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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. E. wCNK, - Editor 4 PnomicTon. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26. 1903. 1903 AUGUST 1903 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. ZZZZZZj AAAAAAA 9 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 g -Si- 25 26 27 28 29 MOON'S PHASES. 8 t 54 a. m. New M.-Kin 22 p. m. 16 J Quarter 29 3:34 p. m. Republican Ticket. KTATE. Slate Treasurer Viti. L. MATHUES, Delaware County. Auditor Gentral-WM. P. SNYDER, Chester County. Superior CottrtJudgcs-JOHSJ. 1IEN PEKSON, Crawlord County; THOMAS A. MORRISON. McKean County. tOL'.NTV. District Attorneys. D. IRWIN. Corotur -Dr. J. W. MORROW. Attention ! All Republican voters should remem ber that the last days tor registration of voters are September 1st and 2d Tues day and Wednesday, and that Saturday, Oct. 3d is the last day for payment of taxes in order to vote at the next elec tion, Nov. :id, which mtiHt he assessed two months before election. Oo to the polling places and see if your Dame is on the registry list. It is estimated that hair a million peo ple in New York city are awake and en gaged, legitimately or otherwise, all night long. Tammany is raising a f 1,0(10,000 cam paign fund, which Is a mere bagatelle compared with what the tenderloin ex pected. Thk pros and cons of calling the extra session to convene in October are being discussed with unusual interest in Wash ington, The Reliance yesterdsy won the sec ond race for the cup, beating Shamrock III by 1 minute and I'.t seconds. Close business that. Joseph Pulitzer has given two mil lion dollars to found a school of Journal is n. Mr. Pulitzer's paper should profit by a good school. Street railways have more than doubled tlieir tralllo, nearly trebled their milage and increased their capitalization fivefold since lH'.H). The effort to manoevure a fleet of war ships in the comparatively narrow Long Island Sound resulted in the raining of one of the torpedo destroyers. Senator Oorman's views on a Demo cratic platform are said to be too mild. Don't shoot ; the Maryland man is doing the best he can without an issue. Kino Alfonso of Spain, the puny child of a sickly father, is reported to be In declining health. A Spanish republic is one of the reasonable probabilities of the future. Southern Europe deserves to be called the dark and bloody ground of the world's map. Massacres and assassl na tions are always going on somewhere In that region. Vice Admiral Cervera has resigned as chief of staff of the Spanish navy. The valiant and chivalrio commander of the fleet at Santiago should visit the World's Fair. He will be welcome anywhere in the United States. That representative of King Melenek who came to this country to find an ex pert to run the national mint has dis covered that there are nearly 400 persons who are qualified by experience to make and shove the queer. Gov. Tavlor was deliberately robbed of the office to which he was elected in Kentucky. The perjury of the scheme is still oozing out in trials and retrials that are not allowed to establish anv facts the Uoebelites consider unacceptable. A Canadian revenue cutter on Lake Erie fired many shots at a poaching American fiishing tug without sending it to the bottom. Fishermen should avoid such scrapes, even if the Canuck men behind the gun are out of practice. A French feminine writer suggests that every couple before marriage fliould be compelled to iusure the future of their children at a rate of not less than one cent a day. The lady fails to suggest tor how many children the couple should in sure. The Insular Bureau has discovered that the Jesuits established a complete uieterologieal observatory in the Philip pines 'o 1S05 and have kept accurate and invaluable records ever since. The re sume of these observations compiled by Dr. Algen, S. J ., has just been published by the War Department. People who are clamoring for a re vision ol the present tariff should reflect that thirteen of the leading nationsof the world protested against the present tariff when it was adopted in 18fi7, yet from 1WS to l'.t02, there has been an increase in our total imports from those countries of 108.000,000, or sIhjui 75 per cent. Those people who assume that the re jection of the Panama cannl treaty by the Columbian Senate means tho abso lute defeat of the convention have not given sufficient study to the Columbian constitution. In Columbia the Senate is no more powerful than the House and it may be compiled to reconsider its vote. When the resolution against the "Press Muzzle" is being vociferously passed by the coming State convention of our Dem ocralic friends, it will be in order for one of the fiery delegates to ris to a point of order and ask why State Chairman, J. K P. Hall sat silent in bis seat, while the vote on that measure was being taken. Government crop reports show an es timated yield this year of 2,047,000,000 bushels of corn, TGo.OoO.ooO bushels of oat and 030,000,000 bushels of wheat. These figures are below those of last year, but still large enough to base upon thorn further continuance of our national pros perity. The crops are above the average all over the country. Oir Congressman, Hon. J. C. Sibley, is now the ranking member of the Com mittee on Postoffices and Post roads, and is in line to le named by the new Speak er next December as Chairman of that commiitee, which would be one of the most important of all Chairmanships. And the Speaker has been spending some of bis summer vacation aa the guest of Mr. Sibley. FlFTV-THRKK foreign nations have ac cepted the Invitations to makeexhibits at the St. Ijouis Exposition. Forty-two countries having appropriated sums ag- gregrting f (,339,600 to defray the expen ses of their exhibits. Eleven countries which have accepted the invitation to ex hibit have not made their appropriation and fourteen countries are still to be heard from. After all, (he race suicide to which President Roosevelt objects is not a rea sonable limit on the families o' the poor but the unreasonable limit placed on the families of the rich and comfortably oil". The lone pampered darling of tho man whose inoome could easily furnish edu cational and other advantages to seven or eight children, and the two children of the man could easily afford to raise and edu cate four, constitute menace to the future of the country. That was a notable ruling made by President Roosevelt recently, in which he declares that, while government em ployes have the right to join any labor union they wish, the local rule of that union shall not have control over gov ernmental business. This is sense, and the ruling will receivo the cordial endor sement of all classes of workers the whole country over, as It guarantees to all worthy workmen the right to be judged by the skill of their hands and Dot by the doubtful fact ofsimnly being a member of some labor organization. A barefaced attempt is being made by the political enemies of President Roose velt to make it appear to the general pub lic, and particularly to the friends of trades unions, that he is opposed to union labor. Of course, there is no ground for such a charge. The President is patriot ic and democratic. He has shown as much regard for labor as probably any President who ever preceded him. No man holding the prejudice attributed to him by his antagonists In this connec tion would have done wbat Mr. Roose velt did at the time of the anthracite strike. He intervened between the strik ers and the coal operators, although pow erful influences warned him that his ac tion was unprecedented and they would not hold such intorference lightly. His intervention displayed friendship for the laborers in the anthracite mines of a very courageous sort. It forced an arbitra tion, and practically won the great strike lor the men. Labor, whether organized or unorganized, io not likeiy to forget what the President did in the rase. He manfully refuses, it is true, to say that labor unions can do no wrong; but the best element in the unions will only ad mire him, and believe in him, all the more on this account. They understand the infill' noes that are seeking bis politi cal downfall, and will refuse to be trap ped into taking a false band in the game. -Oil Citv Blizzard. Opportunities for Bright Yonnir Women. The Philadelphia School for Nurses in alliance with the American National Red Cross has undei taken to train a sufficient number of young women who shall be subject to the call of the Red Cross or the government for prompt nursing service in the event of national calamities or in case of war. Co-incident with this plan an effort will be made to carry nursing skill and hos pital knowledge into small towns and ru ral districts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland, by taking some of their young women and training them in this science. This will secure the requisite number of nurses for Red Cross work. It will give a means of livelihood to large numbers of most excellent and de serving young womeu who have but few opportunities, and at the same time it will benefit thousands of homes by the spread of this knowledge. Every village and township iu nearby States may ultimately be reached and helped in this way. The undertaking involves the expen diture of large sums of money, but weal thy and influential men and women in the four states named stand ready to car ry the plan to fruition. One hundred thousand dollars bas al ready been guaranteed and more funds are assured. Any young woman who aspires to Red Cross membership or to nursing service in aoy capacity can get full information by addressing The Philadelphia School for Nurses, Witherspoon Building, Phil adelphia, Pa. T he movement is designed especially to benefit young womeu in small towns and rural communities. Cm nrrh ('annul lie Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional diseaso, and in order to cure it you must take in ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure i 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 I, est tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers) acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combi nation of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Nend for testimonials fre. F. J. CHENEY iV Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by drugging, price 7;V Hall's Family Pills are tho best. National (.. A. It. Offlcfnt. The Grand Army of the Republic at its business meeting in San Francisco last week elected the following officers: Commander-in-Chief. Geceral Jobu C, Black, of Illinois; Senior Vice Comman der, Colonel C. Mason Keeue, of Califor nia; Juuii.r Vice Commander, Colonel Harry Kcssler, of Montana; Surgeon-in-Chief, George A. Ilarinou.of Ohio; Chap- lain-in-Chlef, Winfield Scott, of Arizona. The Woman's Relief Corps selected the following officers : National President, Sarah Winans, of Ohio; Senior Vice Commander, Ursula M. Mattison, of Washington. Boston was selected as the place in wi.b.'h the encampment of 1001 will be held. Dancing .Not Fashionable The young people who indulge iu the dizzy walla will hear with interest that the beads of Washington and New York society have declared that sitting nut a waltz will be more fashionable from now on than dancing. The only difference is you sit instead of dance. The man' right arm Is around the girl's waist while bis left holds ber right. Her left hand Is placed on his shoulder while her head rests lovingly on bis bo som, and all they have to do is sit aud listen to the music. Now that's something like it. We have always regarded it as a nuisance to gallop a mile or two to get a hug or two, A room full of people sitting around on sofas hugging to music is more to our notion. This will give the old, rheumaticky brethren another chance to waltz, and while many a man may lose his appe tite to dance, be has to gel powerful old before be loses his appetite for hugging a pretty girl. Ex. IV. C. T. U. Officers Llictcd. Tne Tionesta W. C. T. U. met on Tues day evening, Aug. 11, and elected the fol lowing officers and superintendents for the ensuing year. President, Mrs. S. M. Sharpe; Vice Presidents, Mrs. J. II. Derickson and Mrs. M. E. Abbot; Treasurer, Mrs. S. D. Irwin; Recording Secretary, Mrs. J. A. Adams; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. J. B. Hagerty. Superintendents; Evangelistic, Mrs. A. B. Kelly; Sabbath Observance, Mrs. James Haslet; Sabbath School Work, Mrs. Joseph C. Clark; Prison, Jail and County Home Work, Mrs. Angus Car son ; Railroad, Mrs. John Carson; Lum berman, Mrs. Georgo Watson; Social Work, Mrs. L. J. Hopkins; Mother's Meetings, Mrs. G. Watson; Scientific Temperance Instruction and Mercy, Miss Nancy Morrow; Franchise, Mrs. Dor icks n; Press Work, Mrs. J. A. Adams; Unfermented Wine, Mrs. J. G. Dale; Narcotics, Mrs. J. Noble; Soldiers and Sailors, Mrs. T. Maze. Delegates to the County Convention, Mrs. Hagerty and Mrs. James Muse; Alternates, Mrs. Jos. Morgan and Mrs. L. J. Hopkins. Letter to Herman Itlum. Tionesta, Pa. Dear Sir: Messrt. Leachman and Ed elln, Grafton, W. Va., had been selling a paiut, which they thought well ol; and this bad occurred. They bad sold a customer 18 gallons of It to paint bis house. A few years later, the; sold the same man Devoo lead-and- nc the same number of gallons to paint the tame bouse. He had 7 gallons left. The point of the tale is : ligations De voe paints an 18-gallon house. Of course that Isn't all. Why does 11 gallons Devoe go as far as 18 gallons of other paint? Because It is all paint, all true, no sham, and full measure. But that isn't all, Devoe lasts longer. No, no ; you haven't got to wait ten years to find that out. Ten thousand peo ple know it. We've got their names. Our agents know them ; they think a heap of Devoe. There's no difficulty in show ing your townspeople what to expect of Devoe. f 10 will paint a $15 bouse; and the painl'II last twice as long. Yours truly, F. W. Devoe & Co., 3 New York. P. S. Jas D. Davis sells our paint Cream of the News. A lie made out of whole cloth is a suit that is claimed to fit and doesn't. See the great line of new shoes at Hopkins' store. It The hunt for prosperity and pleasure proceeds in different directions. The White Star can always be count ed on to have the best line of groceries. Never any stalo goods, and always sold at the lowest figures. It Don't overlook the fact that Wednes day, Sept. 2d, is the last day for register ing if you wish to vote this fall. The Blucher $4 patent colt skin shoe is the most stylish loot wear for men now on the market. Guaranteed not to crack. See them at Hopkins'. it Family skeletons should be dusted in private. The meanest woman has some good spot in her heart; Try and find it. The Douglas shoe still stauds without a peer. Hopkins is the sole dealer in this town and has a fii'e new line of them just in. it The woman who never admires oth ers is rarely admired herself. 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 -Tho man who emphatically Jeclares that be cannot tolerate flattery U gener ally the one most susceptible lo It. A large Invoice of the famous Stroot man shoe for ladies is now in at Hop kins' and it will pay you to see them. None finer. it It is well occasionally to put yourself in someone else's place, even if you prove aoor fit. New fall and winter bats for gentle men have just arrived at the Hopkins store, and before making your selection of a new bat call and see them. it A woman who has never shed a tear on account of a man bas yet to under stand love. A defective stomach keeps more peo ple awake at night than does a guilty conscience. Savburg. James Brown and family are moving into the L. R. Brennan bouse. Mr. Brennsn moved to Warren to work for the Wilberine Pipe Line. Mrs. L. D. Smith and one of the chil dren are sick at the lioarding bouse. Clark Steel is better and around town, but his wife is down with fever. The baby born lo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wyncoop died on Wednesday afternoon and was buried at Town Line church Thursday Services were held at the bouse and at the gra' e by Rev. Win, Richards. Mrs. Wyncoop is still bedfast, but recovering slowly. Camp meeting folks return and report a wonderful meeting at Pleasantville. At Buck Mills last week a car loaded with lumber dropped through the rail road bridge. Fortunately It dropped on the pier so that the damage was early re paired. Thirty feet more aud it would have dropped clean through lo the creek. Firoat the Watson Lands Lumber Co. boiler house! Toot, toot, toot! Hurry, boys! Men running In evory direction with pails, but it was of short duration, the hose did the work, and the shavings, sawdust, etc., on top uf the boiler were wet down and fire put out. Mill did not stop. Jos. Richards, Nellie, bis wife, and Ralph, came up from Nebraska over Sunday and slopped with the old folks. Miss Luie Richards returned from the lakes ou Sunday. More. Anon. Annnnl l.ow-ltiilf Exnirsimi lo Kliiftnm Falls mid Toronto Fnir. . On Tuesday, September 1, 1003, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will run a special excursion to Niagara Falls and Toronto on account of the Toronto Fair. Special train will be run on the following schedule and tickets will be sold at rates quoted : . Kates , To Niagara Train Falls To Toronto Leave, and return, and return. Tidioute 6:30 A. M. 2.o0 ft. 00 Hickory fi:4." ' 1M 4.00 Tionesta 7:00 ' 2.60 4.00 Oil City 7:45 " 2.50 4.00 Titusvt!le8:25 " 2.25 3.75 Buffalo Ar.l2:15 P.M Falls " 1:15 " Lewist'n" 1:45 " Toronto " 4:30 " Children between 5 and 12 years of age, half rate. Returning special train will leave Ni agara Falls 8:00 p. m., Buffalo 9:00 p. tn. September 1, running to Tidioute. Niagara Falls tickets will be accepted for passage going and returning on spec ial train September 1, also for return pas sage on all regular trains September 2. Toronto tickets will he accepted for passage going on special train September 1, and for return passage on all regular steamers and trains on or before Septem ber 5, Five steamers leave Toronto daily ex cept Sunday, via Niagara River Lino, for Lewiston, where direct connections are made witb New York Central and Hud son River Railroad trains for Niagara Falls and Bullalo. Toronto tickets will be good lor stop-over at Niagara Falls and Buffalo on return passage within final limit. Tickets sold at above rates not good in Pullman sleeping or parlor cars. It MOTHER ENDS LIVES OF GIRLS. Without Food or Home She Turns On Illuminating Gas. Philadelphia ,Aug. 24. Two chil dren were killed by inhaling Illuminat ing gas early Saturday. The dead children are Clara and Bertha Roder. Their mother and two other children are In a dangerous condition. Mrs. Roder said she had attempted to mur der her children and commit suicide. She locked herself and children In a room and turned on the gas, but be fore all were dead the husband reached home. The woman gave as a reason that her husband, who Is a textile striker, wa3 without money and that the family, who were without food, would have been f-r-e.l fo vie-'- "ii- nrme. TIONESTA MA11KET8 CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY, BY RELIABLE DEALERS. Flour 'jS sack 1.00(3)1.35 Corn meal, feed, $ 100 ft.. 1.30 Corn meal, family, W J00 lb 1.50 Chop feed, pure grain 1.35 Oats .52 Corn, shelled .70 Hnck wheat flour, i lb .03 Beans bushel 3.0P Ham, sugar cured .16 Bacon, sugar cured .16 Shoulders .10 Salt Pork, Ih .14 Wtiitolish W kit .70 Sugar 5J.06 Syrup 35 .50 in. u. molasses , ,8.va .50 Coffee, Roast Rio 12JI5 Coiree, blended Java .20 Tea .35 .50 Butter .15 Rice 05. 08 Eggs, fresh .. .(.20 Salt$ barrel 1.25 Liard .15 Potatoes, $ bushel, .75 Potatoes, sweet, "f Hi .05 Lime IS barrel 00(31.00 Nails keg 2.75 Horses ! Horses ! Two Car Loads I Of drivers. General business, Mated teams and Draught Hordes, at Brook ville Fair. Will be there on exhi bition Fair week. Must be sold. Dod'1 miss this great opportunity to buy a good horce. All stock guar anteed as represented. ;it am siiisti:k. Boys nits. 2 and 3 Piece Nulls for boys frou 3 lo 15 years of age. Made with Kate Trousers and Handsotrely Trimmed. Prices $1.50 to $5.00 SCHOOL SOON OPENS better attend to your boy's outfit now. THE OIL CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE. FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. I. This School lias a due equipment of new Itein iiiKton and Smith Premier Typewriting machines. School is none loo good for . , you to attend. WHITE I ok Ti:inis. E. R. WELCH, Principal. LOCK IIAVIitf, PA., J. H. FLICK1NGER, Principal. FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 7, 1903. This high grade training school for teachers was never in better enndi tion thau now. The enrollment last year exceeded six hundred. Biolog ical and chemical lahratories have recently been added. Fine gymnasi um and athletic field. Sanitary con ditions unexcelled. A large faculty of trained specialists. The school also coutains a college preparatory department, business department aod departments of elocution and music. Tne expenses are lower thau 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 estate or Agnes Steele, late of Barnett town ship, deeeased, all persons indebted will make immediate payment, and those having claims to present tho same with out delay, to Evangeline Bradln, Administratrix. Clarlngton, Pa., July 14. W03. 4t Divorce Xotiee. Vorna Ross, ) No. 1!), Feb. Term, Libelant, I 1003. vs. f Plures Milo Ross, iStilijHona Respondent. J in Divorce. FOREST COUNTY, ss. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the Sheriff of said County, URKETIXU : Whereas, Verna Ross did, on the 17lh day of January, 1003, prefer her petition to our said juuges oi me saiu Uourt of Common Plas for said County, praying for the causes therin set forth, that she might be diverged from the bonds of mat rimony entered into with you, Milo Ross. . We, tlierfore, command you, the said Milo Ross, that, setting asido all other business and excuses whatsoever, you be nnd appear in your proper person before our Judges at Tionesla.st a Court nl Com mon rieas there to be beid for the Coun ty of Forest on the 4th Monday of Sep tember, 1903, to answer the petition or libel of the said Vorna Ross, and to show eause, if any you have, why the said Verna Ross your wife, should not be divorced from the bonds of matrimony, agreeably to the Acts of Assembly In such case made and provided. Herein fail not. Witness the Hon. W, M, Llndsey, Fresident of our said Court, at Tionesta, the 5th day of August, 1903. J. C. Ukist, 1'rothonotary.rj To Milo 'M : You are hereby uoti fieri to appear be fore the Honorable Judges of the Court of Common PIhbs, at Tionesta, Pa., on the fourth Monday of September next, lo answer as set forth in above suproena. Oko. W. Noblit, Suerill-. August 11, 190:l. Wanted-An Idea Who can think of some Impie ttilntr tn natnt? Prefect your !dM; ther may brlmr you wealth. Wrlw JOHN WKUDEKliURN ft CO., Patent Attn neya. WaMhington, D. C.(fr their tl.Hii prlto ofTor wi um oi (ho uuuureu iutcuiiouji wauieo. . w ....i.!. HJiOBlON laxe L-axauve m uiiio umine Tablets. Seven Million boxes sold In post 12 months. ThlS Signature. Something1 There is "something doing at this ptqular store these waim days. Low Prices is the disturbing element and the effect it is having uo our stock of Summer Goods, is no less than marvelous. We do not wait fur the ad vent of cold weather before we reduce the prices, but do it Ilight Sow in the Hot .Season, wbeu such goods will be of Real Benefit to Y-u. All our line of beautiful Lawns, Batistes Organzines, Mulls, Bilk Mus lius, Diiuitiei, &c, &c , have been MARKED DOWN to almost ONE-HALF can have uo more room here, they're yours lor almost the asking. ME.'S 8T11AW If ATS, 1-2 THEIR FOIUIEIl 111 H i:. It will pay you to step in and take a peep. HEATH MO. A. Waynbs Cook, President. A. B. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, Collections remitted for on day of pr.ymeut at low rates. We promise our custom era all the benefits consistent with conservative b king. Interest psid on time deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. THE CLARION STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Furnishes Professional Trainiog fur Teachers, Prepares Young People for College, aud Offers Excelleut Facilities for General ' Education. FREE TUITION for Prospective Teachers. Board, Room Rent. and Laundry for Fall Term of 1G weeks, $40.00. FALL'TERM OPENS SEPT. 7. For further particulars call on or address SAMUEL WEIR, Ph.D .Prin., Clarion, Pa. mm Millions have been sold since 1853. Their reputation has gone all around the world. The merits of the 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 IIOSS CASE, but recommend our special make of ILLINOIS AND HAMILTON movements. For finish, strength, quality aud time, they can't be beat. Mm vetFite9 The LEADING JEWELER 32 SENECA St.. OIL CI I Y, PA. THE OLD RELIABLE LIVERY STABLE, OF TIONESTA. - PENN. S. S. CANFIELD, PROPRIETOR. Good Stock, Good Carriages and Bug fies to let 11 pon the most reasonable terms. Ie will also do JOB TEIMZIZN-Q- All ordors left at tho Post Olliee wil receive prompt attention. 1 To Cure a Cold in One Bay 71 y Bolm Here I &FEIT. 5038. Kellt. Cashier. Wm, Smkarbaugh, Vice Presldori NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 850.000. DIRECTORS Q. W. Robinson, Wm. Smoarbaugb, T. F. Rltchey. J. T. Dale, J. II. Kelly. SHEFFIfiLD & TIONESTA RAILWAY. TIUVCIE TABLE To Take Effect July 0th, 1903. NORTH I Eastern Tim. SOUTH 3 I 1 ! Stations 2 I 4 p. m a. m Leave Arrive Nebraska Koss It tin Lamentation' Newtown Mills Kellettvllle Hnek Mills Mayburg Porkey M mister VVellers Hastings Blue Jay Henry's Mill llarnes Suellteld Arrive Leave p. iii.lp. 111 50 30 20 15 00 60 40 10 25 20 10 65 40 25 15 n 7 00 i7 30 1: 6 (i 0 II 7 40 7 4.-. 1 4.V8 (K) 1 65 8 151 2 05 8 25 1 00 6 12 45:5 12 35 2 20 8 40 2 25 8 45 12 10 12 05 11 65 11 40 It 30 11 00 10 40 10 30 a. m. 2 30.8 5(. 2 40 !) 00 2 65.9 15 3 10 !) 30 3 25 !) 50 3 45 1000 p. in a. m T. D. COLLINS, President. lennsylvania ltA.ILItXA.r. BUFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking effect, June 1st, 1903. No. 30 Buffalo Express, daily except Sunday 1107: a. in. No. 32 Oil City and Pittsburg Exrress.daily.exccpt Sundav..7:17 p.m. No. 9:30 Oil City Accom.,Suii-" day only 9:50 a. ill. No. 9:32 Oil City Accom., Sun day only 8:27 p.m. For Hiekory.Tidioute, Warren, Kinzua, Bradford, Olean and the East : No. 31 Olean Express, daily except Sunday 8:51 a. 111. No. 33 Pittsburg Express, daily exoopt Sunday 4:45 p. m. No. 0,33, Irvineton Accoui., Sunday only 2:45 p.m. For Time Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent. W. A. ATTEKBUKY, J.R.WOOD. General Manager. Passenger Trallic Mgr. GEO. H. BOYD, Gen'l Passenger Agt. A. C. UREY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. Hear of Hotel Weaver TIOITESTA, IPA.. Telephone Xo. 20. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS 5XiKA 00 v Safe. Alwny fllnhlp. l.nll, ask r)rt?tiit fot uln li),'ln7TTi: I)i)yii- U.AI...1 win. kin.. tiro Him ,. , '"- "VA--,-., iM-mflj Willi DIIIU riDIKlll. . .? "miT. icwiim dntlKfniHH HUlMll. lUlllllllMnil I ... 1 .... 1 ij r. - . ... .... ... , ni.ini! ,(ir raniramr miluL uml 'Itflirr r,i . Troll. liy r,'liirii Hull. 10.OOI) Temluiunial. nil Imii'Klsts. ' III Irllrr, Hold by CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO. 8100 Maillaun femurr, IMII1.A., Mention tbli impart , PA. (V& on every Mm if