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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, Editor ft Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1004. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tkrms Congress, t'JO. Assembly, fl-, Associate Jnugo, f 12. County Treasurer, 10. National Delegate. 5. 'State Dels gate, $". The paxli must invariably ac company the order tor announcement. Primaries Saturday, March lfl, 1001. CONGRESS. Please annmice that I will be a candi date lor Representative in Cone rem, sub ject to the decision of the Republican electors of the 2Kth Congressional Dis trict. JOSEPH C. SIBLEY; ASSEMBLY. Wa are authorized to announce JOHN II. ROBERTSON, of TioneKta. as a can diilate lor Assembly, subject to Republi can usages. We are authorized toannunce JAMES I). DAVIS, of Tionnsta, as a candidate fir Assembly, subject to Republican usages. ASSOCIATE JUDGE. We are authorized to announce S. S. CAN FIELD, of Tionesta, as a candidate for Associate Judge, subject to Republi can usages. We are authorized to announce II. E. MOODY, of Tionesta, as a candidate for Associate Judge, suoject to Republican u sagos. COUNTY TREASURER. We are are authorized to announce WM. H. HARRISON, of Green town shin, as a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to Republican usages. We are authorizes to announce W. C. BROWN, of Jetiks township, as a candi date lor Comity Treasurer, subject to Re publican usages. STATE DELEGATE. We are authorized to annonnce M. E. ABBOTT, of Tionesta, as a candidate for Delegate to the Republican Slate Con vention, to be held April 0th. Republican County Committee Meeting. The members of the Republican Coun ty Committee of Forest County are re quested to meet at the rooms of the Re publican headquarters, in Tionesta on Monday evening, February 22, 1901, for the purpose of fixing places for holding the Republican primaries ou the l'Jlh day of March next, and for the transaction oj such other business as may be drought before it. A full attendance is desired. Gko. W. Osgood, Chairman. J. T. Dalk, Secretary. Cotton is very inllamable. A good many who handled It last week got BingeJ. Tuk Japanese language contains no cuss words whatever. But it probably will iu a week or two. Senator Scott, of West Virginia, pro poses as a ticket for the Chicago conven tion, Roosevelt and Elkins. Thai's a good one. TitEl'.K are thirty-four Democratic can didates iu the field up to the present time. Tin rd ought to be some sort of a political sieve to separate the little nuggets from those not quite so big. The Chicago Coliseum where the Re publican national convention will be held, June 21, will seat 10,000 people. Some -30 desks for newspaper men will bi grouped in a somi-circle around .the platfjrm. From beiug a side-splitting joke to the Democrats, the Hearst boom has become a great mystery. His personal clubs say that the yellow newspaper man is out for business. He will shortly be out of bus iness, politically at least. Senator Ccli.o.m desi res a vote on the Panama treaty in the Senate within the next fortnight. His desires are likely to lie gratified, as nearly all the Panama ammunition has been fired off and the air is full of smoke and various mepbitio odors. Senator Gohman's relations with I sa rtor Rayner, the new Maryland Senator, are very much strained. His presiden tial boom has become considerably weak ened from the great strain upon it, the high wind blowing from an unexpected quarter. President Roonkvklt does not care for a nomination if it merely comes as a "thank (.tiering" from Federal function aries. It is announced that ofllce-hold-ers in the classified list, i. e. clerks, will not be permitted to take part in the nom inating convention. The convention of Republican editors in Washington on the 5th was addressed by the President. He reminded the edi tors of their tremendous responsibility for rightly influencing the people. What we need, said the Presideut, "is simply to have the exact truth told." In spite of cynics and pessimists the President believes that we can start dig ging the Panama canal within six months. " 'Tis grand to grapple such a task, To gird the Titan with a girth, To send our navies beating through The giant breast-boue ol the earth." The terrible Baltimore conflagration has left two lessons behind it; first, all overhead wires that are deadly to the touch must be carried underground; sec ond, steel and brick must more and more supersede wood and stone. Of the latter, sandstone is stronger than limestone or granite. Now that a fourteen-story building has burned the problem of sky scrapers comes up again tor solution. "I tuougl.t you said this building was fire proof," said a tenaut to the owner. "I did. It was fire-proof but not liell-fire- iiuui. mis seems to condition in Baltimore. have been the The little Japs are as devoted as they are lively. A writer in Yokohoma says, never will a Japanese ship, high or low, go into port as a prize. When the turrets are jammed and the big guns dumb, when the screws are still and all defense is dead and done, the men chosen by lot before the beginning of return, will form their station in the heart of the ship, per forin the last full measure of devotion in exploding the magazines, and the 10' petaled chrysanthemum on the imperial standard will go deep down in a water of blood and steam and smoke till, "streak od with ash and sleeked with oil, the lukewarm whirlpools close." Pretty hard to whip that kind ol chaps. Senator Hamm Dead. The nation mourrs to-day; the people are bowed in sorrow for the loss ol a great man. The death of Seuaior Uanna has cast a pall over the country such as the taking of but one other of the nation's Illustrious citizens could do at this time, It falls to the lot of but lew men to be so interwoven in the minds and hearts ol their fellow countrymen as has been the fortune of the one who has Just passed over. The daily reports from the bed side of a beloved chief magistrate c uid scarcely have awakened greater Inteiest and solicitude than has been the case with Mr. Hanna. He made a brave tight against the Inevitable, but the odds were too great, and thespiritofthedistin guisbed American passed to the other world in peace and without a struggle, the separation taking place at 6:40 o'clock Monday evening. This great nation has sustained the loss of one of its greatest men in the death of Senator Uanna. lie was needed here, and his place will be hard to fill. A orkat hullabaloo has arisen because a troop of cavalry was sent by the Presi dent to meet Governor Taft at the Wash ington depot on his return from the Phil ippines, and also to escort Secre.ary Root out of the city on resigning bis office, Our friends will luvo some ditllculty in showing that this mere technical compli ment is a crime against liberty. Senator Hopkins, the successor of Billy" Mason, addressed the Senate on the Panama question, taking the posi tion that the recognition of the new re public and the negotiation of the treaty were matters exclusively for the Presi dent and outa.de the jurisdiction of the Senate. He said there had been 58 re bellions in Panama in 50 years. He re garded President Roosevelt as one ef the greatest men who had ever occupied the White House, and predicted that In an other generation Democratic Senators, in denouncing the Republican President, would class Roosevelt witli Grant, Lin coln and Washington. What is to be the relation of candi dates to platforms this Messed year of 10O4T Assuming as settled tact that Mr. Roosevelt will be the Republican nominee the Republican side of the ques tion is easily answered. Since the days of Andrew Jackson no party has ever put up a Presidential candidate wbo was so sure to be his own and his party's plat form as the virile, honest, ambitions, courageous and progressive young Presi dent wbo now sits in the White House. Rut what of the Democratic side? The Washington Post, an independent Demo cratic Journal, makes these inquiries for the cogitation of Democratic chiefs: "Can the Democratic party afford to put up any mild-mannered man, without national record, no matter how respecta ble and amiable he may be, or what may be the measure of his erudition, against so original, resourceful and aggressive a candidate as Mr. Roosevelt f Does not the Democracy need for its leader a man wbo has done things, and in doing them has shown capacity for promptly and ably meeting emergencies? The party has such men at its disposal, and it seems to us that this year is the time to make use of that kind of material. But so many and so strange have been Democ racy's antics in the selection of candi dates that it cannot be confidently relied upon to steer clear of egregious blunders." There is an undertone of dispair in that which will possibly become a full one when the Democratic party tries to find as leader "a man who has done things" and done thorn with ability and well. Such a man is pretty bard, if not impos sible to find within the Democratic pale. "THE BAHRAIN HUNTERS." Thr I'liisbnnc Dispatch Makes a (irrnt Hit Willi Novel Contest. Much interest was excited in Pittsburg by the appearance of advertising in all the Pittsburg papers referring to "The Bargain Hunters." No person knew just what was meant ; many thought it was a new book, but the mystery was dispelled by the publication of a large advertisement in The Pittsburg Dispatch and a most liberal display on the bill boards of the city, as well as in the vari ous stores interested, which announced that"! he Bargain Hunters" was a novel contest which The Dispatch had devised to test the skill of the reader as a shop per, make him conversant with the stores where he could save money and pay him well whilo amusing him. Prizes of tit) ea'-b week are offered and on the whole the contest is destined to be one of the most interesting evor given bv a news paper. Get in "The Barirain Hunters'" contest in The Sunday Dispatch. Drnfiirsft Cannot lie Cored by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. neatness Is caused by an inflamed con dition of th mucous lining of the Eu stachian Tube. When this tube gets in- named you have a rumbling sound or imparled hearing, and when it is entire ly closed deainess is the result, and un less thn intlaination can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever : nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cas.e of Deaf ness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars, free. r. J. CHENEY S CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75. Hall's Family Pills are the best. JOOI KIMUITM. Good Spirits rinnt all nntnn frnm ITitn. tueky. Their main source is the liver 1 I I . 1- . . aim uii me iiue spirits ever made in the i i i - i.. ,j . m ud ui oiblc co u hi noi remeoy a Dad liver the hundred. nnri nna ill aO-anta li produces. You can't have good spirits nun a unu uvoi ni iu SHUIH nine. I OUT liver must lie In Una enmtitlnn If would feel buoyant, happy and hopeful, bright of eye, light of step, vigorous and successful in your pursuits. You can put your liver in fine condition by using Green's August Flower-the greatest of an uieuiciues ior i lie nver and stomach and a certain cure for dysnepsia or indi gestion. It has been a favm ite household remedy for over thirty-five years. August r uwtr win iiibro your nver Healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal sup ply k"u upiniB. iriai Bize, &e; regular bottles, 75c. At Jas. D. Davis'. Chnmlierlnin'i Hlomnrh nil it I.Ivor Tablets. I nrqiinllril for Constipation, Mr. A. R Kane, a prominent druggist ... Uum jriiiK Kansas, says: "uuam- hdrllllnB U... l v . ' m.. r, quinine!! anu liiver lanieis are, in my Jnd jineiit. the most superior prep aration of anything in use to-day for con stipation. They are sure in action and with no tendency to nauseate or gripe. For sale by Dr. J. C. Dunn. FOREIGNERS NOT WANTED. Will Not Be Allowed to Enlist In Jap anese Army or Navy. Toklo, Feb. 1C The .Iaanee minla ;er at Washington has officially ad vised his government, that he is re ceiving numerous offers ol largo con tributions to the war fund from Amer icans and requests instructions. It Is considered probable that Japan will refuse to accept this aid. The cabinet will consider the Ques tion and formally instruct the minis ter shortly. Many applications for permission to enlist in the Japanese army and navy are coming from var ious parts of the world. All these ap plications have been refused and no .'oreigners will be allowed to partici pate in the military or naval opera tions of Japan except as spectators. At a meeting of the bankers, news paper proprietors and commercial men it was resolved to support the govern ment. Irrespective of party lines. Those present at the meeting ap proved the proposed plan of curtailing the domestic administrative expenses and applying the amount thus saved to the war fund. A plan will be devised for the relief of disabled soldiers and sailor3. The meeting also agreed to send a letter of congratulation to Vice Admiral Togo. A detailed report of his battle at Port Arthur has not b?ea received from Vice Admiral Togo by tho navy department and the public Is as yet without the full particulars of the en gagement. A letter from one of the men who participated in the naval fight says that tho torpedo attack succeeded through a clever feint. The majority of the torpedo vessels maneuvered in front of the Russian line and held its attention while the rest worked around to the rear and got close to the enemy before being discovered. Then they fired their destructive missiles and scurried out of range. No further news of the Ruwian Vladlvostoek squadron has been re ceived here. It is thought to have re turned to the port of Vladlvostoek In preference to risking a fight or ex hausting its fuel. Enormous military activity contin ues, but the government carefully con ceals Its plans. Although every mo ment of rtslav enables the Russians to become better prepared for a conClet. the Japanese apnarontly are uncon cerned. They fully realize that the limited capacity of the Trans-Siberian railway, the distance of the Russians from their base of supplies and the lack of communication by sea sets lim itations on the proposed accomplish ments of Russia in Manchuria. They feel that no danger attaches in that quarter and are awaiting the comple tion of Japan's naval program. Mortgage For $10,000,000. St. Louis, Feb. 1C. The Wabash Railroad company haa filed with the recorder of deeds a mortgage to cover a $10,000,000 issue of bonds for the new world's fair improvements and terminals. When Van Have Cold. The first action when you have a cold is to relieve the lungs. This is best ac complished by the free use of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. The Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs, produces a free expectoration, and opens the secretions. A complete cure soon fol lows. This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treat ment and it leaves the system in a natu ral and healthy condition. It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. For sale bv Dr. J. C. Duun. Personally Caadnrled Kxrnniion via llie Mrkel I'late Hand. The very latest equipment is used for Nickel Plate excursions, coaches with high back seats and modern sleeping cars. If you are going to travel you can not afford to miss this opportunity to make a trip cheap and comfortable. write A. C Snowalter v. 1 . A.. H07 state St., Erie, Pa., lor particulars. 17toal3 Another Case of Ithenntattam Cured bjr Chamberlain's 1'mIh Balm. The efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in tbe relief of rheumatism Is be ing demonstrated daily. Parker Triplett. of Grigsby, Va., says that Chamberlain's Pain Balm gave him permanent reller from rheumatism in the back when eve rything else failed, and be would not be without it. For sale by Dr. J. C. Dunn Perfect Canfldenre. Where there used to be a feeling of un easiness and worry in tbe household when a child showed svmptomsof croup, there is now perfect confidence. This Is owing to the uniform success of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy in the treat ment of that disease. Mrs. M. I. Ba-ford of Pooleaville, Md., in speaking of her experience in the naa of that remedy says: "I have a world of confidence in (Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success. My child. Garland, is subject to severe attacks of croup and it always gives him prompt re lief." rorsaio uy Dr. j. (j. Duun. Attrnrtlve Low Kates. via Nickel Plate Road 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month until April l'Jth, 1904, to points in the West, Southwest and Northwest. Inquire nearest Agent or address A. U. show alter, D P. A., 807 State St.. Erie. Pa. 25lal3 Cheap Kates via the Mrkel Plate. Feb. 2nd and 10th, March 1st and 15th, Mid April 5th and lUtb, are the dates of Nickel Plate excursions to tbe West, South and Southwest. Write A. C. Show- alter, D. P. A., 807, State street. Erie, Pa. lU-a!3 Hecome Our Friend. By joiniog nue of th Nickel Plate excursions will make you a friend of this popular line. We want friends. Let A. C Showalter. D. P. A., 807 Slate 8t, Erie, Pa., know your desti nation and date you wish to start and be will name you the best possible rate and make all arrangements. liltoalS. Grow strong and well ufter using Thompson's1 Swkkt Woiim Powdku. Very plcnsunt to take, Contains no eiilomel. Never fnils. Worms are often mistaken tor indigestion and other di leases, lie sure to get Thompson'! in fins bottles. Druggists, 25 cents. TIONESTA MAIIICKTS CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY, BY RELIABLE DEALERS. Flour 1ft sack M 1.151.45 Corn meal, feed, $ 100 th 1.25 Corn meal, family, U 100 lb 1.50 Chop leod, pure grain 1.80 Oats .50 Corn, shelled - .75 Buckwheat flour, lb .0.') Beans bushel 3.00 Ham, sugar cured .16 Bacon, sugar cured - .16 Shoulders .10 Salt Pork, ft lb .1-1 Whltefishft kit .70 Sugar fi.0ttl Syrup 85(5 .50 N. O. Molasses .35$ .60 Coffee, Roast Rio I2J 1 5 Coffee, blended Java - .20 Tea .t S6 .50 Butter .as Rice 05(.ON F.ggs, fresh ($.25 Salt barrel !.2ft Isrd .in Potatoes, $t bushel .(to Potatoes, sweet, "p It) ,0.'t Lime ft barrel 1.00 Nails ft keg 2.75 LEAItX KlSIMvSS, Practical ideas, up to dale meth ods, make our students a success, am) the calls foi them greater thao we can supply. The best investment you can make for the business world is to take nur Commercial and Short band Course. We teach more in one year than the ordinary school can io three. 34 of our students have ac cepted office positions since last Spring. Enter at any time. THEHOFF BUSINESS COLLEGE. Warren, Pa A t'hanre for Northern Farmer. Are you tired of our cold, northern winters, with thei? sickness and dis ease? Are you tired worrying over the danger of a crop failure aud conse quent financial ruin ? Are vou tired of working hard all season without fair financial re turn for your efforts? Dii you want to avoid all this, and live in a country where the air is al ways balmy and tbe climate healthy; where crop failures are unknown and financial troubles vanish: where land can be bought cheaply aud taxes aie almost nothing; where churches and schools are plentiful and the country thickly settled? All of these advantages can be se cured along the line of a double tracked railroad, and with the great est markets in the United States at your very door. A postal or letter addressed to the undersigned will briug you free of charge, descriptive matter aod full particulars. E. A. Richter, T. P. A , Illinois Central railroad, 512 Park Building, Pittsburg, Pa. tf $33 To California. Via the St. Paul and Union Pacific Line. Every day in March and April, low rates from Chicago to tbe Pacific Coast and to many intermediate points will he offered via tbe St. Paul and Union Pacific Line. If you rre contemplating a trip to tbe West or the Northwest, it is worth your while to write to-da; for information about rates and train service to the point you expect to visit. John R. Pott, District Passenger Agent, Room D, Park Building, Pittsburg, Pa. a30 Till A I, LINT. List of causes set down for trial in tho Court of Common Pleas of Forest Countv. Pennsylvania, commencing on the fourth Monday or February, 1904: 1. W. A. Connelly vs. W. Wyinan, Joseph Landers, No. 0, September Term, 1903. Summons in Action of Trespass. Attest, J. C. OKIST, Prothonotary. Tionesta, Pa., January 25, 1904. PROCLAMATION. Whedeab, The Hon. W. M. Lindsev. President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for the county of F'orest, has issued his pre cept for holdinga Court of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for th County of Forest, to commence on tho Fonrih Monday of February, being the 22nd dav of February. 1904. 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 iu their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., ot said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their office appertain to be done. and to those w ho are bou nd i n recogn izance to prosecute against the prisoners thatare or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be just. Given un dor my hand and seal this 25th day of January, A. D. 1904. OlSO. W. NOBUT, L.S. ShenH $33 to North Pacific Coast. Every day in March and April the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail way will sell tickets for $33 from Chicago to Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, and many other points in the Notlh- west good via tbe Pioneer Limited and Bt. Paul, or via Omaha and The Overland Service. John R. Pott, District Passenger Agent, Room D, Park Building, Pittsburg, Pa. a3) August Mqqck OFTICIAK Office ) A 7H National Rank Building, OIL CITY, PA. Eyes examined free. Exclusively optical. HOW atmut your stock of Stationery T Look it up, then call and see us. Shoe Bargains FOR ECONOIYIICAL'WOIYIEN. Iu order to make room fur new stork, we Iiuvh placed on Sale the (l In v i n; Lmlies' Shoes at greatly reduced prices to close t he in nut This l"t includes oor Winter Style and many pairs suitable tor Spiing and Summer: Pal. Leather, KiMliinatic Sole, were f'l.2.", now $2 4." VelourCalf, KiiMhiuatiu Sole, were f'iOO.now 2.25 Vicl Kid. Hull Top, Kiishinatio Sole, wero fcl (Hi, now 2..'5 Pat. Leather, woreJ'J 50, now 1 65 Vicl Kid, dull top, were t- 50, now 1 05 Vicl Kid, Vesting Top, were 12.50 now 1 05 Vicl Kid, were 2 00 and $2.2), now l.iW Assorted Odd Pairs, worefl .73 now 1.00 Tan Shoes, Lace, were $2 25 and 9'Z.M now 1.25 Rutton Shoes, were $2 75, ?:l 00 and f!50, now 1.00 THESE PRICES GOOD UNTIL MAR. I Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that tho follow ing accounts have been liled iu inv olllce and will be presented at tho next term ol Court for continuation : Second a. 'count of A. It. Kelly and Margaret 11. Hate. Executors of the es tate of Frances A. Mty, deceased, late ol Tionesta borough, V'. J. C. GEIST. Clerk of Orphans' Court. Tionosta, Pa., January 19, 1904. Cnlll'urnin 4u Com lor I AvuIiIIiik SiHiw-lllm-kiiilrn nml Itll..iiriN. In new Pullman "ordinary" t-leep ers, wide vestibuled and with everv modem convcnieiic0, in charge ol competent agent, from C'incitinali and Chicago via Louisville, Aew Or leans, Il.iustnii, San Antonio, El Paso and Los Angeles to San Fran cisco IUts fur berths lial ' r f cost in regular sleepers. For free dsctip live matter and full particulars ad dress, E A. Richter, Trav. IVseneer Agent, Illinois Central Railroad, 512 Park Building, Pittsburg, Pn. if Harvey Fritz, DKALKIt IN Diamonds Watches Clocks and Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Silver ware and Leather oori WATCH IXKPI'XTOIt fi. S. V HI. S. and I. 11. It, Htm YsrFmTZ The LEADING JEWELER. 32 SENECA St.. Oil. CI I V, PA Fred. Grcttcnbergcr GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaiiiimi to Machinery. En gines, Oil Well Tools, Uhs or Water Fit tings and General Hhtck.smi thing prompt ly done at Low Kates. Kupuiring Alii) Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Hliop In rear of and just west or the Shaw House, Tidioute, l'a. Your patronage solicited. KKED. i RETT EN BERG ER NERVES CURED. Nothing Helped Until the Wonderful New Medicine, Cal-curu Solvent, Was Taken. Ifrlfe or a Small Frre llottlr. "I very much wish," writes Loretta J. Vail, of Hopewell Junction, X. V., " that I might be able in a few lines, with out putting myself forward, to let the people understand bow valualilo C'sil cura Solvent, the veto liiedicmo dis covered by Dr. David Kennedy, is in cases of indigestion mid the like ail ments, which are so common among us. I suffered from a bovcio variety of liver complaint, with dizziness, numbness, and an exceedingly weak and excitable state of tho nerves. I employed tho best treatment within my reach, jet nothing really helped until I bewail to use Cal-cura Solvent, and that did." Itememher, Calrura Solemt eiirm of all c does of KUlnnj, ISludili r and Licrt disorder. You mar have a free siiinplo bottlo of this wonderful liicilicinc, iind descriptive booklet, by simply sending your name and address to Tho Cal-i ina Company, Kennedy Kow, Koudout, N. Y. Large bottles $1.00 (on f i our W.rel nil dn:trgists, or if they do not liavo it, scud to tho above proprietors. G.W.H lOltf DIZZINESS ID Take Laxative Bromo Quinine : Tablets. Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. This Signature. A Problem for You. Do you know that any person to sell goods the Old Fashioned Way On Credit has to figure on about 10 per cent, for losses. ? Do you know who pays that 10 per cent? Why, of course, the man who is honest enough to pay for his goods has to pay the ex tra 10 per cent, profit to make good the "Dead Beat's" account. I do away with all this, by selling goods for Cash only. I take no chances of losing any thing, and take the 10 per cent, off the prices and Give the Honest Man a Chance. Every article in this store is Marked Down and we will positively sell Cheaper than any one Dare Do, who sells on credit. PRODUCE TAKEN. H. B. FEIT. MO. A. 11. A. Watnb Cook, President. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA. CAPITAL STOCK, MRBOTORH A. Wsyne Cook, Q. W. Robinson, Wm. Hmearbnuh, N. P. Wheeler, T. F. Rltchey. J. T. Dale, J. II. Kelly. Collections remitted for on day of pr.ymont at low rales. We promise our custom ers all tho benefits consistent with conservative b king. Intorost psld on limn deposits. Your patronane respectfully solicited. It Will Only Cost One Cent to buy a posts 1 card ami semi to the New York Tribune farmer, New York City, for a frco specimen copy. Tbe New Yotk Tribune Farmer is a Na tional Illustrated Agricultural Weekly for farmers an 1 their families, and EVERY issue Cottaiiis matter instructive and entertaining to EVERY member of tbo family. The price is $1.00 per year, but if you like it you can secure it with your own favorite local news piper, The Fokest Repum-ican, Tionesta, l'a , at a bargain, B th papers one year only SI 25. Seud your order and money to Tuk Rli- rUIILICAN. Jos ihirm PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER. UcpairM Iloiler, Still, Tank, Agitators. Huys and Nells Net'ond - hand Hollers, Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End ofSuspei sion Undue, Tnird ward, OIL CITY, IM. A.C.UREY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. Hear of Hotel Weaver TIONESTA, IPA. Telephone Ao. 30. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH Nnfp. Abvnv reliable. I. Adieu, nsk DrtiRRlat fin I'HK'IIKVrKK'N EXUI.IKII III Kel und (Jolil int-lnllic boxes, nettled with blue ribbon. Take no fillier. KaTune dnniirroun miiIimII tuflonnniMl imllnllon. liny of your PniirKiat, or Hemt 4c. In Mumps fur Partlrulura. TrMli mmilitln anrl "Kellrf for l.aillvn." intrtlrr, by rt-lum .Tlall. 10.000 Tesliiuoiimls. bold by all Dmiwlrits. CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO. BlOO ndtaun Mquarr, 1'IIIL.A PA. Meotlua tali aapcr. PENNYROYAL PiLLS To Cure a Cold in One Day B038. Kelly. Cashier. Wm. Nhkakbauoii, Vice Prosldon NATIONAL HANK, PENNSYLVANIA. $50,000. ItiII.WAV. TIME TABLE ToT NOIU H " JLLLr Hke Effect July (illi, I'.iOS. Kitom' Tim7"'" SOUT 1 j ' NUlinns j 2 I 4 p.m'n. ml. cave Arriveip. m p. lit (i 50 ti ao 0 20 (1 1. t) 00 7 00 rsenrasKa Hops Kiiii LHiiientatinn Newtown Mills 17 ao! '7 101 7 4oj 1 4.V.S IHli Kelleltville 1 1)0 1 5.118 lfl 2 0.VH 2ft Hiii-k Mills Mu ylni rir 12 45 5 50 12 35 5 40 2 ao ;h 10 I'orkoy 12 10 IV '10 2 25 S 4.-. 2 ;!0 H ft i 2 40 1) (Ml 2 55 !! 15 a io o ao 8 25 0 50 3 45 I00U Minister 12 05 Wallers 11 55 5 25 5 20 5 10 4 65 4 40 4 25 liHHtiii"; III 40 Bluo Jav 11 30 Henry's Mill 11 IK) Ilrnes ' 10 40 Stiellield '10 30 4 15 p. in a. in .1. Arrive Leave i. in. Ip.m TrnTcourrNsrri lennsylvania IfcYILIOA.r. BUFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking effect. Kovemher 21tu, 1903. No. 30 Buffalo Expross, daily except .Sunday 11:10a.m. No. 32 Oil City and Pittsburg Exr ress.daily.except Sunday ..7:20 p.m. For Hickory, Tidioute, Warren.Klnzua, Bradford, Olean and the Kant : No. 81 Olean Express, daily except Sunday 8:48 a. in. No. 33 Pittsburg Express, daily exuopt Sunday 4:45 p.m. For Time Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent. W. V. ATTERHUKY, J. ft. WOOD. General Manager. PassongerTrallio Mgr. GEO. H. BOYD, Gen'l Passenger Agt. Item) Thin, On Feb. 2d and 16th, March 1st and J 5th and April 5ih aud 1 it'll are the dates to start on a journey if com iort nod tummy are ho object. These Nickel I'late excursions are person ally conducted, nothing lor you to do hut look pleased; we do the test. Write, wire or phone A. C Showal ter, D. P. A , 807 State St., Erie, Pa. 18toal3 Cures Crip la Two Days. Sf'J&Yr on everv sfanrt' box. 25c.