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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, Editor 4 Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1900 fisbsSlPTEHBER isod mmm Z6ZZ 282930 ICepiiblican Ticket. STATU. Justice of the Supreme Court, ROBERT VON MOSCHZISKER, of Philadelphia. j Auditor General, A. E. SISSON, of Erie. State Treasurer, JKRKMIAB A. STOBKR, of Lancaster. t'OI'NTY. Associate Judge, SAMUEL AUL, Jenks Twp. District Attorney, M. A. CARRINGER, Tionesta Horo. Coroner, If an Englishman can got within 120 miles of the South Pole a Yankee can cer tainly k the whole distance. Even the friends of Dr. Cook must admit that Peary was a mighty good sec oiul. Rut Mr. Peary seems quite averse to playing second fiddle for this polar bear dance. Buttermilk bas taken the place of the highball as a popular beverage In Ten nessee. The principal point in favor of buttermilk Is that it does not inspire the drinker to sing. Gov. Johnson, of Minnesota, died at 3:23 yesterday morning, after a brave fight for life following an operation. In his death the nation loses one of its most distinguished cltlzenB aud statesmen. Dn. Cook bas at least got number of decorations in Europe which nothing Peary can say will take away. But European decorations are now too com mon in America to make it likely that be will be satisfied with these. To votk a straight party ticket and at the same time vote for or against the pro posed constitutional amendment at the coming November election, it will be necessary for the voter to mark bis ballot 12 times. One mark will be required in the square opposite the party name for straight vote for all the candidates of (bit party, and as there are 10 amendments and a schedule, 11 more marks will he necesnary. The voter who undertakes to split his ticket will, of course, bare aa many additional marks as there are state and county offices to be filled. E. II. Harkiman's will by which be disposed of about $100,000,000, was short and to the point. It reads: "I, Edward H. Ilarriman, of Arden, in the State of New York, do make, publish and declare this to be my last will and testament; that is to ssy: I give, devise, and be queath all ot my property, leal and per sonal, of every kind and nature, to my wife, Mary W. Harrlman, to be bers ab solutely and forever; and I do hereby nominate and appoint said Mary W. Harriman to be the executrix of this will." Mrs. Harrlman is the richest wid ow lu America. "Iamb lawyer myself, and admire my profession," said president Tafl In bis recent remarks concerning the law's de lay, "but I must admit that we have bad too many lawyers legislating on legal procedure, and they have been prone to think that litigants were made for the purpose of furnishing business to the courts and lawyers, and not courts and lawyers for the benefit of the people and litigants." It is human nature for a rep resentative to think of bis own profession first in legislative matters, and as a ma jority of the legislators are always law yers, it isn't much wonder the Interests of that profession are carefully looked after, rightly concludes the Punxy Spirit, "If you live until next spring jou are going to witness one of the most magnificent sights the heavens have ever disclosed before your eyeB," says a well known member of the astrouomlcl force of the United States Naval Observatory, This comet comes only once In a lifetime and many persons are born, live and die without ever catching a glimpse of its marvelous dash of fire across the skies, it was last seen in IS.J8 aim few persons now alive can say they ever witnessed it. The astronomical world is now on the watub, and huge refracting and reflecting telescopes are trained upon ths heavens from many points ol the earth in a com mon effort to locate tbe comet, which Is approaching earth at a terrific rate. There Is a friendly rivalry to see which will pick up the comtnet with their mirrors. The editor of the Oil City Blizzard nut shells this whole North l'ole business, so far aa Dr. Cook Is concerned, in this single paragraph: "If the claim of Dr. t rederick A. Cook that he reached the North Pole Is eventually proved to be untrue the man will go down In history as the greatest fakir the world has ever known. Not only that, but he will be the greatest actor that has ever appeared in the world, and in addition, as a colon snl liar be will outrank the venerable Huron Munchausen. So whother the Doctor's story be true or false a pillar in the Hall of rameawaits tils name as the greatest discoverer or the greatest fakir and actor tbe world has ever produced, But as day succeeds day the doubts are being swept away, and in the minds of most people there now remains no more question that he discovered the pole than that Christopher Columbus discovered America." liUWHONiTUEWEDTHUfRIi "TTI2 3 4 .2ll3Wi5T6f7i8 The President's Clarion Call. President William H. Taft. the no ccpted hrnd of the victorious Re publican army, Is making a triumphal Journey from the Atlnrtic to the Pacific and back again, and Is receiv ing the honor and homage due his exalted office from the whole people. A proud, contented nation Is Inspired by his dignified yet wholly demo cratic Fplrtt, and in one harmonious cheer the whole people wish him and his party th-; abundant success so richly merited. President Tuft's opening speech de livered at Boston, at the commence ment of his 13,000-mile trip, outlined his reasons for making it. Ho wants to meet the people fac? to face, to see them and talk with them, thus gaining a more Intimate knowledge of conditions. He wishes to Inform them as to the policies of his admin istration. He finds certain western ers advocating a contest between the Enst and the West for the domination of the country. He deplores all this. He wants peace. He reasons that this Is one great Nation and that It cannot thrive as it should unices there can be unity between the sec tions. He would have the people, for Instance, study the currency question and get, together. He would not have one State fighting against another State over the currency, nor one fac tion tearing at the throat of another faction, but in perfect good order he would have a currency measure agreed upon. Nor would he have the country further aroused over the tariff ques tion. He renllzes that we cannot be at the revision business all of the time, and that for the present the existing bill ought to be allowed to stand. While he does not contem plate another revision of the tariff during his administration, at the same time he proposes to employ the foreign tariff board in making In vestigation upon which a revision may, when demanded, be made. Wlwt the President said at the homo of Representative James A. Tawney, of Minnesota, who has been threatened with defeat because he voted for the Republican tariff bill, left no room to question what the President's position with respect to the tariff Is. Speak ing broadly, the President In that talk stood out in all the strength of his commanding position as the head of the nation, and vouched for the quality of tariff revision with which the Republican party, of which he Is also the head, had redeemed Its cam paign promises. It was a great speech and one not to he misunder stood. The President said: "What I promised was that there should be many decreases and that In some few things increases would be found to be necessary; but that on the whole I conceived that the change of conditions would make the revision necessarily downward and that, I contend, has been the result of the Payne bill. I did not agree, nor did the Republican party agree, that we would reduce rates to such a point as to reduce prices by the Introduction of foreign competition. Thnt 's what the free traders desired, That Is what the revenue tariff re formers desired, but that Is not what the Republican party wished to bring about." There are other great questions that need attention and the President has shown that he Intends to take them up In that greatest of tribunals, the hearts and minds of the people. He has made it plain thus far In his trip that corporate business must be conducted within the law. He has declared anew his belief In organized labor and congratulated the leaders of the movement that "they have set their faces like flint against the doctrines of Socialism." There are to be amendments to the interstate commerce and anti-trust laws If tho President can have his way, but In seeking to force honesty In business affairs he alms at "nothing revolu tionary, nothing disturbing to legiti mate business;" but the laws have got to be obeyed, nevertheless. The President evidently desires It to be understood that this administra tion does not, intend to stretch the Constitution nor break the law in try ing to enforce the law. It will rely upon the law to maintain its policies, and If the law is not strong enough, why, we will make It stronger. In brief, it Is beginning to be under stood that Taft's Ideas are not so greatly at variance with those of Roosevelt, only less excitable methods are to be pursued. In order to commemorate tbe Hudson Fulton celebration at New York, Post master General Hitchcock bas ordered tbe bureau of engraving and printing to Issue 150,000,000 new two-cent stamps, to be ready for sale this month. Tbey will be in tbe usual color, but oblong In shape and having a border containing at tbe top the inscription, "Hudson-Fulton Cen tenary," with tbe dates 1600 and 1900. Tbe design Includes a picture of tbe Pal isades with tbe Half Moon sailing on tbe river. Teaming Outfit For Sale. A complete teaming outfit, the property or August Charleston, consisting of one Heavy norae, names, wagon, sleds, cutter, chains, etc., alt in good condition, is onereu lor sale, inquire ot Henj Charleston, Tionesta, Pa. If w A Tb.U success Magazine wants an energetic and responsible man or wo man In Tionesta to collect lor renewals and solicit new subscriptions during full or Bpare time. Experience unnecessary. Any one can start among friends and acquaintances and build up a paying and peruianeut business without capital. Complete outft and Instructions free, Address, "VON," Success Magazine, Room 103 Success Magazine Building, New York City, N. Y. Low Excursion Rales to Denver. Colo rado Springs and Pueblo, via Nickel Plate Road. October 1, 2, 3, 4 add 5. Good returning Oct. 31. J. C. Melenbacker, D. P. A., Erie, Pa. 42-21 (runululrd More Kye Cured. "For twenty years I suffered from a bad case of granulated sore eves, says Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. "In February, 1H03, a guntlemen asked me to try Chamberlain's Halve, I bought one box and used about two-thirds of it and my eyes have not given me any trouble since." This salve is for sale by Dunn & Fulton. Duhring. Misa Ellen Miller of Straight went to Loleta Wednesday, returning Thursday accompanied by Miss Esther Johnson John Ileigbbarger and Lon Williams of Marienvllle are at present in our town, their former home, and are em ployed on tbe Ellitbropp Job. Tbe log train Is now running on the new road that runs in the woods, with Carl 8 pet a as fireman, Frank Sanford conductor, and Ed Spetz, brakeuian. Arthur Irwin of Straight and Violet Mitchell ot Dubring were Marienvllle visitors Tuesday and also made the family of Charles Anderson, of the Keller farm Frostown, a short visit. Mr. Sathvann of Duhring left Tuesday for Richmond, where be will visit bis daughter, granddaughter and sister. There will be held tonight, Saturday the 18th, surprise party, a farewell, also birthday together, In honor of Mr, and Mrs. F. O. Berg, They intend parti n from u soon. The present will be ana pa in lea cream pitcuer and sugar bowl. Ice cream and cake will be served and tbe entertaiuinent will consist of games and songs. A few children have been borne from school lately on account of vaccination We have learned our new minister' name is Rev. D. J. Fruui. We all wish Rev. Shindltdecker a very happy mar ried life, as we bear he was married tbia week. Mrs. Mitchell of Duhring made Mr. Shindledecker a hoi se shoe of roses etc., lor ine wedding, wulcn was very beautiful. She is an expert with flowers, Carl Spets la again home from Frank tin, where be was once employed, and Is now working on the log train here. Loleta and Drhring played ball Sunday afternoon. The score waa 11 to 1 In favor of Dubring. Some of tbe boys took din ner at Mr. Miller's, Mr. Spetz's, and Mr, Kinney's. Come again, boys. Duhring intends going down Sunday for a return game. Andy Anderson of Kane was in town today looking after business a Hairs. Later-The parly at Duhring Saturday evening was well attended. All reported a fine time. Tbe present was presented and the recipients were much pleased, All ate heartily and went home happy. rorkey. Cbas. Eastwood visited the E. T. Dow ney family Sunday, returning to his home in North Clarendon iu the after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Llttletield and family of Tlona visited the former's par ents, Mr. and Mrs, John Littlefield, tbe past week. Nathan Burdick and Lottie B'.oss of Henry's Mills visited tbe O E. Rupert family over Sunday. Mrs. R. W. Burdick returned to her home at Henry's Mills, after a two weeks' stay with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Sorrell returned to Por key after a two weeks' stay at their home at Pleasantviile. It is reported a man, not a gentleman, whipped his horse terribly while passing through town Saturday. Tbe horse fell exhausted at the lower end of town, there being a large gash cut in tbe horse's side. Some time ago a team that had been driven from Sheffield was tied to a tele phone pole at twelve o'clock and left standing in the hot sun until half past five in the evening. Itseema a humane society In badly needed betfi. It would be better for tbe poor dumb brutes and probably teach tbe drivers that abuse tbeir horses a bit of good co union sense. Tbe sick in town aje improving nicely. The Sabbath school was well attended by the children Sunday morning, but only three adults were present. Where are tbe parents of all those children that they seldom ifever attend Sabbath school Fifty or sixty ladies and gentlemen from Kellettville, Porkey and Sheriff gathered at Ed. Gillespie's Tuesday eve ning last aud enjoyed a corn roast and chicken supper, the supper being served on tbe lawn, where a large table bad been arranged for the occasion. All en joyed themselves to the utmost until Aunt Dinah lost her clay pipe, which waa found later by Abe Weller, who bad bor rowed it to take a smoke and forgotten to return it. All returned home well pleased with theirevenlng'souting. Comeagain, always welcome. llottclrille Briefs. Ilev. Rurt Brewster, and District Elder Zahnizer, of the F. M. church passed through cur town Friday evening on their way to attend the tent meeting at Clarington. Will Hottell was borne with his family over last Sabbath, returning to his work again on Monday, near Kane. Leo Braden and Ralph Croasmun passed through our town Friday on their way borne from the Brookyille lair. We saw the smiling face of our old friend James Fitzgerald on our streets last Friday. Burt Mays, who has been away from here for about a year, returned a few days ago for a short visit. Tommy Knight of Cooksburg was seen on our streets Friday evening. J. B. Maze and bis youngest son, who wore here visiting Mr, M'a mother, re turned to their home uear Kane, Thurs day. Our farmers are busy cutting corn and threshing buckwheat. Cbas. Moore and Guy Leslie are thresh ing buckwheat this week for Jim Coss grove with tbe "Armstrong" machine. Our School Is progressing finely under the management of Miss Nell De woody Glen Kubus bad the misfortune of fall ing off a chair, one day last week, and cutting his head badly. Resolutions of Respect. Whereas, God in His infinite wisdom bas called from our midst our worthy and esteemed brother. Eii Berlin, we humbly bow to His will, knowing that He dneth all things well. Resolved, That in his death Forest Grange has lost a highly respected mem ber, the community a kind and faithful citizen, tbe family a loving husband and father. Resolved, That In token of respect for our deceased brother we drape our charter In mourning lor a period of 30 days; that these resolutions be spread on the min utes ofour order, and a copy sent to tbe bereaved family, W. H. Cropp, J, A. Cropp, J. H. Brady, Committee. Base Ball. TIONESTA 5, YOUNORVILLR 2. The kellettville team cancelled tbe game scheduled to be played here Sat u r day and Tionesta waa fortunate lu get ting ths Youngsville team to fill tbe date, Tbe visitors were a clean and fast bunch of players and with Johnson of SbelHeld In tbe box made ua go the whole route to win. Johnson pitched tine ball. Ola support waa a bit ragged, partlculary at first base, but after all only one of tbe er rors, coupled with a baas on balls, fig. nred in the score. Worley of Polk was the Tionesta pitcher and bis work could not have been Improved upou. He held tbe Youngsville sluggers to two bits In seven Innings and waa finely supported in me eignin tuey scored twice on an error, a passed ball and two singles. They gut dangerous (gain In tbe ninth with two singles but fast fielding out of their chances. Tionesta scored onoe In the second on Worley's single, Shrlver'a out at first ud Henry's corking double. We got three more in the fifth. Henry singled and Weaver forced him out at sec ond. Lawrence drew a base on balls and scored with Weaver when Haslet smashed out a three bagger. Haslet scored on dropped throw to first Our last run came over In tbe aixtb on Worley's single, Shrlver'a tine double and Henry's long fly to middle. Tuore was no kicking from either side and the game was played in record-breaking time, much to the delight of a large crowd. C. F. Felt umpired tbe first three Innings because tbe regular umpire, Philip Blum, was not on tbe grounds when tbe time to play arrived. Tbe score: Y0UNO8VILLH. AB R R PO A B Batoon, 2b 4 0 0 5 2 0 F. Bechenbacb, c 4 0 I 1(1 2 1 Black, m f 4 0 0 2 0 0 Steffen, s 4 0 10 10 McClure, If. 4 0 1 0 0 0 C. Bechenbacb, 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 A. Davis, lb 4 117 0 4 Burns, rf. 4 1 1 0 I 1 Johnaou, p .- it 0 1 0 2 0 34 2 6 24 8 6 TIONESTA. AB R H TO A K Weaver, 8b fi 1112 1 Lawrence, 0 3 1 0 10 3 0 Haslet, 2b 4 112 2 0 Hagerty, lb 4 0 1 7 0 1 Stroll p, mt ......... 4 0 0 0 0 0 Foreman, If 4 0 0 4 0 0 Worley, p 4 2 2 2 1 0 Sbriver.rf 4 0 110 0 U. Henry, s 4 0 2 0 0 1 36 5 8 27 8 3 Youngsville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-2 Tionesta 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 Summary Earned runs, Tionesta 3; base hit. Haslet: 2-base bits. Sbriver. Henry; stolen base. Weaver: base on balls, off Johnson 1, off Worley 1; struck out, by Joboson 11, by Worley 10; left on oases, lnungsvllle 0. Tionesta : douoie plays, Worley and Hagerty, Lawrence aud Haslet; passed ball, Lawrence; first base on errors. Youngsville 3, Tionesta 0. Time, 1:13 Umpires, C. F. Felt and t'bilip Blum. LOST TO FRYBURO. The Tionesta team went to Fryburg last Thursday without a regular pitcher and with rather a weak line-up, losing both games, tbe first by a score of 4 to 1, tbe secoud 7-6. Tbe boys seemed to bsve an off day and made many errors. Tbe morning game went seven innings by agreement. Stroup pitched for Tiouesta and Duffy of Oil City for Fryburg. Hon ors were about even, the hits being seven for each team. In the afternoon Tionesta bad Ted Clark, the junior team pitcher, In the box, and he held Fryburg to seven bits, while Tiouesta gathered 11 bits off Lilly of Oil City and Duffy. Lilly was knocked out of the box In tbe fifth In- ing, when a three base hit, a two base it, a life, a hit batsman and a home run rought In four runs and tied tbe score, Duffy relieved Lilly. Fryburg won in the ninth on a hit aud an error. A tabu lated score of tbe games was not kept. Marburg. Tbe Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray horn died on Wendesday after I most a week of Intense suffering. Mr. and Mrs, Cbas. Card and daughter Crossed, of Sigel, Pa., spent Sunday with Wm. Richards and family. Mary Zuber left Wednesday for St, Marys, Pa., where she baa a position iu one of tbe millinery aotres. Frank Von Tackey aud son of Titus- vllle, Samuel Peterson and A. W. Rich ards ot Warren, came oyer in the form er's auto on a tour of Inspection of tbe Jefferson Gas company's property here Wendesday, being joined here by Wm. Richards, and going thence to Sigel and inspecting the company's property there. W. J, Campbell and family of Tionesta were visiting friends In town Sunday. Viola Horner left this morning for Franklin to be gone an Indefinite time. A number of our ball boys are leaving town, making ball playing almost a thing of tbe past. Chicken stealing baa begun in our to tin again, so everyone is on the look out. Miss Anna Blausser spent Sunday with her parents at Nebraska. Mrs. T.J. Bruce of Titusville was visit ing ber daughter here this week. There Is more Catarrh In this section of tbe country than all other diseases put logemer. ana uniu me last lew years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a oeal diseaso, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly tailing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a con stitutional disease, aud therefore require constitutional treatment. Hail's Catarrh Cure, manufoctured by F. J. Cheney t mi., loiodo, Ulno, is the only constitu tional cure 011 tho market. It is taken miernaiiy in uoses irom iu drops to a teaspoon! ul. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They otter one hundred dollars for any case it tails to cure. Send for circulars and tes timonials. F. J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are tbe best. Very Low One Colonist Rales via Nickel Plate Itoatl, To points West, Northwest and South west, Tickets on sale daily September lAth to October loth, Inclusive. Special arrangements for stop-overs and side trips. See Agent or write J. C. Melen backer, D. P. A., Erie, Pa. 33-7t Administrator' Notice. Letters of Administration d. b. n. o. t. a. on the estate ot Marietta Shipe, late of Jenks Township, Forest County, Pa., deceased, having been granted to tbe un dersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make pay ment without delay, and those bay dj; claims or demands will present them, duly authenticated, for settlement. Li. A. Shipk, Administrator, Marienvllle, Fa. Ritchey fc Carrinqf.r, Attorneys. Dress Goods for Fa.ll. Waist Material). Mercerized, neat contrast ing figures and self stripes, 25o and 50o per yard. Tangier Nilk Cloth. Mercerized, washable, re sembles silk and wears belter, 38o and 45c per yard. Nultings. Mohairs, Serges and Worst ed Goods in fancy weaves Deal, quiet, dressy patterns, 50o, 75c, 85o and f 1 yard. We invite your inspection. G. W. ROBINSON & SON a. CHICAGO SLEEPING I'AK (FIMMI Oil. CITY) Leave Oil City, dally except Sun day, 6:20 p. m., Eastern Time, arrive Chicago 7:30 a. m., connecting for 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 Cbicaro best located of any line, In the heart X of business district. For information address W. 8. McCuen, Agent, Oil City, Pa. iLake Shore I & Michigan Southern Ry. 9-l-fit J. L. Heplcr LIVERY Stables. fine carnages tor ail occasions, with brat class equipment. We can fit you out at any lime for either a pleasure or business trip, and always at reasonable rates. Prompt service and courteous treatmeot. Come aud see us. Two Stable, Hear of Hotel Weaver and Bridge Street, TIONESTA, ZP.A. Telephone JSo. 20. Executor's Notice. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Abraham Shipe. late of Jenks Township, Forest County, Pa., deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make payment without delay, and those having claims or demands will pre sent them, duly authenticated, for settle ment, L. A. Shipk, Executor, Marienvllle, Pa. Ritchey Carrinoer, Attorneys. Sealed Proposal!. The Commissioners of Forest County will receive Soaled Proposals until 2:(K) o'clock p. in., October 5, 1909, for Ihe erection of a Twenty-Three foot Bridge In Barnelt Township. Plans may be seen at the Commissioners' OfUce. The Commissioners reserve the right (o reject any or all bids. W. H. Harrison. J. M. Zukndkl, H. H. McClkllan, Commissioners of Forest County, Attest-8. M. Henry, Clerk. Tionesta, Pa., Sept. 7, 1909. Bank Statement No. 5038. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK THE FOREST COUNTY NATION AL BANK AT TIONESTA, in the State of Pennsylvania, at the close of business September 1, 100!). RESOURCES: Loans and discounts $.188,340 07 Overdrafts, secured and un secured r2 U. S. Bonds to secure circula tion 50,000 00 Premiums on U, S. Bonds 1,587 31 Bonds, securities, no 77,470 22 Banking-house, furniture, and fixtures 10,240 70 Other real estate owned 132 12 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 11,710 18 Due from approved rosorvo agents 110,701 81 Checks and other cash items 4(i(! 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels.and cents 693 66 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Specie $27,009 70 Iegal tender notes . 9,000 00 36,009 70 Redemption fund with U. 8. Treas'r(5perct.of circulation) 2,500 00 701,8,r)2 61 LIABILITIES: Capital stock paid in $50,000 00 Surplus fund 05,000 00 Undivided protiw, less expenses and taxes paid 5,566 19 National bank notes outstand ing 50,000 00 Dividends unpaid 64 00 Individual deposits subject to check '. 147,391 45 Time certificates of deposit 353,K0 97 $701,852 61 state of Pennsylvania, County of Forest, ss: I, A. B. Kelly, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statomont Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief. A. B.KELLY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of September, 1909. C. M. Ahnkr, Notary Public. Correct Attest : T. F. Ritchey, O. W. Kohinson, J. T. Dale, Directors. Remember that this store is tbe right place to stop when you are looking for anything in tbe general line of HARDWARE We foel sure we can satisfy you and save you good mouey on tuoBt anything iu our line. Drop in and aoe us anyway. No trouble to show you the goods. Will you want a ucw Wagon or Kuggy? You know what our reputation has been in this line always aud only the best. And we stand behind this every miuule. BlackBmitbing and General Repair work on short nolico. Do You Fish? If so, let us show you a fine lot of fishing tackle, reels, bonks, linos, patent minnows, etc. The bass are niog to bite now and you are missing some great sport do not take advantage of it. The Best Points. Be sure you consult us beforo you order your paint this Fall. We have tbe John Lucas & Co, and the Billings Cbapio Prepared Paints. None better made. Also Oils, Varnish, Stains, Turpoutine aud White Load. J. C. Scowdcn, Monarch Clothing Co. Boys' Suits act Big Baa-gins. Here is a chance to send your boy to school nrooerlv and ueatlv dressed at a very great saving. School Suits. Regular J3 suits in double breasted styles with straight pants, come in plain or fancy cheviots, cood durable cloth, well made aod worth $3 at 81!9 Bloomer or straight pants suits iu fancy worsted or cheviot cloth for ages 7 to 17, one or two of a kind but all sizes in one or more lots, real nobby suits that soli at 14 and 85 in those high priced stores, at f'2.!KS High grade noe worsteds suits for ages to 17, bloomer pants with plain or belt coal, neat fancy or plain worsteds that show off in class canes at 17.50. Our price $3 )S Knee Pants. Good durable knee pants fr all ages worth 35o at 25o MONARCH CLOTHING CO. NEAR DERRICK OFFICE, Confirmation Notice. Notice ia hereby uiven that tbe follow. lug account baa been tiled in my otllce and will bo presented at tbe next term of Court, bexluuinir on tbe Fourth MoiuIhv of September, 1909, for conarmation : Flint and final account ot C. A. Ran dall, AdmtniHlratornf theeatateof Kllr.a itreeiiHlade, late of Tinneitia KoroiiKU, Foreet County, Pa., decHHd. J. C. UKIST, Clerk of Urphana' Court, Tionesta, Pa., Aunust 80, 1909. TKIAIj list. Lint of causes set down for trlnl In ilia Court of Common Pleas of Forost County, i) .......... , . . . i ciiiinvi mum, commencing on the rourm Monday ol Moptemtier, 1SH)9: 1. I . 1). CollliiH et al. Vs. L. S. Clmich ei ai. sno. o, heptember term, 1905, Summons in ejectment. billy uiuard vs. W. J. Moliney, wo. at, tseptomber term. 1908. Annniil IKIIU O , K , 3. Matilda J. Ulndmnn v.. V. V Decker. No. 4. September term. I1KW. summons in trespass. Attest, J. C.GEIST, , Prothonotary Tionesta, Pa., August 30, 1909. PROCLAMATION. WHKUEAS. The Hon. Win H. Tll.u, President J udge of the Court of Common Ploas and Quarter Sessions in nml f.ir me county ot forest, lias issuml lii nr. copt for holdinjra Court of Common Picas, t"i w nusaiuus oi me 1'eace, urpiians' Court, Oyer and Torminer and General jau Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to the Fourth Monday of September, boma H.a 07,1. r .j . , ' -. .iu .im uv in nepiemoer. iuuv. No nce is inoretore Biven to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peace and Con stables ot sata county, that they be tlion and there iu their proper persons at ten o clock A. M., ot said day with their records, innuisitions. examination an.t other remembrances, to do those tilings which to thoir otlice appertain to be done, and to those whoare bound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or snail De in inejail or forest Con nty, that iney may be then and there to prosecute against tnom as shall be just. Given un- Uor my hand and seal this ;i0th day of 8. K. MAXWKLL, r..s. Sheriff, Xotioc of Annlicallon fur Charier. Notice ia hereby given that an annlina. tion will be made to tbe Court ot Com mon Pleas of Forest County, on the 27th day of September, A. D. llKru, at lOo'clock A. M., under tbe provisions of tbe Corpo ration Act of 1874 and its supplements. for a charter for an intended corporation to be called the "NORTH FORKKT CEMKTKRY ASSOCIATION", the char acter and object of which are the mainte nance of a public cemetery; and for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all tbe rights, benefits and privileges con ferred by the said act and the supple ments thereto. Ritchky ,fc Carrinoer, Solicitors. Hxeciilor'N Xofice. Letters Testamentary on the estate of S. S. Cantield. late of Tionesta lioronirli orest County. Pa . deceased. Imvinu ubou grnniHu iu me unueriignea, all per sons indebted to said estate are hereby notitled to make payment without delay, and those having claims or demands will present them, duly authenticated, for settlement. 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