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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
i. I. WINK. Editor Pkophiitoii. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1908 Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. President, WILLIAM 11. TAFT, of Ohio. Vice President, JAMES S. SHERMAN, of New York. NTATK. Judge of tbe Superior Court, WILLIAM D. POUTER, Allegheny County. I'Ol'NTY. Congress, Hon. N.P. WHEELER. President Judge, Hon. W. E. RICE. Assembly, A. R. M ECU LING. Prottuonoury, J. C. GEIST. Sheriff, S. R. MAXWELL. County Commissioner, J. M. ZCENDEL. W. H. HARRISON. County Auditor, A. C.GREGG. G. II. WARDEN. Jury Commissioner, ERNEST SIBBLE. SEPTEMBER 6 M8 9 10U12 I514p 16 17 18 19 M2T22 25 2425 26 271281291501 I I Machine politicians who say they can not understand Gov. Hughes will notice that the people of New York have no dif ficulty in that respect. Col. Bryan is determined to repeat his old plan of touring the country on a speaking expedition. That voice of tho colonel's is a fatal gift. How many exploded paramount issues can a politician carry and still survive as a party leader? A cat has nine lives and a foxy demagogue may have more. Vkkmont weut Republican by 28,000 plurality at the Slate election yesterday, electing George H. Prouty, Governor, and a Republican legislature. And that's good euougb for a starter. The Republicans ol North Carolina are starting into the campaign as if tbey meant to carry the State. More power to ihetu. Every national election brings about some surprise and one of them may be located in tbe Old North State this year. Tub Hon. David B. Hill has just re turned from a trip abroad, and is reported to haye said he will do what he can for Bryan, but fears that ill health will pre vent him from taking an active part in the campaign. In other words Mr, Hill is "still a Democrat." Very still. Bkyan wants to "revise" the Tariff, Tbe day that Bryan Is elected there will be uo need of revision. Tbe smash will be so general that there will be nothing upon which to levy a tariff. This is so well understood, tbe revision of tbe tariff will be placed in the bands of tbe party that has made possible the great prosper ity of the country in the past. What have tbe last twelve years ol Republicanism done for tbe country? asks Mr. Bryan. Well, it seems tbat In 1806 be had to borrow the money to get to Chicago and now be is so rich tbat be can lose a purse containing foOO without bis special wonder. There is no man In tbe country with less reason to com plain than this same William J., declares the Phila delphia Inquirer. Former Slate Treasurer William II. Berry in a recent political speech, said that Bryan bad come up from the people, and not down from the bosses, as Taft bad done. Bryan could not have come down trom tbe bosses of the Democratic party for the reason that he is boss of the whole shootin'-match himself. Otherwise Johnson or Gray would have been the nominee and the Democrats would have had a show to win. But a gentleman who has no amunitlon but a lot of empty shells of exploded ideas with which to go vote-hunting, Is not likely to bag much game. Punxy Spirit. It is always easy to distrust glittering general ities. Tbe New York Times says: "The weakness of Mr. Bryan's trust pol- icy lies in the vague and visionary char acter of hia plan and in the emptiness of its promise. Persons far exceeding blm in wisdom and sharing bis radical views have for years sought by tbe formulation of policies and in tbe drawing of bills to devise curbs for monopoly and remedies for trust evils. Tbey have been only moderately successful. He produces from his own unaided mind a plan of universal scope and of guaranteed effici ency. To say that be has confidence io the virtue of his nostrum, in other words to say tbat be believes what he said at Indianapolis, would impugn his Intelli gence." Jl'dub Patton has ruled that any Armstrong county voter may legally cast bis ballot for a candidate of another party by writing the name on his ticket. Ever since the passage of the uniform primar ies act, the participation of tbe voters of one party in the nomination of candidates of another, has been one of the strongest objections to its workings. Until the law is so amended as to abate this abuse, it will never be a success. Much fault was found with its operations throughout the Main lat spring, and from some sections thero was a loud call for its repeal. It is still a good deal ahead of old primary methods, however, and if amended to give complete parly separation and meet other objections that are raised there Is no reon why it should not prove entirely satiHfactory to the voters of the state. Ti tiiHville Herald. We heartily agree with this contention. Unlets the law can be so amended as to exclude one party from insking the nomination of another the real intent of the act will be lost, and it might better be repealed. Found Utility and Sentenced. Daniel Wilder, alias Daniel Forrester, of Bradford, tried at Eranklln last week as an accomplice of Barnes, or Ruth, In the robbery of Miss El! .a Copeland at Pit bole in July last, was convicted, tbejury rendering a verdict of guilty after an hour's deliberation. Ruth and bis young pal, Breckenrldge, also of Bradford, con fessed and gave evidence against Wilder, which was sufficiently corroborated by other testimony to convince tbejury tbat the accused was guilty as charged. There bas been considerable talk to tbe effect tbat Wilder was 'Gene Parker, a former resident of Tionesta and vicinity, but this is not Ibe case. A gentleman from this place who knew Parker well while be resided In Tionesta, and who saw and talked with Wilder recently in tbe Frank lin jail, states positively tbat be is not tbe 'Gene Parker once so familiar to residents of this community upward of thirty years ago. Wilder lacks very much in height and there are no other marks of resem blance of consequence between tbe two men, says our informant. Judge Cri8well sentenced Wilder to six years in tbe penitentiary, but said if it could be made to appear that the con viction was wrong be would revoke tbe sentence before tbe end of the present term of court, which continues until the third Monday of November; or, if the evidence could not be submitted until after that time, he would co-operate with counsel to secure a pardon for the pris oner. This was In answer to counsel for tbe prisouer who proposed to procure an affidavit from Wllder's physician at Bradford to tbe effect that Wilder could not have been at Pitbole without a crutch or cane early in June, evidence to this effect having been brought out at the trial. Meanwhile, Wilder will be taken to the penitentiary. . Sentence was deferred for the present in the cae of Barnes, or Ruth, on request of persons interested in ferreting out the crimes in other communities of which Barnes bas accused Wilder. Claire Breckenrldge of Bradford, who, as John Warren, pleaded guilty to com plicity In tbe Pitbole robbery, was sen tenced to tbe Huntingdon reformatory. KellettTillc. Dr. C. Y. Detar and family attended the harvest home picnic at Venus, Thurs day. Mabel Blauswr of Nebraska is the guest of Mrs. Vernou Amsler. Lawrence Marbach and Myrna Detar Visited relatives at Fryhurg last week. Leon Watson and family, Ozie Pierce and Mary Silzle spent several days at Jamestown and Celoron last week. Harry, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Fair, who bas been very sick, Is slowly improving. Mrs. Frank Nash and daughter Mar jory visited relatives at Nebraska and Tionesta last week. C. C. Lincoln is visiting bis parents at Knox Mrs. R. Flynn of Newmnnsville (pent Wednesday in town. The Sunday school picnic held In tbe grove, Thursday, was well attended. Nelle Detar and Julia Sllzle are visit ing relatives at Fry burg and Venus. Hansel Peterson and Ottls Cunning' ham, who have been visiting friends In town, returned to their home in Albany, Ind., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pope and daughter Florence are visiting relatives at James town and Frewsburg, N. Y. Forest Beck of Kane is the guest of bis sister, Mrs. Win. Harrington. John Sil.le attended the harvest borne picrile at Venus, Thursday. Our schools opened Monday with tbe usual good attendance. Anna Over of Sligo was tbe guest of Mary Silzle over Sunday. Neighborhood Notes. Clell Kissell, of Ligonier, paid a fine of 149.80 for shooting a big trout be saw while walking along a Btream. Tbe Erie Motor Club offers $2.50 in prizes for Erie County paymasters, one prize of $100, one of j0 and four of $25 each for good road work on tbe country roads. McKean county, which was named in honor of Tho nas McKean, who was gov ernor at tbe time it was organized, Is nearly 40 miles long and 25 wide, con' taining about 1,000 square miles or 40,000 acres. If there are any prettier streams in the country than tbe Allegheny River, they are not indicated on the map. Bliz zard. Right you are. She's tbe queen of them all. And why is it the average res ident along her shores does so little ap predate her "bonnie banks?" Mrs, Livina Thompson, aged SO years. widow of Wm. Thompson, of Scotch Hill Clarion couuty, Pa., died last Wednesday at tbe borne of her son-in-law, Dr, S, G Beatty, at Kane, Pa. Tbe remaines were taken to ber former home at Scotch Hill where the interment was made. . The Kane Republican says it is reported a syndicate of Pittsburg capitalists has its eye on tbe Chautauqua Traction Com pauy, the Jamestown Street Railway and Celoron Park. President Broadbead is quoted as saying there is nothing In the report, but a persistent rumor Is afloat tbat Mr. Broadband bad agreed to sell for $2,000,000. nearness Cannot lie Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear, There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies, Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dilion of the mucous lining of the Eu stachian Tube. When this tube gets in flamed you bave a rumbling sound or imported bearing, and when it is entire ly closed deamess is tbe result, and un less the intlamation can be taken out and this lube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever ; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh. which is nothing but an inflamed condl lion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot neatness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars, free. V. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O, nOKl Uy ITUgglRlH, va. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Wlijf From a small beginning the sale and use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bas extended to all parts of tbe United States and to many foreign countries. Why? Because It has proved especially valuable for coughs and colds. For. sale by Dunn it Fulton. -Ring's Little Liver Pills for bilious ness, sick-headache. They keep you well. 24c. Try tbem. Hold by J. R. Morgan. Jurors for September Court, 1008. ORAM) JUKOKS. Allicoif, Jus., luborer, Kiiiglcy. Blum, Win., farmer, Green. Blum, Herman, farmer, Green. Boycr, Al., laborer, Jenks. Brewster, N. W., laborer, Harmony. Brookhouscr, A. T., miller, Tionesta Boro. Davis, Lee, sawyer, Tionesta lloro. Davis, H. L., dentist, Kingsley. Dawson, J. A., fanner, Harmony. Downing, A. II., laborer, Kingslcy. Fulton, Harry, laborer, Howe. Goal, A. 1)., luborer, Howe. Gillooly, Tliomus, plumber, Kinsley. Grolcimmd, Jus., carpenter, Jenks. Hull, John, farmer, Burnett. Hendricks, W. S., butcher, Kinpsley. Klincstiver, Geo., bookkeeper, Kingslcy. Lemon, O. P., bonrding house keeper, Hickory. I.indsey.C. R., blacksmith, Harmony. Prycr, Samuel, farmer, Tionesta Twp. West, Ed., furincr, Green. Weaver, D. P., luborer, Burnett. Zubcr, George, sawyer, Kingslcy. Zuck, I. F., laborer, Tionesta Twp. I'ETIT JURORS. Anderson, David, luborer, Howe. Anderson, G. T., barber, Tionesta Boro. Arncr, Lewis, bookkeeper, Kingslcy. Bortzer, Win., merchant, Jenks. Butler, F. J., luborer, Kingslcy. Bcuu, Hurry, blacksmith, Hickory. Bromley, J. G., salesman, Tionesta Boro. Coon, John, luborer, Burnett. Connelly, W. A., farmer, Hickory. Clark, Jus. R., clerk, Tionesta Horn. Dawson, G. R. E., farmer, Harmony. Davis, Jus. D., insurance agent, Tionesta Horo. Donnelly, Howard, filer, Kingslcy. Eldridge, Cbus., farmer, Jenks. Elders, Wm., furincr, Kingslcy. Fra.icr, J. W., farmer, Jenks. Goodwin, Edwin, luborer, Green. Godell, J. T., luborer, Howe. Graham, Raymond, furincr, Kingslcy. Hiines, Z. S., butcher, Jenks. Hulings, George, luborer, Burnett. Heath, Horace, farmer, Hickory. Harrison, Perry, teamster, Kingslcy. Hiler, Edward, clerk, Kingslcy. Hunt, C. F., fanner, Jenks. Henderson, F. J., lumberman, Kingslcy. Henderson, 11. ., engineer, Harnett. Jones, J. J., inspector, Hickory. Kerr, R. P., laborer, Green. Kunselman, I. J., laborer, Kingslcy. Lawrence, Win., lumberman, Tionesta Twp. Long, J. C, driller, Jenks. Lyons, W. P., luborer, Harmony. Mclntyre, M. A., furincr, Huruiony. McCoy, H. M., luborer, Green. Metz, Chas., pumper, Green. Mong, A. W., fanner, Tionesta Twp. Miller, I). W., farmer, Burnett. JIcKecn, Wilbert, luborer, Green. Neill, A. D., luiiibcriiinii, Jenks. Ruyhorn, Frank, laborer, Kingslcy. Richards, J. G., driller, Kingslcy. Reyner, T. J., merchant, Jenks. Rhodes, Augustus, furmer, Green. Shurp, F. '., laborer, Jenks. Snow, T. A., ganger, Harmony. Stitzingcr, I. F., fanner, Tionesta Twp. Siggins, Orion, lumberman, Harmony. Shehan, D. C, farmer, Harmony. Shultz, Fred., farmer, Kingslcy. Taft, J. G., liveryman, Hickory. Wolford, F. G., laborer, Burnett. Witherell, Frank, luborer, Hickory. Watson, H. B., laborer, Kingslcy. Paine Accepted Devoe's Oder. Good yarn: How Devoe got an agent at Delhi, N. Y. Gladstone & Paine vere agents for . ; we mustn't tell names. Devoe wanted 'em. Paine was painting his bis Colonial house. Said it took 10 gallons of white for tbe trim. Devoe sent hliii 10 gallons and said: if you get it all on, no pay; if you bave any left, return it and pay for the rest. Agreed. He returned four gallons and took the agency. Four or five yearB ago. He kuowsnow that his old paint was and IB adulterated; that's why it took ten gal Ions to equal six of Devoe. Go by tbe name; there is but one name to go by: Devoe lead-and-zinc. Dunn & Fulton. Why DruKiilsts Recommend Chamberlain's Collr, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Kemrily Mr, Frank C. Hanrahan, a prominent druggist of Portsmouth, Vs., says. "For the past six years I bave sold and recom mended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is a great remedy and one of the best patent medi cines on the market. I handle, some others for tbe same purpose that pay me a larger profit, but this remedy is so sure to effect a cure, and my customers so certain to appreciate my recommending It to blm, that I gave It the preference. For sale by Dunn it Fulton. Free Music Lessons. Music lessons so simple tbat a child of ordinary education should be able to learn to play tbe piano will be published in tbe Sunday Issue of The Pittsburg Dispatch, commencing' September l.'Hh This Is a rare treat lor readers of The Dispatch and la a feature that will be greatly appreciated. Just think of it, $12 worth of music lessons free! They will appeal to young and old alike, those who can play as well as persons who cannot, Music teachers will find many valuable suggestions. Parents whose children are not old enough to learn to play now should keep the lessons lor Ibetn. Every one should save the lessons. Tbey are good at any time. If you are not a reader of Tbe Sunday Dispatch subscribe at once and get the best paper published Tbe music lessons will be published every Sunday until the series is com pleted, commencing September 13th Don't miss them. ' A Hprnliied Ankle. As usually treated a sprained ankle will disable the injured person for month or more, but by applying Cham berlain's Liniment and observing the directions with each bottle faithfully, cure may, In most cases, be effected in less than one week's time. This linl ment is a most remarkable preparation try It lor a sprain or a bruise, or when laid up with chronic or muscular rheums. tism, and you are certain to be deligbtod with the prompt relief which it altords for sale by Dunn t r ulton. Low One Way Colonist Itutes via Nickel Plate Road, West, Northwest, Southwest and South Tickets September 1st to October 31st, Ask Agent or write C. A. Melin. D. P A., Erie, Pa. 8-19 lot If you are a sufferer from idles. Man Zan Pile Remedy will bring relief with the first application. Guaranteed. Price uOc. Sold by J, R. Morgan,. W. c. T. U. Picnic at (Jolinza. It has been tbe custom of the Nebraska W. C. T. T. to bold its annual pionlo at Fox Creek, but all of our good friends had moved to Golinza, and on the invita tion of Mrs. E. L. Dewoody we followed them to that place, August 28th. Through the efforts of Judge Kreitler and Mr. Dewoody tbe regular excursion car was secured for our use and the large Increase u membership during the year made it very acceptable. After a pleasant ride of four miles through tbe woods with en gineer James Smith at tbe throttle, and B. Ayers as fireman, we arrived at Golinza at noon. A committeecomposed of the following ladies, Mra. and Miss Dewoody, Mrs. Henry Parker, Mrs. Smail, Mrs. Bort Nickles, Mrs. Kate Mc- Naugbton, Mrs. Gilmore and Mrs. Wm. Nickles, made us welcome, and soon tbe tables were spread and a tine dinner en joyed by over one hundred persons. Tbe afternoon was spent pleasantly and at four o'clock the white ribboners rallied and expressed their thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Parker for the use of tbeir lawn and to the ladies for furnishing ice cream and coffee and In oilier ways making the day enjoyable. On tbe motion of Mrs. Dor cas Thompson we decided to return in lixii). Prkss Supt. Ilesl Trent mem for a Hum. If lor no other reason, Chamberlain's Salve should be kept in every household on acoount of its great value in the treat ment of burns. It allays the pain almost Instantly, and unless tbe injury is a se vere one, heals tbs parts without leaving a scar. This salve is also unequaled for happed bands, sore nipples snd diseases of the skin. Price, 25 cents. For sale by Dunn it Fulton. Wood's Liver Medicine In liquid form for malaria, chills and fever, regu lates the liver, kidneys and bladder, brings quick relief to biliousness, sick- headache, constipation. Pleasant to take. The $1 bottle contains 2) times quantity of tbe 50c size. First dose brings relief. Sold by J. R. Morgan. Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing accounts have been tiled in my office and will be presented at the next term of Court, beginuing on the Fourth Monday of September, 1908, for confirmation : f inal account ot a. w. strotip, com mittee of Daniel Rustler, late of Hickory township, deceased. j. v. urjis r. Clerk of Orphans' Court. Tionesta, Pa., August 31, l'.Htt. PROCLAMATION. Wheukas. The Hon. W. M. Lindsey. President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for the county of Forest, has issued his pre cept for holdinga Court of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, Oyer and Torminer and General Jail uollverv, at Jionosta, lor tne County of Forest, to commence on the Fourth Monday of September, being the 28tb day of September. l'.K'S. No tice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices or the reace and Con stables of said county, tbat 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 thoir omce appertain to be done, and to those who are bound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall bein thejail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be just. Given un der my banii and seal this 31st day of August, A. 1). i:s. A. W. BTKUUl. L.8. Sheriff. TJtlAIi LIST. List of causes set down for trial in the Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, commencing on the Fourth Monday of Seplembet, 1008: 1. G. G. Snowden et al. vs. Edmund Pequignot et al. No. 2, May term, 1900 Summons in assumpsit. 2. Citizens National Bank vs. Q. Jam ieson. No. 23, May term, 1!HI7. Sum mons In assumpsit. 3. Citizens National Bank vs. W. G. Wyman. No. 21. May term, 1907. Sum mons in assumpsit. 4. Citizens National Bank vs. Joseph W. Landers et al. No. 25, May term, 1907. Summons in assumpsit, 5. Citizens National Bank vs. William G. Wyman et al. No. 27, May term, 1907. Summons in assumpsit. 6 Q. Jamiesnn et al. vs. E. E. Norton et al. No. 2, November term, 1907. Summons In assumpsit. 7. J. T. Rainy vs. H. F. Blum. No. 6, February term, 1908. Action of replevin. s. Li. s. uiougn ys. James V, welsh No. 7, February term, 1!H)8. Summons in ejectment. 9. J. O. C. Sigworlh vs. M. Walter, W. T. Hart. No. , May Term, 1908. Summons In assumpsit. Attest, J. C. GEIST, Prothonotary Tionesta, Pa., AugtiBt 31, 1908. SHERIFF'S SALE. n Y VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Facias, u issued out ol tne uoutt or uotn. mon Picas of Forest County, Pennsylva nia, and to me directed, there will bo ex posed to sale by public vendue or outcry. at the Court House, in the Borough of i loncHia, t oresi uotiniy, i'a., on MONDAY, SEPT. 28, A. D. 1908, st 1:00 o'clock p. m. the following do scribed real estate, to-wit: J. W. HAMILTON vs. A. J. HUB BARD, Fieri Facias, No. 3, September Term, 1908.-(Waivers.)-A. C. Brown, Attorney. All of the defendants' right, title, in terest and claim of. In and to all the un divided one-half of all lhat certain tract or piece of land situate in Howe town ship, Forest county and state of Pennsyl vania, bounded as follows, viz: Being Warrant No. 3186, warranted in the name of Leitoy it Company, and containing 495 acres, more or less. Tbe division of said tract was run by Cyrus Black, com mencing on the north line of said traot at a spruce and running a direct line through to the south line of said tract to .and being the east half of said tract and the undivided one-half of tbe premises conveyed by Thomas P. McCrea and wife to A. J. Hubbard, by deed dated April 7, 19011, and recorded at Tionesta, forest couuty, fa., in the riecoruer s ot- ncn. In Deeor Hook 3d, page 2-2-3. Taken in execution and to be sold as tbe property of A. J. Hubbard, at tbe suit or J. w. Hamilton. TERMS OF SALE. The following must be strictly complied with when the property Is stricken down : 1. When the piuintiil'or other loin cred itors become tho purchaser, the costs on the writs must be paid, and a list of lions including mortgage searches on tho prop ot ty sold, together with such lion credit or's receipt for tho amount of the pro ceeds of tiio saloorsuch portion thereof as ho may claim, must bo furnished tho .Sliorill. 2. All bids must bo paid in full. 3. All sales not settled immediately will be continued until 2 o'clock p. in., of the next day, at which time all property not settled i'oi will again bo put up and sold at tlvo expense and risk of the person to whom lirst sold. Soo Purdon'H Digest, Ninth Edition, pago 4 W and Hunt It's f orms, page 384. A. W. STROUP. Sherilf. Sheriffs OlUco, Tionesta, Pa., August 25, 1908. Low Prices on Low Shoes. It is not often that you bave a chance to buy "Walk Over" goods at lis thau regular price?, but to clean up our stock of Oxfords we bave reduced the price to 83 for any 83 50 Oxford. I 83.40 for any 81 Oxford. G. W. ROBINSON & SON Fine Tailoring For Before Hand People. Months ago we began to prepare for our fall and winter campaign. We made our selections of choice foreign woolens from the importers (one suit or overcoat only in each piece.) T ese choice Overcoatings, Suit ings and Waistcoatings we have now on display and we invite their inspec tion by beforehand people who wish the best and newest things for correct clothes. We confidently assure and guaran tee correct, snappy, up to the-minute fit and style, the finest workmanship, the best quality trimmings, linings, etc , as a last word from the man be- hiod the gun. If we fail to please you we don't want you to take the clothe. THEMcCUEN CO. 2i AND 29 SENECA ST.. OIL CITY. PA. TTTTTTTTTTTT tTTTTTTTTTTTTT It's a Sad Tale To tell your friends wheu some ignorant, unscrupulous tailor attaches a can to you in the shape of a bum, ill-fitting suit. Order your clothes of us. There is no element of chance. Our garments are "right" in style, quality, fit and price. Suits from 18 to $10 rants from $5 to $10( i Fall Samples are now in and am ready to show them. Let me show you my new line. t Win. P. Hecliiuit, The Tailor, Tionesta, Penna. 1 ........ .1. .I, J, Ailnlnfc Ail. TtTtTTtTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTT PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER. Repairs Boilers, Stills, Tanks, Agitators. Ruys and Sells Second - hand Boilers, Etc. Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End of Suspension Bridge, Third ward. OIX CITY, PA. 0 Electric Oil. Guaranteed for Rheumatism, Sprains, 8ore Feet, Pains. Ac. At all dealers THE OLDEST. is tbe preparation of voung men and women for positions of trust and responsibility. Our success has been phenomenal scores of our graduates receive from $110 to $125 per month and are being promoted each year. Honest, conscientious work has earued for us the title "THE SCHOOL THAT GETS RESULTS," aud we solicit the patronage of students who know what they want to do and who have a good preparatory education. Our fuculty consisis of 8 teachers we have 10 rooms 45 typewriters enroll from 200 to 250 each year 87 graduates in class of 1!0H. Compare us with OTHER commercial schools in this section. A postal will bring catalogue at d full information. Mention this paper and we will Bend you 10 nicely written cards FREE. ' TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL OPENING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1908. Meandville CommerciaJ College, ?h:aiviii,i:, pa. rpTTT? THE BEST. OLDEST. Seasonable G-oou Scowden's. We have constantly ou hand and at living prices, a large stock of tbe finest grades of Oils, Paints, YariiMifs, White Lead and Japulac. If you intend to paint let us quote you prices on quantities. (Kit III ((.ITS AM, WAtiOA'S Have a reputation that cannot be beaten. In Farming Implements we have A Full Iilue of Pious, Harrows, Cultivators and CJarden Tools. Our prices are always right. Poultry Netting ami Wire Screens. HABDW&BiB Qg &Hi KHHDS. J. C. Scowdon, Tionesta, Pa. mttmmmm mrzmmm mssm FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, Zlime l)eioUa Solicited. A. WatniCook, President. A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, A. B. Collections remitted for on day of pnymont at low rates. We promise our custom ers all tbe benefits consistent with conservative banking. Interest ptid on time deposits. Tour patronace respectfully solicited. Monarch Clothing Co. Another Grand Oppor tunity to Save Cloth ing Money. Soon as arrangements can be completed our entire store will undergo a complete renovation. Until this time comes we will continue to sacrifice all Men's and Boys' Suits, Furnishings, Trousers, Shirts, Overalls, &c, Women's Suits, "Waists, Jackets and everything else in the store to make necessary room for the workingmen to complete their job with little interference. Men's Stylish Brown Suits. 25.00 suits now.. 20.00 suits now . 13.50 18.00 suits now 12.98 16.50 suits now 11.98 14.50 suits now 10.98 12.98 suits now 9.98 10.98 suits now 8.98 9.98 suits now 0.98 These prices include all our handsome suits and afford big chances to the man who wants to save some money. Boys' Suits. $5.98 suits now $4.98 4.98 suits now 3.98 3.98 suits now 2.98 3.98 suits now 1.98 2.98 suits now 1.98 Men's Paints. $1.25 pants now .... 79c 1.98 pants now $1.50 2.25 pants now 1.50 2.98 pants now 1.98 3.98 pants now 2.98 4.98 pants now 3.98 One CqlsIi Price. MONARCH NEAR DERRICK OFFICE, OUR. SPECIALTY NATIONAL BANK, PENNSYLVANIA. $50,000. $85,000. Will pay Four 1'er Cent, per Annum Kbllt. Cashier. Wm. Smrarbauor, Vice President directors G. W. Robinson, Wm. Smearbaugh, T. P. Kitchev. J. T. Dale, A. B. Kellv. $1(5.50 CLOTHING CO. OIL CITY, PA. THE BEST.