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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. I. WINK, - COITOR 4 PSOPSIITO. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1908 rniBHBw Tt'ETgwrpTnnTRt.px-ri 5 O.X 8 CLIO 11 12131415161118 10 202122 23 2425 j26lS7'l28l25Ql5ll Primaries, Saturday, April 11th, 11108. Ratkm. Conaress, $20; President Judge, ?20; As.emhly. $ 12; Prothonotary, ?I2; Nberili', $10; County Commissioner, $7; Auditor, $ Jury Commissioner, $4: State Delegate, $5; National Delegate, $.". Cash must accompany the order Tor an nouncement. PRESIDENT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce that William E. Riee is a candidate for the otlice of President Judge of the Thirly aeventh Judicial District, subject to the decision of the Republicau voter of said district at the primaries to be held April 11th, 1908. NATIONAL DELEGATE. We are authorized to announce that E. W, Parsball, of Warren county, is a can didate for National Delegate from this, the '-'Htb Congressional District, subject to the decision of the Republican voters of the said district at the primaries to be held Saturday, April 11th, 1908. Two del egates to be elected in the district. We are authorized to announce that Harry Watson, of Mercer county, Is a candidate for National Delegate from this, the -8tb Congressional District, subject to the decision of i be Republicau voters of said district at the primaries lo beheld Saturday, April 1 1 lb. 1908. Two dele gates to be elected in the district. ASSEMBLY. To the ItrjwMictin Voters of Jloirs Count;: I hereby announce myself as a candi date for Assembly, subject to the decision of the Republican primaries on April 11, 190S. Grikhr W. Osooon. Tionesta, Jan. l.'l, 1908. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. We are authorized to antiouoce Fred. L. Reib, of Tionesta township, as a can didate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primaries, April Ulb, 1908. COUNTY AUDITOR. Wo are authorized to announce Arthur C. Gregg, of Howe township, as a Repub lican candidate for County Auditor, at the ensuing primary election, Saturday, April Ulb. We are authorized to announce George 11. Wardeu, of Hickory township, as a Republican candidate for County Auditor, at the ensuing primary election, Satur day, April llth. Republican Ciiticiises. TIONESTA TWP. The Republican voters of Tionesta township will meet Saturday, Jan. 25, !Hi8, at 3:00 p. in., at the election bouse lor the purpose of nominating a ticket for the February election. J. B. Eukn, Coinmittoeuiau. HICKORY TWP, The Republicans of Hickory township will bold their caucus for the nomination of a ticket tor the February election at the Township House, Saturday, Jan. 25, 1908, beginning at 7:00 o'clock, p. m. II. O, Takt, Committeeman, KI.NOHI.KY TWP. The Republicans of Kiugsley township will bold their caucus for the nomination of a ticket for the February election, Sat urday evening, Jan. 25, at 7:30, at Kel lettville. F, J. Henderson, Committeeman. Another Big; Pension List. Congressman Wheeler has been notified of the granting of the following pensions, application for wbi;h was made through him. Jacob Walters, Grand Valley, Pa., $12 per month; William Sturgeon, Clark's Mills, Pa., $12; Joseph A. McGee, War ren, Pa., $12; William J. Confer, Venus, Pa., $12; Julius Boyd, Clark's Mills, Pa., $1."; W. H. H. Williams, Kennard, Pa., $17; F. A. Rboads, Fittsfield, Pa, $12; William Hawn, Frauklln, Pa., $12; Thomas Horner, Pittstield, Pa., $12; E, W. Kidd, Grove City, Pa., $12; A. A. George, Oil City, Pa., $12; H. W. Eastley, Clark's Mills, Pa., $12; William Steen, Frauklin, Pa., $14; Samuel MaLaucblln, Plessantville, Pa., $0, Spanish war, $100 back; William H. Myers, Rolfe, Pa., $15; Luke 8. Munn, Bennezette, Pa., $20; William T. Baum, Fianklin, Pa., $15; Asa Mudge, Rouseville, Pa., $12; Mrs. Judy Walker, Wilcox, Pa , $8; Alexander McDowell, Sharon, Pa, $12; H. J.McGIll, Bullion, Pa., $24; D. McElphratrick, Franklin. Pa , $15; William Wallis, Sharon, Pa $12; D. Mortimer, Grove City, Pa , $20; J. W. Orr, Grove City, Pa $12; Mrs. S. J.Setley, Tionesta, Pa., $8, $i:i(i back; Thomas B. Car nor, Clark's Mills, Pa., $12; John Burgwln, Scrub grass, Pa'., $15; Uriah Fry, Fredonia, Pa., $14; Samuol Moreland, Jamestown, Pa., $12; Mary J. Dugan, Cocbranton, Pa., $12; J. D. Gilbert, Tryonville, Pa., $12; Anson A. Williams, Sandy Lake, Pa., $20; J. B. Eden, Tionesta, Pa., $15; L. E. Ague, Clark's, Pa., $15; John Lawson, Youngs ville, Pa., $12; John Freeman, Oil City, Pa., $15; George Bronse, Weedville, Pa., $15; Henry Dunlop, Oil City, Pa., $12. Total, $520.00; $236.00 back pay. Thkn iid rose Mr. Wlllelt. who hall from New York State, and said our Chief Executive has nothing iu his pate. Some men are born great, some achieve great ness and some make monkeys of them Helves. Blizzard. It is the testimony of Edgar Warren, an English banker, that the United Slates "has more to sustain life and make its people prosperous and happy than all the rest of the habitable globe." Is not this enough lo encourage all of us to brace up and resolve to get into the game during the year on the threshold of which we are now standing? Thk leading candidates for President are a pesky lot. The Boston Journal aays: "Joe Cannon smokes and swears Charlie Fairbanks takes an appetizer Bill Taft sits on the lid when requested to; Knox has a penchant for fast horses Hoihot consumes half a dozen fat, black 25-cent cigars a day, and scales Matter horns and Mount Hlancs to pass the time away in the summer; Bryan can take a hand at anything from old maid to bridge whist, and well, our leading politicians are a lively galaxy, ou m intake." OCR BUSY CONGRESSMAN. He Is Not In Washington for Strictly Ornamental Purpose!). A Washington dispatch to the Oil City Blizzard, under date of 13th Inst., says; In tUe drawing for office rooms in the House on Thursday last Congressman Nelson P, Wheeler secured a well located room on the third floor of the new otlice building, but overlooks the court of the building. The room is over 25 feet long by 16 feet wide, and is handsomely fur nished, Including roller top desks for Mr. Wheeler and his secretary, Gus. B. Evans. Mr. Wheeler has given up his room in the Colorado building and after February 1 will make the new office building bis headquarters, where either he or Mr. Evans will be found during business hours, and can be reached through the Bell long distance telephone In the rooms, if haste is necessary, Congressman Nelson P. Wheeler, with bis usual push and energy, Ins under taken to secure for a number of citizens of Western Pennsylvania damages from the Government due to the new Govern ment dam on the Allegheny River at SpriDRdale. This is a meritorious matter and although Congressman Sibley intro duced a bill on Ibis subject In the last Congress it was never pushed. The story surrounding this claim is bief and inter esting. About three years ago, w hen the new Government dsm at Springdalo was supposed to be in operation, a n umber of lumber and coal men a'ong the river were advised in the fall of the year that the dam was all right and that they could cross it with their raits or barges. As a result they sent their craft down the river, but when the dam was reached it was found that they could not cross it. Con sequently, they were compelled lo tie up above the dam, their crafts were frozen with the ice and when the spring freshet arrived, barges and rafts went down with the ice when it broke up and weie a total loss. Consequently, as the Government owns the dam it is believed that the los ers should receive due compensation. Acting in conjunction with Congress man Beaie of Leechburg, who had a num ber of constituents who were losers in the same affair, Mr. Wheeler proposed to push the matter vigorously, and Mr, Beale has introduced a bill authorizing the. payment of damages as follows: J. S. Henderson & Co., Forest county, $50(1. G. A. Hahn, ofCUrion county, $585. Neely Brothers, Clarion county, $749.80, Truman .t Taylor, of Jefferson county, $'128.86. D. L, Taylor A Co., of Jetlerson county, $822. J. B. Rhea, of Jefferson county, $78.25, J. B. Miller, of Clarion county, $1,854.10, Emlentou Lumber Company, $812.84. Bell Brothers, Elk county, $1,:I92 95. C. G. W. Stover, of Clarion county, I2S.60, I. D, Doverspike, of Armstrong county, $345. V. A. Crossniau, of Forest county, $3,087.62 1), Steiner, ol Clarion couuty,$527, A. W. Wallace, of Forest county, $035.62. Josiali Work it Sons, of Fort Morgan, Col., $048 83. J. G, Morrlman, of Clarion county, $50. Heeter it McClune, Clarion county, $2,143.33. S. C. Barr A Co., of Jefferson county, $1,850.01. Buzard k Agnew, of Elk county, $500. Marvin Rulofson A Co., of Clarion county . A. R. firaden, of Forest county, $2,025.12. George F. Whitmer A Co., of Clarion county, $1,479. K. A. Grazier, of Clarion county, $369.52. East Brady Lumber Company, of Clar- iou county, $1,501 61. Congressmen Wheeler and Beall have already Been red the promise of support from Congressman Cooper, ol Union town, and Barclay, of Sinnemahoniug, and will undoubtedly secure the aasi st ance also of the remaining members of the delegation. The New York Tribune very truly says that it is to be hoped the present Thaw trial will be conducted with less regard to a certain public appetite for sensationalism than was the last. A trial is conducted primarily to obtain justice, not to afford a field for the posturing of counsel. The previous hearing of this case created unlayorable comment throughout the whole world upon the operation of our criminal trial system. It is incumbent upon Judge and counsel alike to see to it that no such impression is created this time. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall s catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. WEST traux, wholesale druggists, To ledo. O., Waldino, Kinnan A Marvin, wholesale druggints, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi monials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. KltOMTIIB ANTIIXKM. Chamberlain's t'oagb ltemrdy Benefits a City Councilman at Kingston, Jamaica. Mr. W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who Is a member of the City Council at Kingston, Jamacla, West Indies, writes as follows: "One bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy had good effect on a cough that was giving me trouble and I tbink I should have been more quickly relieved if I bad continued the remedy. Tbat it was beneficial and quick in releiviug me there is no doubt aud it is my Intention to obtain another bottle." For sale by Dunn A Fulton Farmer Wanted. A man with a family and team to work on shares a farm situated 1) miles from Tionesta, Pa. Enquire at the Forest County Nalioual Bank, tf The I'rlre of Peace. The terrible itching and smarting, inci dent to certain skin diseases, isalmost In stantly allayed by applying Chamber lain's Salve. Price, 25 cents. For Sale bV PiiliU & FuJUiu. Porker. Mrs. It. W. Burdick was a Shetlleld visitor on Monday. D. W. Downey and wile spent the first part of the week in Oil City, having gone there to visit Mr. D.'a mother, who is sick and la in the hospital, where she la being cared for. W. U, Jackson, of Lynch, secretary of the school board, delivered supplies to our school on last Thursday and also re mained to visit for a time. Geo. Blum was a Kellettville visitor one day last week. Mrs, Charlie Blum is reported as being on the sick list. Mrs. Win. Slocum was called to Hast ings the first of the week to help tare for the infant son ol Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Higbgates, which was quite sick. At last accounts it was somewhat improved. Ed, Gillespie and Mrs. Susan Lltllefield were at Kellettville Saturday between trains. Miss Minnie Tbortou and friend of Fools Creek, were calling on friends in town on Saturday afternoon. Al. Marbach, of Kellettville, has been visiting friend in town for several days. Charlie Durnall was out of school last week, being confined to the house witli a bealed jaw. Dick Fair, or Kellettville, rode his speeder up to Porkey on Sunday after noon and called on Ed. Gillespie. Mrs. Laura Bell, who has been keeping bouse for J. W, Dunkle, is spending a few days with ber daughter at Barnes, Pa. Her place is being tided by ber daughter. Mrs, Jas, Welsh has been quite sick during the past week with grip. She is being cared for by her daughter, Mrs. Jas. McMichael, of Sheffield, and sister, Miss Olive Wotfe, of Kellettville. At last accounts she was Improving. Miss Lottie Bloss visited her pareuts at Sheffield a part of last week. Nathan Burdick visited at O. E. Ru pert's over last Sunday. Mrs. Lew Brennan aud children, of Minister, visited ber friend, Mrs. Earl Downey, on Saturday afternoon, Eugene Stover and family, of Ostrand er, Wash., are paying a visit to the for mer's brother, John Stover and family, at Minister. Charlie Blum has recently moved his family to our town and is occupying the house formerly owned and occupied by John Goodard and family. We are al ways glad to welcome any new people among us. Tom Miller was a Sheffield visitor last Thursday. Jas, Shreves baa moved his household goods to Hastings, where he is employed by Mr. Catlln. Neighborhood Notes. The Meadville Health Board has de cided that no milk shall be sold in that city from cows which have not passed the tuberculin test, A Franklin committee is to bring quo warranto proceedings to annul tho charter of the water company of that city, owing to its furnishing bad water. Among the decisions handed down by the Supreme Court at Philadelphia 1b the case from Kittanniug affecting every municipality in the Commonwealth, that of Kitlanning brought against the Con solidated Natural Gas Company. The borough passed an ordinance taxing gas mains laid in the street. The company refused to ('ay the tax and the borough brought suit in the county courts to re cover $1,700, winning its fight. The com pany appealed the case and the Supreme Court affirmed the lower court, deciding ttat such a tax can be collected. The borough baa cases pending in the courts against the telephone and telegraph com panies, and It is believed that this de cision will apply to them also. James Pierce, of Ninevab, Clarion county, has a curiosity in the form of a sleeping groundhog. Two weeks ago be and some other lads attending the Nine vah country Bchools were playing near the coal shed ol the school when Pierce broke through the top of the ground into the burrow of the woodchuck. The boy carried his captive home aud put it in an outhouse. The change of domicile has made no difference in the habits of the captive, which, for the past two weeks, has been asleep as soundly as though un der ground. Two years ago one of these animals was found in the quarries near Siverly by a stonemason boarding at the City hotel. He carried the animal to the hotel, and after it bad been quartered In a box in the office for three days, it recov ered consciousness and was as lively as though the season was midsummer, Derrick. Brazil Reduces Import Duties RIo Janeiro, Jan. 14. President Penna has given orders to make op erative the decree of June 30, 190C, re ducing by 20 per rent I he Import du ties on reitain American product. The rebates grained under this decree affect wheat. Hour, condensed milk, manufactures of rubber, varnishes, typewriters, refrigerators, plnnoa, scales and windmills. The duties on breadstuff have long been a subject of dispute between Brazil and the United States. This action was taken by President Penna In view of the fa vor accorded Brazilian coffee by the United States, and to commemorate the visit, of the American battleship fleet. Leaders in Japan Are Uneasy. Tokio, Jan. 14. Incoming cable grams indicating an overwhelming sentiment In America in favor of an exclusion act are causing much un easiness to leaders of all shades of politics, who have repeatedly express ed the conviction that the Americans did not desire to discriminate against the Japanese and would accept the at titude of the Japanese government as evidence of its desire not to embar rass the American government and at the same time to save the amour pro pre of the Japanese. Uneasiness has heen intensified by the delay of a reply from Washington to the Japan ese note of Dec. 31. null Hrnmnrti Trouble Ciirnl. Having been sick for the past two years with a bad stomach trouble, a tilend gave me a dose nfChaniberlaln'a Stomach and Liver Tablets. They did me so much good that I bought a bottle of them and have used twelve bottles in all. Today I am well ofa bad stomach trouble. Mrs. Jobn.LoweCuoper, Maine. These tablets are ror hale by luuu Ac Fultnu. January Sale ! The mild winter weather, and the resulting lighter demand for heavy goods make it necessary for us to reduce our stock. In order to accomplish this, and to close out various small lots, wc offer strictly seasonable merchandise for the balance of this month at Prices That Should Appeal to Every Careful Buyer. DKIvSM GOODM Thirty piecea at the following low prices, some iu short lengths. SI goods at Silo per yard. . 5)o goods at 38o per yard. 25c goods at 18o per yard. Tricot Flannel, six colors, reduced from So to 23o per yard. SWEATERS. One lot Men's and Boys' Sweaters at half price. Misses' Sweaters were 81.75, now $1. Sweater Coats, ten per cent, on. Men's Cotton Fleeced Jackets, were SI, now 75o. 91 IM I.LI, AXFOl s. Ten dozen Men's Heavy Pants at ten per cent. oil'. Hats (excepting Hawes llals.) at twenty per ceut. off. (Joe lot Jioys Heavy two ana three piece Suits, one-fourth off. Due lot Youths Vests, tents each. One lot Men's and Ladies' Under vents and Children's Underwear at half price. Liw prices on Lumbermen's Per fection Overs and Felts. Wool Blankets, 10 per ct. off. Remember that we guarantee these prices until February 1st only. Save this advertisement it G-. W. Eobinson & Son. An K. F. I).' Advice to His Patrons. The first is, keep tho snow shoveled away froin the boxes and otf the tops. Put the stamps on alt the mail you send and do not leave pennies in the boxes for the carriers to bunt out of the snow and freeze bis nugers. Just think of your self and how would you like to be out all day and never warm your Auger ouce and then handle snow and dig for pennies. Please buy stamps. Do not bother car riers with small packages unless the nec essary stamps are attached to them. Don't bother to ask them every day for the correct time; he don't like to unbutton all his coats just to see what time it is, for then be gets cold to travel the rest ol his journey. Don't expect a ride when he is on duty, for his horses are tired aud need a rest. Dou't stop him on the road lor your mail unless It is absolutely necessary, for he has your mail packed so It will come handy when he arrives at the boxes lor which it belongs. Remember, the most ol all, if you waut your mail delivered, see that the roads are kept in good condi tion and free from snowdrifts. Ask your supervisors and tell them to make ar rangements to keep the roads in a passa ble condition the year through. This Is a duty of yours aud not of the carriers. If the mads are not kept open the depart ment will stop the service and you will have to go to tbe postoQlce for your mail. Don't tbink tbat because you have a mail carrier that he must do just as you want him to do; he has his laws to go by and be has to obey them or get out of the service. Keep the wagons out of bis way where he drives up to the boxes, for he la for bidden to dismount to deliver and receive mail matters, and in such case is ordered to take the mail back to IbeolUce. Weigh all the packages you aend and attach the necessary stamps before you oiler them to the carrier. Write your letlera before the carrier comes in sight and have them in the box ready to go so as not to keep him waiting, tor he is uot allowed to wait for them. The carrier sella stamps. Take a half dollar to the carrier and get stamps, and then put one on eveiy letter you write; don't think that the carrier will always take your pennies, for if he happens to freeze his fingers he may get provoked and leave you with your pennies. It looks as well for a man to chew tobacco as It does for a woman to chew gum. Notice of Appeals. Notice is hereby given that the County Commissioners of Forest County, Pa., will meet at tbeir olHce in the Court House iu Tionesta borough, on the lisih, 2Mb and SOtu of January, 1!K)8, for the purpose of holding a Court of Appeals irotn tne assessment ot mm. Leonard Aunkw, ANIinBW Woi.f, Philip Kmkht, Attest, Commissioners, J.T. Da i.k, Clerk. Tionesta, Pa., Jan. ti, 1WS. Hill's Restaurant Neat, clean, new rooms where a good, wholesome meal, or a lunch may be had at all hours I ot the day or evening. Kepler I T block, near the corner of Elm J T i.:j . T F auu jjriuge streets. I 91 IIS. P. t . II 1 1. 1.. ! 4 FLICS. Our entire stock of Furs, consist iog of Fox, Opossum, Water Mink, and C"Uey Scarfs aod Muff, at twenty per cent, (one fifth) off the regular price. Klmoiia and Dressing Saeqiie. SI Flannelette Kironnas, 70c. 75c Flannelette Dressiug Sacques at (0o. Two dozen SI Corsets at 50o. Meu'fe Working Coals. Three dozeo at the followiug prices: SI 50 Coats now SI. 82 Coats now SI 50. 82 25 Coats now 81.75 82 50 Coats now 81 75. S3 Coats now 82 25. Htorni Proof Coals, Over coat IjengtH. 85 grade now 84 84.50 grade now S3 50 SPECIAL. A number of Men's $3 Dress Shoes at 82 40. will not appear again. ... a... ij,aaaa J, Ji Ji4,A AJiA J, J, A Wm. P.Dechaiit T II E Expert Tailor, Is now permanently located in rooms over Herman's Grocery Store, where be will he pleased to show you bis elegant line of samples for Suits, Trousers, Overcoats, from the most fashionable bouses in the great eastern cities. Every garment guaranteed to fit perfectly. Only tbe best lioiugs and trimmings used in my work. A trinl order. I am sure. will make you ray regular X customer. I am here to stay and respectfully ask your pat- rouage. Wm. P. Deehant, Tionesta. IV. Niilprna In Divorce. COUXTY OF FOREST. s. The Commonwealth of lvntuulvama to the. Sheriff' of siid Count i. Greeting : Whereas.' Adella L. Kifert did on the 25tb day of February, 1!K7, prelor her pe titlon to our said I udges of the said Court of Common Pless tor said County, pray- ina for tbe causes therein set lortli, tiiat sue miKbt be divorced iroiu me ootids oi matrimony entered Into witb you, dem on O. Kllert. We, therefore, command vou. the said Clemon i. kllert, tbat, set' tintr aside all otner Dustnesa anu excuses whatsoever, you be and appear in your proper person beloreour Judges at Tio oesta. at a Court ot Common Pleas there to be beld lor tne county ol forest, on tbe Fourth Monday of February, 11108, to answer tbe petition or libel of tbe said Adella L. lOilert, aud to rhow cause, if any you bavi, wby the said Adella l. Kitert, your wile, should not ue uivorcea from tbe bonds of matrimony, aureeably to the Acts of Assembly In such esse made and provided. Herein mil not. Witness the Honorable W. M. l-indsey President of our said Court, at Tionesta, the L'xth day of December, 1!MI7. J. C. Geist, Prothonotary. To Clemon O. Kifert: You are hereby notified to appear be fore tbe Honorable Judges of tbe Court of Common Pless, at Tionesta, Pa., on tbe Fourth Monday of February next, to answer as set forth in above rubptena. A. W . 8thoup, Sheriff. December 31, 11KI7. Auditor's Not lee. In Ke the Estate of A C. Near, late or Green township, deceased. Tbe under signed auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court of Forest county to distribute the funds in the hands of J. (J. Itowtnan, Administrator of said estate, as appears by bis final account, to and among the parties entitled thereto, will attend to the duties of his appointment at tbe oltice of Kitcbey A Carringer in Tionesta, Pa , on Wednesday, February 12, A. I). 1908, at 2:00 o'clock p. in., when and where all parties interested are required to present and prove their claims before the under signed, or be forever after debarred from coming in upon ssid fund. M. A. Cariunokk, Auditor. January 13, 1008. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.. . QW AM TIN AND GRANITEWARE. A Vine Line of Stable and Wool Horse Blankets, and Whips NLEMUIS aiirt SLEDS ol ALL KIXDS. Carriages and Wagons, Lumbermen' Tools, Cutlery, Paints, Oils aud Varnishes. J. C. Scowden, FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, Time Deposits Solicited. Will A. Wtnk Cook, President. A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, A. B. Collections remitted for on day of pnyraent at low rates. We promise our custom ers all the benefits oousistent with conservative banking. Interest paid ou time deposita. Your patronage respectfully solicited. TRY REPUBLICAN OFFICE for your next order for Job Printing. We do everything from a large Poster Sheet to a Printed or Engraved Calling Card. Monarch Clothing Co. $50,00Ooo"SALE ! 60 Cents on the Dollar. Unheard of bargains that appeal to those who want winter clothing at a sac rifice. There are big bargains here for Men, Women and Children and tho father who toils for his daily earnings will do well to visit our sale while it is yet in its infancy. Women's Department $20 coati oow (10 )8 815 coats now 7 !M $15 coats now 418 $25 suits uow 10.9 $( girls' coats oow 3 UH 85 girls' coat9 oow 2 98 3 50 girls' coats now 1 !)8 1 !I8 girls' dresses dow !K8c 2 i8 dresses oow 148 1.50 dresses dow li'Jc 1.48 petticoats at T'.'c 4 08 skirts at 2 08 C 98 skirts at 4 98 9.98 voile skirts at fi 98 25o corset covers at l'ic 50c corset covers at 3lc $1 waists at (9o $2 waists at 98o $5 ecru waists at 2 98 Ladies' and Children's Furs at less than half price and everything reduced to GOc on the dollar and less. Sale during January. MONARCH NEAR DERRICK OFFICE, JEWEL Heating and Cooking' Stoves lllltl nil OtllOl iiVHt flllHM ltllllN Nm lliom I)lor j-oh .buy. "V ,im Have you iiioiiy. Tionesta, Pa. NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 150.000. 73,000. pay Four l'er Cent, per Annum Kbllt. Cashier, Wm. Snbarbauoh, Vice President DIRECTORS G. W. Robinson, Wm. 8mearbaugh, T. F. Rltchev. J. T. Dale. A. B. Kellv. THE Men's Department $20 suits dow $1198 $20 overcoats now 10 98 $15 suits now 9.98 $15 raiocoats oow 9.98 $10 overcoats dow 4.98 $10 suits dow 4 98 $12 suits dow 6.98 50c overalls dow 39o 50c caps, sale price 25c 50c shitts, sale price 39c $1 shirts, sale price 09o lOu canvas gloves 4o 1 25 pauts, sale price 79c $3 bats, sale price 1.50 $5 boys' suits oow 2 98 $5 overcoats dow 2.98 $G suits uow 3 98 SOo uoderwear now 39o CLOTHING CO. OIL CITY, PA.