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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. I. WINK, Editor 4 promktor. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1910 Republican Ticket. STATU. Governor, JOHN K. TEN KR, Washington County. Lieutenant Governor, JOHN M. REYNOLDS, Bedford County. Secretary of Internal Affaire, HENRY HOUCK, Lebanon County. State Treaourer, C. FRED WRIGHT, Susquehanna County. Wl'NTV. Congress, JOSEPH C. SIBLEY, Venango County. State Senate, J. K. P. HALL, Elk County. Assembly, W. J. CAMPBELL, Tioneata Borough. REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE MEETING Hon. Charles A. Randall Re-clccled Chairman fur the Ensiling Year. The newly elected Republican County Committee o I Forest Couuty met at the court bouse, Tionesta, June 30, 11)10, pur suant to call of the Chairman, and pro ceeded to organize for the approaching campaign. Out of the 17 districts in the county 14 were represented, either by the duly accredited members or their proxies. The meeting was called to order promptly at 2 o'clock p. in. by Chairman Kandall, and Dr. W. O. Morrow, of West Hickory, was made temporary chairman, and Leon Watson, of Kellettville, tem porary secretary. The roll ot members was called and the following responded. Baruett Tp-W. M.Coon, Clarington; J. C. Lvous, C'ooksliurg; S. R, t'roasmuu, Kedclvire. Green Twp M. C. Jones, Nebraska; Ed. Weist, Uuitonville. Harmony Twp Wm. G. Morrow, West Hickory; Yogle Farm (no election of committeeman, vole being a lie). Hickory Twp W. O. Fuellhart, proxy for H. O. Tafl. Endeavor. Howe Twp J. S. Gildarsleeve, Brooks tou, absent; C. F. Fox, Lynch. Jenks Twp -A. Stromquist, Marien ville; John Benson, proxy lor Charles Anderson, Dubring. Kingsley Twp J. G. Richards, May burg, absent; Leon Watson, Kellettville; E K. ZueniiHll, Newtown Mills. Tionesla Twp J. B. Eden, Tionesla. Tionesta Boro-Howard Kelly, Tio uesta. The election of a Chairman for the en suing year being the first order of busi ness, Charles A, Randall and Joseph Clark, both of Tionesla, were placed in nomination. A. Stromquist and S. R. Croasmun were appointed tellers aud a ballot was taken, resulting as follows: Randall 10 voles, Clark 4 votes, and Mr. Kandall was declaiad duly elected. Harrv T. Klinestiver, treasurer of the committee for the past yens rendered his account, which was audited by Mr. Fuellbart and Mr. Kelly. The report showed receipts to the amount of f 119.2.", and disbursements amounting to ftW.Sii, leaving a balance on band of 10.00. At the conclusion of the regular order of business, Mr. Rtndall was called upon and delivered a rattling good speech In which he returned thanks for the confi dence repo-ed in him by the committee, and counselled harmony and earnest work in the campaign upon which the party is about to enter. He said be bad no axes to grind, friends to reward nor enemies to punisn, hut admonished all Republicans lo get iuto the harness and aid In the election of I lie ticket iu No vember by large majorities. Mr. Campbell, the Republican nominee lor Assembly, was caned upon lor a speech, and "responded in a few well chosen words in which he thanked his friends and the party for honoring him with the nomination, and promising bis best efforts in winning success for the whole ticket in the tall. Capt. J. J. Haiubt also responded In a short speech, and others were caueu up on, but tbe oppressive heat made a sug gestion to adjourn tbe most popular sort ot speech, so the meeting came tu a uar mnnious end. The following resolutions were unanl mously adopted by the convention ; 1st. That we, the representatives of Hie Republican party of forest county, in .convention met, hereby reatlirm our ad herence to tbe principles ol the Republi can party as enunciated in their various piatlorms, both state and national. 2d. We hereby endorse the wise and business like administration of President William H. Taft, and his persistent and successful determination to carry out tbe pledges of tbe Republican party as enun ciated in their platform. 3d. We hereby endorse the successful administration of Governor Kdwin 8. Stuart from beginning to end. He has ably and conscientiously carried out every pledge and promise to the people when elected to tbe office of governor. 4th, Forest county points with pride to the record of one of her most respected citizens, tbe Hon. Nelson P. Wheeler, member of Congress from the 28th dis trict of Pennsylvania, believing that be faithfully and honestly served his con stituents in all their varied interests. His earnest endeavor in behalf of the old soldiers who stood up in front of tbe bat tle in their country's need is commenda ble. Faithfulness to every trust and true to his constituents was the height of bla ambition, and though defeated fur renom inalion he no doubt feels grateful to the many loyal friends in bis home county, and throughout the district as well, who ave him their earnest support. An ar dent supporter of the administration and n loyal Republic tn has been bis course, and we feel confident will be whilst rep resenting the 2Hth district in the halls of Congress. ftth. We point with pride to the record of our present member of Assembly, the Hon. A. R. Mechling, who served his constituents well and never betrayed a trust, bonest and careful in the discharge in uisauiies, iranK and fair In bis posl tion on all public questions, and as genial in adversity as in prosperity. 6th. We hereby endorse the candidates placed in nomination by the Republican party in Forest county and pledge to them one and all our earnest and hearty support. On petition of citizens of Venango, Warren, Mercer and Elk counties, of the 2Sth Congressional district, Judge Cris well of Venango has directed that an audit be made of the expense account of Hon. Joseph C. Sibley in tbe late primary cam paign, in which Mr. Sibley avers that he expended the sum of f 10,0'J8 83. The name of tbe auditor is not given in the court's order, and may be that tbe Judge intends to conduct the audit iu person. Angust 29, 1910, Bt 10 o'clock a. in., is the time set for beginning the work which is likely to consu ne several days, perbeps weeks, in its completion. Under the law i he auditor is empowered lo subpiuna witnesses in any part of the district to lestify concerning sll matters at issue. The court requires the petitioners to give bond in the sum of ."i,(HX) to cover the costs, in case the same are placed upon petitioners. . RECENT DEATHS. ARMSTRONG. George Beaty Armstrong was born In Middlesex, Meroer County, Pa., Jan, 6, 1848, and died at his home in Tionesta, July 1, 1910. When a youug man thirty years of age he came to this vicinity and has resided here ever since. He was plasterer by trade and among the best wot k men of his vocation, buildings for a radius of many miles bearing witness to bis skill aud faithfulne8. For several years be bad been atllicled with kidney trouble, but his strong will enabled him to be about ihe home and villace up to a few days of bis death. !-.r. Armstrong was msrried three times, his first wife be ing Miss Caroline Beckman, who died twenty six years ago. By this marriage there survives him one daughter, Mrs. Kmtna Bnwersox, of New Bethlehem, Pa., and one son Frank E., of Tlone-ta. His second wife was Mrs. Mary Cousins. Of this marriage two sons survive him, Andrew J., of Colvllle Wash., and Ells worth, of Tionesta. ,111s last wife was Miss Margret Huddleion, whose tender care made as comfortable as possible tbe last days of bis life. Mr. Armstrong was a member of Tionesta Lodge, No. 'M', 1. O. O. F and at the time of his death was in rank of membership the oldest member but one in the lodge. His fu neral service, conducted on Sunday, July 3, at 3 p. in. by Rev. W. O. Calhoun, was largely attended both by members of tbe order and the citizens of the community. The beautiful ritual of the 1. O. O. F. was used both at the home and in Riverside cemetery, where his body rests in peace. OKKKN. John J. Green was born at East Hick ors, Forest county, Pa.. Dec. 31, 1S18, and died at his borne at New Martiusville, W. Va. July 1. 1910, aged HI years and 6 mouths. Deceased leaves his wife.besides live children by a former marriage, namely, Mrs. Marvin Neal of Nansen, Elk county. Pa., Mrs. Harriet E. Taylor of Butcher Run, Kansas, Albert L.Green of Oklahoma, L. Banks GreenofCoalinga Calif., Miss Georgia B. Green of Mexico City, Mexico. The following brothers and sisters also survive him: Rev. A. Jackson Green, Belleaire, Mich j Joseph Green, West Hickory, Pa; Mrs. Lewis Wells, Ashville, N. Y.; Mrs. T. J. Bow man. East Hickory, Pa.; Mrs. Howie Williams, Girard, Pa.j Mrs. Mary Sager, wife of Rev. Lewis Sager, Niagara Falls, N. Y.; and Mrs. Eleuor Mix, Tidioute, Pa., all of whom were present at his fu neral except A. J. Green of Belleaire, Mich. The body arrived at Hickory station on July 5th, and was taken in chatge by Rev. L. K. Phipps, who con ducted the funeral services at tbe M. E. church of East Hickory, aud the remains were laid to rest in tbe cemetery at mat place. A union of tbe choirs of East and West Hickory rendered ueauuiuiiy uie following familiar hymns at the obse quies: Jesus Lover of my Soul; What a Friend we Have in Jesus; Rock of Ages. Beautiful floral offerings were sent by Mr. and Mrs. Orion Siggins, Mrs. An drew Carnahan, Mrs. Jcilm Vail, Mr. and Mrs. F.Dgdahl, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green. The pall bearers were Homer Ball, Frauk Whitlemore, Clarence Gorman, Karl Botiebtnn and Jacob Whitlemore. Mr Green had suffered for some months with what tbe physicians pronounced cancer of the stomach and which ultimately caused his death. Being a Forest county boy be had a host of friends and acquaintances in this vicinity who will be surprised and pained to learn of his demise. Before moving to West Virginia be bad resided atTylersburg and at McCrays station near Marienville, at both of which places he had been engaged in Mercantile pur suits. In tbe communities in which he had resided be was known as one of the kindest of neighbors, ever willing to lend a helping hand in time of trouble, and loyalty lo his friends was one of his prominent characteristics. ReUiIjflc and Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Waid Irwin of RedolyfTe are visiting friends at Caledonia. Tbe drillers, Messrs. Mortimer snd Decamp, were home at Kane and Clarendon for tbe fourth. They came back Tuesday and finished the well on the Irwin farm, get ting a good gasser. Miss Mary Weaver is visiting relatives In Sheffield this week. The Greenwood Sunday school gave a picnic for the children on the fourth. Harvey Fulton spent Ihe fourth at Kane. Mrs. J. H. Barton and daughter vis ited relatives at Yoiingaville, Saturday and Sunday. Lizzie Barton spent the fourth at Buffalo, N. Y., and reports fine time. Mr. and Mrs. Agnew of Youngsville are visiting at Barton's this week. John Maze and Ernest and Frank Irwin of Cooksburg spent the fourth at Kane. Johu Beigal, Sr. and John Reigal, Jr. of Kane are helping tbe drillers tube tbe well ou the Irwin farm. The rig builders, Messrs. Hoover and Kinch, are moving the rig. Anna and Eds Campbell of Hottelvllle are visiting in Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder of Kane returned home Tuesday from Cherry Grove. James E. Irwin of Marienville visited his sisters, Mrs. Barton and Mrs. Agnew, Tuesday evening. Miss Jennie Phillips was home over the fourth. Florence Black of Hottelvllle is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Forest Campbell, at Kane. Miss Olive Lawbead of Sheffield is visiting relatives in Forest cniuty. Mr. and Mrs. John Furl ol Caledonia are guests of Mrs. Lena Irwin at Redclytfe. Miss lina Muling spent the fourth at Tylersburg. Misses Anna and Anna Gould called on Lizzie Barton, Thursday, Porkey. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Downey spent the fourth in Corry with relatives and had a fine time, returning the folio ving Tues day. Mr. Downey has not been out on a visit for some time as his position his kept bim busy and it was almost im possible for bim to get away. Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Littletield spent their fourth at Sheffield among relatives. Mrs. J. W. Littletield aud daughters, went lo Dunkiik, N. Y., to spend the fourth with relatives, but by some misunderstanding J. W. Littletield, Claud and wife arrived in Porkey the same uigbt. Mrs. Geo. Blum and children spent the fourth on tbe lease where Mr. Blum was pumping and they had a lovely time as this is a high point and the air is of the best ever. On July 2nd Miss Bertha Fair and Mao Spencer were married at Shellield by Squire Boiden, and did not return until Sunday afternoon. As it was tbe Sabbath the serenade was put oft until Mouday evening, when they were given a good send-oll by their friends until they made their appearance. Then the music ceased. We have before wished them joy and all good. Now we wish them in addition to this the bebt of all health and prosperity. Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Bur dick of Henrys Mills spent the fourth won me nuport lamuy and nan a nne time. M ins Delia Bloss of Shellield also came in to see her sister, and while bere was taken with the mumps. Thomas Chambers of Clarendon was bere pump ing out the oil lor tbe Standard, aud also spent bis holiday hre working on tbe pump station. He is a tine young man. lull of business and a hale fellow, well met. He went borne Friday aud re turned Saturday to pump out the stock at Cooper, five miles up the creek from here Fred Anderson, Henry Mack and Leroy Holden were here last week cleaning out one of Ihe large Iron tanks for the Standard. This tank will be in spected and if all right, it will be re- roofed. Miss Hatlie KBir and James walker were the guests of the Fair fam ily here for a few days last week and went to Cnnneaut, Ohio where they have work. Mr. and Mrs. John Mlocum or Cnn neaut, Ohio, spent the fourth with Mrs. Slocum's parent. Mr. and Mrs. Kulr Joe Turney spent Sunday with friends at Clarendon, traveling by bicycle aud re turning In the eveuing. Marian Ru pert is very proud of a new wheel ha purchased of Joe Turney, one of the South Penn power men. O. K. Rupert missed Sunday school last Sunday on account of the station running at Cooper, which required bis attention ou Saturday evening and all night. Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. ltulph Cook spent a few day lost week in town with their parents. Leon Avers of Spring Crock is vixiting at the home of Chas. Karnes. Warren Beim is moving his family and household goods from Hiekorytoouftown. A hold robbery was committed at tho hotel last Friday night, when the rooms of all the men were entered and pockets rilled. About itiO was taken. This robbery wassimilarto the one which occurred two years ago this month, when jfl.'nl was stolen. Misses Pauline Giiiser, 1 .inn's niser and Kditli Hauler of New York lire visiting at the home of K. X. Kreitler. Mrs. Frauk Young of East Hickory visited her mother, Mrs. Dorcas Thompson, over the fourth. Misses Alice Mcfullotigh, Berllia Neal and lanet Huugh returned home from Clarion State Normal one day lust week. Mr. and Mrs. Uay Cole visited relatives at Bear Lake and Fredonia, N. Y., last week. Lory Strikenburg of Clarion is visiting friends in town a few days. Marion Small is home from Pittsburg on a visit. Missltuth ltallentinc of Clarion is vis iting Mrs. Fred. Klinwtivcr. Allison Klinestiver left for Elkins, W. VaM on July 4th. Miss Hazel Myers has gone for a two weeks' visit in Oil City. Mayburgr. Mr. and Mrs. Al. VanMartvr and family spent Ihc4tli visiting friends in Newcastle. K. S. Kii'harps and Dunne llarriger at tended the ball game at Slietlield, Saturday. Finnan Cook was a Slietlield visitor on Saturday. Miss Surah Snyder was shop ping in Slietlield, Saturday. Geo. Zuber, ('lias. Donellv and Frank Krniiking spent a few nays in llutliuo and Cleveland lu-t week. Mr. and Mrs. James Brown spent the third and fourth in Erie and Celeron. Mrs. F. S. Richards. Mrs. Dunne Harrnrer and Miss Hazel Grant visited Mrs. Charles Card, at Henry's Mills, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon and family visited Mrs. Gordon s parents at Hastings over Sundav. The 4t li passed oll quietlv with . . . . I i i i:.. i.. 1 ... t e. 110 aiMilciiis nun very unit; noise, a n- family picnics were cnioved bv those iu town, but most of our inhabitants went away to hunt the glorious fourth. The bull "game plaved here on the tub between Hickory and Muybiirg resulted in the score of 8 to 4" in favor'of Mayburg. A number from Kellettville came up to sec tne game. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Richards and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Christie went to Slietlield in J. G.'s auto to attend the Wurren-Slietlleld bull game on the fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hovd spent the fourth out of town. Frank Ewing visited friends in town over Sunday, returning to Oil City on Tuesday. -Iis Mary Zuber went to Oil City Tuesday for a few weeks' visit at the V.' A. Long home. Warren Cook is home for his summer vacation, a tier a vear spent at Slippery Rock Normal. Miss Myra Homer returned home Wednesday after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Harrison Shorter, in Franklin. KellettTillo. lilanelie Hendricks is visiting friends at Crown mill Riniersburg. Mrs. J. P. Smith and children are visiting her parents at Newmuiisville. Kathleen Duuhcti- speck, who bus been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack Liverniore, nt Crown, returned home Tuesday. E. E. Duubenspeek and son Charles visited relrtives at Washington, Pa., over the fourth. Mrs. W. Curhaugh and son Earl, Sirs. 11. J. Montgomery and Herbert Watson, who have been visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. .MClvenzie, Hi .! iiiuiisYiuc, reuiriieu noiuc Saturday. C. L. rreek of Shellield spent a few duvs in town last week. Prof. J. I.. Simmons and wile are visiting relatives in Warren. George Sil.le and children of enus were guests, were guests ol Ins parent.-. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Silzle, Sr., a few days last week. A. M. Duiikle is visiting liis mother ut r-ishcr, l a. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Steele, Sun diiv. Jul v 3. Mrs. Win. lhidv and daugh ter Irene are visiting friends in Shellield. llurrv Murphv and fcdua Johnson vis ited the fat tor's brother iu Slietlield. Tiles day. Mrs. W. H. Brazee and daughters Mildred and Pearl are visiting relatives ut Kldred, Pa. H. C. Kluge visited at El- inirn, X. Y., over the fourth. Mrs. Un let! of Bradford is the guest of her son, Aloza Hnlett. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Por ter reiurued Sunday from I.amurtine, where they have been visiting the former's sister. Ed. Nelson and Arch Homer have gone to Suleni, Ohio, where they will be employed. Murguret Cunningham is visiting Mrs. O. L. Johnson Yn Shellield. II. W. Campbell, who has been ou the I'. S. S. Tennessee the past four years, is visit ing his cousin, Mrs. F. L. Nash. Mrs. Charles Bauer, who has been visiting rela tives and friends in town the past week, returned home Saturday. She was accom panied by her niece, Esther Bauer. Mr. and Mrs Karl Cutliu ami son Russell of Shellield visited relatives in town over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Clouk visit ed the former's pureuts ut Tylersburg over Suinliiv.- Ad. Bauer had his shoulder badly hurt Saturday afternoon while work ing in the Salmon Creek lumber yards. A very exciting game of ball was plaved here f'riduy afternoon, Mavburgvs. kclfott ville. The game resulted In a victory for the home team, the score being 7 toil. " The game at Tionesta, Saturday afternoon, Kel lettville vs. Pleasaiitville, resulted ill a de feat for the Kellettville team, the score be ing 9 to (i. Over $15,000,000 anually Is poured Into the coffers of those who exploit and ad vertise fake consumption cures, accord ing to a statement issued recently by the National Association for the Study and prevenfation of Tuberculosis; and for this vast sum the victims received noth ing In return, but are often permanently injured and in tbe majority of cases cheated out of the chance for a rial cure. Worse still, most of Ibis money is paid by those who can least afford it. Tbe National Association has investigated several hundred so-called "cures" and "treatments" for tuberculosis throughout the country, and finds that more than f.1,000,000 a year is beinR spent in solicit lug the patronage of the public. A bimplk rule of penmanship laid down by tbe Philadelphia Inquirer Is this: "Write any way you please, but write fast and legibly." That is tbe whole science of penmanship. Why should a pupil be taught to bold a Den in a position that seems awkward and un natural, or form letters according to anv particular standard? Lauible nenmun. ship Is all that is desired, and the pupils soon iu ue leit iree to obtain results in the wav that is most natural, is the very sensible conclusion of the Punxsutaw- uey Spirit. With the admission of Arizona and New Mexico tbe national flag will have forty-eight stars. There are but three territories left under American rule Alaska, Hawli and Porto Rico, At the rate of American immigration to the for mer it may not be long before it will be a candidate for statehood honors. It is stated that Postmaster General Hitchcock Intends to push is rapidly as possible the organization of the Postal Savings Bank system. The Postmaster Oeneral has appointed a committee of de partmental officers to prepare such blank forms and instructions as will lie needed in getting tbe system started. Teething children have more or less diarrhoea, which can be controlled by giving Cbambei Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that Is necessaiy Is to give the perscribed dose alter each operation of the bowels more than nat ural aud then castor oil to cleanse the system. It is safe aud sure, Sold by Dunn A Craig. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate tbe liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse the system, cure constipation and sick headache. Sold by Dunn & Craig. Hurry ! ! (Jet a Straw Hat before your size is gone. Prices Have Been Reduced. : G. W. ROBINSON &S0N Tim young man who engages In (arm ing, intending to devote bis best efforts to his work, is lo a posilion lo do more good in tbe world than he could in almost any other line of work. Tbe very nature of his work, together with bis environment, 111 tend to make him a good citizen, while financially he can be absolutely in dependent. Taking it from every view point, the larm oners itie nest opportunity for the young man of today. When the stomach fails to perform its functions, the bowels become deranged, the liver and tbe kidneys congested caus ing numerous diseases. Tbe stomach and liver must be restored to healthy condition and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablels cn be depended upon to do it. Easy lo take aud most effective. Sold by Dunn A Craig. DISCHARGED HAVE YOUR MONEY IN THE BANKSr THAT RAINY DAY. Out of a job is worse wnenjyou QMfb out V J! 'tiMj,,-',-:-:-'':-"v-''--v S1F TOP Nov ?2r Don't you want to start YOUR BOY into A BUSINESS OF HIS OWN, bo he can be hit) own boss? Bank $1,000 now. In 20 years, at 3 per cent, this will amount to $1,810; in 20 years, at 4 per cent, this will amount to 82, 1 HO. CAPITAL STOCK, ... $50,000. SURPLUS, ... - $100,000. Make OUR Bank YOUR BANK. We pay liberal interest consistent with Bafety, 4 per cent. Forest County NaLtionaJ Bank. TIOXEOTA, PA. 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. Hoofing RUBEROID is the original ready-to-lay roofing. It has been in use for over eighteen years, and many buildings are covered with RUBEROID laid eighteen years ago. It is not only used on business buildings, barns and school houses but also on private residences. It comes in attractive Red, Brown and Green shades. Write to-day lor free books on rooting. The Standard Paint Company 100 William Street New York Knnrli nilir.. 1 Philadelphia. Chic, Kikmi Cily, lllMli tl. Paul, " I CuKinn.li Heaver, Sm Fraautu. H. 0. Mapes, Distributor of Ruberoid, 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. BOVAIRD & CO., BRADFORD, PA. CATARRH, ASTHMA AND HAY FE VER CURED. Wm. Heater, Alleutown, Pa., writes: He suffered twelve years from Asthma aud Catarrh. Lincoln's Catarrh' Balm cured him. John MaoUregor, Bridge port, Pa., writes: That after suffering even years with Catarrh and Hay Kever, Lincoln's Catarrh Balm cured him. fiOo per jar at Bovsrd's Pharmacy. 10-19 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. V1U mm w ENGINES Write now, Plows, Harrows & Farm Implements. It's time to be tnioking of these imploiueuls and we want to show you our stock befure you buy. We have the best makes and can save you money. Kuies and Wagons. We have a Complete Stock Ofdrden Tools and Seeds, Fence Wire and Poultry Netting, Taints, Oils and Varnishes, Stoves, Grauiteware add Tin ware. Come in any time. Always glad to show you tbe goods. You'll find our prices right, also. J. C. Scowdcn, Monarch. Clothing Co. The bouse that sets the pace both iu quality and price. Purchase Sale f Women's Linen Suits and Long Coats We bought from a well-known manufacturer of high grade Suits and Inen Coats for Women and Misses over 700 Summer Coals and Suits at just HALF PKICE These goods arc value for summer goods ever o lie red. Linen Suits. Women's and Misses' Pure Linen Coat Suits, made up in double breast ed or semi fitted coat models; man nish notch collars aud revers; trimmed with mother of pearl or covered but ton; circular gore skirt with paoel front. Come in natural, tan, white and blue. Button trimmed in sever al other models These beautiful suits worth 85 to $10 Special sale at $2 !W, W W, M W Women's Long Linen Coats. Women's and Misses' Long Coals, made of linen, pongee and cloth of gull); made up in siogle breasted or double breasted auto styles; box pleated back, fancy inlaid collar fin ished with mother of pearl or cov ered buttons of same materials. Value $5 to 813 50 Special sale at 82 98. 83 DM, 85 !H Sale of Women's Dresses. Dainty one piece Dresses for Wom en and Misses; made of chambray, percale, lawn and linene; high and low neck models; some bave four in hand and bow ties. Come in plain MONARCH CLOTHING CO, OIL CITY. PA. Oil Exchange Block, near Derrick Office. o 15 H. P. Tionesta, Pa. today o (IV red at sale and are the best or figured and fancy stripes, checks and plaids. Pnautiful dresses at less than price of tbe cloth. Silo at$l.!W, 82 !W, $3 OS Lingerie and batiste one-piece dresses in white, lavender and blue; handsomely trimmed with all-over lace and embroidery on bodice, sleeves and skirt. Handsome models. SIe at 82 OH, 83 08, 85 OS Sale of Waists. 100 dozen high class beautiful lin gerie while Waists; elaborately de signed with laco and embroidery, front and back; beautiful created styles of lace yoke models; different stylos open front or back; rar- beau ties; every one a good 82 value. Sale at !)So 50 dozen white lawn waists trimmed with lace and embroidery; also cham bray and percale waists, including several styles of black lawn waists, open frout or back; 81 value. Sale at 40c Sale Of Corset Covers; Petticoats, Muslin Underwear, Girls' and Children's Coats and Dresses, Women's Kimo nas, Boys' Wash Suits, Knee Pants and Men's Wear. FRANKLIN, PA. Mattern Block, 13tb and Buffalo Street.