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''I -' V . 'i n. lit 3 THE ARNER AGENCY Represents nil the lending Fire In sursnce '(in) iihii ios of the world and can insure you against long at lowest rales obtainable. We are also annuls In Forest county for tlie TITLE GUARANTY AND TRUST CO., which furnishes security for Coun ty nnil township officials. Also furnishes bonds for ' HOTEL LICENSES nt n nominal foe. A nice Hue of Html Estate Deals always to be bad at tlliB agOtlCV. .CJ.Hil&SD .TIONESTA and MARIEN VILLE, PA. BUSINESS. POSITIONS SUCCESS-PROSPERITY are yours, if you join us and . follow our teachings. .". . . KOW - IS -.THIS - TIME. Our Course is a Necessity. Everything Up to Date. THE II0FK BLS1XESS COLLECT, Vurre n, Pa f DR. R. O. WOODRUFF, WATKKFOKD, PA. SPECIALIST. Nervous nnl Chronic IMhcumcn. Write for symptom blank and mail ing case for chemical and micro scopical aulysis of urine. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NEW ADVKKTIHCH KNTM. Joe Levi. Ad. Lammera. Ad. Hopkins. Locals, Wui. U, James, Ad. , Penny. Ky. Heador. . Smart Jt Silbeiherg. Ad.- MoCuou Co. Full page ad. Nickel Plate Ky. Readers. Eaitle Spoke Works. Local. White Star Urocory, Locals. Ulasgnw Woolen Mills Co. Ad. Court Proclamation. Trial List. Con II r m at Ion Notice, Oil market closed at f 1.42. Oil and gas leases at this office. February clearance salo at Hopkins'. Go to or 'phono the Wbile Star Gro cery when you tlesiro the best goods. It It Is worth your while to look over the shoe bargain counter at Hopkins' store. Over 100 pairs, and all go at one third to one-half off. It You must call tho brakeman on pas scuger trains "Guard" hereafter. That's the proper title on the Pennsylvania rail road since the first of this month. Take your watch or clock for. repairs t II. C, lolinstou, of Kellettville, who is a practical, first-class jeweler. Gold rings, spot-laden, etc., neatly repaired. All work guaranteed. 4t Tho White Star can serve you with the choicest groceries and viands to ap pease the hunger of the Inner man on the shortest notice. We keep uone but the best in our line, and ask no more than you pay for the ordinary article. It Mrs. John flush, who was taken to the Oil City hospital last week to be op erated upon for the removal of a tumor, returned without having the operation performed, the physicians deeming such a course too serious under existing con ditions. Harry English, a noted woodsman of McKean, Warren, and other counties 25 years ago, died at the poor house at Smetb port Jan. 20 Among other incidents of bis rough life was the killing of a consta ble, escaping hanging by a pica of self de fense. Mail. Sim Hood got the Index finger of his right hand too close to one of the saws lu the veneer works last Friday and the con sequence was the splitting of that mem ber from the end tip to about the second joint, and causing Sim's retirement from work tor some time. W. J. Henderson, the well-known musical critic, writes In the Heview of Keviews for February on" "Theodore Thomas and the Development of Ameri can Music," sketching the services ren dered by the great conductor, who died at Chicago on January 4, In cultivating musics! In te In thN country. (;., . n ,, i ii'p Itepiililicans have in mi i ii. I t:,H i II wii-g tick -l: Koad commissioner, Kd. Reese; school direct ' ors, John Blum. Will Conger, Ed. Reese; constable, Win. Walters; auditor, W. J. Gayley; clerk, Chas. Klinestiver; treas urer, Jas. Thomson; Judge of elections, Jaa. Kerr; Inspector. A. C. Culmer. The poultry show of the Forest Couyty Association is going on at the laundry building. The display of fancy poultry Is largely the stock ot home ex hibitors, but is nevertheless a good one, showing that there has been wonderful improvement in the past few years iu the breeding of high-class poultry In this vi cinity. Anyone will be well repaid by taking a look over the display. Testimony on the part of Miohael Kissinger, recently convicted in Clarion cnuuty of voluntary manslaughter, on bis application for a new trial, was. .taken last week. Alter the hearing Judge Pat ton, before whom Kissinger was tried, pave his decision, refusing to grant a new trial, and sentencing the prisoner to; pay a fine of fr00 and undergo imprisonment In the penitentiary for six yearsv Kis singer's crime was the causing of his wife's death near Cattish some time last summer. ' The Oil City Times, a now afternoon daily, made its" first bow to the public last week. It is an 8-page 6-column pa per, published by ex-Postmaster McKiin and F. C. Laing, with S. Miles llouton as managing editor and Will W. Webster as city editor? The new candidate for pub lia favor Is neatly printed and has a bright, newsy appearance, while tho ad vertising patronage seems to be all that ought to be expected tor a startor. If the business will pormitof the launching of a third paper in Oil City, where the jour nalistic Held is already well and ably covered, the Times, tinder its present management, ought to succeed. Our best .- wishes, friend McKim. "inHUd yoiit Saturday night was a trying one on the water pipg as well as on the nerves and pulionce of the average householder, many of whom found their plumbing fixings considerably out of whack when they tried their spigots Sunday morning, and tire "ghoulish glee" of the plumber was painful to hohold. Tlinrmomoters registered all the way down to 20 degreos below zero, and it was by considerable the snappiest morning of the season. Hon. Andrew Kaul, associate Judge of EU county, and one of the foremost business inon of northwestern Pennsyl vania, died at the Hotel Walton, la Phil adelphia, the lilib ult. lie bad been a sufferer I rum a complication ot physical ailments for several years. Mr. Kaul was born at St. Marys 00 years ago, and Iroin au humble beginning advanced in pros perous business enterprise until be came to be regarded as orof the foremost men of this section of IheYkte. The County AuilMrs' report of the past year's fiscal alfairs appears in the Kkpuulican of to-day, and will doubt less be read with interest by the taxpay ers. The statement of the financial standing of the oouuty acc junta shows a balance on tho right side of the ledger4 of nearly four thousand dollars, while the oor fund account shows u marked im provement over the record of the year previous, the bonded Indebtedness hav ing been redueod nearly three thousand dollars. All ot which Is a matter for congratulation. John Casey, Sr., employed with the section crew of the Hickory Valloy rail road, met with a very sevoro accident while unloading ties from a car on Mon day morning. One of the ties fell upon his leg causing a bad fracture of the knee joint. Owing to the difficulty In giving him the care at his homo which such an injury requires ho was taken to the Oil City hospital for treatment and placed under the care of Dr. J. B. Sigglns. Mr. Casey is aged 73 years, which fact makes his complete recovery a matter of much doubt. At least It will be slow and te dious. A housewife hands In the following: During the winter season, when banging out clothes is sri difficult, try putting a bandfull of salt iu the last rinsing water and the clothes will not stitfen or freeze until after I bejf are hung on the line; Indeed, it is possible even to change the position In a line full of clothes, if neces sary, be lore they freeze, and best of all, if bung out In the sun bofore the freezing begins. This saves the wear and tear, for nothing is so hard upon linen as this freeziug and flapping in the wind. They aie also easier to remove from the line. Sheffield Observer. John Lynch, of the Commercial ho tel, received a lettor Sunday from Alfred Sperry, of Cleveland, stating that be was getting along nicely, Eight weeks ago Mr. Speiry, who has extensive lumber interests here, was one of a large number of passengers in a trolley car near Clove laud that was struck by a fast train. Mr. Sperry bad his scalp torn oil and was otherwise, badly Injured. He has been in the hospital since that time until two weeks ago, when he was taken home. Ho is now able to sit up iu bis own borne, but does not expect to be able to re-visit Oil City for some months. Derrick. "How to Prevent Appendicitis" Is the subject of an article by Dr. Joseph Hind iu the January number of the Kireteentb Century. He gives what he considers three simple rules, by carefully observing which none need tear the mod ern scourge. These rules are: First, don't neglect chills, when heated by ex ercise; secondly, masticate well and eat slowly; don't swallow any food that Is not perfectly softened by the teeth; third ly, avoid aperient, salts, Hungarian wa ters, or liver pills. Let nature do her own work undisturbed by purgatives of any sort, for their sequel is often appen dicitis. The member of the legislature who Introduced a bill at the present session providing for the establishment of the whipping post for wife beaters in this state, receiyed scant consideration at the hands of the judiciary general committee, says the Kane Republican, and then It goes on to offer this sensible suggestion: The proper disposition to make of the class of offenders who violate marital ob ligations would be to place t'uem at labor in corrective institution, at going rates of wages for the same class of work, the sums earned beyond their expense for sustenance to be placed for the benefit of their families. The Wlllton Gas Light is something new to this country. Theagent of the company, W. D, Smith, of Oil City, was up one day last week and mstalled a few in some of the business places with the J understanding that it they were not sat factor he would be back in a few days and take them out again, without expense to the proprietor of the shop. He fitted one up in the Republican olllce, and we serve notice on the gentleman right here and now, if he attempts to take it out he'll get into trouble. The company guarantees their light to use less gas and produce a half more light than anything in the market, and if the one in this office is a fair sample they're perfectly safe in making the guarantee and more too. There is no discount on the Willton gas light, and when the agent comes around give him a chance to demonstrate the ex cellence ot his goods if you want a first, class light in your bouso or place of bus iness. Conrad Brady, one of German Ullf's oldest citizens, died at his home, near Starr post office, Jau. 27, 1!K)5, aged. 84 years.'. The deceased was born and reared to young manhood in the village, of Mioheldorf, . Province of Hesse Ca'ssel, Germany, December, 1820, and came to this country lu 1840, more than iM years ago, making his home for ,many: y-arB with Conrad Zuendel, who lived oil. what is now known as the Ktserarm, on Gor man Hill, tie was married upward of 40 years ago to M iss Mattie Reimsnlder,N who, with three children, Henry, George, and Mrs. H. P. Ralston, all of Kingsley. townBuip, Btirvlye. Mr. Brady was noted for bis strict honesty, sterling industry , and thorough devotion to the Christian faith, and as a, neighbor and citizen -he. bore the highest esteem of all who knew; him. Funeral services were held on Sabbath last, Ilov. Mr. Haviland officiat ing, the remains- btthig interred in the Zuendel cliurcli fwnVete'r-y, near where he spent the greater. Jibrtton o( .his life. ': '--Overcoats; "cloth iife'i hits anoTcaffs alt get the same cut at the lloufcins isjejirauae t-ale. . v , It Tho subject of Rey. W. O. Calhoun's sermon at the M, E; church noxt Sabbath evening will be "What 1b Pure Reli gion T" Quarterly meeting services will be hold lu tho M. E. church at Nebraska next Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock. These services will mark the beginning of a series ot meeliugs lo continue through the evenings of the entire week. -.Bert Kelly, whose borne is out near Stewart Runn t with a severe accident while chopping wood last Saturday after noon." By a misstroke of his axe he al most severed his lolt foot, the blade of the axe cutting diagonally across it from the third toe to tho ball or Instep back of the great toe. The cut is a bad one aud will be some time in healing. He was brought to town and Dr. Dunn performed the necessary surgery. He is staying at Hotel Weaver for the present. Two Fires. The dwelling bouso owned and occu pied by Mrs. Wbltton, next door to Ben der's Hotel, at West Hickory, caught fire at one o'clock last Saturday from the kitchen stove, and was badly damaged. When discovered, the smoke was com ing out all through the building, and on account of the doors of the communicat ing looms being open, and the density of the smoke all through the building, It took Borne time to locate the fire, A hose was attached to tho hotel pump and a bucket brigade formed which soefi pftl the fire under control, but the contents of the house were badly damaged both by fire and water. The fire had burned the walls and ceilings of two rooms, but the entire house was thoroughly saturated with water. We understand there was $o00 insurance on building and contents lu the Arner agency of this place. The farm dwelling belonging to Wash. Nellisand located about a half milo be yond the Stewart Run post olllce, on the Cashup road, was totally destroyed by fire, together with All its contents, the stove alone being saved, on Monday af ternoon. The tire apparently- caught from sparks falling upon the roof, and the entire tipper portion was enveloped lu flames when tho family discovered it, making it Impossible to save any of Ibe household goods. Mr. Nell is says that $oOO will not replace his loss, and be bad no insurance. Looks Like n Sure Tiling The corps of surveyors, who have been in Warren for tho pawafwo weeks, pre sumably in the employ of the Erie Rail road Company, are at present engaged in survey ing on the south side of the Alle gheny river, iu the vicinity" of Grunder ville, three miles west of Warren, Al ready the operations of the crew indicate that the railroad has two or three routes under consideration, and the prediction of the Mirror that the Erie proposes to build a branch from Falconer to Oil City is partially boruo out by the develop ments. It is possible, however, that the co in puny will follow the river from Oil City aud strike the main line at Salaman ca. A survey has been exteuded on- the north aide of the river from GladerQn to where the surveyors first arrived in War ron, that tbe most feasible route through the Fifth and Sixth wards would be to cross the Allegheny on this side of the upper railroad bridge and follow Elm and Crescent streets and tbon through the Fifth ward in the rear pf Beaty's and other property. A survey has been made over portions of some other streets far ther east and it is possible that It may be decided to cross the Allegheny at a point above, aud thus tap the East Side manu factories tor the purpose of securing'some of the freight business. Warren Mirror. Caucus Results. The Republicans of the Borough met at tbe Court House Monday evening, pur suant to call of Committeeman Geo. Hole man, and after electing C. F. Felt presi dent, and S. M. Henry and J. T. Dale secretaries, proceeded to the nomination of a ticket with the following result: Justices of tbe peace, C. A. Randall, S, J. Selloy; council, Geo. B. Robinson, olo, lloleman, Ed. Graham; school directors, Dr. J. C. Dunu, J. C.Scowdon; constable, S. R. Maxwell; high constable, Peter Lindal; auditors, B. l' Felt, P. J. Joyce; judge of elections, S. C. Johnston; in spector, Jay Bankhead. - A citizens caucus held at the Court House last Friday evening placed the fol lowing ticket In the field: Council, J. W. Landers, G. T. Anderson, II . B. Foil; school directors, L. Fulton, W. J. Camp bell; justice of the peace, D. W. Clark, S. S. Cantield; constable, W. II. Hood; high constable, W. L. Hunter; judge of elections, C. A. Hill; inspector, J.J. Lan ders; auditor, 8. T. Carson. The Republicans of Green township have nominated the following ticket: Koad commissioner, Edward Reese; school directors, Will Conger, John Ilium, Edward Reese; constable, William Wallers; auditor, W, J. Gailey; clerk, Charles Klinestiver; treasurer, James Thompson; judge of elections, James Kerr; Inspector,' A. C. Culmer. Uickory town'sklp Republicans baye nominated the following ticket: Koad commissioner, N. P. Wheeler; school di rectors, Geo. Crider, J. Albaugh; treas urer, G. W. Warden; clerk, Gus B. Evans; auditor, Joseph Green; constable, R. O. Whitton; judge of elections, John Thompson; inspector, H. O. Taft. Tbe Republicans of Harmony township at their caucus, Tuesday nominated tbe following tickot: Road Commissioner, D. E. Cftrson; School Directors, E. B. Head, W.' J. Gorman; assessor, M. L. Range; assistant assessor, E. G. Sutley; treasurer, W. O. Morrow; clerk, Fred. Carson; auditor, G. L. King. ; Kingsley township . Republicans have nominated tbe following ticket: Road commissioner, E. E. Zuendel; school di rectors, A. L. Wellor, Leon Watson; treasurer; Jacob Ray; clerk, Wm. Silzle; auditor, Harry Dottorer; constable, Jas. Grove. .' ' Wanted. . White oak spoke timber 28 in. long, delivered at R. K. or at Oil City. Write br -particulars, to Eagle Spoko Works, On'Cily. I'a. tf , -;';f-" . TUo first l'liyslr. Wheti you want a physio that is mild and gentle, easy to take aud certain to act, always use Chamberlain's Stomach anit Liver Tablets. Sold by Dr. J. C. Dunn. A clever woman is one who can make a inau believe that he knows it all. '"T ,'. YOU 1SD YOUR FRIENDS. Attorney Brown is In Clarion on, legal business this week. Warren Jonos, ot Newtown Mills was a Tioncsta visitor Monday, Frank Bobbins, of Tidloute, was a business visitor in ton Saturday. Representative Robertson was home from Harrisburg over last Sabbath. Rob. Fulton, of the Davis drug store, Is a business visitor in Philadelphia this week. Mrs. Charles Amann, of North War ren, is the gunati of Mrs. James Huling this week. -Rev. W. B. Koupe, of Oil City, was shaking bands with numerous friends lu town Friday. Louie Swanson, of Syracuse, N. Y., was circulating among bis young friends here this week, Miss Blanche Pease spent Saturday and Sunday in Tidioute as thai guest of Mrs. F.A.Shaw. Mrs. David Edwards, of Sharon, Pa., is paying a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clark. John Charlston was out yesterday for the first time iu six weeks, a after se vere siege of sickness. Mrs. R. L. Haslet returned Saturday irom a week'B visit with her neice, Mrs. J. F. Sheasley, at Kittauning. Miss Peek, of Grand Valley, is visit ing her broiher, Prof. J. Blaine Peck, principal ot tae West Hickory school. E, E. Vockrotji, ot Cropp Hill, has been visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. i". Ledebur, the past few days. Friends of S. J. Wolcott will be sorry to learn that he is quite severely ill, and threatened with au attack of pneumonia. Miss Nancy Morrow, of tho Tidioute h'gh school faculty, was receiving the warm greetings of her many Tionesta friends Saturday. J. R. Osgood, who looks 'after his firm's interests at the lumbering plant located about five miles out from Oil City, came home Saturday to spend the Sab bath with bis family, James Morrow arrived home last Saturday from a six months' stay at Ra-. leigh, W. Va., where he has been in charge of the books and- store connected with a large lumbprlng plant. Mrs. Daniel Walters fell on the icy steps of her home Sunday and sustained a severe wrenching of her right shoulder, but no bones were broken and she was getting along very well at last accounts. Tbe ladies of ffie Pedro Club enter tained their "hubbies" iu a masque party at the home of Mrs. W. W. Grove last Friday evening, and all enjoyed the novel occasion immeusely. An elegant luucb was served. W. A. Croasmun', of Redelyflb, was in Washington, D. C, last week, with a party of Clarion and Jefferson county lumbermen, in the interest of the Lum bermen's Association of this and adjoin Ing counties. t W. A. Kribbs, of Kellettville was In New York attending a horse sale last week, and no donbt the Kribbs A Kay livery .stables will be equippod with some extratine roadsters as a result of "Billy's" trip to the metropolis. Republicans are Increasing up about Endeavor. On Wednesday last a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lynch, and on Monday of this week the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Myers, of the same plaoe, was made happy by the advent of a new son. Samuel D. Irwin. Ecq., left for. An napolis, Md., last week to witness the graduating exercises of tbe Naval acade my, which takes place this week, Mr. Irwin's nephew, Hiram L. Irwin, well known to most of our citizens, will be one of the graduates. A cablegram to Miss Allinger, of En deavor, received on the 24ih ult., dated from Gibraltar announces the safe arrival at that port of Hon. and Mrs. N. P. Wbeelei and Miss Rachel, all well and having enjoyed thoir voyage splendidly. Their tour through the Holy Land and stay cih the Continent will extend over a period of about three months. F. R. Lanson is in Buffalo attending a meeting of a real estate company, of. which he was recently appointed tempo rary president, and whose lands are lo cated in tbe suburbs of that city. Mr. Lauson became interested lu these in vestments fifteen years ago, along with other citizens of Tionesta, and the prop erty has steadily increased in value. The announcement of the marriage of Miss Lou Fisher, of Oil City, to Prof. Paul Keening, will interest many of Tio nesta's people who have the pleasure of the bride's acquaintance. She is a daugh ter of Mrs. Jamos J. Fisher.and the cere mony was performed at her home at noon on the 21th ult. and was a very pretty social affair. Rev. S. A. Corneli us was the officiating clergyman. The bride stands high in the estimation of all who know her, as does also the man of her choice, who is a well known teacher of languages. E. W. Chadwlck, for tho past seven years foreman ot tbe Rkpusmcan olllce, has taken cases on the new Oil City Times, going on duty Monday morning. He is an "all round" man in a priming office, and bis employers will find that he will "fit in" wherever they put him. There has been quite a shifting of Tio nesta printers, in fact, within the past week or so, Harry Klinestiver, for twelve years with the Tidioute News, comes back to the Kkpubmcan olfiqe, and Will Hun ter, for some time with the Vindicator, takes Harry's place on the News, and Martin Rhodes will keep Editor Muse busy furnishing "copy." O. P. Lemon, of Newtown Mills, ar rived in town Monday from Buflalo, ac companied by his son, Arthur, whose mysterious disappearance from his board ing house at Oil City on the 10th ult. was noted in this paper last week. Mr. Lem on found his sou at a hotel in Buffalo last Saturday, and persuaded tho young man to return home with him, and take a course of treatment at tho hospital at Noith Warren, which it is hoped will bring him out of tho melancholy state into which a long siege of stomach trou ble has brought him. The anxious father feels very grateful for the discovery of his son before any harm had befallen him. Sick lh'mliu-liu. This distressing ailment results from a disordered condition of the stomach. All that is needed to effect a cure is a dose or two of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tabb-ts. Iu fact, the attack may be ward ed oil', or greatly lessened lu severity by taking a dose of these tablets as soon as the first symptom of an attack appears. Mold by Dr. J. C. Dunn. Ask Pay for Boats Lost. A claim for a loss of 23,000 on account of lock aud dam No. 3, on the Allegheny River above Pittsburg, has been brought in Washington, D. C, by W. A. Croas mun, of Forest county, Syl Truman, of Brookville, and A. M. Heator, of Clarion county, representing themselves and others. They had a conference last week with Representatives Sibloy aud Smith and will take the necessary steps to se cure payment. It is claimod, and rightly too, that lumber and boats of this value were taken down the river a year ago last fall by the parties interested but tbey could not pass this lock and dam. Whilo the boats were awaiting higher wator cold weather set in and they were frozen up iu the Ice. When tbe Ice broke up the boats were carried away and became a total loss. It is but fair that they should have pay, for the government was re sponsible for the impassable condition of the dam. a Eagle Rwk. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Henderson spent Sunday with friends in East Uickory. J. II. K. Brennon made a business trip to Warren last Monday, returning Tues day. W. J. Grandin, Jr., of Tidioute, was in town Thursday looking after his business liferents. Who said Eagle Rock was not musical? Step out some evening in the open frosty air and hear tbe sweet melodies from the string Instruments of the Eagle Rock or chestra. Last Friday a sloigbing party consist ing of about twenty young folks of Eagle Rock took a drive to Pithole, where they attended a pie social; returning in the morning. All reported a very enjoyable time. Miss Gertrude Stephens has returned home from a visit with friends in Tio nesta. Whew! Wasn't that a stinger Sunday morning? 22 degrees below here. Edward Jones, who has been laid up with a crippled hand, is again able to re sume his duties. Al. Coltz made a business trip to Tl tusville Saturday. There was good skating at tbe rink last week but tbe thaw and rain of last week spoiled it. G. W. Stephens, the Grandin Lumber Co.'s blacksmith, moved from our town to President last week. The sorvices in the church were well attended last Thursday evening. Services next Thursday. All should remember. Geo. Oviatt, of Pleasantyille, is build ing a house in towu aud expects to occu py it by the last of the week. Lory Thompson',' of Kellettville, who bas beon assisting Mr. Fox in the filing room, "went to his home Monday on ao count of a felon on his first finger. Whistling Rufoh. Loeper Items. A. F. Hess called on our merchants last week. - Some of our most prominent citizens attended the birthday party at Joseph Sch mailer's Friday.nlght. George Agnew and wife of Scotch Hill spent Sunday with the latter's father, R. W. Shotts. Mr. Agnew is etnploytd near Eagle Rock. Mrs. Lou Parker, of Parker, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Sara Moore, a raw days last week. .A few of our young men attended a social at Scotch Hill Friday night, given by Louise Cook, Uev. Wandors dolivered a very Inter esting sermon iu tho- Lutheran church Sunday. Miss Lavina Myers, the efficient teacher of Room 1, spent Sunday with friends at Tylersburg. David Walters, Bert Moore aud Clernie Humel are on tho sick list. Will Walters bas completed a business course at Duff's College, Pittsburg, Pa. Sixteen young people of this place and Tylersburg, gave Blanche Gorden a sur prise birthday party Monday evening. All enjoyed themselves to tbe uttermost. Cream or the News. February clearauco sale at Hopkins'. A lawyer never makes au unbreaka ble will. ' February clearance sale at Hopkins', There is action more eloquent than language. Fruits and vegetables are only fit to eat when tbey are stiictly fresh.- That's the kind you get at the White Star Gro cery. It Tho wise parent isn't above apologiz ing to his children. Thore's a big cut in prices of fleeced and all-wool underwear at Hopkins' dur ing this February clearance sale. Don't miss it. It There is discontent that hardly knows why it Is dissatisfied. The February clearance sale at Hop kins' is beating all records in the matter of bargain giveis. Don't miss your op portunity. It It Is always bettor to shake hands thau to shake frlonds. In all winter goods there is a clear ance sale going on at Hopkins' store that will make you happy if you are noedlng anything In that line. It It is diffioult for tbe average woman to say what she means. There is no getting behind the fact that the Hollos beating stove is the king of all radiating heaters, aud lbs combus tion of gas In this stove is the most per feet. As a reducer of gas bills it has no equal. H. E. McKinley is the sole agent in Tionesta. tf It is safe to offer a largo reward for anvone who observes the Golden Rule. Ntnrilinti llnl True. People the world over were hoi rifled on learning of the burning of the Chicago theatre in which nearly six hundred poo plo lost their lives, yet mure than five tin.es this number or over .1,000 people died from pneumonia In Chicago during the same year, with scarcely a passing not ice. Every one of these cases of pneu monia resulted from a cold and could have been prevented by the timely use of Chamberlain's Co ugh Remedy. A great many who hud every reason to fear pneu monia have warded It oil by the prompt use of this remedy. The following is an instance of tiiis sort: "Too much cannot be said in lavor of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy; and especially lor colds aud in fluenza. I know that it cured my daugh ter, Laura, of a S'-vero cold, and 1 believe saved her life when she was threatened with pneumonia." W. I). Wilcox, Lo gan, N. Y, Sold by Dr. J. V. Dunn. 25 Per Cent. EE Reduction on all our stock of Chinaware for 1 week beginning to day, LOOK INI OUR WINDOW. BOVARD'S PHARMACY. L. J. H. 1 1 L. J. H. February Clearance Sale of WIWTEE GOODS! The Spr'mg goods are coming, , We want the Room We want the LONG GREEN. 10 pieces Flannelette, 15c yd , good colors, now 10c Wool Fleeced Uuderwear, 50c and 75c quality, now 35c Wool Fleeced Underwear, $1 00 quality, now 70c Ail Woot Underwear $1 00 and $1.25 Quality now 75c Overcoats, Clothing, Hats and Caps all get same cut. SHOE BARGAIN COUNTER! There ate over 100 pairs of shoes on our Bargain Shoe Counter. or off or Any Old Price. Come and see. LT XX i . J. Hopkins. QOOD i 'FA When you see the name "Douglas," on a shoe you know it is not necessary to look further for a good shoe. They arc always made ol leather all the way through. Neat enough to look well; good enough to wear well. Price $3 & $3.50 n I m Sycamore, Seneca and Centre Our Annual Clearance Sale Opens Sat. Morning, Jan. 20th. Closes Sat. Night, Feb'y 4th. One week of a GFNUINE CLEARANCE SALE. Every article in our stock reduced for this sale, except contract goods. Not a price-mark or ticket removed or changed, and price reductions can be seen at a glance. IT WIL TJYT YOU TO ATTEND. Ifasf fONe: PR 41 X43SENECA ST, Your Will Buy . at our store at the present time in FOBKS .AlsTD SPOONS. both in Sterling and Plate Ware. Quality and price always right, The LEADING JKWELER. 32 SENECA St., OIL CITY, PA 'HOES. streets, OIL CITY, PA ICE CLOTrlTERS OIL CITY. PA.