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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. E. WINK. COITOR 4 PSO.BIITO. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1907. Republican Ticket. hTATK. State Treasurer, JOHN O. SHEATZ, of Philadelphia. tOINTY. County Treasurer, (i FORGE W. 1IOLEMAN, of Tionesta. 1907 SEPTEMBER 1907 Su.lMo.Tu. We. Th.Fr.Sa. 1jL11 89I0M HJ3 14 5 j6J7l8J9 20 2t 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 301111 MOON'S PHASES. iMoon 21 Quarter 28 w n 4:04 4:31 p.m. S:ST a-m. p.m. 10:40 p.m. 3 Quarter 14 Republicans, Attention! Ilere are some "last days" to which we invite your attention: For paying poll taxes, Saturday, Oc tober 5. For filing certificates of nomination, Slate oflices. Monday. September '23. .v For tiling nomination papers, State offices, Tuexdav, October 1. For filing certificates of nomiualion county olliis, Tuesday, October 8. For tiling nomination papers, county offices, Tuesday, October in. Election day, Tuesday, Nov 5. Onk reason lor our present interest in the planet Mars, is tbat we would like to know so much how the Martians go about the business of digging a big canal. Tun news that one of our Islands has disappeared must confirm the worst fears of Hobson and Bob Taylor. Japan lias evidently swallowed it while we were not looking. Thk harvester trust ought to be prompt in paying the line of $1,000,000 assessed against it in the Lone Star State, and be thanklul that it did not fall into the hands of Judice Landis. Thonk who have been looking for a hopeful sign will find it In the announce ment that the rich fanners of the West are coming to the relief of the embar rassed financial concerns of the East. Jutkik Ckiowkll is being commended in many localities for bis action with re ference to the county roads. For exam ple, the Philadelphia Press says: "Judge Criswell, of Venango County, has had '18 Road Commissioners indicted because they neglected to repair the roads. This looks like rather drastic action, but there are some sections of the state where Road Commissioners have never learned that it la tbelr business to see that the roads are kept In proper condition. Some ol them have been accustomed to hearing a lecture from the bench without being very much impressed with It. An in dictment is different and will go much farther toward gotting the work properly done." Sechktabv Ta-t, who Is now on his way to the Philippines, will be abseut from the country for several months, but that fact somehow seems to add Interest in bis availability for the Presidency. Mr. Tart has bad a wider experience' in public affairs than any other man men tioned for the great olliee which seems to be calling for bim. He solved the diffi cult problem of the Philippines, stopped the insurection in Cuba, and put the is land in a healthy condition in a few days, and above all be is successfully conduct ing the most stupendous engineering un dertaking to be found anywhere in the world's history the Panama Canal, fia this long record of successes seems to bold bim out conspicuously as one emi nently fitted for tbe "High Olllce." The Bell telephone company and its subsidiaries are said to have withdrawn the half-rate long distance night service, which is equivalent to saying that tbe night and day cost of telephoning will hereafter be tbe same. Tbe reason given for this drastio change is tbat much busi ness was held back until after 6 p. m. in order to got the cheaper rate, thus causing a congestion in tbe evening. This sounds well for tbe telephone people, but there are a whole lot of folks who will see in it a desire to pull more blood out of tbe publio as tbe monopoly gots its fangs thoroughly fastened in the flesh of its patrons. There is one way, and a good one, to even up with this effort to gouge and tbat Is to use more one-cent postal cards and less telephones, a thing which is easily done if I lie public will Just "steady up" and do for awhile. The pace has been one of too great rapidity any way and it won't hurt to slow up a little just to give certain institutions to under stand tbat tbere is a limit. A peculiar and sjinewhat cm I Harass ing situation has arisen iu Georgia in consequence of the recent enactment of the prohibitory amendment to the consti tution of that statu. Under a strict con struction of the law which goes iuto elfect January 1, I'm, it is held it will be un lawful to administer wine at tbe commun ion table. This feature ol the law is causing protests and Grand Juries throught tbe state have adopted the fol lowing: "After January I, l'.K)8, every minister who bands sacramental wine to bis members will subject himself to as many indictments as there are members. Every deacon who bauds tbe sacramental wine to tbe membeis of the church will subject himself to as many indictments as there are members. We petition the General Assembly of Georgia to make such amendments totbe lawas will allow tbe Christian people of the state to wor ship God according to the dictates of their own conscience, without violating the laws of the state." Our fleet will cousume 100,000 tons of coal on Its passage to the Pacillo and take three months for the journey. The Ore gon made the distance in sixty days, but was needed in a tight, and got there in time. . : : Rkkkriukq to the decision of Judge Willing, of Erie county, finding the mayor of Erie guilty of violating the corrupt practices act, the Wilkes-Barre Record says: "The first decision of the corrupt practices act was handed down on Monday by Judge E. A. Willing, of Erin county. The case bofore him was that against the new mayor of the city of Erie, who is charged with violating the provisions ol the act. The matter will now be brought to the attention of Attor ney General Todd, who will likely insti tute quo warranto proceedings to ouset the mayor from olllce. The friends of re form in elections have been greatly en couraged by the opinion handed down by the Erie judge. In his opinion Judge Willing holds that the mayor spent mon ey for various purposes and made no mention of it In bis ofliclal accounting, all of which is contrary to law. Several cases similar to that of the Erie mayor are pending In various parts of the state." Neighborhood Notes. The oldest school teacher in Indiana county is said to be W. L. Davis of Ar msgli, 70 years of age, hearty and still effective. Thoy bad a frost up In McKean county about two weeks ago that did much damage to the corn and other tender vegetation. At Kittanning, one night recently, burglars made a raid on several resi dences and showed a discrimination that was unique. They raided the bouse of Edward Adams, a dairyman, took several dollars in pennies found in a cup and then divided the other things. They only appropriated one-half of a beef roast, one ot two dozen eggs, half a cake, one half tbe potatoes, half a pound of colfee, one-half of a four pound roll of butter, eto. They then visited a neighboring house, and, carrying Ed. Cusbman's trousers from bis Led room took nine dollars out of a roll containing $18. Following the accidental shooting of his companion, Robert Ramsey, Jr., shortly after midnight, Howard Riley committed suicide by jumping In front of an express train on tbe Allegheny di vision of the Pennsylvania railroad near Kittanning Sunday. Ramsey and Riley bad started on a lark, and when passing a farm house decided to secure some eat ables for a feast. Ramsey went into the farmhouse and Riley went to tbe chicken coop. bile Riley was in the coop Ramsey opened the door and as lie struck match Riley, thinking it was the owner shot Ramsey through tbe breast. Riley when he found be bad shot his friend, be came almost insaue, and tried to shoot himself. Riley took the injured man home, then hurried for doctors, remain ing near tbe bedside until early iu tbe morning. Then he went home, told bis mother of the shooting, changed his clothes, and returned to Ramsey. He seemed to be beside himself with grief. Without saying anytblug, he left tbe bouse, walked out ou the railroad track and when the express from Buffalo came rushing along be threw himself in front of the engine and was ground to pieces. Ministerial Appointments. At tbe seventy-first Erie annual con ference of the Methodist Episcopal church held in Erie last week, tbe following ap pointments were made by Bishop Berry: Franklin District. D. A. Piatt, P. E., Franklin, Pa.; Oil City, Bethel, J. K. Wblppo, Grace, II. G. Hall, Trinity, A. C. Ellis; Chicora, E. M. Fradenburgh; Clintonville, J. E. Hillard; Eagle Rock, to be supplied; Eau Claire, H. B. Davis; Kmlenton and Foxburg, C. H. Frarup ton; Fertlg, J. C. Williams; Fianklin, R. E. Brown; Karns City, L. H. Shindle decker; Kay lor, Thomas Pollard; Kellett vllle, R. J. Montgomery; Parker's Land ing, J. E. lams; Petrolia and Bruin, J. R, Rich; Pleasautville and Enterprise, E. W. Springer; Polk, J. A. Ilovis; Reno and Galloway, to be supplied; Robinson Chapel, J. M. Foster; Rockland, D, R. Palmer; Rousoville and 11 inner. T. J. IJ am il ton ; ttouoca, W, P. Lowthian; iSherrett and Riinerton, to bo supplied; Tionrsta, Nebraska and Cropu Hill, W. O. Calhoun; Tidioute, A. J. Riuker; West Hickory and Whig Hill, W. E. Dayis; West Monterey and Cineenstown, L. R. Phipps; Wost Sunbury and North Hope, G. D. Walker. Clarion District. A. R. Rich, P. E., DuBois, Pa.; Arroyo, to be supplied; Beechtree, R. F. Howe; Belleview, J. E. Allgood; Big Run, Albert Sydow; Brock port, W. S. Gearbeart; Brockwayville, J. W. Blaisdell; Brook ville, J. A. McCamey; Byromtown, to be supplied; Callensburg, M. B. Riley; Clarington, to be supplied; Clarion, W. K. Crosby; Corsica, to be supplied; DuBois, J. B. Neff; DuBois Circuit, H. II. Barr; East Brady, H. F. Miller; Emerlckville, to be supplied; Falls Creek, F. M. Redingi r; FroBtburg, Anthony Groves; Glen Hazel, J. P. Hicks; Hawthorne, John A. Galbraith; Hazen, F. H. Frampton; Italian Mission, Salva- tore Paterno; Johnsonburg, 8. H. 1' ra ther; Knox, J. D. Clommons; Lutiiers burg, to be supplied; .Marlenville, E. D Thompson; New BetMehem, J. II. Jel- bart; Puuxsutawney, First. C. W. Miner, Lindsey, C. H. Quick; Putneyville, D. E. Baldwin; Reynoldsville, J. A. Par sons; Ridgway. J. H. Clemens; Kimers- burg, C. J. Baker; Ringgold, Henry Smallenbnrgnr; Sabula, to be supplied; Salem, W. H. Hobinsou; Shippenville, H. E. Phipps; Sigel, to lie supplied; Sli- go, J, K. Adams; Summorville, C, J, oiler; Sykesviilo, W. K. Frampton; Ty lersburg, A. B. Wilkinson. Otukr Appointments. W. 1'. Mur ray, P. E. Erie District, Erie; Meadville, State street, R. A. Huzza; ('ooperstown, H. K. Steele; Ferdinand, F. M. Small; Hydetown, K. D. Mowry; Spartaiisburg. H. B. Potter; J. K. Kankin, P. E. James- tonw District, Jamestowu; Barnes and Glade, O. H. Nickle; Nheflield, II. A. Ellis; Sherman, It. L. Foulke. The following were elected ministerial delegates to the general conference, which will hold its next meeting in Baltimore: I). A. Piatt, Presiding Kldnr Franklin District; T. W. Douglas, Presiding Elder New Castle District; W. p. Murray, Pre siding Elder Erie District; W. H. Craw ford, President Allegheny College, and H. M. Burns, Grace church, Sew Castle, Following are the lay delegates elected Wm. DeForest of Sharon, C. E. Welch of Westtield, R. N. McCov ol Kane, T. D, Collins of Nebraska, G. G. Stitzlnger of we-v (jasue. Erie Conlereore will meet in James town, N. Y., in 1008. Cream of tho Sews. The weakness of an individual is shown by the colors used in dress. We're desirous of making room for our fall stock and so havo many bargains Iu all kinds of goods for you. Call early, Hopkins. It A hasty formed opinion on a delicate suojoct, siiould lie Held lor revision. If you have put off buying till you could get bargains, then catch on now. Hopkins has marked all warm weather goods for slaughter, and thoy are going at ridiculous prices. It If you dislike a person show "it only when a point is to be gained thereby, The price no longer cuts any figure in the sale of summer goods. They are all marked for the slaughter and you get these practically at your own figures. Hopkins, It Too much self-will warps the imagi nation and stunts intellectual growth. Rings Dyspepsia Tablets do the work. Stomach trouble, dyspepsia, in.llirestiou, bloating, etc., yield quickly. Two nays treatment free. Ask your druggist for a free trial. Sold by J. R. Morgan. Showing respect to thoe over you does not require evidence ol servility. Do von know tbat Pinesalve Carbol- ized acts like a poultice in drawing out inflammation and poison? It is antisep tic For cuts, burns, eer.ejia, cracked hands it Is immediate relief. Sold Iiy J. R. Morgan. -Tt in what vou romember rather than what you read from ffbii-h oeuelit is de rived. Mothers with little children need no onger fear croup, colds or whooping cough, liee" Laxative Cough Syrup tastes good. It works off the cold through the bowels, clears the head. Guaranteed, Sold by J. R. Morgan. About tbe surest way to keep your name before tbe publio is to gel it in scribed on a toiiiljetoue. -It is a well known fact tbat persons living in tbe Pine forests do not sutler from kidney disesses. One dose of Pine tiles at night usually relieves backache. 30 davs' tieatmenl, $1.00. Your money refunded if not satislied. Sold by J. R. Morgan. Nothing jolts the average man quite so hard as the attempts of a homely woman to flirt with bim. It comes put up in a collapsible tube with a nozzle, easy to apply to the sore ness and inflammation, for any form of Piles; il soothes and heals, relieves the pain itching and burning. Man Zan Pile Remedy. PriceaOcts. Guaranteed. Sold by J. R. Morgan. The average woman will use almost any kind of soap if it is recommended to improve tbe complexion. Catalogue, oi the Kochestfr Institute. lliisiiiess The catalogue issued by tbe Rochester Business Institute Isa beautiful specimen of the printer's art. It illustrates the different departments of the institution and fully describes the courses of study. It gives complete information regarding rates, terms, registration dates, and many other particulars. Any person contem plating a commercial course should have a copy ol this catalogue. How's This 1 We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chunky Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, ha va known F.J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable iu all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mado iiy their firm. West Traux, wholesale druggists, To ledo, O., WaLDINO, KlNNAN it MARVIN, wholesale druggists. Teledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cine is tiike.i internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c pe.-bottle. Sold by alfdruggists. Testi monials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. There are lots of ways of wasting time. Feeling sorry for yourself brings about as little returns as any. t hanibi-rlnlii's Coniih Iti-iniilv One of the Best nn I he Market. For many years Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has constantly gained in faver and popularity until it is now one of the most staple medicines in use and has an enormous sale. It is Intended especially for acute throat and lung disease, such as coughs, colds and croup, and can always be depended upon. It is pleasant and safe to take and is undoubtedly tbe best in tbe market for the purposes for which it is intended. Sold by Dunn if- Fulton Clearance Sale Continued. The Clearance Sale at the Big Depart ment Store of David Mintz of Marlen ville will bo continued until September 17th. You will save monoy by buying what you need now. All kinds of pro duce taken the same as cash. Yours very truly, David Mintz WANTED, Men and women for attendants at State Hospital lor the Insane, North Warren, Penn'a. Women are Dsid 18.(K1 and men $:'2.00 a month to begin, and wages are increased Becoming to capability anu length of service. There is a. training school for nurses in connection with the institution. Application for positions should be made to Dr. Morris 8. Guth, Sup't, State Hospital, Warren, Pa. 87 lot When a man goes to church and hears a sermon which seems intended expressly for him, be never enjoys il very much. I.miie lliirk. ' This is an ailment for which Chamber lain's Pain Balm has proven especially valuable. In almost every instance it affords prompt and permanent relief. Mr. Luke LaG range of Orange, Mich., says of it; "After using a plaster and other remedies for three weeks for a bad lame back, I purchased a bottle of Cham berlain's Pain Halm, and two applications effected a cure." For sale by Dunn A Fulton. GRANGEHS AT CENTRE HALL, VA. For the Patrons of Husbandry Exhi bition at Centre Hall, Pa., September ll-'JI), the Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany will sell special excursion tickets to Centre Hall from stations in Pennsylva nia, and from Baltimore and F.lmira at reduced rales (Minimum rule 25 cents). Tickets will be sold September 13 to 'JO; good to return uiKil September 23, in clusive. 21 Very Low One Way Rales to Pacific Coast Points via Nickel Plate Komi, Also to many other points In the West and Northwest. Tickets on sale daily September 1st to October 31st. Get full intorination of airent or write C. A. Aster lui, II. P. A., Erie. Pa. 21-fit-fMl TKINESTA BOOMING. Houses and kits in Demand on Account ot the Xew Factory. That there is great a demand for dwell ings is evidenced by the fact tbat today there isu't a bouse for rent in Tionesta. I desire to state, however, that I have a number for sale, ranging in price all the WBy from $S00 to $.",noo, whi.-h can be had on reasonable terms. Call on or communicate with me if Interested. I can got you located satisfactorily in a short time. Calvin M. Aknkk, Real Estate and fni'urance. Tlonesta, Pa. Kellcttrillo. W.W. Kribbs, or Marlenville, was in town Friday, Leon Watson, who baa been attending conference at Erie, returned home Satur day, aocompanied by hi father, James Watson, ol Mill Village. Mrs. Jonas Miller and Mrs, Mealy, of Youngstown, Ohio, are visiting tbelr sister, Mrs. A. M. Dunkle, H. B. Dotterer and wife are visiting relatives in Erie. Tbe W. C. T. U. met at tbe home of Mrs. Harrington, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cbaa. Rarriak, Jr., who have been visiting the former's pareuts, relumed to tbeir home at Painted Post, N. Y., Monday. Wm. Kribbs, who lias been attending the races at DuBois aud Brookville, re turned home Friday. Rev. Montgomery and wife are attend ing conference at Erie this week. Gen, Silzle and family, of Venus, who have been visiting Mr, Silzle's pareuts, returned homo Monday, Thomas Gillooly was called to Proctor, Pa., ou account of the serious illness of bis father. Ira B. Shoup spent Friday In town. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Collins, who has been very sick, is slowly Improving. J. F. Ray spent Wednesday at Brook ville. Johu Robbins has gone to Marlenville, where he is clerking in W, W. Kribbs' clotbiug store. Mrs. Thomas Gillooly is attending the exposition al Jamestown, Va. Letter to Win. Cropp, Tionesta, I'a. Dear Sir: Suppose you've got 200 cows; bow much will you take for calves and milk of .100 of 'em next year you pick out the 100? How much for the other 100? The point is: cows are not all alike, and you know which is which, It is so with paint. You've got one best cow in that herd. Tbere are M) dif ferent paints in tbe United States; and one beet. You know your best cow; we know the best paint. , The best cow is the one tbat gives the best calves and milk. Tbe best paint Is the one that covers most surface and stays there longest neither paint nor cow goes by color nobody asks whether Holsteln or Jersey is better to look -at. 10 gallons Devoe will cover your barn and wear 10 years; It'll take 15 of another paint, and that paint'll wear 3 years. Reckon costs. Devoe: 10 gallons $1.75, $17.50; about 10 days' work $3, $30; the job, $47.."0 for ten years; $1.75 a year. The other: 15 gallons $1.00, $24; about 15 days' work $3, $15; the job, $9 for five years; $13.80 a year. Devoe $4.75 a year; tbe other $13 .80 a year. Differ ence $0 a year. That's bow to reckon cows and paint. Yours truly, F. W. Dkvoe A Co., 35 New York. P. 8. Dunn Jt Fulton sell our paint. Iluil Truer lor Thirty Vrnm. I have suffered with tetter for thirty years and have tried almost countless remedies with little, if any, relief. Three hexes of Chamberlain's Salve cured me. It was a torture. It breaks out a little sometimes, but nothing to what it used to do.-D. H. Beach, Midland City, Ala. Chamberlain's Salve is for sale by Dunu it Fultun. For Kale. Horse, harness and buggy. Horse weighs about 1,100 lbs., and is a good traveler. Not afraid of antos, steam or electric cars. Inquire of Dr. Frank Hunter, Tlonesta, l'a. It Attni-k of Diarrhoea Cured by (Ine Dose of liiniiihrrlnin's Colic, ( luili-rn anil Diarrhoea Itemed). I was so weak from an attack ol diarrhoea tbat I could scarcely attend to my duties, when I took a dose of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me entirely and I had been taking other Medicine for nine days without relief. I heartily recommend this remedy as being tbe best to my knowledge for bowel complaints. R. G. Stewart, of tbe firm of Stewart A Bro., Greenville, Ala. For sale by Dunn A r uiion. PROCLAMATION. Whkiikas. 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 his pre cept mr homing a uouri ot uommon fleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace. Orphans1 Court, Over and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta. for the County of Forest, to commence ou the Fourth Monday of September, being me 23a clay or September. 1007. ino tiee is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peace and Con stables of said county, tbat they be then and there in their proper porsons at ten o'clock A. M of said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those tilings which to their olllce appertain to be none, and to those wlioare bound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute airainst them as shall be Inst. Given un der my band and seal this 20th day of August, a. i. lUUf . A. W. STROUP, L.8. Sheriff. TIU A I. LIST. List of causes set down for trial in the Court of Com mon Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, commencing on the Fourth Monday of September. 1907: 1. T. D. Collins. F. X. Kreitler, F. K. Brown and W. W. Dickey vs. u. n, Clnugh and T. E. Bradley. No. 5, Sep tember term, 1005. Summons in eject ment. " 2. T. D. Collins vs. South Penn Oil Co. No. 12, November term, 1005. Sum uioue In ejectment. 3. Forest A. Huff vs. Bon. Franklin Insurance Co. No. 10, November term, l'.HKi. Summons in assumpsit. 4. Daniel Steiner vs. It. C. Hadden. No. 33, November term, 1006. Summons in assumpsit. 5. William Cunningham et al. vs. El mer Sutton et al. No. !), February term, 11107, Summons in trespass, fi. John Passaur vs." Jacob Wagner No. 30, May term, 1007, Summons in assumpsit. 7. Citizens National Bank vs. Q. Jam leson. No. 23, May term, 1007. Sum mons in assumpsit. 8. Citizens National Bank vs. W. G Wyman. No. 24, May term, 1907. Sum mons in assumpsit. 0. Citizens National Bank vs. Joseph W. Landers et al. No. 2-, May term, 1907. Summons in assumpsit. 10. Citizens National Ban It vs. John R. Osgood et al. No. 2(3, May term, 1907 Summons in assumpsit. 11. Citizens National Bank vs. William G. Wymau et al. No. 27, May term, 1907 Summons in assumpsit. Attest, J. C. GEIST, Prothonotary, Tionesta, Pa., August 2t, 1907. fc lisps ''Ilcatlicrblooiii," The most popular material ever put on the market, made up into Petticoats. These garments have all the good qualities of silk, will stand twice as much wear, and sell for $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. G. W. ROBINSON & SON Bank Statement No. 5038. REPORT OF TIIK CONDITION OF THK FOREST COUNTY NATION AL BANK AT TIONESTA, In the State of Pennsylvania, at the close of business August 22, 1007. Kfjsuciict'.s: Ioans and discounts 391,271 61 Overdrafts, secured bihI un secured ll 01 U. S. Bonds to secure circula tion fin.ouo oo Premiums on U. S. Bonds 2.1K7 31 Bonds, securities, eto 73.413 04 Banking-house, furniture, and tlx tores 1J,h:K4 Mi Other real estate owned 401 (HI Due from National Banks tnot reserve agents) 4,.r03 09 Due from approved reserve agents 127,123 59 Checks and other cash items 103 f2 Notes of other National Ban ks... 100 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels, ami cents 2-"l 57 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz : Specie $21,207 60 legal lender notes . ju.uou ou Redemption fund with U. K. 31,207 50 Treas'r(5perct.of circulation) 2,500 00 $702,102 19 LIABILITIES: Capital stock paid in $50,000 00 Surplus fund- 73,700 00 Undivided protits,les8exponses and taxes paid 4,700 12 National bank notes outstand ing 50,000 00 Dividends unpaid : 129 00 Individual deposits subject to chock 105.456 74 Time certificates ot doposit. 358,170 33 $702,102 19 State of Pennsylvania, County of Forest, ss: I, A. B. Kelly, casbior of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. B. KELLY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to bofore me this 29th day of August, 1907. v. M. arnkk, notary 1'UDllO. Correct Attest: Wm. Smkabiiauoh, G, W. Robinson, T. F. Ritohkv, Directors. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTUE of a writ or Fieri Facias, issued out of tbe Court of Common Picas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, and to me directed, tbero will be exposed to sale by public vendue or outcry at the Court House in the Borough of '1 ionesta. Pa., on MONDAY, SEPT. 23, A. D. 1907, at 1:00 o'clock p. m., the following des cribed real estate, to-wit: L. J. HOPKINS, Administrator of the Estate of Mary Bruce, vs. THOMAS J. BRUCK, Fieri Facias, No. 11, Septem ber Term, 1907. (Waivers.) A. c. Brown, Attorney, All defendant's right, title, interest and claim of, in and to all that piece or parcel of laud situate, lying and being iu Tio nesta Borough, Forest County, Pennsyl vania, bounded and described as follows, viz : Beginning at a Hst on line of May street, being 187 feet from a post at corner of River or Water street, a corner of the large lot of which this is a part; tbence by lands now Hunter heirs Sou 111 three (3) degrees West 92 feet to a post on the line of the Shrlver or Carson lot; thence by said Carson lot line South 82 degrees East 70 feet to a post; thence by land now William Campbell North three degrees east 92 feet to a post on the South side of May street; tbence by line or May street North 82 degrees West 70 feet to tbe place of beginning, and containing twenty eight (28) perches of land, be the same more or less, according to the survey and map of 8. D. Irwin, surveyor, March 16, 1898, and being lot of land of which Mary Bruce died seized. Improvements -One-and-one-half story frame dwelling house and outbuilding; fruit trees growing thereon. Taken In execution and to be sold as the property of Thomas J. Bruce,' at tbe suit of L. J. Hopkins, administrator of tbe estate or Mary Bruce. TERMS OF SALE. The following must be strictly complied with when the property is stricken down ; 1. When the plaintiff orother lien cred itors become the purchaser, the costs on the writs must be paid, and a list of liens including mortgage searches on tbe prop f 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 he may Claim, must no lurnisneu me Sheritl. 2. All bids milHt be paid in full. 3. All sales not settled immediately will be continued until 2 o'clock p. in., of the next day. at which timo all proper ty not settled for will again be put up and sold at the oxpenso and risk of the the person to whom first sold. See Purdon's Digest, Ninth Edition, page 416, and Smith's Forms, page 384. A. W. STKOUP, Sheritr. Sheriff's Olliee, Tionesta, Pa., Septem ber 2, 1907. Fred. Grettenberger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings ana General MiacKsm lining 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. GRETTENBEROER . f 1: Colic. Cholera and inamOerlaiQ S Diarrhoea Kcmcdy. icver fan. Buy it uow. U may save lile. They're Here. Fall Woolens. Again we have surpassed all previous efforts in plac ing a line of pleasing and fetching woolens on our tables. This season, as in those past, we uot only have the mottt complete line iu the city, hut in the way of excluRive pat-, terns, shades and effects we outrank all others. Have Your Clothes JIade to Order. Let us make your fall clothing to your personal measure at tho same prices you have been payiug fur poorly fitting ready-raades. We guarantee absolute sat isfaction iu fit, style and quality or no pay. $15, $18, $20.00 Union made. No fit, no pay. Suits and Overcoats 22 SENECA ST. ! SENECA ST. FOREST COUNTY TIONE8TA, CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, Time Deposits Solicited. Will A. Watnb Cook, President. A. B. M D1BBOTOBS A. Wayne Cook, G. W. Robinson, Wm. Hmearbaugh, N.P.Wheeler, T. F. Rltobey. J. T. Dale. A. It. Kelly. Collections remitted fur on day of payment at low rates. We promise our custom era all the benefits consistent with conservative banking. Interest pid on time deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. Monarch Clothing Co. First Showing of Women's New Fall Suits Wo tiro pleased to announce tho first showing of new fall Suits. Tho styles are beautiful and your inspection is invited. Coino in nobby worsteds, cheviots and broadcloths ; different colors. $9.98, $12.98, $1G.50, $20.00. Women's Coats. Loose or box-fitting Women's Tan Covert Jackets; made of all-wool hard twisted covert; worth $7.00. Special, $4.98. Nobby and stylish box-fitting Jackets; come in nobby stripes, checks, plaids and covert; regular $5.00 value. Special, $3.98. Men's Clothing. Our largo shipments of men's new fall clothing is now ready for your inspec tion. Clothing has advanced considerable of late, but our . popular prices will prevail. $5.98, 9.98, 12.98, 15.00, 20.00. New Boys' Clothing, New Fall Hats, New Everything. One Cash Price. MONARCH CLOTHING CO. NEAR DERRICK OFFICE, Made to Measure OIL CITY. PA. OIL CITY, PA. NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 150.000. 173,000. pay Four 1'cr Cent, per Annum Kkllt. Cashier. Wm. Hmkarbaugh, Vice President OIL CITY, PA.