Newspaper Page Text
TflJE fOREST REPUBLICAN.
yCDNKSDAY, MAIU'H 18, 1903. TURNER AGENCY Kepresenta all the lending Fire In ' su ranee Companies of the world, ami rah Insure you against loss at lowest rates obtainable. We are also agents In Forest county for the TITLE GUARANTY AND TRUST CO., . which, furnishes security Tor Coun . . ty and, township officials. Also W furtUNlibs bonds lor HOTEL LICENSES at a nominal foe. A nice line of Keal tistate Deals always to be bad ai mis Hi;mu'v. 1 1.1. ARMR & SON, V, TlONEftA, PA. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NEW ADVEHTlXliMENTH. I.ainwors. Ad. Wapted. Iopal. Hopkins. Locals. Kftnn'a Itv, Local. V. II. II "od. Local. Yx ft II 1- I'UVMUIY V II, IlttHOT. .Lb Hoy Plow Co. Ad. Heath A Knit. Locals. K. Walters A Co, Local. .Invro's Millinery. Locals. x Kobinsot). Ad. and locals. x Iloovard's Druir Store. Ad. Ilium's I'm Store. Iiocals. . (5. M. A St. P. By. Keadnrs. Tlonesta ChhIi Store. Ijocals. aI'Iiiis. H. Henderson. Locals. VyVhite Star (Jrooery. Iicals. Mjneen Twp. Auditors' ltpport. Tionosta Twp. Auditors' ltpport. Kdinboro Normal School, Local, -New umbrellas at T. C. 8. Oil markot closed at 1.50. Fine china dishes at T. C. S, It It Oil and gas leases at this office, Walton ! loads them all. T. C. 8. Hopkins sells the Douglas shoes tl -Hoys' 2 pii'oo knee pant Buits at Kob tiison's. It They will all grow 11 you buy your needs at T. C. S. It If you wear shoos, read Robinson's ad. In this issue. It Hopkins has all styles of wash goods. Look them ever. K Dr. Hess' International Stock Food at Dunn's drug store. U Physicians' blank certificates of var cinatiott for sale at this office. tf Ml the new things In white vestings for shirt waists at Heath it Feit's. 11 The Standard sowing machine Is at the bend of the lisl. For sale at Joyces' millinery. Joyces' millinery have on exhibiiion a few new spring stroet hats. Watch for opening announcement later. It Quite a nuinbor of the local sports took in the Jell'ries-Fitzsimmons spar riug bout at Oil City last Friday night. All mnmUra nt Ilia W. 17. P- No. 1:17. re requested to be at the ban tins, woa gesday evening. Mns. J. C. Di-nm, Pres. A nice second-hand piano for sale for cash or installment. Address C. II. Hen dorsou, care of Hural House, Tlonesta, Pa. H A now stock of wall paper, very fine to nice common, at Dunn's drug store. See it before ordering your spring sup ply. It Prepare for teachers' examinations at Kdinboro Normal. Special classes in al gebra and civil government. John F. Ulglor, Prln. It Oar carpets speak for themselves. Look at other lines, get their prices, then ootue here and you'll bo sure to buy. Heath A. Feit. . It Ready-to-weai hats for the arly Spring havejust arrived at F. Walters A Co's. They aro of the latest pattern and not expensive. It W. II. Hood, Tionosta, Ta., has a fine pun of buff Orpington chl' kens. Any eno dosiring 'egns for settings should make their wants known. 3t Frosh vegetables and eyorything In the grocery line may always be had at the White Star Grocery. Phone your of, dors if jjou are in a hurry. It Wantkb ' Men of brains, energy and Integrity, to represent a large corpora tion. Address with -references, Chas. Wiison, 112 N. liroad Street, Philadel phia, Pa. 3 18-3t A meeting of the gun club will be hold at Mr. Hitchey's office this ovenlng at 7:30 o'clock, which all members, and any others who desire to join, are re quested to attend. James McMnrtrio, a former resident of Klngsley township, this coun'y, died Tuesday of hist week at bis home iu Clarendon, aged about 80 years. De ceased was a veteran of the Mexican war. Chas. H. Henderson, practical piano tuner, of Warren, Pa , will be in town March 30. Orders may now be loft at Joyce's millinery. Recommended by Miss Anna Mafl'ctt, and best poople In town. tf Several rafts of hemlock square lim ber were run out from Fool's creek last weed. They belong to T, D. Collins. Messrs. Wheeler A Dusenbury are raft ing several thousand feet of pine square timber at the mouth of Ross Run. The engine in the Osgood Jt Jamie son mill, on Jamioson run, "run off" last Thursday and smashed things up pretty badly about tho machinery and doing considerable damage, besides shut ting down operations for several days. Liveryman Canfield finds in his spring clean up that l.-e has too many horses and We has decided to sell two good heavy teams and three or four driv ing horses. Here is a chauca for some ouo lo socurn good stock for little mon ey. Step lively. It Tho prettty little crocus bulb has opened tho spring styles on the well sp poinled l.iwn. They aro Mm first beauty to uniiomn-n lb" approach of wnrmer weather, and tho siuht of Ibeir pretty waxen netal is moro welcomo than the (lowers of May, espeially after a long spell ofsolid winter weather. Some people hereabout claim to have hoard "peep" Irogs alrealy this season, but If so it must have been only insipient rehearsals fur the general af ernooii and evening concerts noon to ho inaugurated as a daily occurrence in thesa parts. Af ter thev have iriz up three times 'lis said, wo shall have spring. Hut Ihw'sigii is not an unfailing one. Amoug the Republican's new ad vertisers this week la Bovard's Drug Store. This well known establishment is to-day one of the up-to-date stores of our busy and flourishing little city, and uudor the skillful management ol Dr. Uovard will be kept at the bead of the procession, and your wants will be care fully attended at all times. It is said a United States Fish Com mission expert has decided fish can bear. This may make fishermen more careful of the stories they tell. Forest Repub lican. It should, but it won't. Remem ber that "big one" that you lost once ear ly in the inotning, Jake? Blizzard. Base treachery ! You'll got no more con fidential tips from this source. Mason Patrick Joyce has been award ed the contract for an extensive job of masonry at Pulaski, Lawrence county, where the State is buildiug a bridge. He w ill be employed there a greator portion of the summer, and will tMgin work as soon as he can complete the abutments for the now bridice over Tionesta creek above Nebraska, on which he is at pres ent engaged. Word was received here on Saturday that Capt. John M. Clapp whilo boarding a fctrootcar at Washington, D. C Intend ing to take a train from Washington to Oil City, fell and broke his right leg. Captain Clapp is one of the best known men of the northern oil field and his many friends are considerably concerned over the accident, which is serious on ac count of his years. Derrick. Fish dynamiting has been going on in the river a short distance below here to quite an extent. We understand that evidence sufficient to convict the culprits can be produced if any one desires to bring the offenders to justice. The pen alty lor this meanest of all game law vio lations is very severe, and a lew doses of the prop.tr medicine should be adminis tered!. It is a shame to allow it to go on. Rev. Dalo was unfortunate enough to step on a rusty nail last Friday, which ponetraied his shoo and made an ugly gash an Inch deep in his foot. On that account preaching services were sus pended at the M. K. church on Sunday, and many of the congregation worshiped at the other churches. The Reverend Is recovering slowly from the Injury but will probably sudor for some time to como. Sandy Lake Breeze. Mr. Dale was a former pastor of the M. 1". church of this place. Creo T. Work, a former Forest coun ty boy, hati recently been elected presi dent of the White Girl's Industrial col lego, located at Denton, Texas. Mr. Work gives up his position as supervisor of manual training in the public schools of San Francisco, which he has held for the past two years, to assume his new duties. Tho board of regents of the industrial col lego look upon their new president as "a gentleman of noble christian charac ter, fiuo practical sense and of superior administrative and executive ability." Hadn't you better take advantage of our splendid clubbing offer, and secure tho N. Y. Tribune Farmer for a whole year for 21 cents T There is no better farm paper published. It comes weekly, is profusely illustrated and is entertain ing, instructive and practically useful to the farmer's wife, sons and daughters. The Ki'kuiilican and Tribune Farmer for f 1.25. The offor ex tends also to present subscribers ho pay a year In advance and " cents extra. Bear in mind this otfor is good only a short time, bq hurry around. tf Since so much has been said of late in regard to the raising of large families, it might be woll for Franklin to show what, she has done in this respect. We have a man now living in this city, named W.M. Steon.whoat the age (0 year-, Is the father of 2S children, and, we understand, all of them are living. Mr. Stom comes from a long-lived race, his mother dying in Pleasantville a few years ago at the ad vanced ago of 107 years. Heat that if you can. Franklin Nows. That's a pretty big story, but if "Hill" told it to the News man it'." so, for he never varied from the truth very much. Messrs. V. II. Stiles, B. O. Stiles aud Ous li. Evans have purchased tho gener al store of Wheoler A Dusenbury at Kn deavor, and will hereafter conduct the same under the firm name of Stiles A F.vans. Mr. W. H. Stiles hai lor several years been Ihe sole manager of this flour ishing storo and thoroughly understands tho wants and tas!es of its many custom ers, whilo his partners are young men of energy. No doubt the new firm will con tinuo to merit the patronage of the people of Endeavor ami vicinity by giving the host possible attention to their needs, and by strictly honorable dealing. Our best wishes for success to the new firm. James A'Harrab has a crew of men at work rafting in a lot of pine and hem lock square timber, about 00,000 feet, that was hauled from the Snyder tract, in Warsaw township, to the banks of Red Bank creek lu East Brookville, during the past winter. This is the last lot of square timber to be taken off the Snyder tract, and Is ownod by J. D. Doverspike o.' K ittanning. About 10,000 feet of oak timbor, that came off the Suffolk tract, In Pinocreek township, is p'led at the same place, and will be raited In and run to the city market by Mr. A'Harrah. The oak timber belongs to D. B. Shields of Marienville, and C. R. Vasblnder, of this place. Brookville Republican. A good way to tost a swindling schoni" is to offor a non-negotiable note when the time comes for signing. Mark out the words "ordor" or "bearer" which always follows the blank lino in which is written the namo of the party to whom the note Is given. Make the note payable to him alone. That makes all right. If tho note in lieu ot the contracts which the other party offers, just write at the head of your signature: "The payment of this note is made conditional Uoii the performance of certain contract lor which it was given." Always remember that no matier what oral contracts you tuny have, it will have nothing to do with the payment of tho nolo unless it appears mi the fare of the note Financier. For Kent. A good farm at Ryromtown, Forest county. One hundred and fifty acres un der cultivation. A largo poar orchard, apples and other fruit, good buildings and ail modern conveniences. In siht of church, school and railroad depot. Pimsession given at once. Inquire of F. A. K M.i.Kit, If Tionesta, Pa, YOU AXD Y0UK FKIEN'DS. J. H. Robertson was iu Franklin on business Friday. E. E. Fleming was in Bradford on business last Friday, Mrs. Q. F. Watson was a visitor to Warren last Saturday. J. K. Greeu was in Oil City on busi ness Monday afternoon. F. P. Auialur was a business visitor to Oil City Friday afternoon. Mrs. P. C. Hill visited friends in West Hickory last Thursday. Mrs. A.T. Brookhouser is visiting her son in Oil City this week. Alex Swanson was a business visitor to Oil City yesterday afternoon: L. Aguew returned Friday afternoon from a business visit to Pittsburg. Prolhouotary J. C. Geist was a busi ness visitor to Warren last Friday. Mrs. W.J. Burtt, or Allegheny, is the guest of Mrs. J. II . Robertson. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Blum, of Nebraska, on the 11th lost, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wolr, of Licking ville, were visitors in town yesterday. J. A. Dawson, of Stewart Run, was a business visitor to Warren last Friday. County Commissioner A. K. Shipe went to Pine Grovo, W. Va., last Friday. W. W. Bowman, of Bowmanville, re turned from his wesloru trip last Thurs day. Mrs. Garfield Grove was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Frye, iu Oil City over the Sabbath. Mrs. W. J. Campbell and Mrs. Ed. Graham were Oil City visitors Saturday afternoon. Miss Dona Walter left yesterday noon for a visit with friends near Greenville, Morcer county. Mrs. Jacob F. Overlaudor has been quite ill for the past week, but is some bolter this morning. Miss Chloe Green, who is employed as a stenographer In Buffalo, N. Y., came home Saturday evening. Mrs. Birdie Ginader, of Oil City was a guest of her sister, Mrs. J. G. Bromley, a couple of days last week. -Mrs. Chas. Butler and Miss Maude Butler, visited the parents of the former at Endoavor ovor Sunday. C. R. Walters and his crew of boat- builders are bore ready to commence op erations on the Agnew scaffold. Rev. Archio Zahniser, of Port Alle- ganv, N. Y., was a guest of bis father, H. M. Xahniser, over last Friday night. Mrs. Alonzo Brockway, of Loleta, Elk county, was a guest of her sister, Mrs. E. W. Cbndwick, last Saturday. Aaron Mealy, who has boeu with rel atives iu the township for souie time past returned to his work at Tlona, Pa., Mon day. Mrs. A. B. Kelly is wl'h her neice, Miss Mary Bates, at the Mercer Sanita rian!, where the latter Is receiving treat ment. G. G. Gaston left Monday for Pitts burg on business, and Mrs. G. is visiting her parents at Utica, Pa., during his ab sence Miss Nannie Morrow, of Ihe High School faculty, was a guest of Mrs. N. P. Wheeler, at Endeavor over last Friday night. Esquire -I. K. Stoughton was down from East Hickory Saturday and In the afternoon gave the Republican a friend ly call. -Chas. Kama aud little daughter were in Kane oyer Sunday to visit Mra.Rarns, who is there caring for her sister who is quite ill. Stephen Taft, who has been on the "retired" list with a broken arm for some time, visited his sou at Endeavor oyer Sunday. 'Squire Sotley and 0. M. Arner left for Rochester, N. Y., Monday, whore they expect to be fitted each with an ar tificial leg. Mrs. Weller, who has been spending a few weeks w.t'i her mother, Mrs. Tru- by, returned hon.a to Tionosta, Friday. Einleuton News. Hart Lawrence came down from Grunderville Saturday and remained to take in the dancing party at Bovard's ball last evening. Mrs. H. G. McKniRht and daughter, Miss ICitlie, were up from Oil City yes terday afternoon to visit Ihe latter's father, S. J. Campbell. -T. L. Howe of Scotch Hill and Miss Mamie E. Rea, of Cooksburg, this county, were married in the evening of the 4th inst., at the bride's home. Lumberman T. D. Collins, of Ne braska, Is a visitor in California and Washington, looking after his extensive timber interests on the Pacific coast. Miss Blanche Wiles, who has been suffering from an attack of grip at her borne on Smoky Hill, returnad to ber school at Fagundus yesterday morning. Mrs. II. W. Horner came home Mon day evening from a visit with hor daugh ter, Mrs. A. II. Gallup, at Youngsville. She was accompanied home by ber little grand-daughter. Samuel J. Campbell, one of Tiones ta's old and esteemed citizens, is criti cally ill at bis home. Mr. Campbell's infirmities are of a rheumatic nature and bis physician gives little hope for his re covery. Messrs. John R. Pott, of the C. M. A St. P. R'y, and C. E. Brison, of the Northern Pacific R'y, both with head headquarters in Pittsburg, were transact ing businoss for their companies in this section Monday, and were pleasant call ers at the Republican office during their stay in Tionesta. Earl E. Simmons aud Miss Jennie Metcalf were married at the homo of ttie bride at West field, Pa., March 10th, by Rev. Simmons, an uncle of tho groom. Mr. Simmon is Ismkkeeper for the For est tannery at 1'ronkston, w here, ho has a house furnished fi r tho reception of his bride. Sheffield Observer. Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Greaves departed on tiio evening train Monday for New Alexandria, Westmoreland Co., where the doctor will bo located in the practice of his profession. Their now home is a city of about K'.ooo inhabitants '1 ionesta friends ate loth to part wi ll this popular ynumc couple, but wish them abundant success in the -new place ol residence, where wo predict Dr. Greaves' skill will bring him a lucrative practice. Clarion County iiirl Prefers Jail Rath er Than Leate Her Lover. A Butler, Pa., dispatch under date of March 12, says: Because she loved a man 25 years older than herself, who has a wife and family living in an adjoining county, Julia Em rninger, a pretty Clarion county girl, Is in jail hre awaiting sentence. Her gray- haired lover is also waiting sootence. The romantic part of the story is that the girl refuses bail; refuses to return to a com fortablo home, and says if her lover g s lo jail she will go with him. M ss EinmliiKor Is the daughter of a prosper ous farmer who resides near Crown, Clar ion county, and about a year ago she be came acquainted with E. L. Parsons,who went to the Einmingor home to do a job of painting. Last June, poon after Par sons' departure from the neigbbornood, the girl came to Butler and was intro duced here by Parsons as bis niece. Since December she has been living at Lyndo- ra, in a shack with Parsons and it was there her father fouud her. When arrett ed the girl insisted on going to Jail with hor lover. The cases were tried in the criminal court to-day and both Parsons and the girl were eonvicted on the charge for which they were indicted. The jury recommonded the extreme mercy of the court in the case of Miss Einminger. The girl has filed a civil suit in assump sit against her adopted fathor, J. E. Ein minger, for wages due since she was 18 years of ago. She alleges she is not the legally adopted daughter of Emlnger, but was placed with him under an agrement that he release hei when she reached her 18th year. Arrive In Washing Ion. Ostranuer, Wash., March 9, 1903. Kii. Itcpublican: I will endeavor to keep my promise by writing these few lines: We arrived here Sunday forenoon and found the weather very nice. There were a great many acquaintances patient ly awaiting our arrival. In coming across the mountains we found the weath er very changable. On the east side the dust was flying, in the mountains there was from 4 to 8 foot of snow. On the west side we found the fields quite greeu (and we likewise). We saw some vory beauti ful scenery in crossirg both the Rocky and Cascade mountains. Between the Rocky and Cascades all you could see was saud covered with sage brush, ou which cattle and horses grazed in large herds. Along the Missouri and Yellowstone River we saw large flocks of ducks and geese. I thought I had seen largo timber in oid Forest, but find it very small compar ed with what is here. In cutting this large timber they scaffold from 6 to 16 feet. ' The logs aro cut from 25 to 140 feet long, and are carred to the Cowlitz river and are towed by steamer up the Colum bia river to Portland, Ore., where they are manufactured iuto lumber. Everybody in our party is enjoying the best of health and is iu good spirits. Not caring to take up much space in your pa per at this time I will close, hoping this will satisfy your many readers that wishod to hear from us. Yours truly. A. W. Strut; p. (Jninderville. James Gilflllan of Smethport, McKean county, was visiting among friends here Tuesday. Frank Hunter, Andrew Fleming, Jas. Morrow, Joseph Morgan aud . Albert Lawrence have returned to their several scaffolds and will soon be turning boats and launching barges. Philip Arnold, while fixing a fence, cut a bad gash in bis foot with an ax last Thursday. Dr Pierce attended him, and it required several stiches to close the wound. Fred. Schweitzer's father.of IItzelburst, Elk county, visited him a day or two of the past week. Mrs. C. P. Potior vlsitod fiiondsatTid ioute over Friday night. G. W. Rea visited friends at his home in Baruett township before leaving for the weft. Georgf) left for Long Mont, Colorado, where he will engage In the beet sugar industry. He also expects the change of climate to benefit his health. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Killer were visiting Iriends at their old home near East Hick ory during the week. Mrs. Kiffor's broth er, Orion Clark, relumed with them, and expects to be employed here during the summer. Postage Stamp Flirtation Revised. Writiug the address in alleged poetry or rhyme is an evidence of foeble-niind-edness that should nover be displayed in public. A postage stamp upon the upper loft hand corner of an envelope means, "lam not quite right," in the estimation of postal employes. Attempting to use a stamp that has been used before is a sure sign ol trouble for the guilty party, If it falls into the hands of a post ollice inspector or the third assistant P. M. G. Stamps on the reverse side of the en velope means that letter may be thrown aside in the rush of making up a mail be fore the freak is d iscoverod, and the let ter delayed from one to twenty-four hours, as a result of such nonsense. The address at the top of the envelope on a line with the stamp, indicates that it is liable to be obliterated by a canceling machine, and the letter go to the dead let ter office for resurrection. Writing "In baste," or similar Inscrip tions upon a letter is a sign of great dan ger. No doubt many serious wrecks have been occasioned by fast running cf trains when the engineer knew that such a letter was in the mail car. Don't do it anv more. Some mail clerk is liable to hurt himself laughing at your silliness. Mail in alter is always sent by the quick est possible route alter being deposited in the postotlice, frequently going hundreds ol miles around to gain a few minutes over a shorter direct routo on which con nections are not so good. Nothing but a special delivery stamp will hurry any thing by mail, and then only after it has reached the oUice of destination, wiicro it will bo specially delivered. TO ( IKK A (11.11 IN (INK II AV Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. K. W. Urove s signature is on each box. 'ic. 1-14-ly 1 i i . n a s;iiii"ii nun. n , . r . ; v iii.iii liA.luin'u SildmOKli anil I .i vaf 'I'a lilutu ami tr;t'..l.;illi.iiu aitaA tLaa rMia.ii a quick recovery is certain. For sale by lr. I mi , Tiouchta, W, G. Wilkins, West Hickory. Examination, for Naval CauYtshlp. Congressman Joseph C. Sibley has been notified that a vacancy now exists in the U. 3. Naval Acadomy at Annapolis, from the 28th Congressional district, and he has been requested to nominate a principal and throe alternates for exami nation for appointment to fill the same. Having received so many applications for this appointment, Mr. Sibley consid ers it necessary that a preliminary com petitive examination be held in his dis trict, which will probably be at Warren, Pa., on April 15th, but due notice ol time and place will be given later. Mr. Sib ley will select as principal the young man who ttands the highest in said examina tion ; as first alternate ihe one who stands second ; as second alternate the one who stands third, and as third alternate the one who stands fourth. The minimum age for admission to the academy is fif teen years and maximum age is twenty years. Young men who are desirous of taking this examination can doubtless obtain furlher information by writing to Mr. Sibley at Wastington, D. C. Here is an opportunity for some bright Forest county boy to try the examina tions, which are quite rigid, but we be lieve wo have some that would stand pretty close to the top in such a content. Cream of the Sews. Talkative men are great self-entertainers. New lanes for shirt waists and sum mer suits at Joyces' millinery. It A surprise party is seldom an unex pected occurrence. You will be sure ot a good crop il you buy clover and timothy seed at T. C. S. It When money talks even a woman will pause to listen, The Desbecker clothing is the kind that fits. Try Hopkins on your next suit. If not a perfect fit you don't got it. Try him. It The individual who ignores a chance to get even is wise. The Dr. Hess International Stock Food is too well known among good stockmen to need recommendation. For sale at Dunn's drug Btore. It Divorce is an epitaph frequently carved on love's tombstone. A full line of Fresh vegetables at the White Star Grocery. They are extra nice this season, and receiving daily ship ments keeps them nice. It An ounce of happiness is worth more than a ton of bard coal. New dry goods at Tionesta Cash Store It Some men would rather lose a friend than the best of an argument. The large number of carpets we are selling is proof that we have the right kind at the right prices. Heath A Feit. Experience is a great teacher but hor tuition foes are exorbitant, Don't pass Hopkins' store when look ing for carpets, matting, oil cloth and lin oleum. It Charity often begins at home, but re form is usually practiced at a neighbor's. A choicer line of wall paper was nev er shown in Tionesta than can now be seen st Dunn's drug store. Prices very roasonable. It One source of troublo is that most people talk faster than they can think. You never go amiss if you depend on the White Star for your groceries. Kitch en Queen Bread and assorted cakos are the finest to be bad. It Fortune seems to delight in knock ing at the average man's door when he is absent. Best wearing shoos at Tionesta Cash Store. It It sometimes happens that a man convinces otheis without convincing himself. Do not go by our store when you are looking for shoes. We have the good kind. Heath d Feit. It Don't think because a rnau misses the mark occasionally that he isn't agood shot, Light and beautiful are the dresses made of those new patterns at Tionosta Cash Store. It New goods at Hopkins store this week. Anything you want and all jou want ol it. Tho very latest and newest things. It When a pretty girl stares at a man's feet he feels as if ho had no earthly use for himself. The great variety in both style and price makes the stock of wall paper at Dunn's drug storo an easy one to select from. Don't fail to soe it. It --A woman asks a man's advice so that later on she can tell him how little he knew. Ladies' newest waists at Tionesta Cash Store. It Some men do not hesitate to break a promise, because It is so easy to make another. Boys' kneo pant suits, all the new things. Heath A Foil. It The wise girl docs not waste hor time on the young man who wastes his time kissing her hand. Letter lo Geo. I. Davis. TioncMa, Pa. Dear sir : We hear you're doing a good business, and we know already without your telling us, that you use good paint and do good work. We've got a big bus iness too been at it 11!) years making good paint, bent paint in the world, De voe Lead and .inc. "Fewer gallons and wears longer" that's the reason in short. It takes fewer gallons ol Devoe Lead and Zinc than of mixed paints to cover a house, and it wears longer than lead and oil or any mixed paint. Smith A Wilbur Cambridge Springs', Pa., tvrllo: Ouo of our painters says Devoo is tho best paint for a painter to use w hen tak ing work by the job, as it goes further aud covers belter than any paint he ever usod. Here's the experience everybody has with it. The dealer who sells Devoe gets tho bulk of the paint business of bis town. Tho painter who paints Devoo gets the painting of his town. Yours truly, F. W. Devoe A Co., 7 Now York. P. S. Jas, 1. Davis soils our paint. Be a Good Book keeper Tbcy aro in demand and command Good Wags This is the kind wo send out from our school. Pour ones arc only a drug ou the market. If you have ordinary cood sense and a common school education wo cm S make a Kood Bookkeeper of $ou. M System thonniKldy illustrated. Com- nion sensu liic iicthixi, tcacluntr rs lmi- W tiallv tr;ni;aclud in thn i& rid tor'.ay. "J Hess Is act business world MEADVILIE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE g S. l. td, Prin., Ak.ldii.lc, Pa. !' Enroll now wlitl ntlnT. nrf rtolnir bo. "vVrito e or can (ouay lur iuu jiarui Lkulara. We promptly obtain U. H. ami Forviitn t Send model, sketch or plioto ol invention tci t r tree report on patentarality. rcr free bonk, now secure TRADE-MARKS Y Patents mid Opposite U. S. Patent Office WASHINGTON D. C. CARPET ! 1 9 3 3 1 Axminsters, Body Brussels, Tapestries, Ingrains, Mattings, Oil Cloth, A lull and complete liiH of FltW Clothing of every description. Every piece of our Carpet hears the Manu'acttirer'j name, Ruga of any siza madd from any Cirpet in stock. Buy lrour Carpet Now. Be sure it hears she Manufacturer's name. The LOWELL aud the HAUTFOKD are the Best. JLj. cJ in MARIENVILLE HARDWARE & MACHINE COMPANY. Hard tea re, Mill Mill Machinery Repaired Proinpt l(fj Sha'tliiff, PuUetf and Pillow JilcicIiH Furnlahcrf an Short Kotlee. NEWJND COMPLETE LINE. 0F RUBBER t?helf Hardware, Iron, Nuili ami Tools at the Lowest Market Price. Stoves of all kinds. Perfect Olive Ilanges a Specialty; Guaranteed to Bake. Axes, Pea vy Cant Hooks, Spuda, Atkins' Hand Croscut, Band and Circular Saws, Returned il Unsatisfactory. Abra sive Emery Wheels. E. A. YETTER. MANACER, MARIENVILLE, PA. prm Shirts are tho te?t per. So easy to have some little thing go wrong aud then so eiisy to use strong language. Ours are ninde to as to spread a C:irit!tiaii ppirit throughout the land tl ey will not rul thu man, roil the temper or rob tho pockelboi.k. Tho Shirts we're selling largely just now are the unusual, smart styles t ut cannot lu duplicated later ou. Better gtt in on tliom whilo you e n. New spring styles are in. OUR OWN BRAND-NEW COLUMBIA, $1.00 FOR CHILDREN, M-s :s l 12. A rtmifort ihlj, sencilile waist and ho-e Hipnortcr. Made from strong FUHpeiidor web b'tig, with or without hese supporters, 25c. Iyt::. one. pricE'CLOthierS 41 X43SENECA ST. OIL CITY. PA, verything1 -El TO WRITE ON! We have a large lino of Tablets, WritiDg Paper, Envelopes, Ac, also a few hundred box writ ing paper, at from IP TO 6Q C'T'S. We can guit you. Look iu our window. The rices are right. BOVARD'S DRUC STORE. INS. CARPET ! Velvets, Grass Carpet, Linoleum, lopkins. Sitpiltets, etc. AND LEA THER BELTING. hirts. of a man's tem