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the forest republican.
4. t. WEN K( Editor 4 Pohtoh. WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBEK 15, 1005. Extra Session of the Legislature. Human nature is tlio same the world over. When a boy has received a good drubbing he wants to be good right away and to do things meet for repentance. Hardly had the smoke of conflict cleared away last week, revealing a niont decided threshing for the Republican party of Pennnjlvania at the late election, wheD Governor Pennypacker iNsues a procla mation calling the legislature In extra ordinary session for tbe purpose, as he sets lortb in bis call, of righting some wrongs that were perpetrated at the last session and performing some things that were lelt undone, supposed to be in the nature of reforms. The session is to con vene on the 15th of January next, and what it will bring forth is too much of a puzzle for the average mind to even guess at, but that it will not the members an average of $700.00 to $$00.00 per bead is a dead sure thing, and foot up a total ex pense account to the State of about half a million dollars, Following are the lines along which the Governor thinks there ought to be some legislating done, and he Beems to think these aro so urgent as to warrant this enormous outlay, and we suppose provide a sort of diversion for the languid legislators: First For the consolidation of Pitts burg and Allegheny into a greater Pitts burg. Second To increase the interest pay ments on state deposits; to limit tbe amount of deposits in each bank; to make It a tnisdemeauor to pay or receive, to of fer or request any money or valuable thing or promise for the use of such moneys otter than the interest payable to the stale, and to adopt such other measures as may be necessary for tbe protection of the public moneys. Third To reapportion the senatorial and representative districts ot the state. Fourth To provide for the personal registration of voters. Fifth To provide for the government of cities of the first class, and tbe proper distribution of tbe power exercised by such municipalities. Sixth To tix tbe amount to be ex pended each year for county bridges, and to take such other measures in regard to them as safoty may require Seventh To abolish fees of the Secre tary ot tbe Commonwealth and the In surance Commissioner. The cost of the extra session of the Legislature enters largely into all discus sions of tbe Governor's proclamation. Each of tbe 254 members will receive $500 as compensation. Each will also be al lowed $100 in postage and not less than $50 each for stationery. Mileage will also be allowed each member at tbe rate of 40 cents per mile direct, which iu itself is not an inconsiderabla sum, running tbe actual income of ercb member up to $700 or $800. Then the machinery of the Leg islature must bo paid for, which usually provides for a general raid on the State's finances. All told the State will be obliged to disgorge about half a million dollars. Talk about graft! In Pennsylvania, which gave about 85,000 plurality for Herry, the Democratic candidate for State Treasurer, the balance of tbe Republican ticket was elected by very large majorities, J udge Hice for Su perior Court Justice having probably 200,000 over Head, tbe Democratic candi date. In Ohio, Gov. Herrick was de feated for re-election by a decisive ma jority, while both parties claim majori ties in the legislature, and the official count will be required to decide the mat ter. Io Maryland Gorman's party was put to rout by the Rrtbublicans. In New York City McClellan was re-elected Mayor by less than 3,000 over Hearst, the municipal ownership candidate, and who has begun a contest for tbe office. Je rome won the district attorneyship by long odds. And so the elections were greatly mixed all round. There is a probability that some day U. S. Senators will be elected by a direct vote of the people, and it is lurther prob able that it will come about sooner than we may think. To do this requires a constitutional convention, and twenty two states have already practically made a call. Provision is inado for such a con vention by the filth article of the const! tution, when the call is by two-thirds of the states. There are forty-tive states, and two-thirds of this is thirty; hence, when eight more states join iu the call, tbe convention will beheld. The states wtiich have already made tbe call are Montana, Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Oregon, Colorado, Idaho, Washington, Nevada, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Mich igan, Minnesota, South Dakota, Utah, Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, North Car olina, North Dakota. Ohio, Wyoming. The contest which Mr. Hearst is mak ing on the mayoralty election In New York city will bring Tammany methods into the lime light of publicity. False Impersonation of voters, fraudulent nat uralization papers, and a score of other specifications of corruption will be aired In the courts. Tbe wealth, vigor and te nacity of Mr. Hearst will serve a good purpose in exposing this organization Its strength in the metropolis, and Us relative weight in the politics of the state casting the largest electoral vote of any in the union, make it a menace to tbo whole country. Its vote Is composed of eighty per cent, of immigrants, who have little appreciation of responsibilities of American citizenship. The menace to the couutry of this powerful organization will be fully appreciated by the American people by the time Mr. Hearst goto through with it. The integrity of financial institutions is somotimes brought into question through ignorance, or from light and trivial causes. A run on a Hloomington, Illinois, bank was recently precipitated in a curious manner. A woman pre sented a check signed by a man who had 110 funds in the institution; it was marked "No Funds" and returned to the holder, who got the idea that the bank was out of funds and straightway started tbe report that it was not able to take up its paper. Tbe result was that a Bulging crowd gathered at the doors of the bank and for hours there was a run that camn very notir resulting disastrously. The sim- ()fficiai y0t0 of St. Treas. Jd jgoSup. Court. TRECIXCTS. Itarnett C'laringtou Harnett Cooksbnrg Harnett Redclyffe Green Nebraska Green -Guitonville Harmony West Hickory... Harmony Fogle Farm Hickory Howe-Frosts Howe Brookstoa Howe Porkey Howe Gusher Howe Cloughs Jenks Marienville Jenks Lauiona Jenks Duhring Kingsley Newtown Mills.. Klngsley Kellettvllle Kingsley May burg Tionesta Township . Tionesta Borough Totals . MAJOKiTiE:-Plummer 89, Rice over Head 358, Hill 145, Geist376, Stroup 148, Wolf over Kellor 172, Agnew over Keller 97, Emert over Keller 259, Klinestiver over Goodwin 311, Stiles over Uoodwiu 200, Carson over Goodwin 39. Eden and Castner both elected. Notk. The following totals are taken from the official figures, showing the vote received by candidates for the other offices and which we could not tabulate: For Stale Treasurer, Robert li. Ringler, Socialist, received 6 votes; E. J. Drug maud, Socialist Labor, 3. For Judge of the Supreme Court. John Stewart, Republican, received 1227 votes; Edward Kup pinger, Soc., 8; E. R. Markley, 800. Labor, 8. For Judge of the Superior Court, James A. Beaver, Rep,, received 681 votes; Oeorge B. Orlady, Rep., 633; Frederick L. Scbwart, Soc., 10; Hugh Ayres, Soc., 6; Cornelius F. Foley, 800., 5; A. A, Grant, 800. Labor, 8; 8. R. Rager, 800. Labor, 1; H. Spittal, 800. Labor, 2. For County Surveyor, D. W. Clark, Pern., received 768 votes. pleat Inquiry and explanation by tbe first person to receive the report of this un commercial woman would have set the matter right, but the acceptance of her unwarranted conclusion brought on a panic among small depositors. The Inci dent illustrates the danger -of using "shortcut" in dealing with people un used to business methods. Cream of the News. A philosopher Is a man who thinks that possibly be was once a fool. That suit is always here for you. No misfits either iu style, quality or price. Hopkins. It Two can live just as cheaply as one after they have been made one. Hopkius can fit you to perfection In an overcoat, and the pi Ice will fit your pocketbook, too. Call. It The Lord Is not a refuge for the man who is looking for a soft place to rest. A Wooltex skirt, coat or jacket is a thing of beauty aud a joy for many months. You never miss it if you get a Wooltex garment, and Hopkins is sole dealer in Tienesta. Prices right. It Being a sinner wouldn't be such a bad job if people would let you alone at it The Republican is fixed for putting out the newest In calling cards, wedding or reception invitations, having taken' on the latest in the popular Old English type faces. Try us and be in style. When a woman marries a man she takes everything be has including his name. For sale, female Pointer Puppies four months old, registered litter, strong In Jingo and Rip Rap blood, none better bred, bargains at $6 to $10 each. List and full pedigree on application. H. 8. Keck, Marienville, Pa. tf -"Out of sight, out ot mind" doesn't necessarily imply that a blind man is crazy. Thompson's Barosma at once corrects the Kidneys, soothes tbe nerves and re stores tbe stomach and heart to their normal conditions. Thompson's Baros ma is pleasant to take. 6O0 and $1. All druggists. tf A man's superstition refuses to work wben he is offered thirteen oysters for dozen. How's TIllS I We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney A Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West it Thaux, wholesale druggists, To ledo, o., Walmnq, Rinnan A Marvin, wholesale druggists, Teiedo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of tbe system. Price 75o per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi monials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Six months ago I was very tbin, pale and weak. In tbe morning I would feel dull and sleepy and not rested, felt like going back to bed again. I bad made up my mind to go out of business, wben a friend urged me to try Thompson's Ba rosma as a last resort. I began using It at once. Four bottles of Thompson's Ba rosma restored my health entirely, and I gained 55 pounds in weight, C. L. Shultz, 120 Robin St., Dunkirk, N. Y. Tlie V.'eSliht of llatn. "Vlint do yo'i supposo this bat v,-:l?'i:':" siiiil the. butter, taking tip n lino eight lol!:r to; hat of silk. "About a p iuiid," tbo patron hazard el. "Only u little over a quarter of a pound Hn p ounces, to be precise. No gvxl bat." f.ild the batter, "runs over four or live ounces nowadays. "This while felt bal-lt Is worth $25 weighs less tlinn nn ounce. This new five, dollar derby but weighs four ounces. Straw bats run from two to four ounces In weig'it. "li pays a man to make the weight p.n 1 1-!.!( m 11 1 consideration in tbe -hoo.;mg of a hat, for a light hat-in a prevention of heartache, nnd Its Injuri ous effect 0:1 the hair Is reduced to a liilnltiiniv." Philadelphia Bulletin. The Hotel TlriiKtipr. The position of lmixlii-r In the barber simp of a large bolel in New York U worth at leant ",11 a week if a young man attends t3 bis business. Hotel pa trons are liberal tippers. The brusber Is expected to find seats for customers If the barbers' chairs are filled nnd to bund around the morning and Illustrat ed papers. The boss burlier pays them 110 salary. Permission to work in tbe shop is considered sutllcieut compensa tion. The hours are long, nnd In most eases brusbers lire nllowed a boy as nn assistant. Forest County, November 7th, 1905. Associate; Pnitnon otary. Sheriff. Judge. 47 28 471 20 8 51 24 6 511 2H 51 48: 25 5 511 3H 2i 25 45 4(1 1!) 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We are running in full force. Tbe largest attendance in the history of the school. Local men and the larger cities asking for OUR graduates. Do you want business education? This is the place to get it. Start in now. This is one of the best times of tbe year for school work. Start one of our Mail Courses if you can't attend our Day School. 2t My husband's left arm from tbe wrist to tbe elbow was covered with carbun cles and he bad beeu confined to the house lor two weeks. The doctors gave biui medicine internally, aud to apply exter nally, but nothing teemed to help bun. Finally a friend brought us a bottle of San Cura Ointment which healed bis arm in a few days, leaving it sound aud without a scar. Mrs. F. Prenatt, Lima, W. Va. San-Cura Ointment, 25c and 50c. Made by Thompson Medical Co., Titusville, Pa. All druggists. tf Unit It Bnd. Haines City, Fla. Phillips Drug Co., Warren, Pa. Dear Sirs: December 25, 1901, I was taken with what physicians pronounced MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. I had it bad. I took, as I thought, ev ery known remedy; paid out enough money, anyhow. I was entirely help less for nearly eighteen months; about that time saw your ad. in the National Tribune; Bent for a bottle; then sent for another; then another, and now I am out of tbe medicine business entirely. I give Crocker's Rbeumatio Remedy tbe credit of curing me. I can heartily rec ommend it. Very truly, I. F, Tower. For sale by Dunn A Fulton, Tiouesta. TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tbe money if it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. o25 933.00 10 the Pacific t'oiut. t hlrngo, wnukee & 8t Pnul itnilwRy mil. $33, Chicago to San Frauciaco, Lob Angeles, Portland, Seattle, lacoma, and many other points on the Pacific Coast. Every day until October 31. Double berth in tourist sleeper, (7. Descriptive folder free. Choice of routes via the Chicago, Milwaukee & & St. Paul Railway. John R. Pott, District Passenger Agent, Room D, Park Building, Pittsburg, Pa. oct25 SPECIAL OFFER. For a few days Tbe Pittsburg Dis patch will honor this coupon and twenty-five cents in payment for the Weekly Dispatch to January 1st, 11(07. Tbe balance of this year and all next year. The regular price of it is Sc per copy. It is a bargain you can't afford to miss. Cut this out now and mail it with 25o to The Weekly Dispatch, Pittsburg, Pa. i Mention tbe Forest Republican, Tionesta, Pa. PROCLAMATION. Whereas, The Hon. W. M. Lindsey, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and (Quarter Sessions in and for the county of Forest, has issued bis pre cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to commence on the Third Mondav of November, being the 20tb day of "November, 1!K)5. No tice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peace and Con stables of said county, that they be then and there iu their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., of said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their otlice appertain to be done, and to those whoare bound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall be in tbejail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be iust. Given un der my band and seal this 23d day of October, A. 1). 1905. GEO. W. NOBLIT, l.s. Sheriff. TRIAL LIST. List of causes set down for trial in tho Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, commencing on tho Third Monday of November, 1905: 1. W. S. McChesney vs. Frank Brown and Monroe McManigle, co-partners doing business as Brown A McManigle, No. 13, September term, 1904. Summons In action of assumpsit. 2. (Innrge M. Miller vs. J. M. Bcmis and Harry Iteuiis, partners doing busi ness as J. M. Bern is A. Son, No. 17, Sep tember term, 1904. Summons in as sumpsit. 3. Alfred Johnson vs. J. M. Hasting Lumber Co., No. 32, September term, 1905. Summons in assumpsit. 4. Fiances E. Cowdon and C. K. Frey, doing business as Frey fc Co. vs. Herman Guguenlieim and Julius Guguenheim, doiim business as Guirgenheim Brothers, No. 54, September term, 1905. Sheriff's interpleader. Attest, J. C. GEIST, Prothonotary. Tionenta, Pa., October 23, 1905. County Commissioners. Couuly Auditors. Jury Com. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTUE of sundry writs of Fieri Facias aud Levari Facias, issued out of tbe Court of Common Pleas of Forest County. Pennsylvania, and to me direct ed, there will be exposed to sale by public venaue or oiucry ai me uoun uouse in the Borough of Tionesta, Pa., on MONDAY, NOV. 20, A. D. 1905, at 2:00 o'clock p. 111., the following des cribed real estate, to-wit: J. 8. VAIL vs. T. A. BARBER, Fi. Fa., No. 37, September Term, 1904. E. D., no. iu, JMovemoer Term, iuud, (waiv ers.) A. C. Brown, Attorney. All tbe right, title, interest and claim of the defendant of. in and to all that cer tain parcel of land situate in tbe village of West Hickory, Harmony township, Forest county, Pennsylvania, bounded as follows; Beginning at a post on Ann street, thence north 67 degrees west 77 and 4-10 feet to a post; thence north 29 degrees 102 feet to a post; thence south 60 and 3-4 degrees east 11 ana 4 10 feet to a nost on Ann street; tbenco alonir Ann street south 29 degrees west 102 feet to a post and place of beginning. Containing 0774.8 square feet of land, be the same more or less, on which is erected one dwelling bouse 10x24 feet, and one and one-bait story kitchen attached 12x16 feet; also one barn, size 32x40x16 feet, also out' buildings. Taken In execution and to be sold as the property of T. A. Barber, at the suit of J. S. Vail. ALSO, LEMUEL 8. WOLF. Assignee of J. J. Fisher's Adm'r. vs. ELM IN A BEND ER, in bands of JACOB BENDER, Executor of Estate of Elmina Bender, dece-tseu, j Ai'im mkhukk. who no tice to MINNIE E. BENDER and FRED. H. BENDER, Terre Tenants, Lev. ra., No. 42, September Term, 190a. E. D., No. 14, November Term, 1905. s. u. lrwin. Attorney. All the tight, title, interest and claim of the defendants of, in and to all those certain lots in the village of West Hick' orv, Forest county, Pennsylvania, dB' s .Tilled as follows, viz; Beginning at post, Main street, corner of lots Nos. 25 and 20, thence along lot No. 25 north 58 degrees aud 39 ininutos west 90 feet to an alley; tbence by same north 31 degrees 21 minutes east 60 feet to post; thence by lot No. 28 south 68 degrees 39 minutes east CO feet to post; tbence by Main street south 31 degrees 21 minutes wet 60 feet to place of beginning. Containing 5400 square teet ot land, being 1 its Nos. 20, 27, as per Whittekin plot. Also, those oilier tola in same village last atorosaid. described thus, viz: Beginning at post corner 01 lots isos. 45 ana 40, tbence by Ann street north 31 degrees 21 minutes east 60 feet to post; tbence by lot No. 48 south 58 degrees 39 minutes east 70 feet to post; thence by alley south 31 degrees 21 minutes west 00 teet to post; thence bv lot No. 45 north 68 degrees 39 minutes west 70 feet to post to place ot beginning. Containing 4200 square feet, being lots Nos. 40, 47, of Wntltekin's plan of W. P Siggins farm, on which is erected one two-story hotel building, size 24x60 feet, with an ell, size 20x26 feet, and one barn, size 32x60 feet, with ell. size 32x24 feet: also, one small bouse, size 12x16 feet, 1 stories high. Taken in execution and to be sold as the property of Elmina Bender, in bauds of Jacob Bender, Executor of Estate of Elmina Bender, deceased, Jacob Bender with notice to Minnie E. Bender and Fred II. Bender, Terre Tenants, at the suit of Lemuel S. Wolf, Assignee of J, J. Fisher's Adm'r, TERMS OF SALE. The following must be strictly complied with whon the property is stricken down ; 1. When tbe plaintitf or other lien cred itors become tbe purchaser, the costs on the writs must be paid, and a list of liens including mortgage searches on the prop ( rty sold, together with such lien credi tor's receipt for the amount of the pro' ceeds of the sale or such portion thereof as lie may claim, must be lurnisbed the Shoriff. 2. All bids must be paid in full. 8. All sales not settled immediately will be continued until l o clock p. in of the next day, at which time all proper ty not settled for will again be put up and sold at the expense and risk of the the person to wnom nrstsoid. See Purdon s Digest, Ninth Edition page 446, and Smith's Forms, page 384. uisu. vv. jnuuijIT, Miieritt. SliorifTs Office, Tionesta, Pa., Oct. 1905. 23, Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that tbe follow ing accmnts have been filed in my otlice and will be presented at (be next term of Court tor confirmation : Second and final account of A. W. Fid ler, Administratoi of the estate of J. II Fiiller, late of Jenks township, deceased First and final acoount of K. 11. Mur ray, Administrator of the estate of J. B, Watson, late of Jenks township, deceased .I.C. GEIST. Clerk of Orphans' Court, Tionesta, Pa., October 23, 1905. Executor's Notice. Whereas, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Lewis Weingard, late of Har mony township. Forest county, l'a., U6' eeased. haviniz beon irranted to the un derslgnod, all persons Indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make pay ment without delay, anil those having claims or demands will present them duly authenticated, for settlement. C. M. Aiinkr. Executor. Oct. 4 fit. Tionesta, Pa. EiiiiYROYAL PILLS x- v OHclnal and Only Genuine. VBAFK. Atwtv rename. i,cai for lIllltllMi Rii'S nmiKsinn v In and (Jnlri mfltfclllO bolW. Wlltd . ... ...... - - - - ! with blue ribbon. 1 uke no oinr. on" UsQCeron Nubstltutloa mai lmlta tluti hij of your DruKgiit, r wDd 4. la lunipi for PartleuUra, TaatlaioalaU and "Heller for Ladle," Ur, hj re- M M.il. KI.1HIO TralimonUU. Sold bf all Druu ma. t'Mrkeatar CaeailaJ L'a. Maatt Uib war. MadUaa aaara, ruLLA r A. fwWlwiwinii"i"'"'"',,l,,"""""t Don't Pay Too Much S2-50 Shoes for Women ThoHmncm of writ Orrmri womfn prf In HAIH'I.IITK SHOI S t U.t.O lo iit tliort tlwT run buy for $M or H"-'I lylr, comfort and good woxr. tll m examine uiciu. G.W.I0B10N k SON. AMan'sAltire Is lo Ills Character As the Index Is to a Book. Men of sterling character will wear clothes of sterling qualities when they know of "Correct Clothes for Men." Our Fall and Wiuter Sack Suits io this line of incomparable wearables are o' the highest grades for all to an oer of men whether of a taste that is grave or gay. in sizes to hi an ng urea whether large or small, slim or stout. Tbe models are the latest New York creations of thoee greatest clothiers of modern times, Messrs. Alfred Benjamin & Co. and Ilackett, Carhart & Co., Broadway, New York Prices range from 928 down to 810. A first class cutter fits this clolbiDg and any necessary changes are made in our own shop by expert tailors. THEMcCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST. . OIL CITY. PA. Fred. Grottenborgor GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work Dertainins to Machinery. En gines, Oil Well Tools, Oaa or Water Kit tings and General Blackamithiug prompt ly done at Low Kates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in rear of and just west of tbe Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBERGER PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER Repairs Hollers, Stills, Tanks, Agitators. Buys and Sells Second - hand Boilers, Etc. Wire or letter orders nrnmntlv at tended to. End of Suspension Bridge Third ward, OIL CITK, PA RAILWAY. TIME TABLE To Take Effect July 1st, 190,r. 5 NORTH Eastern Time SOUTH 3 1 j Stations 2 4 p.m a, 7 7 7 Leave ...... Arrive p.m. Nebraska Ross Run Lamentation Newtown Mills Kellettville Buck Mills Mayburg Porkey Minister Wellers Hastings Blue Jay Henry's Mill Barnes Sheffield 6 05 6 00 5 65 7 007 12 00 5 45 11 50 5 35 11 40 5 25 11 20!5 15 10 7 2.V8 458 50 S 11 15 11 05 10 65 10 45 10 30 10 10 10 00 5 10 5 06 4 65 4 45 1 6.VH 2 10 8 2 25,8 2 40 8 3 05 9 3 15.9 p. ml a, 4 35 4 20 4 15 p.m Arrive Leave a. m. T. D. COLLINS, President. lromptlT obtained, or FEE RETURNED. tO VIAKI' IXPERIINCI. OurCHAROIl ARE THE LOWEST. Send model, photo or tketch Cor eipnrt tearch and free report on patentability. INFRINGEMENT mlta conducted before all courts. 1'atenta obtained thmuirh u. ADVER TISED and BOLD, free. TRADE-MARKS. PEN SIONS and OOPVRIOHTS quickly obtained. Opposite U. . Patent Otfloo, WASHINGTON, D. O. mm Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, Seven Million boxes sold in post 1 2 months. This signature, Overcoat Not quite cold enough for a heavy ono, but just tho sort of weather that makes a Fall Overcoat a necessity. Wo are showing all tho now colorings in Vicunas, Thibets, Coverts and Scotch Cheviots in plain and fancy effects. In Suitings there are over five hundred styles to show you. Come and look them over. Samples cheerfully given. Com pare them with what oth ers aro making at tho samo price and we'ro confident you will placo your order with us. Suits, Overcoats, Rain Coats, H. B. Feit, Manager Glasaow-Woolen Mills Co., WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS. 110 SKIFF. Cole's Hot Blast is It warm a ' - - , . a M antee, investigate today. CAUTION See the words, "Cole's Hot Blast from Chicago" on the feed door ot each stove. None genuine without it Our stock of Stoves, as usual, consists of the latest makes oi GAS RANGES AND HEATERS, which are sold at the lowest possible figure. Economize on gas bills. We have the goods to do it with. J. C. Scowden, JAMES HASLET, SuBcesxor to 8. 11. Hanlot'8 Sons. GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA, PKNN Weather, JT Made to Measure. Fit JLJ Guaranteed. Tionesta Branch, OIL CITY, PA. WILL SAVE $25.00 IU FUEL THIS WI1TER Cola's Hot Blast is a great value. Wo sell it under a positive guarantee. It burns soft coal, lignite coal, coke, bard 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 Cole's Hot Blast. Fire Never Out is the only stove that keeps the house all night and gives the family a warm Dreaklast room in the morning without kindling new lire, uuaranteed to bold nre Irota Saturday night to Monday morning. Saves the Dollars If yon feel poor it saves half youf luel Dill, while giving the 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 150.00 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 heat The patented compound hinge 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 fuel is put in the stove. Perfect results, therefore, from any fuel. The heavy fire box protects the points where other stoves barn out first, and insures great durability. Ask to see the patented dustless ash cover for re moving ashes. Our method Ms the only clean wav. f3 Cole's Hot Blast makes worth of fuel give more heat than SI 5.00 worth in any other stove. Sold on a positive guar Tionesta, Pa. JORENZO FULTON, Manufacturer of and Dealer in HARNESS, COLLARS, BRIDLES, And all kinds of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. TION ICSTA. PA. lnamoenain S Diarrhoea Keraedy. Never fails. Buy it now. It may save life. Cures Crfo in Two Days. on everv rpJL SKr yrcrxri0 box. 25c