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VOL XLVI. NO. 36.
TIONESTA, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1913.
$1.00 PER ANNUM.
ICAN.
PROPOSED AMENDMENTS
TO THE CONSTITUTION SUBMIT
TED TO THB CITIZENS OB" THIS
COMMONWEALTH FOR THEIR, AP
PROVAL OR REJECTION, BY THE
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE
COMMONWEALTH OB PENNSYL
VANIA, AND PUBLISHED BY OR
DER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE
COMMONWEALTH, IN PURSU
ANCE OF ARTICLE XVHI OF THB
CONSTITUTION.
Number One.
1 A JOINT RESOLUTION.
Proposing an amendment to article
nine, section lour, of the Constltu?
Uon of the Commonwealth ol Penn
sylvania, authorizing the State to
Issue bonda to the amount of fifty
millions of dollars for the Improve
ment of the highways of the Com
monwealth. Section 1. Be it resolved by the
Senate and House of Representatives
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
In General Assembly met. That the
following amendment to the Constitu
tion of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania be, and the same is hereby, pro
posed, in acvcordance with the eigh
teenth article thereof:
That soctlon four of article nine,
which reads as follows:
"Section 4. No debt shall be creat
ed by or on behalf of the State, ex
cept to supply casual deficiencies of
revenue, repel invasion, suppress In
surrection, defend the State in war, or
to pay existing debt; and the debt
created to supply deficiency in rev
enue shall never exceed, in the aggre
gate at any one time, one million of
dollars," be amended so as to read as
follows:
Section 4. No debt shall be created
by or on behalf of the State, except
to supply casual deficiencies oi rev
enue, repel invasion, suppress insur
rection, defend the State in war, or to
pay existing debt; and the debt creat
ed to supply deficiencies in revenue
shall never exceed, in the aggregate
at any one time, one million of dol
lars: Provided, however, 'mat the
General Assembly, irrespective of any
debt, may authorize the State to issue
bonds to the amount of fifty millions
of dollars for the purpose of improv
ing and rebuilding the highways of
the Commonwealth.
A true copy of Joint Resolution
No. 1.
ROBERT MCAFEE.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Number Two.
A JOINT RESOLUTION.
' f Proposing an amendment to section
seven, article three of the Constitu
, tlon of Pennsylvania, so as to per
- mlt special legislation regulating
labor.
Section 1. Be It resolved by the
Senate and House of Representatives
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
in General Assembly met, That the
following is proposed as an amend
ment to the Constitution of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, in ac
cordance with the provisions of the
eighteenth article thereof. Amend
ment to Article Three, Section Seven.
Section 2. Amend section seven,
article three of the Constitution of
Pennsylvania, which reads as fol
lows: "Section 7. The General Assembly
shall not pass any local or special law
authorizing the creation, extension, or
Impairing of Hens:
"Regulating the affairs of counties,
cities, townships, wards, boroughB, or
school districts:
"Changing the names of persons or
plftC6S!
"Changing the venue In civil or
criminal cases:
"Authorizing the laying out, open
ing, altering, or maintaining roads,
highways, streets or alleys:
"Relating to ferries or bridges, or
Incorporating ferry or bridge compan
ies, except for the erection of bridges
crossing streams which form bounda
ries between this and any other
State:
"Vacating roads, town plats, streets
or alleys:
"Relating to cemeteries, graveyards,
or public grounds not of the State:
"Authorizing the adoption or legiti
mation of children:
"Locating or changing county-seats,
erecting new counties, or changing
county lines:
'Incorporating cities, towns, or til
lages, or changing their charters:
"For the opening and conducting of
elections, or fixing or changing the
place of voting:
"Granting divorces:
"Erecting new townships or bor
oughs, changing township lines, bor
ough limits, or school districts:
"Creating offices, or prescribing the
powers and duties of officers in coun
ties, cities, boroughs, townships, elec
tion of school districts:
"Changing the law of descent or
succession :
"Regulating the practice or Juris
diction of, or changing the rules of
evidence in, any Judicial proceeding
or inquiry before courts, aldermen,
justices of the peace, sheriffs, commis
sioners, arbitrators, auditors, masters
In chancery, or other tribunals, or
providing or changing methods for the
collection of debts, or the enforcing
of Judgments, or prescribing the effect
of Judicial sales of real estate:
"Regulating the fees, or extending
the powers and duties of aldermen,
Justices of the peace, magistrates or
constables:
"Regulating the management of
public schools, the building or repair
ing of school houses and the raising
of money for such purposes:
"Fixing the rate of interest:
"Affecting the estates of minors or
persons under disability, except after
due notice to all parties in interest,
to be recited in the special enact
ment: Remitting fines, penalties and for
feitures, or refunding moneys legally
paid into the treasury:
"Exempting property from taxation:
"Regulating labor, trt.de, mining or
manufacturing:
"Creating corporations, or amend
ing, renewing or extending the chart
ers thereof:
"Granting to any corporation, asso.
elation or individual any special or ex
clusive privilege or Immunity, or to
any corporation, association or Indi
vidual the right to lay flown a railroad
track.
"Nor shall the General Assembly in
directly enact such special or local
law by the partial repeal of a general
law; but laws repealing local or spec
ial acts mar be passed:
"Nor shall any law be passed grant
ing powers and privileges in any case
where the granting of such- powers
and privileges shall have been provid
ed for by general law, nor where the
courts have Jurisdiction to grant the
same or give the relief asked lor,"
so as to read as follows:
Section 7. The General Assembly
shall not pass any local or special law
authorizing the creation, extension or
impairing of liens:
Regulating the affairs of counties,
cities, townships, wards, boroughs, or
school districts:
Changing the names of persons ot
places:
Changing the venue in civil or crim
inal cases:
Authorizing the laying out, opening,
altering, or maintaining roads, high
ways, streets or alleys:
Relating to ferries or bridges, or in
corporating ferry or bridge compan
ies, except for the erection of bridges
crossing streams which form bounda
ries between lliia and any other Ntate;
Vacating roads, town plats, streets
or alleys:
Relating to cemeteries, graveyards,
or public grounds not of the State:
Authorizing the adoption, or legiti
mation of children:
Locating or changing county-seats,
erecting new counties or changing
county lines:
Incorporating cities, towns or vill
ages, by changing their charters:
For the opening and conducting ot
elections, or fixing or changing the
place of voting.
Granting divorces:
Erecting new townships or bor
oughs, changing township lines, bor
ough limits or school districts:
Creating offices, or prescribing the
powers and duties of officers in coun
ties, cities, boroughs, townships, elec
tion or school districts:
Changing the law of descent or suc
cession: Regulating the practice or Jurisdic
tion of, or changing the rules of evi
dence in, any Judicial proceeding or
inquiry before courts, aldermen, Jus
tices of the peace, sheriffs, commis
sioners, arbitrators, auditors, masters
in chancery or other tribunals, or pro
Tiding or changing methods for the
collection of debts, or the enforcing
of Judgments, or prescribing the ef
fect of Judicial sales of real estate:
Regulating the fees, or extending
the powers and duties of aldermen,
Justices of the peace, magistrates or
constables:
Regulating the management of public-
schools, the building or repairing
of school houses and the raising of
money for such purposes:
Fixing the rate ot Interest:
Affecting the estates of minors or
persons under disability, except after
due notice to all parties in interest,
to be recited in the special enact
ment: Remitting fines, penalties and for
feitures, or refunding moneys legally
paid Into the treasury:
Exempting property from taxation:
Regulating labor, trade, mining or
manufacturing; but the legislature
may regulate and fix the wages or
salaries, the hours of work or labor,
and make provision for the protection,
welfare and safety of persons employ
ed bv the State, or by any county.
city, borough, town, townsuip. ci-iinul
rllirlot, villains or oiber civil dl
vision of the State, or by any contract
or or sub-cont'actor performing work,
labor or service for the State, or for
any county, city, borough, town, town
ship, school district, village or other
civil division thereof:
Creating corporations, or amending,
renewing or extending the charters
thereof:
Granting to any corporation, asso
ciation, or individual any special or
exclusive privilege or immunity, or
to any corporation, association, or In
dividual the right to lay down a rail
road track:
Nor shall the General Assembly in
directly enact such sDecial or local
law by ilia partial. repeal of a general law
but law repealing local or special sets
may be passed:
Nor shall any law be passed grant
ing powers or privileges in any case
where the granting of such powers
and privileges shall have been pro
vided for by general law, nor where
the courts have Jurisdiction to grant
the same or give the relief asked for.
A true copy of Joint Resolution
No. 2.
ROBERT MCAFEE.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Number Three.
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION,
froposing an amendment to section
three of article eight ot the Consti
tution of Pennsylvania.
Section 1. Be it resolved by the
House of Representatives of the Com
monwealth oi Pennsylvania (if the
Senate concur), That the following Is
proposed as an amendment to the Con
stitution of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, in accordance with the
provisions of the eighteenth article
thereof:
Section 2. Amend section three of
article eight, which reads as follows:
"All Judges elected by the electors of
the State at large may be elected at
either a general or municipal election,
as circumstances may require. All
the elections for Judges of the courts
for the several Judicial districts, and
for county, city, ward, borough, and
township officers, for regular terms of
service, shall be held on the municipal
election day; namely, the Tuesday
next following the first Monday of No
vember In each odd-numbered year,
but the General Assembly may by law
fix a different day, two-thirds of all
the members of each House consent
ing thereto: Provided, That such
elections shall always be held in an
odd-numbered year," so as to read:
Section 3. All Judges elected by
the electors of the State at larga may
be elected at either a general or mu
nicipal election, as circumstances may
require. All elections for Judges ot
the courts for the several Judicial dis
tricts, and for county, city, ward, bor
ough, and township officers, tor regu
lar terms of service, sliaU be 'bold on
the municipal election day; namely, (be
Tuesday next following the firnt 'Mon
day of November in each odd-uunibor-ed
year, but, the General Assembly
may by law fix a different day, two-
thirds of all the members of each
House consenting thereto: Provided,
That such elections shall be held In
an odd-numbered year: Provided fur
ther, That all Judges for the courts
of the several Judicial districts hold
ing office at the present time, whose
terms of office may end in an odd
numbered year, shall continue to hold
their offices until the first Monday ot
January in the next succeeding even
numbered year.
A true copy of Concurrent Resolu
tion No. 3.
ROBERT McAFEE,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Number Four.
A JOINT RESOLUTION.
Proposing an amendment to section
one of article nine of the Consti
tution of Pennsylvania, relating to
taxation.
Section 1. Be it resolved by the
Senate ami House of Kepiesenlalivea
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
in General Assembly met, That the
following is proposed as an amend
ment to the Constitution of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, in ac
cordance with the provisions of the
eighteenth article thereof:
Section 2. Amend section one of
article nine of the Constitution of
Pennsylvania, which reads as follows:
"All taxes shall be uniform, upon
the same class of subjects, within the
territorial limits of the authority levy
ing the tax, and shall be levied and
collected under general laws; but the
General Assembly may, by general
laws, exempt from taxation public
property used for public purposes,
actual places of religious worship,
places of burial not used or held for
private or corporate profit, and institu
tions of purely publio charity," so as
to read as follows:
All taxes shall be uniform upon the
same class of subjects, within the ter
ritorial limits of the authority levying
the tix, and shall be levied and col
lecteu under general laws, and the
subject ot taxation may be clasHitied
for the purpose of laying graded or
progressive taxes; but the General
Assembly may, by general lawB, ex
empt from taxation public property
used for public purposes, actual places
of religious worship; places ot burial
not used or held for private or cor
porate profit, and institutions of pure
ly publio charity.
A true copy of Joint Resolution
No. 4.
ROBERT McAFEE,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Number Five.
A JOINT RESOLUTION.
Proposing an amendment to the Con
stitution ot Pennsylvania.
Be it resolved by the Senate and
HouBe of Representatives of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania In Gener
al Assembly met, That the follow
ing is proposed as an amendment to
the Constitution of Pennsylvania, in
accordance with the provisions ot the
eighteenth article thereof:
Article IX.
Section 15. No obligations which
have been heretofore Issued, or which
may hereafter be issued, by any coun
ty or municipality, other than Phila
delphia, to provide for the construc
tion or acquisition of waterworks,
subways, underground railways or
street railways, or the appurtenances
thereof, shall be considered as a debt
of a municipality, within the meaning
of section eight ot article nine ot the
Constitution of Pennsylvania or of
thlB amendment, if the net revenue
derived from said property for a per
iod of five years, either before or after
the acquisition thereof, or, where the
same is constructed by the county or
municipality, after the completion
thereof, shall have been sufficient to
pay Interest and sinking-fund charges
during said period upon said obliga
tions, or if the said obligations shall
be secured by Hens upon the respec
tive properties, and shall impose no
municipal liability. Where munici
palities or oountles shall issue obliga
tions to provide for the construction
of property, as herein provided, said
said municipalities or counties may
also issue obligations to provide for
the Interest and sinking-fund charges
accruing thereou until said properties
shall have been completed and in op
eration for a period of one year; and
said municipalities and counties shall
not be required to levy a tax to pay
said Interest and sinking-fund charges,
as required by section ten of article
nine of the Constitution of Pennsyl
vania, until after said properties shall
have been operated by said counties
or municipalities during said period
of one year. Any ot the said munici
palities or counties may incur indebt
edness In excess of seven per centum,
and not exceeding ten per centum, ot
the assessed valuation of the taxable
property therein, if said increase of
indebtedness shall have been assented
to by three-fifths of the electors vot
ing at a publio election, in such man
ner as shall be provided by law.
A true copy of Joint Resolution
No. 5.
ROBERT McAFEE,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
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ELECTION PROCLAMATION.
Whereas, In and by the act of the Gen
eral Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to amend
the tenth section of an act, entitled 'An
-ct to regulate the nomination and elec
tion of public officers, requiring certain
expenses Incident thereto to be paid by
the several counties and punishing cer
tain offenses In regard to such elections,"
npproved the 26th aay of June, A. D..
fcH5, it In made the duties of the Sheriff
f every county within this Common
wealth to give public notice of the Gen
eral Elections, and in such to
I. Enumerate the officers to be elected
and give a list of all the nominations
made as provided In this act, and to be
voted for In auch county, and the full
text of all constitutional amendments
submitted to a vote of the people, but
the proclamations posted in each elec
tion district need not contain the names
of any candidates but those to be voted
for In such district.
II. Designate the place at which the
election la to be held.
III. Ho shall give notice that every
person, excepting Justices of the Peace,
who shall hold any office or appointment
or profit or trust under the government
of the United States, or of this State, or
of any city, or Incorporated district,
whether a commissioned officer or other
wise, a subordinate officer or agent who
is or shall be employed under the legis
lative, executive or judiciary depart
ments of this State, or of the United
States, or of any city, or incorporated
district, and also that every member of
Congress and of the State Legislature,
and of the select or common council of
any city, or commissioners of any Incor
porated district, is by law Incapable of
holding or exercising at the same time
the office or appointment of Judge, In
spector or clerk of any election of this
Commonwealth, and that no Inspector,
Judge or other officer of any such elec
tion shall be eligible to any office to be
then voted for, except that of an elec
tion officer.
I, W. H. Hood, High Sheriff of
the County of Forest, do hereby make
known and give this public notice to the
electors of the County of Forest that a
General Election will be held In aald
County, on
Tnemliiy, November 4, 11)13,
between the hours of 7 a. m. and 7 p. m.,
at the several Election Districts.
The following are the officers to be
elected, and a list of all the nominations
made therefor, and which shall be voted
for in the form In which they shall ap
pear upon the ballots:
Offlcera to be elected , .
Two persona for Judges of the Super
ior Court of Pennsylvania. .
One person for District Attorney of
Forest County.
At the same time the qualified electors
will vote on the nuextiou of the adoption
or rejection of five proposed Amend
ments to tbe Constitution of tbe State of
Pennsylvania.
List of nominations
Judge of llie Superior Court.
James Alcorn, Nun-Partisan.
Webster Grim, Non-Partisan.
John J. Henderson, Non-Partisan.
John W. Kepbart, Non-Partisau,
District Attorney.
M. A. Carrluger, Republican-Washington.
T. K. Kilohey, Democratic.
Homer Blair, Prohibition.
Proposed Amenriiiienla to the CotMlitiition.
Proposed Amendment to Ibe Consti
tution No. 1.
Shall Section Four ol Article Nine of
tbe Constitution be amended so as to 1
real as folio wb?
Suction 1. f.o debt shall be created by
or on behalf of the Stale, except to supply
casual deficiencies of revenue, repel inva
sion, suppress Insurrection, defend the
State In wur, or to pay existing debt; and
the debt created to supply deficiencies In
revenue shall never exceed. In the aggre
gate at nny one time, one million of dol
lars: Provided, however, That the General
Assembly, lrresectlve of any debt, may
authorize the State to issue bonds to the
amount of fifty millions of dollars for the
purpose of improving and rebuilding the
highways of tho Commonwealth.
Proposed Amendment to Ibe Consti
tution No. 2.
Shall Suction Seven cf Article Three of
the Constitution be amended so as to
read as follow?
Section 7. The General Assembly shall
not pass uny local or special law authoriz
ing the creation, extension or Impairing of
liens:
Regulating the ufTalrs of counties, cities
townships, wards, boroughs, or school
irlcts:
Changing the names of persons or places.
1'hnnglng the venue in civil or criminal
cases:
Authorizing the laying out, opening, nl
lerliig, or maintaining roads, highways,
streets or alleys:
Relating t.i ferries or bridges, or Incor
porating ferry or bridge companies, ex
ep! for the erection of bridges crossing
streams which form boundaries between
this and any other Stale:
Vacating loads, town plats, streets or
alleys:
Relating to cemeteries, graveyards, or
public grounds not of the Stale.
Authorizing the adoption, or legitima
tion of children :
l.ncaili.g or changing county-seats,
erecting new counties or changing county
lines:
lncorpor illng cities, towns or villages,
bv ehunulnp their charters-
For the opening ami conducting or elec
tions, or fixing or changing tho place of
voting
(.ranting divorces:
Erecting new townships or boroughs,
:hanglng township lines, borough limits
or school dish-lets:
Creating oilier, or proscribing the pow
ers and duties of oHcera In counties,
cities, boroughs, townships, election or
school districts:
Changing the law of descent or suc
cession: Regulating the practice or Jurisdiction
of. or changing the rules of evidence In,
nny Judicial proceeding or Induiry before
courts, aldermen, Justices of the peace,
berth's, commissioners, arbitrators, au
ditors, masters In chancery or oilier tri
bunals, or providing or changing methods
for the collection of debts, or the en
forcing of Judgments, or prescribing the
effect of judicial sales of real rstale:
Regulating the fees, or extending the
powers nml duties of aldermen. Justices
of the peace, magistrates or constables:
Regulating the management of public
schools, the building or repairing of
school houses and the raising of money
for such purposes:
Fixing the rate of Interest:
Affecting the estates of minors or per
sons under disability, except after due
ntice to nil parlies in Interest, to be re
cited In the special enactment:
R"mittlng lines, penalties ond forfei
tures, or refunding moneys legally paid
Inlo the treasury:
Exempting property from taxation:
Regulating labor, trade, mining or man
ufacturing; but the legislature may reg
ulate and fix the wages or salaries, the
hours of work or labor, ond make provi
sion for the protection, welfare and safety
of persons employed by the State, or by
nny county, ehy, borough, town, town
ship, school district, villnge, or other civil
division of the State, or by any contractor
or Fjih-contr-actor performing work, labor
or services for the State, or for nny coun
ty, city, borough, town, township, school
district, village or other civil division
thei eof
CrcatUm co , irallous. or amend ng. re
newln.; or ex:ei-(ing the charters thereof:
Granting t any corporation, association
or Individual any special or exclusive
p iv I lege ur immunity, or to any corpora
tion, association, or individual the right to
lay down a railroad track;
Nor shall the General Assembly Indi
rectly enact such special or local law by
the partial repeal of a general law; but
laws repealing local or special acts may
be passed:
Nor shall any lnv bo passed granting
powers or privileges In uny case where
tile granting of such powers and priv
ileges shall have been provided for by
general law, nor where the courts have
Jurisdiction to grunt the same or give the
relief asked for.
Proposed Amendment to the Consti
tution No. 3.
Shall Section Three of Article Eight of
toe unnsiiiuiinn tie amended so as to
read as follower
Section 3. All Judges elected by the
electors of the State at lurgo may be
elected at either H general or municipal
election, as circumstances may require.
All elections for Judges of the courts for
the several Judlclul districts, and for
county, city, wurd, borough, and town
ship officers, for regular terms of service,
shall be held on tho municipal election
day; namely, the Tuesday next following
the first Monday of November in each
odd-numbered year, but the General As
sembly may by law fix a different day,
two-thirds of all tho members of each
House consenting thereto: Provided, That
such elections shall be held In un odd
numbered year: Provided further. That
all Judges for the courts of iho several
Judicial districts holding office at the
present time, whose terms of office may
end In an odd-numbered yeur, shall con
tinue to hold their ofliccs until the llrst
Monday of January In the next succeed
ing even-numbered year.
Proposed Amendment lo the Consti
tution No. 4.
Shall Section One of Article Nine of
the Constitution be amended so as to
read as follows?
Section 1.
All taxes shall lie uniform upon the
same class of subjects, within the ter
ritorial limits of the authority levying
the tux, anil shall be levied and collected
under general laws, and the subjects of
taxation niny lie classilled for the purpose
of laying graded or progressive tuxes;
but the General Assembly may, by gen
eral laws, exempt from tnxatlon public
property used for public purposes, actual
places of religious worship, places of
burial not used or held for private or
corporate profit, and Institutions of pure
ly public charity.
Proposed Amendment lo tbe Consti
tution No. 5.
Shall Article Nine of the Constitution
be amended by adding a Secliou to read
as follows?
Section 15 No obligations which have
reen heretofore Issued, or which may here
i fter be Issued, by any county or munlcl
,iallty. other than Philadelphia, to provide
for the construction or acquisition of wa
terworks, subways, underground railways
or street railways, or the appurtenances
thereof, shall be considered as a debt of
a municipality, within the meaning of sec
tion eight of article nine of tbe Constitu
tion of Pennsylvania or of tills amend
ment. If the net revenue derived from said
properly for a period of five years, either
before or after the acquisition tliereof, or.
where the same Is constructed by the
county or municipality, after the comple
tion thereof, shall have been sufllclcnt to
pay Interest and sinking-fund charges
during said period upon said obligations,
or If the said obligations shall be secured
by liens upon tbe rcsnecllvo nronertles.
and shall Impose no municipal liability
Where municipalities of counties shall is-
sue obligations to provide for the con
struction of properly, ns herein nrnvhled
said municipalities or counties may also
Issue obligations to provide for tho Inter
est and sinking-fund charges nccrulng
thereon until said properties shall have
been completed und In operation for a
period of one year; and said municipali
ties aod counties shall not bo required to
levy a tax to pny said Interest and sinking-fund
charges, as required by section
ten of nrtlcle nine of the Constitution of
Pennsylvania, until after said properties
shall have been operated by said counties
or municipalities during said period of one
year. Any of the said municipalities or
counties may Incur Indebtedness In excess
of seven per centum, and not exceeding
ten per centum, of the assessed valuation
of the taxable property therein, If said
Increase of Indebtedness shall have been
assented to by three-fifths of the electors
voting at a public election, In such man
ner as shall lie provided by law.
PLACES OF HOLDING ELECTIONS.
Tho Electors of Barnett Township as
follows: Those residing In the Cooks
burg Election District, to-wlt: Those
embraced in the following boundary, viz:
Beginning at a point on the Tylert'burg
und Clarlngton road where the said road
crosses or Intersects with the west line
of Harnett Twp., thence in a southeast
rly direction by the various courses and
distances of said rood to a point where
the said mad crosses the East branch of
Coleman Run; thence down the said run
by its various courses and meanderings
to the Clarion River; thence down the
said river by the various courses and
distances thereof to the southwest cor
ner of Burnett Twp., thence northerly by
tho west line of said Township to the
place of beginning, shall vote at A. Cook
Sons Co.'s Shop,
The Electors of Harnett Township as
follows: Those residing In the HedclyfTo
Election District, to-wlt: Those em
braced in the following boundary, viz:
Beginning at a point on the said Tylers
burg and Clarlngton road where the
same Intersects with the northern line
of warrant No. 3305; thence by the north
ern line ot said warrunt 3305, easterly to
the west line of warrant No. 3148; thence
by. the west lino of said warrant north
erly to the northwest corner of Bald war
rant No. 3148, thence easterly by the
northern line of sala warrant No. 3148
and tho north line of warrant No.
3145 to tho eastern line of Barnett Twp.;
thence northerly by tho cast line of said
Township to the northeast corner of Bur
nett Township; thence westerly by the
northern line of said township to the
northwest corner of Harnett Twp.;
thence by the west line of said Town
ship southerly to the Intersection of Bald
Township line with the Tylorsburg and
Clarlngton rood; thence southeasterly by
tbe various courses and distances of said
roud to the place of beginning, shall vote
at Joseph Hall's Carpenter Shop.
The Electors of Barnett Township as
follows: Those residing in the Clarlng
ton Election District, to-wlt: Those em
braced In the following boundary, viz:
Beginning nt a point on the said Tylers
burg and Clarlngton road where the sold
road Intersects with the northern line of
warrant No. 3305; thence southeasterly
along said road bv the various courses
and distances thereof to a point where
llie said road crosses the eastern branch
of Coleman Run; thence down the said
run by Its various courses and distances
thereof to the Clarion River; thence up
tho said Rivt.r by Its various courses and
distances to tho southeast corner of Bar
nett Township; thence by the cant lino
ot said Township northerly to the north
east corner of warrant No. 3145; thence
westerly by the north line of suld war
rant No. 3115 and the north line of war
rant No. 3148 to the northwest corner of
said warrant No. 3148; thence southerly
by the west line of snld warrant No. 3148
to tho northeast corner or warrant no.
3M; thence by the north line of said
warrant No. SJoi westerly to the place of
beginning, shall vote in the County and
Township House.
The Electors of Greon township pa fol
lows: Those residing In the Election Dis
trict of Gultonvllle, to-wlt: those-embraced
in the following boundary, viz:
Beginning at a post, the north corner of
Warrant No. 5133. thonce south forty-five
degrees west three hundred and twenty
rods to the west corner of said tract,
thence south forty-five degrees east along
the dividing line between tracts Nos. 6133
ond 550o to the north corner of tract No.
fuol, thence by the northwest line of tract
55nl and tho southeast line of tracts Nos.
6505 and 5504 to the south corner of tract
No. M)4, thence southwesterly to the
northwest corner of tract No. 3330, and
southeast corner of tract 5502 on the
Clarion county line, thence by the same
cast to the northeast corner of Clarion
county, thence north by the Jenks town
ship line to where the said Jenks town
ship line crosses the northeast line of
tract 5500, thence northwesterly by the
place of beginning, shall vote at th.
County House at Gultonvllle.
northeast line of Green township to the
The Electors of Green township resid
lug outside of the territory embraced in
t tie above described Election District of
Guitonville, shall voto nt the Township
House, In Nebraska village.
The Electors of Harmony township as
follows: Those residing in the election
district of Upper Harmony, to-wlt: those
embraced in the following boundary, viz:
Beginning on the Allegheny River nt the
Tionesta township line; thence northerly
by said line to the back line of the river
tracts; thence along the back line of the
river tracts to- West Hickory Creek;
thence up said West Hickory Creek to
the Warren County line; thence east
along said Warren county line to tbe Al
legheny River; thence down said river to
the place of beginning, at G. W. King's
Hall, West Hickory.
The Electors of Harmony township re
siding outside of the territory embraced
in the above described Upper Harmony
shnll vote at the Township Election
House on tho Fogle Farm.
The Electors of Hickory township at
the Township House.
The Electors of Howe township as fol
lows: Thoso residing In the Election Dis
trict of Middle Howe, to-wlt: those em
braced In the following boundary, viz:
Beginning at a point where the west line
of Warrant No. 31!tS intersects the line
of Warren and Forest counties; thence
south by the west lines of Warrants
31!'8, 31113, 31M'. 3187 and 3185 to a point
where the west lino of Warrant 3185 in
tersects with the Jenks township line,
thence by Jenks township line east to a
point where the eastern line of said war
rant 31H5 intersects said Jenks township
lino; thence north along the eastern
boundary lines of warrant 3185, 3187 and
3189 to the northwest corner of sub
division No. OS of warrant No. 20113;
thence east along the north line of sub
divisions Nos. 69, OS, 65, 6! and 61 to the
northwest corner of warrant No. 2736;
thence north ulong the east lines of war
runts No. 2993, the Fox Estate. 2991 and
2735 to where tho east lino of 2735 inter
sects the Warren and Forest County line;
thence by said Warren and Forest coun
ty line west to the northwest corner of
Warrant 319S, the place of beginning,
and also Ibe Electors of Howe iowiislup
residing in what wis formerly the Elec
tion District of Frost's, and lliose resid
ing in what was formerly the Election
Dintriut of West Howe, and those resid
ing in what whs formerly the ('lough's
Election District. these election districts
having been consolidated, -shall vote at
the County and Township House at
Livncn.
The Electors of Howe township resid
ing in the Election District of East
Howe, to-wlt: Those residing within the
territory embraced by the following
Boundary lines, to-wlt: Beginning at a
point In the Warren and Forest county
line where the same Is intersected by the
east line of warrant 2735; thence south
along the eastern boundary lines of war
rants 2735, 2991, the Fox Estate, and war
rant 2993 to tho northwest corner of sub
division No. 61 in warrunt 2736; thonce
east nlong the northern boundary linea
of warrants 273G, 2808 and 2464, to the Elk
county line; thence north along the Elk
and Forest county line to where the same
is Intersected by the Warren and Forest
county line; thence west nlong said War
ren und Forest county line to the north
east corner of warrunt 2733, the place of
beginning, shall vote at Brookston In
Brookston Library Hull.
Tho electors of Jenks township resid
ing In the Election District of Byroin,
shall vote In Berg's Hall, at Duhrlng In
Bald township.
The Electors of Junks township resid
ing In the Election District of Marion
viile; also I hose residing in what was
formerly the Election District of Lsinn
na, the two (iislricls having been con
solidnlad, shall vote in the Election anil
Township House at Marlenville.
The Electors of Klngslcy township re
siding In the Election District of Kollett
vllle, to-wlt: Those embraced In the fol
lowing boundary, viz: Beginning at the
common corner of warrants 6317, 6218, 6223
and 5331, said corner being on the line di
viding Hickory and Ktngsley townships,
thence southeasterly along the line di
viding warrants 5217 and 5234, 6216 and
62.15, 5215 and 6236, 5267 and 5266, to the line
dividing Kingsley and Howe townships;
thence south along said township line to
a post where the same Intersects or
crosses tho southeast line of warrant
5180; thence southwestwnrdly along the
line dividing warrants 6108 and 6110, 6109
and 6119, 6128 and 6129 and 5135, to the
southwest corner of warrant 612S; thence
along the southwest line of warrant 5128
to the northwest corner thereof; thence
northeasterly along the northwest line
of warrant 6128 to a point where the
northwest line of wlint Is known as the
Pctree & Co. land entered tho line be
tween warrants 6128 and 6169; thence
along said Pctree & Co. southwest line
to tho lino dividing warrants 5269 and
5196; thenco from said lino to a point In
tho public road known us the Tionesta
creek und Hickory road, where t lie same
Intersects what is known us tho Ball
town road, thenco nlong Iho said Tio
nesta creek and Hickory road northwest
wardly to a point whero ttio same crosses
tli n Hickory anil Kingsley township line;
thence ulong said Hickory and Kingsb-y
township lino northeastwardly to the
place of beginning, shall vote in An
drews Hall, at Kellettvllle.
Tho Electors of Kingsley Township re
siding In the Mayburg District, to-wlt:
Those embraced III the territory lying to
the northeast of the above described
Election District of Kellettvllle, shall
vole at the. County House In said dis
trict. The Electors of Kingsley Township re
siding in the Newtown District, to-wlt:
Those embraced III the territory lying to
1 1 io southwest of tho above described
Election District of Kellettvllle, shall
vote at the Township House, near the
northwest end of Newtown bridge.
Tbe electors of Tionesta township at
the Township House, near the southeast
end of tho Tionesta creek bridge, at the
mouth of said creek.
-The electors of Tionesta borough ut the
Court Jlouso In said borough.
I nlso make known tho following pro
visions of tlio hew Constitution of Penn
sylvania. ARTICLE VIII.
SUFFRAGE AND ELECTION.
Sec. 1. Every male citizen twenty-one
years of a;e, possessing the following
qualifications, shall be entitled to voto
ot ull elections:
First He shall have been a citizen of
the United States nt least one month.
Second He shall have resided In the
State one year, (or, having previously I
been a qualified elector or native born
citizen of the' Stato he shall .have re
moved therefrom and returned; then sis
months,) Immediately preceding the elec
tion. Third He shall have resided In the
election district where he offers to vote
at least two months Immediately preced
ing the election.
Fourth If twenty-two years of age or
upwards, he shnll havo paid within two
years a State or county tax which shall
have been assessed at least two months
mid paid at least one month before eleo
tlon. Section 2. The general election shall
be held biennially on the Tuesday next
following the first Monday of November
in each even-numbered year, but the
General Assembly way by law fix dif
ferent day, two thirds of all tbe members
oi each House consenting theret : Pro
vided, That auch election shall always be
bold in an even-numbered vear.
Notice is hereby given, That any per
son excepting Justices of tho Peace who
shall hold uny olllce or appointment of
profit or trust under the United States,
or this Statu, or nny city or Incorporated
district whether commissioned ofllcer or
otherwise, a subordinate officer or agent
who la or shall be employed under the
legislative, executive or Judiciary depart
ment of this State, or in any city, or of
any incorporated district, and also that
every member of Congress and of tho
Stnte Leglsloture, or of the select rr
common council of nny city, or commis
sioners of nny Incorporated district. Is
by law Incapable of holding or exercis
ing at the time, the office or appoint
ment of Judge, Inspector or clerk of any
election in this Commonwealth, and that
no Inspector, Judge or other officer of
such election shall be eligible to be then
voted for.
The Judges of the aforesaid districts
shall representatively take charge of the
certificates of return of the election of
their respective districts, and produce
thorn nt the Prnthonotary'a office in tha
Borough of Tionesta, aa follows: "All
Judges living within twelve miles of the
Prothonotary's office, or within twenty
four miles if their residence be In a
town, village, or city upon the line of a
railroad leading to the county seat, shall
before 2 o'clock p. m., on WEDNESDAY.
November full. llli;l, snd all other Judges
shall, before 12 o'clock in., on THURS
DAY, November 0. IHI.'l, deliver aald re
turns, together with the return sheets, to
the Prothonotary of the Court of Common
Pleas of Forest County, which said re
turn shall be filed, nnd the day and hour
of filing marked therein, and shall be
preserved by the Prothonotary for pub
lio inspection.
Given under my hand at my olllce In
Tioneata, Pa., this 'J 1st day of October,
Mil llie year ol' our Lord nineteen hun
dred and thirteen, and in the one hun
dred and thirty-eighth year of tbe In
dependence of the United Slates.
W. 11. HOOD, Sheriff.
PROCLAMATION
Whkkkah, The Hon. W. D. Hinckley,
President Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas and Quarter Sessions in ami lor
the ('(unity of Forest, lias issued hia pre
cept fur holding a Court of Common Pleas,
Quarter Sessions; of the Peace, Orphana'
Court, Oyer ami Terminer and General
Jail Delivery, at Tionosla, for the
County of Forest, to commence on
the Third Monday of November, being
the 17th day of November, lillll. No
tice is therefore pi veil to the Cor
oner, Justice of the Peace ami Con
stables, of said county, Unit they be then
ami tliero in their proper persona at ton
o'clock A. M., ol said day with their
records, inquisitions, examination, and .
other remembrances, to do theme things
which to thoir ofllce appertain to be done,
and to 1 1 lose whoare hound in recognizance
to prosecute against the prisoners that are
or shall bo in the jail of Forest County, that
thoy may lie then ami there to prosecute
against them aa shall be just. Given un
der my hand and seal this 2(1 Hi day of
October, A. D. I'.H.'t.
W. 11, HOOD. L.H. Sheriff.
Tit I II. MS I .
List of causes set dow n for trial in the
Court of Common l'lcaaof Forest County,
Pennsylvania, commencing on tho
Third Monday of November, 11IK1:
1. J, I,. Kuhns vs. Greenwood Oil and
(Iks Compsny, a corporation. No. ,'10, Feb
ruary term, Wilt. Summons iu eject
ment. 2. II. L. llepler vs. Til lie liepler, No.
;i:i, February term, 11)133 Summons Iu
a-Hii mpsit,
3. I. L. Chapman vs. L. W. Dana, No.
2.1, May term, liU.'l. Summons In tres
pass, 4. Jennie K. Patterson, Ethel Palter
on, J. E. CK'esler, guardian of Howard
Patterson, a minor child ol M. V, Patter
son, deceased, vs. II. A, Neuland, No, 11),
September term, llli.'l. Summons in as
sumpsit. Attest, S. K. MAXWELL,
Prothonotary,
Tionesta, I "a., October 20, 11)13.
Orphan' Court Sale of Val
uable Kmi l. state.
Folate of A. M. Vanllorii,
Je4't'acl.
II V virtue of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Forest County, Pennsylvania, til
the undersigned directed, there will be
exposed to Public Sale at Pigeon, Howe
Township, Forest County, Pa., on
Friday, Oct. itlwt, lttlS,
at 1;(N) o'clock p. m., ibe following de
scribed pieces of land:
Kust. Thai certain piece or parcel of
land situate in Jenks Twp., Finest Co.,
Pa., bounded and described as follows,
to wil: lieginnliig at a slake on the east
ern side of Forest Ave , formerly kuowu
as Iho Cunningham Road, ami on the
Sunt li side ol Urn right of way of the 1. it
W. It. K ; Ibence along a line 311 feet from
llie center of sulci railroad track easterly
III rods; thence somberly 4 tods lo Hue of
lauds deeded to Win. Cunningham; thence
westerly 111 rods along said Cunningham
line to stake at East side of said Forest
Avenue; thence northerly along said
Forest Avb'iuo 4 rods to the place of be
ginning; containing V acre be the same
more or less.
Second. That certain parcel or lot of
Und situate and lying in the Township of
Howe, Forest Co,, Pa , bounded and de
scribed as follows, lo-wii; Beginning at
a point 21 feet, Soulli 4ti degrees West,
irooi tlio comer of a lot sold to Geo. W.
Noblit at tbe northwest side of Diagonal
Kcmd; thence South Id degrees West 124
lt to a post at the eastern line of the P,
,Y W. K. It ; thence northwest along said
railroad line, whl.'li In at the East aide
and interior lo an X degree curve In said
railroad, to a post 24 leet from the point
where said rallroxl line intersects the
nortliwesi side of the line of the above
mentioned lot sold In Geo. W, Noblit;
thence South 41 degree Esst to the place
of beginning; containing 1 a -re; erected
thereon a one story, Irsme store building
and nut buildings.
TERMS OK SALE.
One-third of the purchase money to be
paid on continuation of ihessle, and the
remainder in two equal annual install
ments from that date, with legal Interest
payable annually on the whole sum, to
be secured by judgment bond and mort
gage on the premises.
Tahitua 11a it man, Administratrix.
M. A. Cakbinokk, Attorney,