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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN. J. C. WENK, - Editor 4 Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1908 MAY. Shimon TiTETwRD.Tiiu.FriTT? 1 2 JL A. 5( 7 8 9 101112 13 1415 W IX 18 10 220 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29pT ( ii bl loan Ticket. STATU. Judge of the Superior Court, WILLIAM D. POUTER, Allegheny County. t'OlNTY. Congress, Hon. N. P. WHEELER. President Judge, Hon. W. E. RICE. Assembly, A. R. MECIILING. Protthonotary, J. C. C1EIST. Sheriff, S. U. MAXWELL. Comity Commissioner, J. M. ZUENDEL. W. II. HARRISON. County Auditor, A. C. GREGG. G. II. WARDEN. Jury Commissioner, ERNEST SIBBLE. Tim public school authorities of Penn sylvania have been notified by the Amer ican Flag Association that Flag Day, fall ing this year on Sunday, will be cele brated the following day, Monday, June 10th. Thu9 sayotb the Punxsutawney Spirit: "Friends who are only so when they need you, will easily find an excuse to be enemies when you need them. So run neth the world away, and thus continueth the work o( stringing suckers." The Pennsylvania Railroad Company has put a thousand more freight cars to work, the ship yards are getting busy, various industrial plants are working full time again and the indications are good all over the country. A man must be frieudly to have friends. This was never more true than la the country. Try a little friendliness towards that neighbor whom you have considered rather cold and distant. You will per haps find that he will warm up to you and the friendship will work mutual good. Get his ideas, and if you have any thing good in that line share it with him. Skins ol a return to prosperous con ditions have manifested themselves In the PittBburg district by the announce ment that the Pennsylvania has Issued instructions to prepare for work on the tunnel at Greenburg, Pa., thirty mites from Pittsburg, it being the intentiou to spend $1,000,000 in cutting down this tun nel, reduciug the grade and making a out wide enough for six tracks. This track will be the first move towards sixtraok ing the Pennsylvania from Pittsburg to New York. The work was called off when hard times appeared last fall. Tiik announcement has been made that Presideut Roosevelt has signed the bill directing the restoration to gold and silver coins of the motto, "In God We Trust,'' ordered by him stricken from the gold coins several months ago on the ground that the law did not authorize It. The law becomes effective thirty days from May 18, but the dies with the addi tional words already have been prepared. In the meantime the coinage of twenty and ten-dollar gold pieces minus the mot to will continue, according to Director of the Mint Leech. There will be no material change In the Saint Gaudens' design approved some months ago by the President, except tbe addition of the mot to will be placed below the flying eagle, while on the ten-dollar gold pieces it will be to tue left and In front of the eagle. The motto never was removed from tbe silver coins. Judiikh Johnson and liroomall of tbe court of quarter sessions of Delaware county handed down a decision in a caso involving the legality of the statute passed by the legislature of 1U07 prohibiting tbe use of so-called automatic guns for the killing of game. The court decided that the law was contrary to the Constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of Pennsylvania, and dis charged the defendants. Tbe decision is of great interest to sportsmen In this state, as many of them had purchased guna of the self-loading type prior to the passage of tbe statute prohibiting their use, and did not want to give them up. They claimed, and the courts have now sus tained their contention, that a gun of the self-loading type was no more destructive of game than less modern arms, and therefore perfectly lawful to use. (Jiill'ey's Democratic Convention. Tbe Democratic State convention held at Harrisburg last week was a Guffey affair Ironi start to finish, doing his bid ding promptly and thoroughly, as follows: Defeated instructions for Bryan in com mittee, 34 to 15, Voted down indorsement of Bryan, in convention, 1S7 to lit. Elected R. W. Irwin, auti-Bryanite, temporary chairman. Elected l'etor A. O' Boyle, Judge Gray boomer, permanent chairman. Defeated Wm. T. Creasey, Bryanite, for permanent chairman, in committee, 31 to 10. Elected as delegates at largo to Denver, J. M. Gufley, J. K. P Hall, John G. Uar man and A, G. Dewalt, all with Guffey. Defeated all Bryan candidates for dele gates at large, giving Bryan's personal irieud, W, II. Berry, the lowest vote among the unsuccessful candidates. Platform absolutely ignored Bryan. Guffey's re-election as Democratic National Committeeman assured. Wild cheering and derisive taunts of Itryanites In jralleriesaiiswered by Guffey votes against Bryan on floor olvouventiou. Nominated Webster Uriui, ol Bucks, lor J udge oi Superior Court. Torkey, Mrs. Stephen West and sister Chloe of Kellettyille visited at the home of Mr. Jas. Welsh at Balltown a few days of last week. Martha Blum roturned to her borne Sunday afternoon, accompanied, by James Welsh, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Littlefield were called to Beaver, Saturday, on account of the serious illness of Grandma Mervin. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blum were shop ping iu Sheffield, Saturday. Another grand ball was given at tbe Stoyer Hall, Friday evening. Porkey and Sberifi bad a very exciting game of ball Sunday, Sheriff coming out victorious. Master Frank Downey Is getting along nicely. Grandma Shaffer of Kellettville is vis iting her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Brennao. Mrs. Geo. Blum and Mrs. Wni.Slocum visited friends at Hastings Saturday af ternoon, on the evening train. Jack Matbill is visiting at tbe home of Chas. Blum. Mr. Matbill bad bis leg broken some time ago aud isu't able to work. Mrs. O. E. Rupert and sister Lottie attended tbe funeral of their brother-in-law, Oscar Llnde, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Linde were married about six months ago. The wife was Miss Carrie Bloss of Sheffield. Cbas. Eastwood of North Clarendon visited his sister, Mrs. Earl Downey, over Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. Angle Frey of Kellett ville visited friends in town Sunday. Tbe Porkey Oil Co.'s well drilled in last week proved a failure. They didn't get either oil or gas. Strange, as the well was located between two tbat were drilled tbe past winter and they were both good gas wells. Mr. Friable gave one of his moving picture entertainments Thursday eve ning, the best he has ever given here. Kellfttrille. Goldia Hill, who la attending school at Tionesta, spent Sunday and Monday with ber parents. Dr. C. Y. Detar and bona Reed and Russell visited the former's parents at Fryburg last week. Mario Gillooly Is visiting friends at Starr. Carl Merriam of Betnis Point, Iud., visited at W. A. Kribbs' Saturday. Thelraa Albaugb, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albaugb, is suffering from scarlet fever. Arch Horner bad bis foot smashed while at bis work Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Watson, A. C. Bea- son and Mrs. M. Andrews attended the Masonic banquet at Erie, Monday and Tuesday. Agnes West of Fryburg is the guet of ber brother, S. E. West. Tbe ball game between the town team and the wood bundlers Monday after noon was very interesting, the score be ing 21 to 20 In favor of tbe town team. Mrs. Mary Shaffer, wbo bas been visit ing ber daughter, Mrs. Lew Brennan, at Truemans, returned home Monday. Sunday School Convention Program. Following Is the program of tbe thir teenth annual convention of the Forest County Sabbath School Association, to be beld in Nebraska, Pa., Tuesday aud Wednesday, June 2d and 3d, 19o8: TUESDAY, 2:30 P. M. Devotional, Rev. F. C. Timmis; ad dress of welcome, Judge F. X, Kreitler; response, Rev. J. F. Scberer; 3:00, what ought tbe teacher to know before begin ning to teach? Mrs. Alice Ritcbey; 3:15, the County Association standard, W. G. Landes, general secretary of tbe State Sabbath School Association; 4:00, temper ance work in tbe Sunday school, Rev. E. L. Mouroe; 4:15, election of officers; re ports of committees; business. EVENING SESSION. 8:00, Song service, Rev. II. A. Bailey; 8:15, address "A little child shall lead tbeui," Miss Ermina C. Lincoln, state superintendent of primary and junior work; question box, W. G. Landes. WEDNESDAY MORNINU. 9:00, Devotional, Rev. R. J. Montgom ery; 0:30, tbe duty of tbe Sunday school to missionary work, T. D. Collins; 10:00, orgaulzed for sorvlce, W. G. Landes; 10:30, lessons in teaching from tbe Great Teacher, Rev.W. K. Davis; 11:00, religion the basis of a nation's prosperity, Jtev B. F. Feit; 11:30, training the teacher, A. B. Kelly. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. 2:00, Devotional, Rev. E. D. Thomp son; 2:30, conference on primary plans, Miss Lincoln; 3:00, conference should the Sunday acbool be tbe children's church service? how overcome tbe pre vailing practice, Rev. R. J. Montgomery, D. B. Shields, G. W. Warden; 4:00, work ing with a visioned puipose, Miss Lin coln? WEDNESDAY EVENING. 8:00, Devotional, Rev. J. F. Soberer; 8:15, church and home, Mrs. F. J. Hen derson; 8:150, a persuading personality, W. G. Landes. DeafiivM t'nnnot lie Cured by local applications, as they cannot reacli tue diseased portion ol the ear, There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con. dition of the mucous lining of the Eu stachian Tube. When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or impertect Hearing, and wnun it is entire' ly closed deamess is the result, and un less the inllamation can be taken out and this lube restored to its normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out ol ten are caused by catarrh. which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surlaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ea.se of Deatness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY it CO., Toledo, O, Sold by Druggists, 75. Hall's Family Pills are tbe best. Free to Our Subscribers. VVe will be glad to bave every reader of our papor take advantage of the follow Ing offer: If you will send your name and address to the Pineule Medicine Co., 389 LaSalle Ave., Chicago, 111., they will promptly mail you postpaid a lull week's trial of their most excellent preparation, "Pineules". The preparation is put up in little gelatin globules, easy and pleas ant to take and are truly remarkable iu their quick effects on all Back Ache. Lame Back, Rheumatism and all Kidney aud Bladder affections. In writing them it will be necessary to mention this paper. Please do so. We hope any of our read ers, who are suffering from any such complaiuts will take advantage of this oner at once, as we know tbe preparation is most highly recommended. SDrUBffi COIf DECLARES AGAINST MM POLLUTION Highest Tribunal of Justice In Penn sylvania Upholds Constitutionality of the Purity of Water Law, MUST PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH Owner of Mill From Which Sewage Flowed Into the Schuylkill River Is Held Guilty. Judge Swart, of the Montgomery county courts, in delivering his opinion said: "The act of the legislature is a police regulation for the protection of the public health. This is a highly bene ficial act; it la doing much to promote public health." Judge Porter, of the superior court, In his opinion said: "The statute was passed in the exercise of the police power of the state. That power un doubtedly extends to all regulations af fecting the health, good order, morals, peace and safety of society. All sorts ol restrictions and burdens are imposed under this power, and when these are not in conflict with any constitutional prohibition, or fundamental principle, they cannot be successfully assailed in a Judicial tribunal. That the preser vation of the waters of the state from pollution, Involving danger to health, is a proper subject for the erercise of the police power cannot be seriously Questioned." Of widespread Importance Is the re cent decision of the supreme court of Pennsylvania upholding the constitu tionality of the act of April 22, 1905, known as the "Purity of Water Law," under which the commissioner of health Is given power to protect the streams of the state from pollutiou. The case in question was the "Com monwealth of Pennsylvania against Ed ward Emmers." anl had been carried by the defendant from the Norristown county courts to the superior court aud then to the supreme court, the decision in each instance convicting the party violatiug the Purity of Water Law by polluting a stream with sewage. The defendant is the owner and oper ator of the hosiery mill situated on or near the banks of the Schuylkill river. In Montgomery county, where he em ploys a large number of operators. Nine water closets for the use of these employes, sewage from all. of which closets was discharged by a single pipe into the Schuylkill river, were declared by the commissioner of health to be a menace to public health, and the de fendant was given notice that this dis charge of sewage must be discontinued under the provisions of the Purity of Water Law. Failing to comply with the law, the mill owner was prose cuted. Attendance at Summer Sorinal. Following is complete list of the stu dents in attendance at tbe Forest County Summer Normal School, which began an eight weeks' term bere on May 1-th: Aornew. Sarah MacDonald. Elsie Allio. Orion McWilliams Mildred Anderson, Maude Maxwell, Florence Anderson, Elma McCullongh, Alice Blauser, Olive Meley, Albert Blum, Margarete Mealy, Arthur Bly, Belle Mecbling, Ralph Campbell, Donald Mobney, Katharyn Clark, Beulah Monroe, Grace Clark, Hazel Monroe. Lowell Clarke, Louise Moor, Nyetta Daniels, Cyril Mowris, Myrtle Davis, James K, Murphy, Anna Day, Beatrice M u rpby, Jeu n ie Day, Lura Noble, Leonard Donaldson, Edna Reed, Grace Douglas, Ethel Rosen, Dora Dunn, Fern Schwab, Edua Elliot, Mae Scott, Ethel Elliot, Pearl Scowden, Bertha Foreman, Louie Scowden, Esie Fox, Hattie Setley, Mary Gayley, Edith Sheffer, Marion Gillette, Carlotta Sliira, Glenn Gorman, Charles Shriver, Martha Grove, Frances Shunk, Dorothy Grove, Evelyn Sibble, Hazel Grubbs, Viola Sigworth, Bessie Handy, Lnella Small, Marie Haugb, Jeaunette Smith, Winnifred Haslet, Margaret Sterrett, Lester Henderson, Robert Strickenberg, Flavia Henry, Clare Sutton, Gladys Hicks, May Sutton, Delia Hill, Goldia Terrill, Claude Hoover, Belva Walter, Etliol Huling, Robert Weaver, Glenna Kelley, E. D. Weingard, Genova Kelley, O. B. Wiles, Blanche Lanson, May Wolcott, Josephine Ledebur, Alice Wolfe, Willie Ledebur, Alta Zuendel, Harl Ledebur, George Zuendel, Howard Neighborhood Notes A Cambridge Springs wool buyer tells the News, of that place, that be thinks be will not be able to pay more thbn 1-1 cents a pound for wool this season, just half tbe price he paid a year ago. Uncertainty of tbe demand for wool by manufacturers Is is given as tbe cause of the great drop in price. Mrs. Ann Dahrlnger, charged with murdering ber husband, Fred, pleaded guilty In open court at Mercer, Thursday, to a charge of second degree murder. Judge Williams sentenced her to eight years in the penitentiary. She was ac cused of murdering her husband to obtain f 15,000 life Insurance. Whilo hunting woodchuuks near Cur wensville, Clearfield county, one day this week, Charles Harmon was assisting bis dog to dig one of the animals nut of a hole in tbe ground, and at a depth of five feet encountered a crock filled with some kind of coin. He took some of the ooiim to the bank, where the. officials declared them to be gold. What kind of money the pieces are liad not been duteriuinod, but it is believed the money was buried by Turks who long ago assisted in build ing a railroad in that section. From the weight of the gold it was OHllrnated to be worth about $.,0hi. Letter to J. C. Scowden, Tionesta, Pa. Dear Sir: This is short: Every job painted Dovoe takes less gallons than of any other paint. If not, no pay. Yours truly, 50 F. W. Devok A Co. P. S. Dunn & Fulton sell our paint. There is mighty little poetry iu the life of a poet's wife. Cream of the News. A man seldom gets more than a dime for a bard-luck story. Operation for Piles will not be neces sary if you use ManZan Pile Remedy, guaranteed. Price SOo. Sold by J. K. Morgan, Its bard for most of us to be good when we bave a chance not to. Tbe new mill of the Contra! Pennsyl vania Lumber oinipany at Sheffield Is now getting under way aud is cutting on an average of 175 ,000 feet of lumber per day. Chronic kickers keep hammering away until they finally knock themselves out. Everything fortbedressy man, young orold. Shirts, ties, collars, cuffs, shoes, bats, clothing In fact we can fit you out from head to foot iu tbe very latest at nominal cost. Hopkins. It You may bave read about the bless ings of poverty, but did you ever see any of them? Tbe straw hat season Is now legally on and we are here with the goods. Our stock for men and boys is complete. Likewise we bave all other aummor wear In great variety. Hopkins. It An undertaker Is probably so called because he eventually overtakes the rest of mankind. -Pineules for the Kidney, 30 days' trial $1.00, Guaranteed. Pineules act directly on the Kidneys and bring relief in the first dose to backache, weak back, rheumatic paius, kidney and bladder trouble. They purify tbe blood and In vigorate tho eutlre systtui. Sold by J. R. Morgan. We are told that it takes nine tailors to make a man, but In many cases the bill of one tailor is enough to break him. Hundreds of people who sutler from backache rheumatism, lame back, lum bago and similar ailments are not aware that these are merely symptoms of kid ney trouble. Pineules for the Kidneys, act directly on tbe kidueys, bringing quick relief to backache aud other symp toms of kidney and bladder derange ments. 30 day's trial J 1.00 and guaran teed, or money back. Sold by J. R. Morgan. Ctmlmstn l'ld you wife hnve n high fever? Ie Style Very. The doctor's Mil n mounted to SIlH). New York Tress. MARRIED. ATKIN EICHENBERG At the M. E. parsonage, Tionesta, May 20, 19U8, by Rev. W. O. Calhoun, Mr. W. Roy At kin of Tidioute, Pa., and Miss Kate Eichenberg of Muzette, Pa. Bank Statement. No. 6038. REPORT OK THE CONDITION OF THE FOREST COUNTY NATION AL BANK AT TIONESTA, in the State of Pennsylvania, at the close of business May 14, 1U08. RESOURCES : Loans and discounts $339,134 84 Overdrafts, secured and un secured 89 02 U. S. Bonds to secure circula tion 50,000 00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 2,187 31 Bonds, securities, etc., 100,294 89 Banking-house, furniture, and fixtures 10,207 50 Other real estate owned 401 90 Due from National Banks i,uot reserve agents) 10,207 30 Due from approved roserve agents 82,018 71 Chocks and other cash items 30 50 Notes of other National Bauka... 100 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cunts 450 32 Lawtul money reserve in bank, viz: Specie $22,179 40 Legal tender notes. 10,000 00 32,179 40 Redemption fund with U. 8. Treas'r(5perct.of circulation) 2,500 00 $001,807 87 LIABILITIES: Capital stock paid in $50,000 00 Surplus fund 80,000 00 Undivided prnfits,leK8 exponses and taxes paid 9,877 17 National bank notes outstand ing 50,000 00 Individual deposits subject to check 100,863 80 Time certificates ol doposit 365,120 90 $061,807 87 State 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 knowledge and belief. A. B.KELLY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 23d day of May, 1!K8. C. M. Ahner, Notary Public. Correct Attest: , T. F. RlTCHEY, Wm. Smeariiauoii, J. T. Dale, Directors. Commonwealth ov Pennsvlaania,) Statu Highway Department, II AiuiisiiuHci, Pa. J Sealed proposals will be received by the State Highway Department of Penn sylvania, under the Act approved May 1st, 1905, for the construction of 7,113 feet of road, extending from Weaver's Lane to Old State Road at Fryburg, in Wash ington Township, in the County of Clar ion. Plans and specifications can be seen at tho office of the County Commis sioners, Clarion, Pa., and at the oltice of the State Highway Department, Harris burg, Pa. Bidding blanks will be fur nished by the State Highway Department upon request. Bids iuiihI he endorsed "PROPOSALS FOR RECONSTRUC TION OF ROAD IN WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, CLARION COUNTY., and received at tho olfica of the State Highway liepartmnnt not later than May 28, 190H. JosKi'ii W. Hunter, Stati Highway Commissioner, Sigworth & llcplcr LIVERY Stable. I hiving recently purchased tho A. C. Urey livery stable, wo are making in any improvements ti keep tbe ser vice first-clitHH and up-to-dato. New horses and carriages will ho added and we guarantee to our patrons the beet turn-outs to he had, courteous attention, and reasonable rates, Come and see us. Hear of Hotel Weaver TIOlsTBSTJL. J?J. Telephone No. 20. Your Comfort Io warm weather depends to a great extent upon cool, easy fitting Underwear. Men's Balbriggan Garmouts at '.'So and 50o. Men's Uuion Suits at $1 and 81.50. Z Coat Shirts aod Knee Length Drawers the coolest garments ever devisod 50 ceuls per garment. X New lot of Straw Hats, Washable Four-in-Hands, and ! Silk String Ties. G. W. ROBINSON & SON The Summer Man And His Needs. Heady-to-Wear Suits De Luxe. Priced $15 to 825. Fifty complete lines of Men's Un derwear. Shirts and Drawers or Union Suits. Priced 25 o per garment and up. Knox aud Youmao's Correct Straw Hats and the newest things in Pana mas. Beautiful Foulard Silk and Wash able Neckwear. 25c to $1. The handsomest and best, fittiog Negligee Shirts. 81 to 83. Unrivalled line of Men'a Half Hose. 10c to 8150 per pair. THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST., OIL CITY. PA. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Wm. P.Dechanfc T II E Expert Tailor, Is now permanently located io the Walters building, next to the Citizens National Bank, where be will be pleased to show you bis elegant line of samples for Suits, Trousers, Overcoats, from the roost fashionable bouses in the great eastern cities. Every garment guaranteed to fit perfectly. Only the best linings and trimmings gsed in my work. A trial order, I am sure, will make you my regular customer. I am here to stay and respectfully ask your pat ronage. Win. 1. Dccliaut, Tionesta, Pa. i !. Women's OXFORDS We never sold Women's Oxfords as fast as we are now selling them. Perhaps our Oxfords are the beet. We think they are; the styles or the workmanship cnuld not be better. Every Woman Likes Them, Hu much daintiness so much beauty about them we would be glad to show you different styles any time JOB LEVI, Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, OIL. CITY, PA. Seasonble Goods u Scowden's. We have constantly ou hand and at living prices, a large stock of the finest grades of Oils 1'alnlM, Yarulslit', While Lead and Japalae. If you inteud to paint let us quote you prices oo quantities. out m m;ii:s vi wagons Have a reputation tbat cannot be beaten. In Farming Implements we have A Fill I lilne or Plows, HarrowN, CuItlvnforN and (aardeu Tool. Our prices are always right Poultry Netting and Wire Screens. J. C. Scowden, -M"M"H.'H. l 4 Pennsylvania Railroad POPULAR EXCURSIONS M 75 CENTS TO OIL AND RETURN Sunday, May 31st, 1908 SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Tionesta 11:02 a. in., RETURNING Leaves Titusville, 7:00 p. m.; Oil City, 7:40 p. m. Tickets good going only on Special Train; good returning on Special Train May 31, or regular "train June 1. Train 33 due to leave Oil City 3:30 p. in., Monday, June 1, will leave Titu.iville 2:30 p. in., on tbat date. Io consideration of the reduced fare at which these tickets are sold, baggage will not be checked oo them. T Children between Five and J. R. WOOD Passenger TralHo Manager TTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTtTtTTtTtTT Monarch Clothing Co. Stylish Summer Dresses, Jumper Suits, Linen Coat Suits, &c. The largest aud handsomest line of Ladks' Summer Outer Garments ever displayed in a city of this size Pretty blyles of New Suits and Drestses at marvelous low prices. The qualities and styles are just too pretty for anything and the workmanship of these garments amazes the average person how they can be made fur tbe money. Summer Suits Women or Misses' Coat Suits of fine quality duck, linen or galatea; come io white, dark brown, tan, pink, old rose, Copenhagen, lavender or light blue; coats are cut 27 and 30 iuclies long; two pleats in back at bottom with three, four aud five but tons on each side of pleat; made tight fittiog or semi-fitting; the skirts cir cular, flare and pleated models with one, two or three extra rows oi saoie material at bottom. These are very rare beauties. In the higher priced garments are fine quality guaranteed llydegrade. Special low prices at $3 98, 84 !)8, $5 !8 Summer Dresses Very stylish Summer Dresses made jumper style or princess; extra quality ligured lawns In an endless variety of shades and figures. All are hand somoly trimmed aud space will nut permit a full description. They are marvelous beauties and very rare values at $2 98, $3,518, 84 5)8 Shirt Waist Dresses Handsome styles of Women's or Misses' Shirt Waist Suits or Princess DressbS in a variety of fine qualities; plain white or figured lawns; beauti fully trimmed and embroidered in dillerent styles; also plain colored lawns in pink, Copenhagen, blue, brown and lavender. 81 OH, $2,518, 83.0S I3oys' Wash Suits Kussian or Sailor styles of Boys' and Children's Wash Suits; come iu fancy or plain colored linen, duck, galatea, llydegrade and ginghams. All are very prettily made and trimmed. 4!lo, !J8o, 81.5)8 MONARCH CLOTHING CO. NEAR DERRICK OFFICE, Tionesta, Pa. H- 1 CITY OR TITHE Twelve Years of age. Half Rates OKO. W. BO YD General Passenger Ageut 1 Women's Jackets Stylish Plaid or Striped Fancy Spring Jackets; come io a variety of dill'erent plaidi and stripes; made of all-wool cheviot aud come in box-fit-tiog or serai-fitted styles; excellent values that cost 86 elsewhere. $').i)8 Girls' Jackets Trices on our Girls' and Children's Jackets are reduced to the following closing out prices. Don't let your child catch cold in the very chaogea- bid 86E80D $2 48 and 82 !8 Jackets now $1.5)8 83.518 Jackets now $2.5)8. 83.48 Jackets now 82.5)8. 84 5)8 Jackets now $3.5)8. 85 5)8 Ladies' or Children's Jackets now 84 98. 81 5)8 Jackets now $1.50. $1.25 Jackets now !)8o. Women's Waists 1,000 new Lawn Waists just bought from a manufacturer who quit business. Every waist is just worth double the price. We bought tbeui at a sacrifice aud offer your choice of these beautiful trimmed lace embroid ered and prettily tucked waists at!)8o Shirt Waist Suits One lot of W .men's Shirt Waist Suits in white lawn and fancy per cale;. All are rare values and the material cannot be bought at the price we are selling these suits, These are rare values aod contain many suits whero the lines are mostly Bold 82 50 to 83.75 values. i)8o, $1 98 Sale of Women's Silk Gloves, Cor set Covers, Petticoats, Dress Skirts and Belts. OIL CITY, PA.