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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, - Editor 4 PROPRitToR. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1910 llepublloan Ticket. STATU. Governor, JOHN K. TENER, Washington County. Lieutenant Governor, JOHN M. REYNOLDS, Bedford County. Secretary of Internal A (Talis, HENRY HOUCK, Lebanon County, State TreaHurer, 0. FRED WRIGHT, Hotquebanna Couuty, f'OINTY. Congress, JOSEPH C. SIBLEY, Venango County, State Senate, J. K. P. II ALL, Elk County, Assembly, W. J. CAMPBELL, Tionesta Borough. REPUBLIC AX COMMITTEE MEETISU. In pursuance of the rules governing the Republican party ot Forest County, I hereby give notice that a meeting of the newly elected county committee of said party will be held at the court bouse, Tionesta, Pa on Thursday, June 30tb, 1910, at 2:00 o'clock p, m., for the purpose of organization for the fall campaign, and the transaction ol such other business, as may properly come before the committee. It is desired that every member of the committee be present at said meeting, C. A. Kan ha li,, Chairman. Tionesta, Pa., June 21, 1910. Arizona and New Mexico are to come into the Union of States within tbe next two years. This will mean two more stars In the shield and two more battle ships on the seas. Following storm y session of the Prohibition convention at Harrisburg last Friday, the following ticket was placed in the field: Governor, Madison F. Lark in, of Sorantnn; lieutenant gov ernor, Charles E. McConkey of Grove City: state treasurer, Irving W. Huckins, of Philadelphia; secretary of Internal affairs, Charles W. Huntington, of Wll liamsport. Judge Rued, of Jefferson county, who was holding court in that county, did rather unusual act recently. Tbe district attorney was sick and by the consent ol all parties, Judge Reed acted as the pros ecuting attorney and also as the judge. After presenting tbe case the Judge de livered bis address to the ury and then made his charge. After all of this work tbe jury disagreed. John Kimxky Tknkr, the Republican nominee for Governor, is a represen tative in Congress from tbe twenty-fourth district, and is In the banking business in Cbarleroi. He was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in 1863, and came to America in 1872. He received bis educa tion In tbe public and high schools of Pittsburg, and played professional base ball from 18S.5 to 1890. He has been en gaged in tbe banking business since 1891, in which be bas been successful. He served as Grand Exalted Ruler of the Order of Elks and was elected to tbe present Congress as the successor of Ernest F. Acbeson, whom be defeated for nomination, Tener is an Apollo in per sonal appearance, and his friends claim that be is an able, forceful and amiable man. Thanks to the action of the ruling bodies in several of our cities and towns this year's list of killed and wounded due to the usual Idiotic way of celebrating the glorious Fourth will be considerably de creased. Sense at last has triumphed over politics in forbidding tbe promis cuous sale of fireworks, and although tbe movement is not yet as widespread as it should be, tbe Impetus it has gained this year by tbe accession of New York and other places will carry it far over tbe country before another twelve months have passed away. In several towns a citizens' committee has been formed and programmes arranged that will give the people, young and old, all tbe pleasure they want and leach besides something of what tbe day means; and at its close, though there may be many tired and weary bodies, there will be none bearing tbe marks of a multilalion that means either permanent disfigurement or death. Such a celebration, taking place at Hart ford, Conn., was described In Te Ladies' World of two years ago, and this pub licity, and persistent agitallou by news papers and magazines against putting tbe deadly firecracker in tbe bands of child ren, has undoubtedly bad much to do with bringing about a better condition of things. Now let every father and moth er, in places which have not yet seeu the light, do their plain duty, which means no only not to provide firecrackers for the children or allow them to be bought, but to provide some other way of entertain ing the active little bodies and brains. "The Editor a"d the Reader," in The Ladies' World for July. Congress Adjourns, Congress ailiourned near the hour of midnight last Saturday with a record for enacting laws intended for the better ment of the condition of the com uon people never before equalled, and which will probably have no parallel In many years to oome. In the matter of reform movements, mostof which were promised in the Republican national platform, and for which President Talt stood sponsor, there were many instances of success. Chief in I lie list of legislation for which tbe Administration contended were tbe following: Striking revision of the railroad laws, including tbe creation of a commerce court. Admitting Arizona and New Mexico as separate states, Authorizing tbe establishment of postal savings banks. Giving the President unlimited au thority to withdraw public lands for con servation purposes. Providing for publicity of campaign contributions. Authorizing the issue of JJJ.OUO.OdO in certificates of indebtedness to complete reclamation projects. Creating a bureau of mines. Extending the activities of the tariff board and appropriating fcioO.OOO for its use. Looking to tbe suppression of traffic in "white slaves." Authorizing the entry of the surface of coal lands. Creating a commission to consider economics in the administration of the Federal government. Providing a new tariff system for tbe Philippines. Legislation which ultimately Is ex pected to give practical prohibition to the Hawaiian Islands. Minutes of June Argument Court. The regular session of June argument court was held last Thursday, Judge Jo seph W. Bou ton, of McKean county, pre siding for Judge Rice, who had formerly been an attorney for some of tbe parlies making the appeal from the tax assess ment. Associate Judges P. C. Hill and Samuel Aul also occupied their usual places ou the bench. The petition of Dsvid If. Henderson snd O. W. VanHorn.exectitorsnf the last will and testament of John J. Hender son, late of Barnett township, deceased, tor leave to sell real estate tor the pay ment of debts, was granted. J. C. Geist was appointed guardian for R. R. Henderson, a minor interested in tbe estateof John J. Henderson, deceased. A pluries subpoena was awarded in the divorce case of Frank Zuendel, libelant, vs. Lir.z e M. Zuendel, respondent. After bearing proofs and allegation of the Commonwealth in the case of the Commonwealth vs. HHrry York, Mrs. Jennie Putnam, prosecutor, the defend ant was discharged for the reason that no crime was charged against him when be was committed to tail. The case is one involving the non-payment of a board biil of fil 99. Tbe defendant was out on bail and was Resin arrested on tbe same charge and lodged In jail. Alter taking testimony a decree of di vorce was granted in the case of Cord ie K. Bender, libelant, vs. Robert P. Bonder. respondent. A petition of thirty -live citizens of Bar nett township for the appointment of viewers to lay out a public road in said township, to begin at a point ou the Ma ple Creek hill on tbe V. R. Coon road, at a crook in the road on the south side of Maple Creek and to end at a poiut on ssid Coon road where said road crosses the Hillings and Hall line at a distance of shout one-half mile from tbe Clarlng- ton and Redclyffe road, and vacate Riich part ot the road known as the W. R. Coon road between said points, as tbe same would be useless, wss granted. D. W. Clark was appointed artist and T.J. Rey nerand L. H. Meosch, viewers. Tbe cases of the appeals of T. D. Col lins, Tbe Central Pennsylvania Lumber Co., L. S. Clougb and estate of James Crate, from tbe assessment of taxes tor the triennial assessment for Ihe year 1910, were continued on motion or the County to Tuesday. July 20th, at 9 o'clock a. tn. From present Indications these rases will be warmly contested, as a large number of witnesses were present. The attorneys appearing in the cases are D. I. Ball, of Warren, for T. D. Collins, C. H. MoCau ley, Jr., of Williamsport, for Tbe Central rennavivania Lumner Co.. W. 1). Hinck ley, of Warren, for L 8. Clougb and tbe Crate estate; A. C. Brown. County So licitor, and W. J. Breene, of Oil City, for me Louniy. School Teaelim Elected. Tbe Tionesta township school board elected tbe following teachers for the en suing year, at their meeting held last Saturday: Hunter Station, LouiseClark; nunier nun, reari jsiuoi; ngeon Hill, George Ledebur; German Hill, Alice Ledebur; Oldlown, Blanche Wiles; Smoaey Hill, Augusta Korb; Blocber, unve yvoiic; onriver, v. w. Wolfe: Huddleson, Orion Aliio. Tbe school will open September 5th for a seven months' term. The tax levy was fixed at 12 mills for school purposes and 5 mills for build- log. The school board of Harmony town ship at a meeting held at West Hickory, Msiuruay, elected ttie following teachers for the ensuing yesr: Went Hickory, No. 1, Mary Casey; No. 2, Martha Morrow; Wo. a, no election; Irunkey vllle, Hazel Sibble; Fagundus, Mamie Engdahl, fleming hiii, jNevaua Anderson: Neill town, F. R. Shaler; Allender, Luella M. Handy; Washington, Klauche Hunter. Tbe board has about decided to establish a high school in Room No. 3 in West Hickory aud a definite decision in the matter will probably be arrived at within a week. J he schools will open Septem ber Mb for a term of eight months. The tax levy was msde 13 mills for school purposes and 10 mills for building. The school bosrd of Kingsley township at a meeting held at Kellettville last Sat urday elected the following teachers for tbe ensuing year: Kellettville, High School. J. L. Simmons. Principal: No. 1. Goldia Hill; No. 2, Lauretta Dunkle; No. 3. Blanche Hendricks; No. 4, Maude Berlin; No. 5,' Nancy C. Morrow; May burg, No. 1, Anna Blauser; No. 2, Edith Gayley; Whig Hill, Edna .uendel; Starr, Evelyu Grove; Ross Run, Verna Miller; Muzeiie, uorotuy suunk; four Mile, Anna Lease; Newtown Mills, Grace Reed; Buck Mills school atandnned and tbe scholars will be hauled to Kellettville. A room was added to the Kellettville schools and a new school established at the mill of Dunn, Landers A Co, at Four Mile. The schools will open August 29ib for a term of eight month is. The tax levy was fixed at 13 mills for school pur poses and 10 mills for building. The school board of Green township at a meeting ueici at iteurasKa last Saturday elected tbe following teachers for the en suing year: Nebraska, No. 1, Ruth Cook; No. 2, no election; Youngk, Janet Haugh; Guitonville, Belva Hoover; Goliuza, Jeiue uowoody; r lynn, Kvelyn Kiser; Hinderer, Grace Reed; Blum, Harold Zuendel; Tubbs Run, Beba Cole. Tbe length of tbe term was fixed at eight months, tbe schools to open September otn. t he tax levy was made 7 mills for school purposes. The school bosrd of Barnett township at a meeting held at Claringloii last Sat urday elected the following teachers for the ensuing yesr: Clarington, High School, R, (i. Burnham; No. 2, Anua Burnhain; No. 1, Eva llagerty; West Grove, R. D. Henderson; Greenwood, Roy S. Braden; Fitzgerald, Alice McCloskey; Redclyfle, Etta Griffin; Shippeus, Alice M. Frantz; Cook sou rg, no election. The schools will open September &th for a term of seven months. The tax levy was fixed at 13 mills for school purposes and 9 mills special. German Hill. Mrs. W. H. Shaffer, of German Hill, celebrated ber blrtbday Thursday, June 23d, by a surprise given by 'friends, namely; Mrs, Reynolds, Mrs. C. W. Gesin, Mrs. Fred Ledebur, Mrs. Henry Glassner, Mrs. Parker Kelly, Mrs. Fer dinand Wenk, Mrs. Jamea Emert, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sibble, Mrs. Henry Sibble. Mrs. W. M. Sli'llhouse, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis, Mrs. Clark, MisHes Olive Wolfe, Elva Lasliure, Edith Davis, Edith Shellbouse, Gertrude Wenk and Mr. Ky Lssbure. A bounteous dinner was served In picnic style. After dlnuer all the guests took part in the sports as they came, thus making the day bright for all. Mrs. Shatter received many use ful Kills. We join in wishing her many bright and happy returns of tbe day. Tbe young people met in tbe evening and re port having a fine time. Misses Erdie Shaffer, Elva Lasbure, Edith Shellhnuse, Edith Davis, Gertrude Wenk snd Masters Ray Lashure, Amos and Willie Shatter took baskets down to the sulphur spring Isst Thursday and eu nyed themselves eating an elaborate dinner, viewing the landscape, and play ing games of interest. Newtown Mills. Mrs. Fred Rudolph of Whig Hill visited relatives here Thursday. Mia. W. O. Blauser, Mrs. Harry Rudolph and two cm Kir en ana Mrs. u. V. Lemmou and daughter Fay were Kellettville visitors on Thursday. Leon a Thomadsen of Menry's Mills spent Saturday and Sun day with friends here. C. O. Rudolph of Endeavor spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here. Cbas. Graut ex pects to move his family to Mayburg in a lew weeks Air. and Mrs. I.eroy Urubbs and three children of Nebraska. visited Mr. Grubbs' sister, Mrs. Clarence Jones, Sunday. Mr. Wheeler of Ke lettville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Coy. Pearl Blum is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blum near Tionesta. Quite a number of our people attended the ball game at Kellett ville, Saturday afternoon. Sorry to bear uiai LiicKingviue was deieaied. Whig Hill. The extremely hot and dry weather Is certainly an extreme change from our prolonged wet spell ot recent date. A real soaking rain would be welcomed, no doubt. Hie new F. M. church, of which mention has been made several times in our papers, was dedicated last Sabbath morning without the least dilll culty whatever. Where everything is moving along in peace aud harmony, as has been the case here, and everyone woras wun a win, men an goes well. We certainly have a chapel that is a credit to any community. '1 tie money necessary was readily raised and everything passed off smoothly. Rev. M. B. Miller, District Elder, being present throughout the meeting, delivered several grand ser mons to appreciative listeners, and this is only a mild wsy of putting It. People assembled early Sunday morning, com iug from East Hickory, Endeavor, Kel lettville, May burg, Church Hill, Beaver Valley and Albaugh Hill. The Metho- rilst people are talking strong of hold ing campmeeting in their grove on the hill, in August. Tbe exact date has not yet been fixed. Sowing buckwheat seems to be the general order of things at present. Miss Dorothy Shunk is iu at tendance at Grove City College, having departed for that place on Monday, tbe 27th. Our roads are In need of some work being done. Who will start this necessary labor in operation? Kellettville. Mary Cunningham of Oil City is the guest of her brother, Jas. Cunningham. Mrs. Cbas. Andrews aud daughter Emma of Collin wood, Ohio, are the guests of Mrs. M. Andrews. Lee Trim in of Jamestown, N. Y., spent Beveral davs in town last week. Mr. aud Mrs. W. C. Silzle and daughter Rulb visited rela tives in Warren a few days last week. Ron. Spangler and Blanche Hendricks visited Iriends in Tionesta, Sunday. Margaret Lorom Is spending a few weeks at Celeron, N. Y. Mrs. Leon Watson was a Warren visitor, Tuesday. Mrs. W. A. Kribbs and Mrs. J. F. Ray and son Willard visited Mrs. Chas. Bauer in Warren, Saturdy. Mrs. W. S. Hen dricks spent a few days in Marienville last week. She was accompanied home by ber daughter, Roberta. A baby girl was born to Mr. aud Mrs. George Porter, Tuesday, the 21st. Dr. W. W. Serrill is visiting relatives at Jackson Center, Pa. M. H. Wilson and Roy Berlin vis ited friends at Jamestown, N. Y., over Sunday. Mrs. Smith and grandson Clair of Knox are guests of the former's brother, W. A. Kribbs. Tbe following school teachers were elected for Klngsley township, Saturday: Kellettville, High School, Pror. J. L. Simmons; No. 5, Miss Nannie Morrow; No. 4, Mrs. Maud Ber lin; No. 3, Miss Blanche Hendricks; No. 2, Miss Lauretta Duukle; No. 1, Miss Goldia Hill; Mayburg, No. 1, Miss Anna Blauser; No. 2, Miss Edith Gayley; Whig Hill, Miss Edna Zuendel; Starr, Miss Evelyn Grove; Ross Run, Miss Verna Miller; Muzotte, Miss Dorothy Shunk; Four M ile, Miss Anna Lease; Newtown Mills, Miss Grace Reed. Porkey. It la reported that one of our vouns ladies will be married this week and we unite in wishing ber all the joy possible li li is true, and tne same thing It it Is not true, as there is nothing mean or seilisb about our makeup. Waiter Slocum of Henry's Mills was the guest of friends here on Saturday evening, and returned borne on Sunday afternoon, riding on bis new "bike". Mrs. James Liltletield went to Dunkirk, N. Y., on Friday last accompanied by ber children, and would be joined at Hastings by Mrs. Claude Lililelield who was bound for tbe same port. Marian and Louis Rupert went to Shetiield on Tuesday of last week to visit Iheir grand-parents and returned with their mother who went out on Fri day last shopping. J. C. Welsh has a tine driving horse that is a beauty, a colt lately trained by Kribbs, tbe liveryman at Kellettville. It ia not afraid of any thing that runs tbe roads which makes it more valuable. Miss Laurella Wolfe and Mrs. E. A. Babcock of Kellettville are guests of the Welsh family at Ball towu. Jacob Wolfe, their father, is also making a visit at tbe same place. Sev eral of our young girls are looking for ward lo the lime when they can begin taking lessons in music. We expect tbeir teacher this week and we hope they will lake an Interest and not slight their practicing, as this is the road to success. A family named Shay have lately moved to Weller's which will add some more to the number of school children. The residents of that place are anxioua to have a school nearer than Sheriff but we do not tliiuk it possible. Tbe law fixes the distance that schools shall be apart. The Board of Directors generally do all in tbeir power to make it easy for tbe young to get an education and we think our board is one ol the finest ever. So do the school ma'ams: say, dou't they, Char ley? Several of the Henry's Mill ball players were here on Sunday last to play ball, also a lot or the Cooper Tract fellows. Ou Thursday evening J. C. Welsh took a party of tbe campers from Logan to Mayburg for a call on the J. G. Rich ards family. Tbe trip was made iu Welsh's White Steamer, James III, with out any serious mishap. The party con sisted of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McMichael and Neil Skelton of Shetiield, Mrs. L. J. Catlin of Jetrerson, Ohio, Miss Nellie Thurber of Sham burg, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dale, and Mr. Cbas. Grittin.ol Oil City. The evening was spent in a pleasant visit, the leading feature being tbe talent for musio exhibition by Miss Nellie Thurber, Mrs. R. C. Dile and Neil Skelton, who gave several pleasing ren ditions on tbe piano. Tbe only danger ous predicament on the whole journey was the close call to a collision with an other machiue in Ihe city limits at May- ourg; uui so near, anu yei lar enough to escape. Mr. D. Scalfaro and Miss Lena Haul) or Mayburg were at the Rupert home for a short visit on Sunday last L,asl week an old man and old woman passed through town going toward May burg looking for a job, as tbey have no oome ana nave to earn ineir own way, We did not learn thesr names but thev were pretty old looking to be walking so far. Probably were on their way rrom Beer-sheba to Dan. A party of May burg young people spent Sunday at Her mit Spring on Sunday last and bad a lovely time. There was a large crowd at the ball-game here on Sunday last and at one time there was an enormous lot of people on the loot-bridge at once. One of our natives bad to tell them not to crowd It. 1 he people that have no donation iu thing or this kind are the ones to misuse it. Tbe bridge management would like lo impress on these people's minds that only lour grown people are supposed to be on the bridge at one time. All auto drivers should go over the small bridge at Porkey run carefully, as it is very wean Biid unsale. We are much afraid that some one will get hurt by a Hying plank when tbey cross It at such high speed. Our heart stopped beating last Sunday when a large 'machine crossed It aud most all tbe planks raised up to more man a loot and settled back. Next Week We Can tell VOIl uhnill I ll ol..riniia Fourth" and its accidents. Watch lor it. i; Straw i I Hats. The popular styles for X 2 young men, middle aged X . . A. men, and older men. Straight and curled brims, Hawes Straws $2 to $3. Other makes lor less I money. Call and make selection. your tG. W. ROBINSON ASONt Fourth of July Excursions via Nickel I'lntc Road. Tickets on sale July 2d. 3d and 4th. Re turning July Stb. Ask agent. Fareand a half round trip. 17-lt lluggieti. We have several good ton buggies. some road wagons, oue one-horse two seater, one rubber tire runabout, still lo stock. Have cut tbe price ol these ve hicles way down. They must go. Want to close out my buggies, as I am away from borne. See my son II. M. Brom ley. tie uas cnarge oi me business. J.G. Buo.mluy, Tionesta, Pa. If you are not satislied after using ac cording to directions two-thirds of a bot tle of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, you can have your money back. The tablets cleanse and iuvigorate the stomach, improve tbe digestion, regulate ine bowels, uive them a trial and ge well. Sold by Dunn A Craig. i Where to Spend Tour Summer Outing. An illustrated booklet, containing list of Summer Boarding Houses and Re sorts, will be sent free. Write J, C. Mel- en backer, D. P. A.f Erie, Pa. Nickel Plate Road. 11 6-2U Lame shoulder Is almost invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles snd yields quickly to Ihe free application of Chamberlain's Liniment. This lini ment is not only prompt and effectual. but in no way disagreeable to use. Sold by Dunn s, Craig. DONT DO THAT ! YOU LL VANT 50ME 3 i Tbe money many men "fool avviiy" road to true independence Wheu one nan king bis mouey be never turns back. I. a a comfortable feeliog. CAPITAL STOCK. - - - 150.000. SURPLUS, - $100,000. Make OUR Bank YOUR BANK. We pay liberal interest consistent with safety, 4 per cent. Forest County NoLtionaJ Bank, TIONESTA, PA. Fireworks for Fourth We have a large stock of goods and all orders for private or public display should be placed early. See Our Display and Get Our Prices. H. O. Mapes, Tionesta, Pa. GAS The well-known BOVAIRD Gas Engines (on steam engine frames) are now being made in large numbers by modern labor-saving methods, thus re ducing the manufacturing costs. They are now of fered to the producers, complete with gasometer, clutch pulley, lubricator, grease cups, etc., and abso lutely guaranteed, at $140.00 & $160.00 12 H. P. 15 H. P. Write now, BOVAIRD & CO., BRADFORD, PA. Popular Music. Latest Songs Latest Walfzen Latest Instrumental, Just received, and will be sold at 25o per copy. New musio Keeelved Kaeli Week. Also McKinley' Celebrated lOo Musio iu dock. Fur sale at tbe uvcr evs Room. CHICHESTER S PILLS W4v TIIK IMAMONIt II BAM). A I..dlml M-kM 'Ilia la T.L. am llrar.l.t. Atkfnt ll. IIKk-TFRS VIAJI1MII IIKAIB 'll.l.N, fo S years known as Rest. Safest, Always RellaM. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Cold, Croup and Whooping Cough. IT in one year would start them on tbe bas once begun to travel this road by and Flags the of July. -l.r". IH.aa.ai Ilr..-A ltr n.l U.M nrulllAV nh In.. mij.. " mi h.. Ilu. V "ENGINES i Plows, Harrows & Farm i Implements. It's time to be tbiokiog of these implements and we want to show you our stock before you buy. We have the best makes and can save you money. Hiiiries and Wagons. We have a Complete Stock Of Qirden Tools and Seeds, Fence Wire and Poultry Netting, Taints, Oils and Varnishes, Stoves, Graniteware add Tin ware. Come in any time. Always glad to show you the goods. You'll find our prices right, also. J. C. Scowden, Monarch Clothing Co. The house that sets the pace both iu quality and price. Great SaJe of Men's aid Boys' Suits. The balance of the stock of Men's and Boys' Suits from L. HershhVId A liroi. great salesrooms at 622, 624.62( Broadway.New York, to be disposed of at our store. The publio must benefit by our great purchase. Men's Suits. A Hat free with every Suit sold. Men's Nobby Serge or Worsted Suits equal to custom tailored, large lapels and shoulders full, with chesty front. Pants are tbe new stylo. These beautiful suits come in all the new blue and grey shade? of plain and fancy materials, worth $18.50. We give a 84 Hat free, $12 98 Nobby styles of blue and grey or black, plain or fancy Worsted Chev iot Suits, perlect tailored and guar anteed equal to custom work. These suits cost 815 elsewhere. We give you the choice of any 82 Hat free, 8!) 98 Over one hundred Men's and Young Men's Suits from our vast as sortment of styles. Ouly one or two of a kind. They sold at $!)98. 810.98 and 81 1.98 and are bargains at $16 ou. bvery suit guaranteed a big bargain or absolutely no sale. One dollar Hats free with these beau tiful suits. Sale at 87.98 Boys' Suits. First great sacrifice of tbe season, with hat and ball free. 8198 Bliomer or Straight Pants Suits, now 8150. 82 98 Bloomer or Straight Pants Suits, now 82 50. 83 98 Bloomer Suits, now 83 50. 4 98 Bloomer Suits, now ii 98. 5 98 Bloomer Suits, now 4 50. Men's Pants. 8125 Khaki Pants 75c. 1 50 Guod Working Pants 98c. All 82 98 Trousers now 81.98. MONARCH CLOTHING CO. OIL CITY. PA. Oil Exchange Block, near Derrick Office. 2 f Tionesta, Pa. All 3 98 Trousers now 2 98. All 4 98 Trousers now 3 98. Men's Shirts. One hunJred dozen extra fine S uality Poucee or Silkoline Shirts. Jonie in tan, blue, pink, white and colors C illar attached and regular 69c Shirts. Sale at 49o Women's Summer Suits. 83.98 Summer Suits now 82 98. 4.98 Summer Suits now 3 98 5.98 Summer Suits uow 4.98. 6.98 Summer Suits now 5 98. 8.98 Summer Suits now 6 98. 10.98 Summer Suits now 8 98. Sale of Women's Dresses. We sold over 2,000 Dresses this season and offer extra epecial bargains in the fifteen hundred dresses still to be sold. They come in all styles for Women and Misses and are in lin gerie, white and colors, also linene and linon in tan and colors, 81 98, 2.98, 4 98 Girls' Dresses. Nearly sold our entire stock down to a minimum and ofTr exceptional prettV Stvles of new Hrooa Qt onofial bargain prices. Sale of Corset Covms, Pelticoals, Kimooas, Sacques, Mexican Hats, Women's Long Summer Coats and Linen Skirts, &c. One cash price. Never credit. Our prices don't warrant it. FRANKLIN, PA. Mattern Block, 13th aud Buffalo Street. "V r. 7 7