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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
j. i. wCNK, Editor 4 Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1907 1907 DECEMBER 1907 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. JMJO II 12 J34 5 J6J7 J8J9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2728 29 30 31 T MOON'S PHASES. New Moon 0:21 a.m. 19 OiSS p.m 6:10 p.m. U,Mooa Thirti m . Quarter it I 1 Quarter 11 p.m. A Minnesota prophet has announced that Mr. Bryan will live to be 01 years of age. It is some relief to know Ibat dis appointment over bis third defeat will not prove fatal. According to the Globe Democrat of that city, St. Louis has 113 fewer saloons this year than it had last. And yet that place bad the audacity to ask for one of the big national conventions. Thk Democratic national convention is to be held in Denver, Colorado, oo the 7th of July, next, that city having pledged tlOO.OOO toward the entertainment of the delegates. This was too much for the other cities that had bids in for the show, and was eagerly annpped up by the great Democracy. For a bait like that they would go to the uttermost part of the earth and bold convention every six months. Congressman Acheson is the father of a bill providing that no intoxicating liquors shall be transported from any State, Territory or district into any other State, Territory or district. As a penalty for each violation ot law all liquor thus transported shall be forfeited and persons found guilty shall be subject to a fine of fo.OOO and Imprisonment not to exceed one year. The bill is to become effective one year from the date of its passage. Hon. Habry Watson, of Greenville, will be a candidate for delegate to the Republican national convention, that is to say, his friends hope he will be will ing. No better selection could be made. He is bonest, competent and a shrewd politician and would represent this dis trict fairly and creditably. Greenville Evening Record. Mr. Watson ia a resi dent of this district, and is very highly spoken of ty those who know him best. CORURKSSMAN NELSON P. WuKELER, since his arrival In Washington, has been actively at work in the Interest of bis constituents wbe have claims filed for pensions. One of the notable cases on which be secured favorable action was that of Thomas J. Anderson, or Oil City. Although Mr. Anderson was receiviug a pension of $12 per month he had become totally disabled, so much so tbat be could not go to Tionesta to appear before tbe pension examining board. Mr. Wheeler secured permission for him to appear be fore tbe board at Oil City, where he was examined and now his claim has been allowed at tbe rate of $30 per month. Blizzard. While President Roosevelt still has a great liking for his great war secretary Taft, and would like to see him nomi nated for President, be is also a firm friend of Senator Knox, of this State, whom be once sized up in tbe following terse language: "We need common sense, common honesty, and resolute courage. We need what Mr. Knox has shown; tbe character that will refuse to be hurried into any unwise or precipitate movement by any clamor, whether hys terical or demagogic, and, on tbe other hand, the character that will reluse to be frightened out of a movement by any pressure, still less by any threat, express or implied." The city of Washington has a "special" fiend, somewhat akin to the once famous Corry article, it would seem. This "spe cialist" has taken it upon himself to in form tbe people of tbe 28th Congressional district that Mr, Wheeler, our present efficient member, "has declared that he has no ambitions for a continued service in tbe House." Now, that sounds as though it might be authentic, but of course tbe aforesaid "specializer" knew It wasn't when be wrote it, because Mr. Wheeler has never made any such dec laration. On the contrary, he will leave tbe matter of bis re election to tbe peo ple of tbe district, and if bis services are acceptable, and bis course, which will be in entire accord with President Roose velt's policies, Is approoved by thorn, be will not refuse to still further serve them. This same "specializer" states that Mr, Sibley's friends "have declared tbat they would see that be is nominated next year," and tbat "when announcement of Mr. Sibley's candidacy is made there will be no opposition to him." Also tbat "Venango and Morcer counties can be depended upon to give him sufficient majority to insnre bis nomination, whatever the result may be In Elk, For est and Warren." To be sure, if that is the case, why tbe matter is settled, re gardless of Mr. Wheeler or any other gentleman who might be disposed to sub mit his name to tbe consideration ot tbe people of the district. Rut here is an other Instance where we have a right to doubt tbe authority whence these posi tive assertions emanate. Tbe fact of the matter is tbat Mercer, and even Venango, wall speak for themselves when the time comes, and so will Elk, Forest and War ren, and it ia not at all likely they will take orders from Washington. And right here we make the prediction that before this session is ended tbe people will know that they baye a representative in Congress who sizes up to the full measure of membership in tbat distinguished body; that the district has more than one man with ample ability to represent it well, and that Mr. Wheeler's constilu ents will be glad lo have him again serve them. If we are to have new motto for coins, why not take the one, "Don't hoard me." "Is too much money harmful to Amer ican women?" aska tbe Saturday Even ing Post. Wbo can tell? No woman ever had "too much money" tbat we ever heard of. According to a Washington dispatch to tbe PlttHbure Wazette-Time. congress' man Wbeeler "is not particularly desir ous of a second term as the representative fiom this district, and will gracefully give way should Mr. Sibley announce himself for tbe honor." This particular Washington correspondent must have been listenins to the telopbone through bis chest.-Oil City Blizzard. The Blizzard's conclusions are correct. And It might be truthfully said tbat Mr. Wbeeler is graceful In all tbe attrib utes of a thorough gentleman, hut be Is do "quitter." He will perform bia every duty in Congress with utmost fidelity and good wisdom, and if tbe people seem satisfied with tbat course In their mem ber bis further services will be at their command. STILL AT IT. Congressman Wheeler's Big List of Sew Pensions for the Old Soldiers. Tbat tbe old soldiers of this district have a good friend In Congress who is looking well after tbelr interests and hurrying along their claims, is attested by tbe following list of pensions granted for the week ending December 14th: Isabel Bnrt8,Clark'sMii!s,tSper month. Albert M. Clark, Sharon, $12. John Dobbs, Franklin, f 12. Alex. McCalmont, President, $12. Solomon Mitcbeltree, Ridgway, f 12. William McCombs, Oil City, 12. Alex. Phlpps, Emleuton, $15. Andrew Stranaban, Mercer, $15. James Weir, Sharon, $12. Geo. Wbitton, Pleasautville, $12. Edward Stroup, Fertigs, $12 John A. Robinson, Sharon, $15. Jobn Weil, Dents Run, $12 Cbas. C. Giay, Medlx Run, $12. Jane Mayers, West Middlesex, $3. Nathan O'Conner, Spanish, Franklin, three years back, $0. Cbas. H. Wbaley, Grand Valley, $15. Walter L. Williams, Ridgway, $12. Cary Steward, Stoneboro, $12. Helen J. Cook, Franklin, $8. Cbas. A. Carlson, Spanish, Warren, two years back,$d. Martin Stacy, Fredonia, $15. Barnard Schnell, Youngsville, $20. Philo Garrett, Greenville, $15. Tbos. W. Eaton, Emlenton,$l.", Tuos. Jolly, Emlenton, $15. David I. Wallace, Oil City, $15. John W. Davis, Uadley, $15. Chauncy Eckenrode, Transfer, $12. Jobn G. Folwell, Fredonia, $15. Jobn Wilkins, Cbeiry Grove, $12. A total of f'ISil per month. bad Results of Partial Asphyxiation. On December 6, at the plant of tbe Al legheny foundry in the Fourth ward, three men were almost asphyxiated with burnt gas in a tank car wbicb was being erected at tbe plant. David Harding was one of tbe two men wbo went to tbe res cue of tbe first workman wbo lowered himself through the manhole and was overcome. Harding was in a very se rious condition when taken out and was removed to Emergency hospital. After three days he bad apparently recovered, was dismissed from tbe institution and went to bia home at Grunderville, west of Warren. Tbe day following bis re turn home be was taken with a violent headache, and blindness followed. He then became delirious and bas since re mained in that condition. Last Saturday he was again taken to Emergency hos pital for treatment, but became so vio lent It was necessary to remove bim to tbe State Hospital for tbe Insane, where he is now confined as a raving maniac There is a slight chance for recovery, but tbe chances are much against htm and death may come at any tims. Warren Mirror. Neighborhood Notes. The South Sharon News says that town is minus 1,000 foreigners during tbe past few weeks and that the great majority ot tbem have returned to Europe. Lambert Johnson, an 11-year-old War ren boy who was accidentally abot by a playmate on Thanksgiving day, died on Thursday night last at Emergency hos pital. Franklin Is making a tremendous kick on Its water supply, and tbe citizens are trying to devise means of purchasing tbe plant and establishing municipal control of tbe supply. After carrying a wire nail in bis bron chial tube two years Clarence, the 4-year- aid son of Henry Bonacker, of Sharon, died Wednesday of last week. An X-ray examination revealed tbe nail fastened Inside tbe tube, but as it was thought an operation would result fatally It was al lowed to remain. Three bears, an old one aud two cubs, were seen near tbe edge of the woods on the hill back of the M. E. church, Tues day, and when tbe report was spread a number of hunters took to the woods in the hope of getting a shot at them. So far no report of any of tbe animals being captured or shot has reached tb is office. Sheffield Observer. Rev. James J. Mclliyar, wbo is said to have been tbe first Protestant clergyman to deliver a sermon lu Rome, died in Franklin Sundav, He was born at Washington, Guernsey county, Oct. 11, 181(1. He was one of the oldest Odd Fel lows In the state, having joined tbe order in 1853. He was also a Knight Templar, In 1871, while making a tour of Europe, be preached tbe Methodist faith in Rome. Tbe jury In the case of John J. Patter son, of Beaver Ealls, charged with con spiring with William Howard to murder Judge Holt, of Beaver, returned a ver dict of not guilty. Judge John Reed, of Jefferson Uouuty. tried the case, which was quite sensational, it being alleged that tbe defendant, who is a hotel keeper, had offered money to Howard to kill Judge Holt. The jurist had twice re fused Patterson a liquor license. How Diphtheria Ut'ontrnrted. One often hears the expression, "My child caughta severe cold which develop ed into diphtheria," when the truth was that the cold bad simply left the little one particularly susceptible to tbe wander inir, diphtheria rami. When Pimm her. laiu's Cough Remedv Is civen it nuinklo cures tbe cold and lessens the danger of minium m r miy ouier germ disease be ing couiracibd. t or sale by Dunn in Ful ton. KellcttTllle. Mrs. Leon Watson and daughters, Ruth and Alda, spent several days In Jamestown, N. Y., last week. Mrs. Hodges returned to ber home at Eldred, Pa., accompanied by ber daugh ter, Mrs. W. H. Bra zee. Prof. R. W. Mc Williams spent Sunday witb bis mother In Oil City, after which he will attend Institute in Tionesta. Mrs. Perl Dougherty is visiting rela tives In Clarion duriug vacation. Leon Watson and A. C. Beeson attend ed tbe Masonio banquet In Erie last week. Misses Kate Guentber, Illaucbe Hen dricks and Goldia Hill left Monday for Tionesta, where they will attend insti tute. Miss Kate McMilleu, of Tionesta, ia tbe guest of ber sister, Mrs. Cbas. Rus sell. Miss Julia Lobmeyer is visiting her sister, Mrs. Linas Shrlver, lu Tionesta. Mrs, David Beck, of Whig Hill, visited her daughter, Mrs. Win, Harrington. last week. Cream of the Sews. A mau'a word may be as good as his bond, and yet have no special value. Christmas galore at Hopkins' store. Riches hare discarded their winga since tbe advent of the automobile. Pinesalve Carbolized acta like a poul tice, draws out inflamation and poison. Antiseptio healing. For chapped hands, lips, cuts, burns. Sold by J, R. Morgan. There are no two sides to a question if you are deeply enough interested. For any of the ordinary diseases of the skin Cbamberlain'a Salve is excellent. It not ouly allays the itching aud smart ing but effects a cure. For sale by Dunn A Fulton. If you don't look carefully after your own affairs, wbo do you imagine will? No laucy prices on our Cbristmss goods. Yet they areallofthebestgrades. Hopkins. It The less yon know about people tbe longer you will retain their friendship. It will be unnecessary logo through a painful, expensive operation for Piles if you use Manzan. Put up in a colapsible tube with nozzle, ready to apply. For any form of Piles, price 50o. Sold by J. R. Morgan. Man Is disposed to believe tbat while he helps others, no one ever helps him. Ring's Little Liver Pills wake up lazy livers clean tbe system and clear the skin. Try them for biliousnoss and sick beadacbe Price 25c. Sold by J. R. Mor gan. Another trouble witb this "affinity' business is tbat some men require so many. Italian Kegard For Ani.-nnls. On the occasion I was u passenger on one of the lake steamers which ply between L"esoii::aiui mid lilvu. It was a day of wild wind and driving Ktorui. At Salo n peasant of a peculiarly tru culent type came mi hoard, clad in the shaggy cloak of the district and bear ing a vast blue umbrella no less Indig enous. With him, ton, he brought his donkey. Now, even Italian steamers do not knowingly admit quadrupeds of this size to the shelter of the fore cnbin, though possibly If they did no great harm would lie done or senti ment violated. The beast, therefore, was tethered on the open deck and thus became exposed to the fury of wind and weather, not to mention the wave. A British peasant would prob ably have accepted the situation and let him bide. Not so the Lombard. Hastily divesting himself of his ample overcoat, he spread It carefully over the lower animal's back and, unfurl ing bis voluminous umbrella, held that patiently over the asinine bead and his own all the way to Riva. Now. here, surely, was a good man, merci ful to bis beast. Loudon Times. Xrrdfil the Money. "Say," queried old Wodtlerly, "why don't you get married?" "Because," replied young Singleton, "I'm too poor." "Huh"' rejoined the old man. "When I was your age I was so poor I had to marry." Chicago News. "After nil. what's in n name?" "Well, take ItilUlns, for instance. There's nothing in his. Hut every thing's In his wife's." Catarrh Cannot Re Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of tbe disease. Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional diseaso, and in order to cure it you must take in ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on tbe blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best phys icians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of tbe best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces. Tbe perfect combi nation of tbe two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials free. J. CHENEY A Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Hall's Family Pills are tbe best. When to t.o Home. From the Bluffton, Ind., Banner: "When tired out, go home. When you want consolation, go home. When you want fun, go boiue. When you want to show others tbat you have reformed, go borne and let jour family get acquainted with the fact. When you want to show yourself at your best go home aud do the act there. When you feel like being ex tra liberal go borne and practice on your wife and children first. When you want to shine with extra brilliancy go home and light up the wbole household." To which we would add, when you have a bad cold go borne and take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and a quick cure is cer tain. For sale by Dunn & Fulton. To stop that pain in the back, that Btiffness of tbe joints and muscles, take Pineules. They are guaranteed. Don't suffer from rheumatism, backache, kid ney trouble, when you get 30 days' treat ment for $1.00. A single dose at bed time proves their merit. Get them to-day. Sold by J. R. Morgan. Notice. The Stockholders of the Forest County National Bank of Tionesta, Pa., will meet on Tuesday, January 14, 1908, at 2 o'clock p. m at tbe office of the bank, for the purpose of the election of directors fortbe ensuing year. 12-1 1-t A, B. Kell.t, Cashier. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough grows in favor daily. Mothers should keep it on band for ohildren. It is prompt relief to oroup. It Is gently laxa tive, driving the poison and phlegm from the system. It gives immediate relief. Ouaraoteed. Sold by J. R. Morgan. A airl doesn't seem to mind working for a living, If she gets married to do it. Bank Statement No. 6038. REPORT OF THK CONDITION OF THE FOREST COUNTY NATION AL BANK AT TIONESTA, in the State of Pennsylvania, at tbe close of business December 3, 1007. RESOURCES: Loans and discounts..; $412,726 36 Overdrafts, secured and un secured 22 30 U. S. Bouds to secure circula tion 50,000 00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 2.187 81 Bonds, securities, etc, 72,413 H Banking-house, furniture, and fixtures 10,007 5(1 Other real estate owned 4til 90 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 2.",621 58 Due from approved reserve agents .114,204 50 Checks and other cash items 153 fit Notes or other National Banks... 900 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents ; 290 53 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz : Specie $2B,778 80 Legal tender notes. 10,000 00 30.778 80 Redemption fund witb U. 8. Treas'r(5perct.oi circulation) 2,500 00 $731,273 35 LIABILITIES: Capital stock paid in $50,000 00 Surplus fund 73,700 00 Undivided profits,lessexponses Mild taxes paid 11,468 05 National bank notes outstand ing 50,000 00 Dividends unpaid 9 00 Individual deposits subject to check .". 186,503 42 Time certificates ot deposit 302,581 63 Liabilities other than those above stated 11 25 $734,273 35 Suite of Pennsylvania, County of Forest, ss: I, A. B. Kelly, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my Know lodge and uellet. A. B. KELLY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of December, 1907. C. M. Arner, Notary l'ublic. Correct Attest : W. Smearbaugh, G. W. Roiiinson, T. F. RlTCHEY, Directors. Guardian's Salo -OF- Valuable Real Estate BY VIRTUE of an order of the Or phans' Court of Forest County, lo the uudersigned directed, there will be exposed to public sale or outcry. Holiday, Dec. 30, 1007, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the premises, the undivided one-naif or the following de scribed tract of land, situate in Barnett Township, Forest County, Pa., bounded as follows: On tbe north by the public road; on the east by Moore it Henderson; on tbe south by Henderson, and on tbe west by Chatle.v. Containing 100 acres, more or less; excepting tbe oil aud gas in and under 50 acrns on tbe west end of the above described tract; being tbe same land willed, devised and bequeathed to John Black aud Robert Black, by James BIsck, deceased. Improvements. 50 acres cleared and under good state of cultivation, balance in woodland of merchantable timber; one frame dwelling house, two stories, witb kitchen attached; two good barns; spring house; good orchard; convenient lo cburcb, school and postofiice; well water ed. Tkrms of Sale. One-third of tbe pur chase money on day of sale, one-third in one year, and balance in two years, with interest, secured by bond and mortgage entered of record. F. Fit.oeralds, Testamentary Guardian of Jobn Black. A. C. Brown, Attorney. 3tl2 4 iti ili X J. .liJ. J AiLliliL it... ........ TtTTTTttTTtTTTTTTtT TtttTT Wm. P. Dcchant T H E Expert Tailor, Is cow permanently located in rooms over Herman's Grocery Store, where be will be pleased to show you bis elegant line of samples for Suits, Trousers, Overcoats from the most fashionable houses in the great eastern cities. Every garment guaranteed to fit perfectly. Only the best linings and trimmings used in my work. A trial order, I am sure, will make you ray regular customer, I am here to stay and respectfully aBk your pat ronage. Win. 1. Derliaut, Tionesta, Ta. i ., ...... .......... ...... TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTT A.C.UREY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. Hear or Hotel Weaver TIOlsTEST-A., FJ. Telephone No. 20. Electric Oil. Guaranteed for Rheumatism, Sprains, Sore Feet, Pains, &o. At all dealers Only Six Days for Christmas Shopping Do It Now Look over this list, then call aud select your gifts: Carpet Sweepers. ; Nickel Copper Ware. Carving Sets. Rogers Knives and Forks. Pocket Knives. Skates. Suit Cases. Slippers. Handkerchiefs. Neckties. Mufllers. Sweaters. Gloves Hand Bags. Hair Ornaments, Jewelry. FIIIS. Linen Lunch Cloths. Slitchoo Letters. Novelties. ! G. W. ROBINSON i SON Mm k Your Linen Gifts R E I S , ftt.i.Ttai CHBROIDERED jETIEfiS Save Time, Money, Labor and Injury to Eyesight y Can e wtibed and Iroaed. Positively will not ravd. Made la vartoa lie of ftcrtft aaa OKI itlt Itttort. The talr .abftltut. far Otamim Rmltt4 ttmm4 Wtrt. G. W. ROBINSON & SON Fred. Grettenborgor GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Pit tings and General Hlacksin ithing prompt ly done at Low Rated. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in rear ol' and lust went of the Sbaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. ORETTENBEROER Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whuopiog Cough. Monarch Clothing Oo. Come and see a real live Santa Claus in our store. Free! Free! Free! With every Woman's Coat and Suit sold this week a handsome all wool Sweater Vest free to the lady. These vests are worth from $1.50 to $3.00 and your choice of any of them till the coats and suits are sold. All women's coats and suits are sold at from one-quarter to one-half off and the jacket Iree besides. Suit Cases free tor Men buying a Suit or Overcoat. Santa Claus bids you welcome. Men's Suits. Hundreds of men's ' stylish suits, come ia double or single breasted style; coats are the new model, and materials are cheviot, worsteds, thibet and serge. All tbe new plaids and checks in all wool cheviot and perfect fitting models; regularly worth $15. On sale at $10.98 Stylish black thibet suits, fine black French worsted suits, hand some plaids, checks and fancies in all wool worsteds or cheviots;, coats double or single breasted, lined with best quality serge or Venetian. Equal to tailor make, and guaranteed per fect fitting models. Suits worth $10.50. Special at $11.98 Men's all wool Scotch cheviot suits in mixed fancies, checks, plaids and stripes. Also, all wool plain cheviot melton Buits in brown, grey and black. Heavy working suits, and desirable everyday suits, worth $10 and (12. Special at $7.98 MONARCH CLOTHING CO.. "" HABDWASI 03P AHi KHHDS. TIN AND GRANITEWARE. A Fine Line of Stable and Wool Horse Blankets, and Whips LOADjEU SHELLS and 1IUNTIXG COATS Carriages ami Wagons, Lumbermen's Tools, Cutlery, Paints, Oils and Tarnishes. M J. f!. SftftwdftiK FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, 2'iie Deposits Solicited. Will pay Four Ver Cent, per Annum K. Watsk Cook, President. A. B. DIRECTORS A. Wayne Cook, O. W. Robinson, Wm. Hmearbaugb, N. P. Wheeler, T. P. Rltohev. J. T. Dale. A. B. Kellv. Collections remitted for on day of pnyment at low rates. We promise our custom ers all tbe benefits oonBlstent with conservative banking. Interest paid on time deposits. Tour patronage respectfully solicited. TRY REPUBLICAN OFFICE for your next order for Job Printing. We do everything from a large Poster Sboet to a Triated or Engraved Calling Card. Men's Overcoats. All wool black frieze overcoats, cut 44 to 52 inches long, lined with farm er satin or heavy Venetian; silk, vel vet or plain collar; the best $15 coat shown in this section. Big bargain at $9.98 Stylish black thibet overcoats, extra fino quality grey herringbone worsted overcoats; also, fine quality Piieslly cravenette rain coats; guaranteed equal to tailor make, and a bargain in any other store at $16 50. Our bargain price $10.98 Men's fine broadcloth overooats; also imported black thibet overcoats or rain coats. The would cost you 820 in any other store. Our price $12.98 Durable grey melton or blue and black heavy kersey or beaver over coats that cost $10 elsewhere. Our price $6.98 JEWEL Heating and Cooking Stoves nml nil otlu'i Jirwt olnHH iimlfos Wie litem bel'oro yon buy. We ean nave you money. - TiniiAsfn. Pn. NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. $50,000. $73,000. Kelly. Cashier. Wm. Smbarbatjoh, Vice President THE Boys' Clothing. Durable double-breasted plain black or fancy cheviot suits for ages 7 to 16; worth $3. At $1.98 All wool fancy mixed cheviot suits in stylish plaids and checks; double breasted or Norfolk style, witb bloomer trousers; ages (i to 17; worth $4 50. At $2.98 Pure wool worsted Buits in plaids, checks, browns and fancy mixtures; double-breasted or Norfolk, with bloomer pants, ages 6 to 16; $6 values. At $3.98 Boys' Overcoats. 3,000 boys' aud children's over coats in all styles, materials and de sirable colors, including black, grey and oxford. $1.98, $2.98, $4.98 Holiday Presents Handkerchiefs, neckwear, suspend ers, gloves, etc., in fancy boxes, and the latest novelty in boxe ever seen. Call and see them. An elegant va riety of holiday gifts at popular prices. OIL CITY, PA.