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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. I. WINK, COITOR 4 PtOMilTO". WEDNESDAY, SKPTKMBKU 10, lHOi 1902 SEPTEMBER 1902! Su. ! MoJ Tu. ,We.; Th. ' Tr. En,. 1 3 4l 5! 6 7 8 9 10:11 12 13 14151617 1819 !20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Itepubllran Ticket. KTATK. Governor SAMVKL V. PKX NY PACK ER, of Philadelphia. .ic..f. Uormior-WILLIAM M. BKOWN. of Lawrence county. iVcrWiirt of Internal A fairs ISA AC B. BKOWN.'ot Erie county. i t'OINTV. 0i7r.M JOSKPH O. SIBLEY. AmemblvC W. AMSLKK. J'mtumolmn-J. C. HEIST. Mkenh UKOKtiE W. NOHLIT. (Ymnrv Commissioners CONRAD BURHEXX. A. K. SHI PR. Auditor -GEO. W. IIOLEMAX, V. H. STILES. Jury Commissioner ERN ESTSIBBLE Date to Remember. The last day for payment of taxes will be Saturday, Oct, 4th. Election Pay will be Tuesday, Nov. 4tb. Tub Democracy bas an issue, but din liken to mention It. It H "agin prosper My." No lNmvini'aL or combine, ia big enough to rule the Republican party. It governs itself in lis attaira. We atop the press to boiler "Glorv!" Editor Smith of Punxy was yealerday nominated for Congress in the Kill Dis trict. Hurrah) And now Judge Pennypacker's boots are worrying the opposition. The Judge has a right ti style of footgearf and the opposition will Mud that the Judge's boots will kick the rounds of the executive chair. A Dkmotbatic caller on Tom Johnson came away convicted that Johnson can upply the party with both man and ! sue. Cleveland, Bryan and Johson, Irom a Democratic perspective that may be said to taper off into nothingness. So-called State issues are pressed by the Democrats simply to gain Congress ional advantage. At the polls In Novem ber the people of the State will show that they do not believe in tariff tinker ing or In any manner of meddling with present prosperity. Good speaking can assist tbe Republi can newspai era duriDg the last weeks of a campaign, but the regular reader of a Republican newspaper is aUaya posted and ready to vote. Newspapers, after all, best serve the parly, for they reach every family and promote home discussions of live issues. Penkypacker bas a sense of honor which will serve him well upon tbe stump, lie la a brainy, kindly man, and when one sees and bears and knows bim, he does not wonder that he stood at tbe bead of tbe Common Pleas Judges of Philadelphia, lie will likewise rank high as Governor because of admitted nonestv aud ability. Tub Bedford Inquirer says there Is a big difference between true reformer and a mere fault finder. The true re formers in the Republi tan ranks having aeenred the nomination of a clean, up right and able candidate for Governor, are not banging around Democratic bead quarters trying to cook up fusion tickets. Having obtained what they ask lor they are getting down to steady work for Pen nypacker and victory. JosKru W. Babcoce, chairman of the Republican Congressional Committee, predicts the election ol a Republican Congress this fall. We trust that he la correct, but we hope that Republicans will not be lulled by a false sense of se curity and imagine that victory is going to fall into their laps for the mere asking. He claims 22 majority. In Pennsylva nia tbe Republicans must work bard to hold their present delegation. Evert man, whether employer or em ploye working by the day or hour, work ing for others or for himself, every man who believes that the conditions now prevailing are letter conditions than those that prevailed in 1S!6, should see to it that his vote and bis influence are cast against the election of a Democratic Congress next November. Pennsylva nia should return a Republican Senator and its full quota of Republican mem bers in the houte. The Democrats are as silent about the trusts these days as they are about im perUl'am and militarism. The campaign which the Republicans are waging against them has taken the combine question out of politics. Everybody knows that the administration is in ear nest in its suits against the trusts which are now before the courts. If the law is found, in the case against the railroad merger or the beef trust, to be inadequate, new legislation will be bad. The Re publicans are in the trust fight to win. Ex-Senator N. B. Critch field of Somerset county, a prominent farmerand member of the Grange, with whom tunny of our Forest county farmers are person ally acquainted, he having lectured at their instituten, said tbe other dey: "In Mouth-western Pennsylvania, tho name of Judge Pennypacker tUnds fcr every thing that should be embodied in the character of s chief executative of the Commonwealth. We have full faith in his ability and integrity, and we toel sure that not only the agricultural Inter est ot the State, but every other interest of our people will be safe in his bands." Wk say detent under a tariff reform banner ia certain for :ho Democracy aud we say it because the American working- man is not a lool. No manner of cam paign clatter, oratori"al hrewoika about trusts, etc., is going to make the Ameri can workingman forget tbe bad business conditions under the Democratic larill policy ol a few years ago. The working man may see danger in the so-called trusts, or at least think there is a danger, but he thoroughly appreciates the fact that steady employment at good wages, even if he bas to pay high prices lor both necessities and luxuries, is far belter than irregular or no employment at small wages, with little money for the purchase of either necessities or luxuries at any price. There is considerable talk olan extra session ofthe legislature for the purpose of passing a compulsory arbitration law to settle the real strike in the anthracite regions. If such s session is called it will prove a farce. It Is nnlicable that many members of the last legislature are heart ily in favor ofthe extra session, notably the boodlvrs, who think such a scheme would be just the thing. Of course this is to be expected. Wouldn't it pay them .ViO and milage, besides giving them a splendid opportunity to"bold up"the cor porations for a big stake? A special ses sion would lie just the thing for the leg islators, but lor the good of the people and the sirikers the legislature which ad journed last year should be allowed to stay adjourned. The trolley accident which jeopardised the life of tlie President and caused the death of his faithful attendant will di rect the attention of the public to the reckless manner in which electric carssre too generally run upon cross-country lines. There are some safe-guards to the public provided in the operation of gen eral railroad lines, which, while not lur nishlng the digree of security desirable, carry nevertheless a certain assurance of regularity and warning to travelers cross ing the lines; but the trolley roads are operated on to eccentric a system for public safety. Tho Increase in speed over the hoarse car era has led to rtstriclions and regulation in city operation and leg' islative direction must be brovided for the operation of rural linea. Wit AT was left of the Union parly, or ganized, incubated and used heretofore In the city of Philadelphia, held a State convention in that city last week, the ob ject being to endorse Pattison and the balance ol the Democ ratio State ticket, The better element of the party was in the majority, however, and when the kick Ing minority, composed of Democrats and disgruntled insurgents discovered this, tliey left the hall and held a rump convention In another part of tho city, where they proceeded to put through their program, endorsing Pattison and Guthrie, and substituting the name of Lewis Emery, Jr., of Bradford, for that of James Nolan for Sec'y ol Internal Af fairs. Why they didn't go the whole hog is left for the public to conjecture. It is said a deal Is on to pull Nolan down aud put Emery in his placA on the Democrat ic ticket Of course this will work, "like Pete Barns kept tavern out west." Tbe better element of the Union party en dnrsed the Republican ticket, and the Democratic trick was foiled. The Kane Leader has this personal history of the Democrat candidate of the 81b Congressional district: Hon. J. II. Watson, of Marienville, has been nominated for Congress in the Jsth district. Mr. Wetson is a radical I'rohi bitionist and had conducted a temperance hotel in Marienville for years until lire destroyed his house last spring. Ho will undoubtedly get the combined vote of all Prohibitionists, Democrats, and Inde pendents. He is a poor man with an ex celent record, having served at one time in the legislature. In scholarship he is a deep thinker, a reader of wide range of literature and a logical debater. The Leader man should come down and acquaint himself with-the subject of his sketch. To csll the t'emocratic nominee a "radi. al Prohibitionist" will hardly go down with so pronounced a Jacksonian Democrat as Mr. Watson. Besides the Leader seems to ignore (he fact that the Prohiliitinnista of this district have placed In nomination the Rev. Mr. Ruzza of Mercer county for that honor. The Leader, which is a radical Prohibition sheet, should straighten up and get its liearinvs before launching out In pre dictions of what is going to happen across the line. C'atnrrh ('annul Me Cared with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take in ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is not a quark medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best phys icians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the he"! tonics known, combined with the best blood ptirilicrs acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combi nation of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing caiarrh. Send for testimonials free. '. J. CHENEY A Co., Pi ops., Toledo, O. Kohl by druggists, price Tin. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Mr. D. P. Daugerty well known throughout Mercer and Sumner counties, W. Vs., most likely owes bis life to the kindness of a neighbor, tie was almost hopelessly afflicted with diarrhoea; was attended by two physicians who gave him little, if any, relief, when a neighbor learning of his serious condition, brought him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ant Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured him in less than twenty-four hours. Sold bv Dr. Dunn druggist, Tionesta, W. U. Wiikins. West Hickory, Pa. Are You Ooinir West! If so, write H, C. Allen, No. U20 State street, Erie, Pa. Special parties lesve Erie under bia personal care Sept. 2d, Hitb and 3nth. Grand chance to visit or setllo n the west. Particular attention given to womeu, children and large families Any tiip csn be made economically, com fortably and satisfactorily with him. Make arrangements early; over fifty went last special parly. A-40-8-20-4t A good bnsHiiess education makes a minister a better minister ; a lawyer a bet:er lawyer; a farmer a bettor farmer; a merchant a better merchant; a me chanic a better mechanic and a women of menus competent to manage her own affairs. Send to-day to the Warren Busi nesa University, Warren, Penna., for full particulars in regani to its courses of training for business. 4t Mill Without au Issue. Though the congressional elections are but little less than two month" dis tant, the Democratic party ia without a single dclinite proposition on which to make the tight. It has coolod on per ceptible on the Philippines. Republicans are far ahead in practical ideas touching the regulation of trusts. Financial ques tions are avoided by Democrats. War taxation has ended. Tho tariff Issue is open, if tho Democratic party carea to make that the pivot of tho contest, but, in the light of what happened a few years ago, they would rathct be excused. Pros perity si ill abides throughout the land. Business men generally are crowded with orders and every wheel is turning except where strikes are in progress. I-ast year's treasury operations ended with a big surplus, and there will orob ably be a balance on tin right side, in spite of immense tax reductions, when the fiscal year closes ten months hence. The Democratic party bas failed to find an issue in the year 1!H'2 simply because there is none on which opposition politic cm be intelligently based. But Demo crats can console themselves with the fact that no issue is as profitable as the rejected issut a the party bas been chas ing for forty years. It abandoned the is sue of souud money and left Mr. Cleve land in tbe lurch because he had a differ entopiniou as to that movement. Where is the issue of the 40-cent dollar to-day t Where aro tbe other Deinocratio issues that have been Insisted on in the past? A Democratic paper in Brooklyn says the puny this year will vole on instinct, and it considers the idea pleasing. Tho dem ocratic party is reduced to the neeesily of voting against Republican policies with out being able to give a specitlo reason for it. It is safe to say the next Congress will not be elected on instinct. Letter to John Dawson. Tionesta, Dear Sir: The late president ofthe Cro ton River Bank, at Brewster, N. Y., built the finest hnuso in all that region, in lSs-1, aud painted it with lead and oil at a cost ol gfoo-tbe bouse cost &ll,00i). In 1SS7 three years he repainted it wilh Devoe at a cost off:t50. In ISST this paint was in good condition. Lead and oil, $1(0, three yeara. Devoe t-TSn, ten years. Yours truly, ti F. W. Devoe A Co. P. S. Jas, D. Davis sells our paint. OF ITI1MC INTEREST. To Kr.ow the Cure for Any Form of Nervousness or Iljslei ia Need But to Head the lei Ion ing. Mr. Chester Kerr of No 151 WestSpring streot, Titnsville, Pa., says: "We have used Dr. A. W. Chaso's Nerve Pills in our house in two instances one a case of nervous sick headache, nervousness and depression and tbe other a case of gen eral debility, lack of energy and strength. In tho first instance tbe headaches were stopped and the nervous system put in good condition and in the other the pa tient built up generally until in good health and strength again." Dr. A. W. Chaso's Nerve Pills are sold at 5do a box at dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Company, Bulfaln, N. Y. See that portrait and siguature of A. W. Chase, M. D., aro on every package For sale by Killmer Bros., druggists. ItiMlurcd ItHfcs lo torn .tlnlnrs, Iowa, via I'riinsjlvnnia Kailroml. For the meeting of the Sovereign Graud Lodge, I. O. O. V., to be held at Des Moines, Iowa., Sep. 15 to 20, 1IKI2, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will (ell special excursion tickets to Des Moines from all stations on its lines at reduced rates. Tickets will be on sale from Sept. 11 to 14, inclusive, good to re turn until September 22, when properly executed by Joint Agent and a lee of 2c cents paid. By depositing ticket with Joint agent at Ds Moines between Sept, Pi and 22, inclusive, and the payment of 50 cents, an extension of return limit to October 15 may be nbta.i'.ed. For specilic rates and further informa tion apply to nearest ticket agent. Make yourself needed and you will be wanted. Train for business. There is no better place to get a business Irsin ing than Warren Business University, Warren, Penna. A postal card brings particulars. st Allen's Special Parties for all western parties will leave Erio via popular Nii kle Plate Road Sept. 2nd, Kith and ilOlli. Write H. C. Allen, No. !2u Stale street, Erie, Pa. A-41-8 20 41 Cut this out and take it to Dr. Dunn druggit, Tionesta, or W. G. Wiikins, West Hickory, Pa., and get a free sam ple of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet, the host physic. I bey dense and invigorate tiie stomach, improve the appetite and regulate the bowels. Regular size, 25c per box. Notice of Application for Charter. Notice is hereby given that an appli cation will be made to the Governor ofthe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on Mondav, September 2!Uh, lfO- by J. A. lele, E.J. Lesser, W. E. Deiiolia, K. J. Brennan, C. H. Rreiinan and others, un der tho Act of Assembly ol the Common wealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to provide lor the, iucorjinralinn and regulation of nadir il gas companies" ap proved May 2!Mh, A. I)., Iss.'i, and the supplements thereto, for a charter for an intended corporation to be called "JEF FERSON COUNTY GAS COMPANY." :ll i character and object of which is for ti e ptirMMe of producing, dealing in, trans porting, storing and supplying natural iras to persons, corporations and associa tions ; its principal nllice and place of business lo lie In the boroui;li of V arren. in the County ot Warren, and the places where its business in its various bran dies is to lie conducted are, the Town ships of Heath aud I'olk in the County of Jellerson, the townships or Millstone, Spring Creek and Highland in the Couu Iv ol Elk, the Townships of Jenks and Howe in the County of Forest, anil the Township" of Slieflield, Cherry Grove, Mead, Glade, Bieasant and Co:iewsngo and the Morough of A arren, in theCouii ol Warren ; aud lor the above mentioned purposes Ui have, possess and enjoy all the rights, benelils and privileges of the said Act of Assembly ami its supple ment. Johm G, Wii'.r.itoiiK, liidgwav, Pa., Solicitor. Sept. 1st, I!i2 IT DA VC TO ADVERTISE in II l I - THIS PAPER. TO CI HE A COI.I) IN ONK DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it faiU to cure. E. W. Grove'a signature is on each box. 25c. II 27-Iy STERLING WHITE LEAD Is the Most Durable Paint. Mass av Olo Dutch Psoccss. The STlRl.tNi; works are the on tr ones in the worM making thrir own spent Un. HARK I'KKLKKS or parties hsvina bark lor sale are requested to communicate wilh STERLING WHIT LEAD CO. Kmran HMIIitln. Kooklrls Kris. rinsun-Biia THE CLARION STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Provides Professional Training for Teachers, Prepares Young People for College, and Offers Excelleut Facilities for General Education. Fiir.i: tiitiox fur Prospective Teachers. Board, Room Kent aod Laundry, (127 per annum. For Further particulars call no or add ress SAMUEL WEIR. Ph. n.Prin., Clarion, Pa. PROCLAMATION. Whkhkas, The Hon. W. M. Lindsey, President Judge ofthe Court of Common Pleas ami Quarter Sessions in and for the county of Forest, has Issued his pre cept for holding a Court ot Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, Over and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for th1; County of Forest, to commence on the Fourth Monday of September, being tho '22d day of September 1002. No lice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peace and Con stables of said countv, that they be then and there in their proper porsons at ten o'clock A. M., ol said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those tilings which to their olllce appertain to be done, and tolhosewhoare bound in recognizance to prosecute strains! the prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that they may be then ami there to prosecute avainst them as shall he lust, (liven un der mv hand and seal this 2.lu day of August, A. D. 11H12. J. W. JA.MIESON. L.9. Sheriff. Tit I A I, MKT. List of causes set down for trial in tho Court ot Common Pleas of Forest Countv, Pennsylvania, commencing on the Fourth Monday of September, 1002: 1. Truman II, Collins vs. John Wilson, No. 31. September term, 1000 Summons in ejectment. 2. ' K. C. Heath and George II. Kllliner, doing business ss Heath d' Killmer vs. Free Methodist Church, W. J. Foreman contractor and W. J. Foreman and Guy, Milliard, trustees. No, ;ls, Sept. Term i'.KIl. No:. Fa. Stir. Mechanics Lion. .'I Michael Wert vs. C. W. Heigworth. No. IS, May Term, 1001. Summons in Trespass. 4. Tionesta Manufacturing Company Limited, vs. East End Mantel and file Company. No. 4, Nov. Term, 1001. 8nm uious in assumpsit. n. P. H. Ican vs. Geo. L. Carly. No. 4n. Sept. Term, 1001. Appeal by defend ant Irom J. P. tl. ('has. S. Leech vs. David Mints. No. 2i. Sept. Term, 1001. Appeal by de fendant from J. P. 7. Queen City Tannery vs. James Ahariah and A. B. Braden'. No. '22, May Term, 1!02. Summons in assumpsit. 5. J. F. Proper for use of A. M. Doutt vs. John T. Carson. No. 10, Sept. Term, PtrJ, Summons in assumpsit. II. Nathan Bebe vs. Mary Scliwordllold. No. .", May Term. 1001. Appeal by de fendant from J. P. Attest, JOHN II. ROBERTSON, Prnthonotary. Tionesta, Pa., Aug. 2.1, 1002. ' Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing accounts have been Hied in my office ami will be presented at the next term of Court for continuation : First and final account of 8. D. Irwin. Executor of the last will and testament of Helen S. Thomas deceased, late ot Tl nesta Horn. J. II. KOBERTSON, Clerk of Orphans' Court Tionosta, Pa., August 2 1002. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTUE of awritof Alias Fieri Fa cias, issued out of the Couit of Com mon Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylva nia, and tome directed, there will beex posed to sale bv public veiidueorouU-rv, at tbe Court House, in tbe Borough of tionesta, t-oresl Countv, Pa., on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, A. D. I0"2, st one o'clock p. in. the following de scribod real estate, to-wit: DAY A WELLER vs. T. J. FLEM ING snil B. J. DAY, Torre Tenant. Alms Fieri Facias, No. 10 September Term, !0n2, ( Waivers). T. F. Rilchey, A ttorney. All defendant's rik'bt, title, interest and claim ol, in and to all that lot or piece of laud situate in the village or Keilettvllle, K iugsley township. Forest County, Pa., described as follows: Beginniiigatapnst, the southeast corner of land owned by Kribbs, thence north 4'-i4 degrees west 100 feet to a post, thence north 41) de grees east I'iO feet to a post, thence south 4't) degrees west 1511 feet to a post, thence south 44' degrees west ISO feet to place of beirinning. Containing loin teen twenty-sixths ( 14-20) of an acre. Being same land described indeed of John Wat sou et ux to T. J. Fleming, recorded in Forest County, Deed lio k No. Zi, page 20O. Erected thereon one two story frame house lx24 Irel weathor-lxiarded and painted, with porch in front; one one story house 24x:t'l feet, used for Post Office; one barn 24x:SO feet, with other outbuildings, all in good repair. Taken in execution and to be sold as the properly of T. J. Fleming, and B. J. Dav terre tenant, at the suit of Day A Weller. TERMS OF SALE. The following must lie strictly complied witli when the property is stricken down : 1. When the pliiintill'or other lein cred itors become tbe purchaser, tlio costs on the writs must lie paid, and a list of liens including mortgage searches on theprop eitysold, together witli such lien credit or's rooeiit lor the amount of the pro ceeds ofthe sale or such Krtion thereof as he may claim, must be furnished the .Nlionll. 2. All bids must be paid In full. H. All salesnot settled immediately will bo continued until 2 o'clock p. in., of the next day, at which time all property not settled ioi will uirnin be put up ami sold al the expense and risk of tho person to whom lirst sold. :Seo Piinlon's Diuest, Nili'li Edition, page 410 and Smith's Forms, pat'e :;H4. .1. W. JAMIKSON, Sheriff. Sheriffs Ol'lce, Tionesta, Pa., August, 2o, 1002. An Important iu your children's solid il out fit is (heir shoes. We bought Bomo of the best things oil the ru rket iu the line of g nd solid service able shoes for buys and gills, especially adapted fur echnnl Wear. Styles correct, oorl price very moderate. LOOK THEM OVER. ROBINSON. IMIMVAY. TIME TABLE To Take Effect July 1st, 1!'02. "sol TH 2 T4l Eastern Time Stations JNOUf n l iTJ a. m.p.mllrf-ave Arrive a. mlp.m '4.-i 4 lo Sheflleld 0 l.i I 4, 10 On 4 H.'i 10 20 4 ft"1 10 4u S 05 11 oo.i il i:,iA in Barnes Henry's Mill Bltie Jay Hastings W'ellers M mister I'orkey Ma bnrir Muck Mills Kellettvilln Newtown M ills Ross K u n Nebraska 8 fcV.'l 10 S ,Vi 2 50 's 20 2 ;n s o: 2 is 7 ,V'.a oo '7 4:. 1 .v ,7 4dl Ml 7 2s 1 :v 7 15 I 25 7 Oil t 15 ll 4o, it :to ft in, 11 4.m: :1s1 11 .V!.- 4l 12 l.r:." fn 12 3.'i il on 12 4..,0 in o 411 17 ooi p. m.ip no Arrive Leave a. in p. m T. D. COLLINS, Pbksidkst. iennsylvania UAILUOAI). Ul'FKALO AN'ft ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking etrect. June20th, 190. No. 30 Buffalo Express, daily except Sunday 11:25a. in. No. 32 Oil City and Pittsburg Ex ress.dailv.except Siindav..T:30 p.m. No. 11.30 oil City Acciim.,Sun-' day only P:50 a. in. No. 9..12 Oil Cily Accoin., Sun day only 8:12 p. in. For Ilickorv.Tidloute, Warren, Kinzua, Bradford, Olcan and the East : No. 81 Olcan Express, daily ex-opt Sunday 8:55 a. 111. No. 33 Pittsburg Express, daily except Sunday 4:311 p. in. No. 0.33, Irvinelon Accom., Sundays only, 2:45 p. in. For Time Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent. J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD. General Manager. Gen'l Passenger Agt. Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Injuries, Sore Feot, Lame and Aching Back. Skin Diseases. Pains and Sprains. WANO ELECTRIC OIL, 25 TRY IT WANO AUGUST ITEMS. DID YOU This is the season you can best afford to have LUXURIES, if you desire them. We do not ask you to buy Luxuries, but simply advise you to notico a few items the season demands for present and future comforts. DI&ESS COOL in a pair or p ints fit tn wear anywhere. Lola of them at $2. We can also give ynu a few euirs at $5, anil OXITOIRIDS f'r Men or Luriici that are right in style ami rice. A so IsTEO-LIG-EE SHIRTS that can hardly lie matched at Ihe prices. They range from 50(3 to $1. Also PANTS ami FANCY SHIRTS n for the Little Men, that make them feel Rig, hut not uncomfortable. The Life of Business is Low Prices at Tionesta Cash Store New Fall Goods a Are Here! SEE AD. NEXT WEEK. Iii Meantime Call HEATH Up-to-Date AO. A. Watnk Cook, President. A. 11. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Whoelor, Collections romltled'for 011 day of pr.ymeut at low rates. We promise our custom era all the benellts consistent with conservative b king. Interest psld on lime deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. PiAINTING! Have you been thinking of do ing any painting this stasnu lo brighten up the appearance of ynur properly f If so, you want it properly done, and as (list ii mv business I respeclfullysolicil an opportunity to figure on your work. I can Ho the work right uud at llieiriglil price. PAPERHANGINC! I also rtake a sj ecially of paper ha: ging anil carry a litis of wall paper samples that can't be bent. Give me a trial order and be convinced of quality of both pa per ami workmanship. GEO. I. DAVIS, TIONESTA, PA KliSCESTER'S ENGLISH PEKiWRQYAL FiUS Mnfp. Utvri'- r-Ma..f. l.ndlr. ik nmerlst ftT II M il I V I I K H :.I.IHH in Ked i.d Cill im-liiHir lnn.-, MttWil Willi Mint rih)xii. Tnkf no other. Ilefti 4nnvfrru nubftll fiitlintsl itttiiniloM. Hut uf vour t i uc-t-t, or Willi ir. in hhinit lor Prlenlnr, 1VI nioninU nti.l KH-r for I.mIi." in irttrr, ty rrlurn Ylall. I0.04MI ieMnuoiimla. bold by mil Univi(iriU. . CH1CHRBTER CHEMICAL CO. BMM MMdftMm Mar, 111 1 LA PA. MutWt iklt tMM EVER THINK OF IT? and See Goods. k FEIT. Dealers in r03S. Kkllt. Cashier. WM. 6M KARBAtJOn , Vice Presiden NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. $50,000. niKKOTorji G, W. Robinson, Wui. Hmearbaugh, T. P. Ritchey. J. T. Dalo, J. II. Kelly. MEADVILLE COMMERCIAL (COLLEGE, MEADVILLE, PA. Incorporated er. 1S95. FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 2,1902 Write fur full terms to day. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. T. I,. Flood. Ires. Pr lr. W. P. ilamaker, Vice-Pros. A. J. I'alm, Sec. W, 8. Mctiunneale Treas. I'rol. U. U. Smith. Hon. J. J. Henderson, Dr. J. If. Montgomery. Geo. K. l)a veil port, Kt". K. A. Hoinpntcad. Charles Fahr. Col. I). 8. Richmond TueMeadvillv Commercial College is now making preparations tor a ureal lu ll in of now students the next year. Tbe prospects were never better for the larg est class that has ever eulered the col lege, and the demand waa never ao great as at this time, for thoroughly trained young men aud women iu Shorthand Typewriting and llookkoeping. Com bined acholarseip in these departments this vear will tie by far the most popular aud profitable, 8. I,. IIOYP, President, THOMAS J.MAKTTN, Special Organizer and Registrar. Wanted-An Idea Wtin run thlnK of Aomr timi'le thing to ittU'iitr Prrct vnup IflM: thr tnnv htrimr vimi WMlltl- Wrlw JOHN WfclUHKHHt'KN A CO., PUnt AU' Deva. Wanhlnirum, ll. ('..for thrtr $l,Kit prim ulTor awl ot two tounOrW Lure&uou wauUad. H OW at -out your mock ff Stationary ? we uo mien cihmi joii rrnmnit. The NECESSITIES do not call for so much expense, as during the colder season. "D'NDERWEAR for ALL peo- I Ic, that costs little money and HATS, TliUS, FAITCZ" "VESTS, and HOSlJfR3T that suit the moat exact ing, in dtlicate figures and fast colors, to fit feet uf any size. Also Shoe I'olinl.es. GROCERIES we Wil-,n closely and keep I'reuli, and have what ynu need for your Lunch in ('aimed Meats, Vegetables and Fancy Cookie, and can a ipply your wints in Glass Caus, Jelly Tumblers, Kettles, Sugars, Spices and all needful things id the Preserving Season.