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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
t. E. WINK, - Editor 4 PnopHitTon. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1911 1911 JDNE IBill SIALT1WITI Fl s I 1 12 3 1112 13 14 15167 18 19 2(fel 222324 25!2Ci27g829!3dn Primaries, Satnrdy, Sept. 30, 1011. Terms. President Judge, fib; Pro thonotary, $12; Associnte Judge, $12; Treasurer, $12; Sheriff, $10; County CommlHHioner, $10; Auditor, $"; Jury CommlHsiouer, $4; County Surveyor, 2. All strictly cash In advance. PnMhonolary. W are authorized to announce S. R. Maxwell, of Tionesta, t a candidate for Protbonotary, Ac, subject to the decision of tbe Kepublican voters at the primaries. We are authorized to announce Asa H. Sigwortb, of Jenks township, as a candi date for Protbonotary, &o., subject to tbe decision of tbe Kepublican voters at the primaries. Amorlnte Jnrigr. We are authorized to announce Joseph M, Morgan, of Tlonesla borouRb, as a candidate for Associate Judge, subject to the decision of the Kepublican voters at tbe primaries. We are authorized to announce Fred Ledebur, of Tiouesta township, as a can didate for Associate Judge, subject to the decision of tbe Kepublican voters at the primaries. Trra.urer. We are authorized to announce Nelson O. Cole, of Ureeo township, as a candidate for Treasurer, subject to the decision of the Kepublican voters at the primaries. We are authorized to announce W, H. Brazee, of Kingsley township, as a candi date for Treasurer, subject to the decision of tbe Kepublican voters at tbe primaries, Khrrllt. We are authorized to announce Charles Clark, of Tlonesla, as a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the decision of tbe Republican voters at the primaries. We are authorized to announce James H. Butler, of Tlnnesta borough, as a can didate for Sheriff, subject to the decision of tbe Republican voters at tbe primaries. County ( oinmlnalonrr. We are authorized to announce Joseph C. Scowdeu, of Tionesta, as a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision ol the Kepublican voters at tbe primaries, We are authorized to announce James Elliot, of Harmony township, as a can didate for County Commissioner, subject to tbe decision of the Kepublican voters at tbe primaries. We are authorized to announce W. II. Harrison, of Green township, as a candi date for County Commissioner, subject to tbe decision of tbe Kepublican voters at tbe primaries. We are authorized to announce John M. Zuendel, of Kingsley township, as a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of tbe Republican voters at tbe primaries. We are authorized to announce Fred L. Reib, of Tionesta township, as a candi date for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of tbe Republican voters at tbe primaries. We are authorized to announce Conrad Burbenn, of Green township, as a candi date for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at tbe primaries. We are antborized to annouuce J. B. Cottle, of Jenks township, as a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Kepublican voters at the primaries. We are authorized to announce J. F. Bnrtzer, of Jenks township, as a candi date for County Commissioner, subject to tbe decision of tbe Republican voters at tbe primaries. We are authorized to announce Z. 8. Himes, of Jenks township, as a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of tbe Republican voters at tbe primaries. County Auditor, We are authorized to announce Arthur C. Gregg, of Howe township, as a candi date for County Auditor, subject to the decision of tbe Republican voters at tbe primaries. We are authorized to announce George II. Warden, of Hickory township, as a candidate for County Auditor, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the primaries. Jury CoinmlitnioniT. We are authorized to annouuce J. B. Kdnn, of Tionesta township, as a candi date lor Jury Commissioner, subject to tbe decision ot tbe Republican voters at tbe primaries. County Mnrvcyor. We are authorized to announce Roy 8. Bradon, of Bnrnett township, as a candi date for County Surveyor, subject to the decision of tbe Republican voters at tbe primaries. Presidbnt Taft informed Senator Stone Monday at tbe White House, that he was opposed to any amendment what soever to the reciprocity bill. The Presi dent has made bis position very clear, that be wants the kind of reciprocity that will reciprocate, and no makeshift. Senator Penrose has assured bis Pennsylvania constituents that tbe out look for President Tafl's reciprocity agreement is brighter Dow than it has been since it was originally introduced. The President and Senator Penrose have combined their forces In advancing tbe proposed Canadian agreement. The two are working together, hand In hand, to promote tbe measure and both have been cheered with the confidence that they will have enough votes to carry the agree ment when tbe vote is taken probably early next week. The Republican copied an item from tbe Derrick last week relative to road legislation which told but part of the story, In that It gave a Venango legisla tor all tbe credit for getting a route from Oil City to Tionesta via President. We learn that to our own member, Mr, Campbell, belongs tbe credit of getting this route Incorporated In tbeSproul bill, as it was not tbe original intention to come by the river, Mr. Campbell should also be credited with getting the Tionesta oreek route on the map, starting from what will be tbe state road running through Nebraska and continuing up the oreek and Intersecting at Sheffield with tbe route from Warren to Smethport, McKean county. After a bard pull For est county's member was successful in Inducing tbe committee to adopt this route, Nebraska. Jay McAninch of Urookvllle Is visiting bis sister, Mrs. K. L. Hangb. Masters Walter and Sherman McKown returned Saturday evening from a week's Visit with relatives at Irvineton. Norman Sandrotk of Tionesta and Miss Muriel Dlckrager of German Hill spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Beba Cole at this place. Wm. Dickey of Pittsburg was a visitor in town last week. Stewart Gilmore moved bis family here from Gollnzaone day last week. James Smith and son Frank spent Saturday In Warren. Repairs are being made on the "buck dam" a abort distance below town. Lew is Cook and Allison Klinestiver are do ing the work. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Connor, who have been visiting tbe latter's parents here for some time, bave gone to their new home, 815 W. Front 8t., Oil City. Wills Hill. A fine touring car In passing over our bill on Sabbath afternoon thought It un necessary to spin around all the numer ous curves and corners, therefore ''look cross lots," but as no damage worth men tioning was done It is aplly applied "i miss Is better than mile." G. S. Hind man Is sailing around at a rapid pace in pursuit of help to make the ditches and gutters in tbe roads. Mrs. Ralph Grove and daughter Eva of Kelletlville were on tbe hill on Monday. William J. Hindman visited friends at Neilltown, Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Detar of Kelletlville was on the hill frequently during the past week. Ellas Albaugb of Church Hill visited at tbe homes of his daughters here dur ing tbe past week, Mrs. Andrew and Mrs, Adam Emert. Arch, Birnes ol Hastings is spending tbe summer with his grandfather, George S. Hindman. All nature la rejoicing over the much needed shower of rain which visited this place Sunday nigbl. It Is being publicly announced that all persons interested and having friends buried in Town Line cemetery will meet at tbe above named place Friday, June Otb, for tbe purpose of clesring up and repairing the lot in general. D. I. Beck was home from Pine Camp over Saturday night, returning Sunday evening. Mrs. James Babb of Mayburg was on the hill Wednesday last. Ned Patterson and Robert Grove visited the former's sister, Mrs. Kiffer, at Otter Camp, over Saturday nigbl. The Woman's Foreign Missionary will meet this Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Sara Hunter. Rev, F. M. Fox and wife of May burg were on tbe hill Sunday, filling their ap pointments here and also at Beaver Val ley. Mrs. II. Berlin is in Titusvllle this week. ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT. Memorial Day passed off finely and without a Jar. Rev. J, F. Scherer of En deavor and Rev, W. E. Frampton of Keilettville were tbe speakers of tbe day. Jonathan Albaugh of East Hickory also gave tbe people a nice little talk. It seems tbe ranks of the soldiers are still thinning out and In just a little while we will not bave them with us. When we read and learn of their heroic deeds we deem It a great honor to meet with them and make it as enjoyable as we can. Tbe big wind and rain storm that came Wednesday was very welcome to this place. Although tbe wind blew a hurri cane and fences were blown down and quite a little damage was done, tbe rain overbalanced tbe damage, as everything was drying up. Corn laid In tbe ground two weeks and never sprouted. Meadows are very poor and light, about knee high to a grasshopper. Among tbe good things we are to have this year will be a campmeeting, which we will enjoy Immensely, No working on tbe road yet. Only little digging here and there, but the roads seem to be quite good. Better let tbem slide one term and save your money. State to Own Normal School. Under tbe provisions ol tbe School Code which recently became the law in all school matters, tbe Normal Schools are incorporated as a part of tbe publio school system. A further Bection provides for their being taken over by the State and managed by a board of nine trustees to be appointed by tbe State Board of Educa tion, Tbe move Is a good one since the State, by paying less tban $4,000,000 will come into absolute possession of property valued at $1,500,000. Tbe State Normal School at Clarion is In splendid financial condition to be taken over by the State. It has a property conservatively estimated to be worth in tbe neighborhood of $100, 000, This school bos had a remarkable growth during Ihe past six years. Tbe coming year promises even a larger at tendance. Drnriieu Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as tbey cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an iuflained con dition of the mucous lining of the Eu stachian Tube. When this tube gets in flamed you bave a rumbling Bound or imperloct hearing, and when it is entire ly closed dcalness is the result, and un less the inllamation can be taken out and this lube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever ; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, wbicb is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Tbe woman of today wbo has good health, good temper, good sense, bright eyes and a lovely complexion, tbe result of correct living and good digestion, wins the admiration of tbe world. If your digestion is faulty Chamberlrin'sStomacb and Liver Tablets will correct it. For sale by all dealers. Drilling' Tools and Kig for Sale. Complete set Drilling Tools (except ropes) and including Cropp Rig, and Boiler and Engine. Lowest price ever beard of for the outfit. Tionesta, Pa. H. C. Mapes. The uniform success that bas attended Ibe use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has made it a favorite everywhere. It can always be depended upon. For sale by all dealers. A Very Large Mine. There was onco lu Crlpplo Creek an odd character unnied Burns. He was nn oild person who always, no mat ter what his work, wore what used to be called a 'Trince Albert." He struck a rich vein of ore and named that tho Prince Albert Being of a generous anil convivial disposition, this lucky follow was, of course, surrounded by many self seeking friends. When he and they woro lu their cups some of them, with an eye to tho main chauce, mannged to wheedle out of Burns ou ono pretext or another a deed of a share in his mine. With royal prodi gality ho scattered deeds about among his retainers anil camp followers un til finally something had to be done, and tho case was taken into court One of the lawyers had Burns on the stand. "Now, Mr. Hums," said the lawyer, "will you please tell the court how you can explain your conduct? The evidence shows that you have deeded away tweuty-nlue twenty fourths of your mine. What have you to say to that?" "Well, sir," replied the witness, "you must remember, sir, that the rriuee Albeit Is a very large mine." A Cleanup. The three amateur sharpers smiled. They thought tbey had found an easy mark. He was well dressed and grossly inebriated. And ho bore a tight roll of bills thnt looked like a bologna sausage. "Boys," he thickly said, "I'm goln' to shend thlsh wad of shtuff to th' gov'mcnt laundry an' have it dry cleaned. It's sho fearful dirty. May be one of you gents would kindly slice it's addreshed to proper place?" "Why, yes," replied the gang. "We'll take care of It" "Thanks," replied the victim. "An' now I mush nslik you to lcmnie have a few clean bills for emergenslsh, don't you know." So they searched themselves nnd gave him a new twenty nnd a ten and a five. Then, taking the soiled wad. they hurried away. Two days later the three clever ones were arrested for having counterfeit money in their possession. But the guileless inebriate was seen no more. Cleveland Plain Denier. A Born Diplomat. "Splendid!" exclaimed the old colo nel as O company passed the saluting base. "Did you hear wot ole nasty face ses?" No. 3 of the front rank asked No. 4. "Stand fast after parade. No. 4, for talking in the ranks!" snapped a ser geant from near by. "It wasn't me talkla'l" muttered No. 4. "You'd better not git two on us in trouble," advised No. 3 In a whisper. "Talking while marching past!" ech oed the adjutant "What on earth did you find to tnlk about then?" "As we was pnssing the salutln' base," explained No. 4, "the colonel ses, 'Splendid! 'Yes,' I ses to meself, 'an you've got the smartest officer in the British army to thank for niaklu us splendid, nnd that's our adjutant'" "Er sergeant send the man away and don't bring such frivolous com plaints before me again," snapped the adjutant London Answers. The Change of a Word. "Tou wouldn't think there'd be enough difference between the definite and the Indefinite article to matter much, would you?" said a woman who writes for a living. "I made a lifelong enemy of a woman once Just by writ ing 'the' where I meant 'a.' It was an account of her wedding I was doing. I said something about the ceremony be ing performed at the home of the bride's aunt, and then I added that there were present 'only the few friends of the family.' The bride nev er got over that 'the' in front of few. It happened five years ago, and when my name Is mentioned she still froths at the mouth." Washington Post Beaver Tales. Tbe Indians' say thnt If a bearer sent out from the parents' lodge falls to find a mate he Is set to repair the dam. If he fails a second time he is banished. An Arab writer has the same story. He tells us that those who buy beaver skins can distinguish between the skins of tnnsters nnd slaves. The lat ter bave the hair of the head rubbed off because they have to .pound the wood for their masters' food and do It with their heads. A Surprised Landlord. The very young traveling salesman was registering at the village hotel. "I want a room with running water in it," he remarked. "Runniu' water?" cackled tbe land lord. "Whnt do you want to do, mis ter practice indoor trout fisliln'?" Argonaut. The Getaway Fellows. "Whnt is this 'wanderlust' you rend of so often as compelling people to leave home?" "I don't know," replied Mr. Cumrox; "but, Judging from my observation of people who have it, 'wanderlust' is Germnn for 'creditors. "Washington Star. His Literary Treasures. "Jones took me to his rooms to see a collection of rare and curious manu scripts." "Whnt were they?" "Receipted tailors' bills." Cleveland Lender. Family Jars. The beginning of many family Jars comes with tho wife trying to Jar a little money loose from the husband. Atlanta Constitution. To Automobile Owners. We can save yon one-half the price charged you by automobile manufactur ers on Automobile Springs, and many other items that are subject to breakage on your car. Comet Brake Lining, Steel Ralls, Lock Nuts, Cotter Pins, Taper Pins, Carbide, Gasoline, Spotzotf, Oils and Grease. The No. 6 Ignitor Battery at 25o is lust what you need. Tires 32x34 at $18.00 each. All other sizes in proportion. Inner lubes, Inner Shoes and rein forcements at lowest prices. l tonesia, ra. h. c. Mapes. Tear of the Big Frost Many of the older residents of this sec tion will remember the killing frost of JuneS, 1859, Just 52 years ago Monday, says the OU City Blizzard. On the morn ing of that date, when the people of west ern Pennsylvania and New York awoke, they found this section had been visited by a very heavy, killing frost. In all the country round not green leaf nor a vestige of vegetation was left to tell the story of tbe havoo wrought. The gloom of the people throughout this region, be cause of tbe great bartu done to tbe crops by tb'e untimely visitation, will also be recalled by tbe older ones. Wheat, rye and corn, especially the latter, were largely and in many cases totally out off. Of course tbere was some replantiug of corn, and much sowing of buckwheat on plowed-up wheat or rye fields. But as the weeks passed and harvest time came, tbe harvest gathered was bo scant that starvation seemed to stare many in tbe face. -There was miicb casting about lor ways and means for making up, in part at least, for the great loss. Various remedies were suggested, one of which was to suspend the publio schools for a year and remit tbe payment of school taxes for that time, so that lax payers might bave more money in hand with which to meet necessary family ex penses. Another proposition, offered as a sub stitute for suspending tbe schools, was that the use of tobacco be discontinued. It was urged that if every smoker and chewer would entirely give up Bis waste ful and unhelpful bablt, there would be as much, if not more, money saved to the citizens as would be saved by suspending the schools, and moreover, the saving would be both in a legitimate and a help ful way. Of course prices advanced sharply. Then, as now, there were plenty of men who were willing to take advantage of tbe situation to make money, and tbey helped along tbe advance. Farmers were forced to sell off their stock, at any prices obtainable, aud many, unable to meet their obligations, were drlved Into bank ruptcy. Ex-Mayor Wm. M. Williams, In speak ing of the frost, said: "Fifty-two years ago today, June 5, 185H, I was In the mercantile business in my old home, Monongabela City, 30 miles south of Pittsburg. I went to my father's farm, one mile from the oily, where I lound that tbe frost bad killed all the fruit and vegetables, wheat and corn wbicb was three leet high. Tbere was a general panic among tbe people, with visions of starvation in tbeir minds. Farmers and others made a run on our store, but we refused to sell them more than one barrel of flour each. Within 30 days, however, flour was cheaper tban before the frost, in oonsequence of big shipments from the west The frost ex tended over Ohio, Indiana and part of Pennsylvania." HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY. Cooking Kills Germs. Unless you are reasonably cer tain that the meat you eat has been carefully Inspected and declnred free from disease germs you should see that the meat la very thoroughly cooked. Thorough cooking kills dan gerous uilcro-orgaiiisiiis that Is, It destroys the germs thai might Infect you or some member of your family whose physical con dition at the time of eating in fected food was such that the germ found ready lodgment und easy soil upon which to work. Cleanliness In the kitchen, it Is needless to say. Is absolutely necessary. If you take care of your own kitchen you will see that it Is kept clean. If some one else takes care of your kitch en you should make It your per sonal duty to see thnt It Is kept clean, not clean on the surface but all through cupboards, drawers, shelves, utensils, furni ture and, mark this, particularly the stuff thnt Is not lu sight. WHEN A little problem In arithmetic will always settle the roofing ques tion for both new and old build ings. First Tf vour rooflnsr costs 2c. a square foot and to paint it costs lc. per square foot, how much does your roofing cost you in ten years? Second If Amatite costs you 2c. a square foot or less and you won't have to paint it at all, how much does an Amatite Roof cost you? Just compare the prices of painted roofing with Amatite, tak ing into consideration the fact that you must paint the old-fashioned roofs every two years, while Ama tite with its mineral surface needs no painting at all. You will find Everjet Elastic Paint Low in price. Great in durability. Inratuable about the farm lor prolonging the life of ready roofings, fcocca, iron work, machinery, tanks, etc. H. O. Mapes, Kepler Block, Tionesta, Pa. Of $2.95 About 3 dozen pairs of H nlk-Over Oxfords, Io Patent Leather, Gun Metal and Tan, and a Tew pairs of Walk-Over Tan Shoes, $400 grade, at $2.05 while they last. X G. W. ROBINSON & SON BucknollAcademy f t FOR BOVS X JLeuisburg, l'enua. J Prepares young men for College, preliminary law examination, and T teaching. Classical, Latin Scieutitic, J and Scientific Courses. Academy students bave tbe use of Buckneil Libraries, Laboratories and other T equipment. Successful out-door and t gyuiuasiutn athletics. Expenses for X one year f 21. For Information write I I to Priu. Walter S. Wilcox, So. M. i Tii BSD Tru fireless cookers Save fuel, work and over heated house by using a Fireless Cooker. Prepare vegetables and meats during cool morning hours and put them in cook er, there to stay without thought or worry until din ner, when they will be hot, savory and ready to serve. Foods eooked in a Fireless Cooker are more wholesome and digestible than when cooked in u sual manner steamed through and through every part equally cooked and delicious. Used intelligently Fireless Cookers will become as indis pensibfe as refrigerators and are great savers of fuel, as all that is required is a partial cooking before placing in cooker and the heating of dish.es. W'c find the Bakorost Fireless Cookers best fitted with metal heating discs and aluminum utensils $8.00 to $19.50. B0GGS & BUHL, NORTH SIDE, PITTSBURGH, PA. YOU GET "KF THE ROOFONTHENEW BARN INSIST ON that Amatite Is so much more eco nomical that you cannot afford to buy anything else. Amatite Is rapidly replacing painted roofings. Most of the manu facturers of painted roofings are trying to Imitate the Amatite min eral surface. The time will come when nobody will think of buying ready roofings that need regular painting. They will InBiBt on hav ing Amatite, which thus far is the only successful well-proven mineral surface no-paint roofing. Amatite costs no more than the other kinds; It Is just as easy to lay. Nails and cement are supplied free. We will send you a sample of AmaUte with booklet free on re quest Creonoid ZagSsSZ Snrav the hen house with CrnnnA and nits and lice will he killed and dis ease perms win he destroyed. Spray it on the cows aud the tiica will not bother them. n'l l 111 KJI m.m " ii ill ii National Hanks are chartered by tho United States government and tbeir affaire are closely looked after, not only by the officer) of the banks, but by the government as well. Frequent examinations, stringent regula tions and wiee precautions more than doubly safeguard your funds. This is a National Bank and is oouduoted in a way that merits your confidence. Tbe government keeps an account here. CAPITAL STOCK. - - 150.000. SURPLUS. - $100,000. Make OUR Bank YOUR BANK. We pay liberal interest consistent with safety, 4 per cent. Forest County NoLtionaJ Bank, TIOXISTi, IM. Will You Paint, This Summer? That is the question that is agitating your mind just now, and before you settle it you ought to know just what you are getting in the way ot Taint. In prepared paints wo have the Billings Chapiu or tbe John Lucas & Co. makes and look whore you will, you cannot find a belter article. We can also supplj you with White Lead, Oils, Varnish, Tur pentine, Brushes, or anything needful for that painting job. You will find our qualities the beet in everything aud we sell at right prices. Before you buy Let Us Quote You Prices. Estimates cheerfully given. Farm and Garden Tools We have everything in the line of Fa-ru and Garden Tools. Several makes of good Lawn Mowers. If you need a good Wheelbarrow, we have them. Garden Hose that is right and at lowest prices. Come in and look over our stock. J. 0. SCOWDEN, Every Kind of Hardware, TIONESTA, PA. Monarch Clothing1 Co. Big June Sale. Now is the time to get your Summer Clothing at reduced prices. Nobby Soft, Derby or handsome Straw Hats free with Men's Suits. Hats Free. $13.00 NiiIIh at $7.08. 500 Beautiful and Stylish All-Wool Grey, DarK or Brownish, floe finished Cheviot Suits, fur men and young rren, all desirable styles and shades, perfectly tailored. Absolutely beBt 812.00 suit in town, and your choice of a $1 00 hat free. Sale at S7.0.S We are selling more Men's and Buys' Suits than all other stores put together, Ii AIM ES' II' IM KTU EXT. Linen Coats, Skirts, handsome one piece Summer Dresses for Ladies, Girls and Children. Big June Sale on Waists and Muslin Wear. MONARCH CLOTHING CO. Sol. N. Hershfield, Proprietor, OIUCITY. PA. FRANKLIN, PA. Oil Exchange Block. 13th and Buffalo Streets. J. I. Case Traction Engine. This is the best Traction Engine in the market today. Any person contemplating tbe purchase of a threshing outfit can save time and money by consulting me. I have a full line of Buggies. Also handle the Kramer Wagon and a full line of Johnston Farm Machinery. Charles Clark, Tionesta, Pa. Hals Free. $15.00 Sulls at $9.98. All-Wool Blue Serge Siits for men and young men. Also finely tailored, pretty Worsted Suits in all the pretty shades of Blue, Brown, Grey or Blaok; nicely tailored suits in fine Cheviots, equal to custom work, and all new patterns, and a 62 00 hat free. Sale at $9.98