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AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE? You aauuot afford to take jour own rink against loaa by fire. Remember that we represent 14 OF THE BEST COMPANIES IN THE. WORLD, and will be glad to call on you when you wtnt fire Inmiranne that really protects. Drop us a card and we'll do the rest. We are agents In this oountv for the TITLE GUARANTY AND TRUST CO.. nd can furnish security for County otllolala, bank olllolals, etc. C. II AMI k SON, TIONESTA and RELLETTVILLK.PA. In a Vims Ily Ourselves. Every graduate has been provided with position. More than ever, employed in Warren this year. Our practical methods have made us leaders. Warren Kusluens College, Warren, Pa. LOCAL AND" MISCELLANEOUS. NKW ADVKBT1MKMKNTN. tievl 4 Co. Ad. Ummeri. Ad. Penn'a Hv. Ad. Prod iu in Co. Ad. Boggs A Buhl. Ad. The Prints Co. Ad. The K inter Co. Ad. Oil City Trust Co. Ad. Hmart Hllberberg. Ad. Nlgwnrth Hardware. Ad. PaHtlme Theatre. Header. Monarch Clothing. Co. Ad. Mrs. Jen nl A snow. Local. i'oreKt Co. Nat. Bank. Ad. The Distinctive Garment Store. Ad. Oil market closed at 2 50. Is your subscription paldT You can get It at llopklna' store. If V. R. Lansoo sells oleomargarine. Adv. tf SA Horse blankets and robea at 8. 8. 8lgwortb's. adv. Shot guna aud rifles, ammunition and bunting coata at 8. 8. Sigworth's. adv. Comfort and economy make happy homes. You get both by using Cole's Uol Blast Heaters. adv The German Hill school will bold pie social at the school bouse, Friday eve ning, Oct. 17lu. Every one oome and brinrf some one else. The Rkpuhmcan can furulsb you with the very latest In engraved calling cards or anything else In that line, at reasonable prices, tf. -The tirttt killing frost of the fall sea son struck the river valley bare Monday night and Tuesday morning all tender vegetation bore a wilted look. If any of our readera should be In need of a gas range, In good condition, and at a bargain price, Ibia otUce can put them wise. Apply early. adv. The W. C. T. U. picnio will be held at the County Home ou Friday, Oct. 17th. Those who were solicited last week are kindly requested to furnish the same this week. Oleomargarine always fresh, always the same price and making new frienda each day, at 20o per pound in nine pound lota, at the Salmon Creek Mercantile Co., Kellettvllle, Pa. adv Communion services will be held in the Presbyterian church next Sabbath morning at U o'clock. Preparatory aer Vicea Thursday and Friday evenings at 7:30 o'clock. A cordial Invitation to all. -The Ladies Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will bold their annual Christmas bazsar and aupper on Friday evening, Deo. 6tb, 1013. The names of the Committees and a more extended notice will be given next week. State Superintendent of Publlo In struction, Dr. SchaetTer, has issued the annual fall arbor day proclamation, des ignating Friday, Oct. 24, as the day. Therefore it is a good plan to plant a tree or two on that day and also other daya. Mra. Jennie Agnew, who expecta to leave Tionesta shortly, has a gas range, a Reznor heating stove, a couple of tables and some chairs abe would like to dis pose of before leaving. Tbey will be sold at very reasonable prices. Call at ber home, North Elm street. adv E. F. Dolby, a woodsman employed near Trueinana, Howe township, was taken to Emergency hospital, Warren, Monday, suffering wlih a badly crushed right foot. Mr. Dolby received bit in jury Saturday while eugaged in cutting timber near Trumann. The injury was a aerioua one and it may be necessary to amputate tbe foot. The bunting season for pheasant, woodcock and squirrels opens today, and many there be who are aware of the fact and in tbe woods with their fowling pieces to get tbe early bird or 'frisky rodent. Buuny's time ia postponed, yet fifteen days by the law, but with so many guns abauging be may get a Htray shot now and then should be venture out of tbe brush heap or stone pile. Wednesday of last week Dr. Detar of Kellettvllle look Joseph Stoltz of Ne braska to tbe Emergency hospital at War reu, Buffering with typhoid fever. On the same day the Doctor also took Mra. Fitzgerald of Kellnttviile to the hospital for an operation which was performed by Dr. Kobcrlson with Dr. Detsr's assistance. Both patients were doing nicely at last ac counts, and their complete recovery Is expected. The Philadelphia Athletics won the world's baseball championship on Satur day from tbe New York Nationals, tbe scores of the games won by them being G 4, 8 2, 6 5 and 8 1. New York took the seoond game 3 0 with Mattbewson pitch ing, but be could not repeat Saturday against the wonderful pitching of Plank, who held New York to two bits. The American Leaguersoutpltched, outbatted, and outplayed their rivals at all points, Mack's winning pltcbera were Bender, Bush and Plank. Tbe players' share of the receipts was f 135,103 89. Twenty-bye players on each team were eligible to play in the series, therefore each man upon the winning side will receive $3,244, and each member of tbe losing team 2,162. yf TI,e r Quality During a quick, sharp windstorm Saturday afternoon Wm. Lawrence's foot bridge ovl tbe creek wa over turned and badly (rn up, ao muoh so, In fact, that several daya were required to make tbe necessary repairs. Tbe atom waa a peculiar one, something In the na ture of a whirlwind which divided about the center of tbe town and doing some dsmage at eiiber end, several trees In the northern portion being twisted and torn eonslderably, --Mrs. MoMlllen, wife of E. W. Mo Mlllen, died at the family home at New town Milla Saturday evening, 11th Inst., after a week's Illness of liver trouble. She was sged 78 years, and besides tbe husband, is survived by four children: Mra. Albert Smith nf Nebraska, Mrs. Cbartea Feik olStrattnnvllle, Edward of North Carolina, and Conrad, employed at the Coleman lumbering plant, Tionesta. Monday her remains were conveyed to Brnokvllle. ber former borne, for Inter ment. Ralph Cook is ridding up and getting material on tbe ground for tbe erection of a garage on lots scqulred of tbe Forest County bsnk and James Lsndera wbere the old akatlng rink onoe stood. Tbe building will be a commodious affair, about 4Sxt(5 feet, capable of housing a dozen or more machine, and will be built of tiling, thoroughly tireproof. The location ia a convenient one, and aa Mr. Cook will handle all kinds of automo bile gooda and be prepared to make all ordinary repairs, he wUI not lack for plenty ol pitrouage from tbe auto publlo. Robert F. Bean, who looks after the oil lease of Proper and Behrens nu Ger man Hill, and does a little farming on the aide, baa no kick coining on bis po tato crop this year. From a small patch he just UnUheJ digging 46 bushels, and if the sample lot he sent to the editor of tbe Rkpuhmcan is a fair representation of tbe whole "digging," then he is en titled to tbe blue ribbon sure. They are monsters In size, smooth and well-sbapen, and the eating qualitiea cannot be ex celled. The potatnei are of tbe "Rose of Sharon" variety. Mr Bean has our tbanka. , ., 8. P. Whitman at bia farm known aa theoldSelden Whitman farm, Tionesta twp., one mile from Ne rarka., will dis pose nf bis livestock and farming utensils at public aale on Saturday, Nov. 1, 1913 The sale will beglu at one o'clock, p. in., and will embrace the following property: Tbree rows-two four years old and one two yeara old, one year old bog, one sow witb eight pigs, one spring pig, one buggy, one set buggy barneaa, thirty roda of chicken fence, one one horse wagon, one two-horse wagon, alxty chickens mostl full blooded White Leghorns, and a lot of other peraonal property too num erous to mention. Terma made known on day nf sale. The Rlizztrd editor, who evidently motors out of a ploasaot autumn after noon, finds a lot of beauty along the way and telle about Ibia way: "Persons wish ing to feast their eyes upon scenery worth looking at should drive out Pluraer way and take a look at the hillsides of Cherry Run, arrayed In their autumnal aplit skirls of many colore. Or, if time permits, take a longer drive to President, going np one side of the river and down on the other. Or go up through Titus ville, beyond Centerville, and view the landscape o'er. It ia worth seeing. An other beautiful landsoape view may be obtained driving from Fryburg to Clar ion. There la a nice, abort drive bt.ween Tionesta aud Tidinute, following tbe river bank, and the scenery for thirty or forty miles along Tiones'a creek, between Tiouesta and Sheffield, is simply beyond description. And these are only a few of the many attractive places to be visited wltbiu a short run from Oil City. Tboae who fall to improve the October oppor tunities make a mistake. " If you haven't bothered much about tbe teachers' inatitute, which convenes next week. It will be well to give it a thought now, as it's going to be worth your w bile, especially aa to tbe evening entertainments. Monday night Miss Marie C. Brehm will deliver ber leoture on the subject, "The Voice of Science." While Miss Brehm baa a world-wide tep utatioo as a speaker aud ber services come blgb, arrangements have been inade whereby no admission will be charged to bear this gifted woman's discourse. Tuesdsy evening tbe DsKoven Male Quartette will give one of tbeir charming entertainments, Tbe reputation of this splendid troupe should pack the court bouse. Wednesday evening Dr. Edward Amberst Otl, one of America's most powerful orators will be tbe attraction, He bas appeared before more than 3,000 audiencea In this country and baa obarmed hundreds of thousands of people wbo have heard him. Ooe account says, "American audiences csn scarce get enough of this man and bia purposeful oratory." Thursday evening the Metro politan Musical Club will bold the boarda. This l another of the fine musical aggre gations ol the country and will doubtless be greeted by a full house. Don't fail to attend and bear these good attractions. Course tickets, with reserved seata, will be on sale next Friday morning at R. M. Herman's store. Instantly Killed By Bursting Pulley. Gunier Nelson, aged about 21 yeara, was instantly killed at theCbemlcal plant at Mayburg, tbis county, Sunday night last. He was employed on tbe nigbtshifl and while in the performance of bis duties, about II o'clock, an Iron pulley ou a large linealiaft, running at a high speed, buret, and one nf tbe flying pieces struck the young man on tbe back of the bead killing bim Instantly. In the hope that there might be some life left, Dr. Detar of Kellettvllle was hastily sum mnned, but it was tbe doctor's opinion that the man never breathed after being struck. When tbe pulley went to pieces the belt wound around the abaft and pulled the whole shafting down, the huge Irons Just grazing the bead of tbe engineer who waa standing almost directly nnder tbe shaft. Tbe body of young Nelson waa placed In oharge of Undertaker Borden of Shef field, Monday, and waa given burial In the cemetery at Mt. Jewett, Pa , Tuesday afternoon. His parents reside In Sweden, be having come to this country less than two years ago. He baa some brothers living in the vicinity. They Make You Feel Good. Tbe pleasant purgative effect produced by Chamberlain's Tablets and the healthy cooditinn of body aud mind wbicb they create make one feel joyful. For sale by all druggists. adv. PERSONAL. -Mrs. Ella Matthews, ol Oil City, was a guest of Mrs. 8. R. Maxwell yesterday. Dr. D. L. MoAnincb of Lamarline, Pa was a visitor In Tionesta Wednesdsy last. Mr. and Mra. W. C. Imel and daugh ter Helen spent Sunday with frienda in Tidionte. George Davis oame over from Mead vllle last Thursday for a visit wltb bis brother, Fred. Davis. -Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Hancbelt, of Tl dloute, autoed down last Thursday after noon and werecallingon Tionesta friends. Mr. and Mra. Fred Garrett, of Wii klnshurg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howe Lyons several days of the past week. George R. Dawson nf Philadelphia Is combining business wlih pleasu-e In a few daya' vlait to old frlendi in Tiouesta and vlcluity. Mra. J. G. Hunter and daughters Eva and Maxine were up from Oil City over Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Frauk MuNeal of Kane, motored down last Wednesday and spent the day in Tionesta as guests at the home of Mr. and Mra. J. C. Geist. -Master Bob White Mitchell, wbu had been tbe guest of his aunt, Mra. J. J. Landers, for some lime, returned lo bia borne in Titusvilln, Saturday, Mi, 8 Sarah Atchison of Pleasaotvllle, was a passenger on tbe Sunday excursiou and spent tbe day here very pleasantly with ber father, A, F. Atchison, Mra. George Galey and daughter, Miss Mildred, of Grove City, returned home today from a pleasadt tbree weeks' visit wltb the former's sister, Mrs. J. R. Morgan. -Mr. and Mra. W. G. Wyman and daughter, Cnrlnne, of Erie, came down Friday evening and spent Sunday with Mrs. Wyman'a parents, Mr. and Mrs, James Hullngs. A marriage license was granted today by Recorder Baaaett to Ralph W. White bill, of Kellettvllle, Pa., and Miss F. Ruth Klinestlver, of Sheffield, Pa. Warren Times, Tuesday, Mr. and Mra. Thomas Snodgrass left Monday noon for a two weeks' vscation trip, during which tbey will visit rela tives in Oil City, Sparlansburg, Wilcox, Union City and Bradford. Mr. and Mra. Wm. Lawrence, J. A. and Edward Lawrence went down to New Alexandria, Pa., by auto the drat of last week and spent a day or two witb Dr. aud Mra. J. D. Greaves, Robert A. Fulton returned Monday from a two weeks' visit with bis parents, Mr. and Mra. L. Lulton, In Dan bury, Conn., also taking !n the sights in New York and nlber eastern cltioa. Mr, and Mra. Harry Toner, of Can ton, Pa., left for Emporium, Pa., Satur day, to continue their visit witb friends. Mrs, Toner bad been tbe guest of Mrs. Frank Brink for three weeks. Mrs. Wm, Sinearbaugh eutertained forty or more of ber lady friends at luncheon Friday afternoon, honoring her bouse guests, Mrs. Kate B. Craig and daughter, Miss Daisy, of Los Angeles. Prof. L. P. White, principal of tbe borough high school waa called to Cory dou. Pa., t rlday afternoon to atleud tbe funeral of bia uncle, Jay White, an old and respected resident of that commu nity. Mr. and Mra. G. W. Arner and daughter, of Rimersburg, Pa., were guests of Tionesta frienda a few days the last of tbe week. Mrs. Arner will be better remembered here ss Miss Lizzie Dewall. Charles Imel, who bas been em ployed for tbe past two months as a civ engineer by the Us vis Colliery and Min ing Co., at Coalton, W. Va., arrived borne Friday. He is having a tussle wltb jaun dice and came borne to recuperate. Wm. Smearbaugh and daughters, Marie, Helen, and Mra, Edwards, and Misa Daisy Craig motored to Erie Wednesday, and returned in the evening in a new Cadillao touring car of the 1014 model, witb full electrical equipment. A number of the gentlemen frienda of Mr, Edward Corah tendered bim a banquet last evening at the, Carver House In honor of bia approaching marriage. Mr. Corah will be wedded tomorrow to Misa Mary MoNamara. Warren Times, Tuesday. Jack Brown, the veteran fisherman of Thomson's eddy, who bas been a patient at tbe Warren Emergency hospital for many weeks suffering witb dropsy, bad so tar recovered last week that be was able to be moved to the home of bia son, Fred, at Olenn. Miss Katharine Osgood has resigned her position as teacher of room No. 2 in the Borough acboola aud next Friday goea to Akron, Ohio, wbere she bas been elected to a position in tbe publlo schools at a salary of $72.50 per month. Tbe va oancy here baa not yet been tilled. Charles Otis Rudolph of Endeavor, and Miss Laura Thorn tou of Truemana, Pa., both popular young people in their communities, were united in marriage Wednesdsy, Out. 8, 1013, at the residence of the pastor of the First Presbyterian cburcb, Rev. J. W. Smith, Warren, Pa. James F. Brecht of Endeavor, and Mrs. Verna Hyde of Tionesta, were united iu marriage Wednesday, Oct. 8, 1013, at Trinity M. E. par.onage, Oil City, the pastor, Rev. W. P. Murray, officiat ing. They will reside near Endeavor, where Mr, Brecht is prosperously engaged in farming. Araong the Bradford excursionists from here Sunday were, Mr. aud Mrs. J, D. W. Reck, Mr. and Mra. Jamea Thomas, James B. Hagerty, Misses Ethel Walters and Wllda Harmon; Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Metz of Ea,le Ruck, Ihere were a dozen well tilled coaches when the train left the Tiouesta station. Mra. George H. Killmer entertained sixteen of ber lady frienda iu a fancy work party at ber home last Tuursday afternoon. A pleasing part of the enter taiumeuiwaaa short musical program, to which Mrs. A. C. Duukle, of Oil City, contributed three vocal solos, and Mra. George B. Robinson a number of piauo selections. Rev. II. A. Bailey attended a meeting of the Presbyterian committee of the Western Theological Seminary, of which be is the chairman, Saturday evening at Pittsburg, Tbe meeting was held at the Fort Pitt hotel and was followed by s banquet, Rev. B. F. Felt very acceptably filled Mr. Bailey's pulpit at the Presby terian church at botb morning and eve ning services Sunday in tbe pastor's ab sence. Major A. C. Huideknper and son E. C. Huidekoper of Meadville, and George Chase Eq., of Titusvllle, motored over to Tionesta last Wednesday and were dinner guests at Hotel Weaver. Msjor Huideknper still claims sn interest in this section, being theowuer of consider able territory out toward the old Pilbole country, acquired during tbe palmy days of tbat historic old field of great oil opera tions. Joseph A. Kelly of Pittsburg was np a day or two of last week vlaitimt frienda and while bore arranged to have the old' school building at Oldtown, which be lately purchased, remodeled and thor oughly overhauled for use as a bunting and fishing cottage. The building oc cupies a pretty spot on tbe banka of Tio nesta creek, and when completed will he one of the plisasaoteat of outing resorts, wbere its owner will doubtless find many opportunities to enjoy the rustic comfort of country life. Dan Lytle, wbo for the past five yeara baa held tbe position of bead pipe Utter at the Cornplanter refinery, baa resigned bis position witb tbat company and left Mon day evening for Vinita, Oklahoma, wbere he bas accepted a position with the John T. Milikin Refining company aa field superintendent Warren Times. Mr. Lytle is quite well known in Tionesta wbere be baa visited frienda frequently. Mrs. Lytle, wbo la a sister of Mrs. F. S. Hunter of tbis place, will remain In War ren for tbe winter. -Sheffield Observer: W. L. Kline stlver is about again after being boused up for some time by Illness. J, B. Cottle, of Tionesta, superintendent of tbe Forest Telephone Co., was In town a few boura Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. 8. 8. Haslet arrived In town Sunday evening and are now receiving tbecongratulations of tbeir Sheffield friends. Tbey will re side here. Lawrence Klinestlver re turned the last of tbe week from Phila delphia, wbere he bad gone wltb the ex pectation of taking a course in Chemistry at tbe University of Pennsylvania. He bad beeu awarded a scholarship in tbat institution, but found when be got there tbat it was only good lor a business course, hence bis decision to return home. Big Lumber Suit. Tbe Franklin correspondent of tbe Oil City Derrick gives the following account of a lumber suit started there last week: "Charles J. Bork, of Buffalo, N. Y., through bis attorney, Robert N. Speer, today tiled In the prothonotary'a office an affidavit of defense in the suit which J. F. Proper, of Tionesta, receutly commenced against bim to recover $2,580, alleged to be due on lumber aold to Bork. Tbe de fendant sets forth in his auawer that on Augutt 1, 1010, be entered Into a contract witb J. C. Dunn, James J. Landers and J. F. Proper, doing business as Dunn, Lauders it Co., for tbe sale of the output of their milla along Salmon creek, For est county, including all the lumber sawn and in pilea in their yarda and to be sawn within tbe next four years, at prices agreed upon In tbe contract. The firm started lo deliver lumber to Bork and shortly afterward Dunn and Landers re tired from the business by selling to A. L. Weller, of Kellettvllle, the right to cut lumber on tbe same property iLal tbe Bork lumber was to be taken from. "Notwithstanding tbat Bork waa not a party to tbe Weller agreement, Proper carried out its terms. At the same time be continued to deliver lumber to Bork. Finally tbeie arose a dispute between Proper and Bork relative to tbe delivery of lumber and tbe payment therefor, and Bork finally paid Proper'a attorney $500, witb tbe understanding that tbe original coulract with Dunn, Landers it Co. would be carried out. Tbe plaintiff re fused to keep tbe agreement bis attorney made, and Bork seta up a counter claim of $25,000 damages, being tbe profit be would have realized on the lumber. He also says tbe balance due Proper on lum ber is $1,458.75, and not $2,580. "Bork also bas another defense. It grows out of a suit tbat Proper tiled against bim lo tbe city court at Buffalo, which waa wou by Proper." A Pleasant Surprise. On Thursday last about twenty five friends and relatives of Miss Edith Kiffer assembled at ber borne on Yellow Ham mer Kidge, near Endeavor, and bad a social dinner and donation for ber. Tbnae going from Endeavor were conveyed by tbe kindness of John Taft, Sr., aud Mrs. John Whitehill. We arrived at ber home about eleven o'clock aud took "Aunt Edie," as we all call ber, by surprise. Dinner was soon arranged for by aetting the tablea out under the maples in ber yard, and tbey fairly groaned with good things to eat. We were soon all seated around the tables doing lustlce to tbe good things, if not to oursel ves, and even the boney bees came aud helped us. It was an ideal day lor the occasion and we enjoyed ourselves very much, and Aunt Kdle's kitchen resembled a small grocery store in its abundance. At three o'clock we started for home, well satis tied with tbe resulta and thinking it a day well spent. Onk ok thb Outsrs. Pastime Theatre Program. WEDNESDAY. "The Pit and tbe Pendulum." 3 Reels 3 A Feature Picture. Don't Miss This. THURSDAY. "A Woman Scorned." 2- Keels-2 "vVhere Love Dwells." FRIDAY. "Carmen." A Great Feature. 3- Keels-3 SATURDAY. "In Hand Witb Dta'.b." 3-Reels-3 All Features, ady Horses For Sale. Twenty-live head of draft general busi ness horses. Two nisted paira of Ibree-year-olds, blacks. These burses are all biokea and ready for work. Will sell and trade all week, beginning Tuesday, 0-t. 14, 1013. Don't miss this great auc tion sale, Saturday, Oct. 18th, 12 o'clock, at Edelblute'a Barn, Krookvllle, Pa. adv2t Urant Sbuhtkk. ; t . j The DeKoven Male Quartette. InstltuteCou.se, Court House, Tuesday Evening, Oct. 21, 8 o'clock. Jurors For November Court. OKANII J c nous. Ani)strong,Frank, luborer,Tionestu Boro. Rupert, 0. E., ganger, Howe. Leslie, Frank, fnriner, Burnett. Kinick, Charles, farmer, Harmony. Ion, J. P., farmer, Burnett. Woodruff, Charles, furmcr, Howe. Mealy, Jumes, farmer, Hickory. Shorts, C. R., pumper, Hickory. Vogus, Win., laborer, Kingsley, Bailey, Charles, laborer, Burnett. Flynn, John, laborer, Kingsley. Frost, D., luborer, Howe. Zcrbe, C. E., laborer, IIowo. Boyles, W. II., farmer, Burnett. Lowman, William, driller, Junks. Fogle, M. L., driller, Harmony. Witherell, Frank, b. h. keeper, Hickory. Crider, G. E., superintendent, Hickory. Dodge, E. F., laborer, Jcnks. (Ionium, L. A., oil producer, Harmony. Wcntwortli, J. D., furmcr, Tionesta Twp. Bean, Ed., carpenter, Kingsley. McCool, C. W., luborer, Howe. Blum, Henry, furmcr, Tiunesta Twp. 1-ETIT Jl llOIIS. McClcllaii, J. E., clerk, Jcnks. Ishinun, W. B., furnier, Harnett. Smith, George, luborer, Howe. Brown, E. M., luborer, Howe. Knight, Joseph, furnier, Burnett. Kuhns, J. L., farmer, Burnett. Walters, Henry L., luborer.Tionestu Boro. Kincli, J. A., pumper, Howe. Cross, L. M., furnier, Tionesta Twp. Knight, Robert M., laborer, Burnett. Clurk, Judson, furnier, Hickory. Hunt, C. F., furmcr, Jenks. Mculy, Wallace, carpenter, Tionesta Boro. Thomson, A. L., farmer, Tionesta Twp. Murray, C. A., farmer, Jenks. Caldwell, H. B., laborer, Jenks. Loroin, R., superintendent, Kingsley. Johnson, Geo. It., supt., Kingsley. Shaw, John, laborer, Kingsley. Siggins, Orion, lumbermun, Ilurmony. Fiscus, Ed., laborer, IIowo. Yarnell, Henry, farmer, Ilurmony. I"cck,J.D.W., oil pro(lucer,Tionestu Boro. Dilpklp, George, furmcr, Burnett. Williams, Philip, olerk, Tionesta Boro. Shaffer, W. II., farmer, Tionesta Twp. Mong, A. W., furnier, Tionesta Twp. Davis, Archie, luborer, Tionesta Boro. Mealy, Jucob, furnier, Tionesta Twp. Carpenter, J. E., luborer, Hickory. Wenk, Ferdinand, farmer, Tionesta Twp. Cox, Charles, furnier, Hickory. Johnson, Fred., luborer, Jenks. Weaver, D. P., farmer, Burnett. Ross, A. M., ganger, Harmony. Green, Joseph, tux collector, Ilurmony. Huling, L. W., furnier, Burnett. Hoovler, F. M., furnier, Huriuony. Silzle, John, clerk, Kingsley. Slocuni, Win., luborer, Howe. McCool, Charles, laborer, Tionesta Iloro. Cussing, J. K,, furnier, Burnett. Jensen, 8. C, furmcr, Kingsley. Swab, J. E., butcher, Hickory. Carruth Yingling. Mils Reba Erdine Yingling, daughter of Mr. and Mra. R. G. Yingling of Wil kinaburg, and Frederick Carruth of Cleveland, O., were married Thursday night, October 0, 1013, at the home of the bride's parents, by tbe Rev, David Lat abaw of New York city, national secre tary of the Young Men's Christian Asso ciation, who came to Pittsburgh to offi ciate at tbis wedding. Tbe ceremony was solemnized iu the library of the Yingling home, In a bower of greenery festooned with roses. Wedding bells ap peared also In the decorations, especially in the music room, whero tbey were clustered in the shower of tulle and (low ers above the bride'a table. It was a rainbow wedding, with the matron and maids appearing in pale colored gowns, draped witb white lace, and carrying pale pink roses tied with tulle to match their respective gowns. The bride wore white satin lace draped and ber flowers wore white roses and lilies ol the valley. Mrs. O. C. Yingling, the matron of honor, wore pale green charinouso, aud the maids, Miss Stella Holt of New York, in pink charmeuse; Miss Jessie Townseud, in golden crepe meteor, and Miss Anna Fried, in blue brocaded satin, typified tbe other colors of the rainbow. Mr. Carruth's best man was Ernest Moreau of Detroit, Mich., and the ushers were Roy Yingling, a brother of the bride, and Ralph Sanborn of Cleveland, Following the ceremony, Mr. aud Mra. Carruth went East on a honeymoon trip of several weeks. Tbey will be at home in North avenue, W'ilkinsburg, after February 1. Pittsburgh Gazette-Times. The bride was a former resident of Clarion and is well known to many of our readers. Miss Maude Can field of Tionesta, a teacher in the schools iu Cur wensville, was a guest at the wedding. Timber For Sale. All the while oak and pine timber on the farm of the late Christian Korb, in Tiouesta township, will be sold to the highest bidder, bids lo be opened Nov. 15, 1013. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. adv3t W. A. Kokii. Men Wanted. Men for Brakemen and Firemen on Al legheny division of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Report to Agent, Tionesta, or Assistant Train Master's of fice, Smith Brothers block, Kim St., Oil City, Pa.-adv. 2l Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines. If you want to contribute directly to the occurrence of capillary bronchitis and pneumonia use cough medicines that con lain codiue, morphiue, heroin and other sedatives when you have a cough or cold. Au expectorant liko Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is what is needed. That cleans nut the culture beds or breeding places for the germs of pneumonia and other germ diseases. That is why pneu monia never results Irom a cold when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is used. It bas a world wide reputation for its cures. It contains no morphine or other sedative. For sale by all druggists, adv Buy this $20 "Eclipse" Graphophone On Payments at $5 a month. This is no mere household ornament but a continuous all-the-year-round de light. It is undoubtedly an education to hear the recorded music of the world's great artists, bands, orchestras, pianists and violinists. Where can you better spend your money than in this graphophone, which gives entertainment to yourself and friends, and positive education to the children. Bovard's Pharmacy. When You Buy Shoes You want shoe value. We can give it to you in the Strootman Shoe For Women, stylish and de pendable, Which Sells at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. They have all the elegance of design of the high-priced shoes. They have comfort, ease and perfect fit, and they have the dependability of genuine material. L. J. Hopkins FOE, THE HUNTER OR FISHERMAN "The bass are bitin'," and there is no better sport in this world than a day spent in a boat on the old Alle gheny or on Tionesta Creek. And this brings us to the subject of the proper fish ing tackle to help make the day a success. We can sup ply your wants on 6hort notice. iMost anything you want can be found at our store, and we guarantee the goods and the prices to be right. The hunting season will soon be here and you will need a good gun or ammunition. All kinds ol ammuni tion in stock; also hunting coats. Give us a little time and we can get you any make of gun as cheap as you can buy it anywhere. And we're always here to make good. Come in and talk it over. Always glad to see you. A WAGON, A BUGGY, OR REPAIRS. When you need a new wagon or a buggy, repairs of any kind, etc., come here. Skillful workmen give sat isfactory work. J. 0. SCOTDEN, TIONESTA, PA. The Man, and His New Suit Most men are openly particular about the way their clothes look, fit and keep their shape; less openly, perhaps, but none the less sincerely, about the dollar-and-cents value. That's the way you feel, probably, about that new suit you're going to buy. And for that very reason we want you to come in and browse around among the scores of smart styles that are ticketed all the way From $12.00 to $30.00. Whatever you pay for your clothes here, you'll find the price associated with real quality. We'd particularly like to have you see our special val ues at $20.00 in Adler-Rochester Suits and Overcoats. K "f foFi'EL PR ICE: CLOTHTEr 415ENFJa ST. OIL CITY. PA Wedding Gifts We've made a specialty of wedding gifts for years and know just what is the proper thing We have some very appro priate pieces of Jewelry, Silverware, and Cut Glass that will prove most accepta ble gifts. We will be pleased to show them to you if you will call. IIAKVEY IKITZ, The Leading Jeweler, 32 Seneca St., Oil City, Pa. Children's Shoes. We have always been the place and the home of good shoes for children and in this department we have this sea son "excelled ourselves." We are show ing the Fancy Little Shoe that appeals, as well as The Sturdy Shoe for wear "leathers" everything a splendid line of high top and medium high top shoes. It will pay you to buy children's shoes from us. We keep the best. LEVI & CO. Corner Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, Oil. CITY, PA.