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iul allord to take your own i . riiut loss by lire. Remember that we represent 14 OF THE BEST COMPANIES IN THE WORLD, ;1 will be glad to call on you when you ,iut fire Insurance Hint really pro tec Is. nip un a card and we'll do tbe reHt. We are agents In tills county for tbe TITLE GUARANTY AND TRUST CO., and can furnlHh security for County oIllolalH, bank ofllclals, elo. C. M. All & SON, TIONESTA and KELLETTVILLK.PA. Co to TJio Tionesta i Pharmacy anil ask for C. HeotdaLche Powders, J Tut up by the pharmacist. A guaranteed relief. Also try Craig's Asthma. Remedy, a guaranteed relief. All prescriptions are com- 1 pounded with the best of f l , care. H. H. CRAIG, PROP. TTTTTTTT young Men Wanted. We can place One Hundred Young Men In frond positions during tbe next two years. One Hal I road System Iibs Riven tin the assurance that they will employ all the Hlenoirraphem and Hook keepers tbat we will recommend to do good work. Tblrty live Students In good positions from our schools during tbis year. Write to us for full particulars. Warren Ilusliie College, C. W. Smith, President. Warren, Pa. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NKW ADVKUTIHKMKNTS. Joe Levi. Ad. ljumners. Ad. I). U. Blum. Ad. The Prima Co. Ad. Hoggs it liulil. Ad. Wu. I!. James, Ad. Kmart A Hllberberg. Ad. Tiouesta Hardware. Ad. Rovard's Pharmacy. Ad. Robinson it Son. Ad. and Locals. Forest County National Hank. Ad. Monarch Clothing Co, Ad. and Locals Oil market closed at $1.30. Is your subscriptioo paidT You can got it at Hopkins' store, tf Oil and gas leases, best form, for sale H tbis office. tf Ladies' and Men's Guaranteed Kid Gloves at (1. W. Robinson it Son's. It Suede Art Skins for Pillows, Deco rating, and Fancy Work. G. W. Robin son A Son. It Big Sale of Women's New Coats In fur and carlcul, at the Monarch Clothing Stores, Oil City and Franklin. It Following is the list of letters lying uncalled for in the Tiouesta, Pa., post olllce for week ending October 2d, 11)10: W. D. Dowd. J. W. Jamikson, P. M. Special sale of Hoys' Suits and Over coats from Woodbine Clothing Co., of Philadelphia, now on at the Mouarch Clothing Stores, Oil City and Franklin. A chicken supper will be given by the Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church, In the basement of the church, Friday eve ning, October 28th, Bt 6:30. Every per sou Is cordially Invited to come aud enjoy the evening. Sales Manager wanted for Forest County. Must be capable of organizing a sales force to secure subscriptions for our magazines. References required Special Agency, Natioual Sportsman 75 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 4t Charles Anderson has an overstock of cabbage aud turnips, both of Hue quality and would like to dispose ofalot for cash The lowest prices possible If taken in large lots. Come early, as it will not likely last long at the price. tf Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has become famous for its cures of c.oughs, colds, croup and Influenza. Try it when in need. It contains no harmful sub stance and always gives prompt relief. Sold by Tiouesta Pharmacy. The Philadelphia Americans are champions of the baseball world, having won four games to one for the Chicago Nationals In the world's championship series. Philadelphia's victories were by scores of 4-1, 9 3, 12 5 and 7-2. Chicago's game was won by a score of 4-3. The forty-fourth auuual session of the Forost County Teachers' Institute will be held in the opera house at Marten vllle, October 31st to November 4th, 1!10. Prominent instructors have been en gaged, there Is a promise ot a large at tendance of teachers, and the institute will no doubt be profitable to all who attend. Woman's Home Companion for No vember is a Thanksgiving number which will make its readers thankful for months to oome. The dawn of the Holiday Season Is ushered in with unusual charm. "Tbe Admiral's Niece," a bewitching serial by Kate Douglas Wiggin, Mary aud Jane Fiudluter aud Allan McAiilay, begins in tbis issue. , ... it. C a void ot liiuuk was extended to tbe teachers and pupils of tbe Borough school for tbe line potatoes contributed by them to the Brookvllle Memorial Home. There were live bushels of these potatoes, whlou were unusually fine and large, and (bey were sent, together with a barrel packed by the Corps, to the Home the past week. The Commencement Bulletin of tbe Pennsylvania State Colloge Just received contains some notable addresses. The pamphlet also oontains the proceedings of a conference of High School Princi pals o the state called to considor the relations between the public schools and the college. A copy of the bulletin limy be obtained by addressitig the Registrar, State College, Pa, J. R. Clark, the State street livery man, bought a team of steel greys Satur day from E. A. Slgging, of West Hickory that are making local horsemen take notice. One is a mare, the other a geld ing, half-brother and sister, lour and five years old. The team weighs 2,200 pounds and there are only eight pounds differ ence In their weights. The nags are city broken, remarkably doolie and natural trotters. Derrick. Harry Harp of Marlenville was a Tionesta visitor yesterday, having a wag on load of honey which be was deliver ing to customers. When he left borne he had eleven hundred pounds aboard, all of which was readily disposed of. Does any mortal want anything belter on these frosty mornings tbsn a crisp buckwheat cake with nice butter and honey accom paniment T Do youT Mrs. Harp and young son accompanied Mr, Harp on the trip, The burning on Tuesday of last week of the American Plate Glass plant at James City, three miles south of Kane, entailed a loss of nearly half a million dollars upon the owners. The plant was oneoflhe finest In tbe country and is said to have cost nearly a million dollars In Its construction and equipment. At a meeting of the directors soon after the lire It was determined to rebuild, and efforts In tbat direction will go forward without delay. "No person shall by purchase, gift or other means, furnish tobacco In any form to persons under the age of 16 years." That is the state law and Is very broad in Its scope. It was approved by the Gover nor July 10, 1U01. The punishment is a fine ol $100 or 30 days In Jail, or both. Violators of the law should take warning. The fact that boys under 1(1 are seen using tobacco is evidence that some one Is either selling tbe tobacco to the boys or else someone is giving it to them. A south bound extra freight on the Pennsylvania railroad, running at high speed lu a dense fog early Monday morn ing, struck tbe section crew's bandcar a short distance abov West Hickory, knocking tbe car clear luto the river. The crew escaped before the collision oc curred, but Frank Slvtisto, an Italian, was struck on tbe head by a flying mis sile of some sort and severely Injured. He was taken to West Hickory, where Dr. Morrow attended him, finding that bis injuries were not of a serious nature. Over at Erie tbe death watch has been placed over Alton V. Hover, under sen tence of death for murdering his wife at Atlantic, tbat county. Two men night and day have tbe sentenced man under surveillance, and every precaution Is be ing taken to prevent him taking bis life, It having been given out that Hover has declared he would never live to be ex ecuted. His attorneys It Is thought will make application to tbe board of pardons for a commutation of bis death penalty to Imprisonment for life, on the ground of Insanity, When It comes to hunting Dr. S. A. Jossop, Charles Stivason and G. Todd Dixon are bard to beat. Tbey left for Forest county on Saturday and were not due to arrive at their destination until late that afternoon. Monday morning, however, a 125 black bear was delivered by express to Harry Reynolds, and friends of tbe Nimrods as a result are yery exultant in proclaiming their prowess. Mr. Reynolds had Bruin taken to the Kittanning brewery and placed in cold storage In preparation of a big feasl. Kittanning Leader. The second game of base ball of the series between the married men and single men of Kellettville, Pa., was played Tuesday, Oct. 18th., and resulted in a 7 inning victory for the single men by the one-sided score ol II to 1. Neither side starred by any individual playing. Kays, pitching for the single men was steady throughout, while Russell, for the married men, was a little wild. Both sides were short some of their best play ers. The deciding game promises to be an interesting one, as the series stands one and one now. The date of tbe last game has not been set as yet. Samuel Bell and J. H. Campbell, of Salem township, Clarion county, were In Oil City Saturday, says tbe Derrick. These geotlemeu live in the heart of the Limestone belt of Clarion county and are engaged In cattle buying, an occupation that lakes them over a considerable por tion of the county. They report that not in 20 years have the crops been bo large or the quality better than this. In stances came under their personal obser vation where the oats yield reached 68 bushels to the acre, corn 125 and wheat 50. Potatoes, which had been backward on account of the long drought, will make a good avorage yield. Word has been received by relatives in this vicinity of the death of Mrs. Charles Logue, which occurred Monday morning, October 24, 1010, at her borne in Stanford, Kansas, after a week's Illness, She will be better remembered here as Miss Elizabeth Fidler, where for more than a year she was tbe bead waitress at tbe Hotel Weaver. She went to Kansas with an uncle shortly after Christmas and last February was united in mar riage with Mr. Logue. They were nisk lug their home on his farm near Stanford. Mrs. Logue was aged 22 years. She wss the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Fidler, of Lucinda, Clarion county where she was born and reared to worn an hood. She was a member of the M. E. church of Tylersburg and bad many friends in the community, who will learn with regret of her death. Besides her husband she Is survived by her parents, three sisters and one brother, as follows: Mrs. Henry Katnan, of German Hill, this county, aud William, Mary aud Lodemia Fidler, at borne. To the Presbyterian Basement on next Monday night You're Invited to come and witness the slRht Of goblins and witches straight from the moon, Who came down for the fair In a pumpkin balloon. Good things to eat will bo sold at small price, Fortunes be told, some leading to rice. All spooks will lemember the day and the date Next Monday evening, some time before eight. On October 20lh tbe Nebraska W. C. T, U. held an anti-narcotic meeting at the home of Mrs, Wallace Imhofl'. A very interesting program was carried out. At tbe close of the meeting a fine lunch was served by tbe committee in charge. All present report having a fine time. On the 20th tbe Nebraska W. C. T. U. will give a pie social, to which a general and cordial Invitation Is extended. Ladles please bring pies, Bass have been taking bold with a vengeance In the past week or two, ac cording to reports. Gus B. Evans, who was down Irom Endeavor, Monday, told us of a three days' catch he and Frank Witherell made at Trunkeyvllle eddy last week that is almost Btaggering In Its proportions, the number being 71, which Isjustone under the limit. They kept none under 12 inches and bad several weighing upward of 3 pounds each. We are not doubting Gus' word, which Is usually gilt edge, nevertheless there was no evidence laid on the editorial table to prove Its correctness In tbis particular instance. With the decision to meet next year at Tionesta, tbe District convention of the W. R. C. closed its meeting at Bradford Thursday. The morning session opened at 10:30 o'clock with an address of wel come by Mrs. Pearl Little. Mrs. Char lotte Cuminings of Tldioute responded. Following tbis officers were elected as follows: District president, Mrs. Pearl Little of Bradford; senior vice-president, Mrs. Minnie Watrous of Johnsonburg; junior vice-president Mrs. McCredy, of Duke Center; treasurer, Mrs. Jennie Agnew of Tionesta. Tbe meeting was then adjourned for dinner which was served by the ladies ol tbe Unlversalisl church In tbe basement of the church. Tbe afternoon session opened at 2:30 o'clock and business of importance was transacted. The Bradford Woman's Re lief Corps, No. 13. exemplified the ritual istic work. In the evening there was a camp tire at G. A. R. hall at which there were vocal and instrumental solos, and several good speeches by local orators. John Carlson, section foreman on the Hickory Valley railroad, who was re cently so seriously injured by being thrown off the top of a box car, last Sat urday a week, was 'obliged to Bubmit to the amputation of his right leg below tbe knee, tbe operation being performed at Emergency hospital, Warren, whither he had been taken following tbe accident. Mr. Carlson's escape from Instant death is little short of miraculous. He was riding on top of a freight car which was attached to tbe head of a locomotive and was being pushed at a Mow rate of speed. Carlson in some manner fell from the top of the car, alighting across the track be tween the locomotive and the box car. The engineer reversed and the wheels of the locomotive spun round and round. The engine was going so slowly that when tbe wheels came In contact with the body It was shoved ahead instesd of being crushed. As it was he sustained a fracture of the skull, cuts and bruises on tbe bead, and his right foot and ankle were so badly crushed that amputation was necessary, as above stated, in order lo save the man's life. One of the very prettily appointed and happy social functions of the season was held at the pleasant borne of Mr. aud Mrs. Wilber Decker Friday evening. It was a birthday party for Miss Pearl Decker, one of the popular young ladles ofCenterville, who upon that date had reached her eighteenth natal day. The gathering, which was in the nature of a surprise to Miss Pearl and on that account all the more interesting, was atteuded by nearly all the young people of tbe villiage, who were delightfully entertained with music, games and a finely prepared Biipper. Mr. and Mrs. Decker are among those thoughtful and sensible people who be lieve that the livesof young penpleshould be made as happy and Bs.full of sunshine as possible, for all too Boon the stern realities of life will be upon them and tbe free-from-care period will be forever past, and so tbe Decker homo is always open to the young people who are ever royally entertained. It was an evening to be long remembered with pleasure, Cen terville Cor., Titusville Herald. The Decker family were former residents of Whig Hill, this county. Kellettville. Harry Johnson of Pittsburg Is the guest of bis uncle Geo. R. Johnson. Mrs. Mary Wilkins returned from Aliens Mills Friday after a few weeks' visit with her daughter. W. J. Nourse of Mt. Jewett visited his sister, Mrs. J. C. Miller, a few days las week. Dr. C. Y, Detar. wife and children, spent Thursday In Warren. Harry Muriby and Edna Johnson drove to West Hickory. Friday. Mrs. L. A. Nurse of West Hickory was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Miller, last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Simmons of James. town, N. Y., are the guests of Rev. ami Mrs. W. E. Frampton. Mrs. E. E. Wilson and daughter Ruth spent a few days In Warreu last week, where Ruth underwent an operation on her throat and nose. We are glad to say tbat she is getting alohg nicely. Leon Watson aud sons, Willie, Frank Floyd, were in Warren Saturday, Kathleen and Paul Daunenspeck were Warren visitors Saturday. Rose Burkett of Pittsburg is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Miller. Mrs, Jas. Welch of Balltown is visiting relatives in town. Roy Paul had his arm badly cut while at work in the Salmon Creek Mill Satur day. Prof. J. L. Simmons spent Saturday In Warren. Thn pleasant purgative effect ex pur ienced by all who use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create, uiakes oue tee) oylul Sold by Tiouesta Pharmacy. PERSONAL. Miss Belle Jamleson visited friends In Warren, Saturday and Sunday. Horn, to Mr. aud Mrs. Clias, Emick, of Green township, October 21st, a sou, L. E. Osgood, of Endeavor, was a visitor in Tionesta, Thursday, and gave us a ploasanl call. Mrs. Horts returned home last Fri day, after a six weeks' visit with relatives at Sandy Lake, Pa. Mrs. P. K.Georgeand daughter, Mrs. J. B. Muse were visiting Fraukiin friends a day or so last week. Jacob Siggins and son Ralph are home from New Bethlehem for a few days' sport In tbe woods. Miss Kate Arner accompanied Miss Etta Swanson to her home in Jamestown, N. Y., Saturday, remaining over Sunday. Joseph Kelly of Pittsburg, cousin of our townsman A. H. Kelly, is here for bis annual recreation of a week In tbe game woods. Dr. Bovard reports a case of typhoid fever in the family of George Ovlalt, at Eagle Rock, whose daughter, aged about 15 years, is the patient. A. II. Kelly went to Chicago last Thursday to visit relatives for a week and incidentally take in a few of the world's championship series ball games, John Osgood, operator for the Penn sylvania railroad at Hemlock, above Warren, was home to spend Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Osgood. E. O. Henry, of West Hickory was a visitor in the city today. He was en route to St. Cloud, Fla., where he ex pects to spend the winter. Oil City Bliz zard, 20th. Messrs. George Scowden, F. O. Prenatt, Albert K. Huidekooper, W. S. Krider and W. S. Orris, motored over from Meadvllle Wednesday and took dinner at the Weaver. We regret the illness of our worthy townsman, G. W. Robinson, who has been confined to bis bod the past week, but bope with his manyfriends to see him out again In a short time. E. A. McFate, for some months past residing near Eagle Rock, expects to leave for Washington state about the 10th of November, taking bis family with him. He will be employed In lumbering. G. F. Watson, of Tionesta, Pa., who has large timber interests in California and tbis state, arrived in this city Satur day morning and will be the guest of bis danghter, Mrs. W. A.Shewman, for some time. Oregon City, Ore., Courier, 14th. Miss Ethel Clark attended the dis trict convention of the Christian En deavor Societies held In Oil City, Fridav, as a delegate from tbe Tionesta society. Miss Clark spent Saturday and Sunday as the guest ol Miss Grace McCrea at Reno. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yetter and son Earl, of Kane, and Mrs. S. M. Whitehill and Mrs. William Wilkinson of Marisn- ville, enjoyed an auto trip through this section last week, and were guests of the Repuiimchn editor's family over Wednesday night. Our friend L. G. Stover, of Siverly, dropped in long enough Saturday morn ing to say how-de-do while on bis way to visit friends at Muzette. Clyde Culmer and Daniel Brewster, also came up on the morning train to spend Sunday with relatives in tbis vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pu lien berg and Mrs. Charles Swingle of Wilkinsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Riser of Ta rentuuo, motored up through here last week in tbe former's car, enjoying sev eral days with relatives and friends In Tionesta and vicinity. Tbey left for their homes Saturday morning. Rev, Roger Cbarnock, a former Pres byterian miuister located at Pleasantville, and who has preached In Tionesta, but who Is now an ordained miuister of the Episcopal church, has been extended a call from the vestrymeu of St. Peter's Episcopal church of Butler, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John Binder, of Tl dioute, Mr. and Mrs. White and daugh ter, of Gering, Nebraska, Mr, and Mrs. Swszey, of Sag Harbor, N. Y., and Mrs. Tompsett, of Tidioute, all friends of Mrs. Charles Clark, came down from Tidioute last Friday in Mr, Binder's auto, and were guests at tbe Clark home for the day, A very pleasant surprise was teudered to Mrs. L. D. Taylor, of Church Hill, last Saturday evening by a number of her good neighbors. Tho occasion was great ly enjoyed alike by the hostess and her guests, who numbered fourteen in all ( as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaffer and daughter Etfie, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barnes aud the lattor's sister, Mr, and Mrs. Wilson King, Joseph, Delia and Bertha Barnes, Alice and Herman Has chen, aud Geo. King, liillcspic-Loiuks. The niBrriage of Miss Ora Loucks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Loucks, snd Mr. Marion F. Gillespie, took place Thursday evening, October 20tb, 1910, at the home of the bride's parents at Spring boro, Pa. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Benjamlne, of Pierpoint, Ohio. The attendants were Miss Iva Loucks, sister of the bride, and Mr. LeRoy Gillespie, brother of the groom. The bride wore a beautiful dress of whito albatross and can led a bouquet of bride's roses, while her sister, as brides maid, wore a very becoming gown of soft piuk silk mull. Following a reception to the newly wedded couple, a sumptu ous wedding supper was served to the immediate relatives. The gifts consisted of silverware, cut glass and furniture. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hull aud childien Fae, Mae and Melvyn, of Uulon City, Pa., Mrs. K. L. Black and children Verda and Frank, of Erie, Pa., and Miss Mary Wolfe, of Tio nesta, Pa. The bride is a graduate of Beaver High School and until recently held a position as teacher in Beaver township. The groom is a former Forest county young man, and now holds a pos tion as assist ant in a large lumber contract with his father, Frank Gillespie. m It is in time of sudden mishap or acci dent that Chamberlain's Liniment can be relied upon to take the place of the family doctor, who cannot always he found at the moment. Then it is that Chamber lain's Liniment is never foutid wanting. In cases of sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the soreness and drives away the pain. Sold by tiouesta 1'bariiiacv. Parade for Hallowe'en, Oct. 31st. Let us all join In a parade Hallowe'en In proper masks and have a good time, In which the ladies can paiticipate without fear of being molested or subjected to any rowdyism or disorderly conduct. I would suggest that all who are Interested In a parade of this kind meet at seven o'clock on the evening of Monday, Oct. 31st, at tbe bank corner on Elm street, in full costume and mask, where tbe line of tbe parade will be formed, lor tbe pur pose of marchl g to tbe court bouse square, then back on Elm street to Has let's corner, then return to place of start ing. Any information In reference to arrangements, or program can be had by consulting John B. Eden. No rowdyism or disorderly conduct will be tolerated, such as pulling olf masks or meddling with costumes. It would add to the cheerfulness of the parade for the people along the line of march to have their homes illuminated as much as possible. It would be a good time lor the ladies to call on their lady friends after the parade Is over. Let every one do their part to make this a pleasant and enjoyable eve ning. John B. Eden, Chief Marshal. By order ol the Burgess. A Pleasant Snrprl.se. A surprise party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Sbellhoiise, of German Hill, on Saturday evening, Octo ber 15th, lo behalf of their son Glenn, It being his seventeenth birthday. Those preseut were, Ruth, Margarete, Hazel, Elton and Ralph Blum, Katherine Hush, Melvin Hillman, Alvin Burhenn, Bertha Clark, Arthur Carson, Pearl and Monta Carll, Edith Davis, Muriel Dickrager, Alma Emert, Eva and Owen Kiser, Irvln Kelley, Alice, Beulah and George Lede bur, Elva and Raymond Lasbure, Marie and Tula Mealy, Edna and George Sib hie, Olive Wolfe, Lester Wert, Roy Zuen del and Mrs. C. W. Gesin, Mrs. Gesin entertained the crowd tbe fore part of the evening with her phonograph. After this interesting games were played and an elaborate lunch was served. All present report having a fine time. Glenn received many useful gifts. We all join In wish ing htm many more bright and happy birthdays. A Guest. Mibraska. Wesley Wolfe, of Kittanning, speut several days with Lewis Cook last week. Mrs. Bean, of East Hickory, visited her sons here last week and went to Kellettville on Sunday, Melvin Sibble spent Sunday at Porkey. Ralph Cook, of Siverly, spent Sunday here with bis parents. T. D. Collins returned borne from tbe west one day last week. Roy Combs, Chas. Reed, narold Mo Keen snd Misses Mabel Karnsand Marie McKeen attended tbe pie social at Old town on Friday evening. Ed. Neal, who has been confined to the bouse for a number of days with a sore throat, Is able to return to bis work again. Whig Hill. W.H.Schuyler and George Schuyler and wife, of Pittsburg, who have been on tbe bill for the past week trying their luck with tbe game here, leave today for their home. These people have made many warm friends bere, who are more than pleased to welcome them whene'er they choose to make their visits bere. They bave been entertained this fall at tLe borne of Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Price, Dr. E. W, Smith and wife left on Thursday last for a few weeks' visit with friends In Warren and Crawford counties. Ned Patterson and Robert Grove leave today for Emlenton, where the boys bave found employment. Mrs. Jennie Berlin, of Queen Mills, visited Mrs. L. Wolfe last week. Elva Kitfer was spending a few days tbe past week with relatives at Emlenton. We learn that tbe steam thrashing ma chine is making its return trip, soon to be with the poople bere again. The extremely line weather has taken a decided change, but we bope for more of the beautiful suushine soon. Dorothy Sliunk, accompanied by Eliz abeth Hillings, was over from Muzetteon Friday and Saturday last. "Wk bave the right to appeal to the people from the standpoint alike of na tional aud state achievement. In the last eighteen months a long list of laws em bodying legislation most heartily to be commended as combining wisdom witb progress has been enacted by Congress and approved by President Taft," said Theodore Roosevelt In a recent speech. Mr. Roosevelt wants a Republican Con gress elected and baa said so In every political Bpeech he has delivered. Do you believe in upholding biiu in this desire? Then vote for P. M. Speer, the feerless, brilliant and courageous candidate of the Republican party in tbis district. There is nothing of the blatherskite or balder dash about Speer. He's clean-handed, absolutely straight and incorruptible in all his business transactions. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, F. J. Cheney A Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F.J. Chonoy for the lasl 15 years, and boliove him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West it Traux, wholesale druggists, To ledo. O., WAI.DINO, KlNNAN it MAIIV1N, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood ami mu cous surfaces of tho system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi monials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Hoarseness in a child subject to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy is given at once or even after the crotipy cough has appeared, it will pre vent the attack. Contains no poison, Sold by Tionesta Pharmacy. MARRIED. EMERT CLARK At the reshhmce of Jacob Euiert, in Tionesta toQiship, October 20, 1010, by I). W. Clark, J. P., Willis II. Emert and Miss Bertha E, Clark, both of Tionesta township. BASKIN CLARY. At the M. E. par sonage, West Hickory, Pa., October 21, 1010, by Rev. George A. Barnard, James F. Baskin, of Htonehoro, Pa., and Mrs. Julia A. Clary, of Fagundus, Pa. FREE This 50c Jar of Palmolive Cream l-JERE'S a way to gn a jar of Palmolive Cream which we ordinarily sell (or 50c ab solutely free. Look for a "Palmolive Adver tisement" about Palmolive Soap end Palmolive Cream in the Nov. issue of Good Housekeeping, Pacific Monthly, Red Book, Woman's Home Companion, Ladies' World, Uncle Remus' Magazine. Dec. issue of People's Home Journal, Delineator, De signer, New Idea, Blue Book, Green Book. Nov. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov.5lh Salur day Evening Post. Nov. 6th Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associated Sunday Magazine. You'll see a coupon in the ad. Cut it out and bring it to this store as directed. We'll gladly give you t he free jar of cream. It's the finest cream that's made. There's nothing else like it. You ought to get this tree jar. Look (or tho coupon in the magazines. See window display. Bovard's Pharmacy. HOPKINS' STORE. It Is a Pleasure To invite our Irionds and patrons to eee such fine Autumn Merchandise Right from the factories, a? is displayed in our store at the present time. Ladies' Jfew Style Sweater Coats, Ranging in price from 50c to fi 00. And we didn't forget the misses and little tots. A Sweater will not inly keep them warm, hut will make them look just as they should look. Shoe Department. We have given this department a little more attention this season than ever he fore. Every day adds sotnethiig new and attractive In Shoes. Button, Vesting Tops, with plain toe, all widths. Pateut Leather, Uiintnetal or plain KM. uiiDan Heels, Common Sense Heels, Rubber Heels, Cushion Moles. Our Ladles' Shoe Department is ahead of any line of Shoes ever shown in the town. If you look them over you win he convinced. Come and see us. It will pay. L. J. HOPKINS. Horse Blankets, Horse Covers and Breast Covers. Single and Dmble litrrel Shot Guns. Single and Repeater Rifles. All popular size Shot and Kille Shells. Wood, (las and Oil Cooks & Heaters Roof and Building Paper. Everything to make you Tionesta Hardware. s. s. SICWORTH. We iilve "S. A II. Difference in Clothes. There are few manufactured goods in which there is so great a resem blance in first appearance and so remarkable a dilTerence iu actual worth as men's clothes. Stylish cut and a good fit count for little without durable fabric and permanent shapeliuess. Quality is the backbone of clothes satis faction after all. If you want to know tho real points of dilloreiice betweon clothes, we will be glad to instruct you, showing you tho good kiud and leaving you to make cotnpuris ins with l lie other kind wheiever you may liud it. (iood Suits aud Overcoats, $10 to Good Shirts. If you're tired of wearing cimtunti patterns or if you baveu't beeu lucky in the lit or wear of your shirts, bore is where you turu over a uew leaf. Manhattan Shirts, $1 50 to !'!. An extra value at 81. Good Hats. Shapes, colors and qualities that give you the fooling that your head is props rly taken care ot. Stetsons, SI, 85 and (. (Sole Agents). Kensington, 3. (SjIo Age:its.) Our Special, $2. mm t OAje. PRictr clotHTeErA 4!&43St:NfEA SI The Latest Jewelry Fe.ds Are shown in this atom at all times. If it's something new you will find it at this, tbe best Jewelry Store in North, western Pennsylvania. A Complete New Stock Has just been received. When you are in the city come in and Let Us Show You HARVEY IKITZ, The Leading Jeweler, 82 SENECA St.. OIL CITY, PA. Jleii'n Shoe Department. In this department Is where we think wc have the front seat. Such shoes as tbe Keath, Koyal Blue, Menzies and Douglas sre the kinds that bring the customer back for auotber pair. Soon Me Time for llubber sOOl.4. When in need come in and see us. We have anything you can want. Our prices will be the lowest. Our Coal, Clothing, Warm Coats, Haiu Coats, and Underwear all in and ready for your inspection. Ladle' llaln Coats. Iilack, biue, slate or brown, In tbe lat est style. Regular f 10 00 coats for $7 50, and f 12 00 coals for 0.50, Wby go away. Horse Blankets HORSEMEN ask for the patent 5A Bias Girth Blankets because they are the best stable blankets made. They won 't slip, or slide, or get under the horses' (eet. Tight girthing is unnecessary. VCe get them direct from factory and save you one profit. Ruy a fiA Rl Girth for tti Stable. Buy a 5A Square tor the Street. We Sell Them In Our Line comfortablo. Ureen Trading Stamp). OIL CITY. PA m