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Our Easter Opening
Afnnflav dvpninc Tt was a brilliant event and lrcrplv nttpndpd. Onlv a few davs until Easter. If you wish to blossom forth on Easter morning in your new costume, hadn't you better fill your needs here now t KENESAW M. LANDIS Chicago Judge Before whom the Meat Case Wat Brought The Spirit 0 Spring Pervades Ovir Store. I V' ' L A TTniTORS REPORT Tionesta. HorougU in account with J, 0. Seowden. Treas urer, for tbe year euding March 7, 1910 : 1)R Balance last settlement S 8."7 M Kent llorouah building " Bate of bonds .. 0,000 00 Manor licenses .tow Foreign Insurance Flues 20 00 Sale of stone .. 1 60 W. U. Howl, 11108 Ui - 00 1(H)7 tax I" J 90S UX '07 00 l'.KM) tax 2,000 00 Curbing Assessment 8,1K3 1.) Ready-to-Wear Garments l?oflor tho britrhtnpss and nleasantness of the coming balmy days of spring in their light materials, smart styles and brilliant colorinsrs. and our desire to anticipate your needs is nowhere better shown than in our collection ol Smao-t (& Silberberg Tailored Suits. The direct result of our efforts is now shown in five hun dred garments each bearing the Smart & Silberberg label. This label on a suit is our guarantee that the fabric is posi- , . . Keer ana tTovtsiun u., i i tively all wool and will 6tand acid test; that the style is strictly racking Co., Denver; Colorado ;.,f. W tlm crvloa and tri'm mines nrfi not onlv ins and Provision Co., Denver; dependable, but that they have been carefully selected to har monize with the rest of the suit; and that there are certain features, exclusively ours, about the making which enable us to give as perfect a fit about the neck and shoulders as can be found in the finest custom made work. Prices of S. (EL S. Suits R.a.nge from S15 to $75. The Smart & Silberberq Co. OIL CITY, PA. PACKERS INDICTED Filing of Suit Seeking Dissolution or National Packing Co. Chicago, Mirch 22. Indictments were roturnei against me rvauoniu Packing company and the subsidiary concerns by the rederai granu jury which has been Investigating for the last three months alleged violations of the Sherman anti-trust law. The Indictments were returned before Judge Knnesaw I.andis. The National Packing company and the following concerns, all branches of the National Packing company, were Indicted: C. H. Hammond Co., Michigan; Anglo American Provision Co., Illinois; Omaha Packiug Co., Illinois; Fowler Packing Co., XTnited Dressed Beef Co., New York; St. Ixmis Dressed Reef and Provision Co., Western Pack- ng ana provision ..o., uenvcr, new York Butchers' Dressed Meat Co., New York; Hammond Packing Co., Illinois. Simultaneously with the announce ment of the indictments came, the fil ing of a suit by the government seek ing the dissolution of the National Packing company. The action is known as a suit in equity and Is be lieved to mark the beginning of the end of any open combination of the packers under the guise of a single company. While none of the packers was named in the indictment they are mentioned in the suit In equity. Those who are made defendants to the suit in equity besides those corporations which were indicted are: Armour 6: Co., Swift & Co., Edward Ogden, Louis F. Swift. Kdward F. Swift, Charles H Swift. L. A. Carton, Frank A. Fowler, J. Ogden Armour, Arthur Meeker, Thomas J. Connors, Edward Morris Thomas E. Fllson, L. H. Heyman and Continental Packing company. A RUSSIAN PRISONER. Four Per Cent. Paid on Savings Accounts. Oil City Trust Company, OU City, Pa. Capital and Surplus $750,000.00. Wherever You Live you may avail yourself of the unexcelled facilities offered by this strong bank. Uncle Sam's mail car riers will bring your deposits from any part of the world. We will cheerfully mail you booklets ex plaining our system of giving to out-of-town accounts precisely the same care as those of local residents. FOUR PER CENT AND NO WORRY. PITTSBURGH BANIO5AVINGS 4lh.AVE and SAfTfiFfELD ST PITTSBURGH PA. ASSETS OVER, 16 MILLION DOLLARS Write for Booklet CM. Experience cf a Man Who Waa Cham ed to A Whoelbarrow. In wrlttlni! of Uio Heuluosaoluurg lirlsou in MeClure'a Mutjussluu uavia Sosklce to In of. tt Dllsouei- wuo was clwlued to ti wheelbarrow: "Schediiu hud been condemned to hard lubor lu tlio convict mines of SI berla and for an attempt to escape from there had been Heuteuced to be chained to u heavy wheelbarrow, Wbea tho order came for his transfer from Siberia to St. Petersburg uo con veyauce could be fouud large euough to contain him, the wheelbarrow and the convoy of gendarmes. Vet, as the wheelbarrow had become a part of the prisoner, the gendarmes were afruld to leave It behind. It was there fore decided to place Scbedrlu with his convoy iu one cart and tbe wheelbar row behind hi another. For several mouths, dav mid nljilit, Scbedrlu aud the gendarmes pi Moped through SI beria upon n troika (a three horsed cart or sledtro, while auotber s:ied be hind tbem upon which the wheelbar row reposed, causing me ueepesi amazement among the peasants lu the tillages through which they passed. Cpon tbe arrival of the prisoner in SS. Peter and l'aul he was once again chained lo the barrow, and only after he had been six weeks In the blues selburg was lie finally detached from it and given freedom of movement within the narrow conlines of his cell. "When they unchained me,' said Schedriu subsequently, i could not get enough movement. I wanted to run and run, and it seemed to me that 1 could never stop. How strange It Is that men wiio can enjoy perfect free dom of movement never realize the wonderful happiness that is theirs.'" I A UniTOUS REPORT of tbe Rod XX Fundi or Tlouesla Township lor me year ending March 7, 1010: Jacob Hinearbaugh, Treasurer. Dr. Balance from last lelllement f C7ft 60 Keo'd from State Treasurer for re pair on state road 48 23 Reo'd from Wm. Nlool, Collecior..l,6l4 11 " South Penn " Twp. Sup., borrowed mouey.l,8H) 00 " County Treasurer road tax... 100 00 " cash tax ... 160 00 112,108 32 CR. Orders redeemed $11,885 25 Coiiimisnion 2117 10 Balance iu treasury u t" S12.105 32 Financial statement of TloneaU Borough for the year ending March 7, 1010. ASSETS. Ralancn in hands of treasurer S 12 97 W. It. Hood. l!HMt Ux 3 45 " 1S107 Ux ' o " 1108 Ux 88 23 " 11K19 UX fW) 67 L. Zuver, rnt 18 00 8. J. Setley, 1004 tax 1 Presbyterian cuurch. 10 00 Municipal Lleus 424 75 urlnua claims, uuseoured "' Honda uusold 3,600 00 Due from County 11 1 4,480 62 LIABILITIES. Order No. ftll outsUuding S 3,120 90 " KM) " Z UO !W " 1.188 91 919 " tXS 8 ' 920 " 78 " 925 " 45 73 s3 62 40 Bonds, lstaeriea, 1-fl - 3,000 00 Bonds, 2nd series, 1-15 . 7,500 00 S14.902 54 Liabilities over assets $10,503 02 KXPEMDITUHES. Sidewalks S 102 05 Interest 405 00 Gas and water A7 Hnronsh. engineer - 1(4 .0 ('iirhini? and navins 5,800 00 Payment orders outsuoulng , w State tax 30 03 Incidentals m - M Hoard of health 1 24 Printinir -.. 1J 00 Street aud llzht 531 41 SecreUrv and solicitor 60 00 nsurance - ou Bute HiBbwftT assessment 2,180 71 Auditors JO w S 11.855 We the undersigned Auditors of Tlonesta Boroueh hereby certify that we have audit ed ton forgoing accounts ana nna luem io be correct. j. u. jamiebon, K. L. Haslet, J. N. Bamkhead, Auditors, Attest : M. A. Carrinoeb, Clerk. March 14, 1010. - $4,444 37 Or. ' By orders drawn $4,124 78 2 per cent. com. to treasurer 82 60 Balance In treasury 237 00 $4,444 37 Bal, due from Co. Tress., road 200 20 " easu.... niw Wm. Nlool. Collector. Dr. To amount of duplicate $1,80 24 i;r. South Penn paid treasurer 00 98 Abatement on I l.iai 81 oi m 2 per cent. com. on $1,115.68 22 81 Paid treasurer i.oi'i it 6 per cent. oominlnslon 25 91 band returns Exonerations 23 71 $1,8(10 24 Statement oi Expenditures. Publlhing Auditors' report $ 10 00 Fuel and lights for three years 7 00 Auditors 12 00 Henry Sibble, service m mi Heck Brumbaugh, anrvlce 36 00 Jacob Wagner, service 42 00 County Com'rs, plow and points, ta.ou Wm. Campbell lor measuring road 10 00 Paid on new road 2,700 00 Interest 127 Z.t Paid back borrowed money 371 80 Kepair on macadam road 80 00 A. C. Brown, Attorney fte 10 00 J. C. Seowden, repairs 13 91 Shoveling snow 62 02 Road plank t" Overwork on Districts No. 1 and 2 1 10 21 3 120 88 ' 4 33 42 " " " 6 33 45 " " 6 10 37 " 8 17 17 " 9 37 10 " 10 38 04 " " H 14 86 Miscellaneous expenses 42 26 $1,124 78 Liabilities $3,150 00 Resources 627 28 Net Indebtedness $2,622 72 Number miles road in twp 60 i We. Hie undersigned Auditors of Tlo nesta township, do hereby certify that Ibe above report is correct, to the beet of our knowledge. Orion ai.i.io, i A. li. Thomson, Auuuorn W. A. Kohb. J New Dress Goods. No doparimeot in this entire store more completely ready for the Aouusl Spring Opening, Tuesday snd Wednesday of this week. No matter what the fabric, whether of ultra design or staple wesve, it's here lor iospeclion today. Here in every color or pecul iar shade endorsed of fashion. Hr too. at a nrice within reach of everyone. Price starts at 65o for what most everyone will concede Tcpntinnllv nine wool sercre and ranees up to $2 50 yard. But at $1 and $1.50 there's every possibility of satisfactory lection both as to material aud color wanted. I 2-Yard Wide Dress Linen, $1. I Yes, that's 25o to 0o less than yoo usually pay for a good i heavy, perfect bleach all linen suiting. That's what this is and in both Boish and quality equal lo some we've known to be sold for $1 25 and 11.50. Administrator's Notice. Letters of Administration on tbe estate of Sarah Walters, late of Tionesta Bor oiiiili. Forest Couotv. Pa., deceased, hav ing been granted to the undersigned, an nersons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make payment without delay, and those having claims or" demands will present them, duiy aiitneuiicaiea, tor settlement. W. II. llooll. Adm'r. Tionesta, Pa. T. F. Ritchey, Attorney. FOREST COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, TIONESTA, PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, 50.000. 1100,000. A Bunch of Kicks. "I'm In bard luck!" sighed the steel roll. "Look nt nio! I pet nothing from morning till night but hot nir, groan ed the pumping engine. "I'm always In hot water," sigheu tbe boiler. "Consider my plight," crlod the mac adam road, "invariably walked over and trodden under foot." "I'm used to It, for I'm always up against It," philosophically remaruea tbe wall paper. "You're none of you as badly on as I am," said the furnace, "lor, no mai ler where I go, I'm generally tlred."- Bultlmore American. Work hard and make money, Then make your money work hard for you. Putting your money to work means investment arid All investment begins with the savings bank. The first step toward accum ulating money is to save a little, and the best, indeed the only sure and positively safe way is to put the small amounts in the savings bank. Rembember the smallest amount is worth saving. This bank opens an account for one dollar and pays 4 INTEREST compounded semi-annually Call and have us explain. Capital and Surplus $680,000.00 Total Assets over $3,000,000.00 She- (ToOTtmmj FRAN KUI N . PA. Time Deposits Solicited. Will pay Four Per Cent, per Annum Fred. GrOtteilbOrgGF PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER Repair Holler, Tanks), Agitators), and Nells Seeoiul Boiler, Etc. fttill,- Buy hand , Watne Cook, President. A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, A. B. Kbi.lt. Cashier. DIRECTORS G. W. Robinson, T. F. Rltchev. J. T. Wat . 8mka.rba.cqh, Vice President Wm. Smearbaugh, Dale, A. B. Kellv. Collections remitted for on day of pny ment at low rates. We promise our custom ere all the benetite consistent with conservative banking. Interest paid on time deposit. Your patronage respectfully solicited. GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit- tingsanauenerai liiaoKsmiming prompt ly done at Low Kates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop In rear of and lust west of the Hhaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. - FRED. GRETTENBERGER Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End of Suspension Br idge, Third ward. OIL CIT1U 1A. Send your friends with the drug or drink habit to the rKeeley Institute. years 11 VP of successful cures. V VIA V Keeley Only Writ for particulars Kn-li'v Institute in WcHtcm Peuiia. 42-16 Fifth Ave . PittiWitfc. Pa. Mercantile Appraisers List for Forest County, lor Year A. D. 1910. The Wholesale and Retail Venders of Foreign and Domeatio Mercbannise, Eatina Houses, Billiard Rooms, ttroK ers. and Opera Houses In Forest Couo ty, Pennsylvania, areas follows, towtt: NAMK. IIUSINKSS. POSTOFr 1CK, Adams. J. A . butcber. Tionesta. Andrews, Mra.M., merchant, Kellettvllle. Abbott, M. E., merchant, Eat Hickory. Atlantic Kenning Co., oils, Tionesta. Kromley, J. G., machinery, Tionesta. Rovard, K. J , druggist, Tionesta. Baxter. J. W.. merchant. Gilfoyle. Baugbman, J, M. SU. A., uutciiers, mar- lenvllle. Buhl, G. W ., olgsrs, Marienville. Bortrer Bros., merchants, Marienville. Bender, K. P., cigars, west incKory, Bowman, T. J., teed. East Hickory. Bebrens. Lewis, merchant, 8trr. Carson. A. A Son. lewelers. Tionesta. Collins A Kreitler, merchant, Nebraska. Cook. A.. Sons Co.. mercnanta, Cooks- hnrir. Cook, J. T., cigars and tobacco, Clarlng- Inn. PrnaHinun. W. A., merchant. Redclyfle, Crouch Sl Zabniser. merchants, East HUkorv. ClarK, Mrs. J,, millinery, East Hlonory, Cooper. W. C, cigars, West Hickory. Canheld, Harry H.,oigars, West Hickory, Carson, r . C. ciirars. west HlcKory. Cooper, W. C, billiards, West Hickory, Dunn iV uralg, aruggista, i loueaia. Detar, W. J., cigars, Kellettvllle. Kralnirer. G. F.. merchant, Truemani.. Eisermao, Mrs. Ulizaoeiu, millinery Marienville. Fools Creek Store Co., merchants, True mans. Fulton, CI) as., merchant, Duhring. Ku inn. Kobert. c mars, t lonesia. GilderBleeve. 1. 11., merchant, Brookston, Gerow, J. N., Jr., bllllaras, nnnesia. Gerow, J. N., Jr., restaurant, Tionesta, Haslet, James, furniture, Tionesta. Herman, K. M., mercuaui, tionenia. Hopkins, L. J., merchant. Tionesta. Haslet. R. I... merchant, Tlouesla. Hoyt. Mrs. O., merchant. Cooper Tract, Hunter. A. M.. mercbanU Piueon. Hartmao. Wm. A., mercbaut, Kellett VlllB. Hark less. Frank. druKKist, Kellettvllle. Hendr cks. W. 8.. butcher. Keueiivuie Harp, H. H., oigars, Marienville. Himn An), butchers. Marienville. Hickory Drug Co., druggists, West Hick ory. Hill. P. C. restaurant, Tionesta. Inirersoll, J, E., merchant, Ljnch. Jackson, Cba. E., merchant, Elulalia. Killraer Bros., merchants, Tionesta. Kil'er, D. C., merchant, Marienville. Kellv. J. W.. billiards. Marienville. Lanson Gordon, merchants, Tlouesla. Lela A Venturel, merchants, Tionesta. Lanson Bros., feed, Tionesta. Morgan, J. K merchant, uonesia. McKown, G. B., oigars, Nebraska. Miller, W. J., cigars, Kellettvllle. MlntB. David, merchant, Marienville. Marienville variety Biore, uieruunuuf. Marienvil 1 6. MensRh. 8. C. hardware. Marienville. Mechlins A London, merchants, Clar Ington. Myers, E. L., cigars, Endeavor. Miller. W. J., billiards. Kellettvllle. Mayburg Store Co. .merchants, Mayburg, Nv u. W.. merchant. Marienville. Nelll. A. D.. A Co.. merchauts, Marleu villa. Putnam, Mrs.R.R.,cigars, West Hickory. Koblnson, U, W., iE aon, merouamii, xio- nests. Randall, C. A., oigars, Tionesta. Reyner, T. J., mercnani, marieDvniH. Reyner, Mrs. Ellen, cigars, Marienville. Roebrig, John, harness, Marienville. Reyner, Mrs. Ellen, restaurant, Marien ville. Rosen, L. A., merchant. Endeavor. Rose. Jan. T broker, Marienville. Seowden, J. C, hardware, Tionesta. Handrock, Mrs. J.N.. millinery.Tlonesta. Sigworlh.S. H., hard wnre, Tionesta. Suodgrass, Tlios., mercnani, iiuntmta. Sboup, Wm., merchant, Mnzelte. Sbaw A Rudy, cigars, Kellettvllle. Silzle, Wm., jeweler, Kellettvllle. Salmon Creek Mercantile Co., merchants, Kellettvllle. Sbaw A Rudv, billiards, Kellettvllle. Sigwortb 4 Keating, merchants, Marien ville. Stiles it Evans, merchants, Endeavor. Schweitzer, 11. A., cigars, Endeavor. Bhipe, H, A., broker, Marienville. Smiib, H. H. A Co., merchants, West Hickory. , Tionesta Millinery Co., millinery, Tlo. Tionesta Gas Co., hardware, Tionesta. Van Horn, A. M., merchant, Pigeon. Vail, J. 8 merchant, West H ickory. Weaver, C. F., cigars, Tionesta. Wilson, Geo., butcher. Tionesta. Wolfe, A., merchant, Tionesta RFD. Wilson, Mrs, Ella.millinery. Kelletlville. Watson t Co., merchants, Kelletfllle. Young, J. J., Dinars, Marienville. Younder, Mike, merchant, Brookston. 7.U vnr. it Hon. oieara. Tionesta. Zabniser, Mrs. Florence, millinery, East HIpUorv. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons nnncerned that an appeal trom the lore- going appraisement will be held at the office of tbe County Treasurer, In Tiones m Pa . on Baturdav. April 2. 1010. when and where tbey may attend if Ibey see proper. okion all.iu. Mercantile A ppraiser, is an f se I WILLIAM B. JAMES. OIL CITY, PA. 99 OABLON'S How Abovit That Easter "Rig? Perhaps you have thought ot everythig but a pair ol Shoes. Going to make the old oues do 1 Don't Do It. New Shoes are as essential as any other, part of the costume. If you want to get into the real Easter spirit, we've got the new Easter creations for men, women and children. An immense assortment ol Ox fords and Sandals in all leathers at prices to suit you. OARLON & CO.'S, Oil City, Pa. Palm Beach, Fla. -nmnnin t itiiMiit rtt 1 1 in i TTTTTTTl A See Washington SPRING VACATION EXCURSION Pennsylvania Railroad Friday, March 25, 1910 $11.00 From Tionesta Mop over ot Baltimore and rhilmlelphia allowed on return trip if ticket is rienoMited with Htation Ticket A Kent, affording opportunity ot X viHiting ATLANTIC CITY. Ticket will be g d going on regular trains on dale named and to return within eleven days, In cluding dale of excursion. EASTER SUNDAY AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL Similar Excursion April 8 Full Information regarding leaving time of trains may be obtained of Ticket Agents. J. R. WOOD GEO. W. BOYD Passenger Trafflo Manager General Passenger Agent 4,4lHiH "' iiss - I I If vou have any difficulty in The Ideal Oil for either air- Cooled or weter-cooled M . chines. Distilled from Penn sylvania Crude Oil light In color, which meani absolute freedom from carbon. WAVErtl.Y RPKriAb 'S thin nil, foods freely tlirouch any style lnhrlcaur. una will not congeal in uie corneal weauier. If you have any difficulty i ODtaimng Waverly Special from your dealer or garage, com municate with us nt once and we Will see that you are supplied. "Perfect lubrication with at carbon deposit." Warerly Oil WorKs Co. Indpndnt (reTnr i Fit rutin nr. Pa. J. L. Hoplcr LIVERY Stable. Fine carriages for all oocaaions, with first class equipment. We can fit you out at any time for either a pleasure or business trip, and always at reasonable rates. Prompt service aud courteous treatment. Come and see us. Rear of Hotel Weaver TIONESTA, PA. Telephone No. SO. JAMES HASLET, GENERAL MERCHANTS, Furniture Dealers, AND UNDERTAKERS. TIONESTA, PENN OFTIOIAK Office ) t 7X National Hank Building, OIL CITY, PA. Eyes examined free. Exclusively optical. 1.