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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
4. t. WCNK, CDITOH 4 PftOPRItTOR.
WEDNKNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1013
1913 SEPTEMBER 19.3
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M. A. CAKIUNC.KK,
Thr Jeflerannian simplicity of history
Dimply ImiMn't a chanre theae daya with
Neoretary Bryan tntlng bin dinner pill to
work with bim Ilka nil other laborer.
Tiikrk are more people go (o Sunday
achool every Sunday lu (be alale of Penn
ylvanla than iu any other alate In the
union. At the World'a Nuiiday-tcbool
convention, recently held In Zurich,
Switzerland, it waa stated from the plat
form that "Pennsylvania lea in the world
in Nunday-Hchool activity." The Urgent
delegation at that great world' iiatberlng
came from Pennylvanla-17tl atrong.
Mr. II. J. Ileum, of Pltutmrg, whose 57
variety trade mark I known the world
over, baa u.ade the Suuday-arhool bia
fifty eighth variety of activity. Mr.
Helm ia president of the Pennsylvania
Niate Munday Noho"l association and last
spring he headed a cnminimiinn appointed
by the World's Sunday School Ahaoola
tion to study Su"day-school conditions
In the Orient. The commission spent
eleven weeks In Japan, Korea and China,
and a report of their work by the uxe of
the aiereoptloon will be given at (be State
Sunday Srbool Convention to be held in
Williamsport, October 8, 9 and 10.
The Vote On Superior Judgeship.
The official vote on the Superior Court
Judgeship In Forest county reveal the
fact that little more than one-tenth of the
registration voted on that question at the
recent primary election, the total number
footing up but 2.H1 votes, while there are
over -I'iH) reglttered voters In the county.
This show a rather remarkable lack of
Interest In a stale-wide contiat, and la the
more conspicuous hecsuse nl the non
partisan aspect of that ooutest. Follow
ing Is the vote in dotail:
James Alcorn, Philadelphia 17
Herbert T Ames, Lycoming 7
Ueorge W. Rsoon, York 7
Cornelius Coiuegys, Lackawanna 2
Harry K. Iiaugherty, Mercer 21
Oliver It. Dickinson. Delaware 14
Klwood I). Fulton, Favette 5
Jsinea M. Ualbresth. Hutler fit!
Webster Grim, Bucks 20
John J. Henderson, Crawford 70
John W. Kephart, Cambria 22
Kdmund K. Klernan, Somerset 1
James II. Reillv, Schuvlkill 2
Psul Knilly, Philadelphia
William 1), Wallace, Lawrence 21
In the atate at larga the iiiestion as to
which four of the fifteen candidates re
ceived the highest vote and who will be
the nominees I very mucb in dou t, but
that Judge Henderson, one of the present
incumbents, will be one of them Is pretty
well settled, be being far In the lead ao
far as heard from.
Young Lady Given Fatal Dose.
Coroner Ueorge A. W. De Forest, of
Warren county, and jury are investigat
ing the death of Miss Sylvia Davla, who
died in the Emergency hospital at Warren
early Friday morning. She was taken to
the hospital on Tuesday ol Issl week
su tiering from typhoid lever. On Thurs
day she asked for a drink of water and, it
i contended, her attending nurse, Miss
Helen Koep, of (ilade Run, gave ber a
draught ol an antiseptio solution of for
maldehyde In mistake lor distilled water.
The nurse is suffering from nervous col
lapse at her home.
The deceased, who was a daughter or
Mrs. Ueorge S. Dav'a, was 22 years ol sue.
She enjoyed much popularity aud esteem
In her aocial circles and waa a valued
member of the Episcopal church. She
leave ber mother, a twin brother, Syl
venus, as well as another brother, Louis
and a sister, Edith.
Mrs. Samuel Wood and Mra. V. W.
Hottel were in Mt. Jewett Saturday.
Miss Marie Kane spent Saturday and
Sunday with ber ptrents, returning to
Clermont where she ia teaching school.
J.J. Kane and Will Hodgkiu attend
ed the Suietbport Fair Friday aud report
a good time.
Will Dillon spent Sunday with friend
Elmer Wamsley got his finger broken
while playing ball, lie will be laid off
for some time.
Elmer Wood, Misa Mellie Wood and
Miss Lessie Hottel, who have been driv
ing to Mt. Jewett to bis school, are going
to room now, as the weather ia gelling
We are sorry to see the frost coming so
soon aud taking everything.
Tbe club ladie of gas town hsd a sur
prise party for Mra. Dillon Thursday.
All reported a good tune and a nice din
ner was served,
Mrs. Pierson and Misa Isabel Goodman
were shopping in Kane Saturday.
Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Eshelman took
their children to Mt. Jewell to have theui
.Mls Helen Kane was home from Mt.
Jewell over Sunday.
Mr. Fink spent Saturday with bis wile
S. S. Esbelman had a finger smashed
recently but Is getting along nicely.
Willie Kane and Miss Stella Hottel
were calling on Mt. Jewett friends Sat
Mrs. Pierson and son are visiting ber
mother and oilier relativoa In Oil City for
a few weeks.
Charley Wood and brother Elmer at
tended the Siiiethport Fair Filday,
M Iss Moore, teacher of Crushaw school,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Dixon.
A surprise party was given for Joseph
Dunn, Friday evening, It Ixting his
Mrs. Samuel .Whltmore of Clarion la
tbe guest thin week of Mr. and Mra. E
Frank Nash hss moved his family into
one of the tannery bouses lately vacated
by Prof. Simmons.
Kev. John A. Lavely, the Erie Confer
ence Temperanoe Evangelist, hss been lu
town tbe past week and gave lectures on
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sun
day eveninga. He also visited the school
and pledged tbe pupils while here.
Jacob Dingle la moving bia family
from Buck Mills to town this week.
John Peterson has purchased the Kee
tie house from W, A. Krlbba and will
move hla family there ihia week.
Ellison Watson has also bought one of
the Krlbba houses, now occupied by Guy
Brady, and will lake up housekeeping
there as soon as Braday'a move Into the
house vacated by Peterson's.
Guy Hunter's have moved Into tbe
room above the meat niaaket.
Mra. Henry Mmallenberger was a War
ren visitor tbe first of the week, going
over with Hulda Coy of Newtown Mills,
who was going to the hospital there.
Mra. Flnley la at home visiting ber
parents thla week.
We are glad to note that Viola Cun
ningham, who waa so badly burned, ia
able to walk around some and will soon
be herself again.
Mra. Martha UruLbe of Nebraska waa
the guest of Mrs. Johu Blunt on Friday.
Dr. aud Mra. C. Y. Delar drove to 'Ho
nest Friday evening and attended lodge.
Some ol o ir young peonle drove to
Nebraska Saturday afternooo and took In
tbe ball game.
Jsuies Hyun and Hazel Copeland vis
ited the latter' home In Tloneata, Sun
ly, going over from tbe ball game.
Wm. Cunningham ia In town putting
In new cement sidewalks on tbe school
James Smith' baby la quite sick.
The Ladies' Adult Bible Clasa of tbe
M. E. church held a business meeting on
Saturday afternoon. Tbey bad a good at
tendance of the members anil considera
ble business was transacted, among which
was the selection of a name, and "The
Helping Hand" waa selected as the name
of tbe class, with tbe motto, "We must
do things well." It was decided to close
the charter Sunday, Sept. 28, and they
are hustling for filly charter members.
Forty name have been handed in ao far.
Any one wishing to make one of ibe fifty
will be gladly welcomed by tbe class.
Mrs, Wm. Watson has been on the lick
list for the past week.
Albert Leicbtenberger of Porkey ha
bought what I known as tbe Rhode
Slisw bouse and will move his family to
town this week.
Prof. Carson, superintendent of schools,
waa in town several day during the
week and visited the school.
Prof. Terr'.ll was down from Mayburg
Wm. Neal of Bradford visited at the
borne of Alonso Hulett several doys dur
ing the week. He and Mrs. Naomi Hu
lett were Warren visitors on Friday and
when they returned tbe youth of the town
thought tbey delected wedding bells In
tbe air and proceeded to get a bustle on
to collect all the other kind of bells and
other instruments of uoise and treated
them to an ear-splitting serenade, but
were Informed that they were ahead of
time and no treat was given. A Warren
paper gives an announcement of their
license ao tbe youngsters may baveaome
thing coming In the future.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Henderson took a
business trip up the creek on Saturday.
A mother' meeting was held at tbe
school bouse on Tuesday afternoon and a
number of the mothers were present and
several Important question were acted
upon, one being a promise of co-operation
olparenta in calling tbe children off
the streets and making eight o'clocg
study hour. We are inclined to believe
that some of the mother were not at the.
meeting or have forgotten their promise.
We believe it was a move in the right
direction and all parents who have the
good of their children at heart and believe
iu civic reform should see to it that at
least those of their household are not
found on tbe streets after the ststed time.
Mr. and Mra. Olan left Thursday for
their borne in Bradford.
E. E. Daubenspeck and sou Charles
were business visitors in Tylersburg
Ora K inch took seversl friends down to
Tlonesta Saturday evening lor an auto
Mrs. Jennie Rhodes and little daughter
Dorothy left Friday on tne eleven o'clock
train for Minister, where they visited tbe
W. M. Hessley family and other friends.
Curt. Ion Is talking ol moving aoon to
Hastings, where be will work for Harry
Potter in the woods.
James Bennett left Saturday morning
forSigel, wbere he will help his father
with tbe fall crops.
Tbe dance at Chas. Barbel's Saturday
night was well attended.
A. E. Rhodes of Mayburg called on
friends hava Wednesday.
W. M. Llndsey drove down from
Sheffield Friday evening and atayed over
night at the home of Curt. Ion.
Miss Helen Gey re returned to Sheffield
Monday morning, where she Is employed
at tbe home of Cbas, McNeal.
Chss. McNeal was at Lynch Wednesday.
W. M. Sinclair and W. I. Bennett fin
ished lifting their potatoes Friday. They
have one hundred bushels.
Mr. and Mrs. John Knapp are stopping
at Chas. Lobdell's boarding bouse until
they can get a bouse, aa iheir bouse
burned a few weeks sgo.
MissMsbel Culbertson is working at
Cbsa. Lobdell's boarding house here.
Mr. E. G. McCurdy waa lu Warren on
Joseph WoHe and family of Cooper
Tract autoed to Lynch and Warren Sat
urday, Stats: ok Oh io City, ok Tolkihi,
Frank J. Ch knky iniikcs oiith Unit he
is the senior partner of the lirm of F. J.
Cheney A. Co., doing biiNincst In the
City oi Toledo, County and State afore
said, and llint said firm will pnv the sum
of ON K HUNDRED DOLLARS lor
each and every case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by the use of Hall's Ca-
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in
m v presence, tills tllli day ol Heroin ber,
A." D. ISIHI.
Iskai,. A. W. GLKASON,
Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on tho blood mid inii
rons an rim es ol the system. .Send lor
li'NliinonialM, lie. adv
A Trip To The Fruit Country.
During the first week of thla month I
visited relative in the midst of that fine
agricultural fruit region along the shores
of Lake Ontario, In the vicinity of Roch
ester, N. Y, Notwithstanding that they
have bad about the same amount of dry
weather that we have experienced here,
and Ibe field crops have suffered some in
that aecliun, the heavily loaded orchards
of apple, peach and plum trees attest
the excellency of the soil, and the alien
tion of the orchnrdiat to their t'ees, and
furnishes proof conclusive Ihst tbe labor
bestowed upon them wss not In vain
These line result were obtained from tbe
correct mode of treatment, such as
spraying the trees well at the proper
time, coupled wlih the fact that tbey do
not allow treea In that prosperous section
of our land to become sod bound, but
work tbe Isnd up to tbe very trunks ol
the treea. The effect of this la beneficial
in two waya, as it increases first ibe siae
of the fruit, and secondly the quality,
being free from the insect pests common
to neglected orchards.
I saw about half an acre of peaches, nl
the finest Imaginable quality, reddening
and ripening under the d illy suns of tbe
season, heavily loading the trees, and
ready to gather In. It was a beautiful
sight to behold. Just think or it, fruit ol
this kind rslsedon the place successively
for about huudred years, and of a kind
that did not require grafting and bud
ding aa the common nursery peach trees
do, because these pearlies followed tbe
stone or pit all these years, and are prac
tically exempt from freezing out-Ibe
outside a rosy red, and the flesh a bright
yellow of large size and desirable qual
ity. I brought some of these home with
me, and gave some of my neighbora the
atones to plant, and thus Introduce this
desirable fruit Into Forest county. Tbey
practically render every man bia own
nurseryman. Of course the lifetime of
tbe peach tree la short perhsps fifteen
years. Successive plaining of pita or
stones la desirable every four or five
yeara and thus a succession of the fruit
kept up. We are about 200 miles south
of Rochester, the finest fruit section of
New York, and It looks as II we ought to
raise J list as mucb fruit and of as good
quality, tbua rendering our waste fields a
perfect paradise of fruit, both apples and
peaches. Apples do so welt in our sec
tion, considering how they are neglected,
on grouuds naturally adapted to their
production, what would be the case if
they were well cultivated, are reflection
that run through my mind. This ia no
Utopian dream. S. D. I.'
Miss Cbloe Cook of Mayburg waa the
guest of the Rupert family Saturday eve
ning and Sunday,
Miss Bessie Llltlelield went to Say
brook Saturday to assist Mrs. J. B. Little
field with ber household duties for a few
J. W. Dunkle of Pious Avenue Is going
to take In the Clarion fair on Thursday of
this week and will meet several of bia
brothers he baa not seen for a long time,
making It a little reunion for ibe brotbera,
E. T. Downey returned Saturday from
a trip to Grand Valley and Titusvllie, io
which be had a very enjoyable time for a
few day. It Is very seldom tbe oil
workers cau get away and thla waa a
treat for Earl,
Maurice Burdlck baa returned from
Illinois and hired out to the J. C. Miller
lumber company, on Minister, and will
remain with us awhile at least.
There was a benefit ancial given here on
Saturday a week ago to help out tbe
James Littlelleld lamily, who were
burned out some few weeks ago at Say
brook, and abo.it flit wss raised for them.
Alter the fellows bsd left Ibe social lor
borne tbey engaged in a little bout or
Osilcutf, and one fellow got hla mug
barked some, but no internal damage as
tbe Interior was well saturated with joy
essence, which is also a good antidote lor
snske poisoning. Ob ye of little faith!
Mrs. O. E. Rupert and baby are the
guests of Mrs. Rose Bloss and olber rela
tives at Sheffield, expecting to return tbe
first of tbe week to renew the canning
E. L. Llttlefleld and family returned
from their eastern trip Saturday, and feel
well repaid for the car-tare spent on this
trip, aa ihey bad a fine visit.
Tbe best social function of the season
was pulled orf last Saturday evening at
the Heasley home, when a pie ami Ice
cream social was held lor tbe benefit of
the church at Minister. There were peo
ple Irom Cherry Grove and Phellps pres
ent and everything was fine until tbe
rain came, about 8:45 p. ui. Everyone
bad a fine time but an unpleasant trip
borne. There were tlree kinds of cream,
so as to suit the most fastidious. Almost
all tbe time strslns of boih vocal and in
strumental music filled tbe house, which
wss entertaining, as mauy ditfereul oues
played the piano.
Mr. Dobson at Wellers cut his knee a
few daya aito and it appears In be in a
dangerous place as we are told tbe joint
water was lost, and that looks like a stilt
knee to ua. However, we hope It will
oome out all right, and aoon, too. It ia
bard to lose lbs lime in Ibis fine weather
as later we will see a different kind.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leicbtenberger be
gun housekeeping in the Spencer bouse
at Weilera on the south aide of Ibe road
last week, and are now at home to their
Our good old state road Is becoming a
rotten way with no one to look after it
and It will soou be a disgrace to civiliza
tion. Last week a small bridge at the
Proper lease was impassable lor lumber
wagons, and some one put iu new planka
beiore the constable drove past, which
Just saved their bide. Down at Brush
Camp there is a dangerous hole iu tbe
road and someone may be hurt there as
there Is a crooked "S" just this side of it.
There will soon be a good man on the
road wbo cau plug holes with water.
Yea, verily, and bis name is "Jack."
Dragged Into Grinding Machine.
Toney Testa, aged twenty-nine, was
killed at the plant of a glass company
In Jcannette, Pa. Testa was attend
ing to the clay grinding machine and
was dragged in, a piece of his clothing
being caught in the mechanism. His
w hole body was crushed.
Falls Off Roof in Sleep.
Harry C. Ford, president of the Iron
City Produce company, walked in his
sleep off the front porch of his home
in Pittsburg. He fell fifteen feet to
the ground. Several ribs were broken
and physicians think Ford is other
wise internally Injured.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"I was taken with diarrhoea and Mr.
York, the merchant here, persuaded me
to try a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After
taking one dose of it I was cured. It alao
cured others that I gave it to," writes M,
E. Gebbart, Oriole. Pa. Thnt Is not at all
unusual. An ordinary sltack of diar
rhoea can almost Invariably be cured by
one or two doses of thla remedy. For
sale by all druggists. adv.
Providing for tbe construction of a sewer
on William Street to couuect with the
sewer on Helen Street
W It Kit kan, The majority of the property
ownera on William Street lu the Borough
of Tlonesta have petitioned for sewer
on said William Street to connect with
the sewer on Helen Street.
Now Til kkkkohk. Be It enacted and or
dained by the town Council of Ibe Bor
ough of Tlonesta, and it ia hereby enacted
and ordained by the aulbority or tbe
Section 1. Tbst a public sewer be con
structed In said liorougb on William
Street to connect with tbe sewer on Helen
Street, of four Inches In diameter, and
that the ownera of the properties Irontlng
and abutting on said William S'reet be
required io pay Ibe cost ol the said sewer,
their proportionate shares to be deter
mined by me root-front rule.
Ordained and enacted into law this
tilth day or September. A. I). 1H13.
Wm. Smka-riiauoh, President.
Attest: M A Cabrinokii, Clerk.
Approved this 22d day of September,
A. D. MIS. S. D. Irwin, Burgess,
BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL
There will be exposed to public sale on
Monday, October 27, 1013,
st tbe Court House, Tlonesta, Forest
County. Pennsylvania, at 11 o cock In
the forenoou the tol lowing plecea or par
cels of real estsle (free and divested ol all
liens) and sold as the properly nf John
Sumner Vail, Bankrupt, to No. 66U3 of
the united Slates District lourt lor tne
Western District of Pennsylvania:
1. The undivided one-half or 331 acrea
or land In Kingsiey township, Forest
county, Pennsylvania, beginning at a
birch corner on the East line; thence
South -S degrees West 60 perches to a
post; thence North 45 degrees West 107
perches to a post, (W. O. corner); thence
North 45 degrees East 60 perches to a
While Oik; tbeuce South 45 degrees Eaat
107 perches to tbe place of beginning.
Recorded lu Forest County Deed Book
42. page 163
2. Also the undivided one-balf or 14S
acrea of land situate In Kingsiey town
ship, Forest county, Pa., begluniug at
the most westerly corner or land con
veyed by first parly to Shafer A Cropp,
thence by aaid land io a aoulheasterly di
rection 124 rods to the soiubest line or
Glllillen irsct; thence along tbe southeast
line in a southerly direction to tbe Eaat
corner of land deeded to John Dice;
thence by Dice lands 43 degrees West 40
rods to a post; thence b7 aald Dice landa
South 47) degrees West 80 roda to a post;
thence by lauds of Dice South 43 degrees
East 40 rods to tbe southeast line or tbe
UilUllen tract; thence along said line In a
southerly direction 72 rods to tbe most
easterly corner or land conveyed to J. K.
.uendel; thence by said .uendel lands
North 44 degrees West 123 rods to the
northwest line of said Glllilleu tract; and
thence by said line in a northeasterly di
rection to the place of beginning and re
corded in Format County In Deed Book
Vol. 31, page 484.
At West Hickory, Harmony township,
Forest county, Pa., at 2 o'clock of same
day, October 27, 1013, and on tbe premises,
the following described pieces or parcels
nl real estate, the property of the said
John Sumner Vail, Bankrupt, to No.
0T63 of above ui' ntioned Court:
3. Also tbe undivided one-ball nf 50
acres and 84 percbea of laud situate In
liarmonv township. Forest county, Pa.,
beginning at a post in the center of Gor
man road; tbeuce North 5 degrees East
122i rods to a stake or post; thence south
85 degrees East 65 rods to a post; thence
South 5 degrees West 124 rods to a post In
Gorman road; thence along the center of
said road North 84 degrees West 6oJ rods
to the place or beginning, and recorded
in Forest County Deed Book 30, page 370.
The oil and gas in the above mentioned
tracts excepted and reserved to tbe for
4. A lao all that lot of ground situate In
West Hickory, Harmony township, For
est county, Pa., and known as lot 44
Whittekin map, beginning at a post on
Ann street, corner of O Brieu lot; thence
along said lot North 30 degrees, 2 min
utes East to a post and corner of J. Rend
er lot; thence along J. Bender lot South
58 degrees 39 minutes East 70 feet to a
post on alley; thence along said allev
South 31 degrees and 21 minutes West 30
teet to a post and corner of O Brian lot;
I hence along said ' Brien 68 degrees and
30 minutes West 70 feet to the place of
negtninng, same being a town lot with
small frame barn thereon erected, and
deed recorded in Forest County Deed
Book Vol. 32. psge I!HJ.
5. Also tbe undivided ona-liatf of 50
sores situate In Harmony township, For
est oouuty, Pa., bounded and described
as follows, tn-wit: heginnlngata stone;
thence by lands of W. T. and Samuel
Nelll; thence north 2) degreea Weat 141)
and 4 10 perches to a post; thence by land
or Fleming South 871 degrees East 35 and
aud 25 100 perches to a post; thence by
land nf Crawford and ('oast South 2i de
grees West 74 and 40 100 perches to a pine
stump; thence South 871 degrees East 8
and 28-100 perches to a stone; thence by
land of John McGinley South 66J degrees
West H and 12-100 perches; thence by the
same lands snd lands of J. W. Scott 61
degreea Wes 3Sand8S 100 perches; thence
South 5"i degreea West 18 and 60 1(H)
perches to plsi-e of beginning, deed for
same being recorded in Forest County
Deed Book V I. 3t, psge 201.
6. Also all tbst certain lot or piece of
land si nate In Harmony township. For
est coun'y. Pa., described as follows, to
wit: On South by landa of Orion Siggins;
West by lands of S. L. Vail, on the
North by lands of Jake Bender, and on
the East by Slggina Run Publio Road;
containing 50 acrea and 09 percbea and
recorded in Fnreat County at Tlonesta,
Penna., Deed Book Vol. 32, page 200.
Tkkmsi ok Sale. Cash.
C. A. Randall, Trustee.
Wall Paper, Window Shades
BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST.
All work pertaining to Machinery, En
gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit
tings and General Blaeksmi thing prompt
ly done at lxw Rates. Repairing Mill
Machinery given special attention, and
Shop in rear of and just west of the
Shaw House, Tldloute, Pa.
Your patronage solicited.
FRED. GRETTEN BKRGER
We have them suita-
X ble for every member of X
X the family. Prices from X
50c to $7.50.
I G. W. ROBINSON & SON
3 a 5
women's knit und:rwear
Women's $1.00 medium weight
Cotton Union Suits low neck,
short sleeves or sleeveless, ankli!
Women's $3-25 Italian Silk
Bloomers, Pink, White or Black,
Women's $2.25 Venetian Silk
Vests low neck, no sleeves, em
broidered. Pink or White, $1.75.
Children's 35c and 50c White
Cotton Vests high neck, lonj;
sleeves, ankle length pantalettes,
negl'gee? asd petfeoats
$2 50 Morning Dresses fine
chamhrav Copenhagen R 1 u e
with fine wiiite hair line squire
neck, r'Vj sleeves, piped with
White P. K. also flat collar morn
ing dresses, long sleeves, turn
hack cutis, piped with chambray,
Messaline Petticoats splendii
quality silk, plain and changeable
Clinging Silk Jersey Petticoats
Messaline flounce all colors,
Fancy Crepe Negligees ligbt
or dark ground floral designs
trimmed with plain satin band
and ribbon, $1.00.
BCGGS & BUHL
Made -To -Measure
Clothes of the
may be purchased here at the
most modest prices in town,
oee our marvels of beauty at
$15, $18 and $20
and our wonderful importa
$25, $30 and $35
Fit and finish guaranteed.
Blum & Anderson,
J. L. Hoplcr
Pin. n. ..isnns fnm 1 1 !
u vniiiugca IUI mil uuuasiuuB,
with first class equipment. We can
fit you out at any lime for either a
pleasure or business trip, and always
at reasonable rates. Prompt service
and courteous treatment.
Comi and see us.
Hear of Hotel Weaver
Telephone No. 20.
Do you see this picture? Well this is a common occur
rence. The papers contain accounts almost daily of where
people lose their money by hiding it in unsafe places If you
want to HIDE your money hide it behind our thick walls and
strong locks where it will be SAFE. vWarefer those who
have not banked with us to those who HAVE.
CAPITAL STOCK, 150.000. SURPLUS, 1100,000.
Do your banking with us. A rtDT' POTli"
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety, Tt VCilL.
Forest County National Bank.
- TI OMENTA, 1A.
PULVERIZED RAW LIMESTONE
PULVERIZED BURNT LIME
BURNT LUMP LIME
FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES
New Castle Portland Cement Co.
THE BEST QUALITY
Pulverized Raw Limestone, Pulverized Burnt Lime and Burnt Lump Lime for
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 applica
tion. New Castle Portland Cement Co.
NEW CASTLE, PA.
National Vacuum Cleaners.
Many thrifty housewives are showing that they appreciate the FOREST RE
PUBLICAN'S liberal offer. They are responding at even a greater rate than we
There can be only one reson for the popularity of the National Vacuum Cleaner
and that i? its superior efficiency. It is positively the most powerful cleaner built
for operation by one person.
The REPUBLICAN has onlv fw nf tw
remaining, which are offered on the following terms:
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mo imruouuit tor one year ana one national Vacuum Cleaner, com
The same advantapps will ha crivpn n oil m radnU ri,ki..:t.... it -
Agents charge you $6.00 to $7.00 for the machine alone.
The Cleaner for Everybody.
The National is really everybody's cleaner.
Here you have a vacuum cleaner that weiehs 6 Bounds instead of 60. With It
you may clean your carpets and rugs without lugging a 60 pound machine from room
iu roura upstairs ana aown. lou can carry the national anywhere without fatieue.
Ihe National does all that any vacuum cleaner can do.
The flexible nozzle adjusts itself to anv heieht of nersnn. Tt run h n-. f f
with e.ther right or left hand.
Don't delay in taking advantage of this
phone or call.
THE FOREST REPUBLICAN
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HE HID HIS MONEY IN
THE GROUND. ITS GONE
IF HE HAD HIDDEN IT IN
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