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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, . lOITOB 4 PSOPBHTOB. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2tt, 1000 wosSKfTEHBER I90 M SUHHOHiTUeWEDJHUFRI L5W m mm i ?. 8T9 10 1 1 17118 2221242 Maj burg. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Brown and Job Moore apent a few days In Clarion last week. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Steele attended the chicken supper given at Kelleltville Saturday evening. Ralph Klepfer and Beulah Falls spent Sunday visiting friends in Warren. A daughter was born to Mr, and Mrs Leslie Drshner, Sunday, Sept. 20. J. O. Richards returned Thursday from a business trip to West Virginia. Erma Donnelly has been very ill the past week. Helen Paul spent Sunday and Monday at her home at Newtown. Miss Carrie Pale left Monday for a few weeks' visit with her mother. Clilford Babbcame up from Nebraska and spent Sunday at his home here. KTATK. Justice of the Supreme Court, HOHERT VON MOSCHZISKER, of Philadelphia. Auditor General, A. E. SISSON, of Erie. State Treasurer, JEREMIAH A. STOBER, of Lancaster. tWNTY. Associate Judge, SAMUEL AUL, Jenks Twp. District Attorney, M. A. CARRINGEH, Tionssta Boro. Coroner, It? publican Ticket. Against Lengthening .School Honrs. The following appeared in a recent issue of the Grit, and Is written by the principal of the Kelleltville high school: 'Eor longer school hours," is the sub ject of the article that won second prize in l.rit's issue of Sept. 5. This contribution Is the first of its character that I ever saw 'n print, and I sincerely hope It may be the last. If the legislation suggested by the writer, viz , that school hours be in creased from six to eight hours a day, and the number of school days from five days to six days a week, were to become reality, I want to be an oculist, physlulan, or an undertaker. Being a teacher in the publio schools for a period of 20 years, I think I sin well qualified to testify, and when I say that the legislation desired by the writer would be most harmful to the 20,(100,000 children attending school in the United States, I Know I shall receive the unqual ified endorsement of 0U per ceut. ofall the teachers, parents snd physicians In the whole country, Brain work la more fatiguing than physlcial labor. The average boy will shirk school and compromise with an In dulgent parent by doing double the amount of physical labor at home that be would do on other occasions. The work of the pupils Is a constant strain fir three hours morning and afternoon, except a short iuterval of 15 minutes each session. In that time there minds are taxed to the utmost capacity. Where in the universe would you find a congregation that would sit for three hours in the morning and then three hours in the afternoon listen ing to the most instructive minister or lecturer, without suffering from fatigue? One hour suftlceth most of us on the Lord's day. I am afraid our boys and girlscsn teach us all lessons In endurance aud patience, To compare the child of 10 or 12 with the average worker on the farm, the mill and factory, is odions and rediculousi No humane father or brother would as legislation that would send children out into the world stunted in growth, prema turely, and physically uuable to bear the burden of life. Such is the product of the average factory. If the writer of the article In question believes the hours of the toilers on the farm, the mill aud in the factory are too long, I can't see bow bis proposed legislation will benefit him. Two wrongs cannot make a right. It may be the writer believes in the saying: "Misery loves company." If so, spare the children from such an awful sacrifice. Pennsylvania, J. L. Simmons, Ahk your taxes paid? If not don't put it off, fur next Saturday, Oct. 2d, is the limit. You cnn't vote if you neglect to psy your tsxes. Thosk airship fellows bless 'em they do not waste any great amount of time squabbling among themselves. So dii ferent from our explorers. Now tdat there is to be a battleship Arkansas, people might as well get used to pronouncing it as though the last syl lable were spelled with a "saw." Reviewing the record of Ibe first six months of the Taft administration Mr, Bryan will probably make the reluctant admission that he himself oould'nt have run things much better. inn nign prices wnicn aviators are commanding these daya are such as chauffeurs were commanding not so very long ago, relatively speaking. Demand exceeds supply at present, but in spite of the dangers, supply will equal or exceed demand ere long. EmitT American warships are going out and stretch their muscles in the vicinity of Honolulu, Yokohama, Hong Kong snd Manila. Let us hasten to add positively that there will not be war with Japan for nine reasons, the first of which is that the Japanese are not lunatics. Thb voice of the people of Pennsyl vania, as sounded through the platform of the party of the great majority of our people, rings out clear and strong for the maintenance of the protective tar ill' principle. The old Keystone State baa never wavered in its allegiance to the policy that has fostered Auiericen wage earners to a condition which excites the envy of working people the world over, McConoellsburg Republican. Of R democratic friends are becoming agitated in spots over their State ticket this year. Inasmuch as the part they will play in the election next November will be largely perfunctory, their sporadio protests against the Republican nominees will not cut much figure in the outcome. The little club of malcontents who call themselves "the decent, self-respecting voters ot Pennsylvania" will be pained as usual with the action of their fellow citizens in November. Harrisburg Tele graph. Republican State Candidates Here. Tionesta had a visitation from the Re publican candidates for State Treasurer aud Auditor Geueral, respectively Hon. J. A. Stober and Senator A. E. Sisson, on Mouday night. They were accompanied by Speaker John F. Cox of Allegheny, and Capt. J. F. Austin of Corry, and the distinguished party was metalthestation by Hon. C. A. Randall and a delegation of citizens and escorted to the Central Hotel, where an Informal reception was bold till late in the evening, and during which a great many people from all sec tions of the county met aud shook bauds with them, it being the first day of court week and many from out-of-town being present. The callers were very favorably impressed with the candidates, who are men of integrity and ability and who are most popular where they are best known There seems to be nothing in the present campaign to arouse more than the ordi nary party opposition, and so it Is reason able to suppose that they will be elected by the nsual large majorities. The party left on the 7:53 train north yesterday mornirg to continue their journey through the state. Senator Penrose, in his speech at Al toona Thursday night said: "Pennsylvania Republicans have noth ing to apologize for la this campaigu our treasury is iree iroin uetil ana our Auditor General's department has shown a wonderful vigilance in the collection of this money which comes from a tax on corporations. There is not a citizen who pays one cent fur the maintenance of the Htate government. The appropriations lor charity are many times more than any other statn. In luo long history of Pennsylvania under Republican admin istration the state has never lost a dollar by malfeasance or neglect of any of its fiscal officers. "Our candidate for State Treasurer has had long service in the legislature and good business training. He is one of the great army of men who offered bis life in the preservation of the navy. I am told that he is the most popular individual in Lancaster, the third Kepublicau County of the State. He is a lilting representative to uphold the high standard of honesty and excellence of the tieasury depart ment. In Senator Sisson we have a man whose legal training and long service in the senate makes him an Ideal incumbout of the Auditor (ieneial'sotlice." Kfllcttrillc PEARY'S STATEMENT Will Charge That Cook Cannot Pro duce Shoes, Sledges and Other Equipment. It has been learned at Portland, Me., from a source close to Com mander Peary that the commander justifies his action of refusing to al low Dr. Cook's instruments or records on board the homeward bound steamer Roosevelt on the theory that he had been aware for some time of Cook's intention to claim the discovery of the North Pole, and that Peary, therefore, would sanction nothing to aid this pro ject. Peary's forthcoming statement con cerning Cook, It waj also learned, will charge that the Brooklyn explorer can not produce shoos, sledges or other equipment which will show the wear and tear that conies from travel over the Arctic Ice. This Is the first Inti mation of any specific evidence that the commander will produce, although he has said from time to time that he has evidence enough to discredit Dr. Cook. It seems evident that Peary Is de sirous of issuing his statement In the near future, especially since the ar rival of Harry Whitney at Indian Har bor. While he declared that Whitney has no part in the controversy Com mander Peary has nevertheless re ceived messages concerning Whitney's progress. He has, however, made no attempt to communicate with Whitney and says that Ik- will make none. The Pelican. The pelican Is n t nn attractive bird. He offends both the eye nnd the nose, lint ho Is commcmlnMy regular In bis hnblts. The parent birds catch fish nnd nfter eating their fill deposit the others in their pouches under their bills nnd carry them to their young. These pouches will hold from three to eight pounds of fish. They arc elastic nnd when distended to their utmost nearly touch tho ground. When empty, the pouch lies close up under the big bll! nnd Is tin-rely a mass of wrinkles. It Is this pouch that gives the iMdii.-mi his characteristic and disagreeable odor, caused by particles of decaying fish. The pelican's legs are short and strong, and Its feet have large webs. It Is not , a fast swimmer or a rapid filer, but It Is practically tireless in both air und water. On land it Is awkward and un wieldy. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few vears was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, 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, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufoctured by F. J. Cheney & i ., luitniu, umn, is me only constitu tional cure on tho market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoontul. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They otler one hundred dollars for' any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars aud tes timonials. . J.CHKNKYA Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 7:K Haifa Family Pills are the best. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flynn, of New mansville, visited relatives and friends In town over Sunday. V. S. Mealy and family, 8eott Mealy nd Mrs. Geo. Porter were called to Ty lersburg Monday by the illness of their brother, John Mealy. Mrs. J, F. Stillman and children Mabel and Ray, of Elkins, W. Va., are visiting relatives In this vicinity. Mrs. Jas. Welsh, of llalltown, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. A. Babeock, Sunday. Carroll Berlin spent Sunday with hla grandparents, Mr, and Mrs A. Weller, ol Starr. Several of the ladies of our town drove to Newmansvillo, Thursday where they spent the day visiting at the home of II. Lucart, Hen fried Hendrickson, of Mayburg, was in town oyer Sunday. Dr. C. Y. Detar and wife speut Tuesday in Warren. Mrs. S. E. West, who bad been ooufiued in the hospital at that place the past week, returned home with them We are glad to state that Mrs. West is iui proving. R. W. Whltehlll, of Truemana, was the guest of A. L. Weller, Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, of Beaver Valley visited their daughter, Mra. Burr Hunter, Sunday. Dorothy Sliunk, of Muzotte, was In town Saturday. Mra. Ella Wilson aud Mrs. R. J. Mont' gomery were Warren visitors Monday Tena uendel, of Roes Run, visited her sister, Mrs. B. F. Wioans, a few daya last week. A number of our citizens are attending court at Tionesta as jurors Miss Lydia Spangler, of Buffalo, N. Y. is the guest of her brother, A. J. Spangler. ANOTIIKR C0KRE8P0NPKNT On Friday the Ireigbt train was wrecked to the extent of the derailing ol three cars of lumber at Truemans. The train was hauliug twenty cars of mixed freight, when a car about the center of the train became derailed and caused two more cars to leave the rails. The accident oc curred on a sharp curvo of the road where the train crew could not see the derailed cars and the track was badly torn up, there being more tban a score of ties com pletely severed by the momentum of the cars. Two of the cars were telescoped. the trucks being removed from the cars, One car was completely emptied by tbe Bhock, while a second one was partly un loaded, both cars containing short lum ber. Tbe passenger service was but very little crippled owing to the fact tbat a transfer service was immediately put Into operation and by 2 a. in. Saturday mo aeons uad been removed to such an extent thst service was again restored on schedule time. Tbe social held in Andrews' ball, Sat urday evening, for tbe benefit of tbe Catholic church, was a grand success financially, the proceeds amounting to about $58. Tbe members in charge of tbe social feel very grateful to the citizens who so liberally responded to the call for aid. We doubt whether there is a town the size of Kelleltville in this end of tbe state which responds so liberally upon every occasion as does our town and we can feel justly proud of our liberality. Considerable interest is being mani fested in the log skidder which baa just arrived and is to be put to use at Hast ings. There are several car loads of the machinery and when set up it will likely test tbe weak spots along tbe railroad. The entire outfit is composed of iron and steel and the platform covers a width of eleven feet. This will be on trucks only eighteen Inches from tbe rails. Tbe ma chine ia fully guaranteed to draw any thing with two ends. The concrete sweat pit at tbe tannery has been completed and is a valuable im provement over the old one tbat had been made entirely of lumber and was in con tinuous service since tbe erection of the tannery several years ago. Progress on the dry kiln is being pushed as rapidly aa possible but it will be some time yet before even the con crete work will be completed. Just how valuable an improvement this will be to the company one can scarcely Imagine, owing to the fact tbat hemlock lumber ia the only article to dry, and at the ready demand for this material one could scarcely imagine that tbe cost of a plant like this would be a practical saving on freight rates enough to overcome the cost of the building. F. W. Morrison and son of Warren were business visitors in town, Thurs day. Tbey drove down in their auto and returned in tbe evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Orcutt returned Friday from a ten daya visit in Olean and vicinity. Mrs. J. C. Miller returned home Fri day after visiting relatives at West Hick ory and Sykesville for tbe past ten days. The farmers have completed tbolr threshing this year and while some are boasting ol their crops others are silent. W. A. Kribbs likely can say tbat be can be listed as one of tbe successful grain raisers. The yield on bis farm is, wheat 2J9 bushels, buckwheat 120 bushels, and oats 1021 bushels, making a total for the three kinds of cereals of 1413 bushels. O. L. Johnson was called to Ridgway on Monday to consult about matters of business with the Elk Tanning Co. D. E. Keesey and fam ily are visiting at Putneyville for a few days. Mrs.S. E. West, who returned from the hospital at Warren last week, where she underwent a slight operation, is not gaining very rapidly, but it Is hoped she may soon get stronger. Archie Lease attended tbe Clarion lair last week. The merry-go-round pwjplo were also at the fair. A. L. Weller has purchaaod horse for John Pratlier. W. A. Kribba iiiU-iidsetitDring the rm:nn at Dayton, Pa., linn wk, with King Burdo. Mrs. E. A. Babeock has returned from an extended visit with relatives at Blais dell, N. Y. Itoro School Report. TIONKSTA SCHOOL FIRST MONTH. M t) 8 ' a 9 a 2 3 r 2 5 2 I o 3 2 I ii boom. r g5 eg o O g g O D r ? i ' o No. 1 28 27 08 20 No. 2 Stl 8A IW 24 ' . No. 8 112 HI 00 28 ' No. 4 81 211 08 20 , , No. 5 Stl 87 00 22 Total 108 ISO 1)8 109 J PRKSKNT KNTIRK T1MK. Room No. 1. Blanche Pease, Teacher Harold Amsler, Harold Bigouy, Hugh Canfleld, Vlnoent Dechant, Harold Ellis, John Fleming, DeForest Wbilten, Ran dall Hepler, Leo Shir a, Evony Reed, Edward Reed, Florence Potter, Dorothy Sandrock, Orpha Whltlen, Helen Weln gard, Grace Zuver, Helen Mong, Uena vieve Mong, Barbara McCoy, Grace Felt. Room No, 2. Katharine Osgood, Teach' er. Agnes Morrison, Dora Hensbaw, Martha Brown, Corinne Wyman, Viola Sibble, Neta Baumgardner, Elizabeth Bowman, Leona Dickrager, Mary Hen ahaw, Carrie Wiles, May Lusher, Joseph ine Sauner, Lester Weaver, Guy Baum gardner, Floyd Sandrock, Robert Ellis, Gerald Fleming, Harry Hepler, Shelton Davis, Joseph Landers, Harold Slgwortb, Arthur Lanson, Rudolph Cropp, Omar Dickrager. Room No. 8. June Herman, Teacher. -Kva Bromley, Ethel Cropp, Cbarlea Daniels, Nellie Emert. Genavleve Grove, Olive Hensbaw, Acie Hepler, Irene Mor rison, Sal va tore Venture), Elsie Wolcott, Beulah Amder, Margaret Bowman Claude Bromley, Chester Cropp, Aubrey Felt, Joe Glassner, Anna Mary Huling, Gilbert Klllmer, Flora Banner, James Shira, Walter Slgworth, Glenn Wolcott. Fred Zuver. Room No. 4.-C. F. Felt, Teacher. John Thomson, Warren Stewart, Robert Sigworth, Arthur Zuver, Kenneth II let, Arthur Morrison, Glenn Hepler, Linas Ledebur, Arnold Henry, Gladys Baumgardner, Mildred Thomson, Lillia Weaver, Alma Emert, Ruth Foreman, Edith Arner, Laura Bromley, Bessie Hepler, Marjorle Carson, Vivian Killer, Esther Jamieaon. Room No. 5. Francis W. Gill, Princi pal, O. L. Moore, Assistant. Margaret Blum, Hazel Clark, Fern Dunn, Clara Head, Janet Jamieson, May Lanson, Beulah Ledebur, Marie Mealy, Grace Monroe, Glenna Weaver, Bess Sigworth, Cyril Daniels, Kepler Davis, Delbert Decker, Cbarlea Flick, Parker Flick, Clare Huling, Paul Huling, Glenn Lede bur, Lowell Mouroe, Thomas Rltchey, forest V ockroth. Restful, Refreshing Sleep, Cannot be enjoyed under the hard, close-packed, old style, so called Com forts that press down upon one like a layer of boards, Buy the I Maish Cotton Down Comforts, Light, fleecy, warm. Beau tiful designs and moderate prices. All Wool Blankets. Full size, good weight, in a variety of pleasing de signs. 3.90 per pair. See our window. Vi Remember that this store is tlin riirM nlnco In stnn when VOU re looking for anything in the general lino of HARDWARE We foel sure we can satisfy you nil save you good money on most anything iu our Hoe. Drop iu aud eeo us anyway. No trouble to show you the poods. Will you want a uew Wagon or UuRgyT You know what our reputation has been in this line always aud only the best. Aud we stand behind this every minute. Blauksmilhing and General Repair work ou short oolico. Do Yoi Fish? If eo, lot us show you a Hue lot of fishing tacklo. reels, hooks, lines, patent minnows, etc. The bass are ning to bite now and you are missing some great sport do uot take advantage of it. Poles, you The Best Padnts. Be sure you consult us before you Fall. We have the John Lucas & Co. Prepared Paints. None bolter made. Also Oils, Varnish, Stains, Turpoutine and White Lead. order your paint this and the Billings Cbapin G. W. ROBINSON & SON Our Clothes Should be J. C. Scowdcn, - Tionesta, Pa. mmwimm mmmmm Monarch Clothing Co. Your Clothes. Men's & Boys' Clothing long eyes Hottclville Briefs. Roy Braden and bia sister Gladys of Cooksburg attended church here last Sabbath. stome or our young ladies uad a very pleasant time one evening last week at horseback riding on Mr. Fulton's ponies. Mrs. J. is, Csmpbell and ber two daughters have gone to Westfleld, New York, to pick grapes for the season. Herman Slaugbenbaupt and Charley Coon of Clarington attended church here last Sabbath. Iioys, the next time you go eooning be careltil that your came don't take von through any one's garden again, as It is hard on tbe cabbage. 1 to tier t Black a three daughters and Mrs. G. K. Braden went to New York state last week to pick grapes. Burt Einiuger of Dubring visited bis sister, Mrs. 8. W. Fitzgerald, Monday evening. C. Moore and f rank Cassatt went up to Aura camp, near Loleta, Monday, W . H. Mclntyre of Gollnsa was a vis itor here Wednesday evening. Rev. Geo. W. Shaffer of Pittaburg is visiting frieuds here for a few days. iw. tiewoody or Golinza was In town a few minutes Friday evening. He came over after bis daughter, Nellie, who la teaching our school. Thomas and Robert Knigbt of Cooks burg, and Jesse Work of Redely Pie, were business visitors In our town Friday. J. E. Cossgrove was at Leeper, on bus iness, Saturday, We have been io business a time and we have kept our open. e bave tried and tested about everything there is id tbe war of meD s and young men's clothing, and we nave drawn many profitable lea sons and conclusions. iiere is one ot them: ibe man who has from $10 to $25 to iuvest io a suit or overcoat, will find better styles, finer fabrics, longer wear iu a word more value in Stein Bloch Clothes loan io any other. Why not make use of our knowledge? Jieiser ties await your picking. The young man of today wants good snapnv clothmir. Ha want ih newest things out and he wants it to look good, wear good and made good, lie wants it at a moderate price, loo: the extravagant voting man don't limit at these things, he seoi the high price ou the suit and takes it; the latter young man is not a self made man, be works for the storekeeper who event ually grows rich on his duplicity and his clothes never look as imnd as tlm self made man who wauls tbe best clothes for the least money. We cater to men who want good clothes 't moderate prices. High prices for fiue clothes are a thing of the past and we are the store who inaugurated the era of pop ular prices in this section. Do not be misled by bich prices: every store i anxious for hnsim.aa and knows what the young man wants; while hiah rent and bich ideas make high prices they do Dot make the clothing any higher in quality. You will get the right price from us and the hundreds ol young men buying suits from us daily will tell ynu the same story. iNew loung .Men bints, now read. New Hats for Fall, now ready. New Fall Children's Suits, now ready. New Boys' Fall Clotlus, New Sweaters, New Caps, Now Hosiery. New Fall Everything. One very low cash price. THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST.. OIL CITY. PA. MONARCH NEAR DERRICK OFFICE, CLOTHING CO. OIL CITY, PA. Nettleton SHOES! Pennsylvania Railroad f LO"W-T?, A TTn TJlTnTT-R.QTn-NT TO Styles a little smarter than you'll ordinarily find. Sunday, October 3, 1909 SPECIAL TRAIN Many people, says an exchange seem to deem the "girl of to-day" of noacoount compared with tbe girl ofourgrandmolb- ers' time That is a mistake. The girl of to-day is a bustler. She does the clerk ing, tbe type-writing, the bookkeeping, the school teaching of tbe country. She Is crowding the boy off the earth because he is too indolent, too busy drinking beer, playing pool and fishing to keep step with her. tn America women are not only do ing the house keeping better tban it was ever done before, but half the other work. oub suiues m me coileues. makes nn three-rourths of tbe graduating classes In the high schools, does most of tbe church work, conducts literary clubs, beautifies parka, roots for the home baseball club and leads in the procession In all moral social and literary functions, visits the Blca and dispenses charity. Besides all this, sue finds lime to listen to tbe love- making of some weak man who needs trA t. ... i - . , n. . .. no iu ns org oi nim. v e leu you mat a modei n girl ia BtrenuouM She Is a dandy, trumpl Not faddy treme, but the proper smartness. or ex- with just degree of Kate to Warren Kate to Olean or and return. Bradford and return ?1.H0 g.;VI 1.00 l.flO l.oo i.fio ltK) 1 fid 1.00 1 60 .75 1.25 t t Price, $5.50 and $6.00 Train Leaves, Tltusville 7.4o a. m. Kouseville 8.05 " Oil City 8.25 " Tionesta 0.02 " Hickory w.13 Tldloute 9.2!l " Olean Ar. 12.10 Noon Bradford Ar. 12.10 ' km uhiMnu, Hpeelal Train will leave Olean 8.0(1 p. m., Bradford 8.00 l. ui., TTHrrnn iu.uu p. 111. In consideration of the reduced fare at which TICK K I S are sold, they will he accepted for passage UOINU and KKTUKNINO only on NI'KCIAL TKAIN on day of Excursion as advertised above. Bauiiaue will not lie checked. Children between Five and Twelve years of Age, Half Fares .I.R.WOOD. ui.-n w niivn Passenger Tralllo Manager General Passenger Agent .tttttt..M....4. J" f - I f TTIIIIH I TTTTTTTTTTVTTTtttt d UJi. LEVI, Pennsylvania Railroad f Cor. Center. Kania and S,... X T SPECIAL AUTUMN Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, EXCURSION Oil, CITY, IA. Very rial Low One Colonist Kales Mt kel Plate Koatl, To points West, Northwest and South west. Tickets on sale daily September 1 .tn to October 15th, Inclusive. Special arrangements for stop-overs and side- iripa. Mee Agent or write J. C. Melon- backer, D. P. A., Erie, Pa. 33-7t Hxi'Ciitor'N Notice. a driving VANTED--Sua:Kss Ma.ia.ink wants an energetic and responsible man or wo man iu Tionesta to collect lor renewals and solicit new subscriptions during full or spare time. Experience unnecessary. Any one can Btart among friends aud acquaintances and build up a paying and peruianeut business without capital. Complete outft and instructions free, Address, "VON," Success Magazine, Kooui 10:1 Success Magazine Buildiug, New York City, N. Y. 1 lilt'irs Testamentary on tlm ostuia .f A iiranarii Ninpn, late ol Jenks Township, "Kuiiiv, i a.. ueceaseu. navimr iin K'i'iimi u ine unuersiKneil. all persons """"'"'i wi nsiii estate are nerehv nmiiinii to make payment without delay, and those iiaviiiK clsims or demands will pre sent them, duly authenticated, for settle ment. L. A. Hhii-k. Executor MftrlnnvillA Pa KlT'.'H ky A Cahhinokk, Attorneys. Adinliilatrator'M Notice. Letters of Administration d. b. n. o. t. a. on the estate ol Mariotta Shlpe, late of johks lownsnip, forest County, Pa., deceased, having been granted to the un dersigned, all persona Indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make pay ment without delay, and those having claims or demands will present them, duly authenticated, for settlement, L, A. Hmi'E, Administrator, Marienville, Pa. Ritchev & Carhinoer, Attorneys. CHICAGO SLEEPING 11 It (FKO.II Oil, CITY) Leave Oil CItv. dailv excent Sun day, 6:20 p. m., Eastern Time, arrive Chicago 7:30 a. m., connecting for all westorn poiuts. ueturning leave ClilcaKo 10:30 p. 4 111., Central Time, daily except Sat- i J nrday, arrive Oil City 2:35 p. ui., T Lake Shore's station in Chicago best located of anv line. In the heart of business district. For Information address W. S. McCuen, Agent, Oil City, Pa. iLake Shore! c, t Washington, D. Friday, October 8,-1909 ROUND $11.00 TRIP From Tionesta. PKOPOKTIONATE KATES KKOM OTHEK POINTS Tickets will be good going on regular trains on date named aud to return within ten days, including date ol excursion. RETURNING, tickets will be good to stop-off at BALTIMORE or PHILA DELPHIA, affording an opportunity to visit ATLANTIC CITY. For tickets and additional information apply to Ticket Ageuts. & Michigan Southern Ry. 0-1-nt J. R. WOOD Passenger Tralllo Manager OEO. W. BOYD General Passenger Agent Executor Notice. Letters Testainentarv on the estate of H. S. Canfleld. late of Tionesta Borouirli. Forest County, Pa., deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, all per sons Indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make payment without delav. and those having claims or demands will present them, duly authenticated, for settlement. Mrs. Katr Andkrson, Executrix, Tionesta. Pa. A. C. Brown, Attorney. (its-IS Cntlc. Cholpra and I'mrrllot'S Kenicflv. Never fails. Uuy it uuw. It may save Inc. Chamberlain's Sealed Proposal. The Commissioners of Forest County will receive Sealed Proposals until 2:00 o'clock p. in., October f, liinil, for I lie erecti in of a Twenty-Three foot Bridge in Harnett rowuship. Plans may be seen it t lie Commissioners' Olllce. The Commissioners reserve the riuhtto reject any or all old". - W. H. llARIUSON. J. M. .tlKNIIEI., H. H. McCl.KM.AN, Commissioners of Forest County, Attest-S. M. IIknrv, Clerk. Tionesta, Pa., Sept. 7, 1009. PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER. Electric Oil. Guaranteed for Rheumatism, Sprains, Nor Feet, Pains, .to. At all dealers Kefiairs Hollers, Tanks, Agitators, and Nolls Necond Rollers Etc. Stills, Kiiys 1 liand Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End of Suspeiisiou Bridge Third ward, OIE CIT1, PA.