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You oauuot allord to take your own rlak agalmt loss by Urn, Remember that wo represent 14 OF THE BEST COMPANIES IN THE WORLD. and will be glad to call on you when you want ure insurance uiai reaiiy protects. Drop ua a card and we'll do the reHt. We are aKenta In this county (or the TITLE GUARANTY AND TRUST CO., and can furniHh security for County oIllolalH, bank olllelals, elo. C. M. AMR & JUL TIONKSTA and KELLETTVILLK.PA. 444f T il) to The Tionesta ! Pharmacy and ask for D. 6v C. i Headixche J Powders, I'ut up by the pharmacist. I A guaranteed relief. Also try Craig's Asthma Remedy, a guaranteed relief. All prescriptions are com- t pounded with the best of f care. . H. H. CRAIG, PROP. 28 Of our students in good positions since last March first, from Kaoe and Warren Colleges. Business men want our graduates. Success is Sure If yon join us. We lead io our li e. Fall Opening September 5, l'.IK). Warren ItulncH College, C. W. Smith, President, Warren, Pa. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NEW AnVKKTINK.MKNTH. Hhorlfra Sale. Joe Levi. Ad. 1 .am morn. Ad. Max Jacob. Ad. Hogg A Buhl. Ad. The PrlnlxCo. Ad. Wm. It. Jamea. Ad. KobliiHon it Sun. Ad. Win. Richards. Local. Kranklln TniHt Co. Ad. Tionesta Hardware. Ad. Smart it Hllberbern. Ad. Clarion Nurmal. Header. Kdiuboro Normal. Ixxl. Court Proclamation. Trial List. Forost County National Hank. Ad. Oil market closed at fl.HO. Is your subscription paid? You can get Hat Hopkins' store, tf Oil and gas leases, best form, for sale at this olllce. tf Landlord Pulton la putting a new roof of Paroid on the Central House. You can got lime and phosphate for your wheat at Lanaon Brotliora' mill. A. L. Coyle, M. D., eye, ear, nose and throat. Glasses lilted. Levi Building, Oil City. tf A ball team from Sivcrly won a game here Saturday from a Tionesta team by a score of 13 to 4. The Forest Brotherhood ol the M. E. church will bold a corn roast next Friday evening, on the lot at the rear of the old M. E. oburcb. All men are cordially Invited to attend. The Christian Endeavor Society will serve lue cream, cake and coffee In the basemeut of the Presbyterian church, this Weduesday evening at 7:30. Every bodycordlally invited. Charles Anderson, of Stewart Run, killed a big rattler on the Hunter Run road, near Nathaniel Emert's, last Thurs day. The snake measured about four and one-half feet and carried thirteen rattles. Fall session of Kdiuboro Normal be gins Sept. 6, 1!10. A prosperous year is expected. Free tuition to prospective teachers. Special circular and catalogue free. For particulars write John F. Big ler, Principal. It The serious drought of a month was broken in this section by a flue rain last Thursday night. All sorts of crop were greatly beneliled but the raiu did not continue lor a suthciont length of time to help the streams. If your liver Is sluggish and out of tone, aud you fee' dull, bilious, consti pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Sluinauh and Liver Tablets tonight before retiring and you will feel all right In the morning- Sold by Dunn A Fulton. In the ease of lite Forest flas Co, against J. S. Vail of West Hickory, re cently tried before Justice C. A. Randall, Invnlvinga horxedeal between the parties, Tfcjecision was rendered on Monday, the verdict being in favor of tlie defendant, Mr. Vail. Win. Richards, for many yt ars man ager of the Cook Oil Lease at Mayburg, this county, has resigned bia position on account of failing health. No successor to Mr. Richards has been named and the owner of the Inase, T. I. Collins, will look after the property for the present Mr. Richards' host of Irlends will hope that a few months of rest will completely restore him to health. ujutiiug his borne in the vicluity oflhe Fogle Farm, Har mony township. He baa been seen once and a week or so ago bla track were seen where he bad crossed the road near the White Church, headed toward the Fogle Farm. Those who expect lo attend the Oa good family reunion at East Hickory next Saturday are requested to bring their own knives, forks and spoons, but need - ot bring platea and cups, as these will be supplied. A good turnout and an enjoyable meeting are anticipated. For Sai.k. The Richards property in Tionesta, near court house, between the Joyce and Herman properties. 125 feet front, 100 feet deep; two-story house and barn, concrete walks, fruit trees, Will be sold reasonable for cash. Ad dress, Wm. Richards, Mayburg, Pa. 4t Thla section of country was visited by a hard frost last Friday night, aud early risers Saturday morning In the hill country found the roofs, fences, etc, covered with the ominous white coaling, but noue of the farmers have reported any great damage to crops, and it is pro bable most ol them have escaped serious Injury, Escalloped potatoes: Peal and slice small potatoes. Wash and place layer in baking dish, season with aalt, and put small bits of butter on the top. Continue these layera until the dish Is full. Then pour in enough milk to almost cover the potatoes, put in oven and bake three quarters of an hour. From September Physical Culture. At a bedside while taking the tem perature of a patient, Dr. Samuel C. Johnson dropped dea I Sunday, at Sharon. Angina peoloria was the cause of death, He was 67 years old and one of Sharon's leading physicians and surgeons. He ia survived by'hiw widow and live children. Dr. Johnson was born and reared toman hood at Slrattonville, Clarion county. The oonteuts of the American Review of Reviews for September cover the usual wide rangeof subjects and events of cur rent Interest, and all by the best writers aud authors ol the day, while the portraits and Illustrations were never more attract ive. No desk, centre table or library is complete without this splendid magazine. Published at 13 Astor Place, New York City. The Erie annual conference ol the Methodist Episcopal church will bold its 7 lib annual session In the Methodist church of Franklin, Rev. Robert E. Brown, pastor. The openiug session will be held Wednesday morning, September 7, and the pres iding oflicer will be Bishop Thomas U. Neely. The conference num bers about li'W ministers, aud many oth ers representing the various boards and societies of the church will be in attend ance. John Weant, of Tionesta township, lost a line yearling bull last week, pre sumably from snake poisoning. The auluial had been' missing for about a week when it was found dead in the brush in the pasture Held, last Thursday. Its hind-quarters were swollen to twice their normal size and the lleah bad sloughed oil from a spot on one leg, there being every evidence that the animal had been bitten by a rattlesnake or some other species of poisonous reptile. The Lad lea' World for September has an unusual number of good stories and interesting special articles, and Its depart ments are tilled with just such matter as the housekeeper wants. Mrs, Robert B. Mantel! (Marie Booth Russell) tells very charmingly how she and her husband have converted an old farm which they bought near New York Into a paying property. Conserving the Child Crip is the subject of a very timely paper by Mary Hampton Tallbott, and Laura A. Smith writes of The Woman Agent and How She Succeeds. The fiction is, as always. The date for the audit of the expense account of Mr. Sibley In the late Con gressiouabcampaign has been changed to the 13th of September, one week from next Tuesday. The postponement was granted by Judge Criswell at Franklin last Saturday at the request of Mr. Sib ley's attorneys, who represented that it would be impossible to make proper preparation for the audit on the 20th lust., the date originally set, A great many witnesses have been subpoenaed in all parts ol the district, aud it is thought that a week or more will be consumed in the work of the audit it ail these witnesses are to be beard. This olllce is In receipt of the annual catalogue and premium list of the Brook yllle Fair, from the press of the Brook ville Republican. As usual, the Brook ville fair promises to be a big amusement event, and the society is making big pre parations tosurpass ptevious exhibitions. The fair Ibis year will be an all day a Hair, base ball games being played within the grounds in the morning, while Capt, Winston's trained seals, the special at traction, will also give exhibitions in the forenoon. The race premiums are ex ceptionally heavy, and the usual high class premiums for stock aud farm ex hibits are offered. The dates are Septem ber 13, 14, 15 and 16. The Bc-liool vacation season closes this week, and on Monday the bell will call the pupils to work again on their studies for the ensuing term. There ia every indication lhat the approaching term will be one of the most successlul ever held in this borough. A number of new residents has been added to our town solely for the purpose of reaping the benelit of the advantages offered by our high school, besides many applications lor admission have reached the board of directors from the surrounding town ship, and It is a question if the capacity of the building is not somewhat taxed. This speaka well for the management and faculty of the school, S. P. Whitman, of Tionesta town ship, was a visitor at this olllce Saturday and gave us the particulars of a snake story which go to prove that a rattlesnake can climb a tree. While going through his pasture field on Friday Simon just about shoved his lace against a black rattier which was lying on the top rail of a pole feuce and fully six feet from the ground. It was uot an ordinary rail fence, but one of the kiud In which the poles were eighteen Inches apart and nailed to trees. The snake was partly coiled, with its head extended over the edge of the rail. Simon seized a club and knocked the reptile's head oil' with one blow. It measured three and one half feet long and ita buzzer attachment was torn oil and lost when It was hit. The annual reunion of the old 83d Pennsylvania Regiment, which was to have been bold in Meadville, has been changed to Gettysburg, Sept. 27th or 28th, on the occasion of the dedication of the state monument, Co. O, of this famous regiment was recruited here by the late Capt. Knox, and there are still a number of the surviving veterana residents of this community. The A. Cook Sons Co. have been very busily engaged the past several weeks in stalling a new mill at the mouth of Mill creek, where their old mill burned, aud il is expected tbat in a very few weeks at most the new mill will be ready for oper ation. The mill now being erected was bought from Wm. D. Shields, of Clarlug ton and Is a number one mill, When completed and running It will be first class in every particular. Clarion Demo crat. Squire G. K. Tyson, of Big Run, Jef ferson county, was presented with a fountain pen by the late Rev. C. C. Rum berger, on bis birthday three years ago, and shortly after be received it he was uufortunate enough to lose it. Recently Martin Muth fouud the pen in the tear of the squire's residence, aud returned it to the owner. The latter was agreeably surprised to fiod on cleaning and attempt ing to use it that both pen and ink were In as good condition as when lost, the three-year exposure to the elements hav ing no ill effect upon either. The jury In the case of Mrs. Emma Strail, charged with the murder of her husband, Harry Strail, of Rouseville, on July 2, 1910, rendered a verdict of ac quittal at Franklin on Tuesday last, after being out but two hours. It is evident the Jury believed the woman's story that she fired the shot In self-dofense that killed her husband. She testified to the events of the day of the murder in a cool aud collected manner and betrayed no emotion when she told of the discharge of (be revolver. She said she believed when she saw her buBband coming to ward her that he meant to kill her. Mrs, Strail also testified to her belief lhat her husband bad attempted to poison her a few weeks previous by putting poison in her coffee, and recited other attempts on her life. The Butler, Warren and Forest coun ty oil producers who are engaged in (he effort to organize a refining company which Bball put up (be price of crude oil to tl a barrel, held a lengthy meeting in Pittsburg last week and announced that they bad succeeded In selecting four of the directors of their proposed company, although they will not be formally elected for some weeks. They announced as di rectors the namea of Homer Elliott, of Wellsville, N. Y.j M. W. Everson, or Pittsburg, Joseph Scholield, of Warren, and A. N. Sutton, of Steubenville, O., none of whom except Mr. Scbofield was present at the meeting. The information was made public that the company is to be called the High Grade Oil Refilling company, and that it has a charter obtain ed in Arizona. Irvin F. Mong and John B. Mong, of Ashland township, Clarion county, were business visitors in Tionesta last Wednes day for a few houra. The former gentle man Is the Republican nominee for As sembly in his county, and we are pleased to learn, not from him, however, that bis chances for overcoming the Democratic lead In that county at the November election are mighty good, and with a united party back of him he will swing the county Into the Republican column ou the Assembly question. Mr. Mong is very highly spoken of, even by those on the opposite side of the political feuce, as a man of good, clean record in every re Bpect, and who would represent his coun ty In the legislature with credit to him self aud his constituents. And if be measures up with bis brother, John B., who was one of Clarion county's most efficient census enumerators, he's all right, and we can conscientiously recom mend him as the right man for the place. Tionesta Lodge, No. 36!, I. O. O. F., will celebrate its sixty-first anniversary by holding a harvest home basket picnic in the Court House grove, Tionesta, Sat urday, Sept. 10, 11)10. Elmer E. C'rau mer, of Pittsburg, Grand Master of Penn sylvania, has been especially invited to be present, and other good speakers have been secured. In addition to this there will be amusements to suit all tastes, the chief feature of which will be a grand froe balloon ascension and parachute leap by Prof. Robert Jewell, of Philadel phia, There w'M also be a ball game and other events. The I. O. O. F. Band, of Youngsville, Pa., will furnish music all day. Parade at 11 o'clock, picnic at 12. There will be no fakes. The committee does not want your money but desires to show a good time to Odd Fellows and their friends. The committee desires us to state that everybody, whether an Odd Fellow or not, is invited to this picnic. Odd Fellows are urged to meot the secre tary at C. M. Arner's olllce, register and receive a souvenir badge. Baskets will be checked free of cost and cared for un til called for on the grounds. Come. -On August 17tb the W. C. T. U. of Nebraska and a number of other auests met by invitation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hinderer, uear Newmans ville. The occasion being the birthday of Mrs. Hinderer, also of her friend, Mrs. Reed Weaver, many of the neighbors from nearby farms were there to help them celebrate. Both ladies received the hearty congratulations of their friends and also several nice gifts. The picnic dinner was spread on loug tables placed in the orchard aud fully one hundred en- Joyed the elegant repast. After visiting some time and watching a ball game in whlcli the fair sex seemed to be the cham pions, the party was Invited to visit our hosts' other farm, as they are the fortu nate posessors of two fine farms situated about one-half mile apart. Here arrange ments had been made for some temper ance addresses, but as no ready speakers were present, we contented ourselves by singing a few songs and soon all were homeward bound. Mr. Hinderer had provided transportation for quite a num ber and everyone present was pleased with the outing thus afforded by the kindness of Mr. and Mrs, Hinderer and sons Howard and Wesley. Must lie Vaccinated. The Tionesta Borough schools will open for the term on Monday, September 5th. It is the intention to enforce the vaccina tion law and therefore children who have not been successfully vaccinated will be excluded train the schools until a proper certificate is presonted. By order of the Board. J. J. Landkhs, President. J. C. Ukist, Secretary. PERSONAL. Miss Marie Dunn la visiting relatives In Coopers town, Pa. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James Allio, of Green township, August 27th, a son. Messrs. S. L. Vail and Joseph Green, of West Hickory, were business visitors In Tionesta Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. McGraw have gone to housekeeping In the Graham house, on May street. Mrs. Jennie Agnew has moved into the Robinson house next door north of Judge Irwin's property. Miss Ethel Clark left Monday for a two weeks' visit at the borne of her uncle, Charles F. Thomson, at Braduer. Ohio. Miss Delia Sandrock went to Cleve land, Ohio, Monday, to purchase new goods for the Sandrock millinery store. Miss Leola Thomson of Jamiosou Station returned home Monday alter a week's visit with friends at Youngsville, Pa. Misses Marie and Muriel Dunn were guests at a reception given by the Misses Reed in Oil City, last Wednesday after noon. Harold Saul, of Wilkinsburg, re turned home Tuesday after a week's visit with his friend, John Thomson, at Jamie sou Station. Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Weaver and Clitus are taking a vacation trip through York State, and will visit Toronto, Canada he fore returning. Mrs. Helen Arthur and granddaugh ter, Miss Helen Imel, visited the former's sons at Sugar Run and Ackley, Pa., dur ing tLe past week. Mrs. C. A. Randall left Saturday for a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Harvey Riser at Tarentuin, and will visit the Pittsburg exposition before returning. Mrs. S. A. Lyle and Mrs. George Paul, of Kellettville, were visitors in Tionesta last Wednesday and the Repub lican acknowledges a very pleasant call from the ladies. Married, at the Rural House, Tio nesta, August 21, 1!H0, by C. A. Randall, J. P.. H. C. Rogers, of Walnut Bend. Venango county, and Miss Ethel Bean, of Endeavor, Pa. Mrs. Minnie Davis, of Winchester, Ky., was a guest of Miss Genavleve Doutt during the past week, and Miss Ruth Meals, of Oil City, was Miss Doutl's guest over Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Landers returned last Wednesday from a visit In Titusville. She was accompanied by ber sister, Mrs. Mark White and daughter, Martha, of Hydetown, who were her guests for the week. -Miss Jennie Rhodes sustained a stroke of apoplexy at the County Home last Friday night and is In a critical con dition. She is aged about 55 years and is a sister of the late Augustus Rhodes, of German Hill. Peter Stubler, Jr., of Oil City, is the guest of Charles Weaver this week, and the young men are thoroughly enjoying the bass fishing. Monday they brought in a string of thirteen bass, weighing fifteen pounds. Miss Essie Soowden has gone to Pittsburg where she will take a com mercial course of study at Park Institute. Her place as one of the clerical force in the postolllce here has not yet been filled by Postmaster Jatnieson. Mrs. W. A. Shewman entertained Mrs. Leonard Agnew and daughter, Miss Alice, of Portland, and Mrs. Ross Char man of this city In compliment of Miss Edna Agnew of Tionesta, Pa., Saturday. Courier, Oregon City, Ore., lUib. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hunter and sons, Fred and Chester, of Penn Station, Pa , returned to their home last Friday, hav ing spent a couple of weeks very pleasant ly among relatives and old friends of their childhood days in Kingsley town ship. Mr. W. A. Lowman, of Marienville, and Mrs. Eva Vasbiuder, ol Port Rarnett, were united in marriage by Rev, T. W. Evans, at bis borne, on Wednesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lowman will make their borne in Marienville. Brook ville Republican. W. S. Beers, for several years jobbing in the lumber woods on the headwaters of Queen oreek for Wheeler A Dusenbury, has moved bis family to Tionesta, occupy ing the Wm. Killmer house on Vine street. He makes this move on account of the school advantages to be bad here, Mrs. F. F. Whittekin was overcome by an attack of heart failure while sitting in her pew at the Presbyterian church, during the morning service last Sunday. For some time her condition appeared to be extremely critical, but ber friends will be pleased to learn that she has rallied from the attack and is able to be about again. Mr. aud Mrs. A. B. Kelly are expect ed home tomorrow from their visit t "Killcare," near Niles, Michigan, the summer borne of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bouuer. When tbey arrived at the above place, two weeks ago, Mrs. Kelly was taken seriously ill, but she had sufficient ly recovered when last beard from to per mit her return to her home. Rev. H. A. Bailey was summoned to the bedside of his mother, near Emlenton who had sulT- red a stroke of paralysis on Friday evening last ust as she was in the aut of retiring fur the night. The ageu mother, now past 78 years, Insufficient ly revived by Saturday evening to con verse freely with the family, aud ordered her son to return to his people here and serve them as usual on the Sabbath. Al though her condition was no more sur ions at last accounts, little hope for her re covery is held out Ly the physicians. Earl Yetter returned to bis home In Kane last Saturday from a two years' stay in the oil fields at Coalinga, Cali fornia, which be reports in a flourishing coudition. He lost no time while there, haying been idle but four days in twenty two months, Including Sundays and holidays, and 12-hour tours at lhat. Coa linga has grown in the past five or six years from nothing to a population of 8,000 or more, and lias all the elements of the typical eastern oil town of 30 years ago, and then some. Il 1b four years siuce Earl first landed there, this being his second visit home in the meautime. After a month or two of rest he will return to the land where the themometer usually shows up for 115 degrees in the shade, and where a tuft of grass would be treas ured as a bouquet of rarest beauty. The last well upon which Karl drilled came in as a paying proposition, being a 10,000 barrel spooler. AVENWER FI.VDS VICTIM. Frank Ynnelli Comes From Sunny Italy to Avenge Ills Sister's Wrongs. A shooting scrape between Italians oc curred at an early hour yesterday morn ing up on the Hickory Valley railroad, owned by Wheeler A Dusenbury. The encounter took place near the end of the mad, about 11 miles above Endeavor, In Warren county. The victim is named Fortunato Cbiriano, and the- assailant ia Frank Vnnelli, both sons of Italy. Cbir iano has been employed as a trackwalker on the road for several months, and yes terday morning shortly after six o'clock was walking up the track, accompanied by two countrymen whose names we could not learn. When near the end of tbelr route a man stepped from ambush and, alter ordering 'he others to stand aside, addressed hlmslf to Cbiriano, whom be said he had come lo kill, ac cusing him of deserting his wife In the old country and leaving her destitute, the wife being a sister of Vonelli. He opine 1 fire on his victim with a 38 calibre re volver, putting a bullet through each forearm and two in the back, and then attacked him with a dirk or stiletto, in flicting several wounds, the most serious being a deep gash in the bip. Believing be bad fixed bis man, Vonelli took to the woods and Boon disappeared in the dent-e forest. Nothing has been beard from bim since, and probably no elfort will be made to apprehend him. One of the other two men got In the track of the fusillade and a bullet jusl grazed the end of his nose. Cbiriano was brought to the station at West Hickory and taken to the Oil Cify hospital, where an examination ot bis wounds disclosed the fact that none was serious, and probably three or four weeks will see bim out again. It appears that the Cbiriano has four or five brothers, and these drew lota to de termine which should go on the bloody errand of revenge, the lot falling to Frank. He said be had been bunting his victim for about three months. Kellettville. Marjory Nash visited ber grandmother, at Pigeon, a few days last week. Olive Wolfe of Blasdell, N. Y., is visit ing relatives in town. Marguretta Townsend of Long Run Is the guest of Julia Lohmeyer. Mrs. Jos. Albaugb aud children of En deavor are visiting ber mother, Mrs. Maggie Wilson. Blanche Hendricks returned from Kane, Friday, after a few days' visit with friends there. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hendrickson spent Sunday with the former's parents at Mayburg. Mr. aud Mrs. Leon Watson and daugh ter Alda, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Car baugh attended the harvest borne plcnio at Venus, Thursday, Margaret Cunningham ia visiting rela tives at Oil City. Mrs. Wm. Stover and daughter oi En deavor, are visiting relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Fred. McNaugbton of Golinza spent Sunday with Mrs. Mo Naugbton'a mother Mrs. W. H. H. Dotterrer. Edna Johnson entertained ber Sunday School class, of boys and girls, at ber home Thursday afternoon. The after noon was spent In playing games .and swinging. At 4:30 o'clock an elaborate dinner was served. The afternoon was very much enjoyed by all present. Prof, and Mrs. J. L. Simmons returned from Allegany county, Thursday, after two months' visit with relatives. Prof. Simmons will have charge of our scboo'a which beguu Monday. Dr. and Mrs. II. L. Davis and sm Kenneth are visiting bis parents at Tio nesta. Kate Guenlher left Saturday for Brookslon, where she will teach school the coming winter. Miss Foreman of Tionesta is the guest of Zora Hartman. Meda Deter ia visiting relatives at Lickingville and Fryburg. Rudolph Family Reunion. The third annual reunion of the Ru dolph family was held at the home of Mrs. R. Rudolph, at Newtown Mills, Saturday, Aug. 20, 1010. Aa it was a lovely day, the tables were set out in the yard and were soon heavily loaded with all good thlugs to eat. There were forty one of the family connections present, as follows: Mrs. R. Rudolph, John Welter and family 4, Harry Rudolph and family 5; Henry Rudolph and family 3, Miss Emma Rudolph, of Newtown Mills; W, J. Hunter and family 4, ol Penn Station, Pa.; Ed. Rudolph and lamily 4, Will Watson and family 3, Fred Rudolph, all ol Whig Hill; Arthur Rudolph and fam ily 4, grandchild David Storer and family 3, all of Endeavor. This reunion was a grand success and all will look forward to another reunion next year. Fine Prospect. The Clarion Stale Normal School will open Its twenty-fourth annual session ou Tuesday, September l.'lth. The attend ance promises to be the largest in the history of the institution. During the past five years the growth has been unus ual. It hsa an Ideal location and a fine equipment, A tine spirit characterizes the student body. If you have not al ready engaged a room belter do so at once. J. George Bocht, Principal, Clar ion, Pa. It Two daughters of George C. Priestly, Miss Hazel and Miss Bessie, were ser iously injured in au accident which hap pened to Mr. Priestly 'b fiO-horse power Fierce-Arrow auto, while driving near the city limits of Ilullulo last Friday afternoon. The car, in charge ot a chauffeur, aud occupied by the owner's son Willis and the two daughters men tioned, was en route from Wairen to Bartlesville, Okla., the home of the fami ly, and in passing a wagon the front wheels went into a ditch and the car turned turtle. The chauffeur, Otto Macon aud Willis Priestly escaped injury, but I tie girls were not so fortunate, their in juries being quite serious, although it is thought both will recover, neither being internally lojured. Miss Bessie had three ribs broken. The family were for mer residents ol Warren couuty, where Mr. Priestly h well aud very lavurably known. In buying a cough medicine, don't be afraid to gel Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. There is no danger from il and re lief is sure to lollow. Especially recom mended for coughs, colds and whooping cough. Sold by Dunn A Craig. Patton's Sun Proof Paint Has a great covering capacity and btaDds all the government tests of quality and quantity. Cheap Paints Are Cheap at any price. I'atton's Bud Proof Taint gives a 5 year guarantee that means something. Gallons, $1.75 Bovard's Pharmacy. EVP Spring and Sum mer styles on sale -Now! If anything a little hit smart er and more exclusive than usual. The h'nd you see on Paris loulevards - Fifth Avenue too. Every last and leather that a woman could fiosst'Uy want at any time. L. J. Hopkins, Tionesta, Pa. TakeoiJijourHattoHiceMrLet Us Show DLST PUMP UN tAKIfl. We Repair and Install The style pump best adapted to the location aud guarantee satisfaction. It is one thing to get a pump, but the most important is (o get the right pump for the right place. Come in and let us reason together. Tionesta Hardware. S. S. SKiWOUTII. Here We Are, At the end of one season and the beginning of another! And we are "speeding the parting guest" with a offer of 15, $16 50 and 20 Suits at $10.00. And wo are "speeding tho parting guest" with an oiler of Men's aud Young Meu's Suits in all sizes from 31 to 44, but uot all sizes in all lots, worth from ?15 to 20, for $10.00. livery Suit offered is worth every penny of the original price, whioh still remains on every garment. As every Suit is made from absolutely all-wool cloths, trimmed with the best of linings, and this season's best sellers. Medium and light colors. 50c For any SI 50 or 82 00 Straw Hat. I.... '" f cOAle. PR 4! X43 SENEGA ST. The Latest Jewelry Are shown in this store at all limes. If it's something new you will find it at this, the best Jewelry Store in North western Pennsylvania. A Complete New Stock lias just been received. When you are in the city come in and Let Us Show You 1IAKVEY FltlTZ, The Leading Jeweler, 82 SENECA St., OIL CITY, PA. -J ejeja." . YOU How easy it is to pump the water from a spring into the house and save endless amount of steps. Kveryoue admits that the Myers Pump Is superior in durability and ease of operation. $1.00 For any 82 50 or higher priced Straw Hat in stock. -TO ice CLOTHIER) OIL CITY. PA .