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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, Editor a PaoeaitToa. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1909 Announcements. ASSOCIATE JUDGE. We are authorized to announce John O. Watson, of Kiugaley township, M a candidate tor Associate jinie, subject to Ihe decision of the Kepnblicau voiera at the primaries June 5, 1!XH. We are authorized to announce Sam uel Aul, ofJenks township, aa a candidate for Associate Judge, subject to the de cision of Republican voters at Ibe prl tuarios June 6, 1909. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. We. are authorized to announce M. A. Carringer, Esq , of Tionesta, as a candi date for DiNtrict Attorney, subject to the decision of the Republican voters of For est county at the primaries June S, 1909. STATE DELEGATE. We are Authorized to announce James C. Welah. of Howe township, as a candi date for Delegate to the Republican State Convention, subject to the action of the Republican voters at the primaries, June 5lh. We are authorized to announce George Crider, of Hickory township, as a candi date for Delegate to the Republican Slate Convention, subject to the action of the Republican voters st the primaries, June 5th. Tiik manipulation of the wheat market by Mr. Patten has resulted in curtailing the ordinary courtesies of life. When you ask a mail to break bread with you these days it means something extrava gant. New York reports tbat only eleven log scboolhouses remain iu the state. It will be fortunate if the graduates from the Improved buildings turn out as well on the average as those from the lowly academies of the pioneers. But of course they'll know a heap more about foot ball. The fact tbat Gov. Harmon of Ohio diaparaged the Panama Canal In bis Jef ferson Day speech suggests tbat be will be poor presidential timber Id 1912. Be fore that time the excavation la likely to be completed, and the fellow who goes back on this great project might as well strike bis mother and expect the endorse ment of the American people. Sknatok Aldricii Is making a good fight lor s genuine protective tariff the kind that will make smokestacks belch fire and the wheels of industry spin. Aldricb is regarded as the best financier in the country, and he bas a clean and clear-headed comprehension of affairs in general. It is fortunate tbat so able and practical a man as A Id rich has charge of the tariff pill In the Senate. Punxy Spirit. Amidst all the clash and clamor over the tariff bill which is uow under oon sideratiou In the U. S. Senate, having passed tbe House some time ago, it ia no doubt gratifying to the people of this, tbe 28tb, district, to know tbst their Repre sentative, Hon. N. P. Wheeler, bas been voting right on all tbe schedules on which there bas been any contest. Wben tbe bill was before tbe House, only 47 mem bers voted to retain tbe duty on crude oil, 1 of those loyal voters, amongst whom was Mr. Wheeler, coming from Pennsyl vania, while 322 members voted to put oil on the free list. Thus it will be seen against what overwhelming odds the friends of the oil interests bad to contend. It is generally believed the Senate will pass the bill with the oil schedule re stored, and when It again comes up for consideration In tbe House Mr. Wheeler will again be found on tbe right side, do ing valiant service for the friends of crude oil. By a really remarkable coincidence tbe news dispatches from Spain during tbe short period of forty-eight hours las.1 month revived memories of the American-Spanish war iu a way to emphasize bow far both countries bave moved dur ing tbe decade tbat has passed and bow changed are Ibeir relations. On April 2 ex-Prtsident Roosevelt landed at Gibral tar for a brief visit while on his way to Africa. On the same day tbe Spanish cabinet, so tbe cable dispatcbes informed us, publicly announced its definite in tuntiou to reconstruct ou modern Hues the SpauiBb navy, which bas been a negligible quantity since Cervera'a de feat at Santiago. The next day Admiral Cervera himself, who bore such a gallant part in ibe conflict of eleven years ago and who earned the high respect of the American military and naval forces, passed away at tbe ripe age of seventy, Tbe evening papers of the same day in Madr'd announced that General Weyler bad completed bis memoirs, dealing chiefly with bis campaign in Cuba. A week later, 00 April 11, came tbe expiia tion of Article IV. of tbe Treaty of Paris, wbicb gave Spain equal commercial privileges with tbe United States in tbe Philippine Islands. American Review of Reviews for May. Governor Signs Mure Laws. Governor E. S. Stuart Saturday signed the bill creating a state board of exam iners for nurses and prohibiting tbe use of the title, "registered nurse" by persons nut possessing state licenses issued by said boaid. Tbe governor also signed the new fish and game bills. The fish bill allows an appeal to court In every case from the decision of a justice of the peace or alder man, and requires the actual catching o fish in an illegal manner to constitute violation of the act, and not tbe mere fishing with inteut to illegally catch, as under the old law. In other respects tbe law is not much changed. Other bills signed are as follows: To prevent the inducing, enticing or procuring, or attempting to do so, Into the state any woman or girl for Immoral purpose under a penalty of imprisonmen of from one to five years and a fine not exceeding 5,000. This is tbe anti-white slave act introduced by Senator Tustln, Providing that conviction of the crime of assault with intent to kill shall be cause for divorce. Regulating the manufacture and sale of commercial fertilizers. Ameudiug the act of 1885, to allow a re duction of 5 per cent on borough and township taxes paid wilhin 90 days of notice from collector. Authorizing the health authorities of cities, boroughs and townships, com pelled to care for a person suffering from a contagious disease from another corn- munity, to recover the cost of such care from tbe borne community of tbe patient. Tbe Governor bas also aigned tbe Townsend automobile bill, which pro vides for the registration of machines ac cording to borse power, with fees from to to f 15, and the licensing ofebauffeura at 2, It gives the maximum speed limit in open country at a mile in two and one half minutes and in built-up sections at a mile In Ave minutes. Fines for violating the act are from f 10 or ten days In jail up to 200 or thirty days In jail, according to whether It Is tbe first, second or third offense. All local speed regulations are abolished, except In parks. Fines for violating tbe speed limits go Into niuulc Ipal treasuries and all other fines into the State Treasury. A Splendid Record. Tbe following is a list of pensions and increases wbicb Hon. X. P. Wheeler bas been uotified were granted to the 28th District of Pennsylvania during tbe Six tieth Congress, ending March 4th, 1909: Number. 240 212 139 49 36 County. Mercer Venango Warren Elk Forest Amount Carried. :i,6!i3 00 2,921 00 2,081 00 670 00 503 00 Total monthly payments, ff,75l 00 In addition to the above, there were $7,857.00 back pay allowed. Sounds Very Fishy. One of the rumors that is periodically set afloat concerning some establishment or corporation has been circulating for a couple of days and It ia to Ibe effect that there is soon to be a notable change In tbe runniug of railroads. It is stated tbat the Pennsylvania's lease of tbe W.N. Y.A P railroad system expires June 1 and that tbe Penney is going to throw op its hold ings. It is further reported tbat tbe Nickle Plate railroad company intends taking over tbe Chautauqua division from Oil City to Buffalo. Tbe story originates from railroad men wbo olaim tbat tbe matter bas been settled between tbe corporations and that the change will aurely be made. Ttere probably ia no foundation for tbe report, but If it should prove true, it will make quite a difference in business affairs. Tbe Adams Express company would be put out of busiuesson tbat division and tbe National Express company would gain a foothold. It scarcely seems possible tbat the P. R. R. would throw up a lease of tbls kind and allow an opposition company to take it over, even If tbe property did not pay large dividends. Tbe story ia given for wbat it Is worth and It may be true, but tblB is doubtful. Warren Mirror. In this connection tbe Tituaville Herald of Monday prints a rather lengthy story to tbe effect tbat the New York Central railroad has secured control of the old W. N. Y. x P. road, wbicb it bas leased "Irom tbe Pennsylvania Railroad com panv." Had the Herald said tbat tbe lease of the P. R. R. of the W. N. Y. A P, bad expired and that the N. Y. Central had secured the same tbe story would look more plausible, but to say that the "Pennsy" bad leased Its most direct and almost only route into Buffalo to its most aggressive competitor, sounds ratber fisby to one with aversge common sense, Tbe story lacks tbe elements of good bus iness sagacity, and no one will attribute any such lack to tbe P. R. R. manage ment. In matters of railroad manage ment or policy tbe general public is uot usually well informed, tbe railroads sel dom taking tbe publio into their confi dence. Hence It is always the part of wisdom for tbe general public to wait and see. Thai's wbat tbe g. p. bas al ways to do anyway. The Late John Casey. Funeral services in memory of tbe late John Casey of West Hickory, brief men tion of whose death was made In tbe Republican of last eek, were held at St. John's church of Tidloute at 9 o'clock Thursday morning, the Rev. A. H. Wierabinski officiating, and tbe following relatives acting as pall-bearers: James Connelley, T. J. Connelley, Thomas More, E. Hennessey, H. O'Hara and H. Paterson. The interment took place in St. John's cemetery, and though tbe weather was inclement, mauy frieods be sides ibe relatives braved the storm to follow the remains of one who lived and died in Christ, and whose memory will ever be pleasant to those who knew and loved him. The floral offerings were numerous and very beautiful and in cluded many emblematio tributes. Tbe loose flowers were banked in fragrant lovliness everywhere in tbe rooms be loved best. Mr. Casey was a man of sterling qual ities, a kind and affectionate father and husband, a good neighbor, a friend to everyone and bearing ill against no one. He was ever faithful in his work. Hon. N. P. Wheeler, In whose employ be bad been for many years, while standing near his bier said to tbe bereaved family and friends, "In all my experience with men, Mr. Casey was an exception, being un equalled in faithfulness, kindness, and tbe fear and love of God." And so it was with all his friends. Young and old, rich and poor alike showed their respect and admiration for tbe beautiful, unselfish life be lived In their midst, and tbe un sullied example of Christian faithfulness which be left to those whom beloved. 8100 BEWAKI), 8104). The readers of this paper will be pleased to lem n that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in nil its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tbe only positive cure known to the medical fra ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken in ternally, acting directly apon the blood and mucous surface of the system, there by destroying the foundation of the dis ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The pro prietors bave so much faith in its cura tive powers tbat they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are theliest. ANOTHER. OV .MANY tt'REM. A child of Harry Fisher, Drake st Ti tus ville, Pa., was completely cured of wetting the bed by Inking "Barosma," which made a strong and healthy child in a short time. Barosma is pleasant to the taste and strengthens the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. ManZan Pile Remedy is put up in a tube with nozzle attached. May be ap plied directly to the affected parts. Guaranteed. Price fioc. Hold by J. R. Morgan. Pleasant Grove. Bernard Norton, of McKean county, is visiting at J. B. CatnpbeU'a for a few weeks and trying bis luck at fishing for trout. Our Wednesday evening prayer meet ing Is well attended and there seems to be a great interest taken by the large crowd In attendance. Some of our farmers, have their oats sowed, while others bave not got their ground plowed yet. J. E. Cossgrove was up to Marlenville, on business last Wednesday. A couple of our anglers for the wily trout were out last Tuesday trying their luck. Tbey caught nineteen trout, and a good wetting. A party of hunters from Clarington, located a fox den one day last week, over 00 Colemau. Tbey took a wagon load of men with shovels and picks to the den and worked two days and one night, and suucoedod in getting one little fox, A small child of Win. Lawhead of Mar lenville, was buried at Greenwood on last Wednesday. Mis Carrie Mclntyre of Golinza ia vis iting David Silvia' family this week, Starr. J. B. Cottle, superintendent of the For est telephone, was setting stakes last week to connect tbe farmers on the back Tlonesta road, which will add eight new subscribers to tbe line, connecting them on at Riser's corners, thence to Tlonesta. This will put those people in touch with tbe surrounding towns. Wm. Eblers was kicked in tbe stomach by one of his horses a few days ago, which bad a tendency to put Will In darkness for a time. He Is now able to resume his work. Tbe last question iu the query box is where are our supervisors these days, wben our public roads need looking after if tbey ever did. Some of our roads bave not been attended to since last July, There bas beon ample time to turn tbe water courses from tbe roads and pick tbe loose stones and it seems tbe add! lional tax if properly applied should give us good roads. Augustus Rhodes, wbo bas been under the doctor's care for several months, ia slowly improving. Geo. Brady is setting poles to be con nected on tbe preseut telephone line run ning from Tlonesta to Starr. With a few more phones added this section will be well supplied. Miss Pearl Clay, who finished a term of eight months of successful work with tbe pupils of Newtown Mills, stopped a few days with friends at Starr on her way to her borne In Butler county. l'orkey. Mrs. Dorothy Spencer returned to her borne in Siyerly, after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bur dick. H. E. Gillespie attended tbe road meet ing at Bluejay, Saturday afternoon. Tbe aid society sewed for Mrs. Earl Downey, t riday. Eight ladies were present. The Mood and rain made it im possible for all to attend wbo bad planned to go. F. A. I.ittlefield was a business visitor In Sheffield Thursday. Our foot bridge was so badly damaged by tbe flood that it will be some time be fore it is repaired. Mrs. Mabel Litllefield and Mrs. Sara Gillespie drove to Lynch Wednesday af ternoon and while there were informed of a widow with six smtll children living there. Her husband died last fall leaving her without any means of support. She receives ten dollars a month from the county and earns from sixty to seventy cents a week in washing, in all a very small amount lor a family of seven to live on. The children's ages range from 18 months to 13 years. Tbey called to see the lady on their return borne and she Informed them that she would be glad to get anything tbe people would give ber. She also said her children were in need of clothing. It seems this is a good chance for people to do aome real home missionary work, Tbe lady's name is Mrs, Johnson, Extensive Monumental Work J. W. Kerr A Son , through their agent, W. G. Rodgers, bave a long list of Monu mental work on band for this section, some of which bas already been com pleted, and all of which will be finished early In tbe season. In the list the follow ing names appear: John R. Osgood, Henry Walter, Mrs. Jas. E. Swab, Tlo nesta cemetery; Leonard Agnew for fam ily to be placed in Tionesta cemetery. John Brecht, Town Line churchyard, Whig Hill; Mrs. Jas. E. Carpenter, Mrs. L. E, Osgood for Mervin family, A, H. Pettlgrew for family, in East Hickory cemetery; Miller Giltlllan for Joshua Campbell, cemetery at Crown; Adam Sibble, Max liascben, Fred Rhodes, cemetery at Starr; Mr. and Mrs. Barnett for work to be set in Lickingville ceme tery; Mrs. Henry rarker, Washington cemetery, Newmansville; Albert Dunkle, Hargan's cemetery; Jas. Cunningham, Joseph Weber, for Tylersburg cemetery, Jacob Schill tor wife and child, Lucinda; David Htakeley, Tylersburg; Mrs. M. II Harriger, for husband, Heolub Hill ceme tery; Win. Sanford, Lickingville; J. Ross narr, Geo. Monger, W. A. Lowman fam ily, Wm. Cunningham family, Marien- vine cemetery. This wnrK Is all In courseof preparation at the firm's plant in Oil City, and will be erected as fast as tbe weather will permit. A postal card request expressing your desires will always meet with a prompt response by Mr. Rodgers, tbe agent of tbis enterprising firm. HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN. If you have pains in tho back. Urinary, Bladder or Kidney trouble and want a certain, pleasant herb relief from Women's Ills, try Mother Gray's "AUSTKAI.IAN-LKAF." It is a rite, rcliulilo regulator, and relieves all Peinalo WeakiHuwK, including Inflammation and ulceration. Mother urays Anatrnllun-l.rHt la aoia oy 1 igiaia or sent by mnil for 60 eta. Sample sent PUKK. Aaareu, me juouer uray von u noy, a. 1. A Guaranteed Cough remedy is Bees Laxative Cough Syrup, for coughs, colds, croup, whooping-cough, hoarse' ness and all bronchial affections. Best for children because it ia quick to relieve and tastes good. Uently laxative. Sold by J. R. Morgan, Wbonplna CoukIi. This Is a more dangerous disease than is generally presumed. It will be a sur prise to many to learn tbat more deaths result irom it than irom scarlet lever Pneumonia often results from it. Cham' berlain's Cough Remedy bas been used in many epidemics of whooping cough, anil always with the best results. Del bert McKelg of Harlan, Iowa, says of It: "My boy took whooping cough wben nine months old. He had it in the win ter. I got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which proved good. I cannot recommend it too highly." For Jale by Dunn A Fulton. Sick headache, constipation and bil iousness are relieved by Rings Little Liver Pills. They eternise the system. Do uot gripe. Price 2So. Sold by J. R. Morgau. Newnmnsvlllc Man Becomes Violent. A Clarion dispatch to the Derrick under date of May 3, says: "A man was brought in a hack irom the vicinity 01 Nowuiansvillo, this county, Saturday forenoon, handcuffed and with hla feet tied, and lodged in jail. Four of his neighbors brought him here, represent ing that he had become violently Insane, and tbat therefore they were Instilled In seizing aud bringing him to this place in irons and with bis feet bound. It is re ported that their representations tbat be was wholly bereft of reason were sus tained by bia actions after being placed behind the bars ana loosened, mat neais placed and broke a pipe fixture, divested himself of his clothing and did other things unquestionably evidential of In sanity, greatly damaging ihe cell in which he was placed, and nearly tearing a bole through a wall thereof, whereupon be was again bound. He ia reported to bave the extraordinary physical strength which sometimes accompanies madness. Several men, It appears, Inund it ex ceedingly diftinult to handcuff and tie mm. The untortuuate man is isaao uep- ler, 53 years of age and has a wife and five children, Tbe county commissioners In tend bavins him taken to the Warren In sane aavlum to-day." Mr. llepler was a former citizen or 1 10 nesta. The cause of bia trouble la at tributed to an accident sustained to one of his eyes several months ago, and tbe ultimate loss or the sight or mat memoer. HIMoMsnrM and ('nstlpHlios. For years I was troubled with bilious ness and constipation, which made lite miserable for me. My appetite failed me, I lost my usual force aud vitality. Pepsin preparatlnna and cathartics only made matters worse. 1 no not know where I should have been today bad I not tried Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Tbe tablets relieve the 111 feel Ing at once, strengthen the digestive functions, purify tbe stomach, liver and blood, helping the syatem to do Its work naturally. Mrs. Rosa Potts, Birming ham, Ala. These tablets are for sale by Dunn A Fulton. See J. J. Landers wben in need of doors, windows, lumber or shingles. Also samples of seven gradea of Paroid rooting. tf Forty Days anil Mahls Of sufforiug from a broken needle in my thumb and hand, to which I applied flax seed poultices for over a week with no benefit. A friend told me tbat San-Cura Ointment would draw It out. I applied it as thick as a poultice. My band waa swollen to twice its natural size. San Cura reduced the Inflammation and pain and drew out the broken needle, over an iucb long. I never felt so thankful. I took the needle to Mr. Thompson, wbo has it with other specimens of wbat nan' Cura baa done. I recommend San-Cura as an absorbent to draw poison and pain from any sutlering being, (man or beast.) 2oo. 500. fl.DO and J2.00. Mrs. J. E. Tarr, 48 North Kerr street, Tituaville, Pa., wife of passenger con ductor on the Pennsylvania railroad. February 8, 1909. Thousands of Transplanted Plants At Cbas. A. Anderson's greenhouse, uear tbe river bridge, Tlonesta, at tbe follow Ing prices: Flowers Asters, Verbenas, Phlox, 25 cents per dozen; Salvia or Scar let Sage, 20 cents to 1 1. 00 per dozen; tar nations aud Pansies, 50 cents per dozen; Cannas and Geraniums, 15 cents each. Vegetable Plants Cabbage, 10 cents per dozen or 75 rents per 100; Tomato, 15 to 00 cents per dozen; Cauliflower, 12 cents per dozen; Mangoes, 10 cents per dozen. Terms cash. Mail orders nlled. tf Tituaville. Pa.. March 31. 1900. For twenty years I suffered with bleed ing snd itching piles, at times waa con fined to tbe bouse for more than a month. Two years ago I began using E. K. Thompson's San-Cura Ointment, and one 50-cent bottle made a firm and permanent cure and bave not been troubled since. I can treely recommend San-Cura to any suffering humanity. I am glad to give tbis testimony and will guarantee a cure If used as directed. I bave bad perfect health for 8 years. rlKV. W. UILHKRT, Nov., 1908. Pleasantvllle, Pa. For a burn or scald apply Chamber lain's Salve. It will allay tbe pain al most instantly and quickly heal tbe in jured parts. For sale by Dunn A Fniton. Two years ago my daughter stepped on a needle, breaking it oft In tbe ball of the root, wbicb swelled up very painfully swelling to the knee. The doctor at Go- wanda lanced tbe loot, but was unable to find ihe needle. The X ray waa applied, and we could see the needle. We then applied San-Cura Ointment, thick as a 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 tbe family, asi.be had suffered a great deal, and every step pained ber. Mbh.Ja.mks Hitchcock, Centreville, Pa, Woods Liver Medicine Is a liver reg ulator which brings quick relief to sick headache, constipation, biliousness and other symptoms of liver disorders. Par ticularly recommended for Jaundice, Chills, Fever, Malaria. The $1 00 size contains -i times as much as the 50o size. Sold by J. R. Morgau. WANTED Large tra:t of cheap land, 6,000 acres or more. Star Realty Company, 328 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. lm Bank Statement No. 6038. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FOREST COUNTY NATION AL BANK AT TIONESTA, in the State of Pennsylvania, at tbe close of business April 28, 1000. RESOURCES : Loans and discounts $380,307 53 uveraraiis, secured ana un secured 69 14 U. S. Bonds to secure circula tion 60,000 00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 2.1S7 31 Bonds, securities, etc., 72,076 89 naiiKing-iiouse, furniture, and fixtures 10,210 76 Other real estate owned ' 4lil 00 Due from National Banks mot reserve agents) 14,387 88 uiie irom approved reserve agents 101,811 23 Checks and other cash items 201 31 Notes of other National Banks.... 2.3E0 00 fractional naner currency. nickels, and cents 651 09 .Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Spccio $21,919 70 Legal tender notes. 9,000 00 30,919 70 Redemption fund with U. B. Treas'r(5perct. of circulation) 2,500 00 $A8G,284 80 LIABILITIES: Capital stock paid in 50,000 00 Surplus fund 90,000 00 undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 9,183 84 National bank notes outstand ing 50,000 00 Dividends unpaid 16 00 Individual deposits subject to chock 117,300 00 Time certificates of deposit. 303,694 06 $080,284 80 State of Pennsylvania, County or Forest, s: 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 me this 1st day of May, 1909. C. M. Arnrr, Notary Publio. Correct Attest: G. W. Robinson, Wm. Smearbavoh, J. T. Dale, Directors. Where Do f Your Socks ! Wear Out? Is it at the toe or heel ? X If so, you need the new I r marl a uri llUOtl IliUUC VT -villi tilW TOE -HEEL WtO.U.S.PAT. OFT. The peculiar construe- f tion of this Hosiery makes t it a wonder lor wear. Don't fail to try a pair. All colors. Remarkably Durable. 25c. ; G. W. ROBINSON & SON l Monarch Clothing1 Co. GREAT SALE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING. Men's Suits. $20 to (25 Men's Suits now $14 50 50 to 820 Men's Suits now 13 50 12 98 to 16 50 Men's Suits now 10 U8 10 i)8 to 12 98 Men's Suits now 9.98 9.98 to 10 48 Men's Suits now 8 98 8 98 Men's Suits dow 6 98 0 98 Men's Suits now 4 98 We have gone carefully over our entire line of new spring suits which include all the new shades of greeu, London smokes, fancy browos, nobby blues, blacks, etc, aod without re serve oner tbe entire line ol bign grade men's suits at prices as above quoted. Boys' Suits. Sale of boys' suits at $1 98, 2 98, 3 98 and 4 98. FREE! Fit EE ! Base ball and bat free with boys' suits this week. Women's Jackets. 150 nobby covert jackets worth $5 and $6, on one table to be sold At $2.98 MONAECH CLOTHING CO., Near Derrick Office, Oil City, Pa. Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing accounts have been filed In my oltlce and will be presented at the next term of Court, beginulng on tbe Tbird Monday of May, 1909, for confirmation ! First and final account of Adam Emert and William Cropp, Sr., Executors of the last will and testament of Adam Emert, late of Tionesta township, Forest county, Pa., deceased. J. C. GEIST, Clerk of Orphans' Court, Tionesta, Pa., April 10, 1009. TllIAL LIST. List of causes set down for trial In the Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, commencing on the Third Monday of May, 1909: 1. 1'. 1). Collins et al. vs. L. 8. Clough et al. No. ft, September term, 1905, Summons in ejectment. 2. Citizens National Bank va. John R, Osgood et al. No 26, May term, 1907. Summons in assumpsit. 3. Lilly Hlllard vs. W. J. Mobney. No, 26, September term, 1908, Appeal from J. P. 4. Frank B. Rohbins, Llbellant vs. Harriet Rohbins, Respondent, No, 19, May term, 1JX8. Divorce. 5. O. H. Fulmer vs. O. N. White, (J, W. Fulmer. No. 9, November term, 1908. Sheriff's Interpleader. 7. William E. Pattison etal. vs. Nan cy Shields et al. No, 10, September term, 1908. Summons in assumpsit. 7. Lansnn Bros. ys. (i. L. Ackerman. No. 81, February term, 1909, Summons in assumpsit. 8. Matilda J. Hindman vs. E. N. Decker. No. 4(1, September term, 1908. Summons In trespass. Attest, J. C. GEIST, Prothonotary. Tioneuta, Pa., April 19, 1909. Electric Oil. Guaranteed for Rheumatism, Sprains, Sore Feet, Pains. Vo. At all dealer Fishing Tackle. We know you are just waiting for s favorable opportunity to take "a day off from the regular grind" to go out and "whip" your favorite trout stream. Before starting on this ex cursion let ub furnish you with tbe tackle to make the trip both pleasant aud profitable. We have a fine new stock of Rods, Keels, Lines, Flies, Hooks, Ac. Everything ueodful lor river fUhiog, also, and all at the lowest prices. Garden Tools. Garden making time is right upou you and do doubt you find many of your garden tools have seen their best days. When you want to replace litem remember that we are headquar.ers for everything iu this line, Spades, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Weeders, in great variety and at right prices. See our La wo Mowers before you purchase a new one. Poultry Netting. If you waut to save your owu or your neighbor's garden and want to keep that same neighbor's good will aud frioodship, it's about time to shut up those troublesome chickens. We bave Poultry Netting of all meshes and widths, Barb Wire, Wire Fenciug, and everything with which to put it up. Come and see us before buying anything iu the line of Hardware. We can save you money. J. C. Scowdon, Girls' Dresses. Salesman's sample lines. We bought 40 dozen from a manufactur er. All are in different styles. These are smartly made Wash Dresses in pretty checks, plaids aod stripes, high aod low necks, worth $1. Cut price sale 49a Smartly made Wash Dresses in percales, chambrays and Hydegrade materials. Very tastefully trimmed; fur ages 6 to 14 Very wide skirt and deep hems. Pretty patterns that sold at $1 25 and 1 50. Same linene styles that said at 1 98. Cut prices at 98o Women's New Jackets. Pretty styles Women's or Misses' chiffon covert in fancy stripes; also Black Panama and Broadcloth Jack ets. Tailored with straps and but tons llaudsome models. Worth $7 60. Cut prices at $4 98 Women's Suits. Cut Prices. Smartlv tailored Women's or Fadclothes, Extreme clothes are a freak. Fadclothes stop short of freakishoess. They run to broad, daring designs Styles That Sparkle With Newness, Novelty aod dash yet they never overstep the inflexible boundary of good taste. That's why Fadclothes are popular. THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST.. OIL CITY. PA. Tionesta, Pa. h Misses' Suits in high-class models exactly as cuts shown in our ads. Fioe salio striped cloth or French serge or chitT.m Panama iu plain or silk striped effects, come in old rose, lavender, green, navy, wisteria, black or brown. The coats are strikingly pretty with best quality linings. Uo matchable at $20. Special at $12 98 Smartly Tailored Suits for Women or Misses in a large variety of fine herringbone worsted, chiffon Panama or French serge. Handsome models in plain or striped effects. All the new spring shades. Well lined with satin and plain or trimmed effects. Tbe skirts are beautifully tailored having buttons down center 'and sro plain or trimmed with self material in straps and tabs. Elegant $16 60 suits. Cut prices at $8 98 $30 Suits at $16.50. We offer the choice of all of our handsome tailored 1909 models of New Spring Suits. Just about sixty suits left and selling on an average 01' ten of these suits each day. Choice of all our $22, $25 aod $20 50 or $18 suits. Every one worth $30. Value guaranteed and free alterations. Cut prices at $16.50 Women's Oxfords. Our New Eclipse Ties Meet with great admiration from every woman that sees them. Tbe models are entirely new. The new desigu is not only handsome, but it pre vents slipping at the heel as well, and assures a perfect fit. Suedes and Craven ette in all Colors, $4.00. JOE LEVI, Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, OIL CITY, VA.