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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
WEDNESDAY, IKIlKLAltY U, 1W2. FIRE INSURANCE . . AMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY ..ni'.. C. M. MI & MI, TIONESTA, I'A. All Leading CoinitanteH Itepresented, Wild Land., Farmn, Houses cC Lot for Sale or lien!. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. New Advertisements. I.ammcrs. Ad. Itnhinsnii. Ad. Hopkins. Locals. Peun'a Itv. Headers. Heath A t-'olt. locals. llovoe A Co. Headers. Clarion Norma!. Local. Miintul Mfg. Co. Notice. Smart ,v. Mlherherg. Ad. Kdindoro Normal, I .urn I. ('. M. A St. I. It v. Headers. McCuen Co. Ad unit reader. Tionesta Csh Storo. Local. White Slur (iroccrv. Im-hIn. Warren Correspondence School. Ad. lioriMili Ordinances No. I t, II mid I V Oil iniirkut clewed at f 1.15. Oil mid gas leases at this oltlce. lliiphiiiH sells the Douglas shoos tl In groceries llio While .Star leads. It Price speak louder than promises TryT. C.S. It Kloction next Tuesday from 7 to turn nut and vote. 21 pairs of bargain shoos left. They must get out. Hopkins. It The. lirst week of groundhog weather speaks well for the "flun k" a a pro): Spring Roods are coining light along notwithstanding the snow drifts. Hop kins. It Snmll profits of course, but that Is our look out. Step in. 'I ioncsta l ash Store. It A good education Is within reach of all. Kxpen ea nt the Clarion Normal are merely nominal. It Wo have a small lot of gentlemen's hat Unit we will seU cheap to imike room, lleiitli ,t Kelt. It This is Hie seventh week of contin uous and excellent sleighing. An old fashioned winter sure enough. J. W. Sires will have his photograph grllery ai this plac e open for business every Friday until fuillier notice. tf The atmosphere at Kdinhnro Normal lit lull of culture and refinement. Write for illustrated catalogue. John V. Hitler, Priu. It The place lo got llio nicest, freshest and most wholesome bread la at the White Star (irocery. Try the "Table Quonn." H Don't forget that all winter goods In our store are on the "(Jet Out" list You name tlio peicej e wrap it up, Heath A Feit. U The Clearfield Journal states (hat A, W. Cook will build a laige saw mill at Grampian, in that county, and that seven years will be required to cut Hio timber ou Mr. Cook's recent purchase in that vicinity. ; The Sheriff of Jcllcrson county found it didn't pay to hold the olllce under the present prosp rotis condition of lliu times (the Kepublicun kind, you know) so ho resigns! as soon as bis son becameof age, and Uovornor Stone appointed him. Following is the list ol letters remain ing uncalled lor in tho Tlounata, Pa., Post Ollico, for the week ending Feb. 12 1902: T. J. O'Dell, Jas. Ahartah Jr., Mr. Nick Kikenberg, Mr, Henry Wenk, Mrs. Chaa. Smith. U.S. Knox, P.M. A well known railroad lumocrinan of lluller coiintv is quoted as saying that good hardwood for railroad work is get ting scarce, and that the tremendous de mand for piles and new bridges In and around Pittsburg is rapidly depleting the forest. The winter fishing through the ice on Chautauqua Luke Is attracting greater crowds than ever this year. The spear ing is on for two days In each week, dur ing which time there are said to bo more houses and persons on tho lake than in the villages. Sigel, on tho road between Oaring Ion and Urookvillo, has a case of small pox, I he victim being a man named Wal ters, who came home on a visit from the lower oil country. The schools have been closed and (ho countryside is in the throes of a campaign of vaccination. Cecil I.lnwouil, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Cattin, of Whig Hill, Pa., died Feb. 1, IW1, after an illness of about 111 days of congestion of tha brain, aged t'iree months and 3 weeks. Funeral services were held In the M. K. church Sabbath afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. H. K. Steele officiating. Minor II. Dunham, one of Warren's old and prominent residents, died on the 4th Inst., aged 73 years. Years ago lie assisted his farther in his largo lumber ing operations In Warron and Forest counties. Their old dam and mill site is yot plainly visible on Tionesta creek, two miles below Lynch, in this county. Mrs. Sabllla Rek expectsjsoon lo re move from Tionests, and desires lo sell her household goods, consisting of furni ture, and all necessary household effects. Parties having use for anything of the kind will do well to consult Mrs. Heck at once, as the goods will bo disposed of at a bargain, and are all in good condition. At the meeting of the school board, hold last evening, it was decided to take steps toward prosecuting all those who aro found selling tobacco to youths under luyaaiwofago. Ifa a good move and If one or two arrests are made it will un doubtedly put a stop to the practice, as 'w is very plain on this subject D ive Trainer, the noted horse thief, i scape I fr m t'larioa Jail Monday nll I by locking the SherifJ in coll when that olllcial was oil' Ins guard. Tho culprit was recaptured tho next (lay and returned to jail. -TheW.C.T.U. will hold a due k- cat at the homo of Mrs. S. I). Irwin luesday evening next, February IS, Light refreshments will lie served. The cordial Invitation is extended to all. members aro all expootcd, of course, . Agnew parchased a tine black driving maro at Warren on Monday, and ('. Amanii and K. W. Bowman traded thoir sorrel to a Tttusvllle party for a bay mare that govs "down the pike" at a pretty good clip, and they are putting up a line of talk that they are going to uiako Jim Haslet "cut out" the chicken business and pay a little more attention to groom ing up his nags. We'll pin our faith on Jumnic. the farmers' institute will begin its sossions at the court bouse noxt Friday artornoou, and continue till Saturday evening. The program which has al- read been published Is sufficiently varied to all'ord all a prolitahlo and interesting time, whether a farmer or Just a common every day follow. All who can possibly do so should attend tho institute as they are assured of getting many good pointers that will repay them for time spent Do not forgot the data of tho last numb erof the lecture course for this winter, Marcii 1st. Prof. DoMotte has no superiors on the platform. His lecture TUo Harp of the Senses, is illustrated with the stereopticon and cannot fail to entertain anil instruct old and young alike. Ho is the lirst man on the plat lorm lo popularize scientific methods as appl'ed to character building and has mad, i a tremndiioua hit wherever he has appeared. The Punx'y Spirit recently donned a handsome new dress In which it looks prim and gay as the prnveibial summer Miss. Editor Smith is sprucing up pre paratory to going to Congress, which will happen this coining fall. ('un't help it, you know, for the people of that district recognizoa good legislator the minute they set eyes on Mm, and the talented and good natured editor of the Spirit has dodged them as long as they'll let him. so now bo'a got to go. While assisting tho manager, W. A. Wray, to niako some changes at the regu lator which controls the supply of gas for the town of Tylersburg last Thursday, and lorgeiting that a Jet under tho appa ratus was iiiirniog, II. II. Stanley was severely burned by the explosion which followed tho disconnection of the main line. His bauds, face and head were all very badly burned, but fortunately his ey s escaped injury except the severe scorching of tho lids, and it Is not thought that any serious results will follow. If we were going to do any consider able amount of churning we'd call at Scowden A Clark's and get one of those oval churns that seem as though thov might almost do the churning themselves, They are the sleekest thing in that line that has ever boon offered for sale in this market, and the old-fashioned dasher churn is surely a back number when set up along side of this trticle. ICasily manipulated with a crank motion, ami no trouble lo clean them which cannot be said of most p.itont churns. The home talent production of "The Deacon" at I. (). I). F. hall last Friday evening was all right. Tim performers had tho drama well in hand and gave I lie packed house which gnetcd them the lull money's worth, and the audience was well pleased. Many wore turned away because every seat and every Inch of standing room was taken up, and so ihe lay was repeated Saturday evening for the benefit of those who were unable to get in the first night. The young people are to bo congratulated on the excellent rendering of a good play. A dispatch from Susquuhuuna, Pa , under da e of Jan. 25, says : "The famous he lid heron which at Intervals for years has been seen in Pennsylvania, Pelewaro and New Jersey, was seen near Starrucsa, Wayne county, to-day. As tho bird passes through the air a woird sound ia produced. How the bell became aitach- on to tho bird is a mystery." Some years ago J. II. Wentworth of Smoky Hill, two miles from Tionesta, liberated a bird of this description alter having attached bell to it. He believes the one men- tinned in this dispatch is the identical fowl, and no doubt It Is. An exchange says that one of the best foods to make bens lay in the winter Is boiled potatoes mixed with wheat bran. For 50 hens boil a pailful of unsalable lotatoes, and when done, drain ; add a little skim milk or butter-milk and tl.ree or four quarts of bran. Mash all to- gether, and if ground moat scraps aro handy put in a pint and add a teasiooii- ful of black pepper. Feed whilo warm. This ia better fed in tho morning, but will servo very well fo an afternoon ration. Feed about 20 ears of hot slightlv browned cor i in the morning and a nail of above mixture in the after noon and your hens can't help but lay eggs. Trains on the "Pennsy" bave been slobbering along at all hours of day and night during the past week, howsoniover they have all come through some lime during the 24 hours, while other roads IiRve boi n conijiletely blocked. The P. W. narrow gnago has run but one train between Foxburgand Kane since the 2d inst., and that one was still stalled near Kane at last accounts. The people of Marieiivillo and vicinity have had no mails for nearly a week, and sin h a thing as freights have not been thought of, so that provisions of all kinds are getting scarce, with snow drills 111 and 12 feet p in the public mads, and the horses out at ('lough's feeding on sawdust and icines. i ne storm seems to have switched oil again, however, anil Iho probabilities aie people will soon be slop ing around in slush anklei deep, with leuty lo t at and read, and with coal and Kane Itepiiblican. Mrs. Carter, wif- ofCol. John J. far ter, did at the family residence In Ti tusville on tho Olh Inst., after an illness of less than two weeks, of pleuro-pneu- "' She was aged 5S years, and a woman rich in Cnristian virtues and no. ble qualities of mind and heart. Col Carter has many friends living in Forest comity, win in lie bas largo interests, nnd all will sympathize with him deeply in bis irreparable loss. VOL' AND TOftt fBlKSlH. W. L. Wolcott was a business visitor to Oil City Monday afternoon. F. F. Whittekin returned from a business visit 1 1 Philadelphia. Miss Adelva Kanilall was visitor lo friends in Oil City over Sunday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gal braith, of Hickory twp., on the 6th lust,, a son. Mr. ami Mrs. Charlej Duller, of Jamestown, N. Y., are here visiting his parents. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomas, of Tionesta township, Saturday, February 8, 1!XB, a son. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Mcln- tyre oftierman Hill, Saturday, February 8, 1902, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of East End, Pittsburg, wore guests ovr last Sabbath at tha It oral House. J. U. Osgood was a business visitor to Waracn yesterday. Newkirk Carson came up from Oil City to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Caison. F. M. Kec' was over from Marien villa a couple ol days last week to visit his mother, Mrs. Sabilla Reck. Miss Libbie Allen, of Wsrren, was guest of her friend, MUa Laura Law rence Irsl Friday and Saturday. Miss Nettie Uiering, of Pleasantville, was a guest of her sister, Mrs. K. C. Heath, a couple of days last week. Mrs. Win. Heibenlhal and little daughter, of Pittsburg, came up yester day and aro visiting Tionesta frioi.ds. Mrs. W. II, Morgan, of Ilughesville, Pa., is liu-eon a visit to her husband, w ho is loreniau of the carving room ol the mantle works. Miss Blanche Buxton entertained a number of her young laoy friends at a party last Wendesday evening; the occa sion being ler birthday. U. W. Chamberlain and Kd. Gilles pie chanced the snow drills to drive down from Kellettvllie yesterday and attend some business at the county seat. Among our callers Wednesday oflhls week was W. O. Hodgors, of Tlonesla, who has been on a visil to old Iriends in Knox township. Urookvillo Democrat. gas to burn. The County Home. Inventory of stock, machinery, Ac, on county farm, Jan. 1st, 1!K)2, not included In auditors annual report: Ilslai co duo on team $ 125 00 Two work horsos 300 no Throe milk cows 105 HO Twelve yearlings 2iki 0(1 F iurteon shoals Ion Oil Two brood sows 40 00 One boar 10 00 Seventy-live chickens 18 no One reaper Iu5 Oil One hay teddor 20 no One hay raka 20 00 One mowing machine 40 00 I wo harrows 15 00 Two plows 20 00 One land roller :io 00 One wheel scrajier .... 40 00 One wing shovel plow 5 Oil Two cultivators 0 00 One dump scrajier 6 00 One wagon 40 Oil One iair trucks 40 00 One pair sleds 10 00 One hay lork complete 10 00 One horse cornplanter 20 ( 0 One set double harness 25 00 Ouo pair horse blankets tf 00 Two log chains 3 00 forks, rakos, hoes, corn planters, corn-cuttvrs, scythes, cradles ifu 30 00 Some Dig- Lunibri ing Figures. The following details of liimbeiing or eration that will be carried on in Forest county In the fulure are taken from the Brockwayvjlle record : It ia the intention of the Salmon Creek Lumber Co. to operate three well rquip ed saw mils and a like number of shin- glo mills and planing mi ls on the newly acquired territory. It is estimated that there is 000.000,000 feet of hemlock, pine and hardwood ou Hie tract which will be cut out at the rate oru5,0h0,000 feet a year. One thousaud men will be given steady employment and the operations are cal culated to last for twenty-five years. Ihe company hs forty miles of rail road running through the h art of the forest, connecting with the Pennsylvania lines at Sheflleld, and with the river div ision at Hickory, travorsing most of For est county. Eight locomotives will be used to haul logs to the mills. Tho Tio nesta creek runs through the company's lands lo the Allegheny, affording excel lent water facilities to transport lumber to the Pittsburg market by barges. It is the intention of the management to put in chemical works and a kindling wood factory to use up the waste and damaged lumber that would otherwise be useless. A tannery is already in opera tion In the territory and another will likely be built. An 83d Veteran Passes Away. (ream of the .News. must tread its own Many votorans iu this county will hear with much regret of the passing away of another of thoir loyal comrades in the death of Levi Burford who died on Saturday at Ills borne in North Clar endon from paralysis. He bad only been sick since Tuesday of that week. His age was 08 years and be is survived by a widow and live children. Mr. Burford has many friends throughout this section. He was a veteran of the Civil War and served three years and six months In the Eighty-third Pennsylvania volunteers. During this service Mr. Burford was for seven months con lined In the Kebel pris on pen at Andeisonvilie. The funeral services were held at the home in North Clarendon at 3 o'clock on Sunday after noon, the pastor of Ihe Evangelical church of that place ofliciatihg. The body jjassed through here on Monday on its way to Brady's Bund where the Interment took place. ATTENTION FAUMERS! $1,388 (10 Produce raised on County Farm in year 1001 : INI bushels oats ) 0:1 00 5.1 " buckwheat 25 no 450 " corn 180 no 45 tons hay 450 00 5 tons straw 30 00 100 bushels potatoes 171 00 40 " apples 40 IK) 35 " tomatoes 18 00 Cisi shocks corn fodder 00 00 34iKi p Minds pork 205 (K) 4IKI pounds heel 25 CO 27 chickons killed 7 00 28 gallons applo butler 14 00 4 barrels saner kraut 30 00 300 pounds butter 75 00 150 iieads cabbage 12 INI 5 bushels rutabagas 2 00 4 ' beets 2 Oil 2 " carrots 1 00 3 onions 3 Ml 25ISI encumber pickles 12 50 2 bushels winter radishes 1 00 1 " peppers 1 00 2 " arsnips 1 00 10 gallons chowchow 5 0(1 10 " piccalilli 5 00 05 quarts canned fruit 13 Ol 0 gallons Chilli sauce 3 CO $1484 50 Letter to S. I). Irwin. Ttonextit, Pa. 1'oar Sir : You paint lead and oil, don't you ? Do you know why a house turns flat In spots and streaks iu a few weeks, be Tore tho paint has had any chauco to chalk or wear. Devoe lead and r.iuc don't fiat. It's as glossy as ever until it begins lo wear: it keeps its gloss for two or three years. When the gloss begins to go. the paint la beginning to go, It is the lirst sign of wear it ought to be. We suppose the flatting is due to water in lead; but why it should flat in spots and not all over is more than we know. There Is water in all white-lead in the making. We dry it out ; perhajis nobody else does. Yours truly, (10 F. W. Devok, A Co. P. 8. Jas, D. Davis sells our paint. Itoiiru of Health, "A Lniljr Ajraiust Whom the Mormons or I'lah Are Angry." Mr. J. II, DeVore, a returned mis sionary from Utah, will siieak In llio Presbyterian church next Sabbath eve ning, February Kith. She comes under the auspices of the Woman's Home Mis sionary Society of that church. Mrs. DeVore was for a time resident of the Mormon cauit"! : she was so onlsnoken against theevi s of polygamy that an at tempt was made upon' her Pfe. Amidst exciting scenes she was shot at and the American Hair was outraireouslv dishon ored. A price is now set on her head bv the agents of the Mormon church. She is on eloquent speaker ami all should hear her, especially as Mnrmonlsiii is growing near home. Let everv iierson attend and help bv their presence to put down this disgraceful religion. , At a meeting of the Board nf Health of Tionesta Borough, held Fcbruaiy 2, PXI2, tho following actions were taken: Whereas, the Oil City Board of Health reports four cases of smallpox in that city, and by newspaper reports the dis easo exists in several places in the State; that one person, effected, had gone on R. K. train from KinzuatoOil city, it wan resolved that the Board of School Di rectors lie requested to euf Tretlie law re lative to vaccination and that notice of this action be published in the Vindicator and the Kki-uiii.ii'av, that all citizens may lie Informed of Ihe law relating lo vacci nation as a preventive of this coiitagenus disease. We also call attention In Health rule 41 where persons are unable to get vacci nated. Hkai.tu Ik.AKII. .11 r. heeler .ol Kid if Ills llliesmnlism. "During Iho winter of 1SH8 I was so lame in my joints, in fact all ovor my body, that I con d hardly bobblo around, when I bought a bottle of Clisinhcrlain's Pain Balm. From tlio lirst auplication I began to get well, and was cured anil have worked sleadilv all the war.-It. W heeler, Nnrtliwoud, S. V. Hold bv Kiilmer Bros. Tionesta, W. (1. Wil kins West Hickory, Pa. Have Tour drain ( lean When You Sow II, And Ot A Better Price For It When You .Sell It ! Achievement pedal. Your dollars go farther at Tionesta Cas'i Storo. u A conscientious brother editor con fesses that "sometimes a fellow bas to say 'good morning' when he ready v-nli to say 'damn you.' " Ours is groceries and things to eat exclusively, hence we cater entirely to the hungry, and deal only in the best or everything In our line. Call the White Star Grocery on either phone. It Belter an old man's darling than a young mau's slave. New hats, now clothing, new shoes, new goods, at Hopkins'. it It is not the revolution that destroys the machinery; it is the Irictlon By the way our Muslin Tndeiwear has been selling it must be advertising Itself. Still we say come. Heath A Feit. Lo'e at first sight keeps the divorce court buy. The best list of flour U the bread it makes. vVe guarantee ours satisfactory to everyone. T. C. S. It Never Judge the cigar a man smokes by those lie gives his friends. Musliiijiinderwcar all qualities and kinds. Hopkins. It -Never despise an ill-fitting coat- curse tlio tailor. Do you nerd a new rugf If so here Is the place to gut it. New line just iu. Heath A Feit. u Never mako two biles of a cherry you might cut a worm in half. Walking skirts and jackets are cheap. ostatT.C.S. H If you are sad because your brother rejoices it is a sign that you have not a good heart. The White Star Grocery gives the best values, the best an I freshest goods, and ihe promptest service. Try them. Either phone. It To say that there is a dark side to a person's character is to admit that there is also a light side. Just tho thing for bad weather. Heavy shoes at T. C. 8. U It is he who smiles when all others frown w ho deserves the greatest credit. Bargains in china dates at Tionesta Cash Store. It Who looketh ever I. r evil sees little good. Fine china at T. C. S. It A little encouragement bas made many a man. REMNAN T SALE ! Clearing1 Out all odds aod eods through the whole slock. e have set out about 100 pairs of La.lies M;.-es and Children's shoes. They will every pair po regardless of price. If we could set this old Chestnut to music so you could memorize we would, "but wo can't." ONE THING SURE ! We have a lot of good shoes. One aud two paiis of a kiud Tbey must get out of the way of new goods. Most any price will buy a pair of tbeui. Come in aod see the prices, we have on all rem nants. And you will gn Lome with all you can carry. Best Go First. L. J. Hopkins. I wish to say to the farmers of Forest county that I have taken the agencv for the famous "Chatham Fanning Mill," which is a combined grain separator, grader, timothy seed saver, and fanning mill. It is adajited to separating and cleaning seeds and grain of all descrin- tion. it has a bagging attachment which docs away with the labor of one man. It has a capacity of sixty bushels per hour. It is especially adapted to cleaning and grading seed gralu. It is easy to turn, and bas nothing lo get out of order. It will separate wheat Irom rye. It wil. lake all cockle and chess out of wheat, and will clean all other kinds of grain and seeds in proportion, and is sold under a guar antee that it will do the work as repre sented. Any one desiring a mill will do well to confer with me, as I have a sample mill and am prepared to demonstrate the work this mill will do. A. W. Albauoii, lit East Hickory, Pa, Cnllloriiln. Tliir(;-onr days Tour Tin Pea. nnvlvnnla llnllrond. The Pen n sylvan a Krilroad Person- ally-conducted Tour to California will leave on February 25. Passengers will be transported lo El Paso, Texas, In special Pullman cars. At the latter point they will be transferee! to the "Mexico and California," composed exclusively ol Pullman parlor-smoking, dining-room, drawing-room sleeping compartment, and observation cars, which will be used ovor the entire trip back to New York. While the best hotels will be used where extended stops are made, the train will be at the constant command of the party. Hound-trip tickets, covering all neces sary expenses, f'l"5 Irom all points on Pennsylvania Railroad ex ept Pittsburg, Irom which point the rate will be 170. For further in formation apply to ticket agents; or address Geo. W. Boyd, As sistant General Passenger Agent, Phila delphia. 2-12-lit CAKPEIHJ Our new carpot samples, for l'JO. are here. Thei e is no use for us to try to toll you how beautiful tbey are or how cheap we have marked them. The only way you can tell that Is to come snd see for yourself, The new Hue consists of Body Brussels, 5-Fiaine Tapestry's, 8 different grades of Velvets, 2 grades of Axuiin sters, and over 100 samples of Ingrains. from o to $1,00 yd. All new designs. Thev will please you If you see them. All carpets will be made ready foi your floor fi ee of charge. IIkath A Fkit. S EKVOl'S IItUIT,HLE SLEEPLESS A Short Storr Well Told or a Bad Condition nuil lis Ecasj Cure. A. Lewis, of No. 3oJ East Third street Oil City, Fa., says: "Oneof my family was run down appetite and who strength gone norvous and sleepless, was asked to try Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills as a general and nerve tonic. He got a box and tells me bis strength is back his appetite good, sleep natural and nervousness gone. He likes them very much aud considers Ihe medicines line one." Dr. A. W. Chase s Nerve Pills are sold at 50c a box at dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Company, Buffalo, N. Y. See that portrait and signature of A. W. Chaie, M. D., are on every package. For sale by Kiilmer Bros., druggists. Slia llie t'nuah aud works oft" the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quiuiue Tableta cure a cold in ouo day. No cure, no pav. Price 25 cents. li-27-ly Tlio Snow Blockade. JAMES-DRY GOODS. FEBEUARY, THE POOREST MONTH IN THE YEAR, from a cash book basis the average merchant's to blame for this - liable to fold big arms aod t ke things easy after the January Clearance Sale. We're going to make this tlore't cash book tell a different tturu on the even ing of the 2lh. GOING TO DO IT with forceful price reductions iu every de partment, every day of this sh uttst month nl the year. WASH GOODS Ten Pieces Fancy Striped Giuchams, (new goods) 73 c. SILK TafTela Silk, colors and black, per ynrd, 50c. CRASH-Heavy Brown, All Linen 12c Crash, Hh. FLANNEL Lot of Heavy C .untrv Flannel, excellent for Un derskirts or meu's heavy shirts, 2!h. CRETONE Heavy, Large Figured Cretnne for drapery or box covering, 7c. HEAVY SKIRTINGS-To be made without lining-just three pieces left of the "Mill Clean Up" we advertised a Bh ,rt lime ago 32 inches wide Blue Mix, 3!lc; Brown Mix, 4'.ic; Gray Mix,ti9c. On account of the snow blockado and the Impassable condition nf both the rail roads and country roads for the past week, tho 32ml Semi-Annual Clearance sale of Ihe McCuen Co will be extended one week, until Saturday evenlnir. Feb. 2nd. $00,000.00 worth of men's clothinu lurnisliing goods, hats and cans, in faol every article of this immense stock at in ventory prices. The McCtjenCo., The McCuen Co Block. Oil City, Pa. WANTED Men and Women solicitors for some nl Ihe newest and best selling piiuncaiions prinieii. Lire ol .vinKinley, tnder Both lags, etc A golden har vest for the energetic. Addr -ss to-day. Ihe Household Publishing Co., Erie, i a. z-s-ut Stockholders' .Meeting. The stockholder ol the Tionesta Man tel .Manufacturing Company, Incorpo rated, will meet in the office of the com pany, at the factory, in Tionesta, ou Tues day, February lli, 1002, at 2 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of electing Directors for the ensuing year. A. B. Kki.i.v, Secretary, Tionesta, I'a., Feb. 8, i'.K).'. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our gratitude to those who were so kind to us during our recent bereavement. Also to express our thanks for the many beautiful offer ings of flowers. W. (i. Wll.KlNS AND FAMILY. TO t't'KK A l OI.II IN (INK IMY Take Laxative Bromu Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tho money If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. 11-27-ly Itciluceil Kales fur llnincsecki'rs Feb. 4th and IKth via the Nickel Plate Koad to M inne-ota. Iowa, Colorado, No. Dakota, Arizona, ail parts of T xas in- luiliug its oil liehls, anil all w estern, Northwestern anil Southwestern siiuts. Liberal return limit. Impiim nearest agent of llio Nickel Plate Koad, or call ou or address ('it v Ticket (illice fM Stale St.. F.rio, Pa. " II. C. Allen. C. P. .V. T. A, No. 17 1-20 .'It PROCLAMATION. Whkhkah, The Hon. W. M. Lindsev, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter (sessions in and for tho county of Forest, has issued his pre cept for hnldingaCourtorCommnu Ploas, Quarter Sessions nf the Peace, Orphans' Coort. Over and Terminer nnd (imiorsl Jail Delivery, at Tionesta. for th County of Forest, to commence on the Fourth Monday of February, boing tlio 21lh day of February 11102. No tice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices or the Peace and Con stables of said county, that they he then and there in their Kroner uersons at ten o'clock A. M., ol said dav with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their office appertain to be done, and to those whoare bound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners i bat are orshall be in thejail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against them as shall lie just. Given un der my band aud seal this 27th day of January, A. I). 1002. J. W. JAMIKSON, L.H. Sheriff. Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that tho follow ing accounts have been filed iu inv nllice and will be presented at the next term of Court for continuation : Final account of A. II. Kelly amid. W. Itohinson. Kxecutorsof the last Will and Testament of Benjamin May, nte of Tio nesta Borough, Pa., deceased. Filial account of Leon Watson, Admin istrator of tho Kstate of Jami s U. Kaller ty, lale of (ireen Township, Pa., de ceased. J. H. ROBERTSON. Clerk of Orphans' Court. Tionesta, Pa., January 28, l!T2. WILLIAM B. 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