The Forest Republican. (Tionesta, Pa.) 1869-1952, February 26, 1913, Image 2
THI FOREST REPUBLICAN. t. C. WINN, toiTo P.o.airroe WEDNKHDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1913 1913 FEBRUARY 8913 1, 8 Mj tTwTt, I F Sj I I I ITT) 2 5?56 7 81 9 10;ntMl5l?15j A DESPERATE LEGISLATIVE PROP OSITION. Bill To Grab The Entire Water System of The State Is Introduced In The Senate. In the Senate of 1'ennitvlvinii lien Introduced a bill which ha fur It pur pone the reorganization of tbe Salae Water Com in Union and whlL-h I without doubt the moat lar-reat'liliiR and wilhall the most virtou In It provlBioin of any proportion ever net before a leKlnlailve body. It provldfn lor the placing of the entire water ayatein of the alate In the handi of the water cotnmisHion, which la ootnpoHnd of live peruana, any three of whom, a majority, can an on all inaltera pertaining to Ihetr riiibta or diitlea, and wlione acta hIihII he binding on the whole board. All the Htreaum, rlvern, creek m, aprlng and aouicea of water aupply are under the ooinuiiaaiuiia control all aoluely. Tina coiiiinitudon of live per aona (or any tbree of lliem, for that mat ter) la given the power uuder Ihia bill to grant tbe right of eminent domain to any private corporation, a power which for year was exercined only by railroad, and then under certain rentrlctiuuH. Willi a charter tiiid ir thin law any corporation could condemn and lake property wher ever, whatever and whenever It o desired, pving for only auub damage aa the ordinary condemnation proceedings might aet. The building of great dams for power devek piuent la provided for in tbe bill, and the taking over of any stream, great or small, for the mere ai-king would be possible under ita provixious. Could a greater lnruity be conceived in tbe minds of uieiif This la the bill which the water power grabbera are wailing fur. Under It tbe rape of the rivera and creeka ot tbe alate will begin at once. Could tbe right of euiineut douiaiu bave been granted here tofore, we have uo doubt but that the hideous dams proposed in tbia section would have already been under way. We read much iu tbe atate press about other formi of Iniquitous legislation that must be stopped or w itched st MarrU burg tbls winter, but nut one word iu condemnation of Ibis gigantic outrage. Many, no doubt, are unaware of what Is going on, but most ol the big dally papers are not Ignorant of the provisions ol this outrageous bill. Will they keep silence and let 11 go througbf (lod forbid that such a law should ever be fastened upon the people of Pennsyl vania! Speaking of Ibis bill the Titusvilie Herald aays : "This legislation la of particular Inter eat to tbls section of (ha slate, in view of tbe efforts to dam tbe Tlonesta Creek and the Clarion Klver, which have been vig orously opposed. .Should the McNichols bill been in e a law it will wiie out the preaect Water Supply commission, and substitute tho Slate Water commission, witb enlarged powers, duties and author ity over the water courses, water compa nies, etc , of tbia staie. Th bill is sweep ing in character, but look like legMa tion that la needed to prevent a wbok aaie raid upon the water power resources of tbe state." We desire to call the Herald's attention to tbe lact that "a raid upon the water power resources," is the very Intent of this Iniquitous bill, and under It the raid will be on at once. Hut under tbe law aa it now stand no raid can be made, for the reason that tbe power to grant the right ol eminent domain is denied the present State Water Supply commission. Local Option Bill Defeated. The Hock well local option bill was de feated In the House at Harrlsburg last evening, tbe vole being 121 against adop tion to H4 for It. The bill was on tbe second reading calendar. A hill has beeu introduced In the House at Harrisburg providing that the daisy be the official atate (lower and that June 14, be deaignated a "daisy day," Tbe lather of that proposition must aure be a "daisy." Why non't some member move to strike out "daisy" and Insert in lieu thereof "Cauada thistle," or "skunk's cabbage?" Our Representative at Hairisburg, Hon. A. K. Mechling, has introduced a bill appropriating fi:M,000 for purchase of 7,210 acres In forest, Clarion and Jetl'er son con nt lea to constitute tbe Cook State park and providing lor a State commis sion on parks. The bill ought to pass that this great body of limbor might be preserved for all time. M Anaukhh of the live big express eoni psnies have been keeping laba on the parcel post since it went into operation. Tbeir agents all over the country bave studied and reported the effect of the system on their business and the general verdict on the package delivery service of the companies is that It is negligible If this Is ao it Is strange that the prices of express stock should bave tumbled great ly. However, it Is clear that the parrel post business does not represent that much dead loss to the express companies. It la to a large extent a new bualnea-, that camo Into existanco hecauao of tbe Utilities ulleied (ut il. Nebraska. Samuel Preston Is home from Reno where he has been employed for some lime. Miss Mable Karn, ot near Pleasant- ville, visited ber friend, Miss Anna Cole, during the past week. I'an let Small raine home from Olean. N. Y., last week lor a short visit. He was accompanied by bia lulde who, un III a abort time ago, was Mi-a Kulh Kalterly. Our best wishes go with tbia young rouple. Klza Chitlster and Miaa Willa Kerr at tended the local institute held at Glaring Ion Saturday. 1. D. Bean had one of hla lega aeverely pinched between two log one day last week. Mlsa Klla Klabbslx was home from Clarion over Sunday. Dr. Detar and Frank Darkless, of Kel- letlville, were callera in town last week J. K. Keed expert to leave this week for a visit wilb re ativea In St. Lawrence county, N. Y. Mra. M itcbelen spent Sunday with her daughter, Mra. Percy float, at Newmans vllle. Win, Meyera waa a business visitor at Mayburg di.riug the past week. Mra. Keek Weaver and daughter were visitors at Sbellield last week. Unite number of our townsmen are acting aajurora at the county seal this week, namely: Edgar (loodwln, K. I. Kerr, A. 11. Hunter and C. M. Jones. Cherry Grove. Mrs. Grant Sutton Is on the sick list. Henry Desnuer of Mayburg spent Sun day In town. Simon Allaire, Jr., Henry Sorenaon and Wm. Pope attended the P. II. C. supper al Slietlleld Wednesday evening. The Km broidery Circle met al the home of Mra. Hannah Johnsou Saturday afternoon, owing to the Illness of Mra. (iiant Sutton, at whose borne it waa scheduled. N. L. Howard took in the P. II. C. ball at Sbellield Wednesday night. 11. W. Uillord was in Warren Friday. The HirtLday Club met at the borne of Mr, and Mrs. Wm, Johnson Saturday evening. There was a written contest In which Mrs. Klir.a Sutton carried off tlrst honors, a pretty valentine. The consola tion prir.a went to Mrs. Pesrl Pope. A dainty supper was served and all report an excellent time. tleorge Sbay was up from Trumana Monday. It la au old saying that good things comalowly. Suppose that la why we are ao long gettiug rural delivery. Another citizen in Cherry Orove and a brand uow one loo, sin 'e a young son came to the home of Mr. and Mra. Fred Howard last week. All are getting along nicely. Simon Allaire, Jr., Is driving team for U. W, Gilford. Harry Sorenscn was a Clarendon visitor Wedne, day. Miss Nellie Msrtink is stayiug witb ber mother a few days. She Inten Ja en tering the Warreu Business College attain soon. Mra. U. W. Ciltord and Mist Cora drove to Pcrkey one -day last week and brought home a new telephone purchased from 0. E. Rupert. They are now wait- lug for its installment. The one put In by tbe company owning ibe line does not ring properly. Mrs. H. B Rowley of Warren is visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mra, Christ Johnson. Henry Sorenaon waa Tlona visitor Friday. Harry Nelson was in Tiona Saturday. Again we report that Mr. A. White la in a aeriotia condition. A trained nurse is in attendance and it la reported tbat tbe doctors give little hope of recovery. Latkr Mr. Wbiledied at bia borne In 8ayhrook Saturday, the 22nd, at 4:80. Death was due to pneumonia from which he had Buffered for several days. He has been among ua for aeveral years, having timber land and a small saw mill here. We shall greatly misa our genial friend. Cooksburg. T. B. Cook was called to Harrisburg on business this week. Mrs. John Lyons, Mrs. Squire Cook and llaltie Cook spent a day witb Mrs. Fulmer last week. Bessie Chitegter spent Sunday with her parents at Greenwood, Her brother tClr.a was also home from bia school at Nebraska. Mra. Squire Cook ia making canvas gloves for sale. It. W. Welsh took diuner with Mr. and Mra MacBetb, Sunday. Hattie Conk helped at the Hotel Agnew to get supper Saturday evening. Q'lile a number from Cooksburg at tended the lecture at Clarlngton Saturday evening. All report a good time. Joe Cook and family rpeut Sunday at Cue Cook 'a. Evan Morrison spent Sunday at the home of W. C. Cook. There was no church at tbe school bouse on account of bad roads. Mrs. Jack Cook was called toSbippena- vllleto attend the funeral of her aunt, Miss MrClain. Flossie Braden came home Iroin Clar ion to attend the local Institute John Dahle made a Hying trip to Leeper, Saturday. State ok Ohio Citv, okTolkdo, I Lwuh County, j Frank J. Chrnky makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the lirm of F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business in the City ol Toledo, County and State afore said, and that said linn will pay the sum of ON K HUNDRKD DOLLARS for each and every rase of Catarrh that can not be cured by tbe use of 11 all's Ca tarrh Curb. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this tith day ol December, A. D. IHIHi. bkaL. A. W.GLEASON, A'olnry Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and inu cous surl'acesof the system. Solid tor testimonials, free. ' adv Old Age. Old age as it comes in the orderly pro cess of nature is a beautilul and msjestic tiling. It stands for experience, knowl edge, wisdom, counsel. That is old age as it should be, but old age as it olten is means poor digestion, torpid bowels, a sluvgisli liver and a general leeling of III health, despondency and misery. This in almost every instance Is wholly un necessary. One of Chamberlain'aTablela taken iinmndiatily after supper will im prove tbe digestion, tone up the liver and regulate tha bowels. Tbat feeling of des pondency will give way to one of hope aud good i-heel. Sold by all ileleis.-Ad. Local Institute Great Success. Tbe teachers of Harnett township held their annual Ixnal Institute at daring ton, Friday and Saturday, Feb. SI and 22. Although weather conditions were very unfavorable and the road were worae (ban "bad," nevertheless It wa said by all present to be the gteatest In stitute ever held in Clarlngton. One ol the most pleasing features was the Inter el displayed in the Friday evening ses sion by the local leachera. Another good feature wa the great Interest shown by the people ol Clarlngton and vicinity In attending all sessions of the Institute, After a welcome song ibe session ou Friday evening was opened by an ad dresa "Five Polnta In Discipline," by .Yilss Matthews, the Ova points, borne, school, director, teacher and rqulcinenl were eacb carefully dwelt upon. The next wa a paper by Mis F.kl. This wa a well prepared essay on "uenlua." Dr. Brewer then gave a very Interesting talk, "Some l-scts In Astronomy." He pointed nut thsl tbe study of the slara anil planet win reveal some wonderful lads. If any (ins miuhl doubt the exist ence of a Divine or Supreme being, that dtiobt will be destroyed by a study of astronomy. Next Tints. K. Knight gave some good Btiguestions for opening exer clses. First tiling, go Into the school room with s smile on vour face. Solo, Miss liunkle Next Supt. Csrson ex plained the "Course of Study." Saturday morning the session opened by devotional and a short address by Kev. P. t May. Next Prof. K. D. Hen derson of I.ske City discussed Auririil ture. Teach It practical, nut Iroin lbs text hook. Agriculture in tbe rural school may not make more farmers, but It will make better farmer. Miss Knl necky red a paper on NatureSludv. Site told ol the many beauties of tisuire we may see ir we only observe more closely. Esssy, "The Child," Mrs U. K. Ilrsden. Supt Carso t spoke on "Association In Oeograpby." Uet so e base mark, meridians and parallels, associate facts with latitude. Roy S. Braden gave a short talk on "Preparation for High School; ' prepare the director, parent and teacher, then theappllcant. r.ssay, Mary Coon, "The DavaThat Are." "Teaching. Studying, Testing," Prof. Henderson; don't give long lessons In spelling, have bookless lescber, book I esse Issues Read ing, Sadie Dunkle Nolo, Christine Hess ley. "The Poedo Art," Supt. Csrson. It was a very Interesting talk on English and American liter nure. As In his other talks, the audience waa deeply Interested and showed their anrreulatlon of the earn est etlorts nt the Superintendent by their sppln-e. Reidlna. Flossie Braden. Mr. K. I). Woltt then took up the closing per iod In discussing "The Succasslul Tesrh- er and hi School." He pointed out tbat woman as having as great auocese In teaching aa la man. The choir furnished Mood singing during the-e sessions r.vening session After solos by Mary Fulnecky and Uladys Braden, and a reading by Flossie Braden, Mr. Wollf nave hi popular lecture, "My BeslGirl." in pointing out some of the abnormal specimens, ss the man-hunting, iruin- chewing, lliriing, slsng using, athletio and society girls, he kept the audience iu a roar of laughter thai bronuht lorib Ir (iiient appla se. Ha took the closing period In praising bia "Best Girl." The audience sst in breathless silence while he lifted the true, sweet, womanly, vir tuous and ideal woman to belgbta sub lime, where she rules aa queen of her race. Mr. Wollf baa come aud gone but be has made friends In this vicinity l.v bis personality and good advice. We hope thai be may return some day, aa he gave us some sdvlce Hist may lead some of us to take a belter view of lite a. d tbe world around us. Tionesta Farmers Institute Program. Following is the program of Ibe Farm- era' Institute to be held at Tionesta, Wednseday and Thursday, March 5th aud titb: General Farming Session, Wednesday Afternoon, March 5 -2:1)0. Music; Pi aver, Rev. W. 8. Burton; Address of Wei come, T. F. Rilcbey; Respnuse, L. W. Lighty; Soil Management, J. A. Kunk; Soiling Crop-How to Handle and Feed Tbem. L. W. Lighty; How to Buy Com mercial Fertilizer and How to Use II, E. L. Phillips. Edtiettional Session, Wednesday Eve-ning.-7:4o, Music; Question Box; Begin ning the Poultry Business. 10. L. Phillips; Agriculture in the Public Schools, Prol. L. P. White; What Shall We Teach, Prof. .1. O. Carson; Tbe Rural School Aa It Should Be, L. W. Lighty. General Farming Session, Thursday Morning, March Hth. -9:30. The Need of Lime in tbe Soil, K. L Phillips; Corn Seed Selection, Growing and Improve ment by Breeding, J. A. Runk; Exper ience Wilb Altalla on a Forest County Farm, Fred. Weiniiard; Maintaining and Improving the Fertility of tbe Soil, L. W Lighty; Discussion on above subjects. Thursday A fternoon. 1:45, Question Box; Construction f Poultry Houses, E L. Phillips; Producing and Selling Hood Milk, Cream and Butter. L. W. Lighty; Alfalfa, J, A. Runk; Value, Care and Handling of Farm Manure, L. W. Lighly. Ladies' Session, Thursday Evening. 7:30, Music; Question Box; Improve inentof Farm Home and Farm Condi tions. J. A. Runk; Esay-Tbe Real Fac toia of a Country Home, Mrs. E. Myrla Huling; Wbal Are Some of the Benefits of Medical Inspection of Schools, K. J. Bovsrd, M. D; Essay Appreciation and Protection of Bird Life, Miss Blanche Pease; The Women of Our Day Their opportunity, Rev. H. A. Bailey; The Farm Home As It Should be, L, W. Lighty. Death of Mrs. Christina Brewster. Mrs. Christina Brewster was born Jan, 01, 1838, and died al Clarksburg, W, Va., at the borne of ber daughter, Mrs. J. C. Church, Feb. 18, 1913. aged 75 years and 18 days. She suffered a stroke of pa ralysis last Msy at ber home near New mansville and in tbe fall was Isken to Ibe borne of her daughter at Clarksburg, where as. con d stroke sustained six weeks was the cause of her death. Mrs. Brewster was a dsughter of the late Daniel and Elizabeth Knisley and was born in Bed ford county, Pa. When a child she re moved with ber parents to Clarion coun ty and grew to womanhood on what ia known aa tbe Knisley farm, near New mansville. She was united in marriage with Joseph R. Brewster, who died seven years ago last July. To this union four sons and one daughter were bora, as fol lows: N. W. Brewster, of Endeavor, Pa.. S. K. Brewster, of Tyleisburg, Pa., D. M. Brewster, of Oil City, Pa . E. H. Brewster, of Newsmansville, Pa, and Mrs. J. C. Church, of Clarkahurg, W, Va. Mra. Brewster had live sisters and one brother, who bave all passed on before her to rest and await her coming, witb the exception of Mrs. Ssrah Barnett, of Tylersburg, and Solomon Kni-ley, of Rt. 2, Brnokvllle, Pa. She was a member of the M. E. church, n which fsiih she died and left a blessed testimony that she was ready to go and meet her Father in Heaven, which e a great comfort to those left behind, and an assurance that we do not part forever If we are aa ready as mother waa. The body wa brought to Tylersburg on Thursday aud the funeral was held the same afternoon in the Pres byterian church, the service being con ducted hy Rev. G. D. Walker, pastor of the M. E. church. Interment wss made in the cemetery connected witb tbe church Tbe service was largely attend ed by her late neighbors and friend) to show their last respect lo Grandmother Brewster, as she was known. J. C. Church and little son, Gale H., accompa nied the remains, Mrs. Church not being able to come along, being too much worn nut with tbe care of a loving mother, Don't You Believe It. Some say that chronic constipation can not be cured Don't yon believe It. Chamberlain's Tablets bave cured others why not youT Give them a trial. They cost only a quarter. For sale by ail dealers Adv. The Best Cough Medicine. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ever since I have been keeping bouso," saya L. C. Hsmes, of Msrbury. Ala. "I consider II one of the best rein ed iea I ever used. My children have all taken It and II work like a charm. For fold and hooping rough it Is excell ent." F'or sale by all dealers. - Adv. CLERK'S HOTICEJN BANKRUPTCY No. &W2. In Bankruptcy. In the District Court of the Colled State for the Western District of Penn sylvania, tieorire Riley Johnson, or For est County, Pennsylvania, a Bankrupt under tbe Act of Congress of July I, 1HHH, having applied for a lull discbarge from all debts provable against bis estaie under said Act, notice Is hereby given to all known creditors and other perwon In Interest, to appear before the said Court at Pittsburgh, In said District, on the Hlh day of April, 11113. al It) o'clock In the forenoon, to show cause, If any they have, why lite praver of the said peti tioner should not be uraiited. W li.l.MM T I.imiskv. Clerk, Ilftoliilloii Xolice. Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership of John Coleman, John F. Mn Cormick, T. R. Ilsrter ami Harry II. Waison, doing business under the linn name of Coleman, Wslson t Co. In I u ill berlng operations In Forest County, Pen n ilvanl, Is Ibis tlsy dissolved by mutual avreeinent between the parties roiuprl log tbe said firm ol Coleman, Watson A Co. All debla, claims and amounts thst are due or may become due lo the said Drm ol Coleman, Wstson (f Co. shall be paid to John Coleman, John F Mi'Cor mlck and T. R llsner, and all del. is and obligation of the said llrm of Coleman, Wstson .t Co. shall be paid by said John Coleman, John F. Met 'ormick and T. R. Ilarter. John Coi.kuan, skal T R HaHTKK. jsKAI.j Joint K. Mt'CoK.MICK jsKAI.j Hahrt II Waison, sKAL February 111 h, 1IM3 FREE! Premium Coupon FOR Forest Republican Readers THIS is WORTH MOSE? Cut It Out Tod.iy This coupon and 1(1 cents will bring to you post psid a handsome sliver plated Tea Spoon, of the Rosalie pat tern. French gray handle with heavy embossed ro-e design on Iroot and hack. Six ol the-e coupons will ap pear and RkI'UULR'AN renders are urged to clip them out and send 10 cents with each one to tha address be low and thus secure a lull set of these beautiful spoons. They will wear a life time without losing their lustre The tlrst spoon will please lo the fx ten, that yon will want the nihera. You can save them and send all six at once or one at a time, but remem ber, one coupon and ten cents re quired for eaun spooi. desired. Bcrlniig Novelty Co.. Ltd. J. P. LN(il)0S, Mgr. Warren, Pa. Ilaster Seashore Trip 15-DAY EXCURSION Atlantic City Cape May Wildwood, Ocean City Sea Isle City, Holly Beach Anglesea Friday, March 21, 1913 $11.00 FROM TIONESTA Tickets good going on regular trains Mr.rch 21 and good returning until April i. STOP-OVER AT PHILADELPHIA returning on deposit of ticket. Full particulars of Ticket Agents, or B. P. Fraser, D. P. A., 307 Main St., Buffalo. Pennsylvania R.R. YOUR TEETH Are valuable to you. See that you save them. DR. ALBERT A. GOLDMAN, Surgeon-Dentist. (Formerly of Philadelphia.) t 205 CENTER ST., Petroleum Phone at PORTLAND CEMENT PULVERIZED RAW LIMESTONE PULVERIZED BURNT LIME BURNT LUMP LIME FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES New Castle Portland Cement Co. Manufacturers . ' y ' i THE BEST QUALITY PORTLAND CEMENT -ALSO- Pulverized Raw Limestone, Pulverized Burnt Lime and Burnt Lump Lime for Agricultural use. Pamphlets giving full instructions for using Portland Cement on the farm, and Lime as a Fertilizer, etc., for worn-out and unproductive farm lands, free on appli cation. New Castle Portland Cement Co. NEW CASTLE, PA. a, Remnants. Our inventory dis- g closed a large number of short . lengths of j Dress Goods, Percales, Uutings, ana otner goods. We have marked each piece showing the length, and a price that should move them X quickly. t G. W. ROBINSON & SON t WASHINGTON See the Government Buildings Annual Spring Excursions March 21 and April IS, 1913 Tickets good returning within fifteen days including date of excursion. $11.00 FROM TIONESTA Stop-Over at Baltimore and Philadelphia returning on deposit ot tickets. SIMILAR EXCURSION JUNE 35 Full information of Ticket Agents, or B. P. FRASER, District Passenger Agent, 307 Main Street, Ellicott Square, Buffalo. Pennsylvania R.R. Fred. (Jrcttenberger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En fines, Oil Well Tools, Uaa or Water Kit tiiiKsand General Hlacksmltbln prompt ly done at l.ow Kates. Repairing Mil) Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop In rear of and lust west of the 'haw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. (1RETTENBEROER INAUGURATION REDUCED FARES TO WASHINGTON March 1, 2 and 3, 1913 ' , Tickets sold from stations beyond 260 miles from Washington on above dates, good returning until March 8, inclusive. CONSULT TICKET AGENT . Pennsylvania R.R. Chamberlain's "rhSlTkniHy. Never tails. Kuy it uow. It may aave life. - OIL CITY, PA. Office and Residence. HE BANKED HIS MONEY AND BECAME A BUSINESS PARTNER. YOU CAN DO THE 5AM . You hear them say that "So and So" gave "What's His Name" his first start by taking him into partnership. No ! The MONEY HE HAD IN THE BANK gave him his first start. "So and So" needed him and could use him and his money in the business. Besides, the boy who is putting money in the bank can be trusted. Rich men are hunting for them. CAPITAL STOCK, I5O.O00. SURPLUS, 1100.000. Do your banking with us. A "nOT PDnf We pay liberal interest consistent with safety, Tt JC1 1CLLU. Forest County NaLtionoJ Bank, tio.i:nt., r.4. Specifications of 1913 "Buicks." nii:i, ai.M Wheel base 105 inches, 32x3 1-2 tires, 28 horse power. Nickle finish, fully equipped. Prices: Roadster $960. Touring Car $1,060. UOIKL 30." Wheel base 108 inches, 34x4 tires, 32 horse power. Gas, oil and electric lights. Nickle finish. Fully equipped, including self-starter. Prices: Roadster $1,126. Touring Car $1,285 "HODKIj JO" I IVIMMSHi;;i.ll, TOUKIXU. Wheel base 115 inches, tires 33-4, quick detachable, on demountable rims, 40 horse power. Nickle finish, electric lighting with generator, self-starter. Price fully equipped $1,660. Deliveries start August 1. The six-cylinder model will be announced later. Deliveries will not start on this model until January. When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick will Build Them. Ralph A. Cook, Tionesta. He Likes the Parcel Post. How About You ?. 4 i " ' y : t .....i v . ... Buy Here We Deliver by Parcel Post Orders by mail or telephone will be given special attention, and will be delivered by return Parcel Post mail. H. C. MAPES, Kepler Block, Tionesta, Pa. At the Racket Store BARGAINS in Graniteware, Tinware, Glassware, Chinaware, Stationery, Hosiery, Wall Paper, Window Shades Elm Street, Tionesta, Pa. y V'; J. L. Hcplcr LIVERY Stable. Fine carriages for all occasions, wilb 6 rat class equipment. We can fit you out at any time for either a pleasure or business trip, and always at reasonable rates Prompt service and courteous trentmeut. Corai aud see us. Hear of Hotel Weaver ' TIOlsTEST-A., ZP-kT. Telephone Wo. iiO. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy , Cuie Colds. Cionp and Whooping Coi.jh. ' I "A.