THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
WEDNKHDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1903.
. AND . .
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
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C. M. All & SON,
All Leading Companies
IVlld Lamia, Farms, HouaeH
& Lots for Sale or Ilent.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Or. Ilium. Local,
tieo. 1. I'HVix. Ail.
levo A t'o. Letter,
l'enn'a Ky. Koailcra.
Heath A Kelt. Loral.
Itoliinwin. Ad. mid local.
Jovre'a M ill I tiery . Locals.
WbilsSUr Urrawry, laicals.
Tionesta C'nali Nlore. Local.
-Oil market closed at f 1.27.
Fine i'b In dihts at T. C. S. It
Oil ami aas Inane at tliia ofllre.
-Walton ! leails llio n all. T. C. 8.
Hopkins Hella the PoiiKlas kboea tl
Anns and ammunition at Robinson'.
All style rubber goods at Hopkins'
store. 1 t
Velvet fleece underwear for men and
I aillcs at T. C. S. It
duns for III re and goncl ammunition
for sale at the Wblle Star Grocery. tf
New line of waist patterns in Morie
allka al Heath A Fell's. No two alike. 1
The choicest ol grapes are coming in
daily at the White Star Grocery. Always
The best place lo buy underwear to
keep you warm la at the Tionesta Cash
Teachers an I others attending Insti
tute have a special invitation to call and
see our line ol c es, Jackets and furs.
ring pong sets at Dunn's drug store.
Very lancinating uauift, furnishing tine
amusement for the long evening, and
don't cost much. It
The new line of choice books at
Dunn's drug store Includes the Imperial
audtheS-iug Corner aeries. Don't fall
to see the stock. It
Don't forget to call at F. Walters fc
Co.' for the latest styles In fall and win
ter head gear. Also ready-made skirts,
shirt waista and bolts. It
The appearance of many of the State
ars might lead one to believe the Na
tional Uuard had been called out for the
purpose of having the officers' pictures
A cordial Invitation is extend to the
teachers III attendance at Institute next
week to call at Joyces' millinery and In
spect the sensible bats made for sensible
The Wann Sanitarium has been es
tablished at Warren, Pa., where vilao
pathic treatments will be given for all
ailments, and a-coinmiulaliona furnished
at the Sanitarium.
A line new lot of ready to w ear bats
Slid lire's shapes have just been received
a', the leading millinery store of F. Wal
ters .V Co. Alm tailor made skirts in the
very latent styles. it
Dr. Dunn has a very nice barn about
completed on the rear of bis lot. It Is not
only commodious and convenient, hut
nice enough In appeal ance to pas for a
a dwelling for man.
Following is tiie list ol letters remain
ing uncalled for in I lie Tionnsta, Ta., Post
Ollloe, for the week ending Oct. 15, 1IMK:
Kev J. C. MoAuinch, Mr. Peter Svanaon.
1). 8. Knox, P. M.
An important event for atar-gaers
will lie a total eclipse of the moon on the
night of October 1'itli and morning or the
17th. The moon enters the shadow at
11:17 o'clock and leaves the shadow al
itM a. in.
Husiness is booming at Joyces' milli
nery these days and another big c nsign
merit of new goods baa just been received.
Leave your orders early and get good
work for their trimming 1 H done at
home and after up-to-date patterns. It
Monday's storm was one of the most
territlo of the season in this sectiou.
Wind, bail and rain made things look
tierce for short lime. Another of the
large hickory trees In rear ol Prothono
lary Rohertson's home was blown down.
R. O. Carson, of Perry, one of
this county's succesalul farmers, took 11
head of prime 2 year-old beef cattle to
the Oil City market one day last week.
They were a fine lot, and will keep
the hungry denizens of the Hub from
starving for several davs.
Our sales of ladies' and children's
jackets have been almost twice as large
this year, up to the present time, than
they were last. WhyT Because we have
stock twice as large, of a great deal bet
ter jackets, and have marked them at
prices that make it easy for you to buy.
Come and look over our stock. Heath it
Feit. , It
Parents, give your daughters
"bread winning education, (jive them
the accomplishments, if you will, but
do not forget to add what w ill enable
them t.i win their way, if thrown on their
own resources. A knowledge of khort
band and typewriting has heen the sal
vation of many a woman who lias been
forced to cam her own living. The War
llusinnas University, Warren, Penna., is
noted as a shorthand and typewriting
training school. Send to-duy for full par
ticulars. A postal card does it. 4t
An attempt was .nado to burglarize
the residence of Patrick Joyco, in the
north ward, Monday uight last. About
1 o'clock in the morning Mrs. Joyco was
awakened by unusual noises in the house
and proceeded lo arouse the members of
the household. This of course frightened
the burglars who made their escape
through a rear window which they had
opened to gain an entrance. The entire
neighborhood was astir in short order,
but the miscreants were not apprehend
ed. It is thought there were two of them
at least. No valuables were taken. Keep
your shooting irou bandy.
The hobo nuisance on the railways ia
assuming an acute phase, according to
a railroad man's statement to-day. He
aid it ia necessary now, on night runs,
t r trainmen to have revolvers. The
thugs have become bold, climb into ca
booses and order the crew about as If
they owned the road. To be held up for
dinner paila and their contents ia a com
mon experience. Bradford Era.
From this day on till the loth of Dec.
it Is lawful to kill certain species of game
in certain limited quantities. Everybody
by this time ia so familiar with the law
that it needs not fo be reiterated at this
time. Untunes are not ripe till Nov. 1,
and neither are deer, but of tbe latter
game there need b no special mention,
lor it Isn't likely there will be very many
killed either now or when the season
Jay Callin, of Forest county, who baa
been located In A aska during tbe past
live yeare prospecting for gold, arrived
in the city last evening on hia way borne,
Since leaving here he has been located at
Seattle, Wash., and Nome, Alaska. Al
though not successful In uncovering i
bonanza he has gained much experieuco
and knowledge that there are worse
places In the country than Northwestern
The Ijeepor correspondent of the
Clarion Republican notes the death at
that place on the 4th inst., o: Mrs. John
Fraaier, of dropsy. A devoted husband
and one sister, seven tons anil lour daugh
teis are left to mourn her loss. Her sis.
ter, Mrs. Rosa Mealy resides at Tions
Her children are llnrt and Mra. Chas,
Kiihl, of Marienville, Wens, of Hyroin
town, William, of Clnughs, and Lizzie,
ltima, Pearl, Curtis, Clyde, t'barlea and
George, who are at home.
Now that the bunting season is on it
la well enough to remind dealers that an
Act of Assembly forbids the sale of am
munition lo boys under sixteen years of
age under severe penalty. This mny
seem haul on tbe boys, but it may save
some bad accident. One boy was telling
another a day or two ago that while out
in the woods his gun "went off twice Just
'cause 1 had the hammers cocked and for
got to put them dowu, but it didn't huit
anybody," The boy was aged about 14
A bahy girl arrived in Phlllipslon
one day last week at the home of lioss
Mock, who can boast o I more than the
average child In the way of ancestry. He-
sides her father and mother, she has liv
ing two grand-fathers and two grand
mothers none of them yet out of the lor-
tiea one great-grandfather and three
great-grandmothers, who are yet in the
sixties, and one ureat-great-grandinotber
aged it j, still in good health, which ia a
showing of live generations. Kast llraily
The sixth annual oonvnntion of the
Allegheny River Improvement Associa
tiou will be held In the Court House at
Kittnniiing, Pa., on Tuesday, October 1!8.
To this meeting all municipalities, boards
of trade, manufacturers, shippers and
contractors, whether members of the as
sociation or not, are Invited to send del
egates, and all citizens interested in the
project to Improve the Allegheny river.
Hon. S. It. Cochrane, of Kittanning is
President of the association, and R. R.
McKee is secretary.
A point of law with regard to fishing
ou Sunday Is being discussed generally
in this locality, says the Warren Mirror
The point is a very dull one to sav the
least. The law prohibits Hsbing or hunt
logon Sunday, as any level-headed judge
will promptly decide. The last act passed
on I he siihjert ol fishing fails to mention
it, but tbe old law still covers the point,
uot having been repealed by the now act.
The law, however, seems to be a sort of
dead lettor, probably because the author'
ities think it scarcely worth while to mo
lest the fellow who will perch himself on
a mo' sy rock and lazily pull out a lazy
sucker now and then.
At the last regular review of TioneMa
Hive of the Ladies of the Maccabees the
members wore honored by the presence
of their tlresl Kocord Keeper, Miss Nel
lie Ijouusbiiry, who imparted valuable
information in regard to conducting our
hive. Misa Louusbury Is a woman of
great tact and business ability. During
the evening two new mem tiers were re
ceived Into the hive, and tlveappllcations
for membership read. Lunch was served
at the closo of the meeting, and enjoyable
lliuo was reported by all present. Miss
Louusbury deoartea" for Nebraska the
follow ing day to install tboolllcers of the
uew hive organized there. K.
W Id. Range, of East Hickoiy, em
ployed at James Church's saw mill, two
and ono-balf miles up Prather run, was
badly hurt on Tuesday afternoon of last
week by being cut with a circular saw.
He roceived a cut or tear about tlx inch
es long between tbe lower border of the
shoulder blado and the spinal column.
The belt of the sawdust carrier was not
working right and he went down under
the saw in sou what was the matter, and
raising up suddenly was caught by the
slowly revolving saw and thrown up
against the saw bearings and held there
until tbe men turned tbe fly wheel back
one revolution. Had the saw heen run-
fast he would have been cut In two. He
is getting along nicely under the care of
Dr. W.O. Morrow.
At the last meeting of the Reading
school board monthly examinations in the
schools were abolished. This action was
taken because Superintendent of Schools
Foos declared the examinations are vic
ious, unjust, unnecessary and prevent
the true aim of education. In bis report
Superintendent Foos says: "These month
ly examinations are vicious not only in
the lact that they overtax the pupils, but
the latter are simply being 'Mulled' or
prepared to pass them. Frequent exam
inations must necessarily narrow instruc
tion, create mechanical methods and
bring about unfortunate habitsof study."
This quotation contains much more than
a grain of truth. Not enly the pupils but
the teachers are kept under a nervous
strain by these examinations, and the
teacher has come to know that bcr refu
tation for till. 'iency depends moro upon
hor abbity to crowd her pupils through
the examinations than upon a broad view
of her success In developing young minds
and equipping them for practical work.
Allra's fpr-ll Purl Irs
for all western points will leave Erie via
popular Nickel Plate road on October Jlst
and With. Write 11. C. Allen, KM Stale
Street, Erie, Pa. Some money saved ev
ery day In the year. A-01-lt.
YOU AX I) 0UK FKIENDS.
E. E. Flemiug had business In Brad
ford last Friday.
Harry bnxtno was over from Grand
Valley last Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Morgan is visitibg friends
in Pittsburg Ibis week.
Chas. K. Itowman was a business vis
itor to Tidiouto yesterday.
Mrs. Belle Christy, or Mayburg, is
visiting friends In Oil City.
Sheriff Jamlesnn bad business in
Kane a couple of d iys last week.
Mrs. It. II. Stlilson.ofTidioute was a
visitor to Tionesta last Saturday.
A. P. Anderson was down from War
ren on business over Monday night.
Harry .ahnlser, of Pittsburg, Is up
on a visit to ids fatlior, H. M. Zahniser.
Mra. Suie M. Sharpe la visiting her
aisler, Mra. II. S. Rates at Titusville this
John F. Brown, E-q , orClarion, bad
business in Tionosla a couple of days last
Miss Martha Overlander Is up from
Franklin on a visit to her father and
W. O. Rogers, came up from Frank
lin last Sunday to visit hia family in the
Linus Shriver left Monday evening
for Pittsburg, where be has 8' cured em
ployment. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Wyinan and
Miss Addle Huling were Oil City visitors
Mra. J. L. Abbott, of Oil Cily, was a
guest of h r sister, M ra. A. Carson, over
Misses Artie Robinson and Maiy
Morgan were visitors to Oil City -yesterday
D B. Shields, of Marienville, was In
the county seat on business a couple of
days last week.
Mrs. T. W. Corah, of Warren, was a
guest of her daughter, Mrs. F. S. Hunter,
a part of last week.
Mrs, O, II. Killiner was a guest of
Mrs. F. W. Swanson, at Jamostown, N.
Y., over last Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Osgood visited
their daughter, Miss Katie, at the Clarion
Normal last Saturday.
J. B. linger ty and son Bruce are
home from the West Virginia oil fields
for a few days recreation.
Lester Holeman came home yester
day noon from the Erie business college
for a couple of weeks' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carson, of West
Hickory, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Haslet here last Sunday,
Aaron Mealy, of Tiona, came down
last Saturday to visit his mother, near
Newmansville, for a few days.
Rev, B. F. Feitt has moved his family
from tbe township Into his newly pur
chased bouse In the north ward.
E. A. Yetter, of the Marienville Hard
ware and Machine Co., was a guost of tbe
editor's family Saturday and Sunday,
Will Cooper, 'Squire J. E. Stoughton,
F. E. Setley and Grant Erb, were among
the Hickory visitors to the county seat
A. J. McCaltnont, one of Venango
county'a stalwart Republicans, was up
from President Monday, and made us a
Mrs. Ellen Felton, who has been vis
iting her biother In Montpel'er, Indiana,
for a couple of months past, returned
Miss E'mnlyn Williams, who bad
been a gues! of Miss May Ssnner for a
month nisi, returned to her home in
Franklin last Friday.
Ted. Kelly was up from Pittsburg
over last Suudiiv to visit bis parents. Ho
was accompanied by bis friends, L. A
Drexlerand E. R. Morrow.
Mrs. Anns Kilgore, of Franklin, was
the guest of Mrs. P. K. Oeorge at Editor
Muse's home, while the latter and wife
were in Washington, last week.
Arner Small of Nohraska, who Is a
member of Co. D, 14th Regt. N. O. P., is
with his company In the anihracito coal
regions, boing located near Mahanoy
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Buzard.orilrock
wayville, well and favorably known to
many of our people, have gone to Cali
fornia w here they will make their future
J. Rae Stockton who bos been in the
employ of Wheeler t Dusenbury at En
deavor during the past summer, left lor
bis home at Wilkiusburg, Pa., last Sat
urday. Mra. A. B. Mealy and dauvhtor, Mrs.
J. Q. Passauer, of the township left for
Bowling Green, Ohio, Monday, where,
they will visit Mrs. S. W. Mong, another
daughter of Mrs. Mealy.
Geo. Birtcll was over from Edenhtirg
last Sunday to see bis mother, who has
been quite seriously ill for tbe past few
woeka. He was accompanied by bis
sister-in-law, Miss Minnie Petit.
Deputy State Factory Inspector W.
W, English was in Tionesta Monday
making an inspection or the industries
that come under his siirveilance in this
sectiou. The Rki'Uhlic ti acknowledges
an ollieial call from Mr. English.
Homer Ball and daughter of Brad
dock, Pa., and J. W. Ball and wife, or
Jamestown, N. Y., have been visiting
their aisler, Mrs. J. Albaugh the past
week, at South Hickory. Mrs. Peters
returned w ith her eon to Jamestown, on
Misses Alice Arner and Florence
Hagerty, as delegates repectively of tl.e
Presbyterian and M. E. Sabbath Schools
of this place, are attending tbe conven
tion of the State Association at Franklin
this week. Rev. O. H. Nckle is also in
Lumberman T. D. Collins has gone
to California for a two weeks' stay, hik
ing after h'S Iminenre lumbering inter
ests on the Pacific coast. Mrs. Collins,
who has spent the past summer with her
son Everell, in Washington, will accom
pany her husband home.
'Squire W. W. Thomas, of the town-1
ship, who bad tbe misfortuue to loso his
right eye by an accident in his mill sev
eral weoks ago, was a pleasant visitor at
the Rki'Uiu.k.-as otliee Monday. The j
Squire's injuries have healed nicely, and
it is gratifying to know that the left eye i
ia not in the least ellccted by tl.e loss or
Killed Bjr Circular Saw.
Tauman McNamara, of Pleasantville,
met with an accident yesterday afternoon
which resulted in bis death a couple of
Hours afterwards. He was at work at
Strain's sawmill, about a mile east or the
boro, w hen, at about 3 o'clock, as he was
passing by the big revolving saw in (he
mill lie slipped and tell upon it. 11 is
right leg was nearly cut orfand his right
arm sawed through from wrist to shoul
der. Mr. Strain was In the mill at the
lime but did uot see the accident. He
discovered McNamara lying on the floor,
where be had been thrown by the saw,
and hastened lo his assistance. He put a
twister of rawhide above tbe wound ill
the leg and also one near the shoulder to
stay the How of blood slid then sent for
Dra. Hatch and Goodwin at Pleasantville.
It was some lime before thoy reached the
scene. After a hurried examination and
Hulling that they could do nothing for
the injured man there, they bad him sent
to tills city in a cairlage that he might be
attended at the hospital. Dr. Jameson
had heen notilied and was present at the
institution when the man arrived there.
He was then unennse ous and almost
dead from loss or blood. With tl e assist
ance of Dr. Spicer Dr. Jauiitaou admin
istered restoratives aud endeavored to re
vive tho patient. It was, however, too
late ai.d McNamara died shortly after
wards. Ho was about (in years old and
is survived by bis widow aud children.
Titusville Courier, Ilia inst.
Ilashain Fox Nuptials.
At 11:30 o'clock, October 11, was cele
brated at the borne of 8. H. Haslet, a qui
et wedding when Miss Blanche St. Clair
Fox, granddaughter of Mra. Haslet, was
united In marriage to Mr. A. K. Basham,
of Jacksonville, Florida.
The ceremony was solemnized by Rev.
0. II. Niukle, pastir of the Methodist
church. The bride entered the room
resting ou tbe arm of Mr. S. II. Haslet
and was met by the groom at the flower
adorned alcove where the ceremony was
lo be performed.
Master Kenneth Haslet, a cousin of the
bride, acted as page, entering in advance
of the bridal party and bearing the wed
ding riug upon a silver tray. Ills sister,
Miss Marguerite Haslet acted as flower
The bride's gow n was white silk and
ribbon with full veil and train, tho veil
being held In place with orange blossoms.
She carried a boquet of bride'a roses and
The color scheme which was carried
out in (he house and table decorations
was autumn's colors, crimson and gold.
Mr. and Mrs. Basbain left on the noou
train for an extended trip which includes
Niagara, New York and olhor points.
Among the out of town guests attend
ing the w (Hiding were Miss Hattie Gould,
Miss Cynthia Walker, Mrs. Helen Hunt,
Mrs, Julia Deyoe, and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Doyoe, of Oil City, and IheMi-sos
Elizabeth and May Bellows, of Reno, Pa.
During her stay in Tionesta the bride
lias made many friends who will extend
to her their sincere wishes for a life filled
with much happiness and prosperity.
She was the recipient of a number of
From the Scene of (he Strike.
Mi, Capmkl, Pa., Oct. 10, 11HM.
Dear Sir : Just a few lines to you to
let you know how everything If here.
Tho only pla -e we encountered any trou
ble was at Warren. When our train
slopped there, there were about Ave or
six hundred people there and a mob
threw stones through the car windows,
and called us scab protectors and other
Vile names. But when wo got to Sun
bury there was a guard put on top of tbe
engine and cars with twenty rounds of
ammunition and were ordered to shoot to
kill ifanyone threw stones, but every
thing was quiet and peaceable whon we
arrived at Shamoken. Wo wore there
about three hours aud tho striking Illin
ois treated us line. They said they were
glad we came.
We then got orders to proceed to Mt,
Carinel, our present home. We have a
line place to camp on the side hill over
looking the town. We can see all over
the place and the people could not treat
us better ir they tried. We had a little
trouble with tbedeputies one night. They
were throwing stoues at the soldier boys
and the sentry shot one. Before he died
he confessed he did it to make believo it
was the striking miners. Well, he lu.s
thrown his last stone.
We have not heard just how long we are
lo stay here, but they say if it is not settled
in ten days we will go into winter quar
ters. The deputies will get discharged
Monday next and the soldiers will then
take charge of everything. The miners
say they are determined to stand firm if
it lasts a year.
The climate is good, hut so awful cold
night:! lots of frost. The State Issues
extra blankets, shoes and shirts to us to
day, so it don't look much lor coming
home yet. With best regards lo all in
town, I am, yours respectfully,
Pmv. Fbkd Bbistow,
Co. 0. Ititb Regt., N.U.P., 2d Battalion,
Mt. Carmol, Pa.
Letter lo T. F. Ritcliey.
Dear sir: James Ackley's house in
Cairo (Catskill Mountains), N. Y.,a con
spicuous one iu the midst of the village,
was painted 14 years ago with Devoe;
has not been painted since: and the paint
is in good condit'on to-day He is going
to paint, but there Is really no necessity
Devoe has been sold In Cairo 18 years.
Our agent is Gaston Wyncoop. House
owners there want Devoe, and painters
there paint Dv e. It would be a bard
job lo persuade a Cairo man to paint lead
and oil of course a painter paints what
ever his customer wants, even if its but
Marian Van Hoesen, a Cairo painter,
has painted Devoe for 1 j years. Thoro
are two or three others : all for Devoe, we
are told don't know their names.
It's the same w h rover Devoe gets into
a town: it stays there aud owns the
18 F. W. Dfvok A Co.
P. S. Jas, D. Davis sells our paint.
Hlops llie Coiuili anil works ull'lhr aid.
Laxative Ilroino-Qiiiniue Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price
Jo cents. 11-27-ly
Cream of (he Sen.
Success is the bullet at which your
friends clink glasses and wish you luck.
See our Monte Carlo coats for ladies.
HeatL t Feit. It
A grand opera costume sometimes
adorns a rag-time woman.
It is high up in quality and low down
in price. Hopkins. It
The early bird caught tho worm, but
the worm was gobbled up,
Another Inrge cask of Haviland
All things couio to those who wait
A box of fine note paper makes a
very aiceptahle gilt. At I'unu's drug
store you get the nicest. It
The cloak of friendship is not always
a protection against the cold shoulder,
Don't miss the special prices on tine
Money is the gangplank of pleasure.
Dont forgot that Hopkins sells tho fa
mous Strootinan shoe. It
The way to manngo a man 's to let
him think he is managing you.
We are handling, this year, S. S. H.
t Co 'a famous Man-Tailored Garments
lor ladies and children. Once you buy
one of these garments you will be more
than satisfied. Skirts, jackets and capes.
Heath A Feit. It
-Time and tide wait for no man, but a
woman cm mauage to make almost any
See those cheap trunks and bags at
T. C. S. It
From now on for some time each day
will bo "opening day" in our jacket de
partment. We are in shape to defy com
petition in either quality or prije. Heath
ilt Feit. It
Don't try to do things that will live
after you ere dead. It's better to live be
fore you are dead,
If you want an overcoat don't pass
Hopkins' storo. Any kind you want in
style or price. It
Ladies' new shoes at T. C. S. Prices
teat them all. It
Observe your enemies for they first
find out your faults,
You can buy a jacket as good for$i.()0
this year, at our stoie, as'vou formerly
paid J7.50 to Js 0 1 for. We leave it to
your own lodgment. Heath A Fett. It
Fruits aud vegetables aro not out of
season by any means. When you want
the freshest and finest call or 'phone the
While Star Grocery. It
Envy always Implies conscious in
feriority, wherever it resides.
Ladies' heavy wrappers at Tionesta
Cash Store. It
Look over any other lino of Jackets
lu town before you look at ours. Wo In
vite comparison. We are positively tho
lowest in price and thehighest in quality.
Our jackets are the stylish kind. Henth
A Feit. It
The less heart a man puis into a task
the more labor it requires.
A complete line of fancy note paper,
books, toilet articles, all suitable for pres
ents, at Dunn's drug store. Teachers at
tending Ins'itute are invited to call. It
Evasion is unworthy of us and Is al
ways tho intimate of equivocation.
Mackintoshes for ladies at Tionesta
Cash Store. It
How's This !
We oll'or One Hundred Dollars Ro
ward for any caso of Catarrh, that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chknkv A Co., Props., Toledo, O,
v o, the unilersigneif, have known r..J
Cheney for the Insi 13 years, and liolieve
In in pertectiy lionoraiito Hi all business
transactions anil nniiuciiiiiy able to carry
out anv obligations nuiile bv their II nil
Wkst it Tkaux, wholesale druggista, To
ledo, O., Wai.dinu, Kinnam A Mahviv,
wholesale druifgists, leioilo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iutcrnally,
acting directlv upon the biooit and inn
coils surfaces of the system. Price 7ic
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Tosti
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
KriliM'cit Kates In New Orleans.
On account of the meeting of the Amor
lean Banker's Association, at New Or
leans, I.a , oveinber 11 to :, trie Penn
sylvania Railroad Company will sell ex
cursion tickets lo Nrw Orleans and re
turn, November 8 to 1(1, good to return
within eleven days, including date of
sale, at reduced r.ttes. By depositing
ticket Willi Joint Agent at New Orleans
on or hefoie November 18, and the pay
ment ol a lee of. ri0 cents, an extension of
the return limit to November M may tie
For specific, information roganling
rales aud routes, apply to nearest llcKot
Zinc mid (Jrlinling Make
Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint wear twice
as long as lead aud oil mixed by baud.
Sold by James ll. Davis. tf
He l.rnriiril a lirent Trnlli.
It Is said of John Wesley that ho mil
said lo M islress Wesley: "Why do you
tell that clulit the sauio thing over anil
over again?" John Wesley, beeiuse
once telling is not enough." ll is lor this
same reason that you are told again aud
aiMin that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy cures cold's and grip; that it
counteracts any tendency of these dis
eases to result in pneumonia, and that it
is pleasant anil safe to Isuo. rorsaln by
Dr. Dunn druguisl, Tionesta, W. li.
Wilkms, West Hickory Pa.
Established nearly ten vefcrs. Grad
uates in nearly everv State in the Union,
holding positions ol honor and trust.
1 tie laignst enrollment during tne pa-1
year ill tho history of this institution.
Such is the record of the Warren Busi
ness University, Warren, Penna. Send
to-day tor catalogue. It
. Weal Wllh Allen
on (d. 21st or :mtli and save money. Ac
commodation and privileges of his spec
ial parties are commended in litindreils
of testimonials. Over l0 went Willi him
In September. Write st once, II. I'. Al
len, U"J0 State street. He can save you
some money other days also. A-li l- '.t
This signature is on every Iwi of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quininc Tablet
toe remedy that cures a colli In one day
Notioo is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between John
S. Vail and (Joorgo I). Hastings under
tho lirm name of Vail A Hastings, doing
business at West Hickory. Pa., was ills-I
solved bv mutual consent on the liithdiy
of SepteinlM!r, I'.siJ, .Mr. Hastings retir
ing from the firm. Tho business will be
continued at the same stand bv the un
dersigned. John S. Van..
West Hickory, Pa., Oct. 7, liwi
teaches that glue and
old eggs (used to claie
some coffees with) are
not fit to drink.
it never glazed it's
pure, undoctorcd coHee.
Tbe .tea led pack aire kcepJ
Ono Week Longer on Account
Thirty Iloatl For Sale or
DRIVERS, FARM" HEAVY
DRAFT, TEAMS and SINGLE
One span of Mule. Two Spotter!
Ponies, broken for family use.
AI L GUARANTEED.
COME AND SEE THEM.
Advcncti Shipment Hero
and Full Lino IDxpectod
Wnnltex not only means WOOL, hut it means I lie best, all
wool material. It means Linings tli t are Guaranteed to wear
two seasons. It nieam that every garment is guaranteed lo
he made nf clean wool, and will not fray out or wear ofT. It
means that we mean to sell Skirts and Jackets that will give
satisfaction and nur customers will get the north of sheir mon
ey. Iluy a Wooltex Skirt.
. J. Hopkins.
CLOAKS AIsTTJ SUITS.
t out ISIO.OO, Color mid Mink.
It's an entirely A'tMV lflnrllllClll we invite our out-of-town friends
to: Ihery gni'iut'iit III is Nt'a-.onN miikc, iniiriii3 only
corrt't'l Mjles. doing lo run this new department mi a small profit
haai that will justify your t iming quite a distance to patronize. KllllM
Uvvv for IJtlO. We'd rather sell you a 615 nne, though, as we firmly
there's easily dill'urence in the two suits. Trices of Ladies' and Misses'
Coiln commence at $-3 for an All Wool
this to (2o.
We'll ho please I to send you samples of the New Dress Goods, Silks and
wuisting? if you'll kiudly write, spying about what you would like to sue
a postal card will do.
WILLIAM B. JAMES,
OIL CITY, PA.
Is a prominent part of your drem, and you want to be sure you're
buying the correct style. We w tut to sell you your Fall Hat, it
don't matter if it is a 81 soil hut nr a 14 Stetson. We have got
either, and when you buy a hat with nur label you buy a good bat,
a stylish lint and a hat ynu can wear with perfect confidence that you
luive one nf the prevailing styles for this full from the best hat mak
ers iu the land, and whether you bur to day or to morrow you will
get your money's worth nr money back. Still' Huts, black only.fl 50,
2, S3 and 81 S ilt Hats, liluck, IVuils mid a few lirowns, SI lo S4.
CORRECT FULL DRESS REQUISITES.
FULL DKKSS sl ITS.
DllI-HS SI 1 1 UTS.
TIES AND ULOVKS.
WzZZZf fQM E. PR
41 43 SENECA ST.
The McCuen Company beg lo
announce the arrival of tbeir
Fall and Winter Woolens, se
lected for tiieir Tiiloriog De
partment. They iuclude the very latest
anil best 'abrics frnm the best
mills of Europe aud America.
You are invited to inspect
this large assortment whether
wishing to purchase or not.
We feel assured that should
you intrust us with your orders
we can more thai satisfy you,
not only as to material, but as
to Ct and style, fine workman
ship and perftct finish.
If y. u are not familiar with
the character of nur tailoring, we
respectfully auk for a trial order.
Alter that we are confident you
will not go elsewhere.
THE McCUEN CO.
2b AND 29 SENECA ST..
OIL CITY, PA.
Kersor (Moth, iheu run up from
OIL CITY. PA,
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