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J. C. WtNK, tDITOn 4 PHOPHIITOII. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1003. 1903 AUGUST 1903 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. 23 JJJ7 J J 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 go I St 25 26 27 28 29 ; it MOON'S PHASES. ex Full n M I Ncw vi,Moon O a. m. V'Moon no :81 p. m. r Third 0 21 First VtQuaucr ID I J? Quarter 29 3:34 p. 01. llepubliraii Ticket. STATU. State Treasurer V(M. L. MATHUES, Delaware County. Auditor Gencral-WM. P. SNYDER, Chester County. Superior Court Judyes-JOHX J. HEN DERSON, Crawlord County j THOMAS A. MOKBISON, McKean Couuty. IOINTY. District Attorneys. D. IRWIN. Coroner -Vr. J. W. MORROW. Fivk members of the St. Louis council sentenced to the penitentiary for Doodling art still serving in the capacity of law makers. The Kansas flood sufl'eiers are telling Universal Benefactor Carnegie of another way by which he can accomplish his ob ject of dying poor. It speaks well lor the business metli o Is of the United States that when it calls a citizen or corporation to time the matter is taken seriously. Tom Johnson's attempt to defeat Sen ator Hanna for the Senate is singularly suggestive of Don Quixote's attack on the windmills. No affront intended to .Sen ator Hanna in bis end of the inetaphore. Gov. Odki.l says the trouble In Wall street stoek speculation is hysteria. It is evident that the country generally takes but little interest in the long and short ol the flurries. Business is good and the crops promising. Thk President is deeply interested in financial legislation but the gentlemen now in session in Providence, drafting a a Senate, financial bill, should remember that Mr. Roosevelt is not wedded to the idea of a bill pleasing only to the Wall Street interests. Tn erg's a comforting suggestion in the Yawp that incessantly mines from candidate Bryan. Even his friends and erst-while supporters are becoming very tired. Sometime be will cease tu vex de cency. The auditorium is empty the gal lery is only half filled. Mr. Gorman is back from Europe and has given several interviews to news papermen. In aubstanre Mr. Oorman says that it is too early to take a demo cratic presidential nominee although "Barkis is willin", and that It is impos sible to outline the issues so far in ad vance although be believes the Gormsn homeopathic tariff reform would win. Some papers are criticising General Young for putting on the three stars while Miles still bad a right to wear them. But then Miles put them on while Hennesy still bad a right to wear them, and old Gen. Scott memoirs confers that he locked himself in bis room and posed before the mirror for three hours when be got his brigadier general new uniform. According to a Washington dispatch, the days of the crisp bank notes are num bered, and their place will be filled by notes that will be soft, pliable, and vel vety. Officials of the United States Treasury Department are experimenting with paper treated by a lately discovered chemical process, and are already much in favor of the change. By the appli cation of a chemical mixture of a Japa nese paper napkin that article becomes as soft and pliable as silk. The chemical preparation acts as an anti-septic and preservative. When applied to old docu ments U seems to knit the fibre together and prevents decay. One of the New York papers proposes Gen. Miles as a candidate for vice presi. dent on the Democratic ticket. As the general has often been mentioned for head of the ticket, this suggestion is hardly likely to strike him favorably. Of course, no Democrat, nor anybody else except Miles himself, knows how be stands on any of the big issues. This, however, would not be a drawback to the general. No tw of the Democratic nom ination possiblities stand together on all the questions. The Democrats could take up Miles with as little risk as they could nominate Parker, Gorman or Hill. Each ol these diverges from all the rest on some Issue or other, but this fact does not prevent them from being mentioned as possibilities. M ilea might easily be a good enough Morgan until after the elec tion. Gohman's boomers among the Demo crats can not understand how it is that the Republican are disposed to welcome that personage as a personal candidate. This is all easy. The Republicans would be glad to see (iorman nominated, be cause of the fact that they believe he would be weak. The Republicans are supporting Bryan for a like reason, (ior man never hail the eloquence, the mag netism nor the popularity of Bryan, but everybody knows that Bryan as the can didate in l'.'Ji would get fewer votes than he received In I'M). Uoruiau would be one of the feeblest nominees whom the Iemocrats could choose. If he were the candidate it would be hard to inject much excitement into the canvass. If the Democrats want to confer an especial fa vor on the Republican parly they will Uuiiiinato the Maryland trickster. The report that the President refused to permit a picnic of Washington poor children on the White House grounds be cause colored children had been excluded when the invitations were sent out is another newspaper "lake". The rea teason is that the "litt'e dears'' do nearly a thousand dollars worth of damage every Easter Monday, when they are permitted to roll eggs on the White Houio Lawn, and the officers of the White House thought one such picnic a year was enough. The Attack on Roosevelt. A many-columned attack upon Presi dent Roosevelt which apptared in a num ber of Democratic papers yesterday most strikingly illustrated the impregnable position occupied by tho present chief executive of the Nation. There are a number of counts in the indictment against him, and it is difficult to decide which of them is the weakest and most ridiculous. The first grave offense charged to him is that he ie fused to em broil the Nation in controversy with Great Britain by interfering with the Boer war. Such Intone! ence would have done the Boers no good and would have subjected our government to well de served criticism. The next charge is that he put an eud to the interminable Samp son-Schley controversy, an act which it is now admitted by the fair-minded men on both sides was timely and sensible. A third co tin' relates to his course iu re gard to Venezuela's trouble with the European powers Inasmuch as that trouble was ended in a manner which has received the praise of the world, ow ing to the measures taken by President Roosevelt and his advisers, the weakness of the charge Is apparent. His attitude concerning the trust question Is chal lenged, but his record there n is entirely satisfactory to every tair-tninded citizen. The legislation on the subject enacted at his instance by the last Congress and the measures taken by the Attorney General to enforce the law furnish him, in fact, with a complete defense against the charge of weakness or insincerity. The President's firmness in insisting upon proper treatment for the negro, and in standing by appointments made by him of creditable members of the race, is another charge against him. The At lanta "Constitution." the leading Demo cratic paper of the South, speaking upon this subject a few days ago, said the ne gro question could uot be made an issue in the next National campaign. Cer tainly, if it is, it will not hurt President Roosevelt in the Northern or Western States. A trivial complaint Is made be cause of the President's utterance con cerning race suicide, but it is needless to discuss this seriously. ObJ'etion is made because of the President's lecent utter ance against lynching, utterances which several Democratic Governors have endor sed. The ridiculous claim is made that bis letter on the subject to Gov. Durban ought to have reproved the latter for re fusing to permit Taylor, the rightful Governor of Kentucky, lo be taken back tn that state to be imprisoned on a bogus charge brought against him by the men who stole the posit'on he was elected to. Then, although the President was, as has been said, accused of not doing his duty in enforcing anti-trust legislation, we are informed that he will lose votes because he has taken too radical a stand upon the ubjeet. Finally, President Roosevelt is charged with having done wrong in tak ing the action which settled the anthra cite miners' strike, an act which in itself lone will give him many more thous amis of votes than will be withheld from biin on account of all tho other fal-e and ridiculous charges enumerated above. Pittsburg Times. West Virginia. Ed. Republican: I was looking over the Repuiilican this evening and reading some of the items the thought came to me to write to your paper and describe some of the oil fields of West Virginia. There are hills here which are 700 feet bigb, and on one hill about seven miles from here, standing on top of a derrick you can see old Pennsylvania's hills looming up in the distance, some twenty miles away. The majority of the bills are wooded so this affords great advan tage for the rigbottotns, The hills are very steep and lo illustrate I will repeat a story a uative told: One morning, bright and'early, a man went out and called his cow, but no cow came, so he climbed tothepusture field near the top of a hill and when he got to the top he found bis cow had fallen into his neighbors com field. Upon investigation he found a land slide had carried the cow Into his neighbor's field. Some wells are located npon the top, sides and foot of hills like the one above described. A rig-builder says, "Why out here upon a rig I helped to build, on one ide you can lay your hand against the hill, while on the lower side, if onusbould fall, be would never stop until he touches the creek, some oO feet below the rig." Some peoplo live in tents and log cabins. I saw a log cabin nearly nine miles from here to which a pig-peu is at tache), and the chickens roost over bead on the rafters, while the calf slept in the same room. I believe I would sleep out tinder tho stars rather than have fowls, calves and other live stock, including bed-bugs, (leas, creepers and other pests, for room-mates. There are quite a number of former Forest county people in this section. Blaine Morrison, son of Postmaster Mor rison of Marienville, has a good position here and is making money. The oil ex citement is at tie top most pitch in this community, and everything is on the go. Team work runs from $5.50 to fil.UO per day. Some days as high as 300 teams pass our bouse, and there seems almost a steady stream during the day. Toe sights one sees at times almost beggar description. Geo. Diuhl, Pine Grove, W. Va., Aug. 13, l'jKl. nturrli Chiiiiiii Hp Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the Rent of the disease. Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional diseaso, and in order to cute it you must take in ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hull's Ca tarrh Cure is not a quack 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 best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers acting directlv 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. F. J. Cli ENEY A Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price 7.:. Hall's Family Pills are tho best. September Jurors. GRAND JURORS. Reib, Fred, farmer, Borough. Gorman, L. A., producer, Harmony. Halght, J. J., prod.icer, Howe. Hoy, Ed., laborer, Jciiks. Olson, Charley, foreman, Jonks. Kifer, Fred T., farmer, Kingsley. Slagel, W. II., laborer, Jenks. DeSmith, J. W., laborer, Jenks. Gesin, Charles W., laborer, Hickory. Henry, Charles, clerk, Green. Jamieson, John, clerk, Borough. Behrens, Ernest, tanner, Green, White, A. J., farmer, Harmony. Gilbert, M. N., laborer, Harmony. Brooks, J H., farmer, Green. Rouse), M. A., laborer, Jenks. Parker, Henry, laborer, G:een. Buyer, J. E , clerk, Gioen. Brady, Henry, laborer, Kingsley. Glasner, Fred., farmer, Tionesta. Rudolph, Fred, butcher, Kingsley. Hood, John, laborer, Borough. Ledebur, R. W., farmer, Green. Hoover, N. F., laborer, Jenks. PKTIT JURORS. Atkins, C. W., producer, Howe. Birtcil, Ray, laborer, Borough. Chambers, A. P laborer, Hickory. Cook, Lewis, laborer, Green. Cochran, Joseph, laborer, Jenks. Confer, G. H. laborer, Barnott. Combs, L. S. laborer, Green. Crosier, D. W.p laborer, Jenks. Clark, C. S., inspector, Kingsley. Dean, Philip, laborer, Jenks. DeSmitn, Geo., carpenter, Jenks, Davis, Lige, farmer, Hickory. Dunkle, Geo. B., larmor, Harnett. Daubenspeck, J. V filer, Green. Emert, Adam, farmer, I'.ickory. Einick, C. F., looldresser, Harmony. Fogle, B. F., farm' r, Harmony. Fogle, Benjamin, farmer, Harmony. Green, William, laborer, Jenks. Gould, George, farmer, Harnett. Gilford, George, laborer, Jenks. Howard, Fred, farmer, Hickory. Huff, A. F., laborer, Barnctt. Hummel, E. J., laborer, Jenks. Hanna, Lewis, laborer, Jenks. Huff, Joseph, lumberman, Barnett. Irwin, Wado, laborer, Barnett. Joyce, Patrick, stonemason, Borougb, Kelly, Geo., laborer, Jenks. Kenniston, Charles, labo-er, Itorough. Land is, J. R. laborer, Barnett. Mealy, S. II., laborer, Jenks. McMillen, James F barber, Barnett. Mooney, John, laborer, Harmony. Miller, James, farmer, Barnett. Metzgar, John, laborer. Hickory. McClolane, C. S., laborer, Jenks. Osgood, Ed., laborer, Kingsley. Rosen, Wolf, merchant, Jenks. Swan, L. F., laborer, Jenkc. Smith, J. A., clerk, Howe. Warner, L. R., farmer, Barnett. Wagner, Adam, farmer, Tiouesta tp. Walton, George, farmer, Jenks. Cream of Hie 'ews. A woman loves a man in proportion to his ability to mako her angry. -Boy's knee pants at cost to close nut. Heath St Feit. It Go and see tie St. Louis Stars ladies' base ball team do up the Tionesta team next Friday alternoon. Lawns, Dimities and all summer dry goods go at greatly reduced prices and a nice assortment left to choose from at Hopkins'. It Don't overlook the fact that Wednes day, Sept. 2d, is the last day for register- ng If you wish to vote this fall. -Any wrapper in stock at Heath A Feit's for 08 cents. it -Female pickpockets are rare. No ady will pick any pockets but her hus band's. -The White Star can always be count ed on to have the best line of groceries. Never any stale goods, and always sold at the lowest figures. It Lots of people would rather die a nat ural death than send for a doctor. -Summer geeds at any prije. Heath A Feit. it --Never iudge an actress by the dia monds she thinks you think she wears. Try the Blucber colt-kin tdme for sale at Hopkins' store. It is made by W. L. Douglas, which is a guarantee of excel lence. it It takes more money to be a million aire now than it did 50 years ago. New bats for (all are here. All the newest shapes and styles. Heath A Ft it. The world is but a fleeting show--and all the best seats taken. Every variety of fruit at the White Star Grocery, besides all the seasonable vegetables, fresh and crisp. Call or 'phone for what you want. It As a rule, popular subsciiptions are in the unpopular class. .A new lot of ladies shirt wa'st pat terns for fall wear just received at Hop kins' store. It It is some times easier to meet a bill than to dodge it. Flontl Oil. During the days of the oil excitement in the Pleasantvilie field and in the vi cinity of Pithole, the Farel fnim, between Pleasantvilie aud Pithole, w as operated on and proved quite prolific. The recent strikes near the old United States well on old territory induced Farel & Davidson to drill a well on the old farm. It baa been completed and the indications are for a first class producer. The first head pumped was 40 barrels, ft is doubtless a fact that the production is what is known as "flood" oil. It is known to all pro ducers of this section that In many of the local fields, after wells have been pumped a curtain length of time the oil is ex hausted or drained or driven out by an influx of water and, that sometimes years afterwards the oleaginous fluid gains the supremacy and floods out the water or drives it back In mi other (daces, again making the apparently worthless terri tory valuable. This has been the case several times in the Tidioute and other fields of this part of Pennsylvania and along the Allegheny iu Butler and Arm strong counties. The newly completed well is several hundred i of feet ahead of tho developments or Carnahau .A Co., whose wells completed some tim9 ago are reported to still be doing from 15 to 25 barrels. The production if the oil is of the "flood" variety will continue until it is exhausted or it is forced out by water. The territory ishal!ow and the drilling comparatively inexpensive. Tirtsvil Herald. ORDERED TO STOP INQUEST. Pittsbnrg Authorities Object to the In vestigation of J. O. Brown's Death. Pittsburg, Aug. 17. Detective Roger O'.Mara served notice on J. R. P. Brown, a bn. titer of former Recorder J. O. Brown, to the effect that unless the present inquiry iuto tho death of Recorder Brown was stopped, a peti tion would be presented to the court praying for an injunction to stop it. Clarence Burleigh, former district at torney, who was present with J. O. Brown when he died, wrote and signed the nrtirp. Burleitrh has referred to the inquest as a "coronial"' fishing excursion, be ing tired to find a leverage to contort the will of J. O. Brown. Jesse Mi Geary, tho coroner, was a nephew of Recorder Brr.wn. His niece received by the will a 20.000-aere ranch in South Dakota for which the deed cannot be found. Coroner McGeary said ho would continue the Inquest in splto of the threat. Will Sue Man Who Sold Toy Pistol. Pittsburg, Aug. 17. John Maclnnos has entered suit tor damages against John L. Lucht, a storekeeper of Alle gheny, for selling a toy pistol to Mac hine' son. On July 4 D-year-old W. J. Maclnnes bought a toy pistol. He received a wound from it and died on July 13 frcr.i totauus. The lather de mands $5,000 damages. He claims th;it the pistol wm defective and scattered tho cap in all directions, thus causing the; wound. This is the first suit ct the kind in the state, and owing to the large number or deaths from simi lar causes. It will bo a test ease. May Not Be Gerl's Body. Pittsburg. Aug. 17. There Is rea son to believe that the body found in New York and supposed to he that of Adolph Gerl of Allegheny, Is not that cf Gerl. The Identity hung on a gold capped tooth. A tister-in law of Geii said: "The account of the body sup posed to be that of Mr. Gerl mentioned that it had a gold capped tooth. If it had the body is not one In which we are interested and is not his. Mr. Gerl had no gold teoth whatever.'' Gerl was reported to have been seen in Cleveland. Low I! ate Sunday School Lxcursion to Chautauqua Lake. Friday, August 21, via Pennsylvania Railroad. Special train will be run on the following schedule and round trip tickets good only on special train in each direction will be sold at rate indicated : Train leaves. Rate. Tidioute t:45 a. in. 1.50 Hickory 7:00 " 1.40 TionesU 7:15 " 1.25 Franklin 7:30 " KM) Oil City, arrive 8.00 " 1 00 Mayville, arrive 10:10 " Mavville, (steamer) Lv..l0:10 " Chautauqua, arrive... 10:20 " Celoron " ...12:00 noon Returning, steamer will leave Celoron 4:15 p. m., Chautauqua, 5:45 p. in., con necting with special train leaving May ville 0:10 p. m., arriving Oil City 8:00 p. m., Franklin i:00 p. in., Tidioute, 0:45 p. m. An elaborate program at Chautauqua Assembly Grouuds, arranged especially for the entertainment of visiting church and Sunday school excursionists. Children under 10 years of age will be admitted to the grounds free. Adults holding Pennsylvania Rail toad excur sion tickets will be admitted on payment of 25 cents, which will include all enter tainments of the day. Caution Notice. The traveling public is hareby notified that extreme caution must be exercised n crossing the river bridgo at Tionesta for the next three weeks, or while re pairs are being made. But one rig or team will be allowed to cross the bridge at a time, and heavy loads will be pro hibited altogether until work is com pleted. By Order of Commissiomcrs of Forest County. TIOIVE-STUA MVlfcltETS CORPECTED EVEKY TUE8DAY, BY RELIABLE DEALERS Flour $ sack 1.001.35 Corn meal, feed, p 100 lb 1.30 Corn meal, family, 100 lb 1.50 Chop feed, pure grain. 1.35 Oats .52 Corn, shelled .70 lluckwheat flour, 1 lb .03 Beans $ bushel 3.OP Ham, sugar cured .10 Bacon, sugar cured .16 Shoulders .10 Salt Pork, i lb .14 Whitefish kit .70 Sugar fij.0 Syrup 35fo .50 N. O. Molasses .35 .50 Cotlee, Roast Rio 12jl5 Coffee, blended Java .20 Tea ,35 .60 Butter .15 Rice 05fJ.0N Eggs, fresh .(.20 Salt $ barrel 1.25 Lard .15 Potatoes, bushel .75 Potatoes, sweet, f t .05 Limep barrel U01.00 Nails & keg 2.75 mm n Horses ! Two Car Loads! Of drivers. General business, Mated teams and Draught Horses, at Brook ville Fair. Will be there on exhi bition Fair week. Must lie sold. Don't ruiss this great opportunity to buy a good horse. All stock guar anteed as represented. (JHAM SIIlSTi;iC. Boys' uits. 2 ami 3 IMeee Nulls for boys from II to 15 years of ago. Mude with Knro Trousers and Jlandduff ely Trimmed. PrlrvN $1.50 (o $5.00 SCHOOL SOON OPENS better attoud to your boy's nutHt now. G.W.H1I & SON. THE OIL CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE. FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. I. This School has a fine equipment of new lleiii ingtoii iiihI .S mi Ih Premier Typewriting machines. School ia uoue od fur . . you tn attend witiri: fou minis. E. R. WELCH, Principal. SCHOOL 1 ah a 1IAVKX, IA.t J. li. FLICKING ER, Principal. FALL TERM OPENS SEPT.. 7, 1903. This high grade traioiog school for teachers was never in better enndi lion than now. The enrollment last year exceeded ix hundred. Biolog ical and chemical labrutories have recently been added. Fine gymnasi um aud athletic field. Sanitary con ditions unexcelled. A lare (acuity of trained specialists. The school also contains a college preparatory department, business department and departments of elocution and music. Tne expenses are lower than those of any other institution of equal rank. Address for catalogue, the Principal. Administratrix Notice. Letters of administration having been granted to the undersigned in the eMate of Agnes Steele, late of Harnett town ship, dec-caned, all perxons indebted will make immediate payment, and those having claim to present thn t-amo with out delay, to KVANOKLINK BnADtN, Administratrix. Clarington, Pa., July 14. 1003. U IHvorec A'oliee. Verna Rorh, ) No. 10, Feb. Term, Libelant, 10o;. vs. f PI u res Milo Ros, Hubpipna HeHpondent. J in Divorce. FOREST COUNTY, ss. The Commonwealth of rcnnxitvania to the Sheriff of said County, GREETISU : Whereas, Verna Ross did, on the 17th day of January, 100.1, preler her petition to our said Judges of the said Couit ol Common Pla lor said County, praying for the causes therin set forth, that she might be diverced from the bond of mat rimony entered into with you, Milo Hohs. We, therfore, command you, the said Milo Ross, that, setting aside all other bus net8 and exciwes whatsoever, you be and appear in your proper person before our Judges at Tionesta, at a Court ot Com mon Pleas there to be heid for the Coun ty of Forest on the 4th Monday of Sep tember, I'MX to answer the petition or Jibe I of the said Vorna Ross, and to show cause, if any you have, why the said Verna Ross your wife, should not be divorce i from the bonds of matrimony, agreeatily to the Acts of Assembly in such case made and provided. Herein fail not. Witness the Hon. W. M, Lindsey, President of our said Court, at Tionesta, the 5th day of Auuust, 100'i. J. C. UKisT. Prothonotary.a To Milo Ilox : You are hereby notified to appear bo fore the Honorable Judgea ol the Court ol Common Pleas, at Tionesta, Pa., on the fourth Monday of September next, lo answer as set forth in above supcoeiiH. iKo. W. Nobi.it, Hlieritl. August 11, I'.Kll. Wanted-An Idea Who can thtnk of some m in pie thliiif tit iibUmiL? rrr'ect your larai: inT may itrlnic y'U wenlth. WrlM JOHS WKbDKKIiL'KN '., J'nUnt AttoF neyi, Wanbtngton, D. i,1or thlr prise otlof Aud lint at (wo bundrtxl invenUouit wauled. 1 o kjure a Loses m One Day Tcke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, js m A Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 Something R1 There is "something doing at this popular store these zii waitndays. Low Prices is the disturbing demerit and the effect it is having od our stock of Summer Good, j) is no lesa thau marvelous. We do not wait (or the ad- vent of cold weather before we reduce the prices, but do it ltlght Xoh Iii the Hot Season, when such jijj goods will be of Real Benefit to Y-u. All our line of beautiful Lawns, Batistes Organzines, Hulls, Silk Mus- litis, Diniitie-., Ac, &o , have been MARKED DOWN j! to almost ONE-HALF can havo uo more room here, they're vours ior almost the 4 asking. JIILV.S NTll.tW H ITS, Tiu.iii i oiniui rum:. It will pay you to step in and take a peep. I HEATH 1 AO. A. Watnb Cook, President. F0KEST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, Collections remitted for on day of pr.yment at low rates. We promise our custom era all the benoflts consistent with conservative b king, lntorost psid on time deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. THE CLARION STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Furnishes Profest-ioDal Training for Teachers, Prepares Young People for College, aud Offers Excellent Facilities for General Education. FUEK Tl!ITIO for Prospective Teacher?. Board, Room Ilect. Jaud Laundry for Fall Term of Hi weeks, 84!) .00. FALL-TERM OPENS SEPT. 7. For further particulars call on or address SAMUEL WEIR, Ph. D .Prin., Clarion, Pa, Ssvsn Millions have been sold since 1853. Their reputation has gone ail around the world. The merits of the J&3. Eos ;r Bass have created the largest Watch Case factory on the globe, now making 5000 cases daily. This trade-mark in a Watch Case identifies "the best there is." We sell the Jas. Boss case in knowledge of its superiority. We can put any kind of movement you want in a ISOSS CASK, but recommend our special make of ILLINOIS AND HAMILTON movements. For finish, strength, quality and time, they can't be beat. Matt vjarFmrz The LEADING JEWELER 32 SKNKCA St.. Oil, CI1 Y, IA. THE OLD RELIABLE TIONESTA, - PENN. S. S. CANFIELD, PROPRIETOR. Oood Stock, (lood Carriages and Bug gies to let upon the most reasonable terms, lie will also do CTOZB TELniTO- All orders left at the Post Ollice wil receive prompt attention. months. This signature, LIVERY STABLE, OF Boins Here 1 Pl & FEIT. I HO.tS. A.B.Kelly. Cashier. Wm, Smkarbauoh, Vice Presiden NATIONAL KANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 50.000. DIRECTORS Q. W. Robinson, Win. Smearbaugh, T. F. Kltohey. J. T. Dale, J. II. Kelly. SHEFFIELD & TIONESTA 1MILWAY. TIlCB TABLE To Take KfTect July (ith, 1J03. N OUT II 3 I 1 7 I Eastern Time NoU'l'll Stations I 'I I p. Ill . in Leave Arrive p. 111. p.ni 7 (M Nebraska 6 51) 7 3(1 7 0' Hoys K1111 Lamentation' Newtown Mills Kellettville Murk Mills May burg I'orkey M blister Wellers Hastings 11 1 tie Jav Henry's Mill Ibirnes ,li 3D 'a 20 ii i j 1 (Ml (I IN) 12 4.5.5 50 12 35 5 41) 12 l(l.- iU 12 05 5 25 II 1W 5 ; II 40 ft 10 II 30 4 55 , II 00 4 40 10 40 4 25 10 311,4 15 7 4." 1 4.VS (Ml1 1 fiiiS 15 2 0.) M ..') 2 -20 S 4ll 2 a.r K 4.") i :io a .re 2 40 ! (Ml 2 55 ! I.rt a 10 an 3 25 t 60 3 4." IOW Shelliuld p. in a. m Arrive Leave. 1n.lp.1n T. D. COLLINS, I'iikhidknt. lennsylvania irYlLltOAl). BUFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking effect. June 1st, 1903. No. 30 RutTalo Express, daily except Sunday 1107: a. m. No. 32 Oil City and Piitsburg Ext ress.daily.except Hundav..7:17 p.m. No. :30 Oil City Acem.,Suii-' day only 9;50 a. m. No. 11:32 Oil City Accnm., Sun day only 8;27 p. m. For Hickory.TidiouU), Warren, Klu7.ua, Bradford, Olean and the East : No. 31 Olean Express, daily except Sunday 8:51 a. 111. No. 33 I'itUbi'irg Express, daily oxcept Sunday 4:45 p. in. No. 0,33, Irvinetoti Accom., Sunday only 2:45 p.m. For Time Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent. W. V. ATIEKHUKY, J. h. WOOD. General Maunder. Passenger Tralllc Mgr. UEO. II. BOYD, Cien l Pas-enger Agt. A.C.UREY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. Hear of Hotel Weaver TIOITESTA, IP.A. Telephone ,o. SO. 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