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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WCNK. COITON ft PdOMICTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKK 20, 112. 1902 OCTOBER 1902 Sa. Mo. Tu. We.. Th. ; Fr. Sa. 1 1 2! 3 5 6!J 8 9110 11 12 13:14 4 K' 1 (1)4 1 40 10, It, 1U XV XI 1 10 19 Z) Z.ZZ Z6 Zi ZO i26;2728l29:30'31 Ilepubllran Ticket. KTATK. r,'or-Bor--SAMTrK:L. W. PKSSY PACK ER, of Philadelphia. Unit. (roiernor WILLIAM M. BROWS, of Ijiwrence county. Secretary of Internal Affair ISAAC B. BKVN,ot Krieoouuty. 'OITY. Oiw.m-J0SEPH SIBLEY. AmirmMv-V. W. AMSLER. I'rotltnnblitrv-J. C. (JKIsT. .vAenrf li KORti E W. NOBLIT (Yimfiv CbmmiMi'oaerji CONRAD Bl'KHK.NX, A. K. SHIPE. .4ri,ifr-GEO. W. HOLEMAX, W. H. STILES. Jury Vommistioner- ERX EST SI BBLE A-K VOI KMEI.F AMI TIIKN VOI K NKh.lUIOIt. Twice la rereat h i-lary vMes fmw Paul rimed i levrlaatl. .Mar a vote saw far Pattlwi defeat Itaaaerelt f Takb no chances. The com in election is just as important a a presidential one It the coming election no man should oiler the excuse of being too busy to vote. Republican defeat would produce more idleness than should be desired in which to re pen t. Votf yonr ticket. Republics. Tie candidates are all capable, worthy men. peculiarly fitted fur the places for which they have been nominated. You are Re publicans. Stand by your ticket. IJi-w AB I T the anthracite coal stiilse? yelled man in the audience at last Kri- dsy night's Republican meeting at Kit tanning, while Senktor Brown wasapeak' ing of Republ can pr -sperity. "The an' aver to thst is Roosevelt," replied Sena. tor Brown, and the Court Mouse fairly shook aiith the applause w hich tolb wed VoTB for Penny pa ker. Brown. Brown. Sibley. Amsler. C.eist. Noblit. Burhena. Shipe. Iloleman. Stiles. Sibble. All honest, capable men. A mop.k capable man fur the very im portant office of Prothonotary could not be found than i. ('. Geist, the Kepubli can nominee. The Recorder's ollice is one of greatest importance to the people of the county, and none but a capable, honest and thoroughly well fitted man should he placed there. In this particu lar Mr. Geist fills the bill to perfection, besides which be is one of those pleasant g' nilemen with whom it is a pleasure to come in contact. There should be no doubt about Mr. Geisi's election by rousing msjority, and we don't believe there will be. The people will never re gret their choice. Canmmate I'attibos ia again making beautiful non-partisan speeches, the same as be did in the former campaigns when lie was a candidate for governor. When he wanta Republican votes to elect him he ia very "soft-spoken," and no parti san sentiment is permitted to drop from bis lips. Twice he managed to deceive many Republicans by his smooth non partisan palaver. (laving twice deceived the Republicans, it would be strange no auceeoea a tnira time. There Is no more continued Democratic partisan in the State than Mr. Patlison. For confir mation of this it is only necessary to re cur to the record of his two administra tions as Governor. Mr. Pattison'a integ rity no one questions, but in that respect he has no advantage over Samuel W, Pennypacker. Tub New York Hun, one of the ablest aud best papera published injthecountry, discusses the issues and candidates iu Pennsylvania. The Sun sees in Robert E. Paulson an ambition to be President, if by any strange chance "Volcanic Up heaval," the Sun calls it be should te elected governor. Ti.e Sun believea that Pennypacker will not look beyond the of fice of governor and will perlorm the du ties of thst bigh office upon the same principles that has always governed bim in his private and public life. Thus the two raud Mates are compared. Patlison the ambitious politician seeking for high er honors and bis colleague, Mr. Guftey, scheming for the United Slates Senate. Judge Penny-packer's speech in Lehigh couuty bas placed bim on high ground as an orator and a high minded candidate. What's the matter with Hurlienn and Shipe for County Commissioner T They arc all right. Both men of mature judg ment who have never been found want ing in any official capacity to which tbey have been called. vVitb the affairs ot the county in the bands of aucb men tbe tax payers may rest assured thai every pub lic duty will be faithfully and intelli gently performed. We believe no intel ligent man in Forest county will despute the statement that tliene men are well qualified to act as the guard iane of all the many inti Icate business matters that c une up in the administration of county alluirs. Economical in their own busi ness tbey will carry this trait into their ollicial actions, and give to Forest county an administration which will be highly satisfactory to ita citizens and taxpayers. Ths Republican nominee f.ir Sheriff ol Kore eunty is one of Ilie worthy ramli date on the Kt-nuulu-au tii-kel. (ie.re W. Noblit it an J has beru one of the bard work :np, inilnstiiiui ritisens of onr county for many years. Hi- Malwari Kfpuhlii-anisui baa never uaverv-d, and the party ow es ll tu George In stand man fully at his shoulder In this campaign an i eee that he aerures every role in the party. Men who bare been candidates on the Republican ticket and w ho have viMlrd the staunch Kepublira i precinct of Pigeon have always found a warm welcome and a true, hearty supporter in Mr. Sunlit. While not of the hill- r par tisan atruw he has alwavs been found oval to the parly whose earnest, united support be deserves now that be is its fairly nominated candidate. George will make an ellicient Sheriff in whom his party can take just pride. Stand by him. Tiik Republicans ol this county are fortunate in having a candidate for as sembly with whose record as a solid.sub stantisl citizen no man ran find a Haw, C. W. Amsler is a plain, upright man. whose word is his bond every day in the week. He is tilted bv experience as a business man and by education to repre sent any county iu a most intelligent, honorable msnner, and will do so with credit to himself and the people whom he is called iiKin to represent. Did you ever hear c.f Col. Amsler making a re mark that was not full of gnd sense and to the point? Nothing f ivolons or small about him. Ho is broad minded, ripe in experience and sound judgment, and may le depended upon to quickly de cern the right side of a 1 questions that arise in the averago legi-lature and al ways be found on that side. Elect h.m, and Forest county will be second to none in its representation at Ilarrisburg. C incresvnian Mulct's Splendid Speeches There was a tine turnout at East Hick ory Monday etening to heir Congress man Sibley's discission of the issues of the campaign, and the Hall of the Macca bees w as filled to overflowing, some being obliged to stand while many were unable to even find standing room. Mr. Sibley's speech was a revelatiou, being replete with facts so presented as to convince an? unprejudiced mind that any change In the policy of government would easily bring back the woes ol a few short years ago, and which are still so fresh in every voter's memory. He contrasted vividly the times from 93 tt i7 under Grover Cleveland and the Wilson law, with those of the present day under McKinley, Roosevelt and the Liingley law, and the pictures be drew had a profound eQecton bis audience. Many telling points were made and the large audience gave the pleasant speaker much enthusiast c ap plause of appreciation and approval throughout the entire discussion, which lasted over an hour and a balf.yet seemed but half that long. Mr. Sibley is conven ing, logical and thoroughly frank and fair in bis talk, and bis arguments carry con victim with all who are disposed to look with unprejudiced mind upon the aituation. Last night our large handsome court room was packed, while many stood throughout the evening to bear one of the finest speeches ever delivered in Forest county by one of the most logical, plain, honest and sincere men who ever ad dressed an audience In our county. We ay the house was packed and j et the weather was fierce. Rain and sleet fell fast and furious. Had the evening been piopitioua there wouldn't have been standing room even fir the kindly, elo quent Mr. Sibley himself In the spacious room. Many ladies braved the storm and graced the audience with their presence. Again Mr. Sibley's speech was a master piece of convincing logic and sound, coin monsense reasouiiig delivered in bis most pleasing and illimitable style. The fallacies of Iree trade and its attendant misery were most clearly depicted, and the attempt of the l atterson party to be cloud the great issues that are lo lay be fore the people of Pennsylvania by howl ing corruption, was riddled to shreds by the talented Congressman. Mr. Sibley remarked after the meeting that it was one of finest audiences he had ever ad dressed, a aenti men t which was evident by bis happy manner on the rostrum. M r. Sibley made scores of new friends last tiight. ltesiilts of Kcpiihlican Control. It was announced by the State Treas urer that at the clns of tlie fiscal year, which will end in November 30, next, Ibe receipts of the Treasury will have amounted to $22,000,000. Last year, which was also a prosperous one, the receipts were only $17000,000,or$,(.0u,tS to loss than during the present year. This la a most gratifying showing, and must give much satisfaction to every friend of the State. It not only shows the business condi tions throughout the Commonwealth are In a most flourishing condition, but that the money due the State has gone where it belongs, into the State Treasury. Mr. Prltisou and the rest of the Democratic contingent that ia surging through tbe State and bowling like so many Stentors that the Legislatures are corrupt aud the State is swindled right aud left and the Treasury is looted on all sides, will have some difficulty in explaining how, under the conditions they declare prevail, so much money finds Its way into the State coffers for the use of the varioua benefic iaries which the laws name. It is with the desire and purpose ol fingering and controling this great sum of cash that ex- Governor Paitison and bis associates are now "whooping ber up" all over the Com mi n wealth, 'ihey care almut as much for the dear people as they do for the last famine in India, but they do care a great deal about handling tho people's money. How 's This I We oiler One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall'a Catarrh Cure. F. J. L'HKHhr A Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney for the last l." years, and lelieve him perfectly honorable iu all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. Wkkt i Thaux, w holesale druggists, To ledo, O., WAI.HINO, KlW.NAft & Mabvim, wholesale druggists, Teiedo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Prii-e 7"m! per hottlo. Sold by all" druggist. Testi monials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Cream of the News. It's a w ise worm that turns in before the eirly bird gets out. A fur collar is the proper thing. Hop kins has them from !.") up. It All the world's a fruit basket, and the big truit is on top. We do not spring any last veai'a jackets on you we haven't any. Ours are all new and up to dale, if the prices are low. Look over our slock before purchasing. Heath t Frit It When a man resigns himself to fate bia resignation ia usually accepted. Best line of underwear at TionesU Cash Store. 11 Bew are of the hair tonic that bald headed barlier tries to sell you. Best assortment of shoes at Tionesta Cash Store. It Laugh, and the world laugha with you ; growl, and the world laughs at you. Heaih A Feit have the largest assort ment of ladies' ready niadeakirts in town. They range in price from J-t to $8. It Few women know how to grow old gracefully and even they do not want to. Before you buy your jacket and fur collar see the line at Hopkins' store. It After marriage a man quits buying candv and tquanders his money for beef steak. Every person who has looked at those to.ot) jackets at Heath A Feil'a pronounce them the best they ever saw for the mon ey. Black or castor It If we could see ourselves as others see us mirrors would be a drug on the market. Don't buy a jacket until yon see the Wooliex. All wool. Hopkins sells them. It People w ho are gifted with second sight are seldom troubled with love at first sight Lates" style ladiea coats and jackets at T. C. S. It Some men make a specialty of being honest onlv because it uava better than dishonesty. Heath dc Feit are offering good heavy plush capes, either plain or crushed plush, good length, all for $0.00. See them and pass your judgment. It Some people extend the glad hand aud keep the other one doubled up in case of an emergency. See those cheap trunks and bags at T. C. 8. It It is wiser in the long run not lo bor row more than you need. Wooliex skirts have no equal. Ev ery one guaranteed aei wool. Thorough ly shrunk and til to perfection. Hopkins sella them. It One good turn deserves another, but it seldom gets it. A larger line of underwear for men, women and children, was never shown in Tionesta than we are showing. Union suite and separate garments. Heath A Feit. It Some men remain bachelors because Ihev are unable lo choose between beauty and Intellect. Mackintoshes for ladies at Tionesta Cash Store. It If wishes were horses up-to-date beg gars would kick because they were not automobiles. Fancy Haviland china at Tionesta Cash Store; It Gainrd lortjr I'assitaia Thirty Hays. Fer several months our younger broth er had been troubled with indigestion. He tried several remedies but got no ben eft' from them. We purchased some ol Chamberlain's Stomach and 1.1 vej Tab lets and he commenced taking them. In side of thirty days he had gained forty pounds in tlesh. He ia now fully recover ed. We have a good trade on the Tablets. Holley Bros., Merchants, Ixmg Branch, Mo. For salebv Or. Dunn, druggist, Tio nnesta; W.U. Wilkins, W. Hickory, I'a. JOT IX TIME. lion ii in Health and Strength. er mux, Irritable, Ached All Over, A Depressed Condi! ion Rapidly Changed. Mrs. Elir.a Ilrittaiu, ol No 810 Seven In street, Beaver falls, Pa., says: "My daughter, aged sixteen, suffered from good nervous beadacl es, the kind that makes one right sick and leaves thorn w eek and nervous. Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Tills were recommended to me and I got a box and they are splendid. Mot a headache has she had since. The nerves are steady and the general health fine. I am much takan up with the splendid way they acted." Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills are sold at 5no a box at dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Company, Buffalo, N M. See that portrait and signature of A. Vi. Cbase, M. D., are on every package For sale by Killmer Bros., druggists. Zinc and Grinding Muke Devoe Lead and inn Paint wear twice as long as lead and oil mixed by band. Sold by James I). Davis. tf Sloillioiilers' Meeting. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Forest Telephone and Telegraph company, win ne neiii in the directors' room of the Oold Standard National Hank, at Marienville, November .1, at three o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing ollicera for the ensuing year. A. D. NKH.b, President. lie Lrsrnrd a l.rrnl Tralh. It Is said of John Wesley that be one saiii to Mistress Wesley: "Why do you ten inai ciiiio me same ining over and over again f" John Wesley, because once telling is not enough." It is lor this same reason that you are told again and agiiin that Cnamlierlain s Cough Rem edy cure cold a and grip; that it counteracts any tendency of these di eases to result in pneumonia, and that it is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by nr. iiiinn druggist, I lonesta, w. U Wilkins, West Hickory Pa. Mlaps Ike aahasl wsrks str ike t aid. Ijixstive Hrnmo-Qiiinlne Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, ro par. Price 2; cents. 11-27-ly lis tiowl-ll Pars. A Chicago man has observed lhat"(ood deeda are better than real estate deeds some of I lie laiter are worthless. Act kindly anil iicntl y, show sympathy and lend a Helping hand. You cannot 'possi bly loose bp it.'' Most men appreciate a a kind word and encomageiueiit more than substautisl help. There are persons in this community who might Iru hfully say : "My good friend, el.eer up. A few doses of hamlierlain's Coiil'Ii Reimdy will rid you of your cold, anil there ia no dancer whatever from pneumonia when yrrj u-e that medicine. I know it for it ban helped me out niauv a tim:." Sold by Dr. Iiiinn, Tionesta; W. O. Wilkins, West Hickory, Pa. While opening a box, J. C. Mount, of Three Mils Kay, N. Y-, ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of bia band. "I ibought at once of the pain aud sore ness this would cause me, be says, "and immediately applied Chamberlai'u'a Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards. To my surprise it removed all pain and sore ness and the injured parts were soon healed." Sold bv Dr. Dunn, T onesta W. O. Wilkins' West Hickory, Pa. THE CLARION STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Provide! Professional Training fur Teachers, Prepares Young People for College, and Offers Excellent Facilities) for General Education. Fit EE TL'ITIOX for Prospective Teacher". Board, Room Rent and Laundry, 1 1-7 per annum. WINTER TERM BEGINS DEC. 30. For further particular call on or address SAMUEL WEIR, Ph. D.,Prin., Clarion, Pa. PROCLAMATION. Whereas, The Hon. W. M. Lindaey, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for the county of Forest, has issued bis pre cept for holdingaCourt of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Cotirt, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to commence on the Third Monday of November, being the 17lh day of November l!102. No tice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peace and Con stables of said county, that they be then and there in their proper persons at ten o'clock A; M., ot said day with their reooiila, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their ollice appertain to be done, and to those whoare hound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners i hat are or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute agalusl them as shall Is? lust. Uiveu un der my hand and seal this 20th day of ueioier, A. i. iwz. J. W. JAMIESON, !. Sheriff. Till A I, LIST. List of causes set down for trial In the Court of Common Pleas of Forest Countv, Pennsylvania, commencing on the Third Monday of November, HUM: 1. Truman i). Col Una vs. John Wilson No. S , September term, I'.VO Summons in ejectment. 2. K. C. Heath and Oeorge H. Killmer, doing business sa H alh it Killmer vs. Free Methodist Church, W. J. Foreman contractor and W. J. Foreman and Uuy, Milliard, trustees. ,u, Its, aept. Term hail. Sci, Fa. Sur. Mechanics Lien. 3. Chas. S. Leech vs. David Minis. No. a, Sept. Term, UHll. Appeal by de- icnoani irom J. r. 4. Queen Citv Tannerv vs. James Ahanah and A. K. liraiten'. No. 22. May Term, I!I02. Summons In assumpsit. 5. Seth C. McArthur vs. A. 8. Alls- house and the Tionesta Gas Co. No. 2 May Term, 11102. Equity. Attest, JUUX U. KUht,Kl7iU., Prothonotary. Tionesta, Pa., Oct, 20, l'JOi Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing accounts have been tiled in my ollice and will be presented at the next term of Court for continuation : First and final account of O. W. Iluhl, Administrator of the estate of August Johnson deceased, late of Marienville, Pa. First and final account of Rosa Zents, Executrix of the estate of Hylvanus tnta deceased, late of Uarnett township, Forest county. J. II. ROBEKTSON, Clerk of Orphans' Court. Tionesta, Pa., October 20, 1!W2. Co in in I t I o ii e rV Hale. Land TY VIRTUE ot varioua Acts of As It sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, made and provided, we, the undersigned. Commissioners of For est Con n iv, will expose lo sale by public vendue or outcry at the Court House, in Tionesta Borough, on the 25 th day of November, A. D. 1902, at 2 O'clock, P. M.t the following descrilied tracts of land, viz: SEATED LANDS. JENKS TOWNS II II'. War. Acres. Name Assessed in. i E. A. U. Hall. KIXUSKKY TOWNSHIP. 6208 80 Oil and Oaa, Wheeler 4 Dusenbury. TIOKrsTA TOWSBHII'. .'154 60 Hughes Sarah. UNSEATED LANDS. JKItKS TOWNSHIP. Vact. 200 Oil and (las, Wallace and Pearahall. KIMISLKT TOWNSHIP. SIM 60 OilandOaslleiilamineJ.P, tiowksta township. of 170 Dale Jnn. A. heirs. R. M. HERMAN, J. T. CARSON, J.T. DALE. Attest, Commissioners. Sam. T. Carson, Clerk. Charter Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Tlat an application will be made to the Governor of the Commonwealth of Penn sylvania, on the twellth davn' November, l!KJ2. by Edwin McC'ov, William E. Slack, W. T. C. Sanders, Albert Jetlerya and James L. Brusstar, under the Af t of As sembly of Ihe Commonwealth of Penn sylvania, entitled "An Actio provide for the Incorporation and regulation of cer tain corporations," approved April 29, 1X74, and the supplements thereto, for tbe charter of an intended corporation to be called "Keystone Telephone Company of Philadelphia," the character and object of wiucn la constructing, maintaining and leasing lines of telegraph lor the private use of individuals, linns, corpora ions, municipal or otherwise, for general bus iness, and for police, fire al.rm or mes senger business, and for the transaction of any business in which electricity over or tli rou nh w'res may lie applied to any useful purpose, including the maintain ing ami operating of a general telephone system and telephone businesa and lor these purposes to have, possess and en joy all the rights, benefit and privileges of the said Act of Assembly and its sup plements. E. O. Mll.'HKNKP, Solicitor. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership heretofore existing between John S. Vail and Oeorge D. Hastings, under Ihe linn name of Vail x Hastings, doing business at West Hickory, Pa., was dis solved bv mutual consent on the liithd.y of September, I!r2, Mr. Hastings retir ing from the linn. The business will be continued at the same stand by the un dersigned. Johns Vail. West Hickory, Pa., Oct. 7, l!"2. HOW aiioiityoiir stock of Stationary Wo do high class Job Printing. IT 4 it 4 . J mTl . ess MSM4UT Blankets. Time for you to give a little thought on thia subject. If you will givs us an nppnrtunity, we will be glad to show ynu some mm propositions. A nice lot of Blankets, bntb Cotton and Wool, at the proper prices. And ask lo see those wool filled quilla. ROBINSON. ItAIMYAY. TIME TABLE To Take Effect July 1st, UWi SOUTH Eastorii Time NORTH Stations I 1 Li ml p. m l.V.l 4 6..H 10 H.V2 SO 20 i i 0.V2 IS Ani2 00 4.1.1 6S 4"ll 50 2fVl Mo IS 1 2A 00 1 IS 4Si 30 loi a. m it : p.m Leave Arrives. 4 !' 4 y 4 Ml 5 OS Sheffield I) 10 on Barnes H Henry's Mill ,H Blue Jay X Hastings K Wellera T Minister .7 Porkey ,7 Mavliu'rg 7 Buck Milla 7 Kelleltville 7 Newtown Mills ft Rosa Hun ,0 Nebraska 16 10 2i 10 4H II ! 5 in .i 10 ." as: 11 2.1 II 1 11 .V 12 11 12 So; 12 4. S 40 ! so! Il (Mil Ii III! 2ol Ii 4l 7 00. p.mt p. m Arrive Iavela . iii'p.m T. I). COLLINS, Pbksidknt. Pennsylvania UA.ILltOA.l. BUFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking effect. June 29 3, 100. No. 30 Buffalo Express, daily except Sunday.. 11:25a. m. No. 82 Oil City and Piibmurg i Ex ress.ilailv.except Suinlav7:30 p.m, No. 0.30 OH City Accom.,Sun-" dav onlv 0:50 a. m. No. 9 32 Oil City Accom., Sun day only 8:12 p.m. For Hickory, Tidioute.Warren.Klniua, tvrau lorn, uiean anu tne r-asi : No. 31 Olean Express, daily except Sunday 8:65 a. m. No. 33 Pittsburg Express, daily except Sunday- 4:39 p.m. No. U..13. Irvlnetnn Accom., Sutidaye only, 2:45 p. m. For Time Table and additional In for Illation consult Ticket Agent. J. B. HUTCHINSON, J . R. WOOD. General Manager. Oou'l Passenger Agt. Cures Bheumatism, Neuralgia, Injuries, Sore Feet, Lame and Aching Back. Skin Diseases. Paina and Sprains. WANO WANO ELECTRIC OIL. 25. TRY IT AUGUST - ITEMS. DID YOU This is the season you can best afford to have LUXUMES, if you desire them. We do not ask you to buy Luxuries, but simply advise you to notice a few items tho season demands for present and future comforts. DURESS COOL in a pair of panu fit to wear anywhere. Lotaofibemat $2. We can alao give you a few luin at 85, and OXFOEDS fur Men or Ladiei ibat are right in atyle and price. Also 1TEGLIGEE SHIBTS that can hardly be matched at the prices. They range from 50o to SI. Alto I'ANTS ami lEISrCir SHIRTS d hoe. for the Little Men, that make them feel Big, but not oncomfurtable. The Life of Business is Low Prices at Tionesta Cash Store New Fall Goods are NEW FRENCH FLANNELS " SKIRTS " PETTICOATS " WAISTS " WAIST PATTERNS " DRESS GOODS " OUTINGS " UNDERWEAR " JACKETS Everything Xcw and Marked at Extremely Low Priori. It Will Pay You to lo HEATH Up-to-Dato AO. A. B. A. Watnk Cook, President. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, Collections remitted for on day of pr.ymeut at low ratoa. We promise our custom era all the benefits consistent with conservative b king. Interest ps.id on time deposits. Yonr patronage respectfully eoliciteJ. A fj per cent vJ advance is what you'll have to pay for wall paper next spring, so deal ers have been noti fied. If you expect to do any papering the time to do it is this fall. Call on GEO. I. DAVIS, TIONESTA, PA CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS CO' Ma IV. Atwr reliable. !! tern, Mk nrunrlt ft IHK IimKRN EXsVl.lteM In K4-4 Bivd sol4 tiiftaliie buim, taJrl with bin rtrthnn. Tfc ih.M. RsftoM 4aarfsa. . llluMan4 amilMlloasav. Huyof your l-nicatK, or tti h( -Ir. tu ttarnpt. fur Partlriilar, Trail nMM.Ila ni M Krllrf fttr i-M.' i" tnrr, by rvlxri MaUU !, TvMituunmls. etold by ail Uruttati-U. CHIOIUTIk OHIMIOAL CO. BIM MavalleWM jamr, tH !., PA Maaillaa I a It raip. -v V EVER THINK OF IT? here. Your (Shopping Here. k FEIT, Dealers in B0.1S. Kri.lt. Cashier. Wat. SaKARBAl'OII, Vice Presidon NATIONAL BASK, PENNSYLVANIA. 150,000. HI RECTORS G. W. Koblnaon, Win. Smearbaiigb, T. F. Rltehey. J. T. Palo, J. II. Kelly. WHEELOGK k DALE, ii-to-ilnlc LIVERY. First clans rig alwavs on hand. BAGGAGE HAULING A SPECIALTY. Cab service furuiahed promptly upon application. WALNUT STREET, TIONESTA, PA. Trapc Marks Desiqns Copyrights Ac. Anmne fafn1ln( a nktrh and dnwrtntton mm 9 fu(t'klr ajM-airiHin onr trfimmn fne wfiHhir an Invention m probably patontah). Ciimmmit tt.nstMrtly onfMintlal. lliuutiMank on Patent enl (r. OMmi airpm-y for ntH urinit ia,lnl. rtcnta takrn thnurh Mmin A Co. rweJrt WUil fftfW, without ctmnra. in tht Scientific American. A handaomclT tIIirntHl wtklr. !inrnt rlr mint ton of anr Hontifl mriiMl. IVrnia. . m, jrt'nr: four month, u Huld by all newatlfalera. MUNN & Co.36,B-- New York liravuch Ulttt v. tSS K H Waahlnuiun. It. C- llAO, BO YEARS' EXP-ERIEN-CE- "3. f , -A The NECESSITIES do not call for so much expense, as during the colder season. TJlSriDEI"W"EA.I for ALL peo pie, that coils little money and HATS, TIUS, ZF-AJSTCT" "VESTS, and TTDST'H :T?,"V" that suit the most exact ing, in dtlicate figure and fust colors, to fit feet ofanytiz". Also Shoe Polishes. G-ROCEBIES '' closely and keep fresh, and have what you need fur ruur Lunch in Canoed Meats, Vegetables aud Fancy Cookies, and can supply your wanta in Glass Cans, Jelly Tumblers, Keltks, Sugars, 8pices and all needful things in tbe Preserving Season.