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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
WKIlNWiDAY, lKHHLAHY 20, 1W2. FIHE INSURANCE . . AMU - REAL ESTATE AGENCY ..or.. C. I All & SDN, TlOXliSTA, PA. All hc(t(Hii(f Cniinle Represented. Will Lands, Farms, Hourch & Lotaor Sale or llent. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. New Advertisements. JllllOH. Ad. l.siiiinors. Ail. liofikniK. Locals. Ittivim it Co. Healer. I'cnn'a Hy. lt'-iultTB. t'larioll Normal. l.'M'll. Kiliniloro Normal, Local, lloliinxon. Ail. mill laical. White Star Urocery. Ii's-als. Ili'lti A Kelt. Ail. and l.ocals. TioiieslalNsil Store. Ad. Hiul Locale. l'rof. DeMolte. Snturilay nielli. In Ilia Cull rt House. Don't fnil to hear iilin, Tho Ik-1 lecture of tin' sca-on. -Oil mill Kit K-axm lit this ollicc. llofkittH dvlla llio ltiii;laH shoes tl In i;recerics ihe While Star lead-". It tireen icoudi li-lluiT, etc., al the Wliito Star (Irooery. It Cheviot" mill Bilk irliigliama in dress patterns at Hopkins. It -If yon want a nice Smyrna niK we have it. Heath it l'eit. It I'ole Km has fiirnilieil the i.e Hiul it Is now up to tho cow and drug stores, Admission to T. 0. S. free lint it will pay yon lo look in on Friday or Satur day.' t The Hiul of Frank Wondard was be Kim In Mcailvillo on Monday of this wwk, The young people i njoyed a (Wiicing party in Movant's hull laxt Wednesday evening. Shirt waist patterns. Silk fciii-liunis, cheviot and novulty K1)d',i two alike. Hopkins. It The Mai ienvillo Kx press of last week rexirted the southbound train 13 days lale al that still inn. If ymi want something dainty for a Imrrv no ilinner. eall ui the White Stur Cns ery on ellher 'phone. 11 J. W. Mires will have his photograph irrlli rv si this idai e own for business ovory Friday until liiillior notice. If Still some, outing Iliintiel we would like to sell this week, l'riieswlll ;. ove tlit-m. 5 " and 8: yd. Heath A Felt. 11 CUrlon Slate normal School is at tracting wido atlentiuii hy tlie tine equip ment made this your for scienco teach Inn. " The F.dinlioro Normal has lust added a strong teacher to its Knglish depart mont. Writo for illustrated cauilogue. John F. Higlcr, Prm. It A glance it the had ol tho editorial pane will reveal the fact that the hall Is open, a nuinlier of eandidatea having stepped into the arena. A man may lie lovely, hut ho sinks considerably in feminino estimation when every live cent pieco ho spends Is selected carefully from a purse. Largest in our experience, has been our trade for Feb. and March must show an Increase. See what we oiler for Sal urdav, March 11 in T. C. S. ad. It Fifty-nine children are now being cared for at llio Odd Fellow's homo. All are in llio hoi of health, and as happy as larks, says the Meadvillo Tribune. -lion. Fetor C. Foley, of the lirm of Foley Urns., the extensive marble works peoplo of Olean, N. Y., was elected Mayer of his city at the reemit city election held them. An an tl-aweariiiK league has been loroiad at liowandii. each member to drop a nickb; in a box tr each Infrm tlon of the pledire. 'Twoulil require a dry sooda box in some communities to lml il tho coll ftiiui. Holon Tiivler died at his Lome near Rice' llle, Crawford county on the 14th lust., sued about C" yo.irs. Deceased was a farmer, and his w ife, who sarvivvsliiin was formerly Miss Mary Heath of Star, lliU county. II. C. Heath attended the funeral which was held on the llith Inst, Kev. O. Ij. Muad,.wlu was presiding elder of this district ol the M. K. church from I WW to IH72, and who la reuieinliered by our older citi.ens as an aide minister, died at his home in Hartford, O., on the isth Inst., at the sue of 80 years. l)e- ceased waa the father of C. O. Mead, of Clarion. The Dullois School Hoard has dona commendable act by decreeing lust the female members of all graduating classes must wear caps and gowns. The purpose being lo provide a cheap and presentable dress fur all and thus relieve the poor who furnish girls with good brains, but hay not means In furnish them with a Tine graduating cuslume. The resolution is good one. Marjenville is to have a "lock-up' for tho good of the peace and quietude of the town, the votoia of Jenks township having given expression to their wishes for such an institution by a majority of over one hundred at the Into election. good strong lock-up ucts as a wonderful nerve quieter lo the obstreperous indi vldiisl who gets a notion he wants to smash things. The residi e of I .v man Cook at Ne braska was partially destroyed by liro at iiboiit l!::it clock on Monday afternoon No iinilers'and the lire was caused by gas, which had been frozen up, com ing on suddenly and overheating the a'ovo and setting tire to the kitchen, from wr.eni-H it spread lo the main part of the building, but hy t lie timely assistance the ncighl ors the lire was quuched mid the loss was not so great as it might hav been, fortunately for Mr. Cook the losses on his furniture aro fully covered by insurance. The damage to tho roof the building was repaired Monday alter ii'mhi and the lamlly are still domiciled tlcir hniiiv. "Tho Deacon," a presented by Tio nesta'a home talent company, was given In the opera limine at Marienvllln last Friday evening, it being in the naltire ofi a benefit for the band of that place. The houe was well filled, and llio play well received, and the reception and good trertmeiit by the people of MacieiiviUn Is spoken of as of the royal kind by those taking part in the diama. During all of March the ami is com ing farther north. About tho twentieth it shines directly on tho Fquatnr, and the day la Just as long as tho night. The time of the old Jewish Passover, and hence of our Kaster, deieuda on this date. Tina Utter always comes on the Sunday Mowing the first full moon after the sun crosses the line. This eccouuts for its be ing ao "movable" a feast. March Ladies' liouic Journal. -The February niimbor of "The Little lllue Hook" contains the latest revised time tables uf all the railroads In llio Slato. It is corrected and issued monthly. It is Indospcnaible to people ho travel or as a book of referouce. It is the most accurato guide published. Sent postpaid at fl per year. Single pies by mail II) ceuta. Address, W. 1'. Hastings, Milton, I'a. Mr. J, T. O'Kourko, with the Watson I .and Lumber Co. at Mayburg since liny started their extensive mill al that place, has moved his family to Cleveland, hav ing resigned his position with the com pany. Mr. O'Rourke is an expert In the handling of band mills, and his popular ity with the peop'o among whom he has mingled f 'r the past six years was very general and they aro sorry to see him de part Iroiu the county. The editor of th- Lille Valley Huh traveling In the South for his health, and writes to his paper about the sudden changes of climate in Texas, which he illustrates by tho following incident: "A farmer was driving an ox team across llio prairie when one of them died from heat exposure. The farmer waa poor, and to make the beat of his m isfortuno, he stop ped to skin llio ox, and before ho could get the hide off tho other ox fiozo lo aih. Tint's a hot one and a cold one, too." Statesman Wenk, of Tlone la, sees no parent cause for alarm over the pros pect of ico gorges and floods when the break-up comes, lint "Jake" is up to ward the head waters, you see, and he isn't afraid of water any way as a chaser. HeniHs kianptlmisin lili.7.rd. And this base insinuation carries with it the infer ence that we would'nt shy at tho article that usually precedes tho "chaser,"eilher. The Milliard Colonel will kindly name the weapons ; we have the choice of dis tance. At the recent oloction hold in Slief- flold, Warren county, W. L. Klinesliver, former Tioncsta boy was re-elected treasurer and clerk on the Republican ket. Notwithstanding extra efforts were made by the opposition to down Hilly his majorities wre larger than he fore. The proposition to increase the cbt of the township In order to finish the new fll'.OoO school building in tne town of Shellleld carried by a good ma jority, and the new edifice will be com pleted the coming summer. In Mercer County Judge killer has ruled that all retail dealers in Sou 111 Sharon and Wheatland shall chaie at 8;-T in., and keep closed until 7:15 a. in. He fixes the same hours for wholesalers, and goes further by adding these restric tions : "Liquors shall not be furnished in other places or rooms than in the bar room. No liiiuoia shall be sold lo any rsons on their way to work at 3 p. in. 6 p. in. or 9 p.m., or at any other hour when going to their work, nor during the hours they are at work." The lecture by Prof. DeMotte nexl Saturday evening in the Court House will interest everybody, aud no ono should miss It. It is not often a town of this sirs has the opportunity to bear auch man as the lecture committee has secured for tills course. The very best tilings In the world are brought within easy reach let there be a full house. Tho subject of Character Huilding" disenssed by one of Prof. DeMotte'a ability ought lo ho enough to Insure a large audience. It la worth innny times what II costs to every person, young and old. A farmer in a neighboring township while in a generous mood gave his danghtor two chickina aud bade her "run away and be a good girl." He promised if she would look after them he would feed the increase for four years. The girl as it were plauted these two obickona and tho result according to the father's statements, are somewhat astonishing. He says she has 4 in the bank and some :00cbiekens which ho had to feed. Ac cording to the farmer's best calculation his daughter will own the farm at the end ol four years and will be charging him rent for living on it. -Ex. Stipt. Richards of tbe Water company waa around Monday morning Hunting for leaky spigots, and found Humorous cases where water waa going to waste by either carelessness or negligence. Hav ing measured the walor supply I e finds that one gallon is flowing into the reser voir every second in the 24 l.onrs, which he has calculated gives 10 barrels ol water every day to each tap In the main line, and yet it seems insufficient, a it is dilll- cnlt to keep the reservoir full. Con sumers should never permit leaks to con. tiniie in their water connections. It is these small leaks that in the aggregate create havoo Willi the water supply, wear out toe apigota, making- extra plumbing bills, and, waste water that any of us are lialilo to need very badly in cao of a liro outbreak. For the first time in many moons Tioncsta was visited by tho lire fiend Monday evening when the residence ol Stephen Hush, located on the hill above the Water company's reservoir, was burned to the ground, together with ita contents, lloth Mr. and Mrs. Hush were away Irom home at the timo and the lire was not discovered until it was so Inr advanced that it waa impossible to bring it under control, consequently the loss is total, as there waa no Insurance on the property. The cause of the fire is attrlb uled to a defective stovepipe from which it is supposed some sparks escapiMl and ignited the building. No alarm was sent in and neither of the hose carls were out, which caused considerable comment by people unacquainted w ilii the location ol'the building, bet as it was al-ove the reservoir nothing could bo done. The loss comm very heavily upon Mr. and Mrs. Hush as this little home was alllhey had on earth. YOU AXU TOriC FMtXDS. A ion was born recently to Mr. and Mrs, Jas. Cantield. W. It. Reck is down from lira. I ford tins week on business. Mrs. (inrllold flrovo visited friends In Oil City a part of hist week. Ted Kelly was up from Pittsburg to vist his paren s over Sunday. Miss Mary Lawsou, of Kagle Rock is llio gut t of Miss Lillian McCrea, Henry C. Smith came home Monday Irom the West Virginia oil Molds. Mrs. II. M. Zahnlr.or visited fi lends at NewniHiisville over last Sabbath. Constable Peter llanos, of llowo twp., gave us a friendly call yesterday. Mrs.Rachol Noble returned Saturday from a visit with relatives at Evans City, I'a. Miss Clara Kuliiis, of Lei per was a guest of Miss Hcrtlia Vought over Sun day. Hon. S, D. Irwin, of Tionosta, re turned home tills afternoon. Franklin News. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams, ol Oil City were guosts of Tlonesta friends yes terday. J. R. Osgood aud Q. Jamieson were in Rulfalo, N. Y., on business a couple of days last week. Geo. O. Slitdnger was up from New Castle the first of Iho week the guest of his brother, I. F. E. W. Hownian, K. C. Heath aud A. M. Dotilt were business visitois to Oil City last Sa.urday. Win. Cmpp and daughter, Miss Flor ence, or Cropp Hill, wore visitors to Oil City last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cook go south this week to spend several wteks. Hrookville Democrat. Win. Yautassul, of Ludlow, Pa., waa a guest of his lather in-law, J. H. Kden, a couple of days last week. Hiram Irwin, of North Pine Grove, and L. K. Soncer, of Redclyffe, were pleasant callers at tho Hki i ni.Ic.VM ofllce on Tuesday. M.C. Carringer Fq., of MarikD- ville, being dialled ou the jury this week, was a ploasa it caller at the Kkfchmua ! this morning. Miss Clirisliue Agniw, teaching the school at Cooper Tract, in Howe town ship, was homo on a visit over last Sab bath with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Hert Pense and young son, of Now Castle, w ho havo been visit ing friends here for the past month, re turned home yesterday. Miss Netlio Giering, who has been the guest oi lier sistur, Mrs. K. C. Heath, for the past month, returned to her home In I'leasantvillc Saturday. W. J. Gayley and Harry Fox, of No braska, who have been working in the barge yard at McKeesport for the past two mouths, returned home last Satur day. E. A. Yettor and Mrs. S. M. While- hill of Marieuvillo were guosts at the home ol'the tatter's daughter, Mrs. J. E. Wenk. Monday and Tuesday of this week. Editor W. II. rickinsoftho Mai ion ville Express was circulating among Iriends at the county seat this week, and made many new acquaintances in the county. Geo. Illrtcil was over from Edenburg last Sunday to visit his mother. He waa accompsnied by Miss P.:rdie Sullinger w ho was a guest of her aunt. Mrs. J. H, Osgood while Iiojo. Hert Kofoed visited his wife and little son Volorous, at Silvor Creek, (J. Y over Sunday. The boy Is getting along as well as could he exnrctcd, and he will be brought homo as soon as possible. Capt. J. M. Kopler, of Pinegrovo Mills, Center county, who has "been put ting in the winter at Hot Springs, Ark. slopped oil' on his way lioinn tor a few dava visit w itli his daughter, Mrs. J. D. Davis. Hengt Person, ono of Hrookston's staunch RepuhlicaiiB.Jwas Howe town shins return ludtrn and brought the re turns of the late election to tho county seat last Friday. While hero he niado the Ili.cuiiLiCAN ollice a pleasant call. Miss Alice Stitzinner, w ho has grad uated as nurso from tho Homeopathic Hospital at Ruffaio, arrived here last week, and is nursing her brother, Reece Stitzinger, who Is down with typhoid fever at his homo in Kollettville. A number of Wost Hickory's society folk came dow n on the evening train and spent a lew hours as guests at tlie home of Mr. uud Mrs. J. II. Robertson, whore they met a party of Tiouesla people, Mon dav evening. Refreshments wero served at 11, after which tho visitors completed their evening's enjoyment in a sleighride home. Yesterday was County Commission er Dale's birthday wo ain't saying which one, for the Colonel is a bachelor and his mother concluded to give him little surprise, bv inviting In a number of his gentloinen friends in the evening, She had arranged to have her son called out on important business early in tlie evening, and when the company-up ward nMO in number had gathered the tulpnliotiH called him back to the house again on important business, The surprise waa completo, Mr. Dale having had uot tho slightest intimation of what was to come. A very pleasant evnnimr was passed, and Mrs. Dalo had prepared a lunch lit for tho gods, whi tho same was quietly but very earnestly discussed. Tho evening closed with the presentation of a handsome reclining chair to the Colonel by Rev. Mrs. McAn Inch "doinu tlie elegant" in a neat little speech very appropriate to the mission, It was a pleasant event, surely. Mom Ihr CihibH unit works oil Ihr ( old I avuiu-n Itromo-Ouiniiin Tablets cure n.,i,i in ono ihiv. No cure, no pay. I'rii i" cents. " 1127-ly Georgo I. Davis, tlie artistic paper hanuer and painter, has tho latest in wall papers. Ask to see his samples and get prices. You'll be astonished at the .......iinoss ofcost. Horders. ceilings and ..lis ull llio shiiiii price. Engigo him II .t.... - WANTED Men and Women solicitors for someot the newest and best selling publications priuteil. Life of McKmley, I n.ler Ho:h Flags, etc. A golilen Har vest for the elieruetic. Address to-day, i fli Household Publishing In., r-ne, I'a. ! 5-t The Spring Election. ' TIOMKSTA IKIHot (111. School Directors, L. Fulton, J. C. Scow den, Rev. J. V. McAuinch ; High Con stable, W. L. Hunter; Auditor, C. F. Felt j Council, J. W. Landers, C. F. Weaver, J. C. Dunn ; Constable, S. It. Maxwell ; Judge of E eel Ion, Geo. W. Sawyer ; Inspectors, J. N. Gerow, J. J. Landors. TIOWKSTA TOWNSHIP. Auditors, J. II. Wentwnrlh, Win. Meuly; School Directors, Henry Wolf, M. Jaun ; Road Commissioner, Fred Dryer, Treasurer Win. Lawrence; Con- able, J. H. Eden ; Cierk, Chas. Wulf; Judge, David O. Hunter; Inspectors, N. Einort and W. W. Thomas. KINUSLKY TOWNSHIP. Auditors, J. G. Richards, A. J. Spang- lor; School directors, C. Y. Detar, Wes ley Whitehill, Conrad Zueudel ; Road Commissioners, 8. C. Jeuten ; Treasurer, U. Dotterer; Constable, II. E. Gillis ; Clerk, U. S. Day; Assistant Assis Monroe McMsnlngle. Maybury Dlst. Judge of Election, W. A. Reese; Inspectors, W, J. Shephord, W. A. Hart man. Newtown Dlst. Judge of Election, George Zuendol ; Inspectors, W. F. Ray, W. F. Jones. (IRKKN TOWNSHIP. Justice of the Peace, George Kliuestl- ver; Auditors, rreil Katliloii, A. J. Mooro ; School Directors, Ed. Dewoody, Herman Blum; Rosd Commissioner, II. Dotterer; Twp. Treasurer, James Thompson; Constable, Henry Weingard; Clerk, C. F. Klinestiver. Nebraska Dist. Judge of Election, John Gold; Inspect- William Lease. Guitonville Dist. Judge ol election, W. C. West ; Inspict- ors, C. (. Salady, J. M. Kleinhaminer. HARMONY TOWNSHIP. Auditor, M. L. Weikal; School Diiect- ors, H. O. Carson, M. W. Tucker ; Road Comtnissoner, B. F. Fogle; Treasurer, R, P. Bender; Constable, II. C. Keinble; Clerk, II. C. Kemblo. West Hickoiy Disl. Assist. Assessor, Isaac Slggina; Judge of Election, B.O. Stiles; Inspect ors, Grant Erb, Daniel fthehau. Fogle arm Dist. Judge of Election, George L. King; Inspector, M. L. Range. HICKORY TOWNSHIP. Auditor, W. If. Stiles ; School Direct- ors, G. W. Warden, T. J. Bowman; Road Commisaioner, John Dickrager; Treas urer, O. W. Warden; Coustable, R. M, Whitton ; Clerk, E, L. Gorman; Over- aeer of Poor, W. E. Witherell ; Judge of Election, J. Anderson; Inspictors, John Thomson, II. Hillard. BARNETT TOWNSHIP. Auditors, Roliert McBeth, L. W. Hulier; School Directors, W. A. Croasmun, J. P. Ion ; Road Commissioner, James Cous ins; Treasurer, Philo Williams; Con stable, W. M. Filgei aid; Clerk J. E. Cossgrove; Assist. Assessor, Isiah Casset. Clarington Dbt. Judge of Election, R. C. Gordon ; Inspectors, A. G. Casset, Guy an Horn. Redely!!' Dlst. Assist. As sessor, James Woods ; Judue of Election, Wm. Rarie ; Inspectors, Charles Black, Edwin Work. Coossburg Dist. Assist. Assessor, W. C. Cook; Judge of Election, S. Cook ; Inspectors, S.S. Brsnneman, Reuben Watterson. JENKS TOWNSHIP. Auditor, Truman GilftUaii, School Di rectors, J. P. Castnor, C. F. Hunt; Road Commissioner, George Buhl; Treasurer, W. Russel; Constable, W. J. Burtt; Collector, W. J. Hurtt; Clerk, L. II Mensch ; Path Master, J. S. Williams, J Shine, H. A. Frost; Marienville Dist., Judco of Election. D. H. Shields; In spectors, C. Fitzgerald, Scott Harriger, HOWE TOWNSHIP. Road Commissioner, J. J. Ilalght; Treasurer, Wm. Hart; Clerk, J. A Smith; School Directors, Frank Dickin son. A. D. Goal i Constable, D. H. Alli son ; Auditor, Samuel Williams. Elect Ion oUicers: Halllown. W. T. Kerr. Judge; Frank Eastwood, R. II. Kinney Insieetors; Pigeon, Alex Van Ho.-p Judge; Samuel Barr, B.C. Hadden, In- sp vtors. Letter to Dr. F. S. Hunter. Tioiicafii, Pa, Dear Sir : Yon are a dentist you know a good job, out side a mouth as well as in side. Perhaps your house nteils painting, Devoe lead and r.lnc Is your paint. Sold under this guarantee: '-If you have any fault to find with this paint, either no?' in putting it on, or hereafter in tlie wear, tell your dealer about it. "We authorize him to do what is right at our expense." And we are responsible: business es tablished 140 years ago without a break the largest paint-manufacturer in tho United States. Youra truly, 63 F. W. DevoK, A Co. P. 8. Jas, D. Davis sells our paint. Til ft UK A OLD IN (INK D.tV Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it fails locure. E. W. Grove's signature is on eacli box. 2."c. ll-W-ly I.AMT FI.O It III A TOl'K. Via I'rnnsylvauia Knilrvad. The last Pennsylvania Railroad tour of the season to Jacksonville, allowing al most three months In Florida, will leave New York, Philadelphia, and Washing ton March 4. Excursion tickets, including railway transportation, Pullman accommodations (one berth), and meals en route while go ing on the special train, will be sold at the following rates: New York, .'lO.OU: HulTalo, lil.i".; Rochester, $V1.0n : El niira, $.'1.4.rij Erie, f-Vt.Mj; Williamsport, $00.00 i Wilksbarre. 30.3i; and at pro- poriionate rates Irom other points. Re turning, passengers will use regular trains until May SI, !!. Tickets admit of a stop oil at Charleston Exposition on return trip. For tickets, itineraries, and full Infor mation apply to ticket agouta, or address Goe. W. Hovd, Assistant General Passen ger agent, Broad Street station, Philadel phia. 2-W-H. Mr. Whrrlrr iol IIM f Ills lthenilll. "Durimr tlie winter of IS! I was so lame in niv joints, in fact all over mv IkmIv. that "l con d hardly bobbin around. when I Isjiigbta liottloof Chamliorlain's Pain Halm. From tho first application 1 began to get well, and was cured and have worked steadily all the year. R. Wheeler, Northwoo.l. N. Y. Sold by Killiner Hros. Tionesta, W. G. Wil kms West Hickory, I'a. Court Minutes. Court convened at 2 p. ni. Monday with President Judge Lindsey and As sociate Crawford and Dotterer on tbe lench. Alter hearing and disposing of a number of motions, the uamea of the Grand Jurors were called and they were sworn and charged by His Honor Judgt Lindsey. W. P. Crouch of Hickory, was apKiiuted Foreman and the Jury re tired in charge of Constable Kemble of Harmony. In addressing tlie Jury tbe Com t spoke in very complimentary terms of the sppesrsnl peace and good order prevailing In our county, calling attention to the fact that the services of the grand jury had not been needed since May term of last year. The Constables of tho couuoty weie sworn and handed iu their returns. The civil list was then gone over and it waa found that nono ol the causes were ready for trial. The case off. D. Collins vs. John Wil son w as continued by consent. J. W. Baxter vs. Patterson t Beck, continued at cost of plaintifl for the term. R. S. Winlock vs. A. I). Neil. Settled. Mary Caldwell vs. Hrahaney A Healy, continued by consent. The first case to be tried was Ibat of tlie Commonwealth vs. Patrick Richards, against whom the grand jury had found a true bill on a charge of assault and bat tery witli intent to commit rape. The prosecutor . as Richard Fail of Lynch, llowo township, where the offense is alleged to have b en committed, the vic tim being a daughter of Mrs. Fair, aged oboul 13 years. Alter ilelilierating during the night 'hejuay brought in a verdict of guilty i n the second count of the indict ment-assault and ba tery only. Case of Cominunweall :i agaiust Joseph Duriiell, charge, aggravated assault and battery, Edward Groce prosecutor. True bill Case now on tilal. A new trial was refused in the case of Wutso.i vs. Beck, tried at last term of court. I ream uf the News. Yen can got it at Hopkius' store. If It takes a ood general to keep him self well dicipliued. No money lost, in trading at Tionesta Cash Store. It Reputation is a bubble'bard to blow out but easily burst. New goods every day at Hopkio's Storo. It You can't convince a dyspeptic that to be good is to be happy. P'tii granulated sugar for $1.00 if ynu buy (10.00 worth of clothing or shoes at T-C. S. It Unless a man settles down be Is sel dom in s position lo settle up. See the line of men's shoes al fM.25 at Robinson's. Five styles. It Faith may move mountains, but it takes coin to move household goods. Don't miss that sale on Friday and Saturday. Soe T. C. 8. ad. It Many a young man leaves the (arm because thoro is no place like home. The vVhite Star Grocery ia Ihe place to go for everything fresh In the grocery line. It It is simply impossible for a young man to keep his engagement secret. He ia in duly bound to inform the interested female. Every person that has looked at our carpet temples say tbey are tine, all kinds. Host grades aud lowest prices. Heath A Feit. It It's a wise mother-in-law who knows hor own daughter's husband. We aro always glad to see new cus tomers, because our prices and methods will stand tho closest inspection at T. C, Storo. It A man seldom knows what he doesn't want u nlil alter he gets It. We have just received a full line of "Progress shirts" for spring. They're sll handsome, ."slo slid $1.00. Heath A Feit. It Some men are so mean they won't even pay back borrowed trouble. Goods priced right will sell, in the "dull season," hence no dull days at T. C. S. it It has been said that more w.'ves are disappointed in love than spinsters. "All the world loves a lover," except the gas company. Gel one uf those line lamps at T. C. S. and every one will be your Iriend. It A fool girl olten encourages a fool man for the purpose of bouncing him Get ready for the "slushy" season by lilting your feet in a pair of those good shoes at T. C. S. It Every girl imagines alio can sing so does every frog. The "slushy" season has no dread for those who buy a pair of those heavy shoes at T. C. S. It Another lot ol shirt waist psttern at Hopkins' store this week no two alike, Gray hairs are no more honorable than he who wears them. The Jury' decision Stick to Tiones ta Cash Slsre. It NOTSMi.Ll,uX Rut Just as Hud. Nervous, Weak, Ir- nil i lilt-, Sleepless, Head (.'on fu ed, All Kun Down. Mrs. Emms Vensel, of o0! Elk street, Franklin, Pa., says; ")r. A. W. Chase' Nervo Pills are an excellent medicine. I was very nervous ami unable to obtain sleep, cons'iuontly languid daytimes got a box and they gave mo strength steadiness and good sleep. This is nat rally pleasing to mo." Hr. A. W. Chase a Nerve Fills are sold at&Ocabox at dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Company, Buffalo, N. Y. See that portrait aud sign. lure of A. W. Cha-c, M. !., aie on every package. For sale by Killiner Hros., druggists. This signature is oa every loi of the genuine Laxative Bronio-Quinine Tabu Us remfsly that cam rM la J REMNANT Clearing Out 11 odds and ends through the whole stock. We Lave set out about 100 pairs of La-h-.V Mir-ea end Children's shoos. They will every pair go regardless of price. If we could set this old Chestnut to music so you could nienmriz" ae would, "but wo can't." ONE THING SURE! We have a lot of good shoes. One and two piiis of a kind They must get out of tbe way of new goods. Most any price will buy a pair of them. Come in and see the prices, we have on all rem nants. Aod ynu will go home with all you can cirry. Best Go First. L. J. Hopkins. WRITE FOR SAMPLES We will give quick prompt attention to AI L MAIL ORDERS and try to make shopping by mail as pleasant and satisfactory for you as though you were present in person. DRESS GOODS. Soft, Light weight, Flimsy Dress stuffs most in vogue this season --VEILING'S, VOILES. BATISTES, etc , these wo have, as well as other STAPLE DRESS GOODS-any of which we'll send samples of for the asking. NEW SILKS, WASH GOODS, LACES and EMBROIDERIES. BAZAAR OF FASHIONS 10c. yr. An eight page monthly FASHION SHEET thai we will mail to any address for lOo a year. In ordering please mention this paper. WILLIAM Write for Samples. 203 CENTRE 1 204 SYCAMORE STS., OIL CITY, PI. LADIES' Muslin Underwear. An elegarnt assortment at extremely moderate prices. Come to the Drug Pure Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles and Druggists' Sundries. Killmer Bros. THERE ARE TWO CLASSES OF MEN whom this event will intereft tliose who need Ovircoals now ami who have beem wailing for "Lammers" to make a rut in prices ami those who, while ont requiring new garments this season, will gladly purchase for neit winter for the sake of the haiulsoniH savii'ir to be made. What YOU want to know is simply "What ia ti e sale worth to me in HolUrt and cents: Here is r un answer: Men's Overcoats iu Blue anil Black Kerseys, also two shailc of Oxfor l Gray. Every coat all wool ami fust colort, but are not the extra long cuts, were $7 50 lo $8 50, now 3.00. Men's Overcoats, with or without yokes, Oxford (iravs, 4H inches I mp;, slash pockets and (toorl linings; tolJ all the season for f 10, ami j.m. values at that, now $7.30. Black, Oxford" ami Green All Wool Friere. satin sleeve linings, Italian body linings, 45 and 4H inches long, tegular f 13 and 115 .mbis. now $10. Meu'e Overcoats, Coats with aud without vokes; Oxford, dreen en I Brown Friexes. Vicunas and Cheviots, best of lining, both in body and sleeves; tailored in tbe best manner possible; JIM and 8J0 reals, now 8 1 5 SPECIAL 50o Reversible Detby Four in-IIaiids i our furnishing window for 25c foTTEL PR 4l2c435ENECA5T. U"'" niaf SALE! B. JAMES, Telei hone, either line, 257 Store for ICE" CLOT Mir R r, OIL c: 105