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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
4. C. WINK, Editor a Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. 1911 asoi.(i;ji i:tn. Primaries, Saturday, Jun 3, 101 1. TBRMa.-Prnalflpiit Judnfl, $'J5; Pro thonotary, fl2; Amonlnte JuiIks, $12; TroRHiirnr, $12; SlmrllT, $10; Count? Commliwionpr, $10; Auditor, $."; Jury Cnmmiaatonar, $4; County Surveyor, 2. All ttrlctly cash In advance. PralbonotKrr. W. are authorized to announce S. K. Maiwell, ofTluntmla, aa oRiidtriale for Protbonotary, Ao , uhjict to the rieoislnn of the Republican votnr Rt lbs primaries. We ere authnrlxed to announce Am II. Blgwonh, of Jenks township, a candi date for Protbonotary, .to., subject to the decision of the Hnpubllraa votere Rt the prlmsrlua, AMHK'tate jNdsc. We are author Ir.od to announce Joseph M. Morgan, of Tlonesta borough, aa a candidate for Associate Judge, subject to the decision of the Republican votera at the primaries. We are authorised to announce Kred Irfxldbur, of Tlonesta township, aa a can didate for Aaaociate Judge, subject to the decision of the Kcpubl lean votera at the primaries. Trraanrrr. We are authorised to announce Nelson O, Coin, ofUreen lowiiNlnp, aa a candidate for Treasurer, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the prlmarlea. We are authorised to announce W. H. Hratee, of Klngnley township, aa a candi date for Treaxurer, Riitject t the dectalou of the Republican votera at the primaries. Nhrrttt. We are authnrlsmi to announce Charles Clark, of Tlonesta, as a candidate for Kherllf, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the prlmarlea. We are authorised to announce Jaiuea II. Butler, of Tluneata borough, as a can didate for Sheriff, subject to the declsina of the Repuhllcau voters at the primaries, ('inly ('mmlaeloarr. We are aulliorlr.od to announce Joseph C. Hoowdeu, of Tionesta, as a candidate for County Cnmmlanloner, subject to the decision ol the Republican votera at the primaries. We are authorized to announce James Kl Hot, of Harmony township, aa a can didate for County Commissioner, subject to the declalon of the Republlcau voters at the prlmarlea. We are authorised to announce W, 11. Harrison, of Wreen township, aa a candi date Inr County Cumitiliwiotier, subject to the decision of i be Republlcau voters at the prlmarlea. We are authorized to announce John M. Zuendel, of Kingxley township, aa a oamlldste for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican yoters at the primaries. We are authorised to announce Fred L, Relb, of Tlonesta township, aa a candi date for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican votera at the primaries. We are authorised to announce Conrad Rurhenn, of Ureen township, aa a candi date lor County Commissioner, aublect to the decision of the Republican voters at the primaries. We are authorised to announce J. R. Cottle, of Jenks township, aa a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican votera at the primaries. We are authorized to announce J. P. Hortser, of Jenks township, aa a candi date for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primaries. We are authorized to announce Z. S. H lines, of Jenks township, as a candidate for County Commissioner, aubjxct to the decision of the Republican votera at the primaries. ('anly Auditor, We are authorised to announce Arthur C. Uregg, of Howe township, aa a candi date for County Auditor, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the prlmarlea. We are authorized to announce George II, Warden, of Hickory township, as a candidate for Countv Auditor, subject to the decision of the Republican votera at the primaries. Jsry ('mmlnaloarr. We are authorized to announce J. R. Eden, of Tlonesta township, as a candi date lor Jury Coniinlaioner, subject to the decision ol the Republlcau votera at the primaries. ('antjr Sarvryar. We are authorized to announce Roy 8. Braden, of Harnett township, aa a candi date for County Surveyor, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the prlmarlea. foamy Maperlntradenl We are authorized to announce J. O. Carson as a candidate for Huperlntendent of the Public Schools of Forest County, subject to the decision of the School Di rectors In Trlennisl Convention, Msy 2, 11)11. On K day's work raking up the yard doea much to destroy the spring Illusions of the lazy man. Again, cheer up) 'Twill not be long re we have strawberry shortcake In our midst once more. Kvkn on a peace fooling an American aoldieror aallor can count on seeing a good deal of the world. Goon hits at a range of Ave miles would ahow Uncle Sam 'a sailors to be second to do body In the whole shooting match. While Col. Roosevelt Is not able to talk In official capacity, there are many Americans ready to back tip anything he asys. A IM I KAL Timid of Japan la to pay visit Ki the United States. While he Is here It might be advisable to tie up Hob aon In the back yard. In the matter of voting, Senator Bailey censures the people of the South for not being more Independent. How can men tie Independent who are not permitted to 'vote any other than the Dem cratlc tick elf Somk of the Democratic statesmen pre dict that the Republican parly ba- won Its last national victory. This prediction has regularly been made for at least forty yeara, aud history haa Jual aa regulai ly failed to verify It. China bat yielded everything to the demand of Russia, which la not an argu ment for peace through disarmament un less we have failb greater than a mustard seed In the beatitude which says tbst ulti mately "the meek shall possess the earth." Thk beef packers who confessed their aius 6 years sgo, thought I bey could keep on robbing the cstlle grower aud eon aumer, without punish rent, but Judge Anderson told them that they must now take their punishment like other crimi nals. Ad upright Jud$e, A bill baa been Introduced Into the House at Harrlsburg by Representative Benson of vi, K an county, creating two state normal school distriuta as followst Thirteenth Jefferson, Clarion, Forest and Venango counties; fourteenth Mo Kean, Warren, Potter, Elk and Cameron oountlee. II one of the schools could be located lo Tlonesta, the finest spot In the world for It, we'd heartily favor the bill. Tu li deadlock In the New York legls lature waa broken by the election ot one Mr. O'Gormsn, to the U. S. Senate, Mr, Murphy having given up Mr. Sbeeban and consented to the election of Mr, O'Uorman. Tbeae gentlemen, It goea without aaying, are all Democrats, be longing to the Tammany Hall wing of the unter rilled. The newly-elect Senator re signed his seat on the supreme court bench of the atate to take the toga. It Is alleged that Champ Clark would have no government-furnished auto, which moves the Franklin Newa to say; Far be It from a representative of the dear people to thua take pleasure In luxury while the toiling masses are with out autoe. But Mra. Champ Clark and Speaker Claik have fitted up a nice pri vate dining room In the Capitol building with delightful charm and some expense to Uuole Sam, though Speaker Cannon never oould bring his Republican con science lo thus put burdens ou the people, Mr. Clark has uo trouble with his con science, nor does the hand-decorated china and beautiful ailver Uncle 8am la furnishing sound to him at all like an auto. Monday night the House at Harris burg, by a decisive vote reconsidered the vote by which It defeated the bill lest week to luorease the pay of the 8tate Polloemeu, These mesgerly paid men have proven a wonderful menace to evil doers throughout the state, aud lo some sections have Incurred much opposition on account of their efficiency In Hie quell ing of riots, etc, snd there should be no besitaucy on the part ol our lawmakers in providing reasonable and living pay for this hazardous work, to the end that the efficiency of the atate troop may not be Impaired. Especially la this Incum bent on the members of the legislature In the light of the fact that tbey have not gagged at voting Increases of salaries lo other, less worthy aud less usefull, offi cials. The bill should now pass with practical unanimity. New Law Extends Officials' Terms. The tangle Into which the terms of county officers were thrown by the adop tion of certain amendments to the state constitution in UH)t bss been straighteued out by au act of the legislature approved by Governor John K. Tener, March 2, l'.Hl. It'a effect, briefly stated, la to ex leud one year the terms ofofflclals whose time would otherwise expire in an odd numbered year so aa to bring them up on even terms with the rest. The new act, Insofar aa It bears upon local offices, is s follows: Sectlou 1. Be It enscted, etc, That all public officers holding office at the date of the approval of ssid amendments, not otherwise provide.) for, whose terms of office explro at suy time during an odd numbered year, shall contiuue to hold their offices until the first Monday of January of the next even numbered year; aud that all such officers whose terms ex pire in an eveuuuiubered year shsll con tinue to bold their offices until the first Moudsy of January tn the next even numbered year. (The last clause la un derstood to mean justices of the peace and notaries public.) Secllon2, All judges of the courts of the several judicial districts, associate judgea and county officers holding office at the date of the approval ol the aaid ameudmeuta, whose com missions expire on the first Monday of January id an odd-numbered year, shall continue to bold their otHces until the first Monday of January id the following eveu-uura-bered year. The rest ol the act valdatea the acta of officials during their extended terms and makes certain changes aa to the day of the year ou which public officials shall begin their terms. Register aud Recorder J. C. Gelst of Forest County bss received from Robert McAfee, Secretary of the Common wealth, a letter advising him that alder men and justices of the peace whose terms have been lengthened by the recently adopted constitutional amendments are entitled to serve tbelr additional time without being recom missioned, as the effect is to continue them In office during the extended terms without any other or furiher commissions. Official acta per formed during the extended terms are by said act made valid and as of the same force and effect as If each of aaid officers bau been elected "aud commissioned to serve until the end of the extended terms." The letter directs attention to the fact that aldermen and Justices whose terms are extended from May, 1011, to December, l'.Hl, are not further extended. Their successors are to be elected in No vember, 1 1 1 1 , to aerve from December, It'll, to January, IMS. St atx or Ohio City, ofTolkdo, 1 Lurtis County. Frank J. Chunky makes oath that be la the senior partner of the linn of F. J. Cheney it Co., doing business In the City ol Toledo, County and State afore said, and that said linn will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each aud every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the. use of Hall's Ca tarrh Cl'RK. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this tith day ot December, A. D. 1S. sisal. A. W. GLEASON, Salary J'ublic. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Send lor testimonials, tree. A Duet Soprano was Miss Perkins, A Basso Mr. Brown; They asng duels together while up be went went She down! W oman's Home Companion lor April. S. J. Wolcott property for sale, on Kim street, Tlonesta. Teu-room house, good cellar, modern in every respect. Good barn and lots of nice fruit. Call on Mrs. Alice J. Shrlver. Terms reasonable, In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and real possible. This may lie obtained by applying Chamber Ja'a yuiuut. For sale bv all dealer. IIoMrlville. Donglaa Moore, who baa been very sick for the past five weeks, la some better at this writing, David Silvia and wife visited at the borne of John Kellogg, near Cookaburg, last Sunday. Guy Leslie, of Mayburg, waa in town over last Monday Dlght. J. E. Moore, ol Loleta, visited bla father, J. D. Moore, last Saturday eve ning. J. E. Cossgrove waa quite sick r few day a last week, but la able to be out Rgain. J. B. Campbell started last Friday for Greensburg, Pa., to consult specialist In that place lu regarda to a peculiar ail ment which be baa been suffering from for several months and which the doctors around here have been unable to diagnose, John Silvia has his cellar dug and will commence to build the atone wall around It as soon as the weather permits. Charles Campbell, a former resident of thia place, but now of Hooker, Butler county, visited friends ber. a few days last week. Jacob Kubna and family were all very sick with the grippe, laat week, but are better now. E, J. Land Is, of Cookaburg, waa tran sacting business In our town one day laat week, Mrs. J. B. Campbell received very favorable report last Wedneaday from ber daughter, Mlsa Eda, who la at Greensburg, Pa., taking treatment for tuberculosis. She la improving quite rapidly. All oln in wishing ber speedy recovery, Harry Silvia got his fine team of grey horses clipped one day last week, which made a greet Improvement on them, John Baugbman, of Marlenvllle, waa in our town on business last Tbursdsy. 8. W. Fitzgerald la taking out new timbers for tbe barn be expects to build on bla farm this spring. Cooksburg. Harry Knight waa a business visitor In Clarion, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Cook came up from Pittsburg last Tuesday to atay till after Easter. Mra. Ernest Wilson, who baa been suf fering for the past month with appeudlci tla, was taken to the Kane boepltal last Friday to undergo an operation. 8be waa accompanied by ber husband. We hope she may be able to return home in good health soon. Dr. Beatty, of Kane, was a visitor here last Thursday night. Henry Beers departed Friday to a nearby town to have some dental work done. Aa yet be baa not returned and we have not beard from the dentist. Mra. Milton Albaugh expects to return lo ber borne at Yankee Camp tbe latter part of this week. Edward Maze and eon Luther, of Hal sey, where he is employed by tbe United Natural Gas Co., were business visitors bere last week. That waa an exoillng little serenade we bad last Ssturday night, but we were aorry it waa such disagreeable weather, so that a larger crowd might have been there to help us, John Colhepp was a Brookville visitor lsst week. Mr. and Mra. Jerry Cook celebrated tbe sixtieth anniversary of their wedding, March 30th, by Inviting in a number of their friends to dinner. Tbey are known to our readera aa tbe oldest surviving in habitants of Cookaburg. We hope they may live to celebrate many more anni versaries. Joseph Cock went to Kane last week, where he is employed by the American Glass Co. Many of our raftmen returned Saturday from the oily, Ioyet Ward, who haa been employed at Ynungsvllle, Pa., for the past aix months, returned borne last Wednesday, bringing with him bla "better half," which waa a great surprise to tbe com munity. He waa married Tuesday, March J8, 1011, In Miss Ethel Weaver, one of Yonogaville'a most esteemed young ladiea. We understand they will visit at home for a short time. We wish them much happiness aa tbey journey together through life. Mr. and Mra. Scott Agnew visited rela tives in Lee per last Sabbath. MARKET REPORT New York Provision Market New York, April 3. WHEAT No. 2 red, 91Vc: No. 1 northern spring, $1.02. CORN No. 2, f. o. b., 52ic OA.TS Standard, 36c. FORK Mess, $20.5021.00. BUTTER Creamery, specials, 20Uc; do extras, 19c; state tubs, finest, 19fT19Hc; packing stock, held, 13ViHVjC. CHEESE State specials, 14H16a EGGS State and Pennsylvania, 18 20c. POTATOES Bermuda, new, per bbl.. ,7.OO?r7.fi0; state in bulk. $162 1.75. Buffalo Provision Market Buffalo, April 3. WHEAT No. 1 northern, carloads, !9',s.c; No. 2 red, 92c. CORN No. 2 yellow, BOc, f. o. b , afloat: No. 3 yellow, 49c. OATS No. 2 white, 34f34ic. f. o. b.. afloat; No. 3 white, SSiffMHc. FLOUR Fancy blended patent per bbl., $.V01ff.25; winter family, patrnt, $4.75T f.r-0. BUTTER Creamery, Western tuba, extra 23c; creamery state fair to good, 18 (ft-20c'. EGGS State selected white, 18c. TOTATOES White, choice to fan cy, per bu., t8(60c. East Buffalo Livestock Market. CATTLE Prime steers, $6. fi.75: 1.200 to 1.400 lb., steers, $6.00 (i.JO; choice fat cows, 53,O0Q'j.3s; choice heifers, f3.73iff6.15; common bulls. J3.731T4.23; choice reals, $S.00 S.2f: fair to good, $7.50 7.75. SHEEP AND LAMBS Yearlings, i5.73fl6.23; mixed sheep, $4.75f5.2j. HOGS Light Yorkers, $7.2" (57.33; heavy hogs, J6.30ff6.80; pigs. $7,450 7.50. Buffalo Hay Market Timothy, No. 1, on track, $15.00; No. t timothy. $13.0014.00; straw, wheat and oat. $6.50. "Our hahv cries for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T. B. Kendrick, Raaaca, Ga. "It is the best cough remedy on the market for cousha. colds and croup." For sale by all dealers. I PLAGUE IN MANCHURIA Total Number of Deaths In That Prov ince Up to Feb. 15 la 12,083. Washington, April 4. Mail dis patches from Mukden dated Feb. 18 end Feb. 22 give the official statistics of plague cases In that city and other parts ot Manchuria, The total num ber of cases iu Mukden, up to Feb. 14 was reported at 1,043, but the figures are regarded as Incomplete. The to tal number of deaths up to Feb. 18 waa given as 1,028. The population of Mukden io about 180,000. The total number of deaths in Man churia up to Feb. 15 was given as 12, 0S3, but thia Is probably only a rough estimate and does not in any case in clude the deaths In the towns along (he Russian end Japanese railway!, which probably amount to aa many more. The plague has appeared at nearly every town along the railways from Changchun west to Chlnehoti and south to Llaoyang. The number of death3 daily at Changchun Is estimated at 200. Plague In Eastern Jav.i. Batavla, Java, April 4. The bubonic plague has broken out in Eastern Java. So far 100 natives have suc cumbed to the disease. NEW GOLD DISCOVERIES Hundreds of Miner Are Flocking to Township of Marathon. Porcupine City, Ont., April 4. New gold discoveries have been made north of the line of the National Transcontinental rallwny. Just north of the township of Marathon. Hun dreds of miners are flocking there from Foreuplne. When prospector returning from Marathon a few days ago told of their Cnds of gold and silver, a procession of toboggans rtarted over the half broken trails. The rush thus far is confined to the most venturesome, trulned prospectors' not caring to take chances at this sea son with insufficient supplies in the new territory where no supplies of any kind can be had. Constipation brings many ailments In ita train and la tbe primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular madam, and you will escape many of the ailments lo which women are subject. Constipation Is a very sim ple thing, but like many simple things, it msy lead to aerloua consequences. Na ture often needs a little assistance and wben Chamberlain's Tablets are given at the first indication, much distress and suffering may be avoided. Sold by all dealera. Xotlce to Contractors. The Commissioners of Forest County will receive sealed blda for tightening loose bolls, removing rust and scales, furnishing paint and painting tbe bridge spanning, tbe Allegheny River at Tlo nesta. Specifications and blue printa of bridge can be seen at the otlloe of tbe County Commissioners in the Court House. Paint must be of good, standard quality. Bida will be opened Tuesday, May 2, 1911. Commissioners reserve the rlgbl to reject any or all bida. W. 11. Harrison, J. M. Zl'KNOKL, II. H. McClellan, Commissioners of Forest County. Attest-S. M. Hknry, Clerk. Tlonesta, Pa., March 29, 1911. FARMERS. Having taken over the Jas G. Bromley Agency in Tiotieela, I am pre pared to furnish the people ot Forest County anything and everything io the Hoe of Agricultural Machinery aud Implements. I have tbe J. I. Case Traction Engines and Separators, And cao furnish anythiog in the lioe of Machinery and Implements of tbe Johnston Harvester Co. Make. Agent for the celebrated Kramer Wagons, And keep in stock a nice lioe of The Best Buggies. Phosphate aud Burnt Land Lime always on hand. Charles Clark, Tionesta, Pa. Armour's the kind that Plows and Drags at lowest prices ever offered here. Wire Fencing of all kinds. Get our prices on these. Remember, we don't sell Groceries, Dry Goods nor Milli nery, but if you want Hardware, we are here with the goods. H. C. Mapes, Kepler Block, 4V This cut shows tbe Tike Last one of the many styles we are showing in Walk-Over I Shoes at S3 50 and $4 00. We have our Spring stock of Cluett Shirts, $1.60. Monarch Shirts, $1.00. Collars and Neckwear. Earner Sunday falls on April 16th. Make your selections now. I G. W. ROBINSON 4 SON Notice to Contractor. The County Commissioners of Forest County and tbe Supervisors of Howe Township, Forest County, Pa., will re ceive bids lor tbe construction of a build ing at Middle Howe Precinct of Howe Township, at Lynob.Pa., on a lot located on west side of tbe Tlonesta Creek, and just below tbe iron bridge crossing tbe Tlonesta Creek at Lynch. Specifications for the construction of the building may be seen upon sppliostiou made to any of tbe following named parties: County Commissioners' office, Tloora la, Pa.; J. J. Haight, Supervisor, Cooper Tract, Pa.; Joseph Swanson, Supervisor, Brookston, Pa.; F, F. Spenoe , Super visor, Truuians. Ps.j A. Showers, Super visors' Clerk, Lynch, Pa.; Marlenvllle Express, Marlenvllle, Pa. All bids must be acoompanlod witb a bond of an equal amount aa tbe bid, and the undersigned reserve the right to re ject any and all bids. Tbe bids will be opened at noon, Saturday, April 15, It'll, aud should be sddressed to A. Showers, Supervisors' Clerk, Lynch, Forest Coun ty. Pa. Couhty Commissioners of Forkst Co. SuPKHVtsoRs ok Hows Township, Pa. Licence Application. Notice Is hereby given that the follow ing applications for license have been tiled in my otUoe and will be presented April 18. 1!U, at the Court of Quarter Sessions of Forest County, Pa.: 1. Ruland Putnam, Hotel, West Hick ory, Pa. 2. Cbarlea F. Weaver, Hotel Weaver, Tlonesta borough, Pa. 3. R. A. Fulton, Central House, Tlo nesta Borough, Pa. 4. Ueorge W, Buhl, Keystone House, Marlenvllle, Pa. 5. K. J, Hoy, Central Hotel, Clarlng ton, Pa. 6. John N. Oerow, wholesale, Gerow Restaurant, Tlonesta Borough, Pa. T. Harry S. Canfield, Ulobe Hotel, Weat Hickory, Pa. 8. Joseph J Young, New Marten Ho tel, Marlenvllle, Pa. Certified from the record. J. C. Okist, Clerk. Tlonesta, Pa., March 28, lull. Fertilizers get results. Tionesta, Pa. SOLID AS A ROCK The natienal banking laws which demand frequeut and thorough bank examination, insure depositors io national banks absolute sccuiity. Our baok also bas behind it tbe big fortunes and good names and good business brains of many of our well known eitizeos. Our bank is as solid as a rock. CAPITAL STOCK, - - - 150.000. SURPLUS, - " " $100,000. Make OUR Baok YOUR BANK. We pay liberal interest consistent with safety, 4 per cent. Forest County NactionLl Bank, TIOXI.STA, FA. 8.6. i rT M h jailer. Ijw I ! Iff!? Mk u l I li ra ill 6 J J. 0. SC0WDEM, Every Kiod of Hardware, Monarch Clothing Co. The United States Court confirms the sale ol the Monarch Clothing Co.'s stores at Oil City and Franklin. Bankrupt Sale. Notice is hereby given to the public of Forest county and vicinity that Mr. Sol. N. Hershfield, of 622, 624 and 626 Broadway, New York, has purchased both stores of the Mon arch Clothing Co. at Oil City and Franklin. Sale Started Saturday. This stock will be sold to the public at bankrupt prices. It consists ol thousands of dollars of New Spring Easter Clothing, bought before the concern went into bankruptcy. All new spring goods accepted for spot cash by Mr. Sol. N. Hershfield, who is now proprietor of the Monarch Clothing Stores at Oil City and Franklin. Sale Now On. Women's Department. Easter Suits, Easter Coats, Easter Skirts, Easter Waists, Easter Petticoats, Girls Dresses, Girls' Jackets, &c. Men's and Boys' Department. Suits for Easter, Pants for Easter, Hats lor Easter, Shirts lor Easter, Neckwear lor Easter, Caps for Easter, Hosiery lor Easter, &c. All at Bankrupt Sale. MONARCH CLOTHING CQ. S.il. N TTrahn;i.t V,n;.,,. OIL CITY. PA. Oil Exchange Block, TIONESTA, PA. FRANKLIN, PA. 13th and Buflalo Streets.