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One Square, one inch, one week... 1 00 One Sqnare, one Inch, one month- S 00 One Sqnare, one inch, 3 month.... 6 00 One Square, one inch, one year .... 10 00 Two Squares, one year. 15 00 Quarter Column, one year SO M Half Column, one year 60 00 One Column, one year - 100 00 Legal advertisements ten cents per line each insertion. We do fine Job Printing of every de scription at reasonable rates, but it'a oash on delivery. FORES R EPUBL . w iioiik Building, ,.t, I'lOHXBTA, TJL, , l.iKIA Ywur, Strictly IiKtuw. i .utered as seoond-olass matter at the pust-oflloe at Tionesla. No subscription received for a shorter period tliau three months. Correspondnnce solicited, but no notloe will bo taken of anonymous ootnmunioa liona. Always give your name. VOL. XLI. NO. 20. TIONESTA, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1908. $1.00. PER ANNUM. THAW UL. MIL. BOROUGH OFFICER!. Burgess, J. T. Carson, Justices of the Peace G. A. Randall, D. W. Clurk. Oouncumen. J.W. Landers. J. T. Dale. O. T. Anderson, Win. Sraearbaugh, E. W. Bowman, J. W. Jamleson, w. J. Campbell. Constable Archie Clark, Collector W. H. Hond. School Directors J. C. Soowden, R. M. Herman, Q. Jainleson, J. J. Landers, J. R. Clark, W. O. Wyman. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Member of Congress -N. P. Wheeler. Member of Senate J. K. P, Hall. Assembly W. D. Shields. P..f.i .fufi .W. M. T.lnriHAV. Associate Judges F. X. Kreltler, P. C. Hill. Prothonotary, Register t Recorder, de. j, J, ueist. Sheriff. A. W. Stroun. 'J-au m,mv ( lltS W f I (ll Oil I OT1 . Commissioners Leonard Agnew, An drew woir, rump Kmeri. THmMri AHnm0tlK. II. Hrown. Jury Commissioner J. B. Eden, II. Jl. McLieuan. -hrnnar 111- fl V. Tlntlir. County Auditors George H. Warden, K. 1j. tlaugb, o. T. uarson. County Superintendent D. W. Morri son. Kecular Terns f Caart. Fourth Monday of February. Third Monday of May. Fourth Monday of September. Third Monday of November. Regular Meetings of County Commis sioners 1st and 8d Tuesdays of month. (,'harck mi Sabbath Hehaal. Presbvterlan Sabbath School at 9:45 a." ni. ! M. E. Sabbath School at 10:00 a. in. Preaohlng In M. E. Church every Sab bath evening by nev. w. u. taimiuu, Preaching in the K. M. Church every Sabbath evening ai me usual nuur. Preaching in the Presbyterian church everv Nablmln at u:m a. m. nu r.ov y. in. Rev. U. A. Bailey, Pa-tor. m m ti,..,.i muiilTimi of theW. C. T. U. are held at the headquartera on the second and fourth Tuesdaya of each montn. SENECA ST. f UM Is Twenty-Two Years Old. mm 11 nl 1 1 llli I I 0 mi niTv m M it w uil ui i I. ra. UJ u I Its Reputation for Square Dealing has Jieen Honestly Acquired and is Jealously Guarded. Its Greatest Advertisements are Satisfied Customers. You Will Be Interested in Our Twenty-Second BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIT NVaTi TJ-n(lK No. 869. 1. 0. O. F. 1 Meets every Tuesday evening, in Odd Fellowa' Hall, rartriuge ouuaing. . - - ,-. . -. .,mnn TIAIIIH V. fT 1 a. A, R. Meeta 1st and 8d Monday nvnninir in each montb. s-i i tjt mrnnnu! STOW CORPS. No. J 137, W. R. C, nieeU first and third Weduesuay evening oi eacu uumui. TJITCHEY A CARRINGER AHUIUlfiiB'ai'uini Tionesta, Pa. piURTIS M. SIIAWKEY, V- ATTOKNJSX-AT-ua.v, Warren, Pa. Practice in Forest Co. A 0 BROWN, Offloe in Arner Building, Cor. Elm and Brldse Bts., Tionesia, ra. I7RANK S. HUNTER, D. D. S. I1 i.,, noar ritlrnn. Nat. Rank. IklVlUO W T V V - TIONESTA, PA. Sale Starts Wednesday, July 29th, 1908, and Continues Ten Dys. We intend making this a memorable occasion for the patrons of this store. A Cleeal, Reputable Stock. D R. F. J. BOVARD, Phwo n an .v Mil rcHm. TIONESTA, PA. DR. J. C. DUNN. biivsipiaN AND SURGEON. and DRUGGIST. OiHce over atore, -l 1 a Trnfoual(nHl calls nromDt- i iu 1 1 coin, i . - - ly responded to at all hours of day or iriiK Rmiilnnne Elm SL. between - Grove's grocery and Oerow'a restaurant. D ,R. J. B. SIGGINS, Uktt n an ami . II rCTAOn . A UTDiunu auu -O" ' . i OIL CITY, PA. McCuen Co, means Best duality ! Following our established custom at the close of each season our surplus stock is turned into cash without regard to price. The Twenty-Second Anniversary schedule, is as follows for our best and newest goods in every department : w nrn-T TUT XP k V V. O v a mKAVFR. Pronrletor. This hotel, formerly the Lawrence House, has undergone a complete change, and is now furnished with all the mod ern improvements. Heated fend lighted .. . .ui. ...tui-al Iran Vmtlirnaiiis. hnt .wl nold wator. etc. The comforts of guests never neglected. CENTRAL HOUHiS I i ii-urr (HfRflW Prnnrletor. i. u Tl,l la Ilia nwial I'Bll trail V located hotel in the place, and has all the modern improvements No pains will lu-.i. fnr Mm traveling; public first class Livery iconnection. nUIL. EMERT oivnv Riiivr A SHOEMAKER. Shop over R. L. Uaslefs grocery store on Elm otreet. is preparou vj uu i. i e ortclr finm IliA finest tO KlilUB Ul WUDWUI " - the coarsest and guarantees his work, to five peneoi sausiacuou. riuiup"""--ion given to mending, and prices rea- aonable. TaLiloring. Fred. Orottenberger . GENERAL ' BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. ... ' i UXfanMncnr Vtl All Worn liprumi"K i" ..j..v.. j , glnes, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tines and General Blacksmithing promp -lydone at I)W Rates. Repairing Mill Machinery given speoial attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in rear of and lust west of the fctiaw House, -riaiouie, r. Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBERGER JAMES HASLET, GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND UNDERTAKERS. . " TIONESTA, PENN Pss duGUsr Mqqck , Of which we have made no cut in 5 years. A limited number of orders will be taken at $5 reduction per suit on blacks and blues and $10 reduction on each suit or overcoat for all mixed suitings and overcoatings. Men's suits and overcoats, ready to wear de luxe, one- fourth off. Men's raincoats of high grade Priestly cloths and overcoats, one-fourth off. Boys' and children's clothing one-fourth off. Furnishing goods, shirts, underwear, etc., one-fifth off. Trunks, traveling bags, suit cases and travelers' goods of every description, one-iourth off. Hats, caps, umbrellas, canes, one-lourth off. The above reductions are for regular lines of our best and newest goods. Hundreds of speeial lots in every department will be closed out at a third and a quarter of their real value. Only one iron clad condition : As this sale means a serious loss to us the strictly cash rule will be rigidly enforced. Don't ask for credit. It will have to be suspended. No goods will be sent out on approval or charged during this sale except at regular prices. Note well the dates : Wednesday, July 29th ; for ten days. Hact Department. One lot of men's soft hats, colors, Belg. belly, were $2.50, sale price 75c . Men's $3 and 1 pearl and Belg. belly hats, sale $1 Knox crushers sold for $2 and $2.50, colors pearl, white and Belg. belly, sale price $1.50 One lot of 50c caps, all sizes, sale price 2bc sold , One lot of men's white duck hats or yacht shape caps, tor 25c and 50c, sale price 19c Children's wash tarns in colors, no whites, sold for 50c, sale 25c Mexican Panamas sold for 15c, sale 5c Children's Eton caps in white, tan and gray, sale 19c Children's linen hats sold for 50c, sale price 35c One lot of black silk hats, just the thing for railroad sold for 50c, sale price 25c men, Furnishing Department. Men's half hose, sale price 8c United States Government half hose, sale price 3c and 7c Men's red and blue handkerchiefs, sale price 4c Suspenders, sale price 8c, 11c, 19o, 21c, 42c. Canvas gloves, sale price 5c. Canvas gloves with knit wrists, 7c. Canvas gauntlets, 8o and 10c. Boys' fast black stockings 9c. Railroad men's asbestos gauntlet mitts 21c. ' Fancy pocket handkerchiefs 19c. Fancy initial baodkercbiofs, colors, Kic. Coat and trouser bangers, H'c or 3 for 25c, 19c. Vbit9 handkerchiefs 5c, 8c. 19o, 42o. Men's wash four-in-bands 25o grade 19c. Men's wash four-in-hands 50c grade 39c. Men's sbielt bows 3c. Collar buttons 3o, 8c, 19o. Sleeve buttons 42c, 59c, 69o, $1.19. Leather belts 19c, 42c, 69c, 89o, $1.19. Men's and boys' bathing suits 69o, $1.39, 1.98. Boys and Children's Dept. One-fourth off the plainly marked prices of every garment and plenty of odd lots of trousers at 19c, 29c, 39c Men's Clothing SpeciaJs. A Partial List of Anniversary Specials. Were Two piece summer suits, half lined .. $13 50 " iaw 16 00 18 00 20 00 22 00 Men's flannel outing trousers 2 50 3 00 3 50 ; . 4 00 . 4 50 5 00 One special lot of outing trousers Men's khaki trousers 1 00 1 50 Men's' odd vests 39 89 Men's fancy dress vests 2 50 3 50 - 4 00 1" 4 50 5 00 Men's skeleton coats, blue and grey serge, mohair and grey and black alpaca Sale $9 50 10 50 11 50 13 50 14 00 15 50 1 75 2 25 2 75 3 00 3 50 3 75 89 89 1 19 1 19 1 75 2 75 3 25 3 50 3 75 Were $1 50. 2 50. 3 00. Sale .$1 19 . 1 75 2 25 Were $4 00. 4 50. 5 00. Sale $3 00 3 50 , 3 75 Special lot youth's suits ages 15 to 19 blue, black, fancys.. 5 00 Special lot of men's bathrobes 1 9 Special lot of house coats 3 00 Men's study gowns were $7 50 to 13 50 sale 98 Automobile dusters - 2 00 OPTICIAN. Office ) 7M National Bank Building, V.vaa azaminnd free. THE McCUEN GO McCuen Co. Block, OIL CITY, PA Exclusively optical.