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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
4. C. WINK, COITOM 4 PSOPBIITO. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1907. Republican Ticket. STATK. State Treasurer, JOHN O. SB EAT, of Philadelphia. COUNTY. CouDty Treasurer, GEORGE W. HOLEMAN, of Tionesta. (Jot Registered. Voters should bear in mind that Sep. tsmber 4th Is the last day for legal regis tration In order to entitle them to vote at the Novem ber election. Republicans are admonished not to forget this Important duty. Better see to it at onoe. Bhkakino the laws is more apt to breed panics tbsn the enforcement of 'the laws is to have that result. As far as the prosperity of the West Is concerned, Wall street is a local issue, and the aame may be ssid of the country's prosperity in general. NeW Yobk barbers have decided that men who sbave themselves must cut their own hair. Here's a splendid chance for a correspondence school to teach hair-cutting by mall. It is now being pointed out that If the prosecution of the trusts continue, the poor will suffer with the rich. Still, that's a heap better than the poor suffer ing alone. Another bluebook In England gives the navy of the United States second place in fighting strength. And Uncle Ssm lias made up his mind, in the interest of peace, to keep the navy in up-to-date working oondition. President Roosevelt has decided that the Prosperity procession must not be baited by Tariff revision. This will be a disappointment to the dyspeptics who have been growling at the good times. Sorsoton Truth. A few years sgo it would bave been said that the annual expenditure of $35, 000,000 on rural free delivery would be ruinous, but the Post Office Department bas been cutting down the defloit of late, and hopes to wipe it ont. Ik the year 1857 the treasury revenue of tbe United States Government was 168,000,000, an amount nearly equaled now by tbe monthly receipts. Another tenfold increase in the next fifty years would reach amasing figures. Mark an "R" on the calendar for Sep tember 4, which will remind you to re gister on that date. Do not neglect this. It will qualify you for voting both at tbe November and February elections. And unless you register you cannot vote. Exposition Clubs are being formed in different parts of theoountry. The mem bers are saving one, two or three dollars each week In order that by tbe time tbe Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition opens at Seattle, June 1, 1909, they will bave sufficient funds to pay lor a trip to tbe world's fair. A treasurer is elected who collects snd keeps the money. Which moves tbe apprensiye Oil City Blizzard to remark that "this will afford many thrifty person an opportunity to get away with the club's funds before the opening, which is nearly two years away." Republicans, Attention I Here are some "last days" to which we invite your attention: For registering voters, Wednesday, September 4. For paying poll taxes, Saturday, Oc tober S. For filing certificates of nomination, State offices, Monday, September 23. For filing nomination papers, State offices, Tuesday, October 1. For filing certificates of nomination county offices, Tuesday, October 8. For filing nomination papers, county offices, Tuesday, October 15. Election day, Tuesday, Nov. 5. Candidate Skeatz's Opening Speech. Tbe opening speech of Mr. Sheatz, tbe Republican candidate for State Treasurer was direct, manly and unequivocal. He gave every pledge that the people could ask, and his pledge was convincing be cause there wss an honest, fearless man behind it. Mr. Sbeatz declared for the punishment of the Capitol looters to the fullest extent of the law. Whatever be can do to pro mote that object will be done, and no ef fort within hia power to prevent the re currence of such crimes in any branch of tbe public service will be spared. He has himself been an upright and irre proachable publio representative and that, too, amid many temptations and he abhors such a betrayal of publio trust. But his pledges went much farther. He said: "Of this you can be absolutely sure that if elected I positively will re fuse to pay any request or demand upon the State Treasury where theexpenditure Is not clearly defined and approved by existing laws, or when I suspect that great extravagrnce exists." That goes right to tbe root of the whole matter. Tbe Treasurer is tbe custodian of the State funds. He pays upon war rant, but that is nota perlunctory mission to pay sny and every warrant that may be presented. He must know the au tbority of law for it. He must be on guard agaiust wanton extravagance. He must be a faithful watchdog. If any other official baa been lsx he must en force rigid accountability. That is what Mr. Sheatz pledges himself to do aud his record is tbe assurance that he will ful fill his pledge. Tbe people of the Stats can ask nothing more or better. Mr. Sbeatz will do bis dutv without fear or favor. He Is free and antrammeled. He is under no obli Rations except to tbe people. He was nominated, not by machine influence, but by tbe general sentimentof independ ent delegate who recognized the import ance of making a candidate whose char acter and record would command Im plicit publio confidence. Mr. Sheatz meets all tbe requiremente.-Philadelphta Press. Neighborhood Notes. Tbe Citizens Gas company of TIdloute has advanced tbe price of gas to thirty cents a thousand feet, effective 8ept. 1. A report from Fredonla, N. Y says the Chautauqua grape belt la in Ane con dition and tbe harvest promises to be very large. The opening of the publio school at Sblppenville, Clarion county, has been postponed for a couple of weeks to await the termination aud outcome of a case of small pox that bas developed in tbe com munity. At New Castle 62 children, under two years of age, have died during July and August. Cholera infantum was the chief cause of the mortality. At Youngstown 43 children bave died since August 1, the majority from cholera infantum. Emory Covell, aged 20 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cbsrles Covell, of Goodwill Hill, Pa., was killed at Celeron Sunday afternoon by being struck by a trolley car. His besd was badly crushed and bis body mutilated, death resulting Instatntly. Young Covell bad been employed as a pumper by George Coe at Pleasantville. Besides bis parents, he leaves surviving five sisters and two brothers, George Barnes, of Shingle House, N, Y., was held up Saturday by three masked footpads and robbed of bis watch and $7 In money. Not content with this tbe footpads relieved him of all his clothe-., even to his underclothes and socks. Clothed only in tbe darkness of tbe falling night, Mr. Barnes was enabled to reach a local hotel without being aeen by any but the greedy bandits. Left bis home in the borough of Cen terville, Pa., on Tuesday, August 6, Harry D. Atherton, aged 37 years, dark hair, eyes and mustache, quite bald and tbin In flesh, weight about 120 pounds, and height about five feet seven Inches, Had on a "pepper and salt" suit of clothes, and summer cap to match. Last seen at Britton Run tbe same day be left. Had with him between 1400 and $500. Was a past grand in Cerjterville lodge, No. 8S9, . O. O. F. Send any information concern ing tbe missing man to T. J. Patton, secretary I. (). O F., Centervtlle, Pa. Other papers please copy. A number of young men who reside in Sheffield and Warren are preparing to go to Mardi Graa In New Orleans this winter, This trip will be msde from Warren to New Orleans by boat, and it ia expected that about three months will be consumed in their trip which will be started as toon as the water reaches a stage sufficiently high to carry tbe boat over the shallows in the stream. A naptba launch will be taken with tbe party so that good pro gress can be made through slack water when necessary, and tbe bouse boat can be kept out of the track of tbe big steam ers on the Ohio and Mississippi. Henry Wsgner, tbe prisoner in tbe Mead ville jail who is charged with assault ing 14-year-old Alma Whitehead near Turnersville confessed Wednesday to two similar cases of assault previous to tbe one on which be is now beid. He also made known bis identity. He said bis name was Henry Lehna, of West Newton, Pa., where bis parents and his brother and sister reside. One of tbe oases to which Lehna confessed was that upon Nellie Ott, 15 years old, at Ridgely, Mineral County, West Yirgiuia, on June 22 last. The other was upon 14-year-old Mary Meds gar, at West Newton, July 6. Lehna was Identified by both these victims. In tbe West Virginia affair Lehna caught Miss Ott early in the morning while she was in tbe mountains after the cows. He dragged ber to bis camp where be tied ber to four stakes previously driven in the ground. At West Newton be caught Mary Medsgar early in the eveniug and kept ber in the woods about half tbe night, From Indian Territory. Alluwr, Ind. Ter., Aug. 20, 1907. Dear Friend: Today, as it is trying to rain, I thought I would try to fulfill my promise to drop you a few lines, as I am sitting in the power house, and thinking of the old home and friends. Well, this is one of tbe dryest seasons I ever saw. It has not rained for two months and everything Is drying up. In fact I am just about dried up myself and tanned as brown as an Indian. Some of tbe machines have shut down for water, but there is plenty of work and men are scarce here. The corn crop In this part is a failure; the wheat was good but there Is not much raised here. Tbe natives are poor farmers; they like to bunt and fish better than work. There will be plenty of quail and squirrels this fall. Wish you and Joe Soowden were here. would show you a good time. There is no ubs asking any one else to oome out here, as this is too far from borne. Well, I like tbe west for I bave been here half of my life, and I can't stay In Pennsyl rania longer than a year at a time. The oil business is good here. Wish some of tbe old boys would come out and see this field. We would show them bow to pot down a bole and get oil. Well, I will bave to close as the rain bas passed off and I will bave to go out and look after my work and get a drink not beer, as that is scarce here. With best wishes to all, Yours, R. C. Shriver. HAD AX AWPl'I. TI ME But Chamberlain's Colic, tiiolrra and Mar rhoea Remedy Cnred Illm. It is with pleasure that I give you this unsolicited tesimonial. Aboutayearsgo when I had a severe case of measles I got caught out in a hard rain and the measles settled in my Btomacb and bowels. 1 bad an awful time and bad it not been for the use ol Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have pos sibly lived but a few hours longer, but tbsnks to this remedy 1 am now strong aud well. I bave written tbe above through simple gratitude snd I shall always speak a good word for this remedy. Sboj. H. Gwin, Concord, Ga. For sale by Dunn A Fulton. WANTED, Men and women for attendants at Slate Hospital for tbe Insane, North Warren, Penn'a. Women are paid f 18.00 and men $22.00 a month to begin, and wages are Increased according to capability and length of service. There is aj training school for nurses in connection with the institution. Application for positions should be made to Dr. Morris 8. Gutb, Sup't, State Hospital, Warren, Pa. 87 lot Pineules are for the Kidneys and Bladder. They bring quick relief to backache, rheumatism, lumbago, tired worn out feeling. They produce natural action of the kidneys. 30 days treatment $1.00. Money refunded if Pineules are not satisfactory. Hold by J. R. Morgan. Cream of the News. Many a real complexion travels an der false colors. Dadea Little Liver Pills keep the system clean, tbe stomach sweet. Prompt relief for headache and biliousness. Good for all the family. Sold by J. R. Morgan. The worst swindler of all is tbe man who oheats himself. This Is the time to trig out the chil dren tor school days, snd Hopkins' store is tbe place to do it. Tbe best school shoe In the market at the least money. The bites and stings of insects, sun burn, cuts, burna and bruises relieyed at onoe with Plnesalve Car bo lied. Aots like a poultice. Draws out Inflammation. Try it. Price 25c Sold by J. R. Morgan. One way to avoid tbe fire is to keep out of the frying pan. Man Zan Pile Remedy conies put up In a collapsible tube with a nozzle. Easy to apply right where the soreness and in flammation exists. It relieves at once blind bleeding, itching or protruding piles. Guaranteed. Sold by J. R. Mor gan. Every village has Its oldest inhabi tant, but be Is never a woman. Summer coughs and colds yield at once to Bees Laxative Cough Syrup, contains boney and tar but no opiates. Children like It. Its laxative qualities recommend it to mothers. Hoarseness, coughs, croup yield quickly. Keep it on hsnd. Sold by J. R. Morgan. Tbe man who is scared into being good is the one most likely to boast of hia exceeding virtue. IOO REWARD, "100. Tbe readers of this paper will be SI eased to leain that there is at least one readed disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fra ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Hall s Catarrb cure is taken In ternally, acting directly anon the blood and mucous surface of the system, there by destroying tbe foundation ot trie dis ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution ana assist ing nature in doing its work.. The pro prietors bave so much faith in its cura tive powers that tbey offer One Hundred Dollars for any case mat It tails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c Hall's Family Pills are thebeat. For Sale. Horse, harness and buggy. Horse weighs about 1,100 lbs., and Is good traveler. Not afraid of autos, steam or electrio cars. Inquire of Dr. Frank Hunter, Tionesta, Pa. It Reduced. Rates to Saratoga Springs Account G. A. R. Encampment. For the National Encampment, Grand Arm y of tbe Repu blic at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., September H to 14, the Pennsyl vania Railroad will sell exoursion tickets to Saratoga Springs from all stations on its lines September 7 to 9, Inclusive, good returning to leave Saratoga Spring Sep. tember 9 to 17, at reduced rates. Stop overs at New York, Philadelphia, Balti more and Washington will be granted on tickets leading via those cities. Tickets via New York will be honored by Hudson River Boat lines between New York and Albany or Troy. By deposit of ticket with Special Agent at Saratoga Springs and tbe payment of fl.Ot) an extension of tbe return limit to October 6 may be obtained. For full information regarding stop overs, rates of fare, conditions of tickets and train aervice consult Ticket Agents, Great Clearance Sale. The Semi-Annual Clearance Sale at tbe Big Department Store of David Mints at Marienville is now going on and will continue during all the month of August. It will pay you to come up and buy what goods you are needing at present, and what you will need this winter. Yours very truly, David Mints. Our pity invariably slops oyer .when we meet an easy-going man who is mar ried to an Intellectual woman. Remedy for Diarrhoea, Never Knowa Is Fail. "I want to sav a tew words for Cham berlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea nemeay. i nave used this preparation in my family for the past five years and have recommended it to a number of oeo- ple in York county and bave never Known it to tall to effect a cure In any in stance. I feel that I can not sav too much for tbe best remedy of tbe kind in the world." 8. Jemison , Spring Grove, York County, Pa. This remedy is for sale iy uuud x r uiton, OLD HOME WEEK. Dedication XcKlnley Monument, Buffalo. For the Old Home Week and the Dedi cation of the McKinley Monument at uunaio, September 1 to 7, the Pennsyl vania Railroad will sell special exoursion tickets to Buffalo from all stations on ita lines more than fifty miles and not oyer tnroe bundred miles from Buffalo on August 31, September 1. 2 and 8. nood to return until September 0, Inclusive, at greatly reduced rates. For the fare from your station and ad ditional information concerning the con ditlons of tickets and the train service consult nearest Ticket Agent. it Farmers make so much money in the government reports it's a wonder tbey don't insist on hsving some of it. For an Impaired Appetite. To Improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion try a few doses of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, of Detroit, Miob., says: "They restored my appetite when Impaired re lieved me of a bloated feelimr and naiiRsri a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels." Price, 25 cents. Samples tree. Dunn A Fulton. TIONESTA BOOMLNG. Houses and Lots in Demaud on Account of the New Factory. That there la great a demand for dwell ings is evidenced by the fact that today there isn't a bouse for rent in Tionesta. I desire to state, however, tbat I bave a number for sale, ranging in price all the way from $800 to $i,000, which can be had on reasonable terms. Call on or communicate with me if interested. I can get you located satisfactorily in a short time. Calvin M. Arner, Real Estate and Insurance, Tionesta, Pa, Unfortunately for the surveyor, be Is not monarch of all he surveys. Very Low One Way Rates to Pacific Coast Points via Xickel Plate Road, Also to many other points In the West and Northwest. Tickets on sale daily September 1st to October 81st. Get full information of agent or write C. A. Aster lin, D. P. A Erie, Pa. 21-5t-911 Keaema. For the good of those suffering with ec zema or other such trouble, I wish to say. my wife bad something of tbat kind and after using the doctors' remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to be better than anything she bad tried. For sale by Dunn A Fulton. PROCLAMATION. Whereas, The Hon. W. M. Llndsey, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for the county of Forest, has issued his pre cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court. Over and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to commence ou the Fourth Monday of September, being the 23d day of September. 1907. No tice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices or the Peace and Con stables of said county, that they be then and there In their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., ot said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those tilings which to their office appertain to be done, and to those whoare bound in reoognizanoe to prosecute against the prisoners that are orshall oeinthejallof Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be lust. Given un der my band and seal this 20tb day of AUKUSt, A. If. IWI. A. W. BTKOUP, US. Sheriff, TRIAL LIST. List of causes set down for trial In the Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, rennsyivania, commencing on tbe Fourth Mondav of September, 1907: 1. T. D. Collins, F. X. Kreitler, F. K. Brown and W. W. Dickey vs. L. 8. Clough aud T, E. Bradley. No. 6, Sep tember term, 1905. Summons In eject ment. 2. T. D. Collins vs. South Penn Oil Co. No. 12, November term, 1905. Sum mons In ejectment. 3. Forest A. Huff vs. Ben. Franklin Insurance Co. No. 16, November term, 1906. Summons in assumpsit. 4. Daniel Steiner vs. B. C. Hsdden. No. 33, November term, 1906. Summons in assumpsit. 5. William Cnnnlnrham et al. vs. El mer Sution et si. No. 9, February term. 1907. Summons In trespass. 6. John Passaur vs. Jacob Wagner. No. 30, May term, 1907. Summons in assumpsit. 7. Citizens National Bank vs. Q. Jam leson. No. 23, Msy term, 1907. Sum mons in assumpsit. 8. Citizens National Bank vs. W. G. Wyman. No. 24, May term. 1907. Sum mons in assumpsit. 9. Citizens National Bank vs. Joseph W. Landers et al. No. 2Ti, May term, 1907. Summons in assumpsit. iu. citizens National Bank vs. John R. Osgood et al. No. 26. May term. 1907. 8ummons in assumpsit. 11. Citizens National Bank vs. William G. Wyman et al. No. 27, May term, 1907. Summons in assumpsit. Attest, J. u. UK 1ST, Prothonotary. Tionesta, Pa., August 26, 1907. Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby .lven tbat tbe follow ing accounts have been filed in mv office and will be presented at the next terra of uourt ror connrmation : First and final account of A. R. Braden. administrator ol tbe estate of J. M. Montgomery, late of Barnett township, Forest county, Pa., deceased. Triennial account of E. W. Bowman. guardian for Frank and Norman D. T. Zahniser, minor children of Uriah Zahn iser, late of Tionesta township, Forest couuty, Pa., deceased. J. C. UE1ST, Clerk of Orphans' Court, Tionesta, Pa., August 26, 1907. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued out of the Couit of Com mon Pleas of Forest County. Pennsylva nia, and to me directed, there will be ex posed to sale by publio vendue or outcry, at tbe Court House, In the Borough of xionesia, r oresi county, ra., ou MONDAY, 8EPT. 23, A. D. 1907, at one o'clock p. m. the following de scribed real estate, to-wit : S. C. MENSCH vs. WALTER F. LOW MAN, Fieri Facias, No. 6, September Term, 1907. (Waivers.) Ritcbey A Carringer, Attorneys, All the right, title, interest snd claim of tbe defendant of, in and to all that cer tain piece, parcel or lot of land lying and being situate in tbe village of Marienville, Township of Jenks, County of Forest and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a post on Birch Street, the corner of Hetrick Lots; tbence South along said Hetrlck Lots, 153 feet to a post on an Alley; thence East, along said Alley, 132 feet to a post on line of Cyrus Hunt; tbence North, along line of said Hunt, 153 feet to a post on said Birch Street; thence West along said Birch Street, 132 feet to tbe place of beginning; containing 20,196 square feet be tbe same more or less; erected thereon one two-story frame building, 22x26 feet, with kitchen at tached; one two-story barn and other out buildings. Taken in execution and to be sold as tbe property of Walter F, Lowman, at tbe suit of S. C. Mensch. TERMS OF SALE. The following must be strictly complied with when the property is stricken down ; 1. When the plaintifl'or other lein cred itors become the purchaser, tbe costs on the writs must be paid, and a list of liens including mortgage searches on the prop erty sold, together with such lien credit or's receipt for the amount of the pro ceeds of the sale or such portion thereof as be may claim, must be furnished the Sheriff. 2. All bids must be paid in full. 3. All sales not settled immediately will be continued until 2 o'clock p. m., of the next day, at which time all property not settled for will again be put up and sold at the expense and risk of the person to whom first sold. See Purdon's Digest, Ninth Edition, page 440 and Smith's Forms, page 384. A. W. ST ROUP, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Tionesta, Pa., August 22, 1907. Fred. Grettenberger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. AU work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings and General Blacksmithing prompt ly done at Low Rates. Repairing 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 ofSuspeDBion Bridge, Third ward, OIL CITY, PA. a Reduced Prices, We are overstocked on Shirt Waists. These are all this sea son's goods, elbow and regular length sleeves, well tailored, and good values at our regular prices. We offer these at off the marked price. Wash Skirts, Jumper Suits, and one lot of i Wrappers, off the marked price. One lot Colored Wash I t Goods, one lot Hammocks, X jj off the marked price. Low prices on other goods. I G. W. ROBINSON & SON I Forced Sale! Positively the Last Week of the Slaughter of this Stock. $20,000 worth of fall and winter merchandise knocking at our doora. These goods we have bought and must receive. This makes it impera tive that our present stock must va cate. Another week of brisk selling will do it. Are you able to embrace the opportunity? August 31st is the last day. Men's Clothing, one-third off Children's Clothing, one-fourth oil Hats and Furnishings, one-fourth to one half off. Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases, one fourth to one-balf off. Only one oondition Cash. Tbe above prices are for our beat and newest goods. THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST. , OIL CITY. PA. $3.50 Buys any pair of Nettletons.$5.00 and 5.50 Oxfords in the store. JOE LEVI, Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, OIL. CITY, PA. TTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTI I I k w T TIONESTA I Cash Bakery! J. C. MYERS. PROP. t New and up-to-date in all its appoimmeuis. Bread, Ties, Cakes, and any thing in the line of pastry T baking fresh every day. :: ICE CREAM by the dish, or in quantity. Special orders by pboue or iu person are given prompt at- lenilOD BOO SttllBIBUUUU guar- j, aoteed. Your patronage is f i ii i j nn i T ainaiy souoitea. dbh buu County Phones. -r Administratrix's Notice. Letters of Administration on the estate of John R. Osgood, late of Tionesta, For est County, Pa., deceased, having been f;ranted to the undersigned, all persona ndebted to said estate are hereby notified to make payment without delay, and those having clainiB or demands will present them, duly authenticated, for settlement. Anna Osgood, Adm'rx, .-...- . .. Tionwita, Pa. Bitches A Cabrikqer, Attorneys. The Clothing Made Bearing the Union Label. Labor Day is oomiog and that is just what every union man is looking for. Why not consider tbe advisa bility of having your next suit made to order here, tail ored from some sound quality material such as we offer. It means a perfectly fitting garment out the way you like it and right up to the minute in fashion. No Trust Made Woolens. Every yard of goods In our store was woven at our own mills, where none but union bands are employed to turn out the finest qualilied fabrics. $15, $18, $20.00 Pressed and repaired free. Suits and Top Coats 1 ii IT.'..l:ILHH:HWm.l:in M 22 SENECA ST. FOREST COUNTY TIONI8TA, CAPITAL STOCK, -SURPLUS, Time Dejwaita Solicifal. Will pay Four rev Cent, per Annum A. Watsb Cooe, President. A. B. A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, Collections remitted for on day of payment at low rates. We promise our custom era all the benefits consistent with conservative banking, interest pld on time deposits. Tour patronage respectfully solicited. Monarch Clothing Co. School Clothing; For Boys and Girls. Toojf It's easy to dress your children correctly and to your satisfaction. It can be done, too, at no increase of cost. If you are tired of tbe dull same ness you find at other stores, if you'd like styles for your boy tbat aro not commonplace, those bright snappy garmeuts which you would expect to find in New York stores, and io the same satisfying variety, Come to Uft Willi Boys or Girls. We uot only promise but assure the newest of products from the best makers of Boys' or Children's Clothing in the country. Don't go hunting around for the style at the right price. You'll find it here at loss cost than you thought of. Boys Suits. Nobby double breasted suits io black or fancy cheviots, double seated knees and sewed with best Irish lioen. Ages 7 to 1G. $1 .98 Nobby all wool cheviot suits in black or fancy patterns, double breasted style with straight or bloom er pauts; also Norfolk styles made io latest styles and newest patterns Ages 6 to 16. $2.98 Nobby all wool worsted suits or heavy and stylish all wool blue serge suits for ages 6 to 17; made double or single breanted style with belt and bloomer pants, also pants made plain with buttons or buckle at bottom for the smaller boys; all seats iu trousers double with double knee and sewed with silk and linen; the very best $5 suits sold. At our store, (3.98 Extra high grade all wool worsted MONARCH CLOTHING CO. NEAR DERRICK OFFICE, Best Made to Measure - 01 OIL CITY, PA. NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. tso.ooo. $73,000. Kkllt. Cashier, Wm. Smbarbacoh, Vice President mm DIRIOTORS O. W. Robinson, Wm. HinnarbaiiKh, T. F.Rltohev. J. T. Pale. A. K. Kellv. suits, made by custom tailors. The most select patteroB and high class suits worth $6 to $7. At our store, $4.98 All styles Roys' Knee Pants.Boys' Shirts, Hosiery, and Hats or Caps. F1IEE We give school boxes to all purchasers' of Boys' or Girla' Clothing. New sailor and blouse suits for the little fellows now on sale., Girls' Dresses in endless varie ties less than the cost of material. 49c, (i9c, 98c, 1.98 OIL CITY, PA.