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Have You Protection
You oanuot allord to take your own
rlHk against loss by Ure. Heinember that
we represent
and will be glad to call on you when you
want Ore Insurance that really protects.
l)rop un a card and we'll do the rent.
We are agents In this county for the
and can furnish security for County
olUolals, bank olllolals, etc,
C. M. AMI & SDN,
f The Tionesta I
J Are Ready. J
Our Ice Cream Parlor sod
', ', Soda Fountain U in operation
1 1 now and we are prepared to
' serve you with Moore's cele
J I brated
I Ice Creocm.
None better made anywhere T
as a trial will convince you, I
tand we serve witb it the J
ir i1 . Hi . .'iL Tl . I
Jiungerioru ciiuiiu fiavuis
aud Crushed Fruits.
Also all delicious
i Soft Drinks I
at all times.
All sanitary appliances and t
everything neat and clean.
Ice Cream furnished in
large quantities on short no T
LEGE. September 5, 11)11, is our
The most successful year In our history
has just pasxed with every graduate pro
vided for. Home of the most responsible
positions In Warren, Kane, Erie and
Jamentown have been tilled by our grad
uates. Results prove that we are in the
lead as Commercial Educators. Let us
help you to success ss we have done for
hundreds of others. Write for Informa
tion at once to
Warren Huslness College,
C. W. Smith, President, Warren, Pa.
Uinniers. Ad.
Levi A Co. Ad.
Penn'a Ry. Ad.
Max Jacobs. Ad.
Jacob Miller. Ad.
Hoggs A Buhl. Ad.
Harvey Fritx. Ad.
The Prlnta Co. Ad.
HoweTwp. Reader.
Robinson A Son. Ad.
Oil City Trust Co. Ad.
Smart it Silberberg. Ad.
T. D. Collins. Two Readers.
Mrs. S. E. Warden. Ex. Notice.
H. C. Mapes. Locals and Reader.
Krle Merchandise-Realty Co. Ad.
Forest County National Rank. Ad.
Oil market closed at f 1.30.
Is your subscription paid?
You can get It at Hopkins' store, tf
Hinder Tine and Haying Tools at
Mapes', Tionesta. It
Fruit Jars, Rubber Rings, Poroelaln
Caps, Paralllne Wax, Ac, at Mapes',
Tionesta. It
A meeting of the olUcers of the Board
of Trade Is called for this Wednesday
evening at eight o'clock, at the Council
room. All are urged to be present.
WANTKU.-Railroad Cross Ties. We
buy all kinds aud pay cash. The Berry
Co., Oil City, Pa.
tf L. A. Davis, Agt., Tionesta, Pa.
Daniel Cropp is setting his mill on the
left of the German Hill road, opposite
Ernest Sibble's plaoe, and will saw out
some hardwood on a tract of timber In
that locality.
My, but isu't it hotT One of our
Lawrence Hot Plates does away with
overheating the kitchen these hot days.
Ovens of all sizes and kluds. II. C.
Mapes, Tionesta. It
Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Liniment freely. It will remove the
soreness and quickly restore the parts to
a healthy condition. For sale by all
The Oil City Blizzard stops panting
long enough to say: "Just stop a moment
aud think of the beauty of those frosty
morn inns last winter, when you kicked
so vigorously about using the snow
At their regular monthly meeting,
Monday, tLe diroctors of the Citizens
National bank of Tionesta elected Russell
J. Hopkins cashier, and J, C, Geist as
sistant cashier, for the ensuing year. No
other official cliauges were made at tLis
Dr. M. W. Kaston, Osteopathic Physi
oiau, of Oil City, will visit Tionesta next
Wednesday. See him at the Hotel We
ver. Setting bones and the treatment of
nervous and chronic diseases a specialty.
Greatest success In all kinds of chronic
Senator Penrose sonde us a quantity
of Farmers' Bulletins from the U. S.
Agricultural Department for free dls
tributlon among the larmers and others
interested. Call and get a copy when lu
town. You are welcome to them as long
as they last.
It is announced that the Methodist
Episcopal campmeeting at Whig Hill
will be held from July 27th to August
7th, inclusive. Rev. A. R. Rich, district
superintendent, will have charge of the
meetings, or which further announce
inent will be given,
Dr. W. II. Crawford, D. D., President
of Allegheny College, has consented to
deliver bis celebrated lecture on the
"Passion Play," lu the M. E. Church of
Tionesta, Friday evening, July 28. The
Epwortb League has decided to make
this a free leolure and Invite and urge the
people of Tionesta to be present and en-
Joy this intellectual troat.
If right weather conditions prevail
from this on, the small boy will have to
bump himself to keep from furnishing
an occasional item for the newspapers
this fall. Never "since records have been
kept" has the chestnut crop promised so
well as now, every tree and many small
shrubs having shed a wealth of blossoms,
aud these ten days to two weeks earlier
than usual. -
Last Sunday while bathing in the
river near llunter station a son of George
Monday met a monster rattlesnake that
was crossiug the river. For a time it was
nlp-and tuck to see which would gain the
shore first, and In the race the snake
landed a close second, Monday recovered
sufficiently to dispatch the snake, which
carried 1.1 rattles, but he's not anxious to
mix op with a rattler In the water soon
-Bart Saner, of the Oil Well Supply
Co., spent Sunday with bis brother-in-law,
Perry McCalmont, at Baum Station,
on the P. R. R. He went out into the
dooryard after diuner and found a rattle
snake sunning itself on the door step.
Sager killed the snake and brought it to
town Monday rooming. Its measure
ments were not taken, but It has a pretty
skin, topped off with a cluster of 13 rattles
and a button. Derrick, July 4.
Preparations are making for begin
ning the work of grading the right-of-way
for the extension of the Collins rail
road from Nebraska to Tionesta. Tem
porary abodes for the several crews of
laborers are being arranged along the
route, and it Is expected that digging will
begin within the next week or ten days.
A large force of men will be employed
with the Intention of completing the road
and having cars running before inclement
weather sets in this fall.
The Warren Times of the 5th has the
following deserved tribute for one of the
bands which fprnisbed music there on
the4tb: "The Endeavor cornet band at
tracted much attention yesterday and re
ceived much deserved praise for the good
music furnished. It is a new organiza
tion not two years old, but under the
direction of Prof. Frank B. Robbins, of
Kellettvllle, is rapidly approaching per
fection. There are twenty-eight players,
all young and ambitious to succeed."
Constable Eden of the Township
heartily favors the use of "the old swim
ming bole" by the kids, but he hears
complaints that the boys use language
that Is quite out of place and unfitted for
the ears of deoency while cavorting in the
water. Officer Eden declares that if such
conduct is persisted In it will be bis pain
ful duty to place the offenders under ar
rest aud allow the courts to dispose of
their cases. A warning, boys, wblcb you
bad better heed. Have all the fun you
like, but be gentlemen.
Two new counterfeits have been
found in circulation by the secret service.
One is a t-0 gold certificate. It is a litho
graph on bond paper. The silk fiber has
been imitated by Ink lines. The portrait
of George Washington shows defects on
olose inspection. The other, a f 10 United
States note bearing the portraits of Lewis
and Clark, has a good color, but la too
heavily printed. The seal is larger than
the genuine. Editors, especially, are
warned in making change not to get any
of these tens and twenties bung onto
Rev. S. C. Long, the Lutheran min
ister on German Hill, and Miss Margaret
Blum, of Ibis place, bad a very lively ex
perience In a runaway while returning
from church to Tionesta, Sunday night,
but aside from a badly smashed buggy
there was no great damage done. While
coming down the Tubbs' run bill and
near the Pigeon bill school house the
horse began to kick and they Jumped out
of the buggy. The horse started to run
and was found lying nnder the buggy a
short distance down the hill, where help
from town was required to extricate him.
At the general conference of the Free
Metbodist church reoently held in
Chicago, two former Forest county gen
tlemen received noteworthy recognition
at the bands of that body. Rev, A. D,
.ahnlser of the Pittsburg conference, was
elected to the oflloe of General Conference
Evangilist, and Rev. J. S. McGeary of
Bradford was elected Bishop of India and
Africa. Both of these ministers were
reared to young manhood at Stewart Run.
No doubt their large circle of acquain
tances in this neighborhood will be in
terested and pleased to learn of their ad
vancement, Ledebur A Co. struck a fine well the
latter part of the week on the old Lede
bur homestead traot, in Green township,
near the headwaters of Little Hickory
creek. When but a foot in the sand the
hole filled up a couple hundred feet with
oil, and when a 20-quart shot was ex
ploded and the pump set to work it put
30 barrels In the tank in less than two
days. The well is now doing eight bar
rels aud is not expected to drop nincb
below that figure. This well is about 400
feet north of former operations, aud seems
to open up a new lead that promises ex
ceptionally good. The company has a
nice block of territory surrounding this
strike, all of which is likely to be pro
ductive, we're glad to report.
A number of attempts at horse steal
ing were made near Fryburg the week
previous to the fourth. At John Bell's
farm, between Fryburg and Strobleton,
on Thursday night, a noise was beard at
the barn, and when Mr. Bell Investigated
it is said he walked by a man who hid
In a corner. A second man went out an
opening at the far side of the baru and
while Mr. Bell was pursuing him, the
first man also dodged out, both escaping
in the darkness. According to the story
the thieves roturned the same night or
later and one of them was leading the
borBes from the barn when be was dis
covered by Mrs. Bell. She ran from the
bouse, calling to ber husband to bring the
gun, whereupon the thief dropped the
baiter straps and rau. At Andrew Uuf-
nagle's, at Marble, an attempt was said
to have been made on bis Btable on
Wednesday night of the same week, and
two men were heard running away from
the stable when tho family Investigated.
It would be well for all to be on their
guard and treat these chaps to a charge of
shot or something a little heavier.
The Baltimore & Ohio railroad who
have been working for a number of weeks
between Kane and Foxburg, laying new
ties and widening the road bed have com
pleted this part of the work, and will
commence Sunday to put in the new rails
which will make it a standard road.
This will not consume much time, and it
is expected that by the last of August this
company will be running trains into
Kane that will give us the service that
any railroad could. When the new
schedule comes out It Is expected that
two passenger trains a day will leave and
arrive here over this road. Kane Repub
lican. The fact that the legislature appro
priated $20,000 to pay bounties on noxious
animals does not necessarily mean that
the oouoties of the state will resume the
payment of bounties. The appropriation
Is a deficiency appropriation and can only
be used to pay the claims filed about two
years ago, prior to the notice given by the
state that the funds were exhausted. This
appropriation simply refunds to counties
the money tbey have been deprived ot for
two years, but does not cover claims
which were not actually paid by the
counties. It Is believed that if counties
bad kept on paying bounty claims they
would have been re-em bursed by the
The North East Breeze points out
that in view of the alarming number of
accidents caused by carelessness in driv
ing automobiles, tbe common public may
well view with alarm tbe formation of a
company which proposes for a money
consideration to insure automobile
owners against risk of paying damages
for Injuries caused by their machines,
Tbe man who is disposed to be careless
and knows that having paid his Insur
ance assessment, he will not have to pay
any more if be lnures somebody than if
he does not, will be more reckless than
ever. As tbe insurance company cannot
serve terms in Jail that may be imposed
on careless drivers, It may be' necessary
to control recklessness upon tbe roads
entirely by criminal action and Imprison
ment. Forest Grange, No. 853, P. of H., of
German Hill, about the first of tbe month
finished building a new ball to replace
the one burned October 4, 1010, on Cropp
Hill. Tbe new building is located Just
across tbe road from tbe Klser school
house at Tubbs run, this making it more
convenient of access for a majority of
the members. It ia two-Btory, 24x40 feet
in size, and substantially built and fin
ished. The upper floor will be used as
tbe lodge room, while tbe lower floor will
be used for entertainments. Tbe grange
is gaining in numbers and the members
are looking forward to years of pros
perity and enjoyment in tbelr work. A
pionio and dancing party was held at the
ball on tbe fourth, when a goodly sum
was realized for furnishing tho ball. The
building complete will cost $1,000.
E. E. Norton, tbe well known local
lumberman, with a roan from Warren
has Just purchased a fine piece of timber
land located between Corning and El
mlra.N, Y., at a point known as Big
Flats. The land consists of 120 seres and
acoording to a careful estimate there area
million feet of white pine, 200,000 feet
yellow pine, 100,000 feet each of hemlock
and hardwood and 10,000 railroad ties.
The white pine, Mr. Norton says, is the
finest he knows of in this part of the
country. A sawmill will be erectedSept.
1 and tbe timber cut and marketed. Mr.
Norton has cut timber from many sec
tions In northwestern Pennsylvania and
not long ago cut and marketed a large
lot of virgin white oak taken from tbe
Breed property Just south of town. This
was tbe moBt valuable piece of timber
within several hundred miles of this city,
and It was mostly shipped to Jamestown
where it was cut into veneering,' tbe use
of solid oak being rathetoo expensive
for ordinary purDosesT The gentlemen
will no doubt reap-a rich harvest from
their aquisition and they will be envied
by other lumbermen. Titusvllle Courier,
June 30.
Tbe exoitement occasioned by the
"conlession" of Mrs. Stella Hodge to the
effect that she accidentally killed Euille
Amann of Warren, on the nigbt of
January 27 last, appears to have about all
subsided. From the first tbe woman's
story was seriously doubted, and today
it would be bard to find a person who
places any credence in ber narrative.
Whether the story will be used by the de
fence in tbelr argument for a new trial
for Andrews is problematical. Today
completes the 2otb in which tbey can
present reasons why a new trial should
be granted and it is likely that every
scrap bearing on the case, that is of any
advantage to tbe defense, will be ntilized
by tbe attorneys for tbe convicted man.
Should the court refuse a new trial tbe
case will be appealed to tbe Supreme
court and tbe case will doubtless go over
for months. Should a retrial be finally
granted tbe defense will in all probability
ask for acbange of venue, alleging that tbe
defendant cannot secure an impartial
trial in Warren couuty by reason of tbe
prejudice against him. The confession ol
tbe Hodge woman has made little if any
change In tbe sentiment of tbe minds of
the people as to the guilt or innooenoe of
State Highway Commissioner E. M.
Bigelow will visit this section of the state
this summer and inspect the proposed
roads which are to become ultimately
part of the state highway system, Mr.
Bigelow travels iu his 90-borsepower
automobile, aud iu this way is able to
cover a larger territory than would be
possible if traveling by train. Actual
work on the reconstruction of tbe roads
which are to form part of tbe state's
system of main highways will be started
within the next six or eight weeks, if tbe
present plans of Mr. Bigelow are carried
out. The new chief of the road building
department will complete the reorganiza
tion of his staff within a short time and
will hasten a start on operations, "I'm
going to build the roads and I'm going to
build tbem right," says the new commis
sioner. "I will have the necessary sur
veys advanced as rapidly as possible and
within a short time men will be at work
on tbe road building." Hon. C, A,
Randall of this place met Mr, Bigelow by
appointment at Uarrlsburg last week in
tbe interest of road construction In this
county, and the result of this conforeuce
was very gratifying, the probability be
ing that the Commissioner aud bis party
will be here to iook the ground over
within the next ten days or two weeks,
Water Hose, Hose Reels, Poultry
Netting and Supplies, Cow Ease and
Sprayers, at Mapes', Tionesta, It
Norman Sandrock visited relatives in
Oil City last week.
A son was born June SOth to Mr. and
Mrs. M. Beckett, of East Hickory.
Miss Hazel Fones is home from Oil
City for a week's vacation.
Mrs. S. G. Purvis, or Butler, Pa., is
visiting ber aunt, Mrs. G. W. Bovard.
Miss Norma Perrine, of Oil City, Is
tbe guest of Miss Hazel Fones.
Miss Margaret Yetter, of Kane, Is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. E, Wenk.
-Mrs. Wm. Smearbaugb returned
from Washington, Par., last Friday.
-Miss Hattle Belle Ylngling, of Clar
ion, Is a guest of Miss Maud Caofield.
Joseph Martin, or Tidioute, was a
business visitor In Tionesta, Saturday,
Sam Haslet and Clifford Foreman are
borne from Perry, N, Y., for a week's
Mrs. Harvey Klser or Tarentum is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. A.
Mrs. R. W. Moon spent tbe past week
visiting her sister, Mrs, Wm. Lease, at
Mrs. C. C. Rumberger and daughter,
Miss Mary, or Mars, Pa., aie guests at G.
F. Watson's.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Fitzgerald and
children, of Kane, are visiting at Wm,
Edward Joyce is down from Buffalo
assisting his brother Frank In his work
at Endeavor.
Mr, and Mrs. D. A. Everbart or Lick
ingville, were guests of Tionesta friends
on tbe 1st Inst.
-Miss Mae Gill, of Caldwell, Ohio, is
here lor a month's visit with her brother,
Prof. F. W. Gill.
Mrs. Clarence Gales and daughter, of
Cooperstown, Pa., are visiting the for
mer's aunt, Mrs, J. C. Dunn.
Bruce and Gilbert Hagerty, John
Cropp, Phil Blum and Karl Klser were
home from Bradford over tbe 4th.
Pritner Agnew passed through town
Saturday enroute to Cooksburg for a few
days' visit with relatives and Old friends.
Frank Rudolph and family came
down from Endeavor to spend tbe Fourth
with Henry Glassner's family on German
Misses Anna Mong of Jamestown, N.
Y,, Belle Anderson and Louise Clark,
were guests of Miss May Banner last
Mr. and Mrs. John Barto and daugh
ter Mildred, of Erie, were guests or Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Fleming during the past
A card from Newkirk Carson in
Ponce, Porto Rico, dated June 23d, an
nounces the birth of a daughter at bis
Misses Olive Lanson and Glenna
Weaver have gone to Jamestown, N, Y.,
to attend the Hill Piano School for two
A marriage license was granted in
Franklin last Friday to George Hewitt
and Mrs. Elizabeth Swyers, both or
A. M. Dunale and J. G. Harmon or
Kellettvllle, and S. S. Weaver or Tylers
burg, wore among our welcome callers on
tbe 1st Inst.
Mr. and Mrs, John Titus, or Barnes,
and Prof. Ford aud wife, of Bradford,
were guests of Dr. and Mrs. J, C. Dunn
last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Sbawgo and
little son Raymond, of Franklin, visited
ber sister, Mrs. H. W. McCoy, of German
Hill, over Sunday.
Mrs. Clyde Shriver and children, ot
Oil City, spent last week with Tionesta
relatives and Clyde was up to spend
Sunday with tbem.
Walter Duubam, who baa been at
Lamison, Ala., for some time, Is spend
ing a month's vacation with his mother
in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Karl Wenk came down from
Kane Friday evening for a few days' re
creation with old home friends, return
ing Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Howard McDougall is visiting
relatives in East Brady, Butler and other
places. Her guest, Mrs. Ghent, returned
borne to New York on tbe 4th.
Oscar CoHrad and family of McKees
port, Pa., have been guests or the for
mer's uncle, Hon. C. A, Randall, at the
Rural House, ths past fortnight.
Mrs. David Edwards and two chil
dren, or Sharon, are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. W, Clark. Mr. Edwards
was here with tbem over tbe 4tb.
Mrs. Joseph Morgan Is paying a visit
to her daughters, Misses Mary and Bessie,
who are conducting a flourishing milli
nery establishment at Alliance, Ohio,
E. E. Norton, the lumberman, left
this afternoon for Hickory, where be bas
JubI completed the purchase of a piece of
tlmberland. Titusvllle Courier, 10th.
Tbe "baby poet" of tbe Seneca Kicker
records the adveut or a son in tbe house
hold of Rev. R. A. Zahniser, who 1b
stationed at New Brighton, Pa., on the
3d inst.
Charles Imel is home from State
College aud bas employment during tbe
vacation In the office of the division en
gineer of tbe Pennsylvania Railroad, in
Oil City.
Mr. aud Mrs. George Meager and
children, of Jamestown, N, Y., were
guests over the Fourth of Mrs, Meager's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Welngard,
German Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Clark and sons
Gilbert and William, of Philadelphia, are
paying a visit to tbe former's cousius,
James, Charles and Joseph Clark, and
Mrs. Mary Thomson.
J.J. Connelly came up from Pittsburg
to spend a sane Fourth, catch a few IIhIi
and visit Mrs. Connelly, who ban beeu
with her father, Mr. Robinson, during
his illness and convalescence,
Mrs, M. Cramer of Cleveland, Ohio,
Miss Katheribe Nicholes of Beaver Falls,
Pa., and Miss Florence Knspp of Toronto
Ohio, are visiting their aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Dauiel Walters.
Lew E. Huddlesou, who was formerly
a resilient of Oil City, but who subse
quently engaged iu the plumbing busi
ness, at Pittsburg, and still later in the oil
business in Okl ahorua, was bere today,
accompanied by bis brother, whose home
is in Los Angeles, Cal. Tbe brothers
went up tbe river this afternoon and will
spend a few days witb friends In tbe
vicinity of Tionesta and Hlokory, tbe
scene of their boyhood days.-Oil City
Blizzard, 7th.
Harry Watson and family, who spent
tbe past two years at Hardy, California,
have returned from the Pacifio coast and
expect to again take up their residence
among old friends In tbe east.
Mrs. H, S. CanQeld, at the Globe
Hotel, West Hickory bas as ber guest her
sisler-ln-law, Mrs. Newton Zahniser, of
Bridgeport, 111. Her brother, Dewltt
Zahniser, is also a guest for a few weeks.
Mrs. Fred Slocom and three children
of Erie, who spent the past two weeks
with ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F,
Watson, returned borne Tuesday. Mrs.
Harry Watson and two sons accompanied
Miss Iva D. Carpenter, of Endeavor,
one or our county's progressive and pop
ular teachers, bas accepted tbe position or
teacber of the eighth grade In tbe public
schools in Racine, Wisconsin, at a salary
of $650 a year.
Mr. and Mrs. George Moran and
young son, of Fredonla, N. Y., sre guests
at tbe home or Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Her
man. Mrs. Moran is pleasantly remem
bered as Miss Angle Frost, a former
frequent visitor In Tionesta.
Mrs. Maud Berlin and son Carroll, of
Starr, are visiting relatives In Zanesvllle,
Ohio, for a few weeks. Mrs. Berlin, who
bas been one of tbe successful teachers in
Kellettvllle, bas accepted tbe position of
teacber of tbe seventh grade In the
Clarion public schools,
Frank P. Walker is back from Lami
son, Ala., visiting his old home and
friends for a few months. Frank has bad
charge of tbe logging train at the Watson
Buzard lumbering plant at that place for
tbe past eighteen months, and likes it
first rate down in old Dixey land.
Levi F. Jackson of Fieldmore and
Miss Estella May Ewing of Forest county
were married yesterday by Alderman
Charles F. Ieibrioh. They will com
mence housekeeping at once at Field
more and will have the good wishes of
many people. Titusville Herald, 5th.
Dr. Glenn Henry, having finished bis
medical studies at tbe University of
Pennsylvania and taken the slate exami
nation, Is borne to stay, and Is receiving
tbe congratulations of friends upon bis
successful finish. We believe be bas not
fully decided on a permanent location as
At recent meetings of tbe Borough
school board tbe vacanoy in tbe assistant
principalship, and that in Room 4 were
filled, the former by tbe election of Prof.
Harry A. Smith of Mayburg, a graduate
of Lock Haven Normal, and the latter by
tbe election of Miss Ida Paup of tbe
A Jolly camping party from Kane
transferred at Warren this morning,
bouud for Dawson Run, near Tionesta.
They were Dr. W. O. Baker snd daughter
Martha, Charles O. Baker, Mrs. Wm.
Baker, Miss Ina Zeller and Henry Jones,
wife and children. All expect to have a
good time in camping until August 18th.
Warren Times, 10th.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Fulton are
entertaining a house party in a very
pleasant manner at their cottage at Hun
ter Station. Tbe members of the party
are, Miss Maude Grove and Leo Gibson,
or Jamestown, N. Y., Mrs. E. T. Beck, or
Warren, James Wilbur, or Pleasantville,
Mrs. Cora Felt, Miss Lucy Huling and
G. II. Herman, or Tionesta.
Subscription renewals from the fol
lowing persons are thankfully acknowl
edged: H. S. Caofield, West Hickory;
S. S. Weaver, Tylersburg; A, M.Dunkle,
J. G. Harmon, Kellettvllle; D. A. Ever
bart, Llcklngvllle; Mrs, Andrew Carr,
Franklin; Pritner Agnew, Youngsville;
Mrs. Bertba Henry, Jacob E. Wagner,
Tionesta; W, O. Fuellhart, Endeavor,
Our old friend John McClure of
Youngstown, Ohio, la here on his annual
troutfisbing pilgrimage. Mr. McClure
enjoys these yearly excursions not bo
much for the great abundance of trout he
gets for he takes only a few of the larger
size but tbe babbling brook and tbe
beautiful forest veudure appeal to him as
no other recreation can, and he always
feels a year younger after a week's com
munion witb nature,
Mrs. Clyde E. Wbltehill came down
from Marienvllle Sunday where she bad
been visiting for a couple of weeks. She
was accompanied by ber children, Helen,
Eugene and Ralph, and they were guests
until this morning at the home of J. E.
and Mrs. Wenk, when they started for
tbelr home In Muncie, Ind., accompanied
by Miss Madeline Yetter of Kane, aud
BenJ. Wenk of tbe Rkpuiimcan force.
Robert Fudge Is driving Mrs. Wbitebill's
oar, and be expects to land the party at
M uncle In a two days' drive.
Married by the Rev. J. W. Smith at
his residence on Liberty street this fore
noon, Mr. Nelsou O. McDonald, of War
ren, and Miss Mae Elliot, of Tionesta.
Tbe young couple expect to make their
future borne in this city, Warren Times,
June 28th. This Item will doubtless
prove a pleasant surprise to the many
Forest county friends of tbe bride, who .8
a daughter of James Elllotof Stewart Run
and one of our county's popular school
teachers. The groom is a son of John
McDonald, of Hickory township, aud bas
many friends in that community where
he is well and favorably known. Tbe
good wishes of all our people go with tbe
tbe happy young couple iu their new
Hot Weather Merchandise.
Fly Killers.
Screen Windows,
Screen Doors.
Bronze Wire Clotb.
Painted Wire Cloth.
It H. C. Mapks, Tionesta, Pa,
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received for re
building tbe Porter Farm school house,
Howe township. The old specifications
will be used and can be seen at tbe secre
tary's, at Brookston, Pa. Bids will be
opened at Lynch, Pa., on the 18th day of
July, at 10 o'clock a, in.
A. C. Orkoo, Secretary,
Right lu your busiest season wheu
you have tbe least time to spare you are
most likely to take diarrhoea and lose
several (lays' lime, unless you have
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy at hand ami take a dose on
the first appearauce of the disease. For
sale by all dealers.
There is just as much difference in
talking macbiues as there is in pianos.
The Columbia Urapho-
Is the original "talking machine,"
made under the original basic pat
ents. All other machines came later
and have never caught up.
We have two bargains in Disc
Bovard's Pharmacy.
Hopkins' Store.
If Yo7Want
To be sure your feet are cor-
rectly dressed with the latest
style Shoes, bring them to
Hopkins' Store.
and Oxfords
For Men, Young Men and
Uoys. Shoes aod Oxfords
for Ladies, Mieses and Chil
dren. Prices
Range from 50c
to $4.00.
The Home of Queen Quality, .
L. J. Hopkins
Examine Your Binder, Mow
er, Rake,
And other Tools you need for Har
vest. Write or telephone us your
We have a large assortment,
but may be short the day you need
Tionesta Hardware.
We CSIve "N. & II."
Men's Genuine Panamas at
An early season purcliaso aud late delivery, that did not cost us any
thing is the reason for the small price on gouuiue Panamas.
And while the Hats are not ten dollar Panamas reduced to two aud a
quarter each, thoy are the best values we ever saw or sold at tho price
Men's Mohair Suits, $20.
No necessity for men sweltoring in hot woolen garments as a Mohair is
the coolest, thinnest garment ever put on, and hold tlioir shape and look and
wear as well as any cloth suit will under similar conditions.
Thin Underwear.
Negligee Shirts.
Light Hosiery.
Straw Hats.
tons. PR
See our line of
The latest fad.
The Leading Jeweler,
Base Ball
We have added this sea
son to our summer stock a
full assortment of
Sporting Shoes
In all sizes. If you are in
clined to partake in any.
sport and want to be prop
erly shod you should see us.
Base Ball Shoes,
Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca
more Streets,
Urevn Trad lug Stamp.

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