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4. C. WINK, - EOITO 4 PROPRIETOR. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1905. Iw iNilunian janals Uncle Sum standi by bis opiuion that the beat is the cheap est. They say Senator Tillman Is with the President on the railroad bill. Hope this will not defeat the measure. The American people Invested $3,000, O00 a month in automobiles during the puxt year. At this rate the rich will soon be growing poorer. TnR syndicated Senators at Washing ton will lind arguments of a President with a united country at his back are not to be trilled with. The Potomac is handy and its waters run cold in the winter. President Roosevelt will recom mend joint statehood for Oklahoma and Indian Territory in his forthcoming mes sage to Congress. That these two terrl toiies thould be admitted as one slate is clear enough. And perhaps Arizona and New Mexico should be admitted as one state also. To admit each of these terri tories separately would add eight new Senators to the upper chamber of Con gress, making ninety-eight, which would be too many, says the Puuxy Spirit, but it doesn't say Just why that number would be too great. Recollect that noth ing's "too many" for this country. Wbsx countries like little Norway can fix a salary of two hundred thousand dol lars per year for a new king with a life job, it does seem like the very essence of parsimony for rich and powerful America to continue the annual salary of its chief executive at a meagre fifty thousand dol lars. The compensation fixed at the in ception ot the national government was one-half that now paid; while the wealth of the country, the duties, responsibili ties and necessary personal expenditures of the president have increased to so great an extent that four times the original salary would scarcely make equal the financial conditions attending the office. It takes about one hundred million railroad ties annually to keep up the re newels on the two hundred and ten thousand miles of railway iu the United States, and the problem of supplying wooden ties is becoming more serious each year. No metal or composition has yet proven satisfactory as substitute for the wooden tie. The latest proposition comes from a man in Rochester, New York, who proposes to supply durable tics from compressed cornstalks, treated chemically. As corn rtalkscan be grown abundantly and at little cost, a successful application of such a composition to rail way construction would bring millions to the inventor. It is noted that Governor Pennypacker is being importuned on all sides to issue a supplemental proclamation enlarging very materially on bis list of subjects to be acted upon at the extra legislative ses sion. About every crank in tbo State with a hobhy and their name is legion is asking that his particular hobby be in cluded in the list, and if he were to listen to all he would have the legislature on his hands all of next summer. The chances are that Ihe Governor realizes that be has already bit off more than the legislative chinwhackers can cbaw, and w ill conclude, with one other governor ot some nineteen centuries ago, that it's enough, "-vhat I have written I have wiitten." The people of this country want and expect railroad rate legislation at the bands of the incoming Congress. They want no tomfoolery in the matter either. There is little danger, in fact there isn't a particle of danger, that Congress will en act a measure that is unjust to the rail roads. The danger lies iu a tendency to do the direct opposite. It is sufficiently difficult to bring the aveiage Congress man to the point of supporting any rail road rate regulating legislation, to say nothing about going to the extreme in such matters. The President is level beaded on this as well as all other matters that he has advocated, and it is entirely sare to follow bis lead. If it is not done the chances are that some Congressional beads will fall into the political waste basket when another election comes around, Many of lis misa the joys that might be ours liy keeping our eyes fixed on those of other people. No one can enjoy his own opportunities fur happiness while he is envious of another's. We lose a great doal of Joy of living by not cheerfully ac cepting Ihe small pleasures that come to us every day, Instead of longing and wishing for wiiat belongs to others. Wo do not take any pleasure In our own modest horse and carriage because we long for the automobile or victoria that some one else owns. The edge is taken off the enjoyment of our little borne be cause we are watching the palatial resi dence of our neighbor. We can get no satisfaction out of a trolley ride into the country or a sail on a river steamer, be cause some one can enjoy the luxury of of bis own carriage or yacht. Life has its full measure of happiness for all of us, if we would only make up our minds to make the very most of every opportunity that comes our way, instead of longing for the things that come our neighbor's way. Success. In his annual report, which was made public a day or two ago, State Dairy and I'ood Commissioner Warren discusses at length the pure food question. The re port states that the work of the depart ment has produced results which show the needs lor .legixlatlon regulating the manufacture and sale of drugs and chem icals. The department has found that from 60 to 75 per cent, of spices are adul terated, and that adulterants are used freely iu confections, soda water,so-callod IruitH, j.'llies, jams and preserves. The investigations by tho department have also demonstrated certain brands of the so-called pure rye whisky are nothing more than a mixture, of raw alcohol, prune juice and caramel. Commissioner Warren suggests a national pure food law which would remedy the abuses com plained of by retail merchants In Penn sylvania, who declare that they are made to suffer for the sins of the the manufac turers and wholesalers. This feature is important, for It Is bardly fair that the retailer should be made the sole sufferer while the foreign manufacturers go scot free. Yet In the absence of nations) leg islation on the subject, there Is no other wsy out ol It, and until such protection Is afforded it Is the duty of the retailer to Insist on food stuffs that will stand tbe test of analysis and refuse to take any other from the foreign producer. GOMPERS RE-ELECTED. Minneapolis Chosen For Next Place ol Meeting of A. F. L. Pittsburg, Nov. 27. The silver an niversary convention of the American Federation of Labor adjourned late Saturday to meet next year In Minne apolis on a date not yet set. ' Samuel Gompers of Washington was re-elected president. Only two votes were cast against him. The retirement of Thomas I. Klld as fifth vice president advanced the candidates behind that office and ill who were candidates for re-election were successsful except the eighth vice president, W. R. Spencer of Day ton, O., who was defeated for the seventh vice presidency by W. D. Hu ber of Indianapolis. Joseph F. Valentine of Cincinnati was the only new officer elected, de feating W. D. Mahon of Detroit. Frank K. Foster of Boston and James H. Wilson of New York were chosen to represent the federation at the British Trades and Labor Congress, tad Thomas A. Rlckert of New York was elected to attend the Canadian Labor congress. The officers other than Mr. Gompers are: James Duncan, Qulncy, Mass., first vice president; John Mitchell, In dianapolis, second vice president; James O'Connell, Washington, third vice president; Max Morris, Denver, fourth vice president; Dennis A. Hayes, Philadelphia, fifth vice presi dent; Daniel J. Keefe, Detroit, sixth vice president; W. D. Huber, Indian apolis, seventh vice president; Joseph F. Valentine, Cincinnati, eighth vice president; Frank Morrison, Washing ton, secretary; John B. Lennon, Bloom lngton, Ills., treasurer. MINISTER IN PENITENTIARY. John Martin Knowles Arrived at Col umbus From Marion, O. Columbus, O., Nov. 27. John Mar tin Knowles, minister of the Gospel, arrived at he penitentiary on Monday from the jail at Marlon, where he preached his farewell sermon to the fellow prisoners on Sunday. He was In the custody of E. C. Sells, sheriff. Knowles was caught stealing a horse and was sentenced for one year. The circumstances of Knowles' case are rather peculiar. He was In Marlon, and his wife, who Is a young woman, desired to get home. Knowles had no money and was unable to buy her a tlckPt to Pittsburg, where she desired to go. He had only $1.50 and with this he went to a livery stable at Marion and hired a horse and buggy. He Bald he would pay the remainder of the bill when he returned. It was his evident Intention to return. While the couple were driving across the state they were apprehended and taken to Jail for horse stealing. Later Knowles was brought back to Marion where ho was tried and convicted. Sleeping Girl's Dizzy Climb, Wilkes-Barre, Nov. 27. Kate Smith, who lives with Mrs. Sol Hirsch, while walking In her sleep climbed to the roof of the Hirsch residence fully dressed and wearing her hat. How she got on the roof Is a mystery, for she could only have gained it by a climb of which any woman would seem Incapable. , But there she was, and she did not awaken until after 7 o'clock In the morning. People in the street, at tracted by her shouts, found no means to reach her, so finally the hook and ladder crew of the Are department carried her down. She hag had pre vious sleep walking experiences, but none so thrilling. Loder Beats the Drug Trust Philadelphia, Nov. 27. The first point In the fight Druggist C. C. A. Loder Is making against the so-called drug trust was scored by him when the jury in the case awarded him a verdict of $20,738. This award Is really greater than it seems, for under the Shannon act of April, 1900, Loder will have a chance of ultimately recovering three times this amount as punitive damages. The defence will appeal to the United States supreme court. Druggist Lo der alleged that he had been boycot ted by the wholesale druggists be cause he cut prices. Electric Car Kills Two Men, Canton, O., Nov. 27. John V. Ever hart, a prominent real estate dealer of Akron, O., and Fred Baskervtlle, an automobile dealer of this city, were killed by an lnterurban car Saturday Afternoon. Everhart, who came to Canton on business, had started for home In his auto. The machine got out of order. Baskerville went Into the country three miles and repaired It. When the two men tried to cross an electric car track In the automobile they were run down and Instantly killed. Burned Out Distillers Grateful, Connellsvllle, Nov. 27. A. Oveiholt & Co. have distributed $1,100 in pres ents for services rendered at the fire which destroyed the bonded warehouse at Broad Ford last Sunday. The Con neilsrville fire department received eheck for $000 ; the Unlontown fin? department received $300, New Haven $100 and Adelaide $100. It is suid the tompuny also intends to furnish new tailor-made suits to all firemen whose clothing was damaged. Unlontown The last link in the long-distance lines of the American Telephone and Telegraph company from Pittsburg to Grafton, W. Va., about 109 miles has been completed. Thompson's Bsrosma, Kidney, Liver and Bladder Cure is worthy of tbe high est praise. It is purely vegetable, per fectly harmless and should he given to young children for any weakness of tbe kidneys or bladder. 600 and $1.00. All druggists. tf RUSSIAN WOMEN. The Many llnrleloii to Which They Arc Son Sulijorlod. It is dllth ult for un Anierlcini to un derstand that freedom ns we know it doM not exist Iu Russia. There the le gal position of woman Is fur from-satisfactory. She hardly ever belongs to herself, but Is always under the tute lage of some one. As a daughter the Russian woman Is under the entire control of her parents. Her coming of nge does not niter her position. She simply changes the au thority of her parents for tho no less rigid authority of her husband. As the Russian statute puts It, "One person cannot reasonably be expected to fully satisfy two such unlimited powers ns that of husband and parent." The unlimited power of the parent Is withdrawn mid that of the husbaud substituted. She cannot leave her lord even to visit a neighboring town with out a "pass" from him. He names the time she Is permitted to stay, and at the end of that time she Is bound to re turn to get the puss renewed. A husband may appear iu a court of law as a witness ngalnst bis wife, but a wife Is not nli we.l to appear ngalnst her husband. A woman's evidence in Russia Is nlwnys regarded as of ess weight than that of a man. Harper's Weekly. Cream of the 'ews. A smile that can be bought for a dime is soon swallowed. Hopkins for clothing. It Usually tbe son of a self-made man begins to descend the ladder from the point at which his father stopped climbing 8tyle, quality and price are feat ores of our clothing that attract the par ticular and dressy buyer. Try us. Hopkins. It Any woman who can refrain from saying meau things about ber poor rela tions possesses genuine self-control. Dunn A Fulton will have s finer dis play of holiday goods this year than ever before, taking on many new features not heretofore shown In their stock. It will be worth your while to reserve your se lections till their stock is on exhibition, which will be in short time. It A peep into tbe future would proba bly be as unsatisfactory to most people as a backward glance at tbe past. We have tbe clotbil.g that looks best, wears longest and costs the 1 est, and these are the main features. Try us. Hopkins. It It is said that a few gallons of oil will calm a storm at sea and small drop will start one In Wall street. If you would prefer an engraved calling card The Republican can fur nish you the very latest at the right price. Rather than wear one or both of bis eyes iu mourning wise man proceeds to forgive an enemy. Pursuant to its usual custom, tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company will is sue clerical orders for the year 1906 to or dained clergymen having regular charge as settled pastors of churches located on or near its lines. Clergymen desiring such orders should make individual ap plication for same on blanks furnished by the company and which can now be obtained from the Ticket Agents. Ap plications should be sent to the Geneial Office of tbe company as soon as possible, in no case later than December 15, so that orders may be mailed by December 30, to all clergymen entitled to receive them. Milliners and dressmakers are not entirely responsible for churcb attend ance, but they help some. How's This? We offor 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 Traux, wholesale druggists, To ledo, O., Waldino, Kinnan Marvin, wholesale druggists, Teledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per Dottle, sola Dy all druggists, . lest I monials free. Hall's Family Pills are tbe best. My husband's left arm from the wrist to tbe elbow was covered with carbun cles and be had been confined to tbe bouse lor two weeks. The doctors gave him medicine internally, and to apply exter nally, but nothing seemed to help him. Finally a friend brought us a bottle of San Cura Ointment wMch healed bis arm in a few days, leaving it sound and without a scar. Mrs. F. Prenatt, Lima, W. Va. San-Cura Ointment, 2."o and 50c. Made by Thompson Medical Co., Titusville, Pa. All druggists. tf $23,0K for One Htory. Conan Doyle, the lamons creator of "Sherlock Holmes," has ust been given tbe highest price ever paid in America for one story. This great historical ro mance, which will, the critics say, be the literary sensation of the day, will begin in "The Philadelphia Sunday Press." Remember tbe date, December 3, and don't fail to get "The Sunday Press" that morning. My wife stepped on a rusty nail and ran it into her foot. The loot swelled and pained ber so that she could not put it to tbe floor. Hsn-Cura Ointment drew out a poisonous brown pus and she is now perfectly well. Eugene Mclveuzie, Plum, Pa, Druggists, 2u nd 50c. tf Fine Farm for Sale. The undersigned agency bus for sale at a bargain and on fair terms a fine farm of 214 acres nl bind, fronting on tbe Alle gheny river, and located 5 miles below Tionesta and 2 miles above President, on east side of rivor. Contains good barn built about nine years ago, good small house, water piped to the door, farm un der wire fence and about 70 acres cleared, balance timber land. For lull informa tion, terms, etc., call on or address C, M. Arnkr .t Son, Real Estate Agents, tf Tionesta, Pa. Law Union ( liidixfl nml Keliirn Via Nickel Plate Rood, fitb aunual Live Stock Show. Tickets no sale Deo. Kith, 17th, 18th and 19th. Good returning Dec. 24th. Full informa tion of Agent or address C. A. Aster lio, D. P. A., 807 State St., Erie, Pa. Six months ago I was very thin, pale and weak. In the morning I would feel dull and sleepy and not rested, felt like going back to bed again. I had made up my mind to go out of business, when friend urged me to try Thompson's B rosma as a last resort. I began using it t once. Four bottles of Thompson's Its rosma restored my health entirely, ud I gained 55 pounds in weight. C. L. Shultz, 120 Robin St., Dunkirk, N. Y. Store Business for Sale. The undersigned offers for sale ber general store building and stock of goods at Johnloweu, Clarion county, Pa, Located in a good farming community, and has a good patronage. Large and substantial building, free gas, telephone connections, and postofllce. About half an acre of ground. Will be sold at a bargain. Good cbauce for some enter prising porson with a desire to make and save money. Call on or address tf Mrs. H. R. Sici worth. Had It Bad. Uainks 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; sent for a bottle; then sent for another; then another, and now I am out of tbe medicine business entirely. I give Crocker's Rheumatic Remedy tbe credit of curing me. I can heartily rec ommend It. Very truly, I. F. Towkr. For sale by Dunn it Fulton, Tionesta. .'Millionaire's I'or Plamarfc. The worn-out stomach of the over-fed millionaire is often paraded In tbe public prints as a horrible example of tbe evils attendant on tbe possession of great wealth. But millionaires are not tbe only ones who are afflicted with bad stomachs. Tbe proportion is far greater among the toilers. Dyspepsia and indi gestion are rampant among these people, and they suffer Ut worse tortures than the millionaire unless tbey avail them selves of a standard medicine like Green's August Flower, which has been a favor ite household remedy for all stomach troubles for over thirty-five years. Au gust Flower rouses tbe torpid liver, thus creating appetite and insuring perfect digestion. It tones and vitalises' the en tire system and makes life worth living, no matter what your station. Trial bot tles, 25c; regular size, 75c. For sale by Dunn A Fulton. 933.00 to the Pacific t out, t hlr.no. Sill, wrnikre MI. Paul Hallway. $33, Chicago to Sao Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Tacotna, aud many other points oo 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 WHITE PINE Flooring, Siding, and material for Window Casings and Inside Work. A good supply to select from always iu 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 Kennedv'a FAVORITE REM EDY is not a disguised enemy of the human race; where it cannot help, it does not hfirm. It is composed of vegetable ingre dients and does not heat or inflame the blood but cools nnd purifies it. Inallcnses of Kidney troubles, Liver complaints, Con. stipation of the Bowels, and the delicate derangements which afflict women, the ac tion of Dr. Kennedy's FAVORITE REM EDY is beyond praise. Thousands of grateful people voluntarily testify to this, in letters to Dr. Kennody; and with a warmth and fullness of words which mere business certificates never possess. It makes no drunkards excuses no crimes breaks no hearts. In its coming there is hope, nnd in its wings there is healing. We challenge a trial and are confident of the result. Your druggist has it. ONE DOLLAK a Bottle. Bear in mind the name aud address : Dr. David KENNEDY, Koudout. Now York. JAMES HASLET, Suscessor to 8. H. Haslet's Sons. GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND UNDERTAKERS. TIONKSTA. PKNN Fennsylvania itvit,itoA.r. BUFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. "Takinir effect. November 2Gtb, 1905. No. 82 Buffalo aud Pittsburg Express, daily except Sun day 11:01 a.m. No. 34 Oil City and Pittsburg Express, daily 8:21 p.m. For Hickory, Tidioute, Warren, Klnzua, Bradford, Olean and the East : No. 31 Olean Express, daily- 7:53 a. in. No. 33 Pittsburg Express, daily except Sunday 6:18 p. m. For Time Tables and additional Infor mation consult Ticket Auoiit. W. vV. ATTERBUKY, J. R. WOOD. General Manager. Passenger Traffic Mgr. GEO. II. BOYD, Gen'l Passenger Agt, Don't Pay Too Much $2-5 Shoes for Women Thocmnitt of wfll dmard wotnw pcfr K U I.UTK Sllot s at .& to ny alinr. II y en Iwt or $.M or $4.oo-f or ai yi, romfori aod (ootl wear. Call ana c wiBira & SDN. The McCuen Co. ClothinG Appeals to all classes of Die' , because it's money's worth or mooey back. Tbe mora you know about good clothes the more you will like ours. It's built (or ser vice on correct lioes of the proper materials and in this year of Mercerized fabrics stands out in bold relief as honest all Wool Clothing at moderate prices. Suits, 10 to 25 Overcoats, $10 to $28 A first class cutter fits this clolhiug on you arid auy necessary alterations are made in our own shop by expert tailors. THE McCUEN CO, 2b AND 29 SENECA T.. OIL CITY. PA. Fred. Grettenberger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery. En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tines and General Blacksinlthing prompt ly done at Low Kates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satislactiou guaranteed. . Shop In rear of and Just west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBERGER las. M. i&mr9 PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER, Repairs Boilers, Stills, Tanks, Agitators. Buys aud Sells Second hand Boilers, Etc. Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End ofSuspensinn Bridge, Third ward, OIL CITY, PA. RAILWAY. TIlEEl TABLE To Take Effect July 1st, 1!K5. NOltTII Eastern Time SOUTH 3 1 j Ntations I 2 4 p. in 'a, Leave Arrive p. ni. fi.in 7 7 7 iNaorasKa Kohs Run Lamentation Newtown Mills Kellettville Buck Mills Mayburg Poikey Minister Wellers Hastings Blue Jay Henry's Mill Barnes 8 80 A 05 16 00 15 65 00 6 45 60 5 35 40 5 25 20 5 15 7 1 00 7 1 10 7 1 a 8 1 45 8 1 60 8 1 65 8 2 10 8 2 25 8 2 40 8 8 05 9 3 15:0 p.inla. 155 10 05 5 05 65,4 65 45 4 45 HO 4 35 10 4 20 Sheffield 00:4 15 Arrive Leave a. m.lp.in T. D. COLLINS, President. JORENZO FULTON, Manufacturer of and Dealer iu HARNESS, COLLARS, BRIDLES, And all kinds of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. TIONKSTA. PA. Promptly obtained, or f EC RETURNED. TNI LOWEST. Send model, pboto or ketch tor expert mrrh and (res report on patentability. INFRINGEMENT uiu conducted before all court Patents obtained Utroutrh un, ADVER TISED and SOLD, free. TRaDE-MaRKS, PEN SIONS and COPYRIGHTS quickly obtained. Opposite U. 8. Patent Office. WASHINGTON, D. O. J js 4 SUITS to Order, $15.00 Wo have an exception ally fine showing of ira portecTfabrics. Wo don't think they were over equaled in Oil City or Tionesta. The Glasgow method of operating their own mills gives ns an advantage over others by at least forty per cent. You save tho forty per cent. Tho tailoring and fashioning of our clothes is of tho highest order and wo guarantee a perfect fit. H. B. Fcit, Manager Tionesta Branch, Glasqow Woolen Mills Co., WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS. 110 gfglBF. OIL CITY, PA. Cole's Hot Blast ott i'VTK z-j3W I. MM ! min.Tr antee, investigate today. CAUTION S?e 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 ot CAS 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, FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, Time DepoMs Solicited. Will A. Watnb Cook, President. A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, A. B. Kkllt. Cashier. directors O. W. Robinson, T. F. Ritchev. Collections remitted for on day of pnyment era all the benefits consistent with conservative banking. Interest ptid on time deposits. Tour patronage respectfully solicited. OVERCOATS lo Order, 15.00 -i WILL SAVE $25.09 IN FUEL THIS W!STEH Cole's Hot Blast is a great value. We 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 It is the only stove that keeps the house warm all night and gives the family a warm breakfast room in the morning without kindling a new fire. Guaranteed to hold fire from oaturuay nignt 10 Aionaay morning. .saves me uonars llf yog feel poor it saves half youf fuel bill, while giving the above 1 1 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 bard coal ia his adO.OO 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 teed door prevents smoke, oust or gas escaping when fuel is put in the stove. Perfect results, therefore, from any fuel. The heavy fire box protects tha points where other stoves burn out first, and insures great durability. Ask to see the patented dustless ash cover for re moving ashes. Our method Vis the only clean way. 33 Cole's Hot Blast makes r3.UU worth of fuel give more heat than $10.00 worth in any other stove. Sold on a positive guar Tionesta, Pa. NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. S50.000. $42,000. pay Four Per Cent, per Annum Wh. Smkarbauqh, Vice President Wm. Smearbaugh, J. T. Dale. J. H. Kellv. at low rates. We promise our custom