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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WCNKi - Editor 4 Phopkiitok. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1900. AXXOUXCEMEXTS. Terms. Congress, $20; Senate, f 15; AHNeuibly, $112; District Attorney, $7. Tbe cash must invariably accompany the order for announcement. CONGRESS. I desire to prenent my name lor tbe consideration of tbe Republican voters of this Congressional District as a candidate for member of Ccntrress, subject to the will of tbe county primaries and the dis trict confereooe. O. C. Ai.lkn, Warren, Pa. I hereby announce myself as a eandi dnte for representative in Congress from the twenty-eibth district of Pennsylva nia. 11. 11. Cuminos, Tidioute, Pa. ASSEMBLY. We are authorized to announce John H. Robertson, of Tionesta Horougb.as a candidate tor Assembly, subject to Re publican usages. Township Caucuses. TlONKSTA BOROCOH. Tbe Republicans of Tionesta borough will meet at tbe Court House Saturday evening, Jan. 27, 1906, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of nominating a ticket for tbe February election. J. G. Jamikson, Committeeman. HARMONY TWP. The Republicans of Harmony township will meet at the Township Hall in West Hickory, Saturday, Jan. 27, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m., for tbe purpose of nomi nating a ticket tor tbe February election. D. E. Carson, F. W.Shaw, Committeemen. KINOSLEY TWP. - The Republicans of Kingsley town ship will meet at Andrews' Hall in Kel lettville, on Saturday, Jan. 27, 1906, at 7 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nomi nating a ticket for tbe February election. W. C. SlLZLB, Fred. Rudolph, Committeemen. Hickory Twp. Tbe Republicans of Hickory township will meet at the Township House, Satur day evening, Jan 27, 1906. at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of nominating a ticket for the February election. H. O. Taft. Committeeman. TIONKSTA TWP. The Republican voters of Tionesta township will meet at tbe Township House on Saturday, January 27, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of plac ing in nomination a ticket for the Febru ary election. W. W. Thomas, Committeeman. green twp. Tbe Republicans of Green township will meet at the Township House on Saturday, Jan. 27, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating a ticket for the February election. K. L. Hauoh, Committeeman, Gov. Pattison warns the Ohio legisla ture against partisan action, which is a pretty safe thing to do with neither party iu control. Talk like that was never beard when both branches were Demo cratic. While it is easier to suggest state luws than to pas them or secure consent of tbe courts for their operation, it is to be hoped that tbe efforts of tbe Pennsylvania legislature will prove fruitlul of real reform. Titusville Herald. Yes, real reform. All tbe really good men seem to be quitting Congress. First there was our own and only Joe Sibley; then Mr. Dresser, of Bradford, and now cornea "the best and dearest among tbem all," Hon. William 0. Smith, who eays he'll not ask to be sent back. It doesn't seem to be a real "love of a job" alter all. Funny, Isn't it, that most of the news papers of tbe State are now violently in lavor of trolleys carrying freight, and are saying so out loud? There was a dense silence on tbe subject a year ago. Pbila. Press. And none more dense than the Press. That paper was able to "keep still" in more than nine different and distinct languages. Judge Bouton, of McKean county, has declared unconstitutional the section of the road law of 1905 which provides a method of abolishing the right to work out taxes on the public roads in the town ships of this state. The question came upon the petition of citizens of Foster township to hold an election on tbe prop osition under the terms of the act. Tbe court beld tbe mode provided by the legislature for changing the method of collecting road tax to be in conflict with the clause of the constitution prohibiting special legislation regulating tbe affairs ot townships. It is beld that, while the legislature has the right to pass a law changing the system of collecting road tax in townships, it must he of general application. As the legislature can not change the system In one or more towD ships by direct enactment, it can not dol ogate authority to do so in the manner provided by tbe law of 1905. Kane Re publican, TuicitE are bills in tbe House Commit tee at Washington, providing that ani mals may be shipped by rail, without food, wa'er or rest, forty hours at a time, This would legalize a refined form of ex treme cruelty aud tbe man who intro duced them ouulit to be exposed to tbe disgrace he deserves. Things are bad enough now, when stock may be kept tweuty-eight hours without drink under a July sun in a hot car, but to enable heartless nieu to keep cattle. Bay, from Monday morning at six o'clock to Tues day night at ten, is unworthy of a civil' ized people. Cattle and horses Buffer as keenly as do men and women when they are deprived of water and there are now available thousands of Improved stock cars which may be used, and thus the animals properly cared for. Another im portant consideration is that stock thus treated becomes feverish and unfit for human food. If the National Health De partment does not prevent the enactment of any such legisU Ion, or at least try to tlo so, it will have failed in Its duty, and any Congressman voting for these bills blight to be at once retired to private life, Franklin News. . In tbe House of Representatives at Harrisburg, Wednesday, Chaplain Moore offered this prayer: "O Lord, we com mend Thy blessings to rest on these dear representatives. We verily believe there is not a bad man on this Door that money or politic! influencs could constrain to puncture the dear old constitution of the state. May those representatives quickly consummate the legislation of this session aud go to their homes and loved ones, and then tbey can afford to patiently wait tteir judgment day in November." It la noted that tbe reverend gontleman "does not believe there is a bad man" in tbe House who could be constrained to "puncture the dear old constitution of the state." We trust Chaplain Moore's belief is well grounded, but, as an example of man's faith in man, it must be admitted that tbe one be furnishes Is striking to a degree. All, however, will echo his sen timents to the end that the members get move on and get borne as soon as pos sible. Blizzard. In yanking himself bodily out of the contest for any 'future Congressional honors Hon. W. O. Smith, of Punxsutaw ney, makes a good bit in an editorial in his paper against the detestable rotation system of electing members of Congress, system which debars many good and honest man from ever forging to tbe front, or being of any prac'ical use to his constituency. In conclusion Bro. Smith says, "In making my exit from the Congressional arena, at tbe end of the present term, I feel that I bive played tbe part of an awkwaid amateur, in an engagement which has been unsatislao- tory to myself and unprofitable to my constituents; that while I have attended to the distribution of seeds and docu ments, and made an honest effort to gel everybody a pension or posto(ucel there will be no reason wby I should not slip so quietly aud unostentatiously back into tbe harness as tbe editor of the Punxsu tawney Spirit as not in tbe least to dis turb tbe equilibrium of the country or cause any undue consternation in tbe next Congress because of my absence." What Vaccination Did. Commissioner of Health Samuel O. Dixon has received the following letter from John T. Hyatt, of Jersey Shore, Pa., former Vice-Consul at Santiago, telling of Mr. Hyatt's personal expe rience In fighting small-pox with vac cine virus: Jersey Shore. Pa., Jan. 4, 1906. Hon. Samuel G. Dixon, Commissioner of Health, Harrisburg, Pa.: Dear Sir As at Lock Haven and other parts of the state there Is so much opposition to vaccination, as re quired by the Act of June 18, 1895, I feel constrained to write you some of my own experiences and observations with reference to that subject I was American Vice-Consul at Sant iago De Cuba from 1893 to 1897 Inclu sive. The influx to Santiago from the rural distilcts. where, on account of the revolution. It was very dangerous to live, was very heavy, and particu larly after the inhuman reconcentra- tlon order of General Weyler. In 1896 Industry was stifled and poverty and starvation were reigning supreme at Santiago, mrat selling as high as 75c. and 1 a pound, eggs at 10c. apiece, and other things at proportionate prices. At this time yellow fever and small pox broke out In the most virulent form. It was estimated at the time that during that year there were 10,000 cases of yellow fever and 20,000 cases of small-pox In the city of Santiago. As I recollect It now, the death rate from these two causes alone In that city ascended to a level of from 60 to 100 deaths per day. The Spanish government, unmindful of the welfare of the people, took little or no steps to stamp out the scourges. and although private enterprise im ported a considerable amount of vac cine virus, yet the indifference of the authorities and the opposition of the illiterates, being perhaps about 75 per cent, of the population, prevented any considerable amount of vaccination. No efforts were made at quarantin ing. Those suffering in various stages of small-pox walked about the streets, mingling with the people unmolested, and many of them came into the con sulate on business. Small-pox broke out in nearly all of the houses in the vicinity of the consulate. One man, I remember particularly, afflicted with the dreadful disease In its confluent form, lay In my plain sight in the open air under the eaves of a house stand ing back in the adjacent lot, not more than 40 feet from where I worked at my deBk, with the breeze blowing from him to me, and I saw this man die and his corpse carried away. My father and mother and wife were wJth me at this time, and aa soon as the small-pox broke out we were all vaccinated, although we had each been successfully vaccinated in previous years. The vaccination took slightly with each member of our family, and we were all vaccinated regularly there after every month or two. In order to use every possible precaution, but the vaccination did not take In any case practically after the first application. Whenever fresh virus came to the consulate from the States we distrib uted the supply where It seemed to be most advisable. Although constantly exposed to confluent small-pox for nearly two years, none of my family took the disease. Neither did others at Santiago during that eventful period who were careful to be successfully varclnntod, as I recollect now from in quiries then made, although the dead wagons were carrying such a continu ous freight to the cemetery that it was a common thing for the sexton and his help when night fell to find 20 or 30 more corpses on their hands for inter ment than they were able to bury, and which they had to leave out all night in the cemetery and bury in the morn ing. If this letter can be of any help to you in your nwgnlfkent work of en lightening the people of this Common wealth on the importance of vaccina tion, you have my permission to use it. Very respectfully yours, JOHN T. HYATT. I bad boen afflicted over 30 years with Piles and had spent over $.r)00 for Pile medicines. Two bottles of San-Cura Ointment completely cured me. It is now three years since I was cured and I have had no return of tbe Piles whatever, James Lynch, Enterprise, Pa. San-Cura Ointment, 25 and 50c. Made by Thomp son Medical Co., Titusville, Pa. At all drug storo. tf Ax American officer who has spent several years on tbe island of Guam says the United States authorities have estab lished there system of public schools, which are attended by 1500 pupils iu the) evening, after they study totue trade in tbe daytime. Thirty boys are iu an ag ricultural school, aud many others are apprenticed as carpenters, blacksmiths, machinists, printers, plumbers, elec tricians, butchers, clerks, dentists, hos pital nurses and musicians. This sample of Uncle Sam's methods resembles all tbe rest of his imperialism. State of Ohio City, of Toledo, 1 LUCl'S l Ol'NTY, ) Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of tbo firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City ot Toledo, County and State afore said, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by tbe use of Hall's Ca tarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence-, this tith day ot December, A." D. 1896. seal. A. W. G LEASON, Xotary 1'ublic. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Seud for testimonials, free. Cream of the News. Clearance sale at Hopkins' store. It A good umbrella meaus a frequent change of owners. C. M. Arner has a fine Portland cut ter, one of the roomy kind, and run but a lew times, for sale at a bargain. Call on or address, Tionesta, Pa, tf Poets are born because their ances tors escaped banging. We've a lot of sweaters for gentle men, ladies and children that we desire to get rid of and have placed tbe price so low that you'll undoubtedly want one. Hopkins. It Love is all tbe sweeter when flavored with Just a little discord. San-Cura Ointment cures cuts, burns, bruises aud old sores. San-Cura Soap should be used to wash tbe parts affected before applying the ointment. 25c each. All druggists. tf Only a rich girl can successfully pose as a spinster from choice. Thompson's Barosma at once corrects tbe Kidneys, sootbes the nerves aud re stores the stomach and heart to their nor mal conditions. Thompson'; Barosma is pleasant to take. 50c and $1.00. All druggists. tf No, Alonzo, a bald head isn't neces sarily an emblem of wisdom. For any disease of the skin we can recommend Chamberlain's Salve. It re lieves tbe itching and burning sensation instantly and soou effects a cure. This salve is also invaluable for sore nipples. Dunn A Fulton. tf Sometimes a woman's alleged fright at tbe sight of a mouse is simply an ad vertising scheme. Wanted. Spoke timber. We pay from 17.00 to $8.00 per face cord for good clean second growth white oak spoke timber, delivered at our mill, Oil City, Pa. For particular call or address Ea gle Spoke Works, Oil City, Pa. tf Tbe best bauks are in heaven; but the receiving tellers are likely to be in some back alleys here. Wanted. Car able hustlers to en gage in tbe tea and coffee business. No capital required. Splendid inducements to right party.' For lull particulars ad dress The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., 35 W. Long Ave., DuBois, Pa. 3t If men bod all the money they have lost, there ffould be so much of it there wouldn't be any use for it. Victor Engstroui, for many years head tailor for Ulf Bros., at Tidioute, has arranged to locate in Tionesta, and has rented the Walters building; formerly 00 cupied by F. E. Dick as a tailoring estab lishment. He will be ready to recoive customers this week and w ill have a com plete line of samples and a full assort ment of the best class of trimmings. Mr Engstrom comes well recommended as a first class tailor and be solicits tbe pat ronage of the public, guaranteeing that he will render perfect satiBftction in all his work. Give him your patronage. 2t Dangers of a fold and How to Avoiit Them More fatalities have their origin iu or result from a cold than from any other cause. This fact alone should make peo- pie more careful as there 1b no danger whatever from a cold when it is properly treated in the beginning. For many years Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been recognized as tbe most prompt and effectual medicine in use for this disease. It acts on nature's plan, loosens tbe cough, relieves tbe lungs, opens the se cretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by Dunn A Fulton. A large reward is herewith offered In any case where Thompson's Barosma has cured any disease of tbe kidneys and liyer and the euro has not remained a permanent ouo. Thompson's Barosma is the secret of Ihe success of a great phy sician wbo is a specialist on kidney and liver disease. It is pleasant to take and agrees with tbe most delicate stomach. 50c and $1.00. All druggists. tf Free ! Free ! Free ! The most novel and unique features ever attempted by any newspaper, will gladden tbe heart of the children "Tbe Gallery of Wonders," a brand new idea in colors, sine 10x21 inches. Fun aud laughter for the childreu. A genuine and complete circus, with ani mals, given away free every Sunday, with the Philadelphia Sunday Press. Everything complete. Every child loves animals. The Sunday Press costs only 6 cents tho copy. .Toll your dealer or car rier to save you a copy next Sunday. So many people buy the Sunday Press each week that yo.l must order it in advance 01 otherwise you may not lie able to got It. If your dealer does not have It, send your order to the Philadelphia Press. A J amnion 11 I.ndy Hpi-iika IllKlilyof Chain ' berlulu'H CoiikIi Hcmeily. Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of tbe super lutendent of Cart Service at Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies Islands, says that she has for some years used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy for cotiuhs, croup and whooping cough and has found it very bnuelicial. She has implicit confi dence in it and would not lie without a buttle of it iu her house. Sold by Dunn it Fulton. Why KoOrr f ' Warren, Pa. Fhillips Drug Co. Dear Sir; I had been aftlictod with rheumatism for 15 years and had tried every known remedy, but without any success, until I got a 50c bottle of Crock er's Rheumatio Remedy and only needed half a bottle and have not foltor suffered any pain since. Would not take one hundred dollars for the other half of the bottle if I could not get any more. It will cure. If you -are suffering get a bottle at once. M. L. AM ANN, Merchant Tailor. For sale by Dunn A Fulton. I was confined to the home with kidney complaint for seven weeks and was most of tbe time in bed. Some time before I bad been refused life Insuranoe, as I wss told I could not live many months. At the suggestion of tbe drug gist, who was a friend of mine, I began taking Thompson's Barosma, Kidney and Liver Cure, and I am happy to make tbe statement, which my wife will aiUrm, that five bottles of Thompson's Barosma completely cured mo. Also I refer to my neighbors as to tbe above facts. Orson Hopkins, Townville, Pa. Barosma, 50c and $1.00. All druggists. tf TO (TUG A t OI.I IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund the money if it falls to cure. K. w. u rove 11 signature Is on each box. 26c. Protect Proprietary Mroirlnra. Did it ever occur to you that proprie tary medicines are a blessing to maukind generally? The good onos have long continued sale; the poor ones have short life and soon leave tbe market. If we bad to depend entirely upon phy sicians and druggists it would be expen sive and very inconvenient at times, es pecially in the country and at night when neither could be conveniently reached. For nearly forty years Boscbee's German Syrup has been used in many families, and thousands of lives of adults and children have been saved by its use, when it was impossible to reach a physi cian. German Syrup is tbe best bouse- nolu remeay lor cougus, colds, inroat and lung trouble. It quickly relieves the Hacking coiicli, loosens the phlegw. and brings sound and refreshing Bleep. Tweuty-tive and seventy-five cents. Get a copy of Green's Prize Almanac. For sale by Dunn & Fulton. A (U'AKANTEEt) t I KE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund money it Pazo Ointment fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing accounts have been filed in my office and will be presented at the next term of Court for confirmation: First and final account of W. T. Hart, Administrator of the estate of Walter J. M urpby, late of Jenks township, deceased. J. U. UfcllST, Clerk of Orphans' Court. Tionesta, Pa., January 22, 1906. Notice of Appeals. Notice is hereby given that the County Commissioners of Forest County, Pa., will meet at their office in the Court House iu Tionesta borough, on tbe 7th, 8lh and 9th of February, 1906, for the purpose of holding a Court of Appeals from the assessment of 1906. Leonard Aonbw, Andrew Wolf, Philip Emert, Attest, Commissioners, J. T Dale, Clerk. Tionesta, Pa., Jan. 15, 1906. Administrator's Notice. Letters of Administration on the estate of J. M. Montgomery, late of Burnett Township, Forest Couuty, Pa deceased, having been granted to tbe undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make payment without delay, and those having claims or de mands will present them, duly authenti cated, for settlement. A. R. Braden, Adm'r., Claringtnn, Pa. A. C. Brown, Attorney. 6t. PROCLAMATION. Whereas. The Hon. W. M. Lindsev. President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for tbe county ot rorest, has issued his pre cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas, Quarter sessions ot tne fence, urpnans' Court, Over and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of rorest, to commence on the Fourt'j Monday of February, being tbe 2flth day of February, lii06. No tice is thecefore given to .the Cor onor, Justices of the Peace and Con stables ot said county, that they be then and there iu their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., ot said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their office appertain to be done, and to those who are bound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall be in the jailof Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be just. Given un der my hand and seal this 22d day of January, a. I), v.mi. A. W. STROUP, L.S. Sheriff. w iVTt?n. ni.tno,.n n.i.ninuAiA n.i mail order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for tbis county and ad joining territory. Salary $20 and expenses paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent. JNo investment or experience required. Write at once for full particulars and en close self-ad dressed envelope. COOPER & uo., iaa Lake St., Chicago, ill. On Sale at Our NEWS ROOM Saturdays Or will be delivered to your house the following papers: Tbe HuflUlo Illustrated Express, The N. Y. Illustrated Record, The Saturday Evening Post, The Pennsylvania Grit, The Chicago Ledger and Blade, We also have the Buffalo Daily Morning Express, which we can de1 livor to you at noon. Carson & Matson Newsdealers. CASTOR I A lor Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature RemembeR That the low prices quoted in our Broad Gauge Advertisement in this paper last week, hold good for the balance of this month. Low Prices On other seasonable articles not mentioned for lack of space. An opportunity to save money. Take Advantage Of It MBlOIf & SON. Cut Price Sale Of Clothing. A sweeping reduction on Suits and Overcoats, including every garment in our very large stock. Alfred Benjamin & Co. 'a and Hackett, Carhart & Co.'s finest Suits and Overooata at the following re ductions: All S10 Suits and Overcoats are priced now at $8. All $17 Suits and Overcoats are priced now at $10. AU$15 Suits and Overcoats are priced nnw at $13.50 All $18 Suits aud Overcoats are priced now at $15. Other bargains too numerous to mention. Our clothing is marked in plain figures and tbe reductions will be fol lowed to the letter. THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST. , OIL CITY. PA. Fred. Grettenberger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery. En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings and ueneral Hlauksmltuiiig prompt ly uoue at ixw Kates, impairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop In rear of and Just west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBERGER PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER. Repairs 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, OIX CITt PA. WHY DO PEOPLE Neglect the Teeth? The most important aids to digestion. Have your mouth put in proper condition and note the increase in health. Stomach trouble and ca tarrh are caused and aggravated by poor teeth. Plates at $5 00 and up a set. Gold Crowns, be t 22k. gold, $5.00, Gold Fillings $1 00 and op. Silver Fillings 50 cents. New York 53 tiencca St., Oil City. JJORKNZO FULTON, Manufacturer of and Dealer in HARNESS, COLLARS, BRIDLES, And all kiiulH of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. TIONESTA. PA. Toko Laxative uromo ymnme Taints, Seven Million boxes sold in past 1 2 months. This Signature, Trousers to Order. $2.70 This opportunity is ono that appeals to every man. The chance to get good Tailor-made Trousers at half tho usual' price is exceptional. How about an extra pair or so of Trousers in your wardrobo ? Won't they bo acceptable? Wo have an ex cellent assortment of patterns for your selection, so better pre pare for future needs. Same high grade tailoring as at regu lar prices. If you should desire to take advantago of tho free pants offer with a suit or over coat order, you may do so, as both of these bargains are now on tap. Suits, Overcoats, H. B. Feit, Manager Tionesta Branch, Glasaow Woolen Mills Co., WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS. 11 n cen E T. $ I For anything needed in tbe line of HARDWARE I j From a Carpet Tack up, go to I 1 J. C. SCOWDEN, j Whose stock is kept up to that standard of excellence usual to a first class Hardware Establishment. It ned not be repeated that you can save on almost any article needed, that has been demonstrated often enough, and our customers are aware of it. Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Carpenters' and Builder' Supplies, Teamster!' Outfits, Tools or All Kinds, KItelieu Furniture. We take the lead in STOVES A number of very Handsome Cutters in stock, which will be sold at a low figure. Come and see them. Always prepared to do new or repair work promptly, in wagon making or blacksmith-ing. J. C. NCOWDEX, FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA. CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, Time Deposits Solicited. A. Wayn Cook, President. A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, A. B. Collections remitted for on day of pnyment at low rates. We promise our custom ers all the benefits consistent with conservative banking. Interest pid on time deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. To Cure a Cold In One Day $2.70 5 Extra Trousers Free OIL CITY, PA. Gas and Wood Savers. TIOXIISTA, PA. NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 850.000. $42,000. Will pay Four Per Cent, per Annum Kbllt, Cashier. Wm. Smearbauqh, Vice President DI R ROTORS O. W. Robinson, Wm. Hmearbangb, T. F. Ritchev. J. T. Dale. J. II. Kellv. Cares Crip In Two Days. rpf S'fc'J&yrX on everv box. 25c.