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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK. Editor 4 Proprktor. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1905. Thk Beef Trust is forcing us to lead the Simple Life whether we want to or not. Pittsiiuro wants more money and less taxes, but these are things that don't mix in many municipalities. Thk Kansas Legislature has killed an "autl-snilcbing bill." We don't know what that is, but think it was quite a sale thing to kill. An Oklahoma girl fainted upon being kissed. She should come East and get inured to it. It really isn't so bad when you know how. We don't see bow Mr. Carnegie can refuse a hero's medal to Mr. Johann Iioc! who has gotten along so well with more than twenty wives. Tub Democrats in Congress are still trying as bard as ever to find an issue. The latest is tbat tbey are endeavoring to make one out of Gen. Miles. Those scientists who bave been sitting up at night to tell that there was radium In the sun, are no friends of ours unless they tell us how to get it out. Those Iowa students who bave acquit ted Othello of the murder of bis beautiful Desdemona should look Into the case of Mr. Shylock and report at once, as the public may be mistaken in him also. A few days ago, Senator Do! liver of Iowa made a notable speech on the Trusts and the Democrats put forward Joe Bai ley of Texas to answer him. Senator Bailey, however, has requested "some thing easier." TnosE conversant with the German lnnguage can appreciate the aptness of the following, taken from the Meadvllle Tribune-Republican: "The latest Chicago bigamist can at least be convicted of in dulging in a continuous Iloch-zeit." The Democrats In the House at Wash ington have again refused unanimous support to the leadership of John Sharp Williams. There doesn't appear to be much concern whether Williams resigns the leadership or the leadership resigns bim. In Germany it is being contended that poker is not a game of chance, and in Missouri it is now asserted tbat horse racing is not a game of chance. Every where neither poker or horse raciug is a game of chance to people who haven't chance to win. Mr. Bryan's paper remarks that "Speaker Cannon is talking very much like a man convinced that be can sit in the speaker's chair and do a lot of White House thinking." As the probable Dem ocratic nominee in 1SK8, is Mr. Bryan prudently intimating that Uncle Joe Is not his choice for an antagonist? The more people learn about President Roosevelt, the better they are convinced that he is very much in earnest in every thing that be does; that he means to be President in all tbat the term implies, and tbat when be talks be means every word that he says. Politicians do not take kindly to that sort of an executive, but the people will be with bim unani mously. Blizzard. The records of the Washington courts show tbat the number of men arrested last year for whipping their wives was larger than ever before. That shows the need of such punishment as tbat provid ed in Representative Adams' bill. Mr. Adams was right In saying that wife beaters are sent to jail at the expense of the taxpayers without its having any ef fect on their cowardly and brutal conduct. No child under 14 years of age should be permitted to work iu a factory, and it is a source of gratification that there is a fair prospect that such a law will be passed by the legislature. State Factory Inspector Delaney says that Pennsylva nia is the only state north of the Mason and Dixon line that does not have the 14-year limit. The sooner the state is rid of tbat shameful exception in its be half the better. A legislative apportionment bill in creasing the representation to the bouse of representatives from two hundred and four to two hundred and seven has been introduced in the House at Harrisburg by Mr. McWhinney, of Allegheny. The bill gives Allegheny county eight addi tional representatives; Philadelphia, Lu zerne and Lackawanna two each, and Blair, Cambria, Clearfield, Fayette, Jef ferson, Northumberland and Westmore land counties one each. The counties of Adams, Bedford, Bradford, Bucks, Cen ter, Chester, Clarion, Columbia, Craw ford, Huntingdon, Indiana, Lancaster, Lycoming, Mercer, Montgomery, Schuyl kill, Susquehanna and Wayne each lose one representative. Whether the bill passes or not depends upon whether the counties adversely afiected are strong enough to prevent it. The work of substituting electricity for steam is progressing with such immense strides thnt another decade may relegate the steam locomotive to the company of the stage coach and canal packet. In comparing notes on the latest changes in motive power the Wall Street Journal says: The nineteenth century was the age of steam, the twentieth century is to be emphatically the age of electricity. No one can safely predict the limits to which electrical development will pro ceed, but it is safe to say that at the end of this century, conditions of life upon the globe will be wonderfully changod from those which now exist, 1 y reason of the ability of men to control this mys terious, but wonderful force to their ad vantage. We are now actually engaged in transmitting speech without wires, and are dreaming of the transmission of power without wires. We are truly liy iug in a time of wonders. The 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 none but the best in our line, and ask no more than you pay for the ordinary article. It Eagle Rock. The woodohuck saw bis shadow. Six weeks more of good hard winter. We will appreciate the "good old summer time." Last Tbuisdny while cutting ice on tho river, John Greek bad the misfortune to fall into the water. The water being deep and the current rapid the man was unable to swim and be was swept to the lower edge ol the hole, and was about to go un der the ice when he was caught by Frank McFarlane, and others assisting they got the man out. The weather being very cold be was takeu with a chill and went to bed feeling badly. In the evening he got up for supper, thinking he was better, aud starting down stairs lost bis balance and fell. When picked up lie was found to be severely hurt. A physician was summoned and when the unfortunate victim was examined it was found tbat three ribs were broken, his skull frac tured, besides several other bruises, and at ibis writing be is in a critical condi tion, but improving slowly. Al. Coltz and Chester Johnson made a business trip to Titusville last week. Miss Susie Kail was visiting friends a few days last week at Centreville. Mr. Stevens made a business trip to Oil City Thursday. Several of our young folks, and some that are not so young, attended the dance at President last Friday eveniug. News has been received here that Lory Thompson, who went to bis home with felon on bis finger, of which note was made iu these items last week, bas de veloped blood poison and bis finger will bave to be amputated. G. L Ball and M. A. Cunningham were business visitors to Oil City Monday. Frank .nek of President was a caller in town Saturday. James SparK, who has been working In the lumber woods ol W. Va., is the guest of bis folks this week. The Eagle Rock man who traded bis wife for a fiddle says be knew bis needs better than his critics. He says there is a time in the life of every man when be hungers for a change from one kind ol music to another. He says he was tired of vocal music and wanted to try Instru mental awhile. Now, can you blame him? Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norton of Hickory were etiests of Mr. and Mrs. John F, Henderson over Sunday. Andrew Swansnn of Tidioute was the guest of Mr, and Mrs. James Vincent last Thursday. Au oil rig is being erected on the Stev ens farm. The company is known as J. F. Henderson it Co. This location will be their No. 1. Wearain hopes a nice gasser will I e found. It's such a job to cut wood. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vincent, were visit ing friends and telatives at Tidioute Sat urday and Sunday. Whist-lino Rufcs. A Righteous Protest. A correspondent at Lickingville, writ ing to the Clarion Democrat, offers the following righteous protest against the dissemination of unfounded reports about tbat community in general and the case in point in particular: "We have been reading what bas been reported in the papers concerning the re cent tragedy which took place a mile west ot here and feel tbat justice to our own community demauds some corrections. In the first place the people connected with this awful affair w re not uatives of this part of the country at all, having lived but a few weeks on tbe Kagle farm, few people around here knowing of fhelr existence. We make no pretentions to perfection, neither do we claim that nothing unrighteous is ever done. We bave the same evils to contend with tbat are lound elsewhere and that ought not to be, but we bave law-abiding citizens In and around Lickingville, God-fearing people who would not willingly or inten tionally injure anyone. In one report we read that (be murdered boy was bur ied on Suuday morning, in the c othes be wore when murdered. The truth is be was buried on Monday afternoon, bad a decent, inexpensive coffin, clean, new, respectable burial clothes prepared by pitying neighbors. lie was buried in tbe cemetery at Washington church. Tbe funeral sermon was preached by Rev. L. L. Haviland, to a fair congregation from tbe words "Thou sbalt not kill." We are not altogether heathen and no not bury people like dogs, and we decidedly protest against all tbe meanness and vice for miles around being centered and heaped upon Lickingville. We are get ting tired of all the unkind, uncharitable and unjust things said about us which we are compelled to bear repeatedly. We have no desire to retaliate but would gently remind our accusers of tbe story of people who live in glass bouses." State of Ohio City, ofTolf.do, 1 Lccus County, j Frank J. Ciiknky makes oath that be is the senior partner of tbe firm of F. J. Cheney fc Co., doing business in the City ot Toledo, County and State afore said, and that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Hall's Ca tarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in mv presence, this Ctu day ot December, A. P. 1890. seal. A. W.GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taker! internally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of tbe system. Send for testimonials, free. Startling Dm True. People the world over were horrified on learning of the burning of tbe Chicago theatre In which nearly six hundred peo ple lost their lives, yet more than five times this number or over 3,000 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 Cuugh Remedy. A great many who had every reason to fear pneu monia have warded it oil' by the prompt use of this remedy. The following is an instance of this sort: "Too much cannot be said in lavorof Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and especially lor colds and in fluenza. I know that It cured my daugh ter, Laura, of a severe cold, and I believe saved her life when she was threatened with pneumonia." W. D. Wilcox, Lo gan, N. Y. Sold by Dr. J. C. Dunn. There is no getting behind the fact that the Helios heating stove Is the king of all radiating heaters, and tha combus tion of gas in this stove is tbe most per fect. As a roducer of gas bills it has no equal. H. E. McKinloy is the sole agent In Tionesta. tf Farmers' Institute at Clnrlngton. The farmers ol Harnett township and vicinity will bold two-day's institute at Clarington, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 17 and IS. These meetings are nublic and free aud everybody is cordially invited to attend and participate in all the tran sactions and discussions. As will be seen by the following program tbe discussions cover a wide range of subjects, of Inter est not only to the agriculturist, but to eyery citizen as well: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEB, 17. Music. Prayer. Address of welcome, J. J. Henderson. Response, Dr. I. A. Thayer. How to build up a ruu down farm, Prof. J. M. Hantz. The farmer's cow; how to make her profitable, L. W. Lighty. The principles of stock feeding, Dr. I. A. Thayer. The steam engine and its use on our farm, D. U. Waits. Prntitable poultry; bow to manage, C. E. Matthews. FRIDAY EVENING, Music. Question Box, A practical education for the farmer, D. H. Watts. The centralization of public schools, Mrs. Mary A. Wallace. Sunshine, L. W. Lighty. Our homes, Prof. J. M. Hants. Home hygiene, Dr. I. A. Thayer. SATURDAY MORNING, FER. 18. How to grow a grass crop, Prof. J. M. Hantz. Vaule, care and application of farm manure, L. W. Lighty. Feed and care of dairy herd, D. H Watts. Feeding cattle for profit, W. A. Croas muii. Tbe clovers as fertilizers, Dr. I, A. Thayer. Tbe country home; it's sanitation, etc., Mrs. Mary A. Wallace. The value of good roads, Dr. J. J. Brewer. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Question box. Soiling and soiling crops, L, W. Llgbty. Should road tax be paid in cash, Joseph Hall. How to grow a grass crop, Prof. J. M, Hantz. The farmer's garden, J. Calvin Work. Soil moisture, Dr. I. A. Thayer. The dairy herd and stable, D. H. Watts. SATURDAY EVENING. Music. Question box. Domestio science, Mrs. Mary A.Wal lace. Essay "Home," Mrs. Martha Work. Education lor our boys aud girls; what and bow, L. W. Lighty. Essay- "Education," Mrs. Anna Thrush. Home hygiene, Dr. I. A. Thayer, The IIc.l I'hynlo. When you want a physio that is mild and gentle, easy to lake and certain to act, always use Chamberlain's Stoiuacb ana liiver Tablets, Hold by Dr. J. (J. Duuu. A ;l AKATKKI IT HE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Druggists refund monoy If Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case, no mat ter of how long standing, in 6 to 14 days. First application gives ease and rest. 50c. If your druggist hasu't it send 50c in stamps and it will be forwarded post-paid by me fans Medicine uo St. lkuis, Alq TO PLEASE THE WOMEN. The rlllnbiirg Ili.palrh Has Aildrd n New Section to Its Wonderful Sunday Edition, The Pittsburg Dispatch has beyond all doubt solved tbe problem of pleasing the women. Commencing Sunday, February 5, Tbe Dispatch will Increase tbe size of the paper by adding an entirely new six- page -12-column section which will be a delight to tbe hundreds of thousands of women who read that paper and which, If possible, will matte it more popular than ever. It is by far tbe most preten tious woman's section ever incorporated into a Sunday newspaper. Expense has been a secondary'consideration with Tbe Dispatch, its one purpose being to fur nish something tbat will be just what women like. The Dispatch bas succeed ed in doing this and the large increase in its circulation which is bound to result irom tbe new section will evidence its success. Those who secure a copy of next Sunday's edition can Judge for themselves, for it is not possible to give a faint idea of tbe delightful entertaining features which will make up Tbe Dis patch's New Womau's section. February clearance sale at Hopkins'. Sick Headache. This distressing silmant results from a disordered condition ol the stomach. All that is needed to effect a cure is a dose or two of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. In fact, the attack may be ward ed oil', or greatly lessened in severity by taking a dose of these tablets as soon as tbe first symptom of an attack appears. Sold by Dr, J. C. Dunn. A Raro Opportunity. The Real Estate Agency of C. M. Ar- ner & Son, Tionesta, Pa., has a tract ot nearly 810 acies for sale. Contains a good nous? and barn, and about 200 acres cleared and under cultivation. Tbe property is known sb the "old Fox es tate," located at Lynch, Howe township, Forest county, along the Sheffield & Tionesta railroad. Included in tbe tale will be the royalty from about 20 produc ing wells. Call on or address C. M, Ar Deri Son as above. Chamberlain's CoiikIi Kemrdy the Mother's Favorite. The soothing and healing properties of this remedy, its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a fav orite with people everywhere, It is es pecially prized by mothers of small chil dren, for colds, croup and whoopinir cough, as It contains no opium or other harmful drug, it may be given as confi dently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by Dr. J , I . uunn. February clearance sale at Hopkins'. Promptly ol)Ilnwl, or FCC RETURNED. tO YISRS' IXPERIINCI. UurCHARQKS ARE THE LOWEST. Send rauUil, photo or nkcuh fur expert Mrrh and froe report on patentability. INFRINGEMENT lulu conducted before all court 1'aU-nu obtained through 11R, AOVER. TISIO and SOLD, free. TRADE-MARKS, PEN. IONS and COPYRIGHTS quickly obtained. Opposite U. 8. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D. C. PROCLAMATION. Whkrkas, The Hon. W. M. Lindsoy, President Judge of tbe Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in -and for the county of Forest, has ixsued bis pre cept for holding a Court of Common rieas, Qunrter Sossions of the Peace, Orphans' Court; Oyer and Terminer and tumoral Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to commence on tbe Fourth Monday 6f February, being tho 27th day of February, n'wii. No tico is thereforo given to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peaco and Con stables ot said county, that they bo then and there in tholr proper persons at ten o'clock A. M ol said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their olllce appertain to be done, and to those whoare bound in recogniziinco to prosecute against the prisoners llmt are or shall bo in thojitil of Forest County, Hint they may be then and thore to prosecute against thorn as shall be iust. Given un der my hand and seal this 30th day of January, A, 1). 1!HS. GEO. W. NOBLIT, L.8. Sheriff. Till II, LIST. List of causos set down for trial In the Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, commencing on tho Fourth Monday of February, 1!K)5; 1. John W. Baxter vs. M.V. Patterson, J. E. Beck, George Brown, trading as Patterson, Beck A Brown, No. 50, Sep tember term, 1901. Appeal from J P. 2. Fred Morck vs. J. G, C. tSlgworth, No. 28, February term, l'.MM. Replevin. 3. O. W. Proper, EuRetta Proper, F.C. Proper, EIHe Walters vs. J. G. C. Sig wortb, No, 25, February torm, l'.HU. Summons in action of trespass. 4. Leo ta Hoover vs. John Hoover, No. 3, February term, 1901. Divorce. 5. The Gerry Veneer ,to Lumber Co., vs. Tbe Gale Company, No. 7, Sept. Term, 1904. Summons in Assumpsit. 6. George M. Miller vs. J. M. Horn is and Harry Remis, partners doing busi ness as J. M. Bern is A Son, No. 17, Sep tember Term, 1004. Summons in As sumpsit. Attest, J. -C.GEJST, lVotlionotary. Tionesta, Pa., January 30; 1905. Confirmation Notice. Notice Is hereby given that the follow ing accounts have been tiled iu my olllce and will be presented at the next term of Court for con Urination : First and tins! account of A. E. Stone ciphe, Administrator of estate ot Clara It. Towler, deceased, late of Marienville, Jenks township, Forest county, Pa. Second and final account of A. E, Stoned pher, Administrator of estate of S. 8. Towler, deceased, late of Marien ville, Jenks township, Forest countv, Pa. J. C. UK 1ST, Clerk of Orphans' Court. Tionesta, Pa., January 30, 1905. WHITE PINE Flooring, Siding, and material for Window Casings aiul Inside Work. ' A good supply to select from always in stock. Call on or address. JAS. J. LANDERS, TIONESTA, PA. or F. l AMPLER. S. L HASLET & GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA, PENN good painter knows a good thing when he sees it. He knows that Lucas Paints (Tinted Gloss) spread easier and go (arther than other paints. He knows they are made of pure mate rials by a reliable house of sixty years' experi ence. He knows they cost less all around. He knows they turn out better in the end. So does his dealer. Ask him. John Lucas & Co Philadelphia X 3 Pennsylvania UAILUOAD. 1 BUFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Takinir eiloet, November 27th, 1901. No. 30 Buffalo Express, daily except Sunday 11:01a. in. No. 82 Oil City and Pittsburg Exr ress.daily.except Sunday ..7:18 p.m. Oil City Accommodation Hun days only 8:08 p, m. For Hickory.Tldioute, Warren, Kinzua, Bradford, Glean and the East : No. 31 Olean Exprosn, daily except Sunday 8:4-1 a. in. No. 33 Pittsburg Express, daily except Sunday 4:45 p. in. Olean accommodation, Sun days only 0:28 a. ni. For Time Tallies stul additions! Infor mation consult Ticket A Kent. W. V. A'lTEKBUKY, J. h. WOOD. tJeneral Mannycr. Passenger Trsllic M rr. (JKO. H. Ho YD, (ion'l Pas-eiiKer Atft. Wanted-An Idea Who can think of ftmne simple tiling tulMitrtu? Prrct vour Incas; Upt nmy liriiiK ynu woruih. Wrlw J6IIN WKDHKHHUHN CO., I'utcnt Attor ncn. Washington, 1). ('..(or their fl.Hu prlco utler aud Uat of mo liuuUreU lureutluus wauled. Ijey auuuu uamtci Miuna t SALE OF CARPET SAMPLES -.FOR RUGS, Each sample is full 1 yards in length, making a desirable size rug. We are closing out these sample pieces at the following prices Extra Tapestry Brussels ami Velvets, sold at 85 j to $1.00 per yard price per piece (1 J yd) $ .08 Welton Velvets and Ax minsters, sold at SI 20 and $1 25 per yd. Price per piece (li yds) 1.48 Best Ax minsters, sold at 81 40 per yd. 1'rice per piece, (1 yards) . 1.05 1-4 OFF ON ALL FURS. Mr. Clothing Buyer, IT'S IT IF TO you. No such Clothing as we offer you bas ever been ottered at these prices. All Suits and Overcoats thst were $0 to $7.50; Inventory price 4.00 All Suits and Overcoats that were $S to !l; Iuvontory price 8.00 All Suits and Jlvercoats that were f 10 to $11 J$5; Inventory price 8 50 All Suits and Overcoats tbat were $12 to $14; Inventory price 10.00 All Suits and Overcoats that were $l.i, $lti, $17 and $1S; Inventory price 1350 AU Suits and Overcoats that worn $20, $22 and $24; Inventory price lfl.00 All Suits and Overcoats that were $25to$2.S; Inventory price 20.00 These are the low st prices st which clothing will be sold ' this season. ; THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST. , OIL CITY. PA. Fred. .Orottcnbcrgor GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil oil Tools, Has or Water Kit tiiifrsatidOeueral Hlacksini tiling prompt ly done at Ixiw Kates. Repairing Mill Machinery fciven special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in rear of and just west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. " Your patronage solicited. KRED. OUETTEN RKKftKR PRACTICAL ' BOILER MAKER. ltepnir.H ISoilcrs, Stills, Tanks, Agitator. Iltipt and Sella Neeoml - hand Holler), F.to. : Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End nfSiispersion Bridge, Third ward, OIL CITl, ' IMILWAY. TUMIE TABLE To Take Effect July Gib, 1903. WFIQ&TIOIuTA NORTH Eastern Time SOUTH 3 1 "Stations ) 2 4" p. in a. in Leave Arrive p.ni.lp.ni 7 00 Nebraska fl 50 7 30 Ross Run tl 30 7 40 Lamentation' 8 20 7 4.r) Newtown Mills is 1 45 00 Kelloltvillo.- 1 00 fl 00 1 55 8 15 Ruck Mills 12 455 50 2 05 H 25 Mayburg 12 35 5 40 2 20 8 40 Poi key 12 10 5 30 2 25 8 45 Minister 12 05 5 25 2 30 8 50 Wellers 11 55 5 20 2 40 0 00 Hastings 11 40 6 10 2 55 0 15 Rlue Jav 11 30 4 55 3 10 ( 30 Honry'B Mill 11 00 4 40 3 25 50 Harnes 10 40 4 25 3 45 1000 Sheffield 10 30 4 15 p.m a. in Arrive Lrfiave a. ni. p.in T. D. COLLINS, President. CHICHESTER'S EWSU '9 ... 0' 17 1 Nnfc. Ahvnr rf Until.-. Lnillc. iwk Prnculst foi ill lir.vn it i:ia.lMi in It.-d and Uultl int'liilltc iMixt"), M'ult'il with blue rihbun. Tali. n otlir. KrfiiNr daiiiKTiins nutatl. lutiitn. i.ml linKalloiiM. liuvul' vmir l)ruirK!t, nr Kind lr. in slump', fur 'nrll. ii Ian,. T. kI. i InU ml "Kclit-r for I.ii.IIch." in trttrr, l rrli.rn tlnll. 10.000 Tcslunuumla, Hold by all DniKKixls. CHICHEBTKB OHXMiOAt, CO. B100 7Iu.ll.uo N.Ur. I'lllLA., PA. Mention thlt ..pen Tcka Laxai H Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 i Final Clearance Sale 9 jv, av mv ,K .' W 1 ., Iff .T. 1 J.J V t 1.1 SJ 2M.. - Advantageous Buying Opportunities in popular priced "J"ailoring Wc must have the stock room ior goods soon to arrive and it is up to you to do the rest. Men's Suits any Style in Single or Double Breast. Our Free Pants Offer, $4.00 l'ants free with every Suit or Overcoat order, FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. Glasaow Woolen Mills Co., WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS. 11A CENTRE street. No Fit, No Pay, " fJ, 1 EVERYTHING 1 Confining our line strictly to the Hard ware business we are prepared as no others in I lie C'iriinitin'ly to supply your every need iu that line. If it's a .Stoic, linage. Stove lMpo, KI tcli on Ware, or a y tiling iu Supplies f..r Lumber men, Meeluuiles or Farmer., ' we have it in stock. IJIacksmithiiig aud vehicle repairing while you wait Call and look us over. We can fit you out at moderate cost. We can also 'Vet y..u right" in anythiuk in tho line of a . . . Wagon or Buggy. J- C. SCOWDEN. Li M F0HEST COUNTY TIONESTA, PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, Time Deposits Solicited.. Will A. Waynh Cook, A. n. Kklly.' Casbior. DI RBOTO H8 President, A. Wayno Cook, Q. W. Robinson, Win. Smearbaugb, N. P. Wheoler, T. F. Rltchey. J. T. Dale, . J. II. Kelly. Collodions remitted for on day of pr.yraont at low.ratos. , We promise our custom ors all the bonoflts consistent with conservative b king. Interest piid on time deposits. Tour patronage respectfully solicited. To Cure a CoM-in'On of all Gr w I g.l T E Men's Overcoats, Long, Short or Medium, Tight or Belted Back. rir mtv qa wil. wi I r . rn, is the Glasgow way." -IN- u D : .! 15 HARDWARE. NATIONAL BANK, 150.000. $42,000. pay Four Ver Cent, per Annum. Wm. Smkarbaugh, Vice PresUlon Bay Cures Crip in Two Days. on every twv box. 25c.