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J. c. WENK, Ioitor 4 PnomnTon. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 21, 1905. 1905 JUNE 1905 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. 8a. lZZZj lj5 J78 J10 11 1213 1415 16 17: 118 19 20 21 22 23 24! 2b 2627 28 29 30 L 1 kiln MOON'S PHASES. 0S P Quitter 10 O 8:04 Mooo VL Quarter 17 ?2 24 a Itepublienn Ticket. lfe Treasurer, J. I,KK PLUMMKB. Superior Qjurt Jmhics, 1'IIAKLKS K. KICK. JAMES A. BEAVER. (JEOKUE . ORLADY. COl'NTY. Aiumeiate Judge, DAVID B. SHIELDS. J'rotlionotary, f c, J. O. GEIST. fjheri(T, A. V. STKOUP. Cbnn.V CommiMiunfi'S, ANDREW WOLF, LEONARD AG NEW. A Htlitors, W. H. STILES. CHAS. F. KLINESTIVEK. Jury Commissioner, J. n. EDEN. Mrs. Wheeler Writes Entrrtaiiilnlj ol the Holy Land. . Ttie following letter w written by Mrs. N.P. Wheeler to the Shakespeare Club, of Tidioute, of which she is a member: Mr Dkak Friends: According to promine I shall try to send yuu a greeting from this land of Syria, aa very poor apology for not fulfilling tny duties iu preparing my papers to be lead iu the Club. We left Egypt with regret, and awaited anxiously the moment of land ing from thn ship which bore us Irom Port Said to Jaffa. We bad heard or travelers uol being able to land at the latter port for twenty days. The rocks are very numerous and the harbour very insecure, but we were favored with bright skies and a Bea aa calm as a mill pond, and onr gallant crew carried the Crosley party in, triumphantly passing a Cook's tourist bout on the way, much to the chagrin of the latter'a passengers. Aa it was the 22d of February, we Americana all felt that it was in honor of the day we won the victory. A drive about Jaffa gave us a glimpse of the orange groves and pretty gardens, and also took us out to see Tabitlia's house and tomb. How surprised the faithlul Dorcas would have been could she have looked forward down the long ages and have seen the stream of pilgrims visiting the old site of her house and picking np a pebble near her tomb. We also walked to Simon the Tanner's home, and the filth and squalor through which we passed is totally indescribable. Our pigs in America inhabit much clean er habitations than some we saw and we wondered how Petor could have had any heavenly visions in such a spot. But when our dragoman bad dispersed the crowd of beggars with his whip and wo had ascended to the house top, then the view before us was enchanting the blue Mediterranean, the red roofed houses, the graceful date puluis, the charming Orien ll atmosphere. We could see why peo ple go to the houso tops for prayer and meditation. We took the train, a funny little affair looking liko a ten cent tin toy train, and wont through an interesting country up to Jerusalem. We made ten or twelve miles mi hour which gave ua time to view the landscape o'er. We spent a busy day and happy week in Je rusalem, visiting the bacrod places with Bible in hand, tryiug to locate (he various sites of tomb and tomple, aud always with the feeling that although we may not have seen the exact spot, yet we knew that our dear Saviour walked these same streets, looked on these same bills and wept over this very city of Jerusalem nineteen hundred years ago. The Jews of old have left lew traces of their lives in stone. This Is in such marked con trast to the way in which (he Egyptians wrote thoir histories in enduring tablets as plain to-day as they were five or six thousand years ago. It waa doubtless this custom of carving the gods on so many temples that was the reason for the second command men t boing so strongly enforced. I never knew the meaning of graven image until I went to Egypt. I was not pleased with either the places of Christ's birth at liothlohem or His sepul chre in Jerusalem. The tawdry altars of Greek and Armenian churches takeaway the M.lemiiity. I felt as if I would like to w-p away all the discordant signs of tbe vriou sects who quarrel over these revered anil set up a plain granite .?ruK or a ituile pavilion to protect and point out tin1 fcpm. I cauiml tell you ol our trip to Jericho, or the long Uiorniu 6eut on the Temple area. I nliunld like to describe the fasci Udtiug bazaars teeming with olive wood aud mother of pearl souveuir. I thould like U iluM-rihe the lioilooin fheikljn, the closely veiled women. Hie queer batted liree). prle.iu, tin- lour locker! Jewn with lor hat, tiie i;rovii. of every nationality; ouelolot I'.untiuii pilgrims cniue to the church ol tin; U )lv bepulchre and kissed tvory ot'jucl jl veijoi.Hioii with un air of aLwurhoil diAi-lion. i.ut I must hartteu oil or uvtiii Mi.-, l'tuv.-, ,n will be ready to go home beloie loY Uiu 4r, elided. Wo relumed to Jli.., hailed fur Ilaiia bud drove lii'ly-lwo uiiiu to Tiburiax on liie Sea (if Oaliloe. Klitying over night iu Xa.ilelii. Oil, my tre nds, I it.h you on Id have seen llio Huh els on the I'Uiiis id hidioeiuii. Cyclamens uruwing wild u coiuiiiuu as our dandelions, aueuuoue, roil, pink aud white, all kinds of new blossoms that I never saw before, many of them fragrant aa violets, and then the many points ol historical interest and finally our sail on the beautiful Sea of Galilee. We came back to Haifa over the same road but a strong wiud had been blowing ftir two days and we knew by the palm trees' wild wsvlug that the sea would be rough. We faced the sit uation, about a mile out from t-hore our ship was anchored, between it and us was a consuully shifting line of huge breakers terrifying to behold. Behind us was a week to wait In Haifa for an other boat. We all decided to venture. The party and the baggage could not all go in one boat, so both were divided, but our boat was too heavily loaded and we stuck on the saud. Manfully the sailors worked, standing up to their middle in the raging foam. (I neglected to say that we were carried out on the backs of the men like so many sacks of meal.) We could not get off until the incoming breakers washed us free. It was very much like wsiting for tooth to be drawn, as each breaker seemed to be higher than the last. Would we ride the wave or would we go under? Aa several ' men were drowued lately by their boat capsizing under like circumstances, the situation was grave in the extreme, but finally after much going up, up, uppy and down, down, downy, we reached the ship. One wave dashed over me and tilled my month, ''which waa open, of course," I can hear Mrs. Curtis say. Our baggage, some of it, was soaked, and when we arrived at Beyrout the kind owner of the hotel put his own beautiful home at our disposal and we had a grand opening in the large stone paved hall. Nothing of any consequence waa injured and we were all very thankful tl at we were safely out of Haifa. Later: I am finishing this in Damas cus, where we arrived this afternoon. We came by cog wbeel railroad over the Anti Lebanon mountalus. The views were fully as fine as Switzerland and at the height of 4S00 feet we came into a ver itable old fashioned snow storm. Mr. Wheeler nearly jumped out of the win dow when he saw the tamiliar drifts 3 or 4 leet deep. This is the firs, storm we have seen since we sailed, so really the sunshine was getting monotonous. I have just ordered a fire in a diminu tive stove. Two men came in and jab bered Arabic. Then one went and brought some diminutive roots and -between them Ibey started a fire which went out as soon as they did, and I have been trying madly to get it to burn. There is one thing about the wholo afiair that is not diniiiiutiva and that is the bill. Mr. Wheeler and Kae have gone with the party to the Bazaars but you see I must get this letter in the post snd hope it will reach you all safely and bear a largo portion of love for each one of you dear ladies. I shall ex; ect to see you at Bor, niebrae sometime this summer and hope you will have the uew railroad built down the east side of the river, or maybe it is my trolley, who koowsT Goodbye, with warmest atlection, Yours, Rachel A. S. Whkklkk. Damascus, March 8, 1005. There will bo no "divvies" in mar riage fees hereafter by the Protestant clergymen of Oleau, if the following res olution recently adopted by them is re ligiously "stuck to:" "Whereas, as min isters of the gospel of Jesus Christ, in Olean, X. Y., we believe the ordinance of marriage to be a sacred ceremony, estab lished by the Almighty for the establish ment and protection of the home; and whereas, a custom has grown up in our city whereby the porters at hotels and hackmen have demanded ol the minis ters a division of the marriage fee; the outcome' of this pernicious and degrading custom we are well assured haa been corrupt practice. We therefore deetn it our duty to make this public statement and ask the papers iu neighboring townB and cities to copy the same, so that the widest circulation may be given thereto. We whose names here appear have or never will we Irom this date give to ho tel porters or employes or hackmen any share or division of fee to thus induce the said parties to give to us the performance ot the marriage ceremony." It is a cold day w hen the "grafter" fails to get in his nefarious work now-a-davs. l.ov-rair tlxranion la oil O'T ! Tims tillr via I'musylvMBla Knllroait 8IOO KKWAItll, I(M). The readers of this paper will be pleased to leant that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its st-iges, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh One is tho only positive cure known to thn medical fra ternity. Catarrh lieing a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Mall s Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly apon the blood and mucous surface of the system, there by destroving the foundation of the dis ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The pro prieiors have so much faith in its cura tive powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for anv case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CH EX EY CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's r'umily Pills are theliest. Democratic Primaries. The Democratic primaries were held In this county on Saturday last, resulting in the nomination of the following ticket; Associate Judge, P. C. II ill, of Tlonesta; Sheriff, G. C. Miller, of Tlonesta; county commissioners, Philip Emert of Tiynes ta, F. A. Keller, late county treasurer, ot Howe; auditor, Sam T. Carson, of Tionests; jury commissioner, J. P Castner, of Jenks. , But two places were contested for and on those the totals were aa follows : ASSOCIATE JUDOE. P. C. Hill 204 H. H. McClelland 165 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. F. A. Keller 230 Philip Emert 210 Peter Youngk 140 Wm. Fitzgerald 107 The total vote cast in the county was 3fi9. - Cream of the Sews. Wise is he who knows which half to believe. The famous M. Wile Co. clothing is what we handle, and every suit is guar anteed, with prices reasonable. Hopkins Too many toasts to good health may make you ill. Famous "Table Queen" bread and other "bakery" at tho White Star Gro oery. None bolter. Save gaa bills and overheated kitchens by getting your baked goods here. It It takes a man of wisdom to utilize half he knows. None liner than the Strootmau shoe for ladies, and none better than the Douglas shoe for men. Hopkins is sole dealer in Tlonesta for both. It Fortunate Is the girl who knows more than to look pretty. Any person desiring a complete course in shorthand at a coat of only $15 00, can receive full information by writing Forest F. Shotip, 108 flush St., Buffalo, N. Y. tf A friend in need la all right, II be doesn't need too much. Summer suits are now just in their prime, and the prime styles and qualities are to be found at Hopkins', where the stock is kept up to Ihe times, and tho prices are always right. It Mostof us are full of sympathy when it doesn't cost us anything. San-Cura Ointment positively cures piles, eczema and any skin diseases, 2oc and 50c. Ask for a free sample. tl Some people are too suspicious to ever enjoy the real thing. The laxative effect of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agreeable and so natural that you do not realize it is the effect ol a medicine. For sale by Dunn t Fulton. If It takes a stout courtship to weather thi storms of nmtriirinn v. My arm was covered with twenty- four ruuning sores and swollen to twice its natural size. San-Cura Oint ment removed the pain, drew out the poison and healed the arm in an in credibly abort time. It is the greatest compound for healing I ever used. I shall always keep San-Cura Ointment in the house. B. D. Dutton, Titnsville, Pa. All druggists, 25c and fide' tf TO t I KE A t OI.I) IN ONK DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund Ibe money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is ou each box. 25c. 25 Cabna Dlnrrhorn. U. S. soldiers who served in Cuba dur ing the Spanish war know what this dis ease is,and that ordinary remedies havelit- tie more e ffectibau so much water. Cuban diarrhoea is almost as severe and danger ous aa a mild attack of cholera. There is one remedy, however, that can always be depeuded upon as will be seen by the following vertincate from Mrs. Minnie Jacol, of Houston, Texas: "I horeby certifv that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my tins- baud of a severe attack of Cuban diar rhoea, which he brought borne from Cu ba. e bad several doctors but thev did him no good. One bottle of this remedy cured him, as our neighbors will testify. I thank God for so valuable a medicine. For sale by Dunn A Fulton. The Good Old Way. A severe cold or attack of la grippe is like a fire, the sooner you combat it the better your chances are to overpower it. But few mothers iu ibis age are willing to do the necessary work required to give a good old-fashioned reliable treatment such as would be administered by their grandmothers, backed by Boscbee's Ger man Syrup, which was always liberally used in connection with the home treat ment of colds and is still iu greater house' hold favor than any known remedy. But even without the application of tbe old fashioned aids German Syrup will cure a severe cold in quick time. It will cure colds in children or grown people. It re lieves tbe congested organs, allays the irritation, and effectively slops tbe cough, Any child will take it. It is invaluable in a household of children. Trial size bottle, 25c; regular size, 75c. For sale by Dunn A Fulton. A ;rAIANTEKl ( I UK FOK 1'II.EM. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Druggists refund monoy it Pazo Ointment tails to cure any case, no mat ter of bow long atauding, in ri to 14 days. First application gives easo and rest. 50c. If your druggist hasn't it send 5oo in stamps and it will be forwarded post-paid by the Paris Medicine Co., St. Lou is, Mo Itciliired Knit lo llnlthnore. Sunday, June 25. Special train will be run on the following schedule and ex cursion tickets will be sold from stations named at rules quoted: Train leaves. rime. Glade JM7 a. m. fl 00 Mruthers (l.M 1 on Warren .5f " 1 on Irvineton lO.Oti " 100 lidioute : 10 84 " 75 Hickorv 10.50 " 75 Tionesta 11.02 " 75 il City Ar.,.11.40 " Titusville. " ...12 20 p. m. Returning, special train will leave 1 i- nsville 7.00 p. in.. Oil City 7.40 p. m., Warren 9.00 p. m. Tickets will be aood iroing only on sp cial train. Returning they will be good only on special train June 25, or regular trains June L'ti. but will not be accepted in parlor or sleepiuu cars. Chil dren between 5 and 12 years of age, half rates. 2t CORP ECT ED EVERY TUESDAY, BY RELIABLE DEALERS Flour V sack - 1.551.S5 Buckwheat Hour. 4 lb .Hi Corn meal, feed, "j UKItb"- 1.25(,U.:10 Corn meal, family, y KXI ft I.0(.i 2 00 Chop feed, pure grain & 1.35 Onts .15 Corn, shelled (a.70 Keans bushel v 2.7.) Ham, sugar cured .. .14 Bacon, sugar cured .1:1 Shoulders .14 Salt Pork, "j ft .12 Wbitelisb kit 50(&fi6 Sugar 6j.07J Svrup 85(u) .50 . if. .uoiasse - ..si Coffee, Roast Rio 10 Coff ee, blended Java .' Tea ..S5a .50 Butter 1.'.18 Rio 05(.09 Kggs, fresh (at. 15 Salt -f barrel - 1.25 l.ara .1 Potatoes, bushel 00 Potatoes, sweet, B ft .21 Lime " barrel 1.25 Nails f keg 2.75 Wool MUi,l Jimt Wlml I'vervnite Sdiniihl Oo. Mr. J.T. Barber of lrwinville, (.., al wys keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's Cone, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand ready for ito-tant usi. Attacks of colic, cholera morbus aud diarrhoea come on no suddenly that thero is no time to hunt a doc.ior or go to the store for modi cine. Mr. Jiarber says: "I have tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy which is one ol the best inodicmuM i over saw. I keep 4 bottle of il in my room as J have bad several at tacks of cole and it has proved U be the best medicine 1 ever used." bold by l'uiin V J- ultou. For the International Convention Unit ed Society of Christian Endeavor, at Hal' timore, Md., July 5 to 10, the Pennsyl vania Railroad Company will sell round- trip tickets to Baltimore, at greatly re duced rates, from all stations on its lines east of and including Pittsburg, Erie, and Buffalo. The rate from Pittsburg will be ?n.00, from Erie $12.00, Buffalo f) 1 oo, with cor responding reductions Irom all other points. Tickets will bo sold on July 3, 4, and 5, good for return passage leaving Haiti mre mi!il July 15, inclusive On pay ment of 1 00 to Joint Agent at Baltimore an extension of return limit to August 31 can bo obtained. Tickets vi'i I hiladeli bia permit stop over within limit, if deposited with Ihe tiekol agiml rft Broad Kliccl Station. Special excursion tickets aro on sale every Saturday and Sunday from Haiti more to Washington and return at rale of 11.25 for tho round trip. Theso tickets are good (or return passage until the last train Sunday night, affording: ample op portunity for delegates to visit the Nu tional Capital. 21 Pound n Core for ly"l'i'lit. Mr. St I.lndssv of Fort W i 1 1 lain. Oil tario, Canada, who has suffered quite a number of years from dyspepsia ami great pains In the. stomach, wns advised by her druifi.'ist lo take Chamberlain's Stomal h and Liver 'l iblels. She did so Hud savs. " I find thl fhf v Icive done me h 'rest ib-sl of good. I have never Imd sny sntVerm since I ocr iu osinfj them." If tro"iled will) dyper'-'iu or mil igi stion w hy not take these Tiilils. tirl. well nnd Btay well? For sain by I'nnri iv Fulton. II tul Voiir Vacation Vrl t Let ua help you t select a nice cnol spot along the line of the Nickel Plate Jioatl. For 1 i-t of hotels, boarding places, resort, anil good eaiupinj; and fishing grounds call on ogt'iit, or address (J. A. Aterlin, I. 1'. A , 807 Siato si . Erie, !'., or ). F. Horner. C. I'. A , ( 'loveland, O. jun28 riONESTA MAHKKTS Notice of Appeals, Notice is herebv given that the Com missioners of Forest County will meet at their office, in the Borough of Tionesta, on the 19th and 20th days of June, 1!5, for the purpose of holding a Court of Ap peals Irom the assessment of money at Interest lor the vear 1905. Conrad Birhknn, A. K. Shipr, Hksry Winkoark, County Commissioners, Attest S. M. Hknry, Clerk. TionesU, p., Mgy 31, 1905. The Summer Event DON'T MISS IT. Oil City, Pa.,- July IS l!, 20, 21, '05 ijjj:t music By the celebrated Northwestern Baud a special feature. A Carnival of Sport. A Whirl of Excitement. Splendid Track and Celebrated Horses. Every Race a Surprise. ITev, New, New, Bright and Clean Wall Paper, Wall Paper Blue and Green. Yes hiiiI Red am Yellow a lid Drown and all sorts id' beautiful new combinations.' New Ideas IN $4 TROUSERS FREE Hot Weather ICE CREAM "Peerless Iceland" FREEZERS Simple, Durable, Speedy 1 to 8 Quarts. H.W.RHU & SON. Decoratina Now slock and (id oh I Dam pies out, cud Im seen at the stand formerly occupied by F. E, Dick's tailor shop. Geo I. Davis, I'lIONE 36. TIONESTA, PA. Wflpmniitly I I Jr-Vn'l rri'Klcl, Klv'-O-tt or (ilolo of invention lull J frifT'-ff.rt. oM jiaO'tiliiMhlv. Jor frrc Iniok, i Opposite U. S. Patent Office . ll.upui nrTftn r t yvHOinintiiun u vs. Kloctrio ( Oimrmilm'il fur l!hi'!MHiiti"lii, Sprains, Horn Kpm, Pains, An. At all dealers THE Summer Man U here, or at leaU ail his belonging, spick, spau, up-to-date and correct in every detail. Those Double J'.reasted Sacks of gray tones, with trousers of tho eamo material, Iseghgeo blurt, l'lt, the proper Tie, fancy Hosiery iu the new Ian shades, and uuiou or two-piece Underwear, not forgetting the Hat, which may be either a soft re It or 1 acbt. Senate Straw tor later on. What It C osts lo Itc a Cor rifl Summer Jinn : Double-Breasted Sack suit or or coat and trousers $10 to f JO NeKlinee Sliirt, famous Star or tjuakpr 1 to )M licit, either tan or black tu match shoes 2-"c to ?1 .30 Correct Neckwear i"c to f l.utl fancy Hosiery, Hue lisle thread or all silk , 2"e to $- Underwear, balbriuirau. wool or union suits iw to M Hat, soil, mellow fell or straw $1 to fo Add the uew Iteduiau collar and pair garters Silo to 75c and vou have the total Summer Man's outfit, minus bis Top I out, which he is presumed to have bouulit, j i;i..o to 5-i..d. THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST.. OIL CITY. PA. Fred. Grettenbenrer (iK NIC It A L BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaiuiiiK lo Machinery, Fn pines, Oil N ell Tools, Gas or Water Fit tiiifrsaiid Uenerul tilncksinithiiiK prouipl- Iv.lr,.. ul I l?it.M tlnitui ri ii tr Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop iu rear of and just west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. GHKTTKNREKHER JQS. If R?lVEl PRACTICAL ROILER MAKER ICcpairs Ituilers Mills, Tanks, Agitators. Itujs and Nells Stconl - hand Holler, Etc. Wire or letter orders promptly ot tended to. Eud of Suspension Bridge, Third ward, OIL CITY, IVi. mi RAILWAY. TIME TJLBLE To Tako KfTect July 0th, Vm. NORTH Eastern Time SOUTH 3 T 1 T tHtions p. in 1 4.V a. in1 7 (Ml; 7 30! 7 40! 7 4.11 S 00 1 to 8 1.1, 2 0.1 8 2.1; 2 20 8 41 ii 2 25 8 4.1 2 l 8 rn 2 40 !) (HI1 2 to i, 1.1 ii 1011 M 3 2.1 9 50 3 4.11100(1 p.mla. in Leave Arrive p. Nebraska Ross Run Lamentation Newtown Mills Kellottville 1 Ruck Mills 12 Mayburg 12 l'oikey 12 Minister 12 Wollers 11 Hastings 11 RluoJav 11 Henry's Mill 11 liarnes 10 Sholliold 10 Arrive Leave a. m. p. 0 '! 00 0 45 ft S.j'5 10 1 o.i;s to5 405 30i 4 004 40 4 304 in. p. T. I). COLLINS, 1'IIKSIDKNT. 1-rumi.tlT aMiunnl. or FEE RETURNED. SO YEARS' IXPKRISNCC. Our CHARGE ARC THE LOWEST. Hi-Ml miNlcl, ilnU or HkeU-ll for e'rt wwd! nni frw rfp"t on rmtcnbiMHty. INFRINGEMENT unit romlurlil lit-fore nil cntirl. lntTit. oht.ilnl Oironrh n. ADVER TISED.inn SOLD, froo. TRADE-MARKS, PEN SIONS anil COrVfllCHTS ijuirkly oUiiiml. Opposlto U. 8. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D. C. r For ji limited timo wo will givo a pair of all wool Trousers absolutely free of charge with every Suit or Top Coat ordered. Now, it's up to you whether you tako advan tage of this clothes propo sition or not. Everything about tho transaction is the same. Same work manship, same linings, same litting, same guar antee, everything the same, except that you get a pair of $4.00 Trousers free with our compliments Suits, Topcoats, 85 M ado to measure Fit Guaranteed If you arc wise ami care to save money you will come ami have a look at the goods any way. We're satisfied to let you judge for yourself after that. Glasaow Woolen Mills Co., WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS. OIL CITY, PA. 11 n CENTRE STREET. PW&Wi EVERYTHING -IN- HARDWARE. (Jonfioing our line strictly to the Hsril- ware bnsiDess we nre prepared as un others in the community to supply your every need io that line. If it's a . .' Move, Hungc, .Stove Pipe, Kitchen Ware, or a ything io Supplies fur Luiubcniieii, Jlecliuulc or Farmer, we bays it iu atock. liUckemithiug aud vehicle repairing while you wuit Call aud look us nvur. We cau lit yuu nut at mndorato eust. We can also 'Vet yi.u right" in anytbiuk iu the liue of a . . . Wagon or Buggy. J. C. SCOWDEN. FOREST COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, TIONESTA, PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, S50.000. $42,000. Time 1)viosUh Solicited. Will jmy Four l'ir Vint, per Ann A.WatnbCoor, President. A. Wnynn Cook, N. V. Wheeler, A. U. Kki.lt. Cunliior. IlIMKCTOKS pvr Annum WM. SMKARRA17GH, Vice President O. W. Rohlimon, Wm. Sniomiinugli, T. V. nitrlmv. ,T. T. Pnln. " T. If. Kellv. Clleetlons remittoil for on -lay ,r w.y ,,. Bt iw nUm, Wd promlw our eiiMtoni ers nil tho benndls cnnsNmnt with wimorvrttlvo hanklni;. Inlorrst PkI on time deposits. Your patronage respectfully solieited. Cut as Crip In Two Days. To Care a Cold in Qm Bay Take ltxailve VTOmO quinine Tablets.? f Seven Million boxe.i scM in pait 1 2 months. TillS SlfiTiature, JfT'JlCyy on every yrmrt' box. 25c.