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Our Advantages are Unsurpassed for Teaching the Best Methods and Placing Students in Good Positions. Students save time and money by attending this school. Enter at any time. Warren Ungues College, C. W. Rmllh, President, Warren, Pa. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NEW ADVKRTIWKiilKNTS. Hopkins. Ad. I, am mors. Ad. Wm. II. James. Ad. Until nann it Son. Ad. L. O. Dawson. Local. Franklin Trust Co. Ad. Nnmrt it Sllberliern. Ad. Bovard'a Pharmacy. Ad. Monarch Clothing V. Ad. Cominisolyners' Land Hale. Penn'a Ry. Ad. and Reader. Executrix Notice. Anna I.. Carlson. Oil market closed at $1.58. Ia your subscription paid? You can get it at Hopkins' store, tf Oil and gas leases, boat form, for bale at this office. tf A. L. Coyle, M. D., eye, ear, nose and throat. Glasses lilted. Levi Building, Oil City. tf For sale, fresh cow and calf. Inquire of L. O. Dawson, on Biggins farm, Stewart Run, Pa. It Lanson A Gordon are building a large addition to the rear of their store which will materially add to the capacity of the same. See J. J. Landers when In need of doors, windows, lumber or shingles. Also samples of seven grades of Paroid roofing. If Don't forget the teichers' iustltute next week, and remember you are cor dially Invited to attend the day sessions as well as the evening. The Busy Bees of Newtown met at the home of Mr. W. O. Blauser Thurs day, Oct, 7th. Aftorthe business meet ingjjfltie luncheon was served. The ladles' aid society or the Presby terian church will hold a market at the home of Mrs. J. B. Muse, Saturday af ternoon, October 16th, at three o'clock. The Republican acknow!edgesbwlth thanks, an Invitation from Proi. Archie R. Hlllard, principal of the high school, to attend the dedication of the new school building at Ford City, Pa., Oct. 15th. At the annual meeting of the Pitts burg conference of the Froe Methodist church, held at East Liverpool, Ohio, last week. Rev. A. D. Zihniser was appointed Elder of the Ureensburg and Uolontown districts. While nothing delinite can be given out at this time there is pretty near a dead certainty that the Clarion A East Brady Electric Railway will be occupy Ing a prominent position in the eye of the public before a very great while. Clarion Democrat. Course tickots for the teachers' in- atitiite are still on Bale at Dunn it Ful tou's store. The institute begins next Monday and In order to get the beat that areloltyou should apply for tickets at once. The evening attrartlona will be of a high order of merit and you will not want to miss them. The editor of the Punxsutawney Spirit wants to kuow It there is any other conceivable thing other than baseball that would have caused such an exodus of people to Pittsburg? What Is thereabout baseball that makes all our people, young and oM, so crazy about i'T Sj far as national iuterest is concerned, everything is subordinate to btioball. National en thusiasm has queer vents, the crusades, witchcraft, wars of conquest, aud such things having taken their turn. Aud . baseball is the least harmful of any. Dr. Herman J. Hoelsche, eye special ist, of Brook vllle, Pa., who expected to be In Tlonesta Monday and Tuesday of this week, was unable to fill the appoint ment, owing to unforseen circumstances, lie expects to be here In the near future, however, and due announcement of time and place will be made, The first real blizzard of the season struck this section yesterday about noon, when the temperature changed from a fairly mild condition to blustering oold In a short time, and It came from the southland In which storms bad been rag ing for two days. The air was filled with snow at Intervals during the afternoon. A Butler county Judge has given an opinion that an unnaturalized foreigner may keep firearms in bis borne for self protection. The decision is the result of some arrests made some time ago, based ou the Act of Assembly that no unnatur alized foreigner should have in bis possession flreaams for bunting purposes. A warning has been Issued by the Treasury Department to be on the look out for two and five-dollar counterfeit bills. The spurious $2 bill Is numbered "D&3570D53A" aud the bad $5 certificate Is stamped " A24I1118B". Cleveland and other nearby cities have been visited by hundreds of the bills and secret service officers are endeavoring to find where they all oome from. Automobllists may fly along at a rate of 24 miles an hour over country roads of the Slate where speed limit notices are not posted, according to a decision made recently in quarter sessions court at Pittsburg, by Judge John C. Haymaker. The Justice held it was the duty of the proper ofllcials to display warnings not to exceed a 12-tnlle rate on built-up sec tions. Failure to post signs was held to exonerate motorists. One year ago the first of this month the P. R. R. had approximately 000 cars standing idle, stored in its yards and on sidings, while this week there was not one out of service and a shortage is re ported on ooal cars. It is said the com pany has tried to borrow cars from other companies, but these have also reported a shortage and only a few cars could be secured. All of which Is pleasing evidence of returning prosperity, Oil City Bliz zard. The annual inspection of Capt. Stow Woman's Relief Corps No. 137 took place at their hall Saturday evening, with the Department President, Mra. Julia Car- rington, of Susquehanna, Pa., as Inspect ing otticer, who complimented the ladies on their work and wished them success and a prosperous new year. There was a good turn out and the meeting was an Interesting and beneficial one. The la dies served lunch after the business of the evening had been disposed of. Among the Important decisions banded down by the Supreme court sit ting in Pittsburg on Monday, was the famous Conneaut Lake case. This case was tried In Meadvllle before Judge Cris well ol Venango county, and involved the ownership of the lake. The Conneaut Lake Ice Co., which claims the owner ship, enjoined Quigley et al from operat ing a yacht on the water. Judge Crls well dscided that the lake was the prop erty of the publio and not the company. This decision Is sustained by the Su preme court. The case has attracted widespread attention. John R. Tallman, aged 82 years, died at bis home In Tidiouto on the 4th Inst. He was born in Erie county, but for the past 50 years had bis residence In Ti- dioute, where be was engaged In various occupations. At one time be was largely engaged in lumbering, when river trans portation was almost exclusively In vogue, and he became one of the well known pilots on the Allegheny, piloting most of bis own lumber to the lower market. Mr. Tallman was well and favorably known to many people In this section, having spent the summer of 1803 In Tlonesta while the water plant was be ing installed here. One son and two daughters survive. Russel Byers, the four-year-old son of Garfield Byers, of Venus, Venango county, was drowned in Porcupine run, five miles distant from his home some time last Sunday afternoon. His body was discovered late in the night by a posse ol men who had been scouring the big woods since 3 o'clock In the afternoon which was about the time the child was missing from home. The distance trav eled by the child between the time of his leaving home until it is supposed be met his death, Indicate that realizing be was lost in the woods, be became panic strick en and ran until exhausted, then stumb ling across the brook fell, and was too weak to get up, losing his life in water of insufficient depth to cover more than half of his body. -The W. C. T. U. held their annual dinner at the County Home, Thursday, Oct. 7th. This being an Ideal autumn day, about forty members of the Union went up to the Home with well filled baskets to give to those less fortunate a day of pleasure and feasting. Mr. and Mra. Hill very graciously welcomed the ladles and assisted in making It a happy day for the inmates. About sixty peo ple sat down to the tables that fairly groaned with the good things the ladies had brought. The out of town guests were, Mr. aud Mrs. F. Wenk of German Hill; Mrs. Gaston of Meadvllle; Mrs. Lyons of Butlor; Mrs. McElhany ol Butler; Mrs. Elmer Patterson of Lees burg, and Mrs. Wesley Zuck. Rey. W. O. Calhoun conducted services in the afternoon and paid a tribute of praise to the lad lea for this work, saying tbey no doubt felt discouraged many times be cause tbey were unable to do more, but this work of carrying sunshine to those who live in the County Home was ol itself a grand work. This work is under the direction of Mrs. Clara C. Carson, Superintendent of Prison and County Home. Horses for Sale. Driving horse, good size, good style, gontle. Not afraid of Autos. $75.00 will buy him. A bargain. Do not need him, Also a four year old, not broken, gentle, nice color, nice style, from driving stock. Will sell cheap. J. U. Bromley, Tionesta Pa. Very Low One Colonist Kales via Nickel Plate Itoatl, To points West, Northwest and South west. Tickets ou sale daily September 15th to October 15th, inclusive. Special arrangements for stop-overs and side trips. See Agent or write J. C. Meleu backer, D. P. A., Erie, Pa. 33-7t PERSONAL. J. G. Richards of Mayburg was a Tlonesta visitor Friday. Mrs. Frank Chevalier of Oil City Is a guest of Mrs. J. F. Proper, John G. Jamleson went to Pittsburg yesterday for a week's visit. J. J. Jones of Endeavor was a busi ness visitor in town Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Brown spent Fri day night with friends in Oil City. Miss Euretla Proper is visiting friends in Cleveland, Ohio, for a week. Wilson King of Starr was a visitor In town Saturday and gave us a pleasant call. Miss Inez Brownell of Warren is visiting Tionesta as the guest of Miss Delva Randall. Mrs. M. L. Thomson and sons Lee and Joseph visited frleuds in Oil City the last of the week. Bey. II. A. Bailey and family went to Emlenton, Monday, for a week's visit with bis parents. Elmer Mealy of the Township weot to Bradford last week to visit his daugh ter, Mrs, J. D. Zeigler. Mrs. H. J. Hopkins and daughter, Miss Florence, of Buffalo, are guests of Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs, Harry L. Weston and son Jay of Bryant, Indiana, are visiting relatives here for a few weeks. Mrs. F. 8. Hunter returned Friday evening from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Daniel Lytle, in Bradford. Mrs. Charles Bonner of Chlnrgo, ar rived Friday for a two week's visit with ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Kelly. Mrs. J. A. Adams is in Philadelphia this week as one of Forest county's dele gates to the W. C. T. U. State convention. Mrs. G. H. Killmer and son Waldo visited the families of ber brothers, A. V. and Edward Dunkle, In Oil City, last week. Editor Pickens of the Express, and candidate Samel Aul, of Marlenville, were circulating among Tionesta friends yesterday. Mrs. S. R. Maxwell and daughter Florence visited the family of Clark Morgan, in Oil City, a few days the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Wyman and daughter Corinne returned borne Friday evening from a two week's visit with friends at Erie. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Kunselman of En doavor were visitors in Tionesta yester day. The Republican is indebted to Mr. K. for a pleasant call while here. -Mrs. G. W. Holeman was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Merton Mealy, in Oil City, over Sunday, and has gone to Pitts burg for a few weeks' visit with her son, Archie. Wm, Hood of Tionesta, and Mrs. J. G. Carson of West Hickory, spent the past week visiting the family of S. T. Hood, In McKeesport, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sbeasley at K ittanning. Rev. F. F. Sboup writes to bave the address of his paper changed to 3333 Beach Ave, Baltimore, Md where the family is located, and where Mr. Sboup will be en gaged in Gospel work for the coming year. Mrs. Louise Shreve spent Sunday in Warren with her brother, Samuel Wolf, and also had the pleasure oi a visit wilb a sister whom she bad not seen in thirty years, and who recently returned from California. Friends of Mrs. Wm. Blum, of Ger man Hill, will be sorry to learn that ber health, which has been greatly impaired for several months past, was no better at last accounts, but all hope for a turn for the better in ber condition. W. J. Campbell, CJ Jamleson, O. W, Holeman, C. F. Weaver, Joseph Weaver and J. T. Dale were in Pittsburg last week and saw the Pittsburg-Detroit ball games. The first five named made the trip In Mr. Campbell's auto. Rey. F. W. Bible delivered two very entertaining lectures on China at En deavor Sunday morning and evening, the latter being illustrated with stereopticon views, Mr. Bible bas Bpont several years in missionary work in China and bas a great fund of information concerning that country making his lectures very Inter esting indeed. Miss Nellie Turner left Monday for Washington, D. C, where she will enter the school of Domestic Science, Arts and Crafts. Mrs. G. F. Bowman aud daughter left Tuesday for a brief visit at Endeavor before going on to Pittsburg to reside. Dr. Bowman bas decided on Shadyside for his new home location. Tidionte News. Misses Gertrude and Mary Louise Ir win leave thl. evening on the 6:50 train on the Lake Shore road for Point Rich mond, Cal. After a visit there with their brother, Arthur, and wife, they will pro ceed to the Hood River valley, Ore., where Franois, another brother, has lo cated, and where they will make their borne. Franklin News, 8th. Mr. and Mrs. G. F, Watson and little grandson, Lewis Eelt, went to Erie in their auto last Friday, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Fred Slocum. On their return trip Saturday they were accompa nied by Mrs. Robert Fulton and Mrs, M. A. Felt, who had spent the week as guests ofMrs. Slocum. Walter Dunham was the chauffeur in charge of the car. Mrs. Fred. R. Klinestiver and Mrs. S. H.Secorof Nebraska started to Phila delphia last week to attend the W. C. T. U. state convention as delegates from the Forest county Union, but the former be came ill and stopped off in Willlamsport to visit ber siBter, the latter going on to the convention. The ladies are attend ing the state Sunday school convention in Harrisburg this week. -J. W. McCall and Miss Alia Craig, of Vandergrift, Pa., were united in marriage at the Presbyterian manse, Tionesta, Wednesday evening, October 0th, l!K)it, Rev. H.A. Bailey olllciating. Mr. Mo Call was a member of Rev. Mr. Bailey's former congregation at the Concord Pres byterian church, In Clarion county, and made the trip here to allow bis former pastor to perform the ceremony on this happy occasion in bis life. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Zahniser, with their children Edith and Clarence, were guesla at the home of the former's father, II. M. Zahniser, over Sunday. Rev. Mr. Zahuiser has been transferred from Oil City to the Pittsburg Conference of the F. M, church, and bas been stationed on the oharge at New Brighton, Pa., which Is said to be one of the strongest church es In the conference. He will move his family to that place this week. Curtis Proper has entered the Uni versity of Pittsburg and taken up tbe study of dentistry. The Pittsburg Dis patch of Saturday contaloed this mention of bis prominence In atbletlo affairs: "Curtis Proper, who starred on W. A J.'s track team jat year, has entered tbe local university. Tbe addition of Proper will greatly strengthen the Pitt track team, aa he has won high honors In the 220-yard dash and other events. It is veiy proba ble that be will Join the football squad In a couple of days." G. W. Brady of Starr wai a friendly caller at the Republican office Friday. George raised a good crop of wheat the past season, but wheu he came to the threshing process be found that rats had Just about ruined the output, having burrowed into the, sheaves and cut tbe heads of tbe wheat well nigh all olf. He says bis barn Is over-run with tbe ro dents, and while he has tried about every kuown plan of ridding them nut they still have tbe upper hand about his prem ise, and are a mighty hard thing to cope with. Mrs. Nancy Shields, an aged resident of Barnetl township, died Friday at ber home at Clarington. She Is survived by two sons and one daughter, namely: Hon. Win. D. Shields, Samuel Shields and Miss Jennie Shields, all of Claring ton. Tbe fuoeral was held Sunday. A. J. Maze, another old re-ldent of Barnett township, died Sunday night at bia home at Cooksburg. The funeral was held Tuesday. We are without furiber par ticulars or facts for a more extended no tice of tbe lives of either of these aged residents. W. P. Dechant, of Clarion, who until recently conducted a tailoring shop here, bas been troubled since boyhood with an injury to bis left leg, above tbe knee, and of late it bas been giving blm a great deal of trouble. Monday be went to tbe Kane hospital for an operation, which may mean tbe amputation of tbe limb, but this bis physician had hopes might not be necessary. His friends here will sympathize with him and wish him a speedy recovery. Mrs. Decbant and children were in Clarion over Suuday and she Is preparing to move their household goods to that place. Last Saturday being the birthday of Mrs. Adam Sibble of German Hill, ber children planned a surprise party for ber which was a very pleasant event indeed. The day was perfect for an outdoor gathering and the table was spread under tbe trees in tbe orchard. After a bounti ful repast and a social time which was enjoyed by all, tbe party repaired to the bouse and listened to music and con gratulatory remarks. Among those pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. James Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Howe, Mrs. Nettie Brady and Mrs. J. R. Miller, of Scotch Hill; Mrs. Geo. E. Burhenn, Mrs. C. Burbenn, Mrs. John Dice, Mrs. Henry Sibble and Mrs. Thos. Sibble, of German Hill; and Rev. W. O. Calhoun of Tlonesta. It was tbe pleasure of Mrs. Archibald B. Kelly and Mrs. Susan H. May Sbarpe, of Tionesta, to entertain tbe members of the Tidioute Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at luncheon and for the opening meeting of the CLap ter for the year I009 1H10, at the palatial boineof Mr. and Mrs, Kelly, on Tues day, October 12lh, from eleven a. m. until four o'clock. Aa it was tbe first meeting of tbe Chapter ever held in Tionesta, an unusual interest was taken in the event and a most cordial reception was extend ed to the representatives lrom Tidioute, Warren, Corydon, Clarendon, Oil City and Franklin. Luncheon was served at noon, and at two o'clock, the Regent, Mrs. Charlotte Cumlngs, of Tidioute, opened the meeting. After the business part a most interesting program was given, during which our gifted young singer, Mr. Francis W, Gill, rendered two solos, to the pleasure of all present. It was most appropriate that Mr. Gill consented to Bing, as he is of Revolu tionary stock, being a descendant of General Francis Marion. At present Tionesta has but three members of tbe D. A. R., but several applications bave beeu made and it will not be long until a large number of tbe names of tbe women of our town may be enrolled in this grand organization. Sixty guests enjoyed the reception. Mayburg. Mrs. Maud Berlin of Kellettville spent Thursday afternoon In town. Wm. Richards is In Warren on busi ness this week. Clarence Beckley of Warren was in town on Friday attending to some elec trical work on the Jefferson County gas plant. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Brown are in Pitts burg for a few days. T. Padden left Friday for Olean, N. Y., to attend tbe luneral of Mrs. Padden's sister, Mrs. L. D. Smith and Miss Edith Gay ley were Warren visitors Saturday. Rev. aud Mrs. A. J. Horner are visit ing friends at their old borne in Center county, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartman spent a few days of the past week on their farm near Hickory. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Richards and son Ralph, and Miss Helen Paul drove to Warren Sunday morning In their auto, reluming in the evening. Miss Lena Anderson of Hastings visit ed at L. D. Smith's over Sunday. Clifford Babb returned home from Nebraska, Saturday. VIOO KEWAKII, IOO. The readers of this paper will be pleased to leai n that there is at least one dreaded disease that science haa been able to cure in nil its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known In the medical fra ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken in ternally, acting directly apon the blood and mucous surface of thesystom, there by doNlroying the foundation of the dis ease, and giving the patient strongtli by building up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The pro prietors have so much faith in its cura tive powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that H fails to cure. Svnd for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are thebest. Child Burned to Death. A five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Thornton, who reside at Henry'a Mill, a short distance above Lynch, Howe township, was fatally burned about ten o'clock Monday fore noon. The child was left playing in a room In which there was no fire and shortly afterwards came running to her mother with ber clothing all on fire. The mother was working outside tbe bouse and bad on a cape which bad become dampened by the rain. Wrapping this about the blazing form of ber daughter she partly queucbed the flames and with her bare bands tore tbe burning garments from tbe child's body. Tbe child was badly burned, tbe worst burns being across the abdomen. A physician was summoned from Sheffield, but nothing could be done to save the little sufferer's life and she passed away at six o'clock Monday evening. Mrs. Thornton was also severely burned about tbe bands. It la not known from wbat cause tbe child's clothing became Ignited. Mr. Thornton bas resided on Tionesta creek for several years and is well known to the peoploof that section. Mrs. Thorn ton is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller of Hickory township, fhe many frit-nda of tbe family will sympathize wlih them in this sad afllictiou, Tbe dead child was the second youngest of a large family of children. The funeral services take place today, with Interment at East Hickory. RECENT DEATHS. DICKRAOER, John Henry Dlckrager, eldest son of a family of four children, born to Detrick and Sophia Dlckrager, was born in the city of Pittsburg, Pa., December 7, 1851, and died Sunday evening at bis botne in Hickory township, October 10, 1009, aged 67 years ten months and three days. In the year 18G1 be came with his parents to the family beinestead on German Hill, where he attended the common schools and received a liberal education. After becoming of age he learned the stone mason's trade, but since the year 1800 he bas resided upon bis farm near tbe Posey Fields in Hickory township and has fol lowed tbe occupation of a farmer. In tbe year 1900, be was married to Miss Mary Frill, who with a family of two children, Curtis and Ruth, are left to mourn tbe loss of a kind husband and a good lather. He is also survived by two brotbera and one sister as follows: Mrs. Mary Wein gard and Fred Dlckrager, of German Hill, and William Dickrager, Tionesta, Some three years ago bis health failed him, and be grew worse until finally his sufferings were relieved by death at the time mentioned. Funeral services were conducted at his late home by Rev. L. R. Pbipps on Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, after which the body was laid to rest in tbe Zuendel church yard. W. R. C. District Convention. The thirteenth annual convention of District No, 4, composed of Corps Nos. 4, 5, 13, 28, 32, 74, 75, 85, 89, 90, 130, 137 and 138, met at Tidioute, Pa., Thursday, Oct. 7, 1009, tbe corps being well represented by a number of delegates. The morning session was an open one, called to order and presided oyer in a very able manner by tbe Senior Vice President, Mrs. Maud Thompson, in the absence of the Presi dent, Mrs. Wilbur. We bad with us our Department President, Mrs. Carrington, Department Seoretary, Mrs. Lynch, and several other department officers. The regular routine of business was taken up. Fine reports were read by delegates showing us the good and noble work tbat ia being done by tbe W. R. C. The meet ing adjourned and we were invited to their large dining room to a most sump tuous dinner of four courses, which was enjoyed by all. Tbe ladies of Corps No, 5 are noted for their liberal way of enter taining. Tbe afternoon session was called to order and the order business taken up, which was very interesting to all, after which we adjourned and were again Invited, along with their Post, to a banquet never to be forgotten by those who attended. There was a publio in stallation in the evening of the following officers: President, Mrs. Cumings, No. 5, Tidioute; Senior Vice President, Mrs. Williams, No, 85, Jobnsonburg; Junior Vice President, Misa Hains, St. Marys; Treasurer, Mrs, Jennie E. Agnew, No. 137, Tionesta. Following this we en- Joyed some fine speeches by department officers and tbe comrades, and some tine old songa were sung by tbe comrades. This was a convention to be remembered by all. It was very harmonious in every detail. We all left for our different homes feeling It was good to bave been there. Tbe ladies of No. 5 were disap pointed tbat there were not more of us. Those of us wbo were there are vory grateful for the hospitality Corpa No. 5 showed us and are all looking forward when we shall be so royally entertained again. The convention will be held in Bradford next year, and may the Great Commander of us all bless and be with us In our noble work of tbe W. R. C. Della H. Cankield, Press Cor. Hottclrille Urlcf. Will McCutlougu of Nebraska spent last Sabbath at Hottelville. Chas. Moore and Frank Cassatt are working for Samuel Aul at Loleta. Clarence Moore is putting a stone wall under bis house and also digging a cellar. Rev. 8. Stimer is the uew minister of the F. M. church here. Guy Leslie was a visitor at Marienville last Wednesday, getting some dental work done. 8. Fitzgerald was at the Leeper grist mill, Thursday. Miss Ruby Fitzgerald has been confined to tbe bouse for several days with the grippe. Rev. G. W. Shaffer preached a very in teresting sermon at the FiUgerald school house last Sabbath. A large number of people from our town attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Cassatt at Maple Creek, last Wednesday. Dr. Urinson of Marienville passed through our town Thursday on bis way to Howe, Jefferson county, KoYs!UutLs!CoLUMiiiA Bicycle Free! Greatest otfer out. Get your friends to subscribe to our magazine aud we will make you a preseut of a $10.00 Columbia Bicycle the best made. Ask for partic ulars, free outfit, and circular telling "How to Start." Address, "The Bicycle Man," Si-M East2Jd Street, New York City, N. Y. Columbia Phonographs Lead the world as the Most Perfect Instruments for the pro duction of souud. Every .uccessive develop ment of the en-called "talk ing machine" from its very first experimental stage has beeu made by the Columbia. Come In And hear a Colombia Phon ograph play the best records tbat can be produced al any price Buy Phono graph on Payments. Bovard's Pharmacy. Hopkins' Store. THE Leading; Shoe Store Menzies Heavy Working .Shoes, Tbe shoe for comfort and dry feet. Just a little bettet and just a little lower in price than you will ordinarily fiud. Black or russet, elk tan, soft leather, either ordinary or high cut. There is do better working shoe than the flienzies. uur bboe department Is Completely Stocked With the Best And most attractive line of shoes we have ever carried. You can't go astray on shoes wheu you have a chance to select from such makes as Menzies, W. L. Douglas, Sels, the Snow Shoe, Strootman, Queen Quality, and L. P. Ross. It will pay y u to take a look at our shoes before you buy. Tbe styles are right, the quality goes without question, acd they are priced right. Come and see. L. J. HOPKINS. Stoves A full assortment of Conl, Wood, Gas and Oil Heaters, Cook Stoves and Ranges. Every Reznor sold on a positive guarantee to make more heat with tbe same amnuut of gas than any other stoves on the market. Guns, Ammunition. You will alwavs fiud an assortment of Single aud Double Barrel Shot Guns. Rifles for all sizes of game. We make a specialty in ordering any particular gun desired. Ammunition for all popular cali bre guns. Hunting Coats, Gun Cases, Everything Tionesta Economy Is a good thing in buying clothes; but don't thiuk real economy means low price. Here are the beat clothes you can possibly get for the mouey you invest. The most noted tailors of the country made them; many are the famous Ad ler-Rochester clothes. Tim designs show robuet originality for young chaps; and more conservative beauty for men not so young. You'll like the new, handsome, l'JK) fabrics; they're all of tested high qualily. This means mure than a good wearing suit; the garments bold their shape aud keep their crisp, "uew" look. These suits were made by hand by the most expert tailors; and it's this perfect workmanship that gives the garments their cleau cut, finished style. Pries are 810, 812, 815, 81M, 820 and 82V Men's and Young Men's FaJl Hats. A season of colors in men's headwear, blues, browns, tans, greens and olive shades. Hut only in soft hats. Prices at 82, 82 50, 83 to I , 1 1 i i "5 fTA i r f ) I r jf i c- r r Watches From the $1 Ingersoll to the Fine Swiss and American Makes. Prices as Low as the Lowest. HARVEY FRITZ, The Leading Jeweler, 32 SENECA St., OIL CITY, PA. MONEY-BACK, RS THE ONIY HEATING STOVES SOlD WITH the positive Guarantee thai if not SATISFACTORY YOUR MONEY will BE RE FUNOED BY YOUR DEALER. NO OUES-TIONS-NOOUIBBUNG-JUSI THE MONEY Wiping Rods, Compasses, Ac. in Hardware. Hardware. f ET CLOTHIER ivl. OIL CITY. PA IYtUS-HEATE 1 7 .ai i u EMS A