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i. I. WINK. Coiroa 4 PaosnitToa. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, liK2 1902 MARCH 1902 Su. : Mo. Tn. We. Th. 1 Fr. 1 Sa. 3 5! 6 71 8 j;io 16;17 11 12 13 1415 18 19,20 21,22 23 301 24' i 25 26 27,28 29 31 ANNOnTEMTSTS. Republican Primaries, Saturday, Mav 10, liWi , Tkrms Conirress, $.1); Senate, $15; Assembly, f I:! ; Piotlionotary, $12; Sher Itt, $10 ; County Commissioner, t; Aud itor, f.") Jnry Coinmissioner, $1: State Delegate, &. Invariably the rash must accompany the nrdet for announcement. . , CONdRKSS. Wa are authorised tn announce the name of Hon'. Joseph ('. Siblev, a" a can didate for the liepuhliran nomination for lonerpss in this (-"Nth) Coniiressional District. AMKMRLV. We ara authoriied to annonm e K. F. Vhillekin, ol Tionesta Borough, a a ran didate for Assembly, subject to llepubli can usages. We are authorized tn annnunre C. W Ainslor, of Jenks Township, as a candi dale for Assembly, subject to Republican Usages. VROTHONOTARY. We are authorized in announce J. C Deist, of Howo Township, as a candidate for Prothonotary, tc, subject to Repub lican usages. 8IIKR1FK. We are authorized to announce Riehard W. I.edpbnr, ofUreen Tow nshlp, as a randidate (or SherilT, subject to lie publican usages. We aro authorized to announce Oeorgo W. Noblit, of Howe Tow nship, as a can didate lor Sheriff, subju-t to Republican usages, COUNTY CMMISSIONKIl. We are authorized to announce A K, Shipe, of Jenks Township, as a candidate tor t'nunty commissioner aunjei'1, lo lie publican usages. . We are authorized to announce J. A Nash, of Howe Township, as a randida'e lor County Commissioner, subject to Re publican usages. We are authorized to announco Con- rad Hurheoir, of i recti Township, as a candidate for Count; Commissioner, aubji-cl to Republican usages. We are authorized to announce R. I.. Whitlon, of tiickorv Township, as a ran didate for County Commissioner, subject to Republican usages. We are authorised tn announce J. It Maze, of Barneit Township, as a candi' date for County Commissioner, subject to Republican usages. We are authorized tn announce N. O. Cole, of iJreen Township, as a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to Re publican usages. JCRV COMM1SSIONKR, We are authorized to announce Ernest Kibble, of Tionesta Tow nship, as a candi date for Jury Commissioner, subject to Republican usages. We are authorized to announre D. K Carson, of Harmony Township, as a can didate for Jury Commissioner, subject to Republican usages. 6TATK PilLEOATK, We are authorized to announce Win. J. Oavley, of Green Tow nship, as a candi date for Delegate to the Republican Slate Con von tion. Congress has finally passed tho new Philippines bill and must bo credited with another business-like plee of work. It would be a striking result If the birth of tlia republic of Cuba should be quickly followed bv the republic of Spain. As lono as the Senate allows Tillman to be more than a match for It the par liamentary troubles of that body are likely to be numerous. Each Day developes a cow string tied to the bargain-counter offer of the Pans ma canal. An enterprise that is a buge failure as it stands Is apt to have plenty of complications. FoLB of Uncle Sam's battleships have been ordered to Columbian walets as a aare guard of American property inter ests. Tbey may also be regarded as a first-class guarantee of peace. Conoressma V iikklfh is badly cut tip by a veneiable Kentui kimi's gift of peach brandy to Prince Henry. This Is the supreme compliment in Kentucky and several notches ahead of the freedom of the State. Ci'BA will begin to govern itself with out a public debt and in receipt of rus tonia revenues amounting to $lfl,0o0,000 a year. With this start the island will make both ends meet unless it plungesat once Into extravagance. Tub House unanimously passed the bl. I to repeal the remaining war taxes aud the Senate has unanimously passed the bill to devote to irrigation works the proceeds of public laud sales in the six teen Western States and Territories. This la something of an era of good feel ing after all. Tim capture of the English General Methuen, the killing of S8 men, wound ing of five British officers and 72 men, and with a British officer and 200 men atill missing, all in one little scrimmage, leada people to doubt seriously the oft repeated statements from English sources tbat the Hoera are whipped and the war la over. The event has raused great consternation in Loudon. Tbk biggest, shrewdest insergent of the bunch, Senator Win. Flinn, has pulled himself out of the ramp and out of politics entirely, having resigned his place on the city and county committees, and his seat in the Slate Senate. Flinn waa the brains of the insurgent ramp, and without hia leadership what is left of the outfit goes to pieces. He blamed his withdrawal trom politics on a pressure of private business, but the probablity is that he recognized the tiselessness of fur ther attempts to disrupt the Republican party, and got out at tho earliest oppor tunity. Selah! Ix Uiis issue ol Hie KrKi iii.U AN ap pear lh arinoniiiYmpnt ol" Hon, JomiiIi C. Sil'lt-v as fituli.laSo for t'oiijircs in I this ditriot. CiHlouuUtl.y tlx Kepuli- licans of Purest county wiil welcome Hip day when they can uie Mr. Sildoy a; boost in this direction. They have Iwn I hij neur iiriglilttrs for many years, and ! uaveh.ian almiration for the brainy) statesman w Men they will take pleasure ! in slinnini: l'V their votes when the 1 proper time arrives. Mr. Buy a is buyinn a lot of blooded rattle to inhabit that new ten tliotiMtiiil dollar barn which ttands in the re.r of that new twauly thousand dollar house jut erected on his thirty thousand dol lar farm. Ill l'.'i .Mr. Krvan told us that if Mr. MeKinloy was fleeted the r;eh would become rlchei ami the poor would become ooror. Mr. Kryan was poor then and Ins present prosperity is the bel nnswt r to his specious argument. Terry Haute Tribune. AT the Republican County Committee meeting held in Forest rountv, February 21, the date of the primaries was fixed for paiuriiay. May in, ami "ilie custom or peddling emars by thn candidates,'' savs the RKrTM.UAN, "was again ruiuienincd with emphasis.' Are wo to infer from this that llieaverauo Forest county voter smokes (oliics, or would he prefer some- thing lor his stomach s sakeT Candidate must have some wav of making ihim- sei ces agreeable besides giving people the glad hand and cordial icrannlu. l'unxy .Spirit. May seem likoa mighty hardship to you people over in Jefferson, but it's thee Mel of the Republicans of Forest county, and it stands like unto the laws of the Medes mid Persians. Only the "glad hand" goes over here. It was regarded as a sensational epi sode and so treated by the tiewsnapers that a rich woman should land in New- York one day last week, bringing 75.000 worth of Pans finery, on which she promptly paid duties amounting to over $.''1,000. It docs not appear that sho com plained of delay or mistreatment at die hands of the customs inspectors. People w ho honestly declare their dutiable ar ticles seldom find any reason for com plaint. Hut isn't it curiom that the lie vspapers should treat as a sensational episode the tact that a rich woman vol untarily obeyed the law anil paid the dutii s that the (iorerunieut was entitled to re civet Is it because (he uitl'crenee Iietweon this rich woman and many other rich women is that this ono paid? American Economist. Win tkrs are sometimes given todraw ing on H eir imaginations tor lads. Here aie divergent statements resting to a prominent character, probably neither ol which is absolutely correct. The Rich mond Time says : Colonel Henry Wal- terson, li e veteran journalist, editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, Is one of the hardest wording mou iu the newspa per profession. Though well advanced in years, he ge s to his ollie - every morn ing at 7 o'clock, which necessitates very early rising, as he lives 20 miles from Louisville and drives to his ollice behind a spirited pair of Kentucky mares." The New York Press adds: "O:io who tins known him all his life says: 'Here is tho beginning of a very interesting legend. Tho truth is, however, that Watterson piobably hasn't seen 7 o'clock in the morning for 40 years, and if there is a newspaper man on the face of the earth w ho does less work it would be important to know who It is. For a quarter of a century I would bo w illing to bet thnt Uncle Hank has not averaged an editorial a week.'" About lloads anil Road 0 Ulcers hi For est County. Having had occasion lately to examine concerning the validity of the election re cently of a road master (called palh master also,) I was surprised to lind that the Venango county road law, w Inch was extended to Forest county by tbe Act of April 2, ISM, was repealed by the last Legislature. This w ill be found on page u'Jl, pamphlets at l'.'Ol, and the repealing Act reads as follows : Act April 2, lsilfl, "An Act extending the road Laws of Venango comity over the C'uun y of Forest, and fixing the w ages of road commissioners and labor ers, Act of April 2, 1-ti'J, P. L. fi'i2." Re peal dated Juno 4, 1WU. At first I thought the repeal was a utility because it is iu the midst of about 100 repealing Acts, and the act was not indicated by the title as tho constitution of tho Slate requires, the title relating to the subject of collection ol taxed, hut soou tosiid my eiror, by lidding decisions to the ellect that this principle only applies to origi nal bills, and tlutt under Art. 3, Sec. 0 ol tho constitution, tho Legislature may re peal a slat 'Ho by rcti-ri ni-u to its title only, ami so decided in Coin. vs. Evans, 5 K., pago 14 and I found the sumo doc trine of construction inJEiuns vs. Philip pi, 117 Pa. Repts. and other c iscs. So it is quite clear tin Venango Road Law extended to Forest, is now a tiling ofthepast. With it falls, ol course, the the ollice of Road Commissioner, as w ell a' Road Master, or Palh Master, and road district system all go down together. Persons elected In tho different town ships lust February as Commissioners of roHds, are no commissioners at all, as tho ollice has no legal existance any more. Neither are they Supervisors, for they were not elected as such. What are thej? The old road commissioners, of which there are two in the township, might serve out their terms ol o ill re and be "the last of the Mohicans," but that is doubtful, as their work Is totally different from supervisors, besides they could not be aided by the Path Masters w ho were elected in February last, contrary to Hie statute ot repeal as stated. Ill short, no sm h officer exists any more as a Road Master ill Forest county. When the props aro removed a superstructure falls. The best road out of the delemma it seems lo me would be for the citizens of the respi ciive townships to petition the court, which meets the 3d Tuesday of April next, to appoint Iho Road Com missioners as supervisois. This I be lieve would be the remedv. SA.Mt'KI. I. IllWIN. llow loCurc Hie ;ri. Krmain quiftlv Ht Jiome anil 1!;p f iinit..-rI:tin'M ('(Hiuh I.i'iiu Iv n uirfcled and a fitick ro'overv i uru to lollnw. lor tlto-p fiieasef, we nvf vpt io irurn o! reinedy c-oiniteViti any tcnd:ii-cy f ; a s.n J.i iai Imvuc ipmilicd i:i u, u Uih unp to r-ult in pueliliioniu. w hieh in J nion.u, wincri kIi"W. eoneiosiv ly Id.u it fmmIIv it.fi onlv M-rioiw jlrtiiL-er. Aninnu I i aeeitai" preveniive of thnt danu'-Tnus tbo li'tis ol irious.iiHls who lmvu un il lor Ilia (trip, not ono rao lias rver liron rpiKirU-d lliat (li'l not ronover. Sold l.y Killinor Droa , Tionesta, V. U. Wilkins, West llii kory, l'a. (nam ir tht News. S.nic people aro mi stiopioious Unit it is it wonder that llu-y trust theinsAdve. Yon ain pot it at Hopkins' store, tf M nine your enemies makes von tin- ootnforaule, am d'ea your enen.ies no harm. liet lino carpet samples at Tionesta cU Store. It Wn v is a picture of a woman, show ing her bare feet, supjiosed to represent Hope? Don't buy a carpel until yon see whal you can do with Hopkins' 100 sam ples. It It does a man good to be sick occa sionally. Hopkins sells the Douglas shoe. It Our new stock of spring shoes for ladies, gentlemen anil children is (list in aud we can show yon s nio exceptional allies, Oiiini) and examine and get prices. Killmer Bros. It Who substituted tho word roast for criticism ? The early spring sun is t'ie kind llml tans. Call and gel one of those up-to-dntosiiu bonnets at lltaih.v Feits. It How bitterly a thief accuses another thief of d ishonesty. IsPm granulated sugar for $1.00 ut T. C. S. It Every lime you commit a bad action yon arouse your enemy. An elegant new lino ol men's and boys' dress shirts just opened at Killmer Bros. It A cheek of brass is not always backed by nerves of iron. Sle es and Oxfords, new lineal Heath A Feil's. It The timet v word is ot inoro force than a volume of fustian. Best heavy shoes for spiing nl Tio nesta Cash More. New spring goods at Heath A Felt's, A man may drink himself lo a stand still, and yi t run through his money. I.ailies and genl s tancy hose, some thing very gay, at Heath A Frit's. Don't miss 'em. It Matches may bo made in heaven, but they aro olten dipped in the other plnco See the 10c. assortment of dishes ut T. C. S, They are worth more. The newest things in shirt waists, You w ill tied something to your liking here. Heath Feit. It A bur hangs on longer than a straw berry. Why pav 7o per pound for sugar when you can get IStt fo $1.00 at Tio nesta Cash Store. Unprofessional people give ad. Ice but professional people sell it. For quick orders either 'phone will fetch 'em from the While Star Grocery. 1 Talk alsiiit carpels we have I lie car pet line. Wo soil the Hartford. None better. Investigate and you will find they are at the head of Hie list. See that the luanulaeturer's inline is on the ticket. Hopkins. It Usually a girl isn't afraid of unarmed man. Everything spick, span, splinter new at Heath it Feit's, A stork to feast your eyea upon. V Etl'ecls ot a big feast are almost as bad as the effects of a big drunk. Our spring stock of shoes is here and they are all right. Nothing finer to be found any where. Heath A Feit. It Nino times out of ten when a man docs get justice he doesn't like it. Dress goods iu patorns, no two alike, and yet not expensive either. Call he foio the choicest are gone. Heath A Feil. A man who is fond of cabbage is nearly always a cigar smoker. A line ot ginghams the like of which for beauty has never lxfore been shown In the town. HeatbAFcit. U The more n -pinster sees of a man tho better she likes cats. Thrre Is more Catarrh In this spcion of ths cnntry limn nil othor diswasos put toKoiher. soil until the lust fow yoars was supposed l twi iiionralilu. Kor a arost mun y years doctors proiionnoed it a local disi'ase, and prosorilied IoimI Teinedies, and lv fsnstiitilly tailing tr -uro ivith loi-.-i) triMUiitcnt, pronoiinoeil it inc-nrHlilj. Scieiii-o li:iM provt-o t-atarrh to l-o a ron iilitiitionul disensi-, mill thureforp rHciiin-s (sinstitiitioind treiiinient. Hull's I'umrrli Ciirf. miiniil'oi-tiired liy K. J. Clienov tV Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tlm onlv (-onsiitn-tioniil I'liio on Urn market. It is liiken intermiily in doses from III drops lo n leiispooniiil. It ni'ts ilire-tlv on t!ie hlnod ard mueoiiH siirtuces ot tho system, 'f hev oMit one liiindri-d dollars tor uny caso it fnils to euro. St nil for circulars anil les timonisls. K. .1. CHKN'j'Y Co .Toledo, O. Sold 1V Drui'i'ists, 7;k'. lliill'sKamily I'ills are I lie host. I.a V-rivpc I'nh-kly Cured. "In Hie winter ofS:iS and ls:i!l f wis tiken down w ith a severe attsi-k o In i-rifipp." says !. Ij. ilewett, a prouiiiienr. drnuu'i-t of Winlielil, Hi. 'flie only meilii'ifiH I used v.as two bottles ol I'li.nn liei Iain's Cmmli remnily. Ii hroko op Hie eol.l and stopped the eoiih ilka 111:11; ie. and I liavc novt-r since heen Irooliled with Orippe." CliamtierlHin's Coii'li Itemedy i nn always he depended upon n hreak up a severe cold and waul oif any tlireateni-d sttack of pneiimonin. It is pleasant tn lake, ton, wliii li mkes it tlm most ilesiralile and one of the most popular preparations in use for llieso ailments. Sold dy Killmer Itros., Tio nesta, V. i. '.Vilkins, West Hickory, Pa. l.an-mi Urns', l'l lce Lis; . We are not doinir luisiness for our health, neither are k':vin Iced away, hut we will sell loofi Pure corn ineiil for $I.HI llHitt Pure corn and oats etioi I 40 UHltli Pure white midillincs I.'.'o I1HHI1 Coarse loan and liaif 1 -" Ion". Hrown iniilillimrs and hx .. I '.'-" .;!li Best slielied corn ",' :;lti Heat white oats fiS llrinR your dinner liasket and a lot of lisirs iinii we'll m ind you a load of Iced, if you line, while here. lU-meintier tlie old ad.iye, "Sceinir is liclievinir." 'I'lierc is a vital dill'i-rencii lictwcen liuro coin mc , and turo coin hulls 'o dmilit oii would rather have chop made out of pure corn and pure oats, instead of oat hulls, corn hiillsand barley hulls. ll IANSOV linos. IhiHKrr arCnldH mid l.n Urivvv, Tlm !r'HU- il;ini;fr from colds mid la pripe im their rcMillin in (iiif'titiioiim. J T rMonabiMr:iriMi u .(!, Imwi ver, iiimI ( 'ha ml't'i'lui h'm l'uit'li lU'mtMv tn koii. hI i danHr will 1)P tivni,lcl. Annum tlit U-ns i o iIkiumiikN wIhi Imvr iis'-i Mii' riMiii-dy ni,.olv. Ii wiil i'liio il i'"lil or an atl-ii-k ol In uripiii1 in loss tinio tlisn uny othfr IrriUiiK nl. It is ploasant anil mia lo tako. Sold by Killmer Itros., Tionesla, W. (i. Wilkins, West Hiekory, l'a. The Thousand and One Little things itnlispetisihld in llio Sewing or Dressing room. Our assortment of NOTIONS incluiles everything needed, and a very small amount nl' money buys a large number of useful articles. ROBINSON. $1.00 rhicag tn St, raul or Minnnipolis for pontile btTili in tmiril Klcopinu curs of the I'hiVHUo, M ilwuukee V St. I'm.. K.ul m'hv, enrl. Tutwlrty Hiitl KriiUy luring 'urrl Htiil April, l'.HU, on tiam No 1 U'avmir ChiiMtfit hL -:-.( p. in, l'ir hirthcr inlonniiticn apply to tho vwHrest (Ntupou lickot tint. ir whlri'SK V. A. Miller, mmmmh1 t';is-i'iitr Actit Oik-atf". At Fxt'i ntor's Siitc vf Vuluablo Heal Kstau1. I v ill rxvio at I'ulilit' S:ilo on S.ilur ilav, M:.rrli VM'l, mi tint prttnies, Ml I oVUu-k p. m., the KdwHnl Krir Kami, I vinir ninitir !ht ('iurion Uivr, in linrtn'it Tnvnsh:p( Koiost CtMinly, Pa.. om-'uili nnlo from (lio moutli ot" Oolomnn Hun, iimtuinim; 77 rtcrcj timrn or Una. Im provptiH'tits About :n m-re- olonroi. ; louo, h-.m, wa'in n1kh1( atul in ros try onit'uiltiings. A I. HO, Fannin I'nriu'tt Townh(p, Jt-Morsnn CnmilV, I'rt.. tipnu-itc tli4 tit'Mlth ot ('.to- niRii Htt. aloim ti c riarion Uivr. Con titinintf 1'lfi acn-H, iiioip nr te. 1 uiprove tm nt!4 lions", n, Ai., Uiinv-iivn lo lortv HirrM rhurot), 1;iIhiho ill tU'i'iHid ir nwth limlwr. Tkumh of Sai.k- OiHMhirtl f yun hnwe inotiov tt lo puiti at tiM'f nt h1(, tiilan In two nnnurtl p)iy merits with npprnvtM sut uritv. Hiht rtsorvi't. to rijui-t any uti l all h'uls. S. M. Hknhy, KxtHMi'or Man b:i, tfiini. New (itti'tN. Mt ath tV Feit. It I Ut. n lo All ll Marcii 4ili ami IS:h. Aim il lt ntul l'uli jtponal partiiw I'-t NVa-slmmton IS'atn particular mi'i all Pju'ttic ii1 p' iiiIh id jroncnil will U'avo I'rir, I'a., viatlio poj nliir Nickel l'lat t 4 fit p. in ( K'-mttTn 1'lty tinir) tnnlur my direct car. Special nprrn niaiivi nl em-li rual over which parties p:iR w ill also Ip w ith e. Itii ixirlanl arrq linemen t have hern inhiIp t'nr tnurislHear sp:io. ( airtnl Httri i m M ill he eiveii to women, chihlrcn ami tho muihI who may elect to mi wth me. No other L'ent can aivo yni the Name ailvan taufi"1 inr a nip of thin kind. You are hlrmiuly adviseil to tnnko your arrane noiiUatan early date Ahire II. Allen, i'J'i State St., Krie. l'a. A-12 It o t rio.j;sTA .uvitiiirr.-i COKPKCTKD KVKKV TUESDAY, BY HKi.iAin.r. iika 1.1:113 Hour "fl sack 1. IO. l l.'.O Com al, feed, 'ft l.Mi , ..).-, Corn meal, family, 'fl I.K) lh !.:. Chop feed, pin e (jiain l.fsl Oat.s (, .m Corr, shelled lliickwluat tl nir, f lt .( leans') liusliel 2.M Ham, suar cured .la Iliicon, simar cured .!" Shoulders .10 Salt l',.rk, f m .li Whitetish "( kit Jill SiiKar 0-.iiJ S-rup .50 Is. O. Molasses .''' it Collee, lloast llio liftjii Collco, lileiidcdjavii .-i Tea Ho .M lliitter (!.:- Kice ll.'n 1,. (is l-)t.ri:s, tresli rt .-- Salt r liarrel l."" Lard .11 Potatoes, f- bushel .Ml Potatoes, Sw eet 'r lli I.ime "rl liarrel Wl.lln Nails V ken li.75 Charter Notico. Nfiticn is licrrhv yivon Unit an HPj'li culioii w ill Iih iiini!o to Uio (iovcni'T o" t)iH:attoi rcnii-yiiaiii i, on .uan-n n, linrj, i,y lii:r A. StHckl-, A. Iv. Sliipe, Joe-linulil aiil oihcrs, iimiIt llio Art it AH?omlily iht' Ct'imiKMi wealth ot lVn nsy ivanni, piiiitlcl "An Act V pivitlc lor Iho incorporalioti ami r uialion nl' rertaiii i-orpfM atfiiM." approvpd April li'.lili, lts-l, it ' 1 1 1 iln MipplcineiiU tli'T)'(i)t lor tlie cliarai'lf r ol :iu inlcinlctl rorpor attofi, to I if called Sliipe Oil X lias t'niu pan v, tlie ciiHracti-r ami ol-j i-t of which i tu drill wt-IN for oil tun! a.i mid mar ket the product within (ho County n Korext .n fai'.j Stat, and lor them pnr tfi lo h:if, pose-j and fiipty all tho rights, hcnn tit-, aiul privileges (d'snid art fit Asemhly and Hh sup) htmPhtM. A. K. siiitk. Charter Notice. Notico is hereby uiven that iin applica tion will hi) madf 'o the (i'lvernor ol the State of Pennsylvania on Friday, April 4f I'Ml or a- sotin then ;tlter as may he, hy .1. F. i'ropor, K. ( I'ronpr, V. It. Lan soil, . V. ropr and U. INdiretiM, under ti.e Act of 'AM inl'ly f tlm rornnmii weallti of Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to provide lor tlm Ineorpoialion ami Herniation ol N.itnn! Con'punic.." Approval Urn the .'Eh d:iy 'f May, 1", and the Siii'p'i'nientw thereto, lor tho hrtrtor o an intended Corporation to he I called tin "Ivelleitvillii lias Company." Tne pi iui-ip.l nijice or piai-n of hiiHinc-K I of which Is al Tionesta, Forest Co. Pa., with hraiichet ut Kvlleitrillt, Kat Hick ory him! WiHt Hick ry, tho cliarHdt r and ol ject of which h lor tho pnrp'o f producing, dealing in, UanHportin Mor inimd KuppU ini: nHur:! I'r eilher lifht, heat or lioth, and lor other pur and I r these purp' ries to Iihvp, posM'KMa.id enj v all tho rights, lierieliN, ml privilej;p ol said Act l As'-oinhly i ami it suppleim-tiN ! .Sami ki l. Ihwin, S dicito T onn-ta. Ph., Man h lo, WZ :U . AN TK!-Mi n iiml mi n solo i:,,i for i.iuhoI tlo' ii vvi...t ami li'--l K.-tlu-.i: rnililnai'oi s pi inioil. I.iln ol Mi l. i.Uy, I lull r H Ii Klairs, ct:. A U"!i!n ):in vi't lor ttio ( ncrtrot.o. Adilress to-day, The liousul.olil l'libliBliili(r Co., Knu, l'a. 2-5-iit Wb.eels!Whal Would . V i C5-CTA-.A Slji.. tmmm Si )7 CRESCENT, IMPERIAL, OR WASP, all ininlt liy llie A mi rionn llioyile C'o , and line I wi'li I ho wnrl l fiinions Mnrsn A Wriglit ttrei IVn m ta'pi fro in $14 TO $25 ! I'iiiaranlrt'il for six iiioiiths. ('ill anil fxiimine Sample Win vis. Tioxrxr . HEATING & PLUMBING roji imxy. i , :'s r - nnsi itnTTli nTi-im- ll'tMl! ll ' -lli 1K M tuci.i l y ilio i '. Irl. ly i.i;; 11 t ' 1 . 1 I"' '. 'I l:.;u. I r..iMi. ,:o. r.o i.. tj 1 1' c.'.. nlr t i ):t r.nil -;'-'J ..' rr f. i . :-,-i jr.r..'.', ,i i ii l - ' V "V c .. h . .-.! ' ?X w.ii;5Vf.'.:.':,t.i iV;-" '. si.'.Ni;.n oil co. Ii ' .'y" .- - -77 ';: ...;,: - The Spring Campaign Is le w oil 111 WALLPAPER! CEO. I. DAVIS, The rei-OL'Ui.- d artist in Paper HiiukIiiii and Paintiim. has all his samples ready lor inspection, and a liner line al low er prices was never exliiliitnl hcie or 1 lse. where. Mr. I lav is is prepared lo show samples wild t;ive estimates on nil work in Ins I. tie, h ml it will lie well lor parties neeilin his services to consult I11111 si or co before cmiai;ciiiciit are miole tco lar ahead. Holder papers 111 at same pre-e as ceilings and walls. This is a new tiling and an important item iu keeping; down the expense. GOLDEN RELIEF ICUTS CWHIiS ANY GRIP :jnuiSts COLDS BHONCHIIIS SPRAINS E STINGS SORE IHftOAT ITISTVNAIIS, NEURALGIA OlAKHhOA COLIC L iniTofiis 1HSIDE oa OUT In 1 to 8 minutes llll HriMTHT Mr.Wlf.ll. HOW nl, out your stock of Stationary? U'c do lii.h class Job Printing. ROYAL SHOES. " VK ' t: '4 u S Pon l tlo t'io top of your V J II v r.rvt 'u-: nous i- Wo arc proud of our slaving of these superb" shoes. We know they arc going; to be prime favorites this season and have t.'iken special pains to mako a complete showing of these superior shoes. No other house has such a range of patterns or de sirable styles. Men's Women's Children's CiFDOtaiS AVsnr Sfxi.yg Sample of Wml Phpes. Air Gqqi$ ay EvEur Veiwitmext Tionesta Cash Store ALWAYS LEADERS JIT OTALITY OR PRICE. If a stranger thnuM aak you the road tn Kelleltville, would you marl him tnwanl Plencautville ! We dare nay n --vcii w.inlil till bint the best and nearest mail rU knew. If friend or stranger t-liouM auk you mliere to i; 1 in fee tho largest selection of --CARPET SAMPLES,- what noulil you say? If you lad I i,,ked over our line and would tell him ihe truth, (which "f course you would) yon would say go to Heath it Fe tV. There you can see ltiKly tlitisscls. VpIvoIh, AxmhiNters, Tapt-st tics iiihI IngraiiiH in nil NIjIon, And yi u will tie assured tho lowest prii i's, as well as courteous treatment Xon Wouldn't You? HEATH L FEIT. Up-to-Dato Dealers in 'EJJrtL WUIGIMXPISE. AO. A. ii. , Ways Cimik, President. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, IU U KOTO lis O. W, Kobinson, F. Kitchey. J, T. A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheelor, Collections reuiiUe l for on day of pr.yinent at low rates. We promise our custom ers all the benelits couslstont with conservative b klnir. Interest pld on time deposits. Your patrouaKe respectfully aolleited. Up-to-date! -UrVWX'iv ' BRIGHT SPARKLING ARTISTIC. Stock of now Goods. DIAMONDS. WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY. NOVELTIES. LEATHER GOODS. UMBRELLAS. CANES Htm vm Fritz The LEADING JKWELF.R 32 SKN KCA St., til I. CI T Y, I'A. LE atent Kid. AXMINSTERS MOQUETTES BODY BRUSSELS VELVETS TAPESTRIES INCRAINS UNIONS MATTINCS LINOLEUMS You Say Kki.i.t. Cashier. Ym. Shkarbauoh, Vice Preslden NATIONAL DANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 150,000. Mmearbaugh, J. II. Kelly. Dale, A Shoe Sale of Mini)- Price Attrar Hoik on Dmirable and Ml lish Footwear. Mpd'i liox Calf, Enamel, Pateol Leather and Kid Mioea, heavy ex leu HI 01 an le, $3 30 and 14 00 .hon for $1 !)0. M-n'a Heavy Kid and Box Calf 81ioc. call' lined, $2.50 and $275 shoes fir $1 I'D. Lad its' 82 50 Shoes, 1 eavy and liht soles, lace and button, kid and clmli lop, fur 11 75. Luilits' Enamel and Patent leath er shoes, 8.1 and $3 50 ahoes for t'2 25 liiyi' Shops, all solid, regular 11 50 eli ch for 00 a pair. Misses' .Shoes, heavy txteuiion tule, size 1 1 io 2. tl a pair. LOTH T110NES. JOE LEVI, C t. Cenlre, Seneca, A Sycamore Sfai Oil. CITY, PA. rimue 23 ATHER RIGHT PRICES. Goodyear Welt Hand Turn McKay sewed. Rugs,