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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. I. WINK. - COITOR 4 PnOFRIXTOII. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1905. 1905 OCTOBER 1905 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. AAAAAAA J J 10 1112 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 MOON'S PHASES. -k Flnt B f Quarter O &Hoen 13 Quarter 21 TM a-m. a.m. 6iOS a.m. Wow Hoon 28 t-m. Republican Ticket. HTATK. Stale 7Yeasurer, J. LEE PLVMMRR. Supreme Court Justice, JOHN STEWART. Superior Court Judge, CHARLES E.IRICE. JAMES A. BEAVER. GEORGE B. ORLADY. IOINTY. Assoeiate Judge, DAVID B. SHIELDS. Protlionotary, e., J. C. GEIST. Sheriff", A. W. STROUP. County Commissioners, ANDREW WOLF, LEONARD AGNEW. Auditors, W. H. STILES. CIIAS. F. KLINESTIVER. Jury Commissioner, J. B. EDEN. Champ Clark still sees the Democratic rainbow spanning tbe skies, and Is for starting out at once to get whatever is at the end of It, A New York insurance paper speaks of "the reptilo press" in connection with recent revelations. Doesn't it mean the reptile verbatim repnrt? Tbe system by which the president of a life Insurance company fixes his own salary precludes the idea that the surplus will ever lack flexibility. Jatan and Russia are now engaged In the interesting job of counting the cost of the war, and neither wears tbe smile that signities absolute contentment. The eastern Russian port, Vladivostok, is having a boom, now that the war is over, and is glad to say In reviewing the events of the conflict: "Never touched me." What tbe taxpayers of Forest county want in the office of County Commission er is men of experience, good Judgment, backbone.and above all, strictest honesty. Such men are to be found on tbe Repub lican ticket, and their names are Wolf and Agnew. The Republican ticket at tbe bead of this column is worthy the hearty support of every member of the party in the county. Each candidate is peculiarly fit ted for the office lor which be has been named by bis party, and from top to bot tom there is not a blemish on tbe ticket. Clean, honest, capable men, of mature judgment and ripe experience, against wbnm no taint of dishonar has ever rest ed, and who will do their duty without fear or favor. Do you want such to serve you T Then vote the ticket straight. The Democratic-Prohibition candidate for State Treasurer may believe be is go ing to be elected, but this confidence in the success of his campaign is probably not based on the character of tbe recep tion accorded bis candidacy in this section of the state. Here the greeting extended has been so cool as to be almost frosty, and the audiences addressed have been unusually small in size and frigid in manner. In Northwestern Pennsylvania there are no signs to indicate tbat the Republicans are not giving the entire ticket their hearty support this fall. WairenMail. Same here. Press dispatches say that the Republi can majority in Congress will not at tempt tariff revision at the coming ses sion, but will "stand pat." It is difficult to see why a party holding a "royal flush" should not stand pat. Business li booming everywhere. With wheels whirring and hammers clanking and tbe Horn of Plenty turned upside down, pouring the blessings of prosperity Into every lap, why would we be so ungrate ful and nnappreciative as to invite the in terference of the tariff tinkers? When your watch Is running all right and keep ing reasonably perfect time It Is not wise to pry into it with a crow-bar. Puuxy Spirit. , Tub Derrick puts it in a nnttdittll and bits tbe nail squarely on the head when it says: "No candidate for Statu Treas urer deserves election over the silly issue tbat Mr. Hurry has endeavored to creato over the state money and favored banks, He certainly does not Intend tbat tbe treasurer of tbe state shall keep its money locked up and retired from circulation when there Is no lmmodiate use for it. The banks that borrow money from (lie state pay Interest for its use; they give security for its sale return, and further more they keep it In circulation among the people. The contention of Mr. Berry and Mr. Castle on this question is of small matter. When the Democratic party had control of tbe State Treasury, It was empty, sure enough, and head oyer heela In debt. They were not bothered over the question of loaning the state's money, for there was none to loan." People get very tired of such petty pea nut politics and silly fault finding tac tics. If the Democrats have an Issue why don't they out with it or dry up. if 1 v7 i ANDREW WOLF. ANDREW WOLV. Andrew Wolf, one of tbe Republican nominees for County Commissioner, like bis running mate, Mr. Agnew, Is a plain, capable and honorable man of the people. He was born on tbe old homestead farm at Wolfs Corners, now Jobnlowen, just over the line in Clarion county, Dec. 23, 1S52. Here be was reared to young man hood, working on his father's farm until ready to start in life for himself. Among tbe first of bis business pursuits was tbe establishing of a general store In his neighborhood, and about 16 years ago he purchased a farm and moved across tbe line into Forest county. During these years he has followed farming and doing considerable lumbering in bis commun ity, having a mill on Hemlock creek. He has been successful in whatever pur suit he has engaged, and the main reason has been tbat he baa exercised good judgment and attended strictly to busi ness. His life has been an honrable one, and bis dealings fair and square. In tbe capacity of County Commissioner he would be tbe same as in his private bus iness, attentive, careful and capable, looking after the welfare of his con stituents and transacting their business with as much solicitude as though it were his own. LEONARD AOJiEW. Leonard Agnew, tbe other of tbe Re publican nominees for County Commis sioner has been almost a lifelong citizen of Forest county. Born In Paint town ship, Clarion county, June 12, 1843, he removed with his parents when still young boy to Barnett township, Forest county, and with the exception of a few years spent In Erie and Warren coun ties, has been a continuous resident of our county. So well and favorably la be known, and thoroughly linked with all USING INFERIOR MATERIALS. Evidence Againtt Officials and Con tractors of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Oct. 1G. The hearing In the case of Abraham L. English, di rector of public safety during the ad ministration of. Mnyor Ashbrldge, and four others accused of conspiracy to defraud the city was resumed before Magistrate Eisenhrown. The other defendants are Philip H. Johnson, architect; John W. Hender son and Henry E. Baton, members of the contracting firm of Henderson & Co., and James D. Fln'.py, former build ing inspector. The testimony presented tended to show that In the construction of the new smallpox hospital Inferior ma terials had been Improperly used; that Inspector Finley had reported favor ably upon the work, and thnt the or iginal specifications had been fraudu lently changed. Former Judge Gordon, who prose cuted the case for Mayor Weaver, en deavored to establish the fact that a criminal conspiracy to defraud tho city existed among the defendants in awarding the contract and In the con structlon. THE ABNER M'KINLEY TANGLE. Widow, Newly Married Again, Asked In Court to Give Accounting. Somerset, Pa., Oct. 16. A sensation was created here by the announcement that A. F. Kennedy of New York city had filed exceptions In the local courts to the accounting of Mrs. Annie Mc Kinley, executrix of the estate of the late Abner McKinley, brother of Pres ident McKlnley. Mr. Kennedy has a claim against the estate of $472.00, which he says he Is unable to collect He says In his petition that Mrs McKinley has failed to account foi $80,000 life insurance of the late Abner McKinley, and that she also failed to account for the sum which Abner Mc Kinley received from the estate of his brother William, which Is supposed to have been close to $80,000. To add to the entanglement Mrs McKinley was married on last Monday to John B. Allen of Tampa, Fla., In Rultlmore, and the couple are now sup posed to be on their way to Florida, where they will live. Abner McKinley, who died about two years ago, was sup posed to have been a very wealthy man. Did Not Agree on New Mill. Sharon, Oct. 1C. It has been learned that tho disagreement between Alex ander W. Thompson, president of tho Republic Iron and Steel company, ann John W. Gates, said to be the largest stockholder of the combine, camo about through the "desire of tho latter to build a $2,000,000 wire mill a: Youngstown to compete with the United States Steel corporation. Thompson did not want the mill, claiming It was out of line with tho ether mills of tho company. The an imal meeting will be held at Jersey Cty Oct. 18, when a new president will bo chosen. A pw Varlol)-. A New York woman tells of an ex perience which she hud recently in one of the large department stores. She was looking for some house furnish ings and, walking up to one of the floorwn liters, asked where she could see the candelabra. "All canned good-) two counters to Hie left," miswered the official guide briefly.- Harper's Weekly. '. , J -iV i i . ' i - . f 'I ' If hf : iff f J 4 : ' - W V . - " . LEONARD AGNCW. that has been done for tbe upbuilding and welfare of Forest county has bis life been that be needs no Introduction to its peo pie. From youth up he baa known what it means to bustle for onesself, and dur ing all his career his deallrgs have been open and above board, with uo taint of dishonor clinging to him in any way, Mr. Agnew has been busy man all his life, never being content to be Idle, being always engaged in some enterprise tbat kopt business moving about him. His last active business was In lumbering aud boat building at Tlonesta, at which be would st II be engaged were It possible to obtain tbe timber to work upon. His loug and active business life has fitted bim admirably for such a position as County Commissioner, where his exper ience and training would be of Inestima' ble value to the taxpayers of Forest ccunty in dealing with its multifarious Interests. Those best acquainted with bim know Mr. Agnew to be a man wbo cannot be swerved from the right, and that In every official capacity he has pi oven himself prompt, upright and at tentive to the Interests of the people. A man of excellent judgment In business matters, and especially in such transac tions as are constantly brought before a board of County Commissioners. What the people want in tbe office of County Commissioner is just such men as Len Agnew and Andy Wolf. Men of experience, men of good judgment and wno win give every man a "square deal," and who cannot be swerved one iota from tbe rigbt by any one, be bo rich or poor. Above and beyond all they want honest men to serve them. The Commissioners' office in this county has In the past been wonderfully free from dishonest meu. Let tbe voters see that it is kept so. Dinner at County Home. The dinner given by tbe ladies of the W. C. T. U. at the County Home last Wednesday was another event to be re membered. There were about thirty la dies in attendance and all went with bas kets well filled. Mr. and Mrs. Paup gave us the usual welcome and did everything possible to add to the pleasure of all present. The tables were spread in one of the large dining rooms and about fifty were seated and partook of a splendid dinner. The inmates showed their ap preciation by many expressions of grati tude. A fter tbe dinner was over tbe Rev. W. O. Calhoun conducted a Bhort prayer service wherein be showed us bow little it costs to be a blessing to others, and that we should live not to be ministered unto but to minister. All were given an opportunity to speak a word for tbe Mas ter and much brightness and sunshine was brought into tbe meeting. M. Jj. Abbott, Supt. Press Dept. Cream of the News. Love tbat lacks simplicity isn't love. Coats, skirts and furs, elegant new stock. HopkiuB. It It doesn't pay to own anything you can't pay for. Reznor and Economy Gas Heaters. O. W. Robinson A Son. It An honest man never speculates with other men's money. Anything you want, everything you waut, and all you want of it. Hopkins. It lakes a woman's will to convince a man against bis will, The Tlonesta branch of the Zuver Studio, at tbe City Building, is open Tuesday and Saturday of each week, tf A dead man is soon forgotten unless bis widow marries again. Pimples or any other skin blemish can be cured by Sau-Cura Ointment and San-Cura Medicated Soap, 2."c. All drug gists, tf Don't pass up the certainty of to-day for the uncertainty of to-morrow. Your general health cannot be good unless the kidneys, liver and bladder are right. Thompson's Barosma is a positive cure. 50c and $1.00. tf When a woman drives a man to drink he never stops until be gots there, For anything in fall and winter goods, in either ladies' or gentlemen's wear call on Hopkins. Most complete stock of the season. it Some men would be more likely to take bints if tin y could pawn them, A Wooltex garment always speaks for ilsolf and needs no special puffing. Hopkins is sole dealer here aud has a Una new stock just in. It Too many people are interested in business Unit is none of their business. 1'uylnn a Iti'bt of tJrniiluite. Mr. Mott Allen, foreman, Uuiou City (Pa.) Chair Factory, Bays: "I was badly afflicted with rheumatism for more than eight months; at times had to got np at 11 o'clock and stay up Ihe bsliince of the night; could not dross myself without the aid of my wife; am now entirely cured, and by the use of only one 50c bottle of Crocker's Rheumatic Remedy. For sale by Dunn A Fulton, pharmacists, Tionesta, For fifteen years I was aillicted with inflammation of tbe kidneys and pains in the groin, side and back and suffered no one knows how much until I procured Thompson's Barosma, Backache, Kidney and Liver Cure, which made a complete euro as I have been perfoctly well for several .vears. 13.' J. Nourse, Mapleton, Iowa. Thompson's Barosma is guaran teed harm less and pleasant to take. Druggists, 50c and (1.00. tf CllmitllrCam. The Influence of climatio oondittous In the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn. The poor patient, and the rich patient, too, can do much better at borne by proper attention to food d!ges tlon, and regular use of German Syrup, Free expectoration in the morning ia made certain by German Syrup, so la a good night's rest and tbe absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat. Restless nights and tbe exhaus tion due to coiiKhlnir. the area test dread of the consumptive, can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup libr- nny ana reguiariy. stiouui you De aoie to go to a warmer clime, you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there, the few who are benefited and re gain strength are those who use German Syrup. Trial bottles, 2.V-; regular sir.e, ioo, rot sate Dy Dunn A MMUn. I .hm of the Hriuon Iw-rnie Kxramlaa I Oil Illy and Tllo.vlllr via I'rna rlvania Knllrand. Sunday, Oct. 22. Special train will be run on the following schedule and ex curslon tickets will be sold from stations named at rates quoted: Train leaves. Glade jt.47 a. m. wtruthers 9.SI " Warren 9.M " Irvineton 10.00 " Tldioute 10.34 " Hickory 10.SO " Tionesta 11.02 " Oil City Ar...ll.40 " Rate, $100 1 00 1 00 100 75 75 75 Titusvllle " ...12.20 p. m Returning, special train will leave Ti tusville 7.00 p. m.f Oil City 7.40 p. m. Warren 9.00 p. m and runs through to Olean and Bradford. Tickets will be good going only on special train. Returning they will be good only qn special train Oct. 22, or regular trains Oct. 23, but will not be accepted in parlor or sleeping cars. Chll dren between S and 12 yeara of age, half rates. Train 33 due to leave Oil City 6.25 p. m. October 23, will leave Titusvllle on that date at 4.30 p. m. 2t You will find enclosed 60o for San Cura Ointment. Kindly send it'atonoe. It is worth its weight in gold. My bus band says he would not be without It if it cost five dollars a bottle. He baa been troubled with Piles many years. He did not want me to write for the first bottle of San-Cura, aa be bad given up all hope of being cured. He cannot now say enough of your wonderful San-Cura Olut menu Mrs. Daniel McCormlck, 408 E. 10th St., Erie, Pa. At all druggists, 25c ana duo. u Thompson's Barosma baa never been known to fail in curing any disease of tbe Kidneys, Liver or Bladder; also Rheu inatism, Sciatica, Palpitation ol the Heart, Nervous Debility and Female Weakness. Thompson's Barosma can be taken bv all aces aud has cured many children of men-retention or bed wetting. It 1b purely vegetable and pleasant to take No opiate in any form ia used in ita man ufacture. Thompson's Baroema 50o and f l.(X. Ail druggists. tf 933.00 la Ihe Pnrllic I'omi. Chiracs, Rill, wankre iV Ml. Punt Railway. 833, Chicago to San Francisco, Lor Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, aod many other points on the Pacific Coast. Lvery day until October 31 Double berth in tourist sleeper, $7 Descriptive folder free. Choice of routes via tbe Chicago, Milwaukee & & St. Paul Railway. John R. Pott, District Passenger Agent, Room D, Park Building, Pittsburg, Pa. oct25 Forest County Prohibition Ticket. For Associate Judge, WM. LOWMAN, Marlenyille. For Prothonotary, JAMES G. BROMLEY, Tionesta. For Couuty Commissioner, C. A. LANSON, Tionesta. For Sheriff, For Auditor, ROBERT C. YOUNG, Kellettville. For Jury Commissioner, ASA W. HEATH. Tionesta. Executor's , Notice. Whereas, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Lewis Weingard, late of Har mony township, Forest county. Pa., de ceased, having been granted to the un dersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make pay ment without delay, and those having claims or demands will present them, duly authenticated, for aettlement. C. M. Arnkr, Executor, Oct. 4 -0t. Tionesta, Pa. WHITE PINE Flooring, Siding, aod material for Window Casings and Inside Work. A good supply to select from always ia stock. Call on or address. JAS. J. LANDERS, TIONESTA, PA. or F. P. AMSLER. DR. KENNEDY'S "FAVORITE r Remedy Breaks no Hearts, Excuses no Crimes. Dr. David Kennedy's FAVORITE REM EDY is not a disguised enemy of the human race; where it cannot help, it does not harm. It is composed of vegetable ingre dients and docs not bent or inflame the blood bnt cools nnd purities it. In all cases of Kidney troubles, Liver complaints. Con stipation of tho Bowels, and tho delicate derangements which nlllict women, the ac tion of Dr. Kennedy's FAVORITE REM EDY is beyond prui-ie. Thousands of grateful people voluntarily testify to this, in lotters to Dr. Kennedy; and with a warmth and fullness of words which lucre business certificates never possess. It makes no drunkards excuses uo crimes breaks no hearts. In its coming there is hope, and in its wim;s thero is healing. 'We challenge a trial and are confident of the result. Your drunuist has it. ONE DOLLAR a Bottle. Unir in mind tho name and address: Dr. Ihm'd KENNEDY, Roudout, New York. AND It Is Surprising To what an eitent Cotton Flan nel is superceding the woolen material, and the great variety of articles now manufactured, many people preferriog it to tho much more expensive woolen goods. lly the Yard, Fancy Outings aod Flaunelettos sell from 8o to 16c. ratterns are as dainty and attractive as the higher priced goods. Cotton Blankets, 65o to $1.50 per pair. Night Dresses, full sizes, $1 aod S1.50. Underskirts, 50o. Large Stock to select from. G: AMan'sAttire Is to His Character As the Index Is to a Book. Men of sterling charaoter will wear clothes of sterling qualities when they know of "Correct Clothes for Men." Our Fall and Winter Sack Suits in this line of incomparable wearables are of the highest grades for all man ner of men whether of a taste that is grave or gay. In sizes to fit all fig ures whether large or small, slim or stout. The models are the latest New York creations of those greatest clothiers of modern times, Messrs. Alfred Benjamin & Co. and Ilackett, Carhart & Co., Broadway, New York. Prices range from $28 down to $10. A first class cutter fits this clothing and any necessary changes are made in our own shop by expert tailors. THEMcCUEN CO, 2b AND 29 SENECA ST.. OIL CITY. PA. Fred. Grettenborger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery. En glnes, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings and General Hlacksinlthing prompt ly done at Low Kates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisiaction guaranteed. Shop in rear of and Just west of the Shaw House, Tldioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FBED. G RETTEN BERGER PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER, liepalrs Boilers, Stills, Tanks, Agitators. Buys and Sells Second - hand Boilers, Etc. Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End of Suspension Bridge, Third ward, OIL CITY, PA. RAILWAY. TIME TABLE To Take Effect July 1st, 1905. NORTH Eastern Time SOUTII 3 1 j Stations 2 4" p. m in Leave Arrive: p.m. p.m 6 30 Ifl 05 6 00 '5 55 12 00 5 45 11 50'5 35 11 40 6 25 00 20 Nebraska Ross Run ' Lamentation Newtown Mills Kellettville Buck Mills Mayburg Porkey Minister Wellers Hastings Blue Jay Henry's Mill Barnes Sheffield 7 7 7 007 SO' 45 1 10 7 5,r 1 258 00 1 45 8 10 1 60 8 15 1 55 8 20 11 20 11 15 11 05 10 55 10 45 10 30 10 10 10 00 a. m. 5 15 5 10 5 05 4 55 4 45 4 35 4 20 4 15 p.m 2 10 8 30 2 25 8 40 i 40 8 50 3 05 9 05 3 15 9 20 p.m a. m Arrive Leave T. D. COLLINS, Prebidknt. Promptly obUdnpd. or f( RETURNED. SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE. OurCHARGES ARB THE LOWEST. Send model, photo or k h (or Trt RfArrh And free report on pAtcnUbillty. INFRINGE MERT wit conducted befnra all eniiru. tafant. olttAlned tlimiifrh nn. ADVER. TISED and SOLO, frve. TRADE-MARKS, PEN SIONS and COPYRIGHTS qllkklr obtained. Opposite U. 8. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D. C. mm To Cure a Cold In One Day Toke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ro & Seven Million boxes sold In past 1 3 months. This Signature, ml Black Clothes. A BLACK SUIT Can be worn every day in the year, and any hour of the day You can wear the Coat and Vest with any . Trousers, or the Trousers with any Coat and Vest. However, wc wish to say right here and emphasize : Have a Care In buying your Black Suit, lor black shows good or poor tailoring as no other fabric docs. We make all styles of Black Suits, both single and double breasted, from the very finest Thi btUs, Clays, or Unfinished Worsteds. Each suit is cut to your individual measure and made in our own shops. Every yard of goods shruuk and guaranteed absolutely fast color. $15.00, 18.00. $20.00, 22.50. $24.00, 25.00. H. B. Fcit, Manager Tionesta Branch, Glasaow Woolen Mills Co., WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS. 110 Ef$m E Cole's Hot Blast IFiim.ilflffilK'TI warm 1JIW si.... st. Vlfc uimm Bum., nuj CAUTION See the words, "Cole's Hot Blast each stove. None genuine without it Our stock of Stoves, as usual, GAS RANCES which are sold at the lowest possible figure. Economize on cas V.Jllc r i... i. i ... b Wc have the goods to do J. 0. Scowden, JAMES HASLET, RiiHceanor to H. II. HaHlot's Sons. GENERAL MERCHANTS. Furniture Dealers, AND UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA. PENX IT'S ALWAYS RIGHT OIL CITY, PA. WILL SAVE $25.00 1M FUEL THIS WI1TEB Cole's Hot Biaat is a great value. We tell it nnder a positive guarantee. It burnt toft coal, lignite coal, coke, hard coal, wood or any fuel without any change in the stove. You only need one stove for the entire year. Spring, Fall or dead of Winter. Strikes or coal combines cease, to be a terror if you have a Colo Hot BluU Fire Never Out It it ihn onlv atnvM ftiaf Ljwkn. ti Iiahu all night and gives the family a warm Dreaaiasi room in tne morning without kindling new nra. uuaranteea to noia nre Irons Saturday night to Monday morning. ' Saves the Dollars If von feel poor it aaves half yom tuci vim, wnue giving tne above beautiful results. It will even make a ton of cheap slack soft coal, do more work and hold fire better than your neighbor gets out of a ton of hard coal in his 50.00 stove. Scientific and Air-tight construction throughout. A patent' ed steel collar connects the elbow draft to the stove body and cannot open by action of the fiercest beat. The patented compound hlngo on the lower draft cannot warp and the draft door closes air-tight by its own weight. The guaranteed smoke-proof feed door prevents smoke, dust or gas escaping wnen luel is put in the stove. Perfect results, therefore, from any fuel. The heavy fire box protects the pints where other stoves burn out first, and insures . great durability. Ask to sea the patented dust less ash cover for re moving ashes. Our method jjs tho only clean way. 3 Cole's Hot Blast makes y$3.oo worth of fuel give more heat than ClAnn worth in any other stove. Sold on a positive guar antee. Investigate today. from Chicago" on the feed door ot W consists of the latest makes ol ANli HFATroo it with. Tionesta, Pa. JORKNZO FULTON, Manufacturer of and Dealer in HARNESS, COLLARS, BRIDLES, And all kinds of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. TIONESTA. PA. rhflmhpr1a!n' Co,,c Cholera and Vnamoenain S Diarrhoea Kemedy. rever fails. Buy it now. It may save life. Cures Crin in Two Days. on every box. 25c