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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
t. t. WINK, lOITOS oairroa. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1909 All who "beef" on Roosevelt are not rascals, but every rascal In "beefer" Just the same. Ohwion'h new Democratic senator, elected by a pledged Kepubllcao Leglsta turn, rail himself a Koosevelt Democrat. With aucb a favorable start be ought to graduate m a Taft Democrat. "AdAlit let us ask wbat President Koosecelt baa done to earn the popularity which apparently In bis, anil which en ables him to handle mi much pitch with out being defiled." Hsrrlsburg Ntar-In-dependent, lie baa done bia duty fear lessly and energetically a be aaw It. 1'ucxy .Spirit. Skckktarv of the Treasury Coitelyou baa approved new doalifiia fur the $10 and fr0 gnld certilicatea, and the new notes will soon be iaaued from the bureau of engraving and printing. The f 10 certifi cates will hear the portrait of the late U rover Cleveland, this being the Ural time that the former Prealdonl'a likeneaa Las liean used on any note or stamp of the United Slates. The new f.V) note will bi ar the portrait of former President Grant. Wk note with no little pleasure that Captain J. K. Austin, Corry'a rotund and popular poattnaater, la prominently men tioned a a candidate for state treaiurer before the next Republican convention, with chances for bis nomination consider ably above par. Couldn't get a better man for the place If they'd rake the state fore and aft with a line tooth comb. 'Twould mako the whole nortbweat hap py as no other one thing could, We're lor "Jack" Drat, last and all the time. Dti. J. M. Martin, one of Mercer county's well known representative! in the leglalattire at li'arriahurg, has created widespread attention by the introduction of a bill authorizing the State to offer a reward of $.10,000 for a certain cure for tuberculosis of the lungs. Which moves the Punxantawney Spirit to aay the bill should pans. If any man who can figure out this problem, which means ho much to humanity, would be moved by mer cenary considerations, let hitn take bia ineailly (50,000 and welcome. A.MiTAiiULA.Ohlo, inebriates, who have been constantly on the lookout for oppor tunities to purchase whin key since the. county went dry recently, were buncoed by a "cold tea" man early in the week. Tho fellow advertised the stuir, which was put up In regulation pint bottles, as cold tea, but "looked wise" while in the act of telling customers what thecontenta were, giving the Impression that in real ity tli stuff was the "real article." The man bad an enormous sale before it was found that the bottles really did contain cold tea. Tub anti-saloon league's local option bill has been Introduced lu the legislature at llarriHhurg, and as presented the bill makes tonahips, boroughs and the wards olall cities the unit for voting upon license or no license. It provides for an election upon this subject to be held when a petition kIibII be filed by one-fourth of the number of qualified volets in a town ship, borough or ward, the said election not to be held oftener than on'e in three years. The measure having been only introduced little can be said of its merits, pro or con. When once out of committee, and until it has passed second reading there is no telling what shape it may be in, but it is likely to reach this stage very much as its friends would desire, and the real teat will come on final passage of the bill. There Is no doubt but that the measure will be fought out ou the lloor, It will not be smothered in committee, as heretofore. What is regarded as a most important demonstration in behalf of the cross-state road from Philadelphia to Pittsburg took place at a convention of delegates repre senting every county the proposed high way is expected to traverse held in Al toona Friday. Resolutions were adopted commending Governor Stuart's advocacy of the road, and likewise recommend ing that, in case it is constructed, it be called "Stuart's Siate Highway" and urging that the several counties of the stale unite, in sending petitions to the legislature for good roads legislation.-Ex Tliis has reference to the movement now on foot to work a bill through the legisla turo providing for the bulldingof a grand automobile boulevard between these two cities, at the expense of the State. There is no estimating the number of millions that will be required to complete the scheme, and when finished It will be of benefit only to owners of automobiles in the cities named and thecounties through which the boulevard would pass. It is hoped the legislature will have the good souse to turn this steal down good and bard. Another Falsehood Nulled. The fact tlifct President Roosevelt never took the trouble to deny the miserable canard that while horseback riding on Thanksgiving Day he resented the ap proach ot a number of girl students who were alao riding and not only berated tliom but struck the horse of one of them in the face, led some people to believe that the incident actually occurred. So persistent have been the efforts lo fasten this outragrous lie in the public mind that the officials alihe White House have at last given out a copy of a letter fioui the girl's mother, addressed to the President from Los Angles, January '!: "My daughter, Miss May Rhodes, whose horse, it has been -vldely reported, you struck while riding in the park last Thanksgiving Day, most emphatically denies any knowledge ol such an occur ence, and as it is doomed of such impor tance to be referred to in Congress, may I be permitted to ask you why you do not deny this story? Very sinceroly, Elizabeth M. Rhodes." No more striking Illustration has been given ol the lengths to which the enemies ot Theodore Roosevelt are willing to go in their efforts to disturb public oonll deuce in him, not only as President, but aa a uiau. Hut in vie of the above let ter from Mrs. Rhodes we Bhould at least liear no more of this miseiablo falsehood. HarriHburg Telegraph. Gossip Frcm the Assembly. Uahrisburo, Pa., Feb. 8tb, 1900. There are distinct signs that the Republican managors will have HUle or no trouble In confining the work of the present U-gUlature to the appro priation biriB and such other legisla tion as may be deemed wise and nec essary. Already more than a month of the three months' session agreed upon has passed and ho far little or nothing baa ben enacted. The Senate has not been In sessalon for more than two hours of each of the four weeks the Assembly has been at work, yet It Is well up with the work of the House and is giving to the state the very best iwmsible service by adjourning when there Is no other important duty to erform. The House is a much more cumbersome body than the Sen ate. From now on, of course, the Fri day sessions will lie a feature of tho House, but no Friday sessions are probablo on the Senate side unless one should bo held on the Friday preceding the day of final adjournment. Nothing more important than the new sehool code and the local option legislation has yet made its appear ance at Harrlshurg. The framing of the tux-ralsing measure has not been completed, hut when that legislation comes forth till oilier measures will be come Hectunlnry and will have to yield room to the revenue producer. Tho school code hns attracted to Hariiahurg representatives of tho school book trust, who can always be counted on to gal her like vultures about a carrion when righteous school legislation Is up for consideration. The new code Is long and ponderous, but it Is said to have been prepared with consummate skill, and Ha friends believe that It. will be finally passed with but few If any Important changes In Its construction. It would be an extraordinary thing to have an act ho important as this proposed school leg islation, consisting of about eighty sections, go through both houses ot (he legislature without material changes, but that Is what Is expected to happen to the nw school code if the representatives of the book trust are kept out of the lobbies. The friends of local option profess to be pleased with the reception given by the people of the state to the bill which was Introduced hy Representa tive It. W". Fair of WestmorelanJ county, Mr. Fair does not pretend to the authorship of the measure, but he insists that it is one which has re ceived the Indorsement of the An'.l Saloon league of the state, and he claims for it. fairness to all interest which is something he maintains Is not to be fcund in the other local op tion bill introduced in the house by a Washington countv member. It is Just probable that Represent ative K. R. Kless of Lycoming county will be the candidate Tor Stale Treas urer to succeed .Mr. Sheatz. There are others being discussed for the place, but none of those mentioned would seem to have better support than tho Lycoming county man. He is young and active and has character. He is now serving his third term as a mem ber of the Legislature from his county and he is favorably known throughout the state. It seems to be settled that Senator John W Crawford of Allegheny county will be the Republican nominee for auditor general to succeed Mr. Young, who will soon retire. Mr. Young ha wade au excellent officer. He has in augurated many reforms in his office end the strictest economy has been applied to his administration. Before entering the office of auditor general Mr. Young was a member of the Legis lature for several terms and was by experience equipped for the responsi ble duties of the position. He sur rounded himself with capable people and his office is generally recognized as the model one In the state govern ment. Senator Crawford, who seems lo be accepted as the coming auditor general, has also had a long legisla tive experience. In length of service he is dividing honors with Senator Sproul of Delaware county, the two having been in the Senate for the same time. Senator Crawford has head ed the appropriation committee of the Senate for two terms. He has also been Identified with all the important commuters in the Senate and he knows, probably as well as any man in tho state, just what methods should be adopted in the auditing department of the state. Senator Crawford Is a banker of prominence in his home town of DunuKsnc and In Plttsburgn and McKeesport also. No steps have apparently been taken in the matter of succession to United States Senator Knox within the past week or ten days. No new candidates have appeared in the field and it !s generally accepted that George T. Oil ver will be chosen to fill the place when Senator Knox retires shortly lo become the head of the Taft cabinet, State ok Ohio Citv, ofTolkdo, I Lucuh county. Frank J. Cuknky makes oath that be is the senior nartner of the firm of F. J Cheney & Co.. doing business in the Citv of Toledo. Countv and State afore sait, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Hall's Ca TARRII CUKK. FRANK J. CHENEY, Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, tills tltu day ot December, A. v. lNUiJ. seal. A. W.GLEASON, A'otaru Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mil cous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. Lame Nhouliler. This la a common form of muscular rheumatism. No internal treatment needed. Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely three limes a day and a quick cure Is certain. This liniment has proven es pedal ly valuable for muscular and chronic rheumatism. Sold by Dunn Fulton. 1OW Homeseekcrs' Rates via Nickel Plato Koad, To points in the West, Northwest, South' west and Southeast. February 2d and 10th. Ask Agent or write J. C. Melen backer, D. P. A.. Erie. Pa. 1-20-4H Personal experience with a tube of ManZan Pile Remedy will convince you it is immediate relief for ail forms Piles. Guaranteed. 50i?. Sold by J. R, Morgan. Something Rotten in Old Venango. There's something rotten In old Ve nango county, they say, and it smells to heaven. Following the presentation of the most sensational and astounding re port ever made by a Venango county grand Jury, indh tmenls were returned Friday against aix persons, five or them more or less prominent, charging crimes growing out of the maintenance of the poor. U. U. Iiaumgardner, one of the county commissioners, Is charged with adultery, rape and misfeasance in office, and la held under f:j,000 bail pending his trial on the three charges. His wife la held on a charge of larceny, under i00 bail. Homer Sutton, steward of tne county poor bouse, Is charged with adul tery and assault and battery, bail $1,000. His wife la charged with larceny, bail IliOO. William Small of Franklin is eharged with f. and b. Roy Sutton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Uo-nerSutton is charged with fornication. Immediately on the presentation of these cases by the grand ury Judge Criswell ordered Ibal a special session of criminal court be held ou tbe second week in March for the trial of the cases, except the one against Iiaumgard ner charging rape, which will have to go over to th regular quarter sessions oourt In April, owing to the nature of tbe case. The two inmates of theoounty borne upon whom tbe crim iual abuses are alleged lo bave been practiced are a colored girl named Wolfe, and a white girl named Adelaide Landers, the latter having re cently given birth to child, and with whom Baumgardner is charged with be ing criminally intimate. He denies bis guilt. The grand Jury recommends the removal from ofUce of both Steward Sutton and Commissioner Baumgardner. Tbe shake-up Is a most sensational one, and Venango county Is stirred up as It never has been before. Neighborhood Notes. Tbe public schools at Templeton, near Kittannlng, bave closed on account of an pidemla of measles. Lee Reed, a rig builder at Bolivar, N. Y., one day recently fell .'JO feet from a errick, and escaped serious injury. The P. R. R. and Erie Railroad com- paniea are to place a uniformed station master at the Union depot in Corry, and there's Joy in the city of stumps. The Park Hotel at Franklin, which has been "dry" since its establishment about eight years ago, will apply tor a license at the approaching session of license court. KisKirainetas school, at Saltsburg, la closed for the present nn account of a scarlet fever epidemic, and a large num ber of students bave gone to their homes. Albert Saltztnau has sued the Citizens' Traction company of Oil City for $2,700, damages alleged to bave been done to his auto In a collision between one of the company's cars. C. F. Wicker of Titusville ban Bled bis statement ol claim In the Venango county courts against tbe Pennsylvania Railroad company, claim iug $500 damages on ac count of an accident at a atreel crossing In Franklin last year. The property of the Armstrong County Fair Association at Kittauning has been advertised for sale by Sheriff Frick. A claim Is made for rental In tbe sum of $1,500 Tbe last fair was held In August, 1008, and ended abruptly at the close of the third day when the Clyil League of Kittannlng brought a detail of state police on tbe grounds to prevent gambling. Lincoln's ('effyshnrg' Speech. Tbe celebration of Lincoln's birthday, Feb. ltiih, which will be observed throughout the nation recalls again tbe never-to-be-forgotten speech ol tbe mar tyred President at Gettysburg, now uni versally regarded as the tersest, most forcible and beautiful ever expressed In tbe English language. Here it is In full: Fourscore and seven years aHo, our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived iu liberty, and dedicated for the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged In a great civil war, testing whether that natiop, or any nation, so conceived and so dedicated can long endure. We ere met on a great battlefield of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion ol that field as a final resting place for those ho gave their lives that that nation might live. It Is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. But In a larger sense we cannot dedicate we can not consecrate we cannot hallow this ground. The brave men living and dead, who struggled here have consecrated it, far above cur power to add or detract. Hie world will little note, nor long re member what we say here, but it can never forget wbat tbey did here. It is for us tbe living, rather, to be dedicated bere to the unfinished work which they who fought bere bave thus far so uobly ad vanced. It Is rather for us to be bere dedicated to tbe great task remaining be' fore us that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last lull measure of devotion that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not bave died in vain that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom and that Government of tbe people, by the people, for the people, shall not periab from the earth. Abraham Lincoln November, 10, 18;3. A Common Colil. We claim that if catching cold could be avoided some of tbe most dangerous and fatal diseases would never be beard of. A cold otten forms a culture bed for germs of infectious diseases. Consump lion, pneumonia, diptheria and scarlet fever, for of the u.ost dangerous and fatal diseases, are ot this class. Tbe culture bed formed by the cold favores the devel opment of tbe germs of these diseases that would not otherwise find lodgment. There Is little danger, however, of any of these diseases being contracted wheu good expectorant cough medicine like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used It cleans out those culture beds that favor the development of the germs of these diseases. That Is why this remedy bas proved so universally successful iu pre vontiug pneumonia. It not only cures your cold quickly, but minimizes the risk ot contracting these dangerous dis eaves. For sale by Dunn V ! ulton. Plneules for the Kidneys are little golden globules which act directly on the kidneys, A trial will convince you of quick results for Backache, Rheumatism Lumbago and tired woruout feeling. 30' days (rial ?1. 00., They purify tho blood Bold iy j . k. riorgun. Sheriffs Deputy Un-itr Arrest. The Clarion Republican of last week says: Last Friday tbe return of tbe ooro ner'a Jury In the case of the death of William Claypool at the chicken fight tbe week previous, arrived here. After see ing that the legal requirement were attended to District Attorney Geary Ifsued a process and Sheriff Best ai rested K. F. Matter charging him witb tbe kill ing of Claypool. Matter, through bia at torneys petitioned tbe oourt and was granted a babeai corpus and released on $1,000 bail for bis appearance at tbe Feb ruary term of court, C. W. Ainsler and W. A. Graham going on the bond. Mat ter will be represented by Maflett and Rimer, W. A. and W. W. Uindman, J. S. Shirley and A. A. Geary. Ten addi tional Jurymen will be drawn for thia term of court. In another Item the Republican says: Tbe arrest of Matter, charged witb killing of Claypool at the chicken fight last week, means that the matter will be settled lu court. Rumors were floating all over the country that he would not be arrested. Of the SJ0 sports present one man was killed. Matter denies Ibis charge. It la now the duty of the 109 present to come lorward and tell all they know about the matter so that it can be cleare I up. It la due lo Matter, to the dead man and to themselves that this killing should be satisfactorily cleared up. Resolutions of Respect. Hickory Uivk, No. 112, L. O. T. M. Whkukas, God In His infinite wisdom bas removed from our midst Sister Susan Patch, of East Hickory, Pa., Iicsolvcd, That we most sincerely offer our sympathy and condolence to her be reaved husband and children. Though wetnissand mourn for her, we submit to Him that doeth all things well, and what is our loss 1 Sister Patch's gain. Resolved, That our charter be draped In mourning for a period of thirty days. llesolved. That these resolutions be sent to our county papers, and a copy sent to bereaved busband and children. Mrs. Lizzie Sabtokti, Mrs. Uattib Bkckbtt, Mrs. Minnie Mkt.qar, Feb. 5, I!H9. Committee. L. O. T. M., Eabt Hickory, Pa. Wiiekkas, It hath pleased Almighty God In His wise providence to call to her immediate home, Sarah K. Gorman, therefore be It llesolved, That we, though burdened with a great Borrow in the loss of a be loved Bister and loyal friend, bow in humble deference to tbe kindly wisdom of our Heavenly Father, who doeth all things well. Iicsolvcd, That we assure the lamlly and immediate friends of the deceased of our most sincere sympathy with them in their great bereavement. llesolved. That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the order, that a copj' thereof be sent to each of tbe county pacers fur publication, and tbe charter of toe Hive be draped In mourn ing for thirty days, Hannah T. Crider,) Maria Osdooi), Committee, Ellen B. Catlin, J The Hat and the Title. There Is an amusing English defini tion of "j'eiitleiiiiiii." It Is "n mail who wears n silk li.it mid if be has no other title insists upon having 'Esq. added lo bis inline when letters nre addressed lo him." The west end Londoner of social pretensions accepts lliis definition lu practice. Slimmer mid winter, in ruin or shine, he wears a bljrh silk hat In the streets of London mid carries It Into the drawing room when be pays an afternoon call. It is only when he takes :i train for the provinces or for the continent that lie ventures to use more comfortable headgear. He also expects to have the distinction of "es quire" when a letter is addressed to him unci Is highly offended If he finds on the envelope the prefix "Mr." As n matter of fact, Hie number of Eng lish gentlemen who nre legally en titled to the mediaeval honor of "es quire" Is insignificant. It is a self as sumed title which, signifies nothing that is substantial In rank or privilege. In common use in London "esquire" simply means that tho person so ad dressed does not choose to be associ ated with tradesmen and ordinary working people and that he is a "gen tlemnn" who invariably wears a silk bu. A Fable. Once Vpoti a Time there was a Young Man who met Two Nice Girls, who were Constantly Together. Now, he was nn Astute Young Man, and he desired to say. Something Pretty and Agreeable to the Ladles, but ho knew that if he paid a Compliment to One of them, No Matter which, tbe Other would bo Hurt. So he Thought Rapidly for a m uient, and then he said: "Ah, I know Why you Two Girls are Always Together!" "Why?" asked the Two Girls. "Because Everybody says that A Handsome Girl Always Chooses a Homely One as a Companion, So That Her Beauty may be Enhanced by the Contrast." After Such a Remark, either Both Girls would be Angry with him or De lighted. And what Do you think Happened? Tho Two Girls Blushed and said he was A Flatterer and went their way Together, each Happy for Herself and Sorry for tho Other.- London Answers. For Hint Terrible Itrliina. Eczema, tetter and salt rheum keep their victims In perpetual tormont. The application of Chamberlain's Salve will instantly allay this itching, and many cases have been cured by its use. For sale by Dunn & Fulton. Two years ago my daughter stepped on a needle, breaking It oft in the ball of tbe foot, which swelled up very painfully swelling to the knoo. The doctor at Go wanda lanced tho foot, but was unable to find the needlo. The X ray was applied and we could see the needle. We then applied Sun-Cura Ointment, thick as poultice, and after four applications the needle made its appearance, (Just as Mr. Thompson said it wauld) and was taken out to the great relief ol my daughter, and all the family, as she had suffered great deal, and every step pained her. Mrs. James Hitchcock, Centreviile', Pi SITS1 STOVE REMNANTS ' REMNAXTS All Kinds, Wool Dress Goods, Flan Dele, ten. Wash Goods, White Goods, Calicoes. All Lengths, Pieces containing enough for a child's waist, some enough for a shirt waist, others enough for a skirt or dress. Remnants of Lace, Embroidery, Ribbon. A chance to save some money on merchandise that people want. G. W. ROBINSON & SON Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing accounts bave been filed in my office and will be presented at the next term of Court, beginning on the Fourth Monday of February, 1009, for confirmation : First and final account of U. W. War den, Executor of the last will and testa ment of John Brechl, late of Hickory township. Forest county, Pa , deceased. first and nnal account ot w. f. rer- ringer, Administrator of the estate of Mary Aon (Jloss, late of Tionesta bor ough. Forest county, Pa., deceased. Final account of James I Kose, Ad ministrator of tbe estate of Sarah Groce, late of Jenks township, Forest county, fa., deceased. J. V, UlilST, Clerk of Orphans' Court, Tionesta, Pa., January 25, 1900. PROCLAMATION. Whereas. The Hon. Wm. E. Rice. President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for the county of Forest, has issued his pre cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas, quarter sessions ot me reace, orphans' Court, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to commence on the Fourth Monday of February, being the Zitl day ot February, ltKiu. .No lice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peace and Con stables of said county, that they be then and there m their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., ot said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those tilings which to their office appertain to be done. and to thosowboare bound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are orshall be in the jail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be lust. Given un der my band and seal tbis Z5tu day of January, A. v. VM.t. H. tt, MAXWELL, IL.B.J SheriQ, TKIAL 1,1 ST. List of causes set down for trial In the Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, commencing on the Fourth Monday of February, 1909: 1. Citizens National Uank vs. U Jam- ieson. No. 23, May term, 1907. Sum mons in assumpsit. -. Citizens National liank vs. W. U. Wyman. No. U, May term, 1907. Sum mons in assumpsit. 3. Citizens National Bank vs. Joseph W. Landers et al. No. 2", May term. 1907. Summons in assumpsit, 4. Citizens National Bank vs. John R, Osgood et al. No. W, May term, 1907. Summons In assumpsit. o. citizens national Mann vs. William G. Wyman etal. No. 27, May term, 1907. Summons in assumpsit. o. Lilly till lard vs. w. J. Mohney. No. 20, September term, 190S. Appeal from J. P. 7. Frank B. Robblns, Llbellant vs. Harriet Kohhins, Respondent, No. 19, May term, 19(18. Divorce. 8. U. 11, Fulmer vs. O. N. White. G, W. Fulmer. No. 9. November term. 1908. Sheriff's interpleader. 9. William E. Patiison et al. vs. Nan cy Shields et al. No. 1, September term, 190a. Summons in assumpsit. Attest, J. C. GEIST, Prothonotary Tionesta, Pa., January 25, 1909. PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER, Repairs Boilers, Stills, Tanks, Agitators. Buys and Nells Second - hand Boilers, Etc. Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End of Suspension Bridge, Third ward, OIL. CITY, PA. Prompt lr obtained, or FEC RETURNED. 10 VIARt'IXPIRIINCI. UurCHARORl THC LOWIST. Send model, photo or BkeU'h for exjmrt MMirh and free report on patentability. INFRINCCMINT lulu conducted before all court. I'atente obtained through na, OVIR TIIID and (OLD, free. TROI-MRK, PIR IONS and COPYRIGHTS quickly obtained. Opposite U. 8. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D. O. Cheap Kates to the Northwest. During March and April reduced one way rates will be In effect via the Wis consin Central Ry to points In Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, British Co lumhla, Alberta, etc.; also round trip hoiuuseekers' ratos first and third Tues day of eaoh mouth. Special party leaves Krie on March 2d. For rates and partic ulars write W. H. Allen, D. P. A., Erie, Pa. 2 3 4t Woods Liver Medicine In liquid form regulates the liver relieves sick beadBche constipation stomach, kidney disorders and acts as a leentle laxative. For chills fever and malaria. Its tonio effects on the system l'elt with the first dose. The tl.OO'hottln contains, 2K times as much as the 50c s'ize. Sold by J. R. Morgan. wm m Wbat about it for tbis winter? If out fu'ly fitted out in this respect let us figure witb you oo a new HEATER or COOK STOVE Our stock is complete and our line is tbe best ever han dled in this town. We can save you raoDey ou either Gas, Wood or Coal Stoves. AH sorts of Horse Blankets and Furnishings For tbe Horseman or Teamster. Do You Want a Fine Sleigh ? Come and see us before you buy. We rave you money. Buggies and Wagons, and j J. C. Scowden, FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, Time Deposits Solicited. Will A. Watkb Cook, President. A. B. directors A. Wayne Cook, G. W. Robinson, Wm. Smearbaugh, N.P.Wheeler, T. P.Rltohev. J.T.Dale, A. B. Kellv. Collections remitted for on day of pnyment at low rates. We promise onr custom era all the benefits consistent with conservative banking, interest pid on time deposits. Tour patronage respectfully solicited. Last Week Of the Winter Campaign, but whether the Ground ling sees bis shadow or not there will be six weeks of winter to come that's where you come in. Our sale closed Saturday night after ten days of Cracker Jack busi ness. Still too many Suits and Over coats to carry over, though. Conse quently we are forced to make One Last Des perate Cut on Suits and Overcoats. During this week only, we bave divided All Our Men's Overcoats and Suits into three different lots as fol lows: Lot Nn. 1 Spot caeb, $8 50, includes Suits and sold at $15 Lot No 2 &pot cash, $12, includes Suits and sold at 818 Lot No 3 -Spot Cash, 815, includes Suits and sold at $25. sale price Overco ta price Overcoats sale price Overcoats THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST. , OIL CITY, PA. You Are Handicapped f if Your Clothes Are I Not Right, f An ill fitting or unbecom ing Suit is a serious handicap and a great mistake. I make tbe kind of clothes that discriminating men Bhould wear. Cut, trimmed and made to individual taste. Prices no more than the commonplace kind will cost. Better let me show ynu Suits from $18 up f Wm. P. Decliant, Tbe Tailor. Tionesta, Penna. Z . ..-.a. . . . TTTTTTTTTTTTT Jacks & Mules Hn... MttlpK ami tfH rirh. 210 fine, large Jackn, Jen- nir'. .mi muicn, iu ii hand, high, weigh from 7ifl to 1.W0 Ibs.-good ones chesp now. I will pay a part of buyer's K. R. fare a- Z 1. '"1IK- mock guar Lcl2SfX&&4) ontrrd. Write for pricea to-uitv. HREKLER'S JACK FARM Win Eikton.O Electric Oil. Quaranteed for Rheumatism, (Sprains, Sore Keet. Pains, Ha. Atall dealers Chamberlaii)'s QpugtiJjedf CureSColdj, Croup' do'd Wlioopmg COTgti. Wl mm TCvfirvtliino' in HnrrlwarA. P3 o - Tionesta, Pa. NATIONAL BANK, $50,000. $90,000. pay Four Ter Cent, per Annum Kkllt. Cashier. Wm. Smbabbauoh, Vice President Now's the Time r CI. mm mmmw mtmm j W m. m. W Our Mid Winter Clearance Sale will commence Saturday, January 28th, aod continue for Two Weeks Only This is an annual event, that every patron of this Shoe Store knows all about. It's simply our way of averting the necessity ot carrying Shoes from sea son to season. . A good, sound busi ness proposition. Attend our Great Shoe Sale, will pay you well to do so. It JOE LEVI, Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, Olli CITY, PA. Sigworth & Heplor LIVERY Stable. Having recently purchased the A. C. Urey livery stable, we are making many improvements to keep tbe ser vice first-class and up-to-date. New horses and carriages will be added and we guarantee to our patrons tbe best turn outs to be had, courteous attention, and reasonable rates. Come and Bee us. Rear or Hotel Weaver TIOISTEST-A.. IPJL. Telephone No. 30. CHICAGO SLEEPING CAR (FHOM Oil, CITY) t Effective January 18, a new Sleep I Ins Car line established between Oil i City and Chicago, leaving Oil City T dailyexceptSundav,6:20p m. ,East J em Time, arrive ClileaKo 7:30 a m. I Returning leave Chicago 10:30 p. i m. daily exeept Saturday, arrive Oil City 2:85 p. m. T For Information address W. S. T MnCuHn. A unlit, till IMtv. Pa jiLake Shore! ' & Michigan Southern Ry. l-13-7t I P,N?M? the 3d rfAYS' TRIAL FOR Il.od