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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, COITOR 4 PKOPRItTOR. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1910 1910 OCTOBER 1910 Sun. nor.. Tiro. Weil. Tim. Frl. 5s. 77 77 77 77 77 77 T 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3l.... ...... IlfIubliaii Ticket. KTATK. Governor, JOHN K. TENER, Washington County. Lieutenant Governor, JOHN M. REYNOLDS, Bedford County. Secretary of Interna! Affairs, HENRY HOUCK, Lebanon County. 8tate Treasurer, C. FRED WRIGHT, Susquehanna County, I'Ol'NTY. Congress, PETER M. 8PEER, Venango County. State Senate, J. K. P. HALL, Elk County.' Assembly, W. J. CAMPBELL, Tionesta Borough. REPUBLICAN MEKT1XKS. Chairman Randall has arranged to hold aeries of Republican meetings through out the county ni xt week, and has fixed the following places and dates for the same: Cooksburg, Monday at the noon hour, October 17tb. Clarlngton, Monday evening, Oct. 17th. Redclylle, Tuesday at the noon hour, October 18th. Marienville, Tuesday evening, Octo ber 18th. May burg, Wednesday at the noon hour, October UHli. Kellettville, Wednesday evening, Oc tober l!th. Nebraska, Thursday at the noon hour, October 20th. West Hickory, Thursday evening, Oc tober 20th. At these meetings Hon. Peter M. Speer, Republican nominee for Congress in this district, and Wmj J. Campbell, Republi can nominee for Assembly in Forest county, will be present. It is hoped that all voters and the publio in general will turn out aud meet there candidates and bear what tbey have to say on the issues before the people. You will find Mr. Speer very entertaining, clean cut and ready speaker, perfectly frank, and abundantly able to give a good reason for the faith that is within him. Thrkb kinds of accidents may be ex pected each day: Automobile, trolley car and aeroplane. The innocent by stander baa no more show than the ulti mate consumer. President Taft's speech to the Na tional Republican League in New York was up to bis best standard. It may not satisfy his critics, but it ought to satisfy bis party aud the country. It is said that Secretary of Agriculture N. B. Critcbiield, of Harrisburg, has or dered a long list of prosecutions in var ious parts of tLe state for the sale of adulterated feeding stuffs lor livestock The prosecutious are the result ol analy ses made by the division of chemistry.. We know not how the recording angel may look upon it, but we hold that when a newspaper mau wants to get on for a day's ttshing be is justilied in stealing a little copy from his contemporaries. In auch cases there should be both re' ciprocity aud a community of iuterest. Blizzard. You're right Brother, just help yourself. Notwithstanding! the hysterical pre dictions of Colonel Wattersou to the effect that Theodore Roosevelt is plauning to Mexicanlze the United States with him self as the Diaz, you will discover that Colonel Roosevelt is for President Taft for re-election, and that Roosevelt will succeed Cbauncey Depew as senator from New York, observes the observant Punxy Spirit. Mr. Grim, who has recently gained some ootoriety by being nominated for governor ou the Demucratin ticket, evi dently has a keen sense of humor. He aald in a recent speech at Butler that he "felt confident of the election." Meaning thereby, of course, that he bad every rea son to believe that the election would oc cur with the usual result. Probably adding mentally that Mr. Grim would be in the "also ran" class. Punxy Spirit I the opinion of S'ate Highway Com tnissioner J. W. Hunter, of Harrisburg the decision of Judge F. M. Trexler, Allentown, wherein be said a township must pay its share of tho construction of a state road will do much toward clearing up disputes about the state. In this case the township tried to evade payment on the excuse that the road was not up specification. The court holds that where no protest is made at the time of accept' anoe by the state ollicer, payment must be made. Over f 100,000 will now be paid in various parts of the state. That "editorial" from the Greenvill Progress, with unmistakable Oil City earmarks, which is being distributed in circular form, la liable to have a contrary effect from that intended. Tbe attempt to make a goat ol Mr. Speer, the Republican nominee for congress, will probably prove unavailing. Blizzard. Most surely it will. And in P. M. Speer the 28th Con gressional district will have a clean, brainy representative. One wbo has no enemies to punish nor pets to reward, but who will devote bis whole energy to tbe beet Interests aod greatest welfare of all the people In bis district. STATE CANDIDATES YISIT COUNTY A Well Attended and Very Enthusiastic Meeting at the Court House, Friday Afternoon. Forest county was honored last Friday by a visit from the Republican State candidates, who arrived in Tionestaon the 11:00 o'clock train, having held a moetiug at Tituavillo on the evening be fore. Mr. Tener the Gubernatorial candi date came by way of Oil City iu an auto mobile, having been called home to at tend the centeuuial celebration at Wash ington Pa., and being uuable to reach here on the regular train. He was ao oompanied by Walter Christy, the staff correspondent of the Pittsburg Gazette Times, and by Harry S. McDevitt of the Philadelphia Press, who have been with the party since they started on their itin erary of the state. With the party was alto Hon. P. M. Speer of Oil City, the popular Republican candidate for Con gress in this district, and Win. J. Camp hill, Forest county's popular candidate for Assembly on the Republican ticket who joined the party at Irvinetou. At 2:30 p. in. the delegation marched to the court bouse where quite a large num ber bad already assembled, and when the speaking began the handsome court room was comfortably tilled, and a lare and very euthusiastio audience faced the speaker, the meeting being graced by the presence of many ladies. Chairman Randall called the meeting to order, and on account of limited time the customary organization was dispersed with, aud the County Chairman Intro duced the several speakers, the tirst be ing the stalwart and handsome figure ol Hon. John K. Tener. He stands six feet four inches, as straight as an arrow with a physique like Apollo. He received a wonderlul ovation when he stepped to the front rfihe platform. He spoke but five minutes, but in that short space said more thsn some would in au hour. Among other things he said: ':Mr. Crlm, the candidate for Governor on the Democratic ticket, has taken it up on himself to refute astateuieut of mine to l he effect that Pennsylvania is appro pril ling more than oy other state for educational purposes, and that $7,500,000 is being appropriated annually, nir. Grim is quoted assaying the appropria- ion Is f3,aoo,otio, unci is ennesvoriug io demonstrate my unfitness lor ollloe on ucb a meager pret xt. 'lnis increase". expenditure was advocated by Gov. Stuart when he was a candidate lor gov- rnor; he having plainly stated mat $5,500,000 was not sufficient. T he follow ing Legislature sgreeJ wnu ov. oiusri anil the Increase was allowed. It was al so included in the lal appropriation bill, nd Mr. Grim voted lor tins bin. mere- fore if be is quoted correctly, and I pre- ume tint he is, be evidently am uoi know what he w as voting lor. "I am not an orator and i desire to say to you that if I am elected governor my administration will not be one of oratory, but one of business. I will endeavor to gi t 100 cents' value for every dollar ol the people's money expended." The next speaker was Hon. John M. Reynolds, candidate for Lieut. Governor, who took up the tariff for a brief talk, bowing conclusively how the great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania suffers from a free trade policy, and how every industry bums with prosperity under a protective tariff. Hon, Peter M. Speer, the Republican nominee for Congress was next intro duced, and judged by the spontaneous outburst of applause with which he was received bis nomination is most cordially approved by the people in this county. His clean cut talk and frank, open style captivated the whole audience which gave him very marked attention. The time was too abort to enter upon an extended discussion of the issues involved in the campaign, and be would defer that until another date. He closed with this straightforward answer to some of bis critics: "I have been charged with being too friendly with the Standard Oil Company. This is absurd. The people ol this lo cality know how my nomination came about and those who know me best fully understsnd 1 am not toe tool or any man, set of men or any corporation, and if elected it will be my endeavor to repre sent the people ot the district without fear or layor. 1 am an attorney and 1 would not be much ot a lawyer if I did not oc casionally represent some corporation. If 1 am elected it win be my endeavor to represent every man, woman and child in the district. 1 will not represent any particular interestor interests, but will try to do my duty Impartially and for the benefit of tbe district at large." Perry A. Sbanor, a neighbor and per sonal frieud of Candidate Tener was next introduced, and for nearly bslf au hour bad his audience with him every minute, He presented statistics showing how the tinauces of the State were handled with scrupulous care, and tbe disbursement of $27,000,000 was made to tbe schools, roads and charitable Institutions. The county of Forest bad paid to Ihe State io tbe last fiscal year about fH.OOO, and iu that same year bad received from the State in re' turn over $52,0I0, nearly six limes as much as it bad paid in. This fact was quite a revelation to those who heard it. The last speaker, but by no means tbe least, was that of Prof, Henry Hotick nominee for Secretary of Internal Affairs, and who has so ably filled that office dur ing the past four years. Mr. llouck is always happy before any audience, and this occasion was no exception to the rule, He bad the large crowd in a roar of laughter Irom beginning to end. Having paid a visit to the school before going to tbe court house, tbegenial Professor, who has speut a lifetime in that work, paid very high tribute to tbe efficiency of ou schools under Principal Gill and bis able assistant, Prof. J, O. Carson. At the close of the speech making Chairman Randall invited the audience to shake bauds with Goveruor-to-be Tener and bis distinguished associates, and every one present took occasion to grasp the hand of tbe big hearted candi date and receive a kiudly word of greet ing For a comparatively impromptu afll tbe meeting was a pronounced success, Only a briel mention had been made of the coming of the candidates, because the hour at which they would arrive was un certain and could not be definite'y staled Among those from out of-town who at tended Ihe meeting and met the cam) dates were, K. L. Haugh, S. H.Secoran W. L. Thompson ol Nebraska; Congress' man Wheeler, Gus B. Kvans, W. O Fuellhart and N. P. Wheeler Jr., of En. deavor; Jonathan Albaugh of East Hick' ory. Your cough annoys you. Keep on hacking and tearing the delicate mem branes ol your throat if you want to be annoyed. But if you want relief, want to be cured, lake Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by Tionesta Pharmacy. LAYS SUICIDES TO WOMAN Or. Da Costa Says Her Invasion O' Man's Field la a Step Toward Degeneracy. Philadelphia, Oct. 11. In a papei on "Suicide," read before the Ameri lean Philosophical Society, Dr. Join ('".aimers Da Costa declared that tin Invasion of man's field of work bj women has contributed largely t suicide in this country and addet that this and other ills would in crease if women persisted in aban don I ur the home for business. "If woman continues to invad man's calling she will pay a dread fill penalty in Insanity and suicide and in the Idiocy of her progeny, and the will wreck the chief hope of civ llizntlon the clean, decent, happj home.' said the physician. "Tin bin ant and militant suffragotte (is well along on the highway of degen eration." MINISTER AT BOXING BOUT Surprises Congregation and Hia Res Ignation Follows. Pittsburp, Oct. 11. Announcement that the Rev. D. A. Green, jiastor ol Manchester Presbytei ian church had resigned wr.s followed by much : population as to the 'cause. This was set at. rest last n'ght when it was learned that several weeks ago Mr Greene was the. guest of ex-Sherifl A. C. Humbert at a six-round boxing exhibition. On all sides of the min ister, who was close to the fighters were clubmen, gamblers, pugilists and men about town. When the rumor spread that Mr Greene was at a prize fight, and as a result he will quit the church. He says his visit to the boxing bout is not the cause of his going, although the elders of the church are silent on that question. IRON MINE TO BE REOPENED E. & G. Brooke Company to Sink Shaft at Falls of French Creek. Pottstown, Pa., Oct. 11. The R. & G. Rrooke company of Birdshoro, own ers of the St. Petre's and Falls of French Creek iron mine, 12 miles from here, In Chester county, are planning to sink new shafts and reopen the mine, which has not been worked for tijany years. A rich vein of ore of the magnetic variety, yielding about 50 per cent pure iron, runs near the surface. The shafts will be sunk near the old nes, and ihe ore will be shipped to he Brooke furnaces at Birdshoro over he Elverson branch of the Wllming ton & Northern railroad. A large number of men will be era- doyed. GREAT FAIR FOR READING Business Men Plan Movement to Re organize Agricultural Society. Reading. Pa., Oct 11. A movement on foot among business men to purchase the Reading fair Rrounds, re organize the Berks County Agrlcultu- al society and give Reading a big fair on an elaborate scai3 next year. About $ 11,000 cash will be required, and of this amount $10,000 has been subscribed. The plan contemplates the purchase of the property at about $3i,0Q. to be secured by a mortgage to the present o-.vners. Members of the agricultural socety refused to discuss the plan, but admit that there is a movement on foot for a heter fair. A -ipeedway for lorses and a mile track for the promo- ion of autonmbile races Is needed, and efforts will be made to provide both. PLAN TO REVIVE FARMS Schuylkill County Capitalists Believe F.nterprise Profitable. Pottsvillc, Pa.. Oct. 11. A soil an alysis by the t'nited States govern ment of abandoned farms in this sec tion has brought such easy mean.! within reich for reclaiming these lands that many of them will be work ed nsain next year. The organization of a corporation of yVhnvlklll cntinlv rnnitnliqts for this purpose was completely last night. Assurances have been received from soil experts that the particular ele ments and fertili'.ers needed for most of these lands are very cheap and plentiful, and, with tne enormous nrlces now beint; charged for farm piodiictc, it is believed revived tracts van be worked with profit. SLAIN IN THE ROAD Waylaid and Robbed of Funds Benefit Society. of a Greensburg, Pa., Oct. 11. Highway robbers waylaid Steven Bortosh, pres ident of a Slavish benefit society, stab lied him In the neck and, after a strug gle, ten mm cteao on a lonely roan near Mt. Pleasant during the night A trail of blocd for nearly 200 yards bore evidence that the man had strug gled before parting with sick benefit funds of his society, which he is he lieveri to have carried. CHestnut Hunter Hurt. Lebanon, Pa., Oct. 11. Lee, an 18-year-old son of Harry Dettra, a pho tourapiier, was perhaps fatally in jured yesterday afternoon iu a fall from a chestnut tree at. Henna. He is ttl the Lebanon hospital suffering from a crushed skull, fractured right arm nnd Internal Injuries. Great sale of Men's and Women Suits and Rainocats at Monarch Clothing Store, Oil City. It It is in time of sudden mishap or acci dent that Chamberlain's Liniment can be relied upon to take tbe place of the family doctor, who cannot always be found at the moment. Then It is that Chamber Iain's Liniment is never found wanting In cases of sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the soreness and drives away the pain aoiu oy l lonesia rnarmacy. IT PAYS TO IN ADVERTISE THIS PAPER Terrific Rains In Mexico. Mexico City, Oct. 11. Advices from San Luis Potocl say that part of that city Is flooded and much damage has been done as a result of terrific rains. Two deaths from drowning are re ported. Heavy Smoke Hangs Over Lisbon. London, Oct. 11. A Marconlgram from the steamship Plassy received here reads iu follows: -Just passed Lisbon. Heavy smoke clouds are hanging over the town." Spoiling a Post, "lie bus been spoiled us a poet." "How so?" "A Judge recently gnve him thirty days in default of a ten dollar fine." "How does that spoil him as a poet?" "Oh, It gave him nu exaggerated Idea of the value of bis time." Pitts burg Post. Unreasonable. She-1 don't see why you should hes itate to marry on $:i,iM)0 n year. Pupa says my gowns never cost more thiin thnt. lie But. my dear, we must have something to eat. She (petulantly) Isn't that Just like a man? Always thinking of his stomach. Boston Transcript. SHERIFF'S SALE. B1 Y VIRTUE of a wrltof Levari Facias, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, and to me directed, there will bo exposed to sale by publio vendue or outcry at the Court House in the Borough of Tionesta, Pa., on MONDAY, NOV. 21, A. D. 1910, at 1:00 o'clock p. in., the following des cribed real estate, to-wit : . R. BRADEN vs. LILLIE HILLARD, A. B. HILLARD, Levari Facias, No. 5, November Term, l!U0.-( Waivers.) A. C. Brown, Attorney. All the right, title, Interest and claim f the defendants of, in and to all that ertain niece or lot of land situated and lying in tbe town of Marienville, Town- bin or JenKs. uouniy oi roresi ana State ot Pennsylvania, bounded and de scribed as follows, to-wll: On the north bv Birch street: on the south by an alley: on the east by an alley; and on tbe west by lot of Gilbert, lormeriy Known as tbe Carrie Sallade lot, as per plot of said town of Marienville, same lot front ing on Birch street, and having erected thereon a frame house aud other out- uildings. Takeu in execution and to be sold as Ihe property of Llllie Hillard and A. B. Hillard, at tbe suitor A. K. uradeu. TERMS OF SALE. The following must lie strictly complied with when the property is stricken down : 1. Wlien tne piainiiti or oiner icin cred itors become the purchaser, the costs on tho writs must be paid, and a list of liens including mortgage searches on thoprop- etty sold, together with such lien credit or's receipt for the amount of the pro ceeds of the sale or such portion thoreofas ho may claim, must be furnished the Sheriff. 2. All bids must be paid in full. 3. All sales not settled immediately will be continued until 2 o'clock p. in., of tho next dav. at which time all property not settled loi will again be put up and sold at the expense and risk of the person to whom nrst solo. See Purdon's Digest, Ninth Edition, page 4-trt and Smith's Forms, page 384. c.. iv. mn.M cuii, nimuii. Sheriffs Ot'ice. Tionesta, Pa.. October 11, 1010. JAMES HASLET, GENERAL MERCHANT, Furniture Dealer, AND UNDERTAKER. TIONESTA, PENN Fred. Grettenberger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. AU work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings and General HlacKsmiming prompt ly done at Low Rates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Rlinn In rear of and lust west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa, Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBERGER 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. ITr.d. M.rk. S.g u. S.fat.QIIlC.j' Roofing 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, barna and school houses but also on private residences. It comes in attractive Red, Brown and Greea shades. Write to-day lor tree bocks on roofing. The Standard Paint Company 100 William Street Brsr.ch Office. Bo5"1". Ptiil'dclihii. Chicigo. Kansas Cily. Illinlj SI. Paul. I Cincmn.il Denver. San Francitcg. H. O. Mapes, Distributor of Ruberoid, Tionesta, Pa. Gentlemen : The Fall and Winter WaJk-Over Shoes are here. $3.50 and $4. Also a new one, The Waldorf, 12.50. G. W. ROBINSON & SON Monuments. We am manufacturers of All Kinds of Urnnite and 9Iarble lor loiiumeu tal Purposes at a saving of 20 to 30 per cent. . Xo Agents. Oil City Granite & Marble Works J. S. Kerr, Proprietor. Established 1883. Popular Music. Latest Kong Latest Waltzes Latest Instrumental, Just received, and will be sold al 25o per copy. New music Heeelved I?aeh Week. Also McKiuley' Celebrated 10c Musio io Btock. Fur sale at the uver evs Itooni. WaJl Paper I am now io position to meet all requirements for gnnd interior deco rating of tbe latest aod up-to date designs. I have the finest collection oi over Two Thousand WALL PAPER Samples to select from. Also a stock Of Wall Paper, Paints aud Varnish. New goods aod prices right. Call and see. Supplies for a" makes of Sewing Machines. G. F. RODDA, Next Door to the Fruit Store, Elm Street, Tionesta, Pa. CATARRH, ASTHMA AND HAY FE VER CURED. Win. Heater, Allentown, Pa., writes: He Buffered twelve years from Asthma and Catarrh. Lincoln's Catarrh Halm cured htm. John MacQregor, 'ridge port, Pa., writes: That after auffnrlng seven years with Catarrh and Hay Fever, Lincoln's Catarrh lialtn cured bim. fine per jar at Bovard'a Pharmacy. 10-1!) New York vim r j f- WHEN -. Umi a Good 4tm Wffy snol mp yoWL Tvumm t a Scwk wwuL pvk not iahtcOiA GOAtMotnaMn. Xt, -- r MAYEIl ROTHSCHILD, born io Fiankforl, Germany, in 1743, and founder of the Great Holhsch 1J fortunes the greatest ou earth peddled from house to house when a hoy. He saved his money. Economy anJ INTEREST, at low rates, made this great fortune, CAPITAL STOCK, - - 150.000. SURPLUS, ... - (100,000. Make OUIl Bauk YOUR BANK. We pay liberal interest consistent with safety, 4 per cent. Forest County NaLtionod Bank, TIOJVI.STA, 1A. The Hunting Season will be on shortly ami tbo beet place to buy AMMUNITION k is at SCOWDEN'S. Tlie beet grade io all kind of Shotgun Shell, ami the beat load for this particular section. Prices the lowest, quality considered. ANY KIND OF GUN at figures that will save ynu big m iory. Come in and talk it over. Heating and and Hardware J. C. Scowdon, Monarch Clothing Co. The houae that sets the pace both iu quality and price. Great Sale of New Fall Suits For Men, For Women, For Children. Special Free Gifts. Persons purchasing Suits and Cats will please ask for a Sweater Coat. Men will ask for a new Hat with Suits or Raincoats, which is given free until Saturday only. Free. Sweater Coats free with Women's Coats and Suits till Saturday only. Women's Suits. $7 98, 8!) 98, 810.98, $12 98, 614 50 and $16.50. Women's Coats. $4 98, $7 98, S9 98, $14 50 and $lfi 50 Men's Suits. ' Hats Free. 820 00 values al $14 50. l(i.50 values at 12 98. 13.50 values at 9 98. Boys' Suits. 85 00 Suits at 82 98 3 50 Suits at 1.98 7.00 Suits at 3 98 Specials. Men's Flannelette Shirts or Night Shirts, 4!c. Men's ttlack Wool Hose, 9c. All-Wool Sweaters for Men or Women, worth 83, at 81.50. Men's Cottou Work Hose, 5o. Men's 50o Work Shirts, 39o. MONARCH CLOTHING CO, OIL CITY. PA. Oil Kxchauge Block, near Derrick Ollioe. I HERES ANOTHER MONEY TALK. IF YOU PUT YOUR MONEYinthe BANK YOU. WILL HAVE IT YOU NEED IT. fmhUotOLii&Lie in. Cooking Stoves of every description. Tionesta, Pa. FRANKLIN, PA. Matteru Block, 13th and Buffalo Street. I