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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, - Editor 4 Pkopriitoh. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1910 Republican Ticket. COUNTY. Connrwin, JOSKl'H C. Mllil.KY, Venango County. Stale Senate, J. K. P. HALL, Elk County. Assembly, W. J. CAMPBELL, Tionesta Rorougli. REPUBLICAN (UHJIITTEE MEET IX (J. In pursuance of the rules governing the Republican party ol Forest County, I hereby give notice that a meeting or tbe newly elected county committee of said party will be held at the court bouse. Tionesta, Pa on Thursday, June 30tu, lfllo, at 2:00 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of organization for tbe Tall campaiun, and the transaction ol such other business, may properly come before tbecominittee. It Is desired that every member of the committee be present at said meeting. C. A. Randall, Chairman. Tionesta. Pa., June 21, 1!)10. Thk way emiuent citizens are b Ingd tained for attempted smuggling nowadays convinces one that the tariff is at least in teresting if not beneficial. Champ Clark wants Speaker Cannon's chair, so tbey say. but as Cbamp baa been wanting it for tbe past number of years it won't hurt him so bad when he Is dia appointed. At tbe Republican State convention which convenes today in Uarrisburg tbe ticket Is likely to be, for Governor, John K. Tenerof Washington county; Lieut. Governor, John M. Reynolds, Bedford county; Secretary of Internal affairs, Henry M. Ilouck, Lebanon county; State Treasurer, Fred. C. Wright, Susquehanna county. Sincr the establishment of tbe school savings bank system In tbe Williatnsport public schools in 1S!K) there has been de posited by the boys and girlsof Williams port f2ti9.377, Is tbe Interesting announce ment made by Mr. Speaker, chairman of the school savings bank committee, in a report made to the Board of Education At the present time there is on deposit 12.5,879 22, which includes interest to the amount of ti21.15. AT Allentown last Wednesday the Democratic Couventlon named tbe fol' lowing ticket: Governor, Webster Grim, iJucks county; Lieutenant Governor, Samuel B. Price, Lackawanna; Secretary of Internal Affairs, John I. Blakeslee, Carbon; Stale Treasurer, Samuel B. Phil aon, Somerset. Since tbe adjournment a great bowl bas gone up in the camp of the unterrifled, because of the side-track ing of Berry, tbe sudden withdrawal of Larue Munson, and tbe nomination of in obscure candidate for Governor. There is a demand for another convention, but it will all blow over. John L. Scllivan, who is probably as well supplied with experience ou the subject as auybody, says: "Young man, quit the booze, and quit it for good. You older fellow, learn the same lesson. Re member tbe real punch is contained in the tiery stuff. The fellow who beats it is the fellow who can dodge the punch. Did you ever know that most of tbe lying in tbe world is caused by drluk? It is. You don't know it, maybe, but stop and think. Don't a drinking man say some awfully foolish and uncalled for things? Ana isn't ue sorry for it when he thinks what an ass be bas made of himselfT Say, take it from old John L a champion once at ring and at booze fighting, it's tbe worst game ever discovered." dt a cnange in the form of tbe postal money order and the elimination of tbe mail advice to postmasters, Postmaster uenerai Mltcdcock expects to save the Government approximately 500,000 year. The order making thechanges wis issued by tbe Postmaster General. The money order form is two and half inches longer than the one now in use. It consists of a stub, order with marginal cnecK, coupon to be stained by ttie post master who makes tbe paymeut and a re ceipt tor the remitter. Tbe order and coupon both are to be mailed to tbe person in wnose favor the order is drawn. The new form will be put Into use as soon as the Public Printer can obtain tbe neces sary supply of "safety" paper. Science In Fanning. The farmers of Pennsylvania are show- ing their faith in agricultural education by sending several hundreds of theirsous to tbe School of Agriculture in tbe Penn syivania Miale college. Tbe growth of this school In this state institution bas been remarkable. The criticism made of some state agricultural schools that tbey irain ooys wholly away from the farm win not apply to Pennsylvania. One hundred and seventy of the four hundred and seventy-nine students enrolled in the School of Agriculture last year took courses that fit only for rural life, while a considerable percentage of tho remain Ing number, who are taking the tour years' college course, expect to engage in some department ol practical farming. The Two Years Course in Agriculture attracts you ng men who have not been able to prepare for a tour years' course, and it tits men for practical woik only nd not for professional life. A booklet has been prepared for lree distribution that describes tbe work offered in this course, and it presents some tine illustra lions that Bre descriptive of the work in the School of Agriculture. Students are hown engaged in livestock Judging, horticultural work and other practicum. .Vu excellent picture of tbe students en gaged in military drill is shown on the last cover page. This attractive booklet may be secured without charge by send ing postal card request addressed to School of Agriculture and Experiment Station, State College, Center county, Pa. TCvery young man who wants to know he sclenoe of agriculture and its useful application and who bas not bad the ad vantage of school preparation for a four years' college course, should tske advan tage of this Two Years' Course In tbe 1'enusylvania State college. Campaign Expense Accounts Filed. Most of the candidates at the late pri maries have filed their accounts of ex penses incurred, as provided by the pri nary eiecuon law, same or which run way up into the thousands, and are cal culated to strike terror to the heart of tbe man of ordinary means wLo might have a mind to shy his castor Into tbe ring for official preferment. Mr. Sibley makes affidavit to having spent 110,098 83. The account is in the form of two statements, one made by Mr, Mbley and the other by bis treasurer, Frank H. Ta.vlor. Mr. Sibley rays he paid to his treasurer the sum of f.'t9,2S8 83 during the months of February, April, May and June. Mr. Sibley appends tbe following explanatory note "This manner of conducting my cam paign was absolutely necessary, inter alia, for the reason that I was sick and under the doctor's care with ailments which wholly incapacitated me from personally supervising said disburse nient made by my said treasurer." In another note Mr. Sibley tells of the payment 01 si,4tu to various newspapers for advertising f pace, and by adding this amount to that paid to Mr. Taylor the total ol f I0.69S 8.1 Is shown. The second note is as follows: "Sometime In January or the early part of fnbruary, 1910, before I became a can didate, there was paid the sun ol f 1,410 for advertising space in the following news papers: Sharon Herald, f 200; Sharon Tele graph, $100; Sharon Eagle, fdO; Warren Mirror, f.V0; Van Land, t-IX); Emlenton News, fJOO; Oil City Blizzard, f200; loungaville Enterprise, $100. This money was paid for me before I became a candidate, and I find that receipts were not taken. These receipts will at once be procured and tiled herewith." Mr. Sibley enumerates the following bll's as not having been paid: Grit pub liahiug Company, $7.50; Corry Leader Publishing Company, $81.10; Langdon Brothers, advertising, 74.50; Progress Publishing Company, $2."; Evening News Printing Company, printing, f,!25.95; Bell Telephone Company, $14 10; Postal Telegraph Company, $8.12 In Mr. Taylor's statement the pay ments appear in detail, the account cov ering nine tj pewritten pages. The per son receiving tbe laigeat sum of money wasC. D. Crandall, manager of the War ren county campaign, who got $13,800, in various payments. D. M. Howard, also of Warren county, received the sum of $1,000. C. C. Swift, Republican county chairman of Elk county, also got $4,000. Daniel Williams, of Sharon, received fl,5o0. Tbe individual receiving next largest sum of money was Senator J. D. Emery, of Mercer, to whom was paid $1,000. O. W. Proper, of Forest county, received $S25. E. E. Fleming of Tionesta received $525. J. C. Dunn, Tionesta, ;$30 for transportation of voters. D. Ueiden- ger, $200. The sinount paid by Mr. Sibley to the various papers and publishing houses, in cluding tbe sums mentioned above, was $5,618 30, divided as follows: Sharon Telegraph, $2,048; Oil City Blizzard, ad vertising and extra papers, $700; Varl Land, a Swedisb newspaper priuted in Jamestown, N. Y., $000; Warren Mirror, $"00; Sharon Herald, $4S2 90; Evening News Printing Company, $171,70; Emlen lenton News, $325; Liberty Printing Company, $325; Sharon Eagle. $182.60; Western Press, Mercer, $157.95; Youngs- ville Enterprise, $147.10; Pittsburg Dis patch, $139; Marienville Express, $90 60; Corry leader, $S4 10; Ridgway Publishing Company, $T2 95; Warren Mail, $01.60; Oil City Derrick, $47.20; Tionesta Repub lican, $47.20; Sbarpsville Advertiser, $40; tin Ion ton Herald, $35; South Sharon News, $25; Sandy Lake Breeze, $25; She nango Printing Company, $25; Sheffield Observer, $25; Tionesta Vindicator. $25;. Mercer Dispatch, $25; Greeuville Pro- gress, $25; Lawrence Priming Company, $13; Journal Printing Company. $10: Grit, $7.50; Labor Review, $.". A gieat many payments were made to ludivid als. numbering over 310, for the "dis seminallou of information." ranging from a few dollars up to $450. THK HOMKCANDIIIATKS. Congressman Wheeler's ItedcijtTo and Greenwood. Kcilcttrillo. two salvation Army captains were at I Truman Hill and daughter Gwendolvn ureenwooa Tuesday evouing. Tbey gave ' '""esia spent a few days visiting ret a line talk aud furnished some fine muslo with the accordeon and cornet. John II. Barton is visiting friouds and relatives in Corsica tbia week. Mrs. Lena Ir win, of Redclyffe, was shopping In Mar ienville Thursday. The drillers, Mr. Mortiman and Mr. Decamp, have put In a gas engine to get water to drill. John Uelgal, of kane, and Mr. Bess, of Llck ingville, are looking after the well being drilled on the Irwin larm. Annie Campbell, of Hottelville, and a Salvation Army captain, of Kaue, visited Lizzie Barton Thursday evening and attended piayermeetlng at Greenwood. Clark Chitester spent Sunday afternoon at tbe Barton home. He has gone to bis borne May, W. Va. Benson Rarle, of Red' clyffe, visited bis brother Will Rarle, at Greenwood, Monday evening. Flossie Bradeu started for Grove City, Monday, Mrs. David Weaver and family visited Mrs. Braden, Wednesday. Thomas Knight was home over Sunday from tho Clarion Normal. Nebraska. visit- Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Haugb were ors In Tionesta last Friday evening, Addison Reed bas gone for a visit with friends and relatives in Grand Valley, Warren, and Westfield. N. Y. Messrs. Ross Kerr, Wm. Meyers, E. 8. Rlauser and Wm. McCullough attended Masonic Lodge in Tionesta, Mouday night. Vinson Kiinesiiver, better known as "Bud Fisher," bas been laid up with a sore corn, but Is some better writing. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Connor returned from their wedding trip last Monday and the young people turned out in the eve nlng and gave them a good serenade. When tbe couple msde their appearance tbey were seized and loaded Into buggy and were given a rido for their lives, tbe rig being drawn by a dozen willing bands. The young couple will reside In Wllkins- burg, Pa., in the near future. me ii. u. 1. m. served ice cream, strawberries and cream Saturday eve nlng, the proceeds amounting to $27.00. irank Combs was a Tionesta visitor one night last week. Mr. reck, representing the Pennsyl vania Lumber Co., was in town ou bus! ness last week. Wilis Hill. ativea in town. Murrell Carbaugh of loai 11 111, who baa been visiting her un cle, W. E. Carbaogh, the past week, re- turned home Monday. Mrs. L. J. Cat- lin aud children of Jefferson, Ohio, are visiting relatives iu town. Alva Wat son returned from Allegheny College, Meadvllle, Thursday, for the summer va cation. Fay Leuimon of Eudeavor was the guest of her uncle. J as. Smith, Thurs day. J. G. Wolfe Is visiting his daugh ter, Mrs. Jas. Welsh, at ltalltown. Mrs. Lewla llrennan aud sons of Minis ter were guests or her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. shatter, over Sunday. Mra. Mary Toby, who has been vlaltlng her son, L. J. Catlin, at Jefferson, Ohio, re turned homo Thursday. Mrs. M. H. Mealy orTylersbum Is visiting relatives In town. Geo. Zuendel amuit a row days at Allentown last week. Mrs. B. E. Shaw and children of Cnnemaugb are visiting relatives here Linn siirivor drove up from Tionesta Sunday. He was accompanied home by bis wile and son Kenneth, who have been visiting Mn Shrlver's sister, Mrs. J. F. Ray, the past week Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stover and daughter Phyllis of Endeavor spent Sun day with Mrs. Stover's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Shaffer. May Cunulngham, who bas beeu attendlngschool in Oil Cltv, returned home last week. Mr. aiid Mrs. M. F. Catlin spent Wednesday in hndeavor. May Showers visited her parents at Lynch over Sunday. Ralph Whltehlll snent Sundav nt T visiting his mother. Mrs. V. Landers aud children of Watta Flats. N. Y., are visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. E. Wilson Kathleen liaubeiiHiieck la viaiil 11 ip liar sisier, nirs. Llvermore, at Crown. Mrs. n. L,orom and children and Anna Sal lade are spendinn a lew weeks at Celeron, 1 . Hay Weller and Pearle Detar speui Sunday at Tionesta. Mrs. B. F. Wlnans and daughter Grace visited her parenta at Ross Run. Sun.tau ii, Silzle and Laurel la Wolle visited the fnl'ina.1. !,...!... .. . it . , pre8enl The opening base ball name Saturday be- ""' rvoiimiviiiB ami west Hickory, re suited In a victory for Kellettvllle, the score being 4 to 1. A children'. Hw service will be rendered next Sunday evening iu the M. E. church, which all are cordially invited to attend. It ia expected that the bills for the pri- mary elections iu tbe state on June 4 will be filed at the auditor general's depart ment very soon. All of tbe counties were under heavy expenditure because of the legislative and other disti lot nominations and the cost may run over $100,000. Where to Spend Your Summer Outing. An illustrated booklet, containing list of Summer Boardiug Houses and Re sorts, will be sent free. Write J. C. Mel- en barker. D. P. A.. Erin. Pa vuiai Plate Road. 14-6-2H Straw Yl Hats. The popular styles for young men, middle ncrcd men, and older men. Straight and curled brims, Hawes Straws $2 to $3. Other makes lor less money. Call and make selection. your G. W. ROBINSON &S0N Popular Music. I.iileNt Song iciest Waltzes Latest Instrumental, T... ? , .... jusi received, and will be sold at 00 per copy. New oiusio Iteeeivetl Kaeli Week. Also Mckinley' Celebrated lOo Music iu stock. Fur sale at tbe Zuver icws Itoom. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Cold, Croup and Wbuupiog Cough. expense ac count was received at the Proihonotary's ottice this Wednesday morning and shows a total expenditure or $17,818.75. The items or tbe account are as rollows: Dis semination or information to public, $.!,906 40; political announcement of can didacy iu district, $785.20; Oscar J. Den ny, chairman Mercer county, $1,500; C. K. Keefer, treasurer campaiun committee Warren county, tf.OOO; John Curry, treas urer campaign committee Elk couuty, $500; C. K. Trace, treasurer campaign committee Venango couuty, $700; J.'T. Dale, treasurer campaign committee For est county, $S00; J. Allison Keck, Mercer county, $500; W. H. Baker, Elk county, $500; postage, f-00: traveling expenses, $173; telephone aud telegraph bills, $:J2 85; typewriter rental, $10.50; campaign but tons, $120.80. W. J. Campbell, tbe successful candi date for Assembly, spent $100 88, con sisting of printing, telephone, transporta tion of voters, botel bills, railroad fare, etc. rorty-two dollars of this account, Mr. Campbell slates la still outstanding. a. n. Mectillug, who failed of nomlna tion expended $172 77, tbe account con sisting of pretty much the same items as ir. lampoon's, with the addition or rig uire, wntcu constituted the largest Item of expense. The expenditures or Win. J. Breene, Democratic candidate for Cougress; E. A. Wolfe, Democratic candidate for As sembly, aud Asa H. Sigworth, caudidate for delegate to the Republican State oonveutiou, did tiot exceed $"0 in either case, so they are not obliged to tile an ltounzed account. Again the clouds that overhung tbe skies for many weeks have passed away and tbe glorious old sunsbiue is felt once more and oh, bow we appreciate It. The crops, hay and gardens will have to bus tie to get out of tbe way of Jack Frost this fall. Nothing but sunshine will do the trick. People are cultivating aud trying to make a stagger at farming and where some have worked thoir crops you almost need a spy glass to see them. But we are promised a seed time and harvest, so ye tillers ol the soil dig in and look up. Eugene Berlin, of tbia place, is making some nice roads. When we can get a man like Gene, why not let him folio tbe business up for a succession of years? Don't need any old codger to tag behind to watch blm and draw an extra salary. Considerable change bas taken place on tbe bill Iu the last few weeks. Tbe par sonage has been torn down aud ancient laudmarks removed to other places. As people grow wiser we have to advance, so where there is wealth there is prosperity 1 wo cnurcties one mile apart. We want tbe conference to send us a preacher with a good bass voice Ibis fall, so he can have services at both churches at once. Also we want a good old gospel ship built on a wagon with four good wheels, so she can be moved along when necessarv Also we want charity to go with it, so all will be unity itself cannot stand Joun Uold, or this place, was called to the home of bis father at Redclytfe, who Is not expected to live. E. N. Decker and Cbas. Prather sold vueir restaurant ia SUellleld last week to parties in Buffalo. lame ouyers are still roaming the tields of old Forest and sister counties buying cows and a large number have oeen Bnippea and driven out. Lots of cows fr sale yet. Butter down to 20 cents and nobody to buy It, so we feel like saying, "Jamie, Jamie, come over bere. If you can't come in one ship come in iwo. laters are two shilling a bushel and whiskey tbe same aud no banging for stealing." Tl. - f j t ... mo namea aiu oruerman Hill met with Mrs. red Rudolph, of tnia place. A grand time reported and much good done. Come again, ye noble daughters. Tbe buckwheat acreage will be large this seson on account of backward wtather this spring. ITOU KNOf WHO IS WHEN IT IS!N : I V .1 i .'II I ' J J It V.S I I aa l' it VY 111 i fen's Suits. i free. by high class fine Tailored Suits fr'D aud Young Men fine serges, ids and cheviots iu all the want ors and shades. Other people e$25. Our price $ l(i 50 bby Suits for Meu and Young io all-wool serge or fine worsted, feet tailored, elegant fitting Suits .h a Straw or felt Hat free. High iced stores charge SIS for ibis Suit, Our price 912 98 All-Wool Suits lor Men and Young Jen among these are blue serges, fioe worsteds in grey, blue and faucy plain or striped effects. Elegautly t.;i..j c,,;. v..'ii n. til r. A XT, I T I II. I 1IIIVIGU UUHOt X JM II 'T W-V IUI national isang 19 an abso u'e v safe nlans tn nut A house divided against the United btates Government examines regularly all National Banks. I stores, Our prije and bat free $9.98 ;nd Ask our patrons how we treat THEM. JrlaS, Harrow Farm TrrmlJntS. X" Its time ti Implements and our stock before inking of tbese it to show you We have the best makes and e 'ou inoney- HiiiW Wagons. ive a Come Stock Of O rden Td eedsi 'eDce Wire and Poultry"- linU. 0l' nd Varnishes, jC-raniteware add Tin ware. owy,1'"16- AwyBiJ to ahn. n."od. You'll 6ud our prices righ J. C.wdon, Tionesta, Pa. Mtarch Clothing Co, Luse that sets the pace both iu quality aod price. .une Selling oflen's end Boys' Suits. Suit you want is here, e day bardly pisses at this popular store that some gentleman (0Q't uo to see a &uit of the same kind that iir. M ana 00 uougni Ye receive our praise Irotu tbe people, aud never pay newspaper rom advert PC6 for tho privilege of doing our own crowing. e Sell the JIonl. We Charge the Least. tandle the best Clothing because we have been manufacturers rj0t'for years aod know that high prices don't make fine clothei. of 150.000. 1100,000. CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, - Make OUR Bank Y'OUR BANK We pay liberal interest consistent with safety, 4 per ceDt. Forest County NactionaJ Ban:. TIOXKSTA, PA. Buffalo Provision Market. Buffalo, June 20. carloads. Xcwtown Mills. W. K Jones spent a few days at Allen town lantweek, returning home Friday Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Woll of Whig Hill were guests of their niece, Mrs. R. J. rlynn, Wednesday. .Mra O p' I-emmon and daughter Kay were guests of Mrs. Jas. Nmith at Kellettvllle a few days laat week. Jas. Jones of Kast Hickory vinited relatives at this place Sunday. Misses Mildred Weller, Hul- da Coy and Florence Carpenter attended church at Kellettvllle Sunday evening -Uewey Carpenter returned home from a three weeka' viBit with bis sister, Mrs, Len. Crooks, at Kast Hickory. Mr ti-MT-, .1J1u'l"!Ib "on nk of Whig Hill visited Mr. Rudolph'a sister. Mrs. John Weller, Sunday. Mrs H F. Blum and two children were guests of ber brother, Web. Miller, at Kelleltville Mr. Wheeler of Knllnttviiu .luiiJ his old friend, O. M. Coy, Sunday after noon Mr. and Mrs. Len. Crnol ..f Kast Hickory were iriiHata nf Mr. Crooks' mother over the Sabbath. WHEAT No. 1 northern $1.12': No. 2 red. $1.07. CORN No. 2 yellow. 64c afloat; No. 3 yellow, 6 1 V4 c. OATS No. 2 white. 41 14c afloat; No. 3 white. 41 V,c IU ITKR Creamery, western 2!c; sttite cresniery, fair to good, 2lfi 2.'.c. liU it Fancy blendd per bhl $r,.nn(f( fi.75; winter patent jr.2."if?n.(io. CHKKSE Choice to fancy, 15 Vic; choice, HM'.c. ICGGS State, selected while. (i24e. POT ATOFS -White, fancy, 22fr3iic; choice, 2.W30P f. o. b. t. o b. tubs, dairy, patent, family, new, nv2 per bu. How's This I We oiler One Hundred Dollars Re ward lor any case of Catarrh, that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. fv J-Chknry A Co., Props., Toledo, O. we, the undersigned, have known F.J. Choney for the last 15 years, and believe him per ectly honorable in all business transactions and linancially able to carry out any obligations made by thoir firm. kmt ,t 'I .aijx, wnolesale druggists, To ledo, o. Wauiinc, Kinnan .V Marvin, wholesale druggists, Teiedo, O. H all's Catarrh Care !s taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous aurracea or the system. Price 7iio per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi monials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. -If you are not satisfied after using ac cording to directions two-thirds of a bot tie of Chamberlaiu's Stomach and Mvnr Tablets, you can have your money back. The tablets cleanse and invigorate the stomach, Improve the digestion, regulate uuweis. mve them a trial and well. Sold bv Uii get The RUBEROID Man This picture of the RUBEROID Man is on the outside of every roll of genuine RUBEROID Roofing. There are more than 300 imitations of RUBEROID This is one of the strong est proofs of its high quality. A worthless ar ticle is never imitated. UD itzi n n m ra tt n H" tfsrk". e.g. U. i.i'al.CffieiT" Roofing RUREROID is the original ready-to-lay roofijg. It has been in use for over eighteen years. Bid many buildings are covered with RUBELCflD laid eighteen years ago. It is not only used on business buildings, birns and school houses but also on private resilentes. It comes in attractive Red, Brown and Green shades. i Write to-day for free books on roofi-igj The Standard Paint Company 100 William Street New York Branch Ollicei i Biilos. Philadelphia. Chicait. Kantai Cny. Illintl II. Paul. I Cincmnili Otatrer, Sin Fraacub. H. C. Mapes, Distributor of Ruberoid, Tionesta, Pa. One hundred Suits for Men aod Young Men all absolutely all wool io worsteds aod surges or cheviot. These Suits are broken lots aod only one or two of a kind all sizes io one or more lots. High priced stores charge $12 to $15 for the same suits, Special sale at V7.1.' Boys' Suits. Nobby Boys' all-wool serge, worsted aod cheviot Suila in all sizes. We advise quick purchase- as our lines are being rapidly sold Bat and JUM free, $1 !I8, 2 !8, 3.U8 Wash Suits. Oue thousand Wash Suits for Children in all the wanted materials for ages 2 to 8 come iD percale, gingham, galatea or bydegrade, 3!c, 980 $1 98 Specials This Week. 50o Bloomer Knee Pants, 39c. 25c Knee Pauls, 17 J. 15o Men's Black or Tan 1 lose, 7c. 15o Boys' or Girls' Hose, 7c. 15o Ladies' IIosev To. 50o Work Shirts, olio. 50c Uuderwear, 39u. 25c Balbriggan Underwear, 19c. Sale on Straw Hats, Women's New Linen C'jals, Dresses, Suits, W lists, Skirts, Ac. MONARCH CLOTHING CO. OIL CITY, PA. Oil Exchange Block, near Derrick Office. FRANKLIN, PA. Mattorn Block, 13th aud Buffalo Street. B &. B men's straw hats Men's Milan Sailors smooth Straw the most genteel Hat for conservative and careful dressers $1.00 to $4.00. Men's Sennit Sailors rough Straw the popular stvle especially for younger nien-$1.00 to $3.00.' Soft Straw llats-Maek-inaws very comfortable and self-conforming $3.00. Men's Soft Milan Straw Hats, $1.00 to $5.00. Extra rough Straw Hats faddish type for young fellows pineapple braids, etc. low crown wide brim, colored band $2.50. Panama Hats, $3.50 to $12.00. Fancv Straw Hats, BOGGS NORTH SIDE, Hat Bands for 25 & 50c. & BUHL PITTSBURGH, PA. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Coldi, Croup and WhSopinn Cough. Misses' Oxfords. We ask the attention parents to see our line MiBses' Oxfords. of of Our Oxfords Wear Aud aro made from suft leathers and formed to fit these growing feet correctly. In all leathers and styles. JOE LEVI, Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, OIL CITY, 1A. CHICHESTER S PILLS TIIK 1IAMN1 lnAM. A Thl-clipd-lf r'a IHumond TtrndY I'lIU in Ki d nl Uitld tiiruUlAV t-ixr. tea let I with H I no R1I.Imo. V Tate no othrr- liny f your " I run UL Ask fori iii.i ' DIAMOND I1KAMI IMLM, for 84 years known M Best, Safest, Always keliaM SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE