, lil, by 8. J. Setley, J. P., J. E. Siitzinger of Newmonsvllie, Pa,, and Miss Ella Girts, ol Tylersburg, Pa. TIONKSTA MAHKKTH CORPECTED EVERY TUESDAY, BY RELIABLE DEALERS Flour sack - 1.00(3,1. ) Corn meal, feed, 100 lb 1.40 Corn meal, family. 100 lb 1.50 Chop teed, pure grain 1.40 Oata .50 Corn, shelled .76 Buckwheat Hour, It) .21 Beans bushel 2.50 Ham, sugar cured ,16 Bacon, sugar cured .15 Shoulders .10 Salt Pork, f1 lb .12 Whitefish kit .. .60 Sugar rl'is.tij Svrup .. .25fu .511 N". O. Molasses ,X,'4 .50 Coffee, Roast Kio 12jl5 Coffee, blended Java .. .25 Tea .:f$ .50 Butter 22$.25 Rice 05(1(1.08 Eggs, fresh.... .2. Salt barrel !..'I5 Lard .11 PotatiHsti, bushel .75 Potatoes, Sweet "fl lb Ml Lime barrel Nails keg 2.75 L. J. Hopkins. OVERCOATS and .w Htylt Oxford Overcoat) from $3 lo $12. Overcoat Tor Kmall Itojt). Large Roys, Kmall Neu aiwl Large Jleu. ClHterw A Ntorm Coat $5 and np. Water I'roof Coats Kubber Lined Coats and Mackintoshes. CALL .AJSra SEE THEM!. L. J. Hopkiii Country Flannel, 29c yard. The quality you're askecj lots places to pay 35iyind 40c for. Just what's w Died for Men's Shirts or Worueu'i Umlerskirts, iu lad, the styles, oiapy of them, are pretty enough for ilrvss purposes. HEAVY CLOTH. Suitable for making Children's Coats. The weight wanted t r that purpose aud the Colors The two we make reference in here are $1.50 and $2 50 per yard Tne dollar fifty oue cuines tu red, castor, mode, brown and blue. The two fifty one is a heavy Melton o Bi aver cloth, and comet in r d, tat, mode, brown, blue aud rose. Both cloths are 56 inch a wide. TABLE LINENS & NAPKINS. A price considerably uudor the regular on every piece or set in stock M re of the 2i-yard Cloths at 1 98, nud the f 1 6!) Napkins, mentioned in a recent advertisement, jo to-day, and we llnuk now there will be pli uty to last until Thanksgiving last "day of this linen opportunity. VELVET FOR JACKETS. Not really a velvet iu the strict sense, hut called that, aud a sight pret tier than velvets al $1 or $1 25 usually are, aud a whole lot more satisfac tory for the purpose. Width 25 inches; price, 75n. WILLIAM B. JAMES, Write lor Samples. Tele hone, either line, 257 203 CENTRE- 204 SYCAMORE STS.. OIL CITY, Pt. Killmer Bros. New Fall and Winter Goods We have put forth every elf irl iu buying our new goods to buy only that which is best suited to the community and to the tastes of our patrons, and we have bought low so that we may sell low We invite you tu inspect our Dew stuck of DRY GOODS, BLANKETS, OUTING FLANNELS, GLOVES AND MITTENS. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOODS AND FASCINATORS, BOOTS AND SHOES, RUBBER GOODS, &C&C. OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT IS FULL OF THE CHOICEST GOODS. T1ST THE DRUG STORE We carry tbe Freshest Drugs ami Patent Mediciues, Ftuest Perfumes aud T..:i... a fi-:...- s-i.i- t i .... .. iunci articles, i siuio, vus, C. H. KILLMER Good Clothinci The Kind thai You don't have to spend more oviney thau ynu can afford in order tu get complete satisfaction here. Our low priced suits a d overcoat are made In keep their shape and color and lo give long wear, tbe same as our higher priced ones Our Clothing gives a man that prosperous look which is essential uow adsys to success. I' is designed by artists who command big salaries, It is made up by expert tailors who draw more (ban living wages. Only tbe best of made to-measure is as good. And yet it is the most economical clothing in this round world Suits, $8.50, $10, $12, $15 to $20. Overcoats, $8.00, $10, $13, $15 to $25, And Your Money Back, if you can do better i ( ON E. PR 41 43 SENECA ST. L. J. Hopkins. CLOTHING. v aruisnes aou all Taper. W. F. KILLMER ! Comforts BODY, MIND aud PURSE. ICE" CLOTHIERS OIL CITY. PA,