The Forest Republican. (Tionesta, Pa.) 1869-1952, October 29, 1913, Image 2
THE FOREST REPUBLICAN. t. I. WINK, Editor 4 Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1913 196 OCTOBER, 1913 "Si M I flw I tTf Ts1 I I l234j 5 6f7 8 9i0TT 13114161718! 1920!222232425l, Republican Ticket. District Attorney, M. A. CARRINGER, Tlonesta Borough. Ik you are io favor of good roada say ao by your vote next Tuesday. THKPittaburgb Chamber of Commerce, one of the mnal Influential organizations in the aiate, passed resolutions Monday night strongly endorsing the good roada proposition. Rkmkmbkr, if tbe good roada propo sition Is voted down now it will be about nine years before tbe question can again be submitted to a vote. A whole lot of people now living may not be bere to bother about good or bad roada then. Makk a cross (x) in the square opposite the word "yes" in voting for tbe good roads amendment, wblcb la the first or No. 1, on your ballot. It l taken, as matter oi oourae, that every good ciliaen wants the gocd roads, and now Is tbe time to get them. Get out of tbe mud. Likk all other questions there ere two aides to the good roads proposition. One la, to carry tbe amendment and secure tbe best rosds possible for absolutely no oost to any individual taxpayers. Tbe otber aide is, to defeat the amendment, keep tbe mud roada you now have, and go down into your pockets and dig up the cash to keep them lu merely paasable condition lor about eight months in tbe year. Take your choice. A Votk for M. A. Carringer is vote to retain a careful, painstaking and efficient man In the District Attorneys office. One who believes in keeping expensea down to a minimum, and while maintaining the peace, dignity and good order of tbe county, be will still be a terror to evil doers. Mr. Carringer baa faithfully served the people of bia county through one term and baa done an well that be auie deserves another, and II tbe votera believe in helping themselves to tbe best tbai'a to be bad he'll be elected by arous iDg majority. Don't Fail to Vote "Yes" on Amend ment No. 1. The Adams Express company baa of fices and does business at over twtuty five different points in tbia county. At a number of tbem it cleara more money each year than any half dozen of tbe best farmers in tbe county doe. At all of tbem it baa a clear profit on every dollar's wortb of business it does. It has horses and wagons, and possibly other property, but not a cent's worth of ita property is represented on any tax duplicate in tbe county. Not a penny of tax for either road, school, poor or otber local purposes does it pay or baa it ever paid. If an assessor make a mistake and values its horse or wagon as he does that of tbe farmer or drayman, application ia at once made to bave it stricken off the assessment on tbe ground that tbia property goea to make up tbe valueaof ita capital stock that cannot be taxed for local purposes. And off it cornea, and you con't find the name of the Adams Express company on any tax duplicate in Centre county, or in tbe State of Pennsylvsnia. And it'a tbe same with tbe Pennsyl vania i ill road, tbe Telephone companies, the El. clric Light concerns or any otber corporations whose wealth is represented by "capital stock." And yet when proposition ia before tbe people to ao amend tbe Constitution that these corporations can be required to help build our roads tbere are tarmera and others, who are taxed on every dol lar's wortb of property they possess, who refuse to vote for such amendment, and by such refusal, assist in exonerating these corporations from the payment of local taxes of any kind. Mr. Voter, are you one of these? Don't you think that these corporations ought to be taxed io aome way that will help lessen tbe burden that ia being im posed upon you? If you do make a cross (X) io tbesquare opposite the word "Yfs" at amendment No. 1, on tbe ballot that you will vote on election day. Belefonte Watchman. Tbe same is true in a greater or leaser degree In every county In tbia state, In cluding our own county of Forest. Tbink of this when casting your ballot next Tuesday. Good Short Stories. Readera of short stories, and there are many of them, should be interested to know that The Pittsburg Dispatch ia printing daily tbe beat short stories that are being written in these modern times. In response to a great and growing de mand for tbe best fiction In tbia form, Tbe Dispatch baa taken a great deal of pains to round up tbe best short story writers. Among the aulbora secured who are well known to magazine readera are Charles Battel I Loom is, William Wallace Wbitelock, Everett B. Htackpole, Morely Rober'a. Nina Wilcox Putnam, William LtQuex, Tom Gallon, Beatrice Harraden, W. II. Hodgson, A. W. Marcbmont, Frank Harris, Leonard Merrick, Edmund Vance Cooke, Agoea and Egertou Caatlei Sewell Ford, Grace MacGowan Cooke, Baroness von Ilutten, Baroneaa Orczy, Melville D. Post, Frank Condon, Crude llaskins Calhoun, Hugh Pendexter, Ilspsburg Lleve, Don Marquis, Erie Sal vias and otbera. Ask your newsdealer to serve you regularly with Daily and Sunday Dispatch. The Return of Chadman. I barejuat read io the Rkpttblicah that tbe game aeaaon la open for ruffed grouse and I sure am homesick lo go up back of Judge Irwin's place and bag one ol those big cocks that baa fattened him self on berries and nuta and wild grapes. Tbe ascent of tbe bill I know would do me good and so would tbe feaat on the baked bird whether bot or cold. We bave no hills or tnountaina bere to ollmb, and even the making of a living in tbe pro fessions or the vocations la not op-htll work. Soyouaeewe get little exercise and In fact do not want very much. Energy, induatry, even ambition deserts one In tbe semi-tropics, and lassitude and fatigue follow alight exerciae or labor. But no one who baa not pent a year or so In this climate can believe what lux ury there ia Id these cool, clear, trans cendent nights, and these never falling balmy, sunshiny days. After October cornea tbere la no end to either of them until June, and that monlb of tbe past summer was one of continuous aun by day and brilliant stars sod moon fclow by night. Ordinarily, heavy showers begin early in June and continue through July, August, and well into September, but the past season baa been a marked exception to tbe rule. Very little rain fell, and while the people to the north were suffer ing from unusual beat we experienced lovely, breezy daya and cool, placid niuhts. The citrua crop ia little below the average in tbia Immediate vicinity, but farther up Peace river, and along tbe Calooabatobee and Ita tributariea, tbe treea are beavily laden, sod bundreada of thousaoda of boxes of tine oranges and grapefruit will be shipped to tbe markets of tbe big cities. Tbe truokers and farm ers are now putting In tbeir aeed and setting out their planta, while tbe farmera of "Little Forest" are putting in tbelr coal and sitting behind tbeir kitchen stovea. In the latter part of January our farmera will be shoveling their potatoes, beets, beans, cucumbers, tomatoes, and ao forth into crates snd nailing and mark ing them forabipment, while youra will be ahoveling anow and Inquiring for cbllblalne liniment. But for all that I long for a sniff of frosty air and a glimpse of a grotesque anow man. It la 88 tbia afternoon with a delightful air moving, and for tbe next six months we shall hsvs Identically tbe aame temperature, with tbe possible exception, perbapa, that in February tbere may be a few nlgbta when an extra light cotton quilt will add to your comfort. Ponta Gorda bas improved very much In tbe past two years. Msny fine bouses bsve been erected and several new blocks io progress. We sre now voting an l-sue of sixty thousand dollars of bonds for wster works sewers, snd street improve ment, ami I bave been quite busy, ssoity solicitor, in looking after tbe legal roattera In connection therewith. I am glad to see so many people moving toward thla part of Florida. Tbe Eaat coast used to be aa far as any one got, but it ia different now, Hundreda of people of very moderate meana are purchasing lots and building Inexpensive bouses bere. Tbey use them io tbe winter and rent them during tbelr absence io tbe summer. It is conceded by even selfish St. Petersburg that Punta Gorda and tbe small towna aurroundlug bave a auperlor climate for winter tourists and pleaaure aeekera. We are really below tbe frost line and the most delicate tropical planta grow In luxurious profusion. Ex-Governor Gilchrist, whose borne ia in Punta Gorda, baa entered tbe race for United States senator, and aa be ia a neighbor of mine, a mighty good fellow, and a bachelor like myaelf, I am for him until tbe last vote ia counted. He will see to It tbat aouthern Florida gets all that la coming lo it. Not that we bave been neglected, for Senators Bryan and Fletcher bave been very attentive to the needs of thla section, but aomebow we will feel safer when we get our own townsman into tbat branch of tbe law making power. Wallace Chadman. Punta Gorda, Fla., Oct. 19, 1913. Mayburg. Owing to the diasgreeableness and dampness of the weather many people bave been afflicted with colds and ton- ailitia. It ia also difficult to travel these wet and rainy daya. Sometimes we feel like saying with the poet, "Rain! Rainl Go away, come again aome otber day," Helen DeBhner, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Wm. Deshner, has been on thealck list with tonaililia for a lew daya. Mrs. George Waltera and daughter Katbryn were Sheffield visitors Ihurs day. Miases Edna and Bertha Deshner, daughters of Mr. and Mra. Charlea Desh ner, were visiting tbeir grandma and other relativea at Cberry Grove during tbe past week. Mr. and Mrs. Edwsrd Mealy of Beaver Valley, tbeir son and bia wife of Frank lin, were Mayburg visitors Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Frank Borrows waa a Kinzoa visitor one day last week. Lottie Deshner called a few of ber young friends In Saturday evening last lo spend the evening In making candy. All report a good time. Dura A. Mealy la visiting bis parents at Beaver Valley. Hunters are very numerous these daya as the bang of guns csn be beard far and near, although none aeem to bave very good success in catching any large game, all game being email, eucb as squirrels, rabbits, pheasants, etc Tbe report of two bears being killed this season ia tbe only large game known of in tbia place. The mill baa been ahut down for a few daya for repairs. Delia Cook was borne from Tlonesta visiting ber parents. It being Institute week abe waa off on ber vacation, aa she ia a student In tbe Tlonesta biuh school. Tressa Hendrlckaon, tescher at Porkey, has returned to her borne bere after at tending the Institute at Tlonesta. H. L. McKindrey baa moved his fami ly into tbe house vacated by Frank Mealy at the upper end of town. Perry Britiin spent a few daya with relativea In Tiona and Warren last week, Mra. li,D. Smith and daughter Clare were Warren vlsitora one day last week, A Marvelous Escape. "My little boy bad a marvelous es cape," writes P. F. Bastiams of Prince Albert, Cape of Good Hope. "It occurred In tbe middle of the night. He got a very severe attack of croup. As luck would bsve it, I had a large bottle of Chamber laln'a Cough Remedy in tbe house. After following the directions for an hour and twenty tnlnutea be was through all dan ger," Sold by all druggiata, adv. Porkey. Tbere waa no preaching service at Minister Sunday as tbe preacher bad a call to Byromtown tbat day, but we will bave prea'blng every two weeka bere. Miss Lottie Llltlefield went to Sheffield Saturday and -will spend a few daya wltb ber brother Claude at Hoover'a before re turning. Mra. 8. W, Llltlefield returned from a visit wltb ber son James at Sheffield Saturday. Our old Iriend Sam Oberman, of Titus vllle, waa in town Saturday and did a fine buslneaa. N. Clark, Sup't. and J. F. Little, fore man, for tbe National Tranalt Co., were bere taut week and lound tbe pump sta tion running finer thau a allk fiber with tbe gauger as engineer. It ran day and night almost all week to move out tbe stock In tbe Iron tank. Miss Alios Bloaa of Sheffield, a aister of Mra. Rupert, is making the family a visit while enjoying a abort vacation from tbe (arm. Her ability as a musician ia being enjoyed by oar people these evenlugs. James Welsh of Bslltown entertained a party of relativea from Sheffield last week who bunted and spent a pleasant few daya. Tbey did not bave to charter a car lo take out the game they got, at Ihey ex pected to do when tbey were coining In. ' A boiler on tbe J. J. Halght lease near here went up wltb a loud report on Thursday, but tbe two men who were uear escaped without Injury. Tbey were covered with mud and dirt and looked like teamalera In spring or fall. It was a narrow escape but tbey are forluuale. Tbey abook banda with themselves after tbe steam cleared away to know tbat tbe "bller busted" and tbey were alive lo tell It. Messrs. Mike Ewing and Grant Mealey were up from Mayburg Friday calling on Mends. Mr. and Mra. Brennan spent a few daya last week tbe guests or relstives st May vllle, N. Y., but Mr. Breunao leturned Saturday evening and spent Sunday at home. Mra. D. W. Downey baa been at Pleas antville for aeveral daya with ber mother, who ia suffering from a paralylio atroke and la growing weaker. She ia past eighty-five and the chancre of recovery are against ber. Miss Edna Albaugb of Welters, who Is working at tbe Brown boarding bouse at Mayburg, bad an attack of heart trouble aod waa near death'a door aeveral times last week, but the last reports are more enooursglog and it is thought tbat she will recover. Marian Rupert spent Sunday with the H. E. Gillespie family at Kellettville.and would bave a good visit, as tbey are very pleasant people lo be with. Jobu Llltlefield baa purchased a fine muley milker and the family will now bave real butter for tbeir bread, and not be compelled to eat tbe grease substitute now on tbe market in place of butter, Leltera from B II. Kinney, who ia 25 miles from Maricopa, Cel., aay tbat be ia living in a fine climate and enjoying life. He expects to make tbe east a visit after tbe Exposition In 1915. E. L. Litllefleld ia preparing lo move bis family to Mayburg ao as to be near bia work tbia winter. Tbere waa a scientific b (inter spent a nlgbt Ij our town last week and waa wel posted on any old subject pertsining to tbe bigber arts and electricity. Tbe atork waa at Hastings Sunday morning and left a fine girl with Amos Llndburg and family. All concerned are doing nicely and Amoa walka very erect. Mra. Elmira Whitebill and children at tended the Klinestiver-Wbilebill wed ding at Sheffield last Thursday. Thla la tbe third of ber children that la married. Right Giving. Our giving must be such as truly to enrich both giver and receiver. But we can all judge those things fairly well for ourselves; if we make mis takes sometimes those mistakes will be forgiven to us where the motive waa right. Pleaaure In Life. The life of a good man Is not at all in want of pleasure, as a certain appendage, but contains pleasure in itself; for he Is not a good man who does not rejoice In beautiful actions; and actions according to virtue will be In themselves delectable. Aris totle. Strange 8lght "When we were on Lake Michigan last summer," says Mrs. Maxlgram mar, "we saw a beautiful sight one afternoon. We were away out In the middle of the lake, and we steamed past a schooner with a woman on It full of brick and lumber." Judge. One Thing Worth Having. In this world the one thing worth having Is the opportunity, coupled with the capacity, to do well and wor thily a piece of work the doing of which Is Qf vital consequence to the welfare of mankind. Theodore Roose velt. Men Who Make The World. Men who make the world of to-day are making Tbe Youth'a Companion wbat it la to-day. It la very much more than Tbe Companion you may remember; no bigber In purpose, but more lavish In material larger and improved wltb special Family Pages, Boys' Pages, Girls' Pagea, and a constant supply of aerials and shorter atories. Tbe editorial page of information, com ment, acience and events will keep any man well informed, while tbe Family Page helps on borne Improvements snd Ideas, and both boys and girls bsve speo isl pagea for themselves. Yon do tbe family a good turn when Tbe Youth's Companion "as It is to-day" is sent to tbe borne. Fllty-two issues a year not twelve. More reading than la found in any monthly magazine at any price. You may not know The Companion aa it ia to-day, Let us send you tbe An nouncement for HtU, wltb sample eoplea containing tho opening chapters of A. S. Pier's fine story of St Timothy's School "HlaFather'a Son." New subscribers who send 2 00 for tbe fifty-two issues of l'JM will receive free tbe remaining Issues of 1913, sod a copy of The Companion Practical Home Cal endar In addition. Th e Youth's Companion, 144 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. Nsw subscriptions received st this office. PATCHWORK ROADS If we depend on each Legislature to appropriate from one-twentieth to one-fortlcth the amount necessary to take rare of the main highways a large part of it will not only be wasted in needless repairs every yer to roads unsultcd to our needs but each county will get just one twentieth to one-fortieth the amount it should have, and every county will represent part of a patchwork plan instead of a system of modern highways. An Expert Name Manufacturer. At a dinner in New York William Ray Gardiner, the advertising expert, scored neatly off an advertising fad that has of late been rather overdone. "A young couple," he began, "had been blessed with the advent of a little son, and the wife, at dinner one evening, said: " 'What shall we name our darling, Jim?' "Jim wrinkled hia brow and re plied: " 'Well, I submit Chllda. Flrstbornlo, Thebol, Allours, Sunne, Ourown, Our ownson "But at this point his wife shut hlra up. He could, of course, have kept on indefinitely. You see, he was one of thoe advertisement writers who In vent new names for breakfnst foods, tinned soups and patent medicines." Chronic Dyspepsia. Tbe following unsolicited testimonial ahould certainly be sufficient (ogive hope and couraue to persona afflicted with cbronin dyspepsia: "I have been a cbronlo dyspepllo for years, and of all tbe medicine I bave taken, Chamberlain's Tablets bave done me more good than anything else," eaya W. G. Mattlson, No. 7 Sherman St., Hornellsvllle, N. Y. For aale by all druggists. adv. John W. Kephart Candidate Tor Judge of the Superior Court. John W. Kephart, candidate for Judge of the Superior Court, was born in Wil more, Pa. Left an orphan at the age of two; at five sent to the Soldiers' Orphan School at McAUisterville, Pa.; at sixteen a telegraph operator on the Pennsylvania Railroad earning money for college. Two terms at Allegheny College followed by two years at the Dickinson Law School completed his education. Admitted to the Bar in 1891. A practicing attorney for over nineteen years, ten of which he was Solicitor for Cambria County. In the recent contest for the nomination, extending over the entire State, Mr. Kephart, outside of Philadelphia, led the entire field of fifteen candidates. He deserves your vote. Under the new law, in order to vote for Mr. Kephart You Must Put An X After His Name VOTERS REMEMBER THIS. Every qualified voter in Pennsylvania can vote for this office at the election Nov. , 1913. Advertisement.) Bank Statement. No. 6038. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FOREST COUNTY NATION AL BANK AT TIONESTA. In the State of Pennsylvania, at tbe close of business October 21, 1U13. RESOURCES: Loans and discounts $321,741 40 Overdrafts, secured and unse cured 27 25 U. S. Bonds to secure circula tion 50.00J 00 Bonds, securities, Ho., 64,536 39 Banking-house, furniture, and fixtures 17,214 35 Due from approved reserve agents 152,033 OA Checks and other cash items .... 37168 Notes of other National Hanks... 1,950 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels, and centa 388 62 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Specie $28,917 80 Legal temler notes. 3,500 00 32,417 80 Redemption fund with U. ft. Treaa'r(5perct. of circulation) 2,500 00 $643,180 60 LIABILITIES: Capital stock paid in $ 50,000 00 Surplus fund 100,000 00 Undivided profitless expenses and taxes paid 29,777 90 National bank notes outstand ing 50,000 00 Dividends n tips Id 5 00 Individual deposits subjoct to check 165,275 29 Time certificates ol deposit 248,122 31 $643,180 50 State of Pennsylvania, County of Forest, rs: I, James H. Kelly, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge snd belief. J A M Ed H. KELLY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of October, 1013. C. M. Arnkr, Notary Public, Corroct At est: G. W. Robinson, Wm. Smrardauoh, T. F. Hitch ey, Directors, Legal Notice. In the Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania. George km len Hare vs. South Penn Oil Co. No. 14, September Term, 1913. Ejectment. To the above named defendant: Take notice tbat on October 16th, 1913, the following order waa made by Ibe Court in the above entitled case: "And now, to-wlt, October 16tb, 1913, a rule la granted on the South Penn Oil Company, defendant, to appear and plead to the writ of ejectment obtained by George Em len Hare for tbe following described Isnd: All tbat certain undivided seven-tenths pari of s certsin piece or parcel of land Bituate in tbe Township of Howe, County of Forest and State of Pennsylvania, be ing tract or Warrant No. 6103, containing 1167 aorea of land, more or lesss. bounded on tbe southwest by tract No. 5103, on Ibe northwest by tract No, 6101, and on tbe northeast and southeast by ofber lands owner or owners unknown. Returnable ibe first Monday of January, 1914." Extract from the record. 8. R. MAXWELL, Prothonntary, BABY NEED NOT SUFFER Every mother should know of tbia new remedy for skin diseases, and keep Pro dium on hand. It stops itching at once and is known as the best remedy for the tender skin or Infauts. It worka wondera In all cases of eczema, tetter, aore feet, split toes, and all ailmenta affecting Ibe skin. For sale at all druggists for 25 cents, including R. A. Walker. Trial packsge upon request to tbe Prod I urn. Company, Plainfield, N. J. Shoes For men, women, boys, girls, children To meet the demands for all kinds of service Walk-Overs X The leading dress shoe for X men- Patrician and Radcliffe For women School Shoes Combining style with mater ials to meet the demand for service Work Shoes Splendid values in heavy shoes either regular or high tops. G. W. ROBINSON & SON NOTICE is hereby given tbst an appli cation will be made lo the Governor of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the Third day of November, A. D. 1913, by John Coleman, Tbomaa K Uarter and John K. McCoomlck, under the Act of Assembly entitled "An Act to provide for 'be in oorporalian and regulation of certain Cor porations," spproved April 29, 1874, and tbe supplements thereto, for Ibe charter of an intended corporation to be called "Coleman, Harter dt McCormick, Incor porated," tbe character and object of wblcb la to manufacture latb, atavea, props, polea, Ilea and lumber or any otber article of commerce from wood, and for these purposes to have, posaeaa and enjoy all tbe rigbta, benefits and privileges ol ssid Act of Assembly and supplements thereto. R. B. McCormick, Solicitor. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER MONAECH CLOTHING CO. GREATEST PURCHASE Greatest Sale Ever Held on Women's Coats and Suits. Follow Women's Boucle, and Astrakhan Prettiest Styles Ever Shown 100 Coats in all new styles and prettiest coats ever shown for women, ladies and misses. Sale at $7.98 260 Coats in all of above cloths, new styles, pretty satin lining. 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