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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK. KOITOH 4 POFaiITOB. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1909 Republican Ticket. KTATK. Justice of (lie Supreme Court, KOBEUT VON MOSCIIZISKEK, of Philadelphia. Auditor General, A. E. SISSON, of Erie. State Treasurer, JKHEMIAU A. S TOBKR, of Lancaster. t'OINTV. Associate Judge, SAMUEL AUL, Jenks IV p. District Attorney, M. A. CAKRINOER, Tionesta Boro. Coroner, Thk right of the Legislature to prohibit the wearing of a religious garb by teach era in public schools was upheld by the Superior Court last Thursday. President JuuVe Rice in an opinion reversed the decision of the Lancaster court In sustain ing a demurrer to an indictment against the board of school directors of Mount Joy township. Thk interstate commerce commission has rejected the contention that in charg ing a passenger with uo baggage, the same rate of fare as is charged another carrying 150 pounds, railways are unfair ly discriminating nuder tte law. The matter was brought up to the com mission by a concern employing salesmen who must carry an excess amount of baggage, who claimed that the excess charge could be greatly reduced if all baggage, personal as well as merchandise, were charged for. Thk Bchool code bill which was passed by the last legislature and was vetoed by Governor Stuart, contained provision that any school teacher who contracted to teaoli for one district and then went to another because an increase of salary was offered, should be barred fiom teaching anywhere in the State during the re mainder of that school year. Such an amendment to the school laws is needed in tbe opinion of the Punxy Spirit, as the code of bouor among teachers in this re gard appears to Ue very lax. This Auditor General has refused to put bis official O. K. cn any bills of Associate Judges in the Commonwealth, in which mileage charges were made. This notice is fiual, be says, and unless It is declared illegal, alter a court actlou, it will stand in the future In Pennsylvania. This was learned for the first time in tbe State when Associate Judge E. D. Yeager, of Roaring Creek, Columbia county, sent in his bill for attendance at the last term or court. It was returned with the item of f2.70 stricken out, aud notice that in the future no Associate Judge would be al lowed pay for mileage. Thk appointment by Governor Stuart of Hon. Jas. '. Moore of Butler, Pa., to becbiofoflhe newly created legislative relerence bureau, is one that will reflect credit upon the administration of the Governor, and bring the highest talent to the bureau, which will deal with the form and tbe constitutionality of bills intro duced in the legislature. Mr. Moore has served his county several terms in the legislature, and has for several years, asa clerk or that body, been the chief parlia mentarian of tbe House. In bis new capacity Jim will "make good," and in common with his host of friends through out the State we're glad the iob went Into such capable hands. The aquatic sports of all countries con stitute no small proportion of tbelr out door amusements, particularly during the warmer seasons. In addition to tbe more common forms of boating and swimming practiced by even barbarous tribes tbe diversified water sports pecul iar to various lands exhibit man's love for the water, and perhaps bis desire to master it. It is worthy or note that those nations among which swimming, if prac ticed at all, is merely regarded asa means to prevent loss of life, and In which boats are not utilized beyond the domains of commerce and warfare, compare ud favor ably in point of power and progress with the more atheltio countries in which Bwimming and boating has attained high degree of perfection, From Au gust Physical Culture. Ouu friend, the A I toon a Tribune, mild ly reproves in us the "spirit of luxury" which is creeping into newspaper offices and is exemplified by our occupancy of first-rate new o races and in a book-case with a glass front. The Tribune Bays Editor Smith, of the Punxsutawney Spirit, is also getting demoralized and is building him a new office where the po sies w II I ornamen t tbe desk and tbe books will all show up in a nice row behind glass doors. The Tribune ought to be glad that this "enervating loveol luxury which, in Editor Smith's case, be ascribes to life in Congress, is spreading The time when an editor was known by tbe four-dollar suit be wore when dressed up and by the paste sticking to bis cuQs and the ink on his fingers is passing away The dawn of a new era, when the editor xball be able to own his own bouse and lot, have a new hat every winter and new Biiit of clothea every fall, spqrt a real office with the rubbish not more than eight inches deep on the floor and the dust kept out by a painted wooden parti tion, is almost here. We are getting aristocratic in the matter of olllce accoin modations, we own without a blush, and we are able to sport a book-case because most of our subscribers not only love u but pay iu advance and recommend the paper to their neighbors and to new-corn ers in the neighborhood. We have a vase for all the bouquets (lung at us because tbe advertisers in this section know good space when they see U and frequently take double space because they rind it so prolitable. We are right here with the oRice, and no political otlice ever looks as good to us as this one we have, with flow ers on tbe desk, books in a book-case and now and then a little pile of greenbacks under a paper-weight. Franklin News. KcIleltTillc Caroline Greer of Venus was tbe gueat of Clara Jenkins a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sutton and child ren returned from TionesU Friday where they had been to attend tbe luneral of Mr. Sutton's father. James Holmes of Meadviile Is the gueat of his uncle, F. J. Henderson. Emma Arner ofTlonosta is vlsltlngher brother Lewis. Kathleen Daubenspeck, and Nelle Detar are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Jack Llvermore, at Crown, Mrs. H, H. Watson ofTlonesta was tbe guest of Mrs. M. Andrews over Sunday, Dorothy Shunk, who has been stay log with Grandma Dotterrer, returned to her home at Whig Hill, Friday. Mrs. Jas. Hulings of Tlouesta Is visit ing Mrs. Mary Tobey. Mrs. Ella and Mary Arnold Of Oil City were called here last week on account of tbe serious illness of Nicholas Arnold Mr. Arnold la Improving quite rapidly. Mrs, W. W. Rribbs and daughter, Av onelle, left Monday for Ursina, Pa. They intend visiting relatives for week after which they will be Joined by Mr. Kribbs, Tbey will then start for tbe west. Tboy will attend tbe exposition at Seattle, Wash., also visit several of tbe other western states before returning. Mrs. J. C. Miller is visiting friends at Corry. Mrs. Fanny LaMont, who has been very ill for several days, is slowly im proving. Wayne Smith of Sbeiield is tbe guest or bis aunt, Mrs Lewis Arner. Miss Anua Baplie of Grand Valley is the guest of ber sister, Mrs. Geo. Kline stiver. The eoclsl given by tbe Junior League was very successful, although the, weath er was very iucleuient there was quite large crowd In attendance. The proceeda were about thirty dollars. Cbas. Hun" bad his root badly hurt while working on the runway Thursday. He is a member of our ball team and will be unable to play with the tenra for sev eral weeks. Win. Silzle is visiting relatives at Ve nus and Fertigs. Fred Fallerand family of Turtle Creek were the guests of V. J. Detar Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carbaugb visited relatives at Trunkeyville Sunday. Pleasant (J rote. Tbe rain which came here Thursday evening was a very welcome visitor, as it much needed. Tbe ground was very dry and growing crops seemed to be on a stand still. Several people of oar towu attended the funeral of Rev. J. R. Miller at Scotch Hill, Thursday. Tbe party or pleasure seekers from here who went to Vowlnckel last Thursday evening got a good wetting before tbelr return home. Rev. Burt Brewster preached very interesting sermon at the F. M. church last Sunday. We siw the smiling face of our old frieud James Fitzgerald orCooksburg on our streets Saturday. He has been work ing on a gas line in Elk county and came home to put up his bay. Miss Lizzie Barton or Greenwood was a guest of Mrs. C. W. Moore, Saturday evening. Harry Hottel lias returned from Elk county, where be was employed on a gas ine. Mr. Daly, of Marienville, agent for the Thomas Mfg. Co., was delivering goods our town Saturday, Among them were two ladies' gold watches for acouple of our young gentlemen. Charley Moore's Jersey cow strayed away from home a few days ago and be found ber in Marienville, but she was nus a good bell and strap when found. Clyde Gadley of Marienville is har vesting for C. Moore. Mayburg. A crowd of ball playera from Hickory earing Corydon, Kinzua, Tionesta and Hickory uniforms, played the Mayburg ball team here Saturday, July 21th. Tbe game resulted in tbe visiting team win ing by two scores, 9 to 7. Harry Mathews, who has been very sick, is able to be about town again. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Richards and son Ralph returned home from a two weeks' stay in Cambridge Springs, Pa. Mrs. Chas. Netf and Mrs. Welsh and son, of St. Marys, Pa., are visiting at Geo. Zuber's for a few days, Wm. Richards left Monday uiorning for Mt, Clemens, Mich., for an indefinite stay. Miss Rurtsch of West Virginia is visit' ing Elda Fitzgerald. Will Nichols and family of Corry, Pa., spent the past week with relatives in town. The Misses Horner, or Truemans, Pa., are visiting tbelr sister, Mrs, b. J Kranking, for a few days. Porkey. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Rupert, July 21st. Telford Bowes of Kellettville is visiting friends in town for a few days. Tbe ladies of Porkey held picnic at the mouth or Logan, Thursday, All re port a very fine day'a outing. Tbe mer ry-go-round waa the main sport or the day and all took a ride from the oldest to tbe youngest. Some of the older ladies had the misfortune to fall oft but no one was hurt. All returned home in the evening very tired but pleased. A number of the young people attended the ball at Stover's hotel, Friday evening, Thk United States has overdrawn its bank account. That's what we shall all have lo do when this tariff bill becomes a law. Democratic Vindicator. Surely not if they leave a good stiff tariff on oil. Kb, Brother? i'hnmbrrlnln'N Chollc, ( holi-ra and lllnr- rlmen Itrmrily the brut nsil Nnrr.l. "It affords me pleasure to state that I consider the reparation known as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy the best and smestof good results of any I have ever used in my family," says P. E. Ilerrington, ofMount Aerial, Ky. This is the universal verdict of all who use this remedy. Its cures are so prompt and effectual that people take pleasure in recommending it. For sale by Dunn A Fulton. Five Day Excursion to Niagara Falls, $1.75 via Mtkel Plate Road. 26th Annual Special leaves Erie 3:00 m., August 10th. Write for booklet con taining all information, Mr. J. C. Mel- enbacker. D. P. A.. Erie, Pa. 09-26 3t The Redwood. Ob, great Redwood, I question thee And anxiously await my reply. How many years has it been, big tree. Since tby bead was pointed to the sky? Did any man know thy conception Or view thee, a tender shoot put forth? Could his vivid imagination Picture thy marvelous power of growth? What great effort was by thee put forth To expand the trunk and rear thy bead Or strike deep tbe root to bear thy growth Aud on what, 1 pray tbee, bast thou fed? Who gave tbe strength to resist tbe gale And still point like a dart, towards tbe sky? Great tree in your answer do not fail That in detail shall be tby roply. THK TURK'S RBPLY. Listen, while my answer I'm giving. By counting my years of growth you'll see That the oldest thing on earth, living, Is even now standing before thee. It will doubtless help you to comprehend When the marvelous truth I unfold, That when Christ walked here among men I was more than a thousand years old. Yes, O Questioner, "It baa been mine To see the Cliff Dwellers come and go, Lived while Earth's season of sunshine Was three thousand times changed to anow. Have seen new islands rise In the aea While some noted ones bad to go, And new mountains rear high o'er me By stress ol uplifting volcano." You ask if man foretold that my age Would become a marvel of the land To be pondered on by every sage As in vain I try to comprehend. No, if in that day there be a man He could but class me with other tree For why think, in trying to understand, What the Creator alone oould foresee. For myself, I spin not, neither loll, Hut supinely in His bands I lie. Unseen by me, growth was In tbe soil. When mv roots strike deep, I ask not why?' How I stand erect to face a gale In its giant might from off tbe see, I ran only ay, I must prevail, For prevailing strength was given me. Thus In me you view the finished works Of obedience to Nature a plan. In mv creation no weakness lurks. Yet my strength I cannot understand, I onl v know ii'a the nowerof God Who stretcheth forth Hisoreativehand, When, lo, a weak twig uplifts tbe sod, Where behold the giant Redwood stands. h. m. n., cobby, fa, As a remedy for the attacks ol the house fly and the motquito tbe depart meut of agriculture recommends a mix lure of oil of cedar, oil of oitronelle and oil of camnhor. placed upon a rag and laid across the face. An exchange speak ing from experience, says that the smell of the preventive is worse than tbe bite or tbe Insect, and It asserts that there Is really nothing better than the old house hold remedy, "Swat 'em." Wherever the "swat 'em'' remedy la successfully applied a recurrent attack by the same insect Is effectually barred. ( What a different world this would be if only all ol ua would cultivate the grace or good nature! It is tbe best Ionia for nervous d isorders, the su rest preservative of home happiness and tbe most effective remedy for tbe divorce disease now un happily prevalent. Ue who has learned how to take even the most disagreeable things and grievous disappointments good naturedly may never be a million aire, but be will be what Is much better, both happy and a source of happiness, and the atmosphere be carries with him will be like a bit or sunshine In the mam moth caye. An enthusiastio Baltimore editor writes: There is no need of telling tbe sirls how to enloy the summer time. It is their own season. If a man is so blind that be cannot see tbe charms of tbe sum mer girl he doesn't deserve a fascinating ife. He deserves to worry along through life as a lonely old bachelor and have bis estate absorbed by an asylum for orphan pups. For she Is a vision of beauty and a dream ol delight. From the bow in ber hair down lo tbe fetching slippers that cover her little feel, from ber glowing cheeks to ber parasol, from ber peek-a-boo waist to her irresistible manner she Is the central figure of tbe landscape, the joy of the nation, tbe catch of tbe season the summer girl. When people buy an article of food, whether it is coffee, butter, canned goods, or anything else, tbey want the real thing nd not an imitation, and tbey also want full weight, says an exobange. It waa to secure all this to the public, and In the In terest of health also, that the pure food law was passed. Therefore the attempt now being made by powerful interests to break down this law so as to be able to revert to the old system of dishonesty should be Btrenuously opposed. In tbia connection it should not be forgotten that undor that system some ol tbe mail order bouses reaped a rich harvest and cut into the trade of tbe home merchants by send ing their customers Inferior and adulter ated goods of short weight, and it is roa sonable to expect the same concerns will be at their old tricks if the pure food law is found unconstitutional. To secure a good night's sleep in hot weather pour cold water into a hot-water bag until It is about half full. Screw the top partly on, then with one band squeeze tbe upper part of the bag until all tbe air has been excluded; tighten the top, and soft, pliable pillow will result. Wrap this in a towel or slip the bag inside pillow-case, and lay your head so that it will be at tbe back of the neck. In a few moments tbe most delicious, cooling sen sation will pervade your body, and sleep will quickly follow. When I first tried this, my friends prophesied cold, pneu monia and rheumatism; but I consulted two physicians, who assured me that there was not tbe slightest danger; the heat from the body will soon heat tbe water in tbe bag, and In tbe morning you will be surprised to rind that you bave passed a comfortable night. The Ladies' World lor August. Hun's Thlsl We oiler One Hundred Dollars Re' ward for any caso of Catarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall s l 'alarm euro. r . J. Chunky it Co.. Props., 'loledo.i), We. the iiiiilersiicneil. have known F.J, Cheney for the lasi !" years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all liiiMinex transactions anil niiaiiciaiiy anin 10 carry out any obligations made liy llieir nrni. V est E 1 raux, wnoiesaie uriigjfisis, io ledo, U., Wamuno, Kinnan A, Marvin, wholesale druiruists. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. acting directly upon the blood and mu- cous suriaces ol ine system, rrice i.ic per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Test! monials free. Haifa Family Fills are the best. Twrnly-Flve Cenls Is the 1'rlre of Pear, The terrible itching and smarting, Incl dent to certain skin diseases, is almost Instantly allayed by applying Chamber lain s salve, price, 2S cents, for sa by Dunn A Fulton. The Confcrrncc, "This Ih n grove tnuttor,' begun the undprtnkpr. 'Consequently tvo wnut more light lump thrown upon II." renin rked the mnntifaotmvr. "I hope our views will till be in luir- niony with the wrnsion, put in un pin no maker. "No pli drenms, ndinonlslied the phi in I hm. "I hope whiitovcr Is mi hi mum will take It 111." Mild the doctor. "Thon we'll nil lie good nntunnl nnd not nsk cross questions," supplemented the lawyer. Hut It wns the reiiintk of the bilker which broke up the meeting. "Whnt I wniit to know, frst of nil," he deelnrod, "Is who Is expected to sup ply tlio donghr Rnltlniore American. Lusty. Shopkeeper Is there anything else I enn Bond you, sir? What would you sny to n piece of this cheese? Custom erI wouldn't enre to sny anything to It. It might nnswer mo back. Snapped It Out. "Dear, am I the only womnn you bave over loved?" "Yes, or ever will." And it nuiRt hnre been the way he said It that mnde her nind. H.r Littl. 8llp. Deporting Ouest We've hnd a lim ply delightful time! ITostesa I'm 80 glad. At the snme time I regret that the storm kept all our liest people away. Brooklyn Life. The latest Invention to hang In the family dining room ia the "gum board." It is a neat little circular board, plain or decorated, fastened to tbe wall. Tbe name of each of tbe family is painted on the circumference and marks tbe spot where the gnm Is left until wanted. Thla saves carrying tbe gum to bed or getting it in one'a hair or swallowing it In the nlahl. It Is obvious that the gum board supplies a long felt want, and be who In veuted the new fad will bave the best wishes of tbe young ladles, Ex. rraprr Trealmral for llywntrry mm War. rhaea. The great mortality trom dyaentery nd diarrhoea Is due to a lack of proper treatment at the Drat stages of tbedisease, Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy is a reliable and effectual medicine, and when given lo reasonable time will prevent any dangerous oonse quencee. Unas ueen in use lor many veers ana nas always mei who unvary ing success. For sale by Dunn A Fulton, Low Rates Salt Lake City. Utah, via Mtkel Plate Road. U. A. R. National Encampment. Tickets August 6, 6, 7 and 8. Good 30 days. Stop over allowed. Write J. C, Melen backer, D. P. A ., Erie, Pa. 09 28-2t CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Mothers wbo ralua their own comfort and tha welfare of their children, should Mnr be without a box of Mother dray's Sweet Powders for Children, or use i nroii;noui ue lewon. lacy vrraa np toins, Cure Fererihni, CoiutlpaUon, TeeUiinir Die orders, Headache and Stomn a Trouble. HIKMB POWDKKS NEVER FAIL, Sold by all Drug Store, tte. Ikitt t un-rntanvmMmir. A trial Mcku will be sent HKKEtoany mother who will address Allen S. Olmtlcu, Le Hoy, R.t. Notice to Contractors. Bids will be received by the Commis sioners of Forest County for the erection of two abutments for bridge across Manle Creek, on road leading from North Pine Grove to old Kedclyne, in Barnett Town ship, Forest County, Bids to he opened on the 17th dsy or August, 1909. Plans and specifications can be seen at the otlice of the County Commissioners. Tbe Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. W. It. HARRISON, J. M. ZtTKlkDKL, II. II. McClbllak, Commissioners of Forest County Attest-S. M. Hknbt, Clerk. Tionesta, Pa July 20, 1909. Unbusinesslike but Wonderfully Effective A young man who never could save any money opened a checking account. His account was small the balance usually very meagre. He was determined to bring his balance up to $250.00. This is what he did. Every time he drew a check for an amount in which cents appeared he deducted a full dollar, for example : A check for $3. 64 was charged off as $4.00. The accumulated balance was never touched, but kept on growing. In exactly 14 months it amounted to the desired $250.00. Are you a chronic spender? This might help you. We will do our part if you open even the smallest account in this strong bank. Capital and Surplus $680,000.00 Total Assets over $3,000,000.00 FrauldmSrusfr (fompantj FRAN KLIN. FA. CHICHESTER S PILLS W THK UIAMONO HHANI. A rrt.t. Aikrnr'MI.I'irKfl.TrR DIAMOND IIIIAN1I PIM.K. fuf SO years known u Best. Safest. Always Kcllatl. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE I .dlral Aak j.ar Dranlrt In. . I hl-rk-tr'. Ifl.aa.ad Tlr..dV I'lIU In 11,4 in.i U.Jil n.rulllAV Ihm, M.IH with lilu. KIIJk).. V T.Le no th.r. IlHv.fT.p " . Irit.t. Aik fnt Ml. IfKH-TrB a Straov HqlIs Reduced One-Fourth. Wxlk Over Oxfords $4.00 grades now $3.45 $3.50 grades now $2.95 G. W. ROBINSON & SON By the day or contract to Lumbrr Co.'s, Viler Fo.'i, Quarries Co.'s, Railroad Co.'n and Contractors in Crnrral, No charge to the employer nor to the employees. Logging. 11. It. (i9 rati Ing and Wood Labor a Specialty. Communicate at once: Win. IK Cassonc, Contractor for all kinds of excavation. Labor agent for several leading corporations, ALLKXTOWX, 1V. Laborers bandied: Americans, Austrians and Italians, No colored help. CHICAGO BLEEPING l ilt (FROM Oil. CITY) Leave Oil City, daily except Sun- day, 6:20 p. m., Eastern Time, arrive T Chicago 7:30 a. m., connecting for X all western points. Returning leave Chicago 10:30 p. m., Central Time, daily except (Sat urday, arrive Oil City 2:35 p, in., Eastern Time. Lake Shore's station In Chicago best located of any line, In the heart of business district. For information address W, 8. McCuen, Agent, Oil City, Pa. fLake Shore! & Michigan Southern Ry. 7-H-3t J. L. Hcpler LIVERY Stables. fine carriages for all occasions, with first class equipment. He can fit you out at any time for either pleasure or business trip, am) always at reasonable rates. Prompt service and courteous treatment. Come and see us. Two Stables, Rear of Hotel Weaver and Bridge Street, TIOlsTEST-A., PA. Telephone No. 20. PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER, Repairs Rollers, Stills, Tanks, Agitators. Buys and Sells Second - hand Boilers, Etc Wire or Setter orders promptly at tended to. End of Suspension Bridge, Third ward. OIL CIT, 1A. SEALED PROPOSALS. Commonwealth or Pennsylvania, PANIA,) RNT, a, Pa. J HTATB HlUBWAY DKi'ARTMENT, JlAHRlHRUHO Sealed proposals will be received by IneMtate lllicnway Department or l'enn sylyania, under tbe Act approved May 1st, lixi!, for the ounHtruction of 'JU;)5 letit or road, extending trom Bridge street lo Station 14-00 on aaid street, iu Tionesta Borough, in tbe County of Forest. Plans and spRulflcations can be seou at the olllce ortneuotinty uommiRsioners, Tionesta, and at tbe olllce of Hie Stale Highway Department, Harrisburg, Pa. Bidding blanks will be furnished by tbe State H lull way Department upon rem lent Bids must be endorsed "PKOPOSAUS KOR KKOONSTKUCTION OK ROAI IN TIONKSTA BOUOUOH. KOltES COUNTY," and received at the olllce o tbe State Highway Department not later than August il, l!i"!i. Johkph W. Hunter, State Highway t'ommisHioner Executor's Notice. Letters Testamentary on the entate o Mary A. Cleland, late or Harmony Town hIiI i). Foretit County. Pa., deceased, hav Ing been granted to the nnderBigned, all persons indebted to said estate are here tiv notilied to make payment without de lay, and thoxe having claims or demands will present them, duly autnenucatea for settlement. E. E. Fleming. Executor, Tionesta, Pa, KiTCHKT A CARRlNdKR. Attorney. Ol Electrio Oil. Guaranteed for Rheumatism. SprainB, Sore Feet, PainH.Ac. At all dealers Fishing Tackle. We know you are just waiting for a favorable opportunity to take "a day oST from the regular griud" to go out aud "whip" your favorite trout stream. Before starting ou tbia ex cursion let ua furnish vou with the tackle to make the trip both pleasaut and profitable. Ve have a fine new stock of Rods, Keels, Lines, Flies, Hooks, Ao. Everything needful tor river fishing, also, and all at the lowest jirices. Garden Tools. Garden making timo ia right upon you and no doubt you find many of your garden tools have seen their best days. When you want to replace tbcm remember that we are headquarters fur everything iu this line, rjpades, llocs, Uakes, Shovels, Weeders, Ao., in great variety and at right prices. See our Lawn 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 and friendship, it's about time to shut up those troublesome chickens. We bave Poultry Netting of all meshes and widths, Barb Wire, Wire Fencing, and everything with which to put it up. Came and see us before buying anything iu the line of Hardware. We can save you money. J. C. Scowdon, WSHSBmWImW. FbWzW&Wffi Mfmu Monarch Clothing Co. Special Sale Petticoats. II 25 and $1.48 Sateen and Moree l'etticoats, pretty rullle with extra dust ruflle, extra big value. bale at 7!'c Cbambray aud Percale Pettiooats. Come in blue, pink and brown, plaio or fancy stripes, worth voo. bale at o:c Waists. White Lingerie WaUts, handsome ly trimmed with fine Val. lace and embroidery and tucks front and back, regular tl 25, $1 50 and tl.'M Waists. Sale at 7!o White Lace and Black Silk Waists that sell regularly $2 J8, 3 !KS and $4 98, Silk Waists with lace trim ming, rare beauties. Sale at $1 98 MONARCH CLOTHING CO. NEAR DERRICK OFFICE. Pennsylvania Railroad $11.00 FROM TIONESTA Atlantic City CAPE MAY WILDWOOD, SEA ISLE CITY, or OCEAN CITY ANGLESEA, HOLLY BEACH, or AVALON,N.J. August 6, 21, September .3, 1909 Tickets Rood going on trains leaving at 7.5:1 a. m. and 4.10 p. m. on date of excursion to Philadelphia and connecting trains tosearihore points. STOP OVER AT PHILADELPHIA allowed on going trip until day following date of exRurxinn, or within final limit returninir, if ticket Is deposited with Station Ticket Agent. Tickets good lo return withiu fifteen days. Full Information of Ticket Agents. J. K. WOOD, Passonger Tralho Manager. No Reservations. Every man's and young men's suit in our store, blacks, blues and all fan cy mixtures are now being sold at the following cut prices. This is the famous McCuen Com pany ready to wear clotbiog and is sold under a positive guarantee. Your Money's Worth Your Money Illicit. Do not hesitate or delay, the sortraeot is now complete and or as the prices are as low as they will ever be, Is which sold at f 12 00 are now $7 50 " 1H50 " fUH) ' " 15.00 " 11.00 ' 1H.60 " 12110 " 1HIHI " 111 50 ' 20.00 " 15.00 " 22.50 " 10.50 ' " 23.00 ' 20.00 THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST.. OIL CITY. PA. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. -. Tionesta, Pa. This Week. Dress Skirts. Choice of all White, Blue and P it ted Linen Dress Skirts, values $1.48 to $3. Sale at !)8o Lot Black ChilTon Panama J)ress Skirts, very beautilul made and trimmed, newest models, $5 value. Sale at $1.98 Prettv Voile Skirls, worth $6 50 to $9, reeular $5 98 and $7 98 skirls. Sale at $4.98 Women's J ackets Sale oi Womeu's Ling and Short Jackets in blacks and plain or striped or covert. $2 98, $3 98, $4.98 Sale of Women's Linen and Tail ored Suits, Wrappers, Kinionas, Mtis liu Underwear, Ac. OIL CITY, PA. TO GKO. W. BOYD. General PasNenger Agent, i A Great Clear ance Sale of OXFORDS This great shelf-emptying event has become an established feature of our summer business and the thousands who annually look forward to it will be more thau ever delighted with the values and the variety of the offerings at this sale. Men, women, boys and misses aud children will be bouefited by this great outgoing of thousands of pairs of highest grade latest styles oxfords. Iflen'N Oxford. f.i 50 Nettleton'B Oxfords, any style $1 00 4 00 Levi's Special Ox lords ' 2 UO All others reduced in proportion. Womeu's Oxfords. T K) Levi's CuHtom-msde Oxfords f:l HO 4 00 and f:U0 Oxfords, best made 2 !I0 All others reduced in proportion. ItoyM' Oxford. $.1 50 Roys' Oxfordn f fii) 3 00 Hoys' Oxfords 2 .15 Others reduced In proportion, also Girls' Oxfords aud many others. JOE LEVI, Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, OIL CITY, 1A. PINEULES for the Kidneys 30 DAYS' TRIAi. FOR SI.OO.