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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1!X2. FIfcE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AGENCY ..or-. II. ABM & SOI, TlOSKSTA, PA. All Leading Companle lieprenented. Wild Lands, Farms, Jfounes C' Lots for Sale or Rent. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. nkw aivi:utimk.ii:nth. Lain mors. Ad. Hopkins. Locals. Heath tV. Kvit. Lorain. I'cnn'a Ky. Header. F.dinlmro Normal. Local. Lawrence Paint. Locals. KoliliiNiin. Ail. and Local. V. M. A Kt. P. Ky. Header. White Star (Inwy, Im-bU. Tionesta C:mh Store. Lorn)". David Mint.. Ail anil Lorain, lnlors'ale Correa. Inst. Want ml. Knox A Hill. Dimoliition Nolire. Wn'ren Husineaa University. I .orals Win. T. Liudsoy. Two Notices iu Hank ruptcy. Oil market closed at $1.22. t ine china dishes at T. C. 3 It Oil ami gas leases at this otuce. -Walton ! Icails the n all. T. C. S. ItopKina itella the Dunn las shoes tl All Ox fold at cost at Ueath A Kill I'd. Got a new price lint at Tionsta Cash Store. It Shirt waist at reduced prices. Knb Inaon. It - Try u on your next (jrocery onler. Heath A Felt. It Clearance salo at Davitl Minla's, Marlenville, Pa. tf Great slaiiKhlor In prices at Hopkins' store tills month. It This l the time to nrilor your ault a' reduced prices at T. P. S. It Oneo used, always used Lawrence Pa inta -aolil by KHImcr II; cm. It Hed and white raspberries at the White Ktai Grocery. Delirious fruit. It For S lie at Seowdon A Clark's shop, aeonnd hand, butrgy Dolson self-oiling axle. tf rami! rami! ralnt! bo sure you get Lawrence -no Loniine ask Ki"iner Ilroa. It 'I'hone your orders to the White Star Grocery and fret quick and siillsi'aelory rwsiills. It Farmer are liavmic a tough time trvincln harvest their rrops between down-pours. Simon C. Whitmore of K-st Hickory was recently ri anted a $17 monthly pen alon by I'nclo Sam. Prices at Hopkins' store rut no Ire this month. Yon ran get alxiu! any tiling you want at your own Itgure. It If lie grounds are 'u couclition llere will be a gamo of ball here tomorrow afternoon with aTllusrlllo Irani. The street hose are about -the only articles that are Kelting any on.ioynieut out of this everlast'ni: wot weather. Tub river and creek wore ag-iln on the rampage the Uist of the week, being bank full and running over in spots. Scowilen cC (-'lark have for sale a second-hand buggy and wagou. Anyone In Heed of either can secure a bargain tf If the spirit of St. Swlthln ia present, will It kindly indicate, by raps, how many inoro days of the prevailing wnl uesa we are to have? HI ix7.tr J. Yes do, Saint. The quality of work done at the F.d inborn Normal is of the nicilicM character, and expenses are the lowest. Send lor Illustrated calf'ogue. Fall session opens September 2. John F. Il'gler, Pritiei pal. It Mrs. C. F. Weaver had nuincous t.llorB last Saturday evening who came to witness the "coming out" of lior beau tilul night-blooming cerous. Tliero are thirteen iuore buds on the plant, w hich will bloom some llmo in August. On account of the Maccabees' lleunlmi at Oil City, July '21, the Pennsylvania ltailroad Company will sell round trip tickets to Oil City, Juiy '23 and 21, good to return until July 2.'i, inclusive, from Erio, Corry, Wairen, Parker, and inlcr inediaie stations, at reduced raics (mini mum rate, -5 cents). It Warren and Jumestown aro to be connected by trolley iu the near uitire. The Warren A Jaineston l'.lectrio Ky., which w as incorporated lint week is to build a lino from tho city Pna of James town to the State line. A company to build a road from Warren to the State line was chartered several weeks ago, David Mints, the wide-awake mer chant of Marlenville, swing" a broad guago ad. to the breeze in this issue of the Kki-uiilicakj, announcing his August clearance sale. David is one of Forost county's broad-guago uieroiinuls, a fact which his patrons discover w hen they go their to deal. He always tiutkcs good his promises. The supremo court has decided that shade trues in front of a man's residence, although located on public property, be long to him. The case iu which the de cision was rendered was one iu which a pro-iorty owner sued a telephone com pany (or cutting off the limbs of hislrecs. The decision Is one of vilul in'urbst to property owners. Tho harmony Tc nship school board has elected the following corps of teach ers for tho ensuing torm : West Hickory, ('has. F. Coinslock, principal; No. 1, Minnie Carroll j Trnnkey ville, Mary Casey j Fagundus, J. A.. Stevens; Flem ing Hill, A. M. March ; Noilllnwii, llcs- Hio Ityers; A I louder R Laura Smith; Washington, Peail Elliot. Hickory township schools will begin an night months' term Sept. 1st, with tho following list of teachers: K,f t Hickory Principal, l. W. Hedford, No. 2, Mrs. Mable Henderson, No. 1, Iva Caipenler; White, Florence Hustler ; Heaver Valley, Olivo Keillor; Church Hill, May Wha ley; Albaugn Hill, Anna Anderson; Conic y Homo, L'lthel Allcock; queen, Miss Lydia Albaugh. That boy ol yours has been working faithfully nil spring and summer. Would not a course of instruction in some good business college be an excetlunt way for yoj to show your appreciation of his work r llosides, it will make him a bet tcr business man. He w ill inako use of it every day or his life. Ilettor write to cloy to tho Warren Itusli.ess University Warren, Peuna., for full particulars in regard to lit course ot training in com inerriul brunches. It Jseatness, says one, is a good thing lora girl, and if shodocs not learn ltwhen she is young she never will. It lakes great deal more neatness to make a girl look well lhau It does to make a boy look passable. .-Mot becatire a boy, to start with, is better looking than a girl but his clothes are ofa different sort, not so many colors in them, and people do not expect a boy to look so pretly as a girl. A girl that Is not neatly drossed Is called a s!ov en, and no ono Dices to look at her. Shelllold Observor; Leon Watson and family were in from Kellettvillo Wed nesday. Mr. Watson Is superintendent of the S. A T. Kv. and will move to this place as soon as ho cau locale comfort ably. The HhiiiIs lumber mill is boing moved from Augnston on the T. V. to Parrlsh, a distance of about two miles from tho obi location, where the linn has secured a largo amount of limber. Hv fall Auguston will be practically deserted and ParriKb. will have taken on iftnv life, The initiatory icain of the Forest Tent No. 182 K. O. T. M. of Fast Hickory accompanied by several of tho Sir Knights, went to Nebraska to Initials some members for the tent there on Sat unlay evening, l-nrest Tent has a team to be proud of, as every member has his part we.I learned and practiced. Thev all report a good time. After the Initia tion was over the ladies served a boon teouB iiiiicii ami alter "good night " was said tho visitors departed for their homes, happy In the thought of an evening well spent. It is probablo the flap-jack supply will be somewhat curtailed this coming fall and winter tiuless conditions in o her buckwheat sections havo been more fav orablo than here. Farmers ccnerallv havo been handicapped by Incessant rains and many have been unable to get their ciop into the ground on account of wet conditions, so that the acreage in these parts will be much smaller than hereto fore. It is likely, however, there will bo enough pancake material for home con sumption, and iu casts of sickness, and we may all bo happy yot. Last Friday wl.ilo it was raining the men at a camp near Kellettvi.le were grinding their edged tools, when a severe accident hnppened in a peculiar manner. Ono of the men gave bis ax a Hop to throw it oil the handle he bavlngalrendy loosened it. The ax did not lelease itself readily, but s! nek to I he handle till It reached tho backward swing, where it let go and passed through the window of the shanty, whe'e It sti lick a companion on the arm rolling a gash four Indies long through to the bone. Doth men wore Swedes, but we did tint learn their names. Dr. Delar put In tho necessary aiitrhes. Tho largest Halo of oil producing prop erty in the history of Iho oil region was made w hen the Forest Oil company trans ferred its immense belonging; to the South Penii. company. Several million d iDars are euvolved in the deal, (he price being based on value oftlio various properties, which consist of3,7nO produc tive wells and LM.OeO acres ol valuable Pennsylvania territory with a daily av eiago production ot 50,000 barrels. This purchase makes tho South Pent! Oil com pany the largest producing organization In the, world, owning neatly a third ol the total production of the Pennsylvania fields. llradl'ord Star. I.ast Saturday's New York Journal, In a leading editorial, made Iho unquali fied and uncijui vocal assertion that "no mail wlio chews tobacco is lit to be mar ried," says the Punxsuiart.iey Spi'it. Adinit;lng with Lliiio Hubert Heed and tellers that tahaco Is a ilhby weed, and that tho habit of "rhewin' and 'splliin' " is not usually regarded ss an evidence of a bljih degree ol rellnomont, thu-o are to- bucco cliowers and tobacco chewers. One masticates tho weed iu a manner that is extremely discusling, while tho other makes so litllo demonstration that no- bony would over suspect him of being a slave to tho nicotine habit, tf a man possessed a'l the otbor qualifications for a model husband, we would not debar him from the matrimonial stato because he chowed tobacco, roviding ho did it ar tistically, and didn't chow fino cut. In most of Hie Southern Slates a largo per centage of the women chew soulf, but it must be admited that it does not add much to their attractiveness. W. W. Imuran Losses -i Ere. Wi'l am W. Thomas of tho township, w ho runs a saw mill a low rods above the crock bridgo, met with a serious and very painful accidentyesterday oltornoon, A pioce of a shingle was thrown from thn saw with toirillc force, striking his right eye, cutting the ball almost in two and completely destroying tho sight of that eye. Dr. Ilovaid dressed the Injury, ren dering Mr. Thomas as comfortable as possible under the circumstances. The accident is the more distressing on ac count of Mr. Thomas' age, which is up ward of 70 yoars, but it is hoped the oilier eyo may not bo effected by the injury. SeMItonn Visited By Tlneves. Coming homo from Titusvillo last Sat urday night or Sunday morning about 1 o'clock, Joseph Mrlnlyre and Wm.Swatt obseived two men In J. li. Mann's store at Neilltown, or Perry postolllce. They aroused the proprietor at his house, but before the store was reached the thieves had made good their escape, taking with Iheni about $15,110 worth of goods and some. Hislagn ' mips. From there the llueves went to the storo barn but were evidently frightened aw ay as nothing w as missed. They then went to the barn of fieorgo Paup, Stewart at the County Home, where they stole n horse on which they packed their booty and traveled in tho direction of Warron county. The horse w as found at a place called Hem lock, about three miles back of Tidioute, where tho animal had been turned loose. An overcoat was left iu the store which il is thought will lead to the detection of at least ono of the perpetrators, who ii is beliovnd will be pulled iu before much time elapses. Suspicion icls on local talent as the guilty ones. Y0C AXD YOUK FKItXDS. Mrs. J, A. Adams was a Monday vis itor to Oil City. L. O. Smith spent Sunday with friends in Kane. airs, vt . j. Campbell and sons are FrnnHin visitors. -Miss Maude Grove was a visitor Oil City last Thursday. to A. D. Neill of Marlenville, was a Ti- onesta visitor last Thursday. J. 11. Kden was down fioin Wa' ren to visit bis family oyer Sunday. . . . a.. - ..... ;ur. anu Mrs j. r'. Slieislev are up irotn Kittanniug visiting friends. L 1 ... t . nra uriscow ia nouie Iroin camp mi tno national guard at Gettysburg, ti r , . . . -. innn auu iiaugtuer, 1-ern, wero visitors to Oil City yesterday afternoon .Mr. and Mrs. D. W. MeCrea of Eagle Kock, wore Tionesta visitors last Satur day. Miss Ida Lodeburof Star, spent Sun- clay here with her sistor, Mrs. M. H. Ab bolt. Miss Mildred Homer of Kinzuu, is i guest ol Miss Maude Grove for a few days. ni'ss nate Andrews or Uil City, was a guest of Miss Minnie Overlauder last week. Mim Ellen Yottor of Marionville, is paving a visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. E( Wenk. Miss Marjorie Thompson visited MissWillabel Elder at West Hickory yesterday. Miss Gonovievo Castnor of Marion- villo, spent Thursday wilh Mis. J. H. Kobertson. Mrs. Wm. Smearbaugh went to Pitts- unrg ,-saiuruiiy to join ntr nusiiaiid lor a week's visit. J. B. Sproull of Uniontowu, Pa., has been visiting former fi lends here during tho past week. Mrs. Wm. liluui of German Hill wenl to i.ittlo Falls, N. Y to visit friends on Monday. MissGussie Albaugh of Jamestown, N. Y., was the guost of Miss Laura Bev erly a part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Korb of the township le t Monday morning to yisit friends in Clearlleld county. Mr. K. O.Shtit left this morning for Tionesta, where he has an extensive job to look altoi Kane Republican. Mr. and Airs. Jacob Kessinger of Oil Ciiy, were gnosis of Prolhonolaty and Mrs. J. II. HoborUon over Sunday. Haslet Grove nfchapnianville, Craw ford county, was a guest of his sister, Mrs. J. A. Proper, over Monday night. - -Mrs. J. C. Conway, son and daughter. Harry aud Veronica, of Titusvillu, are guests of her sister, Mrs. 8. S. Cau Held. Mrs. J. G. Carson of West Hickory, and Mr. and Mrs. John Shessloy i f Kit- tanning were calling on Tionesta .riends Monday. Allor a throe weeks' visit, Miss Cora atson has lelurned from Sotnorville. Pa., accompanied by her friend Miss Coleman, Mrs. W. It. Smail and son Ed weed, ol Ttunkeyvllle, were guests of her Cuadwick, last daughter, Mrs. E. W. Wednesday. M-8. W. II. Stiles, of Endearor, nnd Mrs. W. G, Morrow, of West Hickory, diove down last Saturday and spent the clay with Tionesta fi lends. Wilson Frost of Lainison, Ala., aud Miss Mary Frost, of Frudonia, N. Y were guests of County Treasurer and M.s. F. A. Keller tho past week. Mrs. Fred Slocuin of Golinza, aud Mrs. W. A. Showman and Maude Wat son of Kclloilville, and Mis. K. L. lluz- ard ol Golinza, are guests of Mrs. G. F Walson, F. E. Mabie of Erie, stopped in town few hours between trains Thursday and intended to some business, besides shak iug bunds wilh numerous old n ieuds Frank is always a welcome visitor to his old home. The A ndersou A O'ilara barber shop lias been closed since Saturday, both pro- pne'.o'S being the si -k list. J hey are uiending now and will be on duty again in a day or two. Scolt E. Leech of Manningtnn, W. Va., has bean among old iriends ami re lations iu (his section during the past two werks, and paid a visit to the homo of his sister, Mrs. J. E. Wonk last Thurs day and Friday. C. J. Swift, ono of Ridgwny's prom- uent citizens, and an ex-county superin tendent of schools of F.Ik county, died at bis home on tho 12th inst Prof. Swi'l was known to a number of Forest county's teachers. James Maxwell nnd Miss Pearl De- vlldor of Helen furnace, Clarion county, were guests of the formers brother, S. It. Maxwell ovor Sunday, but left Monday morning for Salamanca, N. Y., where they were married. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Stonecipher ol South Rend, Iud , were visitors in town a day or two ol last week. Mrs. Stono cipher and little son, Eugene, went to their former homo in Marienvillo to visit friends for a couple cf weeks, while tho Doctor went east on business, Ben Keily, who recently spent his vacation with his parents here, has been elected cashier of a new National bank in bis adopted city, Chicago. Tho bank starts with a capital stea k of ?200,flOO, and our young friend is to bo congratulated upon his accession to so responsible a po sition. None but tho most trustworthy and level-headed business men aro thus preferred. T. E. Armstrong, who has been hold i i id down a good position wilh a leading iron firm in Pittsburg for tho past two months, is moving his family to that city this week. They will bo located at AvbIoii, near A llegheiiy City liinils. Our citizens sincerely regret Urn departure of this excellent family from their midst, and wish them every happiness and pros perity in their new homo. W. W. Jamieson, of Sulein, W. Va , stopped In town a lew hours Saturday to see old friends, having been with bis w ife at Tidioute where she is at the bed side of her mother, who is seriously ill. It is gratifying to vt llbiir s host of forest county friends to know fortune lias smiled on him since he became a resident of West Virginia. He is vice-president and one of the lending stockholders in the Salem National bank, aril has large oil interests iu that section, but be is Iho same genial, bi-Lccrted fellow ho used to be. Iieiiuioii of Hie Tinncsta hanjers. July Kith dawned beautiful, aud at an early hour our streets were astir with the boys in blue and their friends, to enjoy with their comrades of the "Tionesta Kangets" the third reunion of the above organization. Tho bind shaking among llioold boys was of the fraternal uatureaud spoke better than language could the feel ings of the heart that beats under the lit tie G. A. It. button. At 11 a. in. the Bur gess, Hun. T. F. Ritchey, delivered au able and patriotic address, welcoming the boys to the town, to which the President. capt. I), s. Knox, responded in a style that met the approval of all. Dinner at the different hotels for all at 1 o'clock, p Tills was the gilt of our highly esteemed comrailo, Capt. I). 8. Knox, the liast Cap tain ot the Itangors, or Company O, 8:;d Kegt., Pa. ols. Dinner disposed of the bugle soundod tho old assembly call at the hall, where the business meeting and camp-lire was held. The election of offi cers was promptly entered Into and re sulted as follows: President. D. S. Knox; Vice- Presi. lent, D. W. Clark: treasurer, C. A. Hill; Secrelary, J. Albaugh. The followi ntr eomiailes were appointed as a memorial committee: D. W. Clark, J. Albaugh and W. P. Sig- gins, this committee to present report at the next reunion. By a resolution it was reed that a history of each member ol the company should bo gathered and compiled for publication. For this pur pose every member should put forth au extra effort to push the mailer along by sending to the secretary the following facts: When and where born ; postolllce address ; when did you enlist and whore: when discharged ami why; is there any particular experience In your army lilj or In that of any comrade which you be- liovo to bo worthy of historical preserva tion t rtto it up in as few words as pos sible and it will be put in shape by the historic il comiiii lee. Whore comrados were killed or have since died their friends aro requested iu connection with the foregoing also to give date and placo of death, and any other iuformalion they may deem necessary. Do not delay this matter, but be prompt and you w ill not regret the ell . rt yon make In this con nectlon. Alter the business was finished a camp tirs was set ablaze by Comrade Knox in a few brief but eloquent remarks. The boys all feel that Capt. Knox is the fathor ot old Co. G, and his kind words are at all times appreciated. Capt. J. M. Clapp was called on and responded briefly, pay ing a glowing tribute to Iho gallant old KM ltegt., of which Co. G was a part. Comrade Clapp was heartily applauded by all present. He servod his country well while Captain oi Co. F, 121st Kegt., 'a. Vols., and is now a power lor good In tho G. A. R. Lieut. S. D. Irwin, gener ally known as "Judge" Irwin, in bis happy vein of thought of the years gone by, was next to respond and was round ly applauded. Next in lino was com rade Robinson, who has represente l this porilou of the G, A. It. in National En- cauipuionls many times to the satlslac- tionofall. He also added his hearty tribute of piaise to the 8',d. Then J. C. Dunn, SI. D., a son ofa veteran, gave an appropriate talk which was well received by all. Capt. Grace, the last captain of old Company G, responded brfetly; also Quartermaster D. W. Clark, and com radaa G. W. Mason, Sigglus and Al baugh, all of whom wore greeted by not ed applause. Many comrades of other organizations were present and partici pated in the festivities of the occasion, which will no doubt bo long remembered by all. Comrades of all organizations melt into ono grand whole, when they come together. The old soldier with hit wile and children, togothor with thoir prattling grand children, mingled their voices In the happy event of their life. The old soldier's Iriends ol tho highest class of American citizenship were pres ent with their earnest "God bless you," iroru all directions. Among lliein were many of the old land marks of the town and vicinity ; J. A. Proper and lady, S. II. Haslet and lady, Wm. Hood and lady, S. J. Woleoit and lady, besides many others, including Mrs. A. II. Kelly, Mis. Dewees, Mrs. Sharpe, Mrs. Rock, Edilor Wenk, of tho Rurc'iiuc'AN and Editor Muse ami lady of the Vindiealor. At the conclusion a vote of lliauks was given our friouds for their presence, tt our old Captain D. S. Knox for the real ho has put forth to soctire and make the reunion a perfect silcioss, and for the dinner on this occasion. Also to tho Kk ri'iiLXAM and Vindicate)" forcos for the ablo assistance rendered in our encour aeiuent all along by giving us space and publicity. Many letters of regrot from absent comrades were received and read, all of whom we hope to meet on a future oc casion. Comrades of Iho far west and elsewhere, wo send you our fraternal greeting along the line. Following is a list of the members Of iho Rangers present on this occasion, Albaugh, Wm., East Hickory, Pa. Albaugh, J., East Hickory, Pa. Albaugh, C. IL, MHiigan. Berlin, J. II., Whig Hill, Pa. Clark, D. W., Tionosla, Pa. Grace, 1'oler, Jamestown, N. Y. Hunter, James, East Hickory, Pa. Hindmaii, G. 8., Whig Hill, Pa, Huddlesoii, Geo., West Hickory, Pa. II ill, C. A., Tionesta, Pa. Knox, D. 8., Tionesla, Pa. Lyons, II. K., Oleopolis, Pa. MeCalmont, A. T., President, Pa. McCalinont, Geo. W., President, Pa. Mason, Ueo., Franklin, Pa. Pettigrcw, J. C, Pittsburg, Pa. Sigglus, W. P., West Hickory, Pa. VanGuison, Chas. II., President, Pa. Wcntwortli, J. II., Tionesta, Pa. Zuot.del, l' Newtown Mills, Pa. Agau wo have giasped tho hand iu fra ternal greeting. Again we havo parted with a prayerlul good-bye. Shall wo meet again? God only knows. Let us all so fill up (he round and measure of life that we may meet whero we wlil have ono grand and continual reunion, while s roll on and on. Sk-i(ktahv. A good bnsinoss education makes a minister a better minister; a lawyer a belter lawyer; a farmer a bettor farmer; mechanic a better mechanic, and a wo man of mean compete lit to inanago hor own allairs. Send to-day to tho Warren Business University, Warren, Peuna., for full particulars in regard to its course of training for business. It Muiia I lie t'onaliaiiil win-ks ull'llie ( ulil. Laxative Broiuo-Ouiniiie Tabh tH euro a cold in ono day. No cure, no pay. Price 20 cents. 11-27-ly In a Glass of Water. Put a handful oiglastd coffee in a glass of water, wash off the coating, look at it; smell itl Is U fit to drink? Give LION COFFEE the same test. It leaves the water bright and clear, because it'i Just pure cofJee. Thn imaM pwkum tnmtna uniform Quality and Irmhrmmi. Cream uf the News. Tho burden of love is never too heavy, Melius, canloloupf, peaches, etc., finest variety the market all'ords, at White Star Grocoiy. It A woman's anger, like a glrss of soda water soon li.zes out. Costs no more to apply Law rence than a cheap l'ainl Killmor i'.ros. have the best. it When a man falls into an error be is likely to be more or le s injured in his descent. Bring on your country produce, and I'll give you twice the w orlh of it in mer chandise at my clearance tale. David Miutz, Marienvillo, Pa. tf $l..)'l for moil's shoes at Tiouesla Cash Siote. It Many a man would be smart 11 he kne'v half as much as ho thinks he does Our prices on shirt waisls aud w rap pers aro below all competition. CaU aud see. Hopkins. It Religion makes good armor, but its no good as a cloak. Straw hats for almost nothing at Heath t Feit's. It Slight no man because of his poverty and esteem no man because ui his wei'llh. A house paiuled w ith Lawronco at tracts atteutionKillmer Bros, will tell you why. It This month will be largoly devoted to the sale of remnants at Hopkins' storo. Don't fail to avail yourself of the bar gains oll'mod. It Poverty has kept lots of people from making Icughing stork of themselves. Everything goes for cash or trade at David M intz's, Marienvillo, Pa. If A small boy says it Is impossible to judge the ellects ofa slipper by its size. Toe less luck a man has the more he despises it. "Clack Cat" garters hold up "llhu-k Cat" si jckitigs. Heath A Feit. It If it has Lawr nco on tho label it's the bust Paint -at K illtner Bros, it Tho average husband imagines his wife is a part of tho property he ow ns. Rug lengths in carpet samples Bell ing at T. C. 8. It The clean-up sale ol shoes at Hop kins' goes merrily ou and t.iere is a tare bargain in every pair. It The girl who is never seen to blush may have boon born to blush unseen. Carpet samples at Heath it Feit's. Get one and make a nice rug. It Money is the sugar that sweetens the miser's life. For bargains go to David Mint.'s Marlenville, Pa. tf One way to get rid of unpleasant people is to begin giving thorn advice. Groceries always cheapest at Tionesta Cash Storo. It In castingabout for a pair ot shoes don't forget that Hopkins is having a clean-up Halo in that department Just now. It Many a horo climbs Iu lame over 'he bodies of dead martyrs. Shirt waists at half price at Heath A Felt's. It New shirts aud pants at Tionesta Cash Store. It Soino smiles look as though they had been soaked in vinegar. Notice the pricos on shirt waists and wrappers at Hopkins'. Great sales go ing on there thes-j days. Ji Put your shoulder to fortune's wheel and turn it to suit yourself. lleatn it reit are selling summer goods at your own price. It Remuant salo at Hopkins' this month, it A prattler is a person wiio preaches out declines to practice. Did you see those $2.00 pants atT. C. S. It to t Tin: a t in. ii in i: n tr Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to euro. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 2.W. 11-27-ly The long list of students In attend anen at me w arren nusiness Universnv during the past year and the many po sitions ot honor and trust lillo 1 by its graduates in all parts of tho country nre evidences of tho excellent training that this institution gives its graduates, Young pool le who contemplate taking a course ol training In senile good business college will make no mistake if tliey se lect the Warren Business University, Warren, Peuna. Send to-day for pros pectus, u A il ii li il 1 Inwliitte Sunday School Ex. rtirslon to l'liniilaiiiiin f.nke Via Pennsylvania Kailroiiel. On Wndnesday. July 3u, the IVniiKyl vania ltailroad ('ouipany will anil np; ial cxcuraioii tirkata to I liaiitauiiiia I.akfi and return, (rood only on trains Indicat ed, at ratos quoted : Train IoavoM Tidioute 7:lo a. in ltatx, Hickory :M " I'ioiipslB ?:'.'i " Kaulii kork Mill ' Mayvillo, arrive I'M;, I 10 1 lo Mavvilln (steamer) Iv ..10:55 ' I 'hautaiiriiia, arr.vo 11:15 Celeron, arrive l'J: 1-5 " ICelurninir. Kteauier will leave t'eleion 4:15 i. in., I hautMii'iiH 5:15 p. in,, con neetinir with apeeial train lonviiiK Mav villo H:lo p. in. Children Ixitweeu 5 and 12 years of aire, half latea. It Not lee. IVrnoim liavluir aeeount w ith mo aro reiiiented to nettle ame without further 1c lav. All aecounla not Kelt ed lielore I leave Tionesta will lie loll in handf of At torney A. C'. llrown for eollneiii.il. Ciiahi.ix Am nn, Tioiio-tn llc-a'.lnif.c; ritiinljiiiL; Co. This Rifrnr.turo if on every Ikx of tho i;rniiina Laxative uromo-'iui.uiic iikta Ui luuedy that crnni a told In ho da Annanl (l.-iiina Young I'raplr'a C hristina I liioa s l,.,, nili d I'rrsbtlrrinul hurrh, Tnrawn, t ah July K3 let 47, l!MI. Excursion tickets will be sold tia the Chicago. Milwaukee St. Panl R'y, on July 11th to 21st inclusive, to Portland, Taeoma. Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, at tho rate orf'iO.OO for the round trip. Excursion tickets w ill also be sold on same dates to Helena and Butto, Mont., Spokane, Wash., aud a numlier of points in British Columbia at fcr.'K lor round trip. Choice of routes going aud returning via Omaha or via St. Paul. Electric lighted trains. The route of the Pionoer Limited, the famous train of the world. All coupon agents aid I tickets via Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul K y, or address John It. Pott, District Passenger Agent, Pittsburg, Pa., lor time tables and fur ther information. 21 SPECIALS Ladies' Shirt Waists & Wrappers We have 100 Ladies' Shirt Waists and a like nuiuberif Wrapper -and we are gcing to make the price close them out. $4 00 Waists lor 82.75 81.50 Wrappers, 1100 2 50 "... 1,75 1.25 " ... J0 150 ' . 100 1.00 ' 75 100 "... 75 75 " . 30 50 "... 35 Come Early Before . the Best are Gone. . J. Hopkins. JAMES.. SHIRT WAIST SUITS. ItGUMEXT heretofore that there was no fit to Co. has solved the lit problem very satisfactorily, you'll say, if you come and try these suits on. $3.30 Percale Suit, neat Peruiati stripe, waist self-strapped, skirt deep IS in. Ilounce. !j!:j..3. Black and whito striped lawn suit, waist box pleated, Gibson elTect in iron!, washable stock, skirt ith deep Ilounce. ljji!8.J50 Light weight colored "P. K." suit, Gibson waist, ekirt with deep ilounce. Ijji:$.7. Gratia linpn suit not all liuen waitt tucked front, skirt with three rows rulllts. (jjil.OO Two Miitg at this price. Plain madras suit, waist tuckod and hoi plea'ed front and luckod bnck, skirt with 12-in circular lluiice. The other a black and white striped madras, Gibsou waiit, trimmed with embroidery inser tion, skirt with double rullle. Suiis ut $4.75, 85.00, $5.5o and S7.oo. WILLIAM B. JAMES, OIL CITY, PA. Perfect Ice Cream Powder la Instanlly ready for uhh, requiring only th addition of one nuart of Cold milk, halt milk aud hall' cream, in all cream, to make two quarta of aa line Ico C'roam aa any con teei inner can ruako. Flavors Tor leu Cream are, Haitplierrv, Strawberry, Va nilla, Oraniro, Chocolato and I'lain (tmllavored to bo used with frtnh frui'ta or in making up laney ereanm.) Porlect Water lee I'nwdor requires only th" addition of one quart ofCold water to make two quarts ol Water Iceor Hherliet. Flavors for Water luj are. Lemon and Orange. Send us 2ne and we will mail von a packairn of any of the above flavor, with our booklet, full ot valuablo reeolpta for makinii all kinda of I'lain and Fancy Creams and lees. O. J. Weeks it Co, 01 Murray Mt., New York City, N. Y. Two-Piece Coal & Trousers Ono of the most peculiar suits of the season is the TwoPtcce Coat and Tromera, made of Light aud Dark Flaonels and wool Crashes. Last season was a sort of experimental one with these garments, and they became so popular aud so much in domand that neither mer chants uor manufacturers could (ill their orders. The prices are also very roasonable, ranging from lt.l in ft 13, and most anyone can own one of these Cool and Comfortable looking tuils in addition to their uxuul wardrobe. We have them also iu young men's aud boys'. Tho trousent of these suits are made to be worn with hulls, auil buttons inside of the waibtb'nds to accomtuo ilato suipemler whoti shirt waists are worn. It is quilii likely that men wili pay le.-.i regard t the propriety of dress and more to com fort, nml this assures the success of both the Crash !Suit aud the Shirt Waiet. Other Hot Weather Comforts. .oj;H",ee N!iirt From a good Shirt at 50c to the finest Manhattan at i.oo. Til in rmlrrwrar As low ns 25c a garment to the finest linen at $3. Ntrnir Hals From a common luc hat to the fine Panama at Slo.oo. Willie V'l Tho dressy man's fad, ON El PR 4I&43SENCAST, A',3 A.C.UREY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. . Hear of Hotel Weaver TIOKESTA, PA. Telephone .o. 20. For This Week. a-'ainst Shirt Waist Suits has been them. Waldorf Manufacturing ?1.5o to $3.5o. ICE" 'CLOT HIRER'S OIL CITY. PA.