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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
4. C. WENK, IOITOH a Profrhtor.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1907
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It lias already been discovered that the
"-cent fare law require longer trains and
Washington dispatches say that
prominent persons returning from tho
White Hons" are constantly declaring
that President Roosevelt 's not a candi
date to succecl himself. To te sure be
is not a candidate. Didn't be niake tbat
plain enough three years ago? The ques
tion la whether the people are going to
elect hiin whether or no. Punxy Spirit.
An order was made by the supreme
court of Pennsylvania at Pittsburg Mon
day advancing the bearing of an appeal In
"a 2-cent fare road case," in the list and
It will come np at this session of the court
in Pittsburg, the bearing being fixed for
next Monday. The case is that of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company against
Philadelphia county, appealed by the
county of Philadelphia from the decree of
the common pleas court there.
Thk Franklin News thinks it is hardiy
likely tbat oil country people will accord
to George Washington the distinction
tbat is given to him in a Washington dis
patch in which be Is said to have been
the discoverer of petroleum, the pattic
nlar territory on which the discovery was
made being a large tract of land "taken
np" by him at the mouth of the Kanawha
river, in West Virginia. However, the
fact that George thought bis "bituminous
spring" would some day be valuable
shows that be was a prophet of no mean
Miss Vandef.bilt, who is to wed the
foreign Count with the unpronounceable
name, is to be married three times in one
day. The first, by Archbishop Farley,
to satisfy the scruples of the Roman
Catholic family to whiob the groom be
longs. After this ceremony Mavor Mc-
Clellan will marry them in the New York
City Hall, and the last service will take
place in a Protestant Episcopal Church,
to satisfy the religious belief of the bride.
And after all, suggests tho Oil City Bllz
rard, it is a question whether they will be
better satisfied or happier than those of
lesser note who go quietly to a preacher
or Squire and ask biui to make it as
short as possible.
By tbe President of the United States
Once again tbe season of the year bas
come, when, in accordance with tbe cus
tom of our forefathers for generations
past, the president appoints a day as tbe
especial occasion for all onr people to
give praise and thanksgiving to God.
During the past year we bave been free
from famine, from pestilence, from war.
We are at peace with all the rest of man
kind. Our natural resources are at least
as great as those of any other nation. We
believe that in ability to develop and take
advantage of these resources the average
man of this nation stands at least as high
as tbe average man of any other. No
where else in tbe world is there such an
opportunity for a free people to develop
to the fullest extent all its powers of body,
of mind, and of tbat which stands above
both body and mind, character. Much
baa been given us from on High and
much of rl-ht is expected from us in re
turn. In our race the ten talents have
been trusted; and we are to be pardoned
neither if we squander and waste them,
nor yet if we bide them in a napkin; for
they must be fruitful in our bands.
Kven throughout the Hges, at all times
and among all people, prosperity has
been fraught with danger and it behooves
us to beseech the Giver of all things that
we may not Jail into love of ease and
luxury; tbat we may nut lose our sense
of moral responsibility; that we may not
forget our duty to God and to our neigh
bor. A great democracy like ours, a de
mocracy hased upon tbe principles of or
derly liberty, can be perpetuated ouly if
in the heart of the ordinary citizen there
dwells a keen sense ot righteousness and
justice. We should earnestly pray tbat
this spirit of righteousness and justice
may grow ever greater in the hearts of all
of us, and that our souls may be inclined
ever more both toward the virtues tbat
tell for gentleness and tenderness for lov
ing kindness and forbearance with one
another, and toward those no less neces
earv virtues that make for manliness and
rugged hardihood for without these
qualities noither nation nor individual
can rise to the level of greatness.
Now, therefore, I, Thendorti Koosevolt,
president of the United States, do set
apart Thursday, the clay of Novem
ber, as the day of general thanksgiving
and prayer, and on tbat day I recommend
tbat tbe people shall ensue liom their
daily work, and, in their homes or in
their churches, meet devoutly to thank
tbe Almighty fur the many great bless
ings they bave received in the past, and
to pray tbat they may be given the
strength so to order their lives as to de
serve a continuation of these blessings in
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of tbe
United States to be aOixed. Done at the
city of Washington this twenty-fifth day
ol October, in the year of our Lord One
Thousand Nine Hundred and Seven and
of the Independence of the United States,
the Oue Huudred and Thirty-Second.
By the President: Ellhu Root, Secre
tary id State.
ANOTHER CLEAN SWEEP.
Republican Principles Again Prevail
Throughout tho Stale and
Forest County IMd Fine.
The Republicans of Forest county car
ry tbelr State and county tickets by about
the usual "off-year" majorities. In most
of the preciucta the vote was light, only
about 60 per cent being nut, but In some
there was cloe to a lull vote out, and tbe
relative Republican majority was fully
sustained. Mr. Hnlemau, tbe Republi
can candidate for county treasurer, was
loyally supported, carrying his own
borough and every township in the coun
ty, with the possible exception of one.
Tbe vote at this writing is incomplete,
but it is evident bis plurality will be
close to 250, which fully attests bis per
son el popularity, and demonstrates tbe
fact that tbe boys who do tbo voting are
always ready to give a worthy laboring
man a boost when they bave tbe oppor
tunity. John O. Sbeatz, the Republican candi
date for state treasurer, carries the coun
ty handsomely, and with the meagre
figures at band It is evident bis plurality
will be considerably over 200.
FOREST COVNTT INCOMPLETE.
St. Treas. Co. Treas.
Kogle Farm.. .,
Kast Hickory ..
Cooper Tract ....
2.1 20 4 30 13 S
7 11 ... 14 6 ...
34 42 " 38 44 "i
33 11 ... 38 11 4
34 27 1 47 16 1
76 28 50 04 24 41
U !i ... 13 2 ..
54 53 6 57 53 5
45 29 3 39 38 1
14 9 1 11 14 ...
25 21 5 28 18 ...
10!) f7 30 116 78 14
41 35 11 4t 34 11
175,000 FOR SHEATZ.
John O. Sheatz, Republican candidate
for treasurer, carries tbe state by a plu
rality which Is estimated at more than
175,000, the largest in many years in an
Tbe Republicans of Allegheny county
claim to have defeated Brennan, Demo
cralio candidate for Judge, by 12,000 uia
jerity, while the Democrats claim Bren
nan will bave 2,000.
Tom Johns n Is re-elected mayor, o I
Cleveland by 5,000 majority.
In Venango county the Republicans
elect tbelr candidate for Sheriff by a large
Crawford county has probably elected
Davenport, Republican, President Judge,
although tbe vote was quite close at last
Transformation In Lumber Industry.
Milton O. Nelson, writing on '"The
Lumber Industry of America," In the
Reviews of Reviews for November, says:
A few American citizens are still llvlug
wbo were alive in the daya when the In
dians and Ohio nioneera were cutting
great clear-grained black walnut, white
oak, and hickory logs, piling them and
burning tbem to ashes in order to be rid
of them. Farmhouses are still standing
in the Ohio Valley whose tenoned frames
are of black walnut, and whose roof
boards are of wide, clear lumber, such as
is now sought for to be made into kinna'
table tops. Black-walnut lumber In
American commerce Is to-dav little more
than a memory; white cak in tbe liner
finishing grades Is worth half tbe price of
mahogany, and the American vehicle in-
dustry is In distress for tbe lack of hick
ory, bven in sawmill cities of tbe pres
ent day the lath from the wallaof wrecked
houses is carefully cleaned and bundled
for resale, while half-decayed nine loss
are sawed into merchantable lumber.
Thus in tbe span of one life tbe American
lumber Industry has passed from surfeit
to hunger. Such another span promises
to carry us from hunger to starvation.
State of Ohio City, of Toledo. )
IjUCUS county, j
Frank J. Cuenky makes oath that lm
Is the senior partner of tbe firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City oi Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that Kaid firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case ol Catarrh that can
not he cured by the uso of Hall' Ca
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day ot December.
A. D. lhltrt.
heal. A. W. GLEASON.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces ol the system. Send for
Willminod Oilier Trail .unit Hut Ojilrkly
Cured by Cliniiiberliiiii'n CohkIi Itemed)-.
"Last winter I caught a very severe
cold which lingered for weeks," says 1
Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario. "My"
cuugh was very dry and harsh. Tue
local dealer recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and guaranteed It, so I
gave it a trial. One small bottle of it
cured me. I believe Chamberlain's
Congh Remedy to be the best I have ever
used." This remedy Is for sale by Dunn
Two Banks Compelled to Close.
Aurora, Ind., Nov. 5. Owing to the
money stringency, the Aurora National
bank failed to open yesterday. The
bark was organized in 1SS3 with a cap
ital of $.-)0,000 and its deposits aggre
Leetonla, O., Nov. 5. The First
National hank here failed to open its
iloors yesterday. It has a capital of
J100.00O. A notice posted on the
doors states that the concern will
liquidate Its liabilities.
Died From Football Injuflea.
""Cleveland, Nov. 5. Richard S.
Evans, left halfback of the Wooster,
)., university football team, who was
injured In a game between Wooster
and Western Rt serve here on Oct. 5,
Near Columbus, Warren County, 29
cowa out of a dairy of 84 were condemned
to death on account of being ipfected
State Police a-bile searching' barn
near Purxsutawney Friday unearthed a
lot of loot which had been stolen from
stores in DuBnls and Johnson hurg.
Four counties In Western New York
will receive $5,000,000 Ibis rail for their
apple crop. Tney feel mightily comfort
ed with apples as a mortgage lifter.
Right Rev. Monslgnore Joseph M.
Duun, pastor of St. Titus, R. C. church at
Titusville, died Sunday afternoon, alter
an illness lasting about a year. lis was
aged 63 years.
The epidetnio of diphtheria at Russell,
near Warren, Is improving, no new
cases having developed for several days.
Those who are ill are improving rapidly
and the critical stage is now considered
Tbe preyaling high prices of feed and
grain is oausing farmers all over the
State to sell off their extra cattle and
horses at exceedingly low prices. There
bave been a dozen or more sales In the
nearby rural districts in tbe past fort
night and several more are advertised to
Angered by boys throwing corn against
tbe window of bis borne in a Hallowe'en
celebration at Oak Ridge, Clarion county,
Thursday nlgbt, David Bish discharged a
shot gun at a crowd. Tbe charge tore
away half of 17-year-old Newton Red
dinger's bead, killing blin instantly.
Bisb la under arrest at New Bethlehem.
Two attempts were made last Wednes
day night to wreck tbe Buffalo Express,
leaving Pittsburg at 11 o'clock, near the
Dy tower, sixteen miles above K (fan
ning, at a point where tbe tracks of tbe
Buffalo & Allegheny Valley division of
tbe Pennsylvania run close to tbe Alle
gheny river. Two piles of ties were
placed on the tracks. Their discovery by
Warden M. F. Alberts, ol Kittanning,
wbo bad been after violators of tbe game
laws, saved a terrible disaster. Alberts
flagged tbe train with a bullseye lantern.
In tbe name of T. Roosevelt, we must
call attention to some nature-laking tbat
is being perpetrated iu our local papers.
Here's a letter In one of our local papers
that tells of the shooting of a 37-ponnd
porcupine, in an apple tree, over in Clar
ion county, "a heavy shower of quills"
following tbe shooting. The animal him
self is previously described as a "qulll
shooter." Porcupines do not and cannot
throw quills, be tbe popular notion what
it may. Their quills are barbed, after
tbe manner of fisb hooks, and stick In
anything that takes hold of tbem. That's
the straight fact in regard to the "fretful
porcupine."-H. M. I. in Oil City Der
rick. The Oil City Deri Ick's oil report for
October ays: "Tbe Eastern oil fields,
which embrace tbe developments lu New
York, Pennsylvania. West Virginia,
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky,
completed 1,216 wells in October, Inclu
sive of 278 that were valueless for oil-producing
purposes, and the new production
was estimated at 12,460 barrels. White 18
more dry holes were completed in Octo
ber than in September there was a de
crease of nine in the number of new wells
and a decline of 3,359 barrels in the new
production. During September, 1,225
wells were completed; the new production
amounted to 15,819 barrels and there were
260 dry holes and gas wells. At the close
ol October tbe Eastern oil fields contained
408 rigs and 1,102 drilliug wells which
was a gain over the September figures of
19 rigs and 42 drilling wells."
It is a well known fact that persona
living in the Pine forests do not sutler
from kidney diseases. One dose of Pine
ulesatnlirht usuallv rnlluv hnnimoiia.
30 days' treatment, $1.00. Your money
refunded if not satisfied. Sold by J. R.
A UooA J .In i in em .
When you need a good reliable lini
ment try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
bas no superior for Bprainsand swellings.
A piece of flannel slightly dampened
with rain Balm is superior to a plaster
for lame back or pains in tbe side or
chest. It also relieves rheumatic pains
and makes sleep and rest possible. For
sale by Duun & Fulton.
Do voil know that Plnaa.lna r-o-li.l-
ized acts like a poultice in drawinv out
inflammation and noixon? Tt la ami An.
tic. For cuts, burns, eczema, cracked
nanus H is imuieiUAta re . M..I.1 h .1
Low llomeseekers' Rates West, North
west and Southwest via Nickel
November 5th and l!Mh. . Liberal return
limit. Stop over privileges in certain
torriUirios. Call on Agoulor address C.
A. Meliu, D. P. A., Erie, Pa. 3t 10 30
Rings Dyspepsia Tablets do the work.
Stomacu trouble, dyspepsia, Indigestion,
bloatlug, etc., yield quickly Two days
treatment free. Ask your druggist lor a
free trial. Sold by J. K. Morgan.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Ferest Telephone and Telegraph
Company will be held in the Directors'
Room of the Gold Standard National
Bank, at Marienville, Pa., November 8tb,
at 1 o'clock p. m., 1907, for the purpose ol
electing officers for the ensuing year.
A. D. Nkill, President.
J. B. Cottle, Secretary.
Mothers with little children need no
longer fear croup, colds or whooping
cough. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup
tastes good. It works of' the cold through
the bowels, clears tbe head. Guaranteed.
Sold by J. R. Morgan.
Tbe Cco1.!:ik C Food.
There Is no rciis;u in the world why
men, whether average men or men of
genius, Hliould despise the cooking ot
their food. They never show, or urc
required to show, the same contempt
toward any other art, and on no other
la their mental ealin more complete!'
dependent. An ill titling coat is a
worry, but not such a worry as dinners
perpetually 111 dressed. To many men.
and especially to men v.lnse work Is
sedentary or wlusc brains are fully
taxed, food which Is at once light and
nourishing; Is an absolute necessity If
they are to exert their highest powers,
and food of that kind Is obtainable
only by care In selecting meats and
Rood cooking when they are selected.
A man should not think too much of
his dinner or devote too much time to
preparation for it or enjoy It too visi
bly wbeu it has arrived, for all those
are animal peculiarities. Hut to re
main content with bad food, when a
little more thought or carefulness or
criticism would procure It In a slate fit
to be eaten, Is only what Scotchmeu
used to describe as "a wasting of the
maircles." London Spectator.
The servnnt itit-Ntin.
The proud millionaire entered his
garage haughtily. "Francois," he said.
"yon took out the uew sixty horse
power again last night without per
mission. I'm afraid I'll have to get
'I wish you would, sir," Francois
answered. "With those four big cars
there's quite enough work for two of
u." New York Tress.
it it 1 1 ji: xotici:.
For Intended RUUIIrMlun Tor Viewers, to
make the Toll llrldiie aeroa the Alle
gheny Klver at Went Hickory, Pa., a
TAKE NOTICE that on Monday. No-
vember 18tb, 1007, iu open Court at Tlo
uesta, Pennsylvania, taxpayers, citizens
and residents of tbe County ni Forest,
win present their petition to the Court or
Quarter Sessions of Bald County, praying
that tbe bridge crossing the Allegheny
River at West Hickory, Forest County,
Pa., owned by tbe Hickory Bridge Com
pany, a corporation organized, created
and existing under the laws of the Slate
of Pennsylvania, with authority to charge
toll, be taken as a county bridge, and
that viewers be appointed agreeable to
tbe Acts of Assembly in such cases made
and provided. A. C. Brown,
Solicitor for Petitioners.
ORPHANS' MURT SALE.
Estate of Jennie M. Oollinmcood, de
ceased. 2o. 3, Xovember Term, 1!H7.
By virtue of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Forest County, to me directed,
there will be exposed to publio sale at the
Tionesta Borough, Penn'a,
Saturday, Nov. 16, 1007,
at one o'clock p, ra.. the following de
scribed real estate, late tbe property of
tue decedent, yiz:
All that certain piece of land in Kings
ley Township, Forest Countv. Pennsvl-
vania, bounded and described as follows,
to-wil: Beginning at a pot, thence by
lands of Wheeler A Co. north 60 degrees
west 64 rods to a pine; thence south 44
degrees west 32 rods to a white oak; thence
south 42 rods to a pine; thence south 20
degrees east 26 rods to a post; thence by
E. D. Miller land south 60 degrees east
61 rods to a post; thence north 204 degrees
west 23 rods to a post; thence north 2i
degrees west 42 rods to a post; thence
north 444 degrees east 32 rods to place ol
beginning, containing 40 acres, be the
same more or less.
Terms of Sale. One-third of pur
chase money on confirmation of sale; re
mainder in two equal annual install
ments, witn legal interest payable an
nually, secured by judgment hond.etc.
J. W. Jamieson, Administrator
Samuel D. Irwin, Attorney.
Whereas. The Hon. W. M". Lindsev.
President Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for
the county of Forest, lias issued his pre
cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas,
quarter Sessions ot the Peace, Orphans'
Court, Oyer and Terminer and General
Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the
Countv of Forest, to commence on
the Third Mondav of November, being
the Mb day of November. 1007. No
tice is therefore given to the Cor
oner, Justices of the Peace and Con
stables of said county, that they be then
and there in their proper persons at ten
o'clock A. M., ol said day with their
records, inquisitions, examination, and
other remembrances, to do those things
which to their ollice appertain to be done,
and to those whoare bound in recognizance
to prosecute against the prisoners that are
or shall be i n the jail of Forest Cou nty, that
they may be then and there to prosecute
against them as shall be just. Given un
der my band and seal this 21st day of
uctober, a. l). vmi.
A. W. 8TROUP, L.8. Sheriff.
List of causes set down for trial in the
Court of Common Pleas of Forest Countv,
Pennsylvania, commencing on the
Third Mondav of November. 1907:
1. T. D. Collins vs. South Penn Oil
Co. No. 12, November term, 1905. Sum
nious In ejectment.
2. John Passaur vs. Jacob Wagner.
No. 30, May term, 1907. Summons in
3. Enterprise Transit Co. vs T. D. Col
lins etal. No. 30, May tern, 1907. Sum
mons in action of trespass.
4. G. W. Robinson, E. E. Fleming vs,
G. H. Lowe. No. 34, September term,
1907. summons in ejectment.
5. James I. M. Wilson Company vs.
A. E.Daniels. No. 18, May term, 1907.
Summons in assumpsit.
Attest, J. C.GEIST,
Tionesta, Pa., October 21, 1907.
Notice is boroby given that the follow
ing accounts have been filed in my ollice
and will be presonled at the next term of
Court for confirmation :
First anil final account of A. Showers,
Administrator C. T. A., of the estate of
James Campbell, lateol Howe township,
First and final account of L. J. Hop
kins, Administrator of tbe estate of Mary
Bruce, late of Tionesta Borough, deceased.
First and final account of J. C. Bow
man, Administrator of tbe estate of A. C.
Neer, late of Green township, deceased.
First and final accouutof F. R. Lanson,
Administrator of the estate of John
Charleston, late of Tionesta Borough, de
ceased. J. C. GEIST,
Clerk of Orphans' Court.
Tionesta, Pa., October 21, 1907.
W7 A TTrT,I?Fl Local representative
VV LEjIJ for Tionesta and vi
cinity to look after renewals and increase
subscription list of a prominent monthly
magazine, on a salary and commission
basis. Experience desirable, but not
necessary. Good opportunity for right
person. Address Publisher, Box 69, Sta
tion O, New York,
New Furs and
The time to buj is NOW,
when you get a lull season's
wear and comfort from your
Prices considered, the quali
ties we offer cannot he beaten.
Fur Pieces from 75c to $15.
Ask to see our (7.00 Coat.
It is a winner.
Others at $8.50, $(J.50, (11.50
G. W. ROBINSON & SON f
si:am:i ritoros tus.
Commonwealth ok Pennsylvania,
State Hum way Department,
Sealed proposals will be received by
tne state Highway Department of Penn
sylvania, under the Act approved May
1st, 1905, for the construction of 1,523 feet
ot road. Is feet wioe, extending from Sta
tion 57-25 to Station 72-48, in Tionesta
Borough, in the County of Forest. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the ollice
or the County Commissioners. Tionesta,
Penna., and at tbe ollice of the State
Highway Department, liarrisburg, Pa,
Bidding blanks will be furnished by the
State Highway Department upon request,
Bids must be endorsed "PROPOSALS
FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF ROAD
IN TIONESTA BOROUGH. FOREST
COUNTY," and received at tbe ollice of
the State Highway Department not later
than November 19th, 1907.
Joseph W. Hunter,
State Highway Commissioner,
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
State Highway Department,
Sealed proposals will be received by
tbe State Highway Department of Penn
sylvania under tbe Act approved Mav
1st, 11X15, for the construction of 5,725 feet
of road, 12, 14 and lu feet wide, extending
from Tionesta Borough line, south along
Elm Street to May Street, in Tionesta
Borough, in the County of Forest. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the office
of the County Commissioners, Tionesta
Pa., and at the ollice of the Stale High
way Department, liarrisburg, Pa. Bid
diug blanks will be furnished by the
State Highway Department upon request.
Bids must be endorsed "PROPOSALS
FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF ROAD
IN TIONESTA BOROUGH. FOREST
COUNTY," and received at the olhce of
tbe State Highway Department not later
than November 19lb, 1907.
Joseph W. Hunter.
State Highway Commissioner,
BY VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Facias,
issued out of the Cottit of Com
mon Pleas of Forest County, Pennsvlva-
nia, and to me directed, there will be ex
posed to sale by publio vendue or outcrv.
at the Court House, in the Borough of
Tionesta, t orest county, ra., on
MONDAY, NOV. 18, A. D. 1907,
at 1:30 o'clock p. in. the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit ;
CONRAD THURSTON vs. MAY HAD
DEN, B. C. MADDEN, Fieri Facias,
No. 5, November term, 1907. (Waiv
ers. )-G. T. Kiucaid and C. E. Bord-
All defendant's right, title, interest and
claim of, in and to all that piece or parcel
of land situate, lying and being in Howe
township, forest (Jounty, Pennsylvania,
bounded and described as follows, to-wit;
beginning at a point in the center of tbe
Big Level Road where tbe southerly line
of a road or street leading westerly from
said Big Level Road to the post office of
WHiHtiii rarin iijiersnciH me same, luence
north eighty two (S2) degrees west nine
and 88-iihj (9 bH-100) rods along said road
or street to a post; thence south eleven
(11) degres thirty (30') minutes west
thirteen and 28100 (13 28-100) rods to a
point in the line of the right of way of
ine rutsourgot western itaiiroaa; tnence
south elghtv-two (82) degrees east nine
and 88-100 (9 88-100) rods, more or less, to
the center of said Big Level Road; thence
north along the center of said road twelve
(12) degrees east thirteen and 28-100
(13 28 100) rods, more or less, to the place
of beginning. Being a part of the same
premises conveyed to May itadden by
Virginia Johnson and husband, by deed
dated May II, 1899, and recorded 'in the
Recorder's ollice in and for said Countv
of Forest, in Deed Book 32, page 141.
erected thereon one weil-nnished 2-story
frame dwelling house with seven rooms.
Also store building 18x30 feet, IVf story
high, with ware-room 12x30 leet and
kitchen 12x14 feet attached to building.
Ice house 12x14 feet, and small barn.
Taken in execution and to be sold as
the proporty of May Hadden, B. C. Mad
den, at the suit of Conrad Thurston,
TERMS OK SALK. The following
must be strictly complied with when the
property is stricken down :
I. vvnen the plaintilt orother loin cred
itors liecoino tho purchaser, the costs on
tho writs must bo paid, and a list of lions
iicliiding mortgage scarcheson the iiroii-
eity sold, together with such lion credit
or's receipt1' for the amount of the pro
ceeds of the sale or such portion thereof as
he may claim, must be furnished the
2. All bids must be paid in full.
3. All sales not settled immecliatcl v will
be continuod until 2 o'clock p. in., of the
next day, at which time all proporty not
settlod lot will again bo put up and sold
at the expense and risk of tho person to
wnom nrst sold.
See Purdon's Digest. Ninth Edition,
page 440 and Smith's Forms, page 384.
A. vv. stkoup, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office. Tionesta. Pa.. October
rixnk.Jala'o Colic Cliolrrn nmt
chamberlain s umniio Rcmy.
.ever fads. Buy it now. It may save life.
TIN AND GRANITEWARE.
A Fine Line of. Stable and Wool
Horse IMankcts, and Whips
IAlli:i Kill XLS
Carriages and Wagons, liUiiihcriiicii'sj Tools,
Cutlery, Paints, Oils and Vaniislus.
J. C. Scowden,
J. O. MESSERLY,
Designer and Builder of
Monuments and Headstones
In Granite and Marbls. Slate Burial Vaults
Always on Hand. Your Patronage Solicited.
Desigos and Estimates Furnished on Application
Time Veposits Solicited. Will
A. Watnb Cook,
A. Wayne Cook, G. W. Robinson, Wni. SinoarbaiiKh,
K.P.Wheeler, T. P.Ritchev. J.T.Dale. A. B. Kellv.
Collections remitted for on day of pnymeut at low rates. We promise our custom
ers all the benefits consistent with conservative banking. Interest paid on time
deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited.
Monarch Clothing Co.
Sale of Men's
Suits and Overcoats
An entire product from a well known
manufacturer who needed money badly.
Nobby Worsted Suits of all wool
material. Come iu stylish plain or
fancy mixtures, high class patterns,
padded sholders, bis lapels and guar
anteed to keep a perfect shape for one
year. Suits that are worth $15.
Sale price, $!).0H
"Sucllenbere's" celebrated All
Wool Globe' Mills Worsted Suits.
Come in nobby brown plaids and
checks; also stripes and fancy pat
terns, Hershfield Bros, fine black thi-
bet suits and imported French back
black worsted. Equal to custom tail
ored high class garments and guaran
teed to retain their shape one year;
$18 values. Sale price. t'2M
250 Men's Suits that comnriae an
odd assortment of higher priced goods.
Some are heavy meltou, cheviot,
Scotch mixtures of all wool materials.
styles are of varied makes iu double
and singlo breasted, long or abort cuts.
There are only one or two of a kind
of different patterns, but all sizes of
one or more patterns. Tlwso suilB
are left overs, and although thov am
just as good as any $15 suit sold, and
a perfect lit garment, we will bell
them to you at tbe lowest possible
price. During this sale tbe soits will
go at less than cost of production.
Choice sale prico, $7.!)H
Stylish Long Black Overcoatn.
worth $12, at $(i J8
Stylish Long Overcoats, cost else
where $15, at $9.98
MONARCH CLOTHING CO.
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you buy. Wti can
nuvo you money,
and 1IIITI(J COATS
- Tionesta; Pa.
pay Four Per Cent, per Annum
Stvlieh Overcoats, worth $2(1,
Stylish Overconts, worth $25.
Stylish Overcoats, worth $10,
Good, Durable Overcoats, worth
$8. at $4 98
Durable Overcoats, worth $10, at
Men's Rain Coats
$8.98, 10 98, 12.98
$1.98, 2.98, 4.98.
Sale of "Women's
2000 beautiful Coats, come in ens.
tor, red, tan, brown and black.
Trimmed with silk braid or silk em
broidered shoulders and yoke. The
biggest soiling garment in tho coun
try and greatest bargain you over
saw at double the price.
$4 98, 7.98, 9.98, 12.98
I'earskin or crush velvet or plush
coats in green, red, white, blue,
browu or grey. $2 98, 3 98
Sale of Children's Hoods aud
OIL CITY, PA.