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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
4. C. WINK, IDITOK 4 PHOFRICTOR. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1810 1910 1 NOVEMBER "io Sun. He. TV. Wed. T:m. Frl. Sf. TTTTTTTTT 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 . i i 11" llepubllraii Ticket. MTATK. Governor, JOHN K. TENER, ..Washington County. .Lieutenant Governor, JOHN M. REYNOLDS, - Bedford County. Secretary of Internal Affaire, HENRY HOUCK, Lebanon County. State Treasurer, C. FRED WRR3HT. Susquehanna County, TOUNTY. ConKrexH, PETER M. 8 PEER, Venango County. State Senate, J. K. P. II ALL, Elk County. Aiweiiibly, W. J. CAMPBELL, Tionesta Borough. Hkrk ia the Republican ticket: Tener, Reynolds, Houck, Speer and Campbell. A cross (x) Id the Republican square on your ballot votes it straight, and that's what every loyal Republican will do. It doean't look an though Mr. Tener la the bad sort of man bis enemies would paint bitn, In the light of the fact that out of -I votes in his home city be received 87 when a candidate for Congress. Such an endorsement by bis neighbors should count for something. If you want a return of the old "soup house" times don't vote the Republican ticket. If you don't want the "soup house" then vote the straight Republican ticket. There is no dodging the issue. You've had experience with bnlb soup bouse sud prosperous times. Which do you prefer; Thb endorsement of Candidate Tener by Qovornor Stuart, who has given Pennsylvania one of the cleanest and best administrations the Commonwealth baa ever bad, ought to be enough to satisfy every Belf-respecting Republican in the state that Mr. Tener Is all right. Ye, Governor Stuart's endorsement "goes" with every loyal Republican who believes in absolute cleanness Id ad ministration affairs. John K. Tener, Republican candidate for Governor, in a speech at Reading on Thursday, said: "If elected I will urge the building of State roads throughout the State connect'ng county seats and cities, not an automobile road from Philadelphia to Pitlsbuig, but one that will go into every county and be main tained by the state." Splendid words from a big, brainey man, and every word will be endorsed by nine-tenths of the plain people of the state, irrespective of party. Thb old TJuited States 1 note, which disappeared from circulation iu 1S85, is to be called into service agaiu. Secretary MacVelgh has decided that the enormous demand for bills of small denomination warranted an Issue, which was authorized In 1907, but until now has never Beemed necessary. The plates, which have been preserved In the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, at Washington, will be pressed into service and, beginning at once, the notes will be Issued at the rate of f 1,200,000 a dey until the demand for small bills is met. "There can be a rebuke administered to the Republican Party for doing Its duty only through numerous Republi cans following cratly agitators into the Regular Democratic ranks of Senator Grim or into the Bolting Bryan Demo cratic ranks of Mr. Berry, We cannot imagine any great number of them fall ing Into the trap that is set for them, for the fight this year is Nation-wide and the contost leads right up to the Presidency." This statement of fact puts the case in the tersest way possible. Think it over seriously before casting your ballot. Beware of False Prophets. Again the enemy Is around advising Republicans to split their tickets lor this, that and the other reason, at the same time passing the word along the line that Democrats should stick to their ticket and win. It's the same old Democratic dodge we've beard In years agone. And in a few Instances it has worked, and worked most woefully to the detriment of honest labor and Industry throughout the whole country. You who lived through the gloomy years Irom 18!2 to 18!'7, when Democracy was in full con trol, need uot be reminded of the ruin then wrought by the free traders; bow honest labor was seeking employment but could not get it. In 1890 the Demo crats elected their Governor in Pennsyl vania. Two years later the same party elected the President and a Democratic Congress. That settled the question for the country for the next live years. Men went begging uot for bread to feed their families, but for the chance to earn It by the sweat of their brows. Do you want that state of a Hairs again If you do vote to defeat the Republican candidates next Tuesday, but if you do not, then vote your ticket straight, Mr. Republican, A straight Republican vote from Gov ernor down will save the country from the ruinous years of 92 to H7. A split ticket will surely bring these dark days baik to you. Do you want them? We guess not. Then vote the straight Republican ticket. Be loyal to yourself and your family. When the renegade comes whispering in your ear, say to him, "Get thee be hind e, Satan." "Be .ro of false prophets, which come to yon i !swp' clothing." i William J. Campbell, Republican nom inee for Assembly, and the man who de serves and should receive every Republi can vote In Forest county, "Billy" Campbell is all right and will "make good" as a member of the legislature. Give him jour loyal support, fellow Republicans. To the Republican Voters of Forest County. ' The election on next Tuesday is one of vast importance, not only to the citizens of Forest county, but to the business in terests of the entire country, and we trust that the Republican voters of For est will not lose sight of this fact. That the defeat of the Republican party at this time and t lie election of a democratic Congress, and the success ot the opposi tion to Republican principles and policies in Pennsylvania means a stagnation in business, goes without say In?. The bus iness of the country is already somewhat depressed iu anticipation of a change in the political complexion of Congress and the success of the enemies of protection in Pennsylvania. The tame arguments and scheuies are now being used that were employed by our opponents to in duce Republicans to split their tickets wbeu a change in the administration was secured during the last panic, when the business of the whole country was para lyzed and the Deinocratio party iu Con gress illlicted the country with the Wil son bill, causing the wheels of business to slop, factories, mills and manufactur ing plants to suspend operations, unem ployed labor everywhere, stringency in money, bank failures, low prices for farm products, uo money to buy, lumber a drug on the market, government bonds sold to pay the ruuning expenses of the government, and no relief until, under a Republican administration, the McKinley bill was passed and confidence restored. All our factories and manufacturing plants everywhere took on new life, all laboring men were at work, and all tbia brought about by Republican rule and Republican policies. Are the Republi cans going to take chances again, and as sist the party into power In iMO that caused such distressing times as those experienced under former Democratic rult-T Surely not, if they take time to consider the effect of such a course. The only safe w ay is for the Republi cans to weigh carefully all of the ques tions in this campaign, and not let per sonal likes and dislikes deter them from performing all their duties as electors towards the party that has al ways secu red prosperity by wise and careful legisla tion. All kinds of false rumors are afloat, but the safe and sure way ia to vote the straight Republican ticket, for have we not always been justified in this course, and are not the achievements ol the Republican party, both in peace and war, something to be proud ol? C. A. Randall, Chairman. Stuart's Indorsement of Tener. For nearly four years Edwin 8. Stuart has conducted the affairs of Pennsylvania as its chief executive. In the campaign of 1906 he was the Republican candidate for Governor. Rarely has there been a political battle such as that was. Mr. Stuart had led an honorable life, but that fact did not prevent the vlllifiers of Penn sylvania and the libelers of Philadelphia and the agitators from assailing bitn on the stump. The people were told that if elected the State would go to the dogs; that he did not own himself; that be was the candidate of "bosses," and as such must bow to them. All sorts of evils were predicted. Nut only was he the target for the coterie of political highwaymen in Phila delphia and for the hypocrites in politics everywhere to ne at, but men entirely honest In their opinions mistaken, but honest-argued and voted against him. Rudolph Blankenburg was one of those who stumped the State and did his best to defeat Stuart. William 11. Berry was active In his denunciations. What happened? The majority of the people were not to be fooled. They sup ported Stuart and he was elected. And there has followed an administration that has proved to be a model. There is, and can be, no Just criticism of the Stuart ad ministration. On the contrary, it is ad mitted even by bis former fierce oppo nents that the Republican administration Of the allairs of Pennsylvania stands without a blemish. To-day another Republican candidate, pledged to carry out the Stuart policies, is before the people, and once more the same agitation is heard throughout the State, Tener cannot own himself, tbey tell us, just as tbey said of Stuart when the latter was the candidate. Governor Stuart has won by splendid service the right to be considered a straightforward and level-headed man. He knows just what estimate to place upon the political Irothings of men with au itch to seize upon the government of Pennsylvania. He knows bow mistaken honest men may be. He is in a position, through actual experience, to size up the present situation, When Governor Stuart speaks, he speaks with sincerity, and when he presides over a Republican meeting, as lie did over the tremendous ovation to Tener, which aroused all Har risburg, he presides because he believes that it is the right and honest thing to do. W'ben he says of Tener, as be (lid in his presentation speech, "I am satisfied that he will do what be promises you he will do, and I siiy that with all sincerity," he means precisely that. Governor Stuart has confidence in Tener. And so have we. 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, take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by Tionesla Pharmacy. Tener Favors Good Roads. In a public speech before an immense aiidlense at Reading last week, Hon. John K. Tener, the Republican candidate for Governor, expressed himself positively in favor ol public road improvement through state aid, and for liberal appro priations for the same. He also, in the same speech, declared himself as emphat ically opposed to an automobile road from Philadelphia to. Pittsburg. Noth ing that Mr. Tener has said in his many speeches has so thoroughly met with the approval of the farmers and taxpayers throughout the state as these positive declarations, and undoubtedly his staud on these matters will bring him support from thousands of voters who have wait ed in vain for a similar declaration from either of the other candidates. The farmer has one great i ethod of financial salvation that of goibg directly to market with his goods and selling to the final consumer himself. The real rival of the railroad is not the auto, but the horse. Millions upon millions of tons of freight never gets put aboard the cars at all. The extension of the possible area for horse and wagon deliveries from the farm by reason of good roads is the most important Industrial development of the new century. The Improvement of highways Is ot more Importance to the farmers than all tar lira, taxes and politi cal parties combined, provided the parties in power do not pluuge the country in war or disturb the money system. The saving of time and the ability to get to market and back profitably will do more for the mass of the people than any other one improvement. Now, who can give us millions for good road? Can Grim, If elected? The House and Senate divided will never work together for the spending of millious. Tbey ought, but tbey won't. Can Berry do ii? No more than Grim can. Can Tener aud a straight Republican administration do it? Tbey cau and will. Teuer is an enthusiast on the subject. He said in bis speech: "I will urge the building of slate roads throughout the stale connecting county seats aud cities, not an automobile road from Philadel phia to Pittsburg, but one tint will go into every county and be maintained by the state." He will have back of him, If Governor, the united snpport of the Sen ate and House and the sentiment of the Commonwealth, cities and all. We shall have an era of good road-building une qualled in the history of the United States in any commonwealth. It will be money well spent; it will be money paid as taxes by railroads and otber corporations; it will be money spent among the people of the slate, and it will be the meaus of add ing to the Income of every farmer and every other citizen, The campaign slush being printed as to Tener will do no harm if it does not result iu his defeat, but if it Bbould by any miracle do bo, that slush will be in the roads all over the state In the form of sticky, clogging, profit destroying mud. The congressional district, of which Forest county is a part, will be carried by the Republicans at the coming election according to the careful collection of in formation by Success Magazine as to the probable outcome cf elections of Con gressional candidates. This means that the Elk-Mercer-Venango-Warren-Forest district will send P. M. Speer, of Oil City, to Congress. Mr. Speer is a broad minded, deep-tbinking man aud will rep resent the district in a most creditable manner. A vote for him Is a vole to sustain the policies of President Taft's splendid administration and against the free trade and ruinous Democratic pol icies. It should be borne in mind that the Keystone party, of which Wm. H. Berry Is the besd, has endorsed 21 Democratic Congressional candidates in this state, and is trying to elect them to Congress. The same party has also endorsed nearly every Demooratio Legislative candidate in the State. But not one Republican caudidate has received its endorsement, either Congressional or Legislative. Can any thinking Republican swallow this dose by voting the Keystone party ticket? Can't you see the cloven hoof of De mocracy behind it all? Think it oyer, and then vote the straight Republican ticket. In his speech at Buffalo last evening ex-President Roosevelt made this solid hit: "Fourteen years ago I was Iu Buf falo speaking in the campaign for Mr. McKinley against Bryan, and at that time our opponents held the Republicans responsible because prices were' too low. You remember that Mr. Bryan's great complaint was that we never would get wheat up to the dollar limit. Now 14 years after, the complaint is that prices are high. Our opponents play the demagogue part, for they say we are to blame tor bigh prices and that if they are put in power prices will be made low." There is food for. reflection in these words of Mr. Roosevelt. Eels Clogged Waterwheel. Employes of the flour mills; or J. A. S. Grlcss & Co., at IMtatown. Pa., made an Investigation of the cause of a decrease in the water power and found nine large eels lodged in the waterwheel. They weighed 40 pounds, the lurgest being 40 inches In length. 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 croupy cough has appeared, it will pre vent the attack. Contains no poison. Sold by Tionesta Pharmacy. TIiaiikNgivIiig Cards) Free. INo Cheap Trash, Hut 10 Ilea ii (I fit I Onesi. I want to eond free to every reader of The Keitumcan 10 beautiful, im ported, embossed, colored Tbanksgiv iog post cards, all different, without any advertising on them whatever. I do this because I waut people to koow the higb grade cards I carry at manufacturers' prices. If you prefer beautilul Christmas or New Years oards say so when you write. All I ask is that you send me 2 cents in stamps to cover postage. Address, C. T. Jolintoue, Pres., Dept. 7!', Rochester, N. Y. CANADIAN RECIPROCITY Tariff Board Making Investigations Regarding Wood Pulp Pulp Wood and Print Paper. Washington, Nov. 1. Members of the tariff boa-d are concentrating the work of Investigation on subjects re lating to Canadian reciprocity. They are making special Investiga tions In regard to wood pulp, pulp wood and print paper and their first report to the president will probably be on this subject. Next In Importance In the scheme of reciprocity are lum ber and citrous fruits. United States supplies nearly all of the citrous fruits consumed In Can ada. President Taft directed the mem bers of the tnrlfl bonrd to suspend their Investigation of thr rhemicai schedule and othT lines of search for the present and get together the nec essary Information which will be made the basis for notion looking to reci procity with Canada. The board will not entirely suspend work on the woolen fchedule, but the report will be first made on thoso schedules that relate to the Canadian trade. Pedestrian Jailed at Butler. J. McKay of Providence, R. I., who claims to bo walking from Pittsburg to Cleveland on a wager, Is In the But ler, Pa.. Jail charged with threatening to kfll Mrs. Mary Ralston, a farmer's wife. McKay Rays he was to get $100 If he walked to Cleveland In a deflnlto time and gel his meal by begging without working or raying. He start ed from Pittsburg penniless. Near Poltersville, Muddy Creek town ship, he was refused at a number of farm houses, and when he was refused by Mrs. Ralston, It is said, he drew a gun and threatened to shoot her. ITer screams were heard by Ralston hnd two farm hands, and after a chase of a mile, McKay was captured. Jus tice John Tehay of West Liberty com mitted the walker to Jail. Confirmation Police. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing accounts have been filed in my oiUce and will be presented at the next term of Court, begiuulng on the Third Monday of November, HMO, for confirmation: First and final account of Jennie Dodge, administratrix ot the estate of Frank Dodge, late of Jenks Township, Forest County, Pennsylvania, deceased. First and final account of J. A. Cropp, administrator of the estate of W. II. Cropp, late of Green Township, Forest County, Pennsylvania, deceased. J. C. GEIST, Clerk of Orphans' Court. Tionesta, Pa., October 24, l'JIO. TMAL LIST. List of causes set down for trial In the Court of Common Pleasof Forest County, Pennsvlvania, commencing on the Third Mondavof November, 1010: 1. T. D. Collins et al. vs. L. S. Clough et al. No. 5, September term, 1105, Summons in ejectment. 2. Boyd F. Winana vs. Leon Watson, A. L. Weller, No. 2, November term, 1009. Summons in rjectment. 3. Thomas K. Slater vs. Samuel Crn sier. No. 41, September term, l!K)9. Summons in assumpsit. 4. A. R. Braden vs. Leonard Agnew, No. 37, May term, 1910. Appeal from J. Attest, J. C. GEIST, Prothonotary. Tionesta, Pa., October 24, 1910. PROCLAMATION. Whereas, The Hon. W. D. Hinckley, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for the county of Forest, has issued his pre cept for holdings Court of Common Pleas. Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to commence on the Third Monday of November, boing the 21st day of November, 1910. No tice is therefore given to the Cor onor, Justices of the Peace and Con stables of said county, that they be then and there iu their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., ol said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and othor remembrances, to do those tilings which to thoir office appertain to be done, and to those w ho are bou ml i n recogn izance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be just. Given un der my band and seal this 21th day of October, A. D. 1910. S. R. MAXWELL. L.8. Sheriff. 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. e.g u. s.Pat.Qfiic.j 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 Bhades. Write to-day for free books on roofing. The Standard Paint Company 100 William Street New York Branch Ollicei fWadeliJiii. Chicait, Kansas Cny. Iilanli St. Paul. I Cincinnati Doner, Saa Francitct. H. C. Mapes, Distributor of Ruberoid, Tionesta, Pa. Ladies' Shirt Waitts for Fall. Pure Linen Waist as shown above, every one with label "Warranted Irish Linen," one style having patch pocket, Price 81 25 Good quality Linoue, assort ed styles, embroidered front, laundered collars and cuffa, Price $1.00 I G. W. ROBINSON 4 SON g Monuments. We are manufacturers of All Kinds of CSrauite and Marble for Moniinieu tal Purposes at a saving of 20 to 30 per ceDt. No Agents. Oil City Granite & Marble Works J. S. Kerr, Proprietor. Established 13. Fred. Grottonborger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil W ell Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings and General Blacksmithing prompt ly done at Low Rates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in rear of and Just west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa, Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBKRGER WaJl Paper I am now ia position to meet all requirements for good interior deco rating of the latest and opto date designs. I have the finest collection of over Two Thousand WALL PAPER Samples to select from. Also a stock Of Wall Paper, Paint and Varnish. New goods and prices right. Call and see. Supplies for all makes of Sewing Machines. G. F. RODDA, Next Door to the Fruit Store, Elm Street, Tionesta, Pa. JAMES HASLET, GENERAL MERCHANT, Furniture Dealer, AND UNDERTAKER. TIONESTA. PENN i kiiij u , THAT I'ues-IN-A WWW wm mm w r NAT. Our bank being a National Hunk, places us under Government Super vision, and guarantoos safety to every depositor. We refer those who have not dealt with us to those who HAVE. CAPITAL STOCK, - - - $50,000. SURPLUS, .... $100,000. Make OUR Bank YOUU BANK. We pay liberal interest consistent with safely, 4 per cent. Forest County NoctionoJ Bank, tiom.sta, 1A. The Hunting Season will be on shortly and (he best place to buy AMMUNITION SCO WDEN'S. The best grade in all kiod of Shotgun-Sheila, ami the best load for this particular soction. - Prices the lowest, quality considered. ANY KIND OF GUN at figures that will save you big nv)oey. Come in and talk it over. Heating and and Hardware J. C. Scowdcn, Monarch Clothing Co. The house that sets the pace both iu quality and price. BIG PURCHASE SALE - Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats. Sale Starts Wednesday, Nov. 2, and continuts 10 days only. Rea-d Our Hjxnd Bills. Notice, We bought the surplus stock ot Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats and Raincoats at half price and offer them to our customers at a price which will sell the $10,000.00 Stock within ten days, commencing Wednesday, November 2d'. Advise your Iriends and get what you want quick. This bargain came to us unexpected. Men's Suits. Worth $10 to 830. 63.98, ?rj.!J8 and $12118 Men's Overcoats. Worth $8 to $25, S3.SW, $7 5)8 and $12.98 Boys' Overcoats. Worth $5 to $10, Hale prices $1.98, $2 98 and $3.98 MONARCH CLOTHING CO OIL CITY, PA. Oil Excbaoge Block, oear Derrick Office. . . s L ' . sir i rw.T . V " v is at Cooking Stoves of every description. Tioncsta, Pa. OF - Boys' Suits. Worth $3 50 to $7 50, Sale prices $1.98, $2 98 and $3.98 . Big Sale of Other Goods, Such ns .Men's anJ Boys' Gloves Utincoats, Men's Underwear, and not forgetliug our Ladies' Sweaters, Coats and Suits Wait for the big salo and cotue in and see prices on goods not on the bills. FRANKLIN, PA. Mattcru Block, 13th auJ Buffalo Street.