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TIONESTA and KELLETTVILLE, PA.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Levi A Co. Ad.
Bobu A Buhl. Ad.
The K Inter t'o. Ad.
Hopklna Store. Ad.
Koblnitnn A 8cm. Ad.
Oil CHvTriiHt Co. Ad.
ilrint . Simmer. Header.
Hmartit Hilhsrbnrir. Ad.
The Print Co. Two Ada.
Ker. O. A. (larrett. Local.
Koran Co. Nat. Hank. Ad.
Tlonmta Boro. And Horn' Report.
The Distinctive Garment Htore. Ad.
Oil market oloaed at 2 50.
la your aubacrlptlon paid?
Yon can Ret tt at Hopklna' itore. tf
5A Horse blanket and robea at 8. S.
We have In a car load of Horse Head
Agricultural Lime. Come and set It
while the rnada are good. Lanion Broa.
The Rkpubi.ican can furnish you
with the very latent In engraved railing
carda or anything else In that line, at
reasonable prices, tf.
Dr. M. W. Eastnn, Osteopath, of Oil
City, will visit Tionesta every Wednes
day forenoon, at the Central Hotel, where
be may be consulted by all who need bis
-When In Oil City go to The Grotto,
next door to the Orpheum, Seneca street,
for your lunch or dinner. The best of
everything to eat, promptly and taste
fully served. adv
Oleomargarine always fresb, always
the aame price and making new friends
each day, at 20c per pound In nine pound
lots, at the Salmon Creek Mercantile Co.,
Kellettville, Pa. adv
Following Is the list of letters lying
uncalled for in the Tionesta, Pa., post
office for week ending Jan. 13, 1M:
Geo. N. Lnrena, Mr. Harry Myer, Miaa
Rose Llndholm (card )
J. W. Jamibsox, P. M.
For Sale. A top culler, practically
new, used only a abort time. Cost $60,
will be sold for 30. Call at F. M. par
sonage, TioneHta, to see culler, or address
Rev. G. A. Gsrrett, Arlington Avenue,
New Castle, Pa. adv
David Mints, In con)iinotion with bis
son Harry, and son-ln law, B. J. Levy,
of Pittsburg, last week purchased the
B'Jdu Dream theatre at No. 6021 Penn
aveuue, Pittsburg, aud Harry Mints will
take active charge at once. This la asld
to be one of tbe best motion picture
bouses in that city.
Reduction of express rates, which be
cornea etlective Feb. 2d., will reault In
tbe abolishment of many minor agenclea
It Is thought. By an order of tbe Inter
State Commerce Commission not only
will rsies be materially out, but tbe com
panies will have to come up to the aland
ard set by the commission.
Although there Is said to be seven to
nine inch ice on tbe cieek, none of our
citizens have attempted to harvest any of
the crop up lo this dste. Rsy Birtcil haa
a good ten-inch covering on hia pood and
is putting np the tlrst cutting this week.
Tuone who want Ice for next summer's
use should be getting busy,
"Rattlesnake Pete" Gruber, a former
resident of Oil City, and well known
throughout this section, now living In
Rochester, N. Y., Is la a eerlous condition
through having been bitten by a black
diamond ralllesnske be had but recently
received from Texas. This is bis twenty
eighth experience of tLe kind.
--William, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Merton Mealy, West Front street, Oil
City, died at the home of tbe parents
Monday, having lived but five, hours.
Tbe body wss brought to Tionesta yester
day afternoon at 3:33 o'clock and Interred
In Riverside cemetery, where tbe firs'
born of these parents Ilea buried.
The M. Finnegan well on tbe F razee
tract at Little Hickory has not been abot
yet, tbe Titnsville shooter not being able
to get through tbe snow blocksde. As
soon as this well Is completed Contractor
James Canfield expects to move bis rig
d wn tbe river to the vicinity of Hunter
Station lo drill a well for Mr. Finnegan
on tbe Bleak ley tract.
Guy Hunter, the Kellettville mail
man, got through tbe big snow drifts to
TioncHia Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
the first trip aince Saturday. Tbe Ty
lersburg mail failed to get through both
Monday and Tuesday. Chas. Johnston,
the carrier on Route 1 waa obliged lo re
turn each morning alter making an at
tempt to get through.
-Positive arrest of Brighl'a disease by
a newly-evolved trestmentof "washing"
the human kidneys wilb certain alkiline
subslarcea was claimed as a medical cer
talnty Monday when John Frohtnan, a
patient at a Ln.Angele hospital, waa de
clared (inuiune from further ravagea of
tbe disease. Dr. A. T. Charlton, wbo de
vised tbe new treatment, declared that in
the case of Frobinan and In twenty other
cases tbe disease bad been stopped in lis
progress to such an extent that each pa
tient treated could live bis 'natural span
of life, as far as kidney trouble would be
The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago
is planning an International Prophetic
Conference, February 24 to 27, the fifth
only of its kind in tbe history of tbe
country, the second having been held In
Chicago In 1886. Among tbe themes to
be discussed are tbe Premlllennial Com
ing of Christ, and tbe relation of that
event to Missions, Evangelism and Prac
tical Christian Woik. They will also
deal with modern delusions of a spiritual
kind and suggest ibelr corrective from
tbe Biblical and Theological point of view.
Professors, Bible teachers. Pastora,
missionaries, evangelists and editors from
all parts of tbe United States and Canada
re to take part.
At meeting of the stockholder! of
tbe Tldlonte Rocker company, limited,
on Deo. 81, it was decided lo dissolve and
liquidate tbe asseta of the company. Wil
liam Merkle, A. Dunn and 0 A. IM, all
of Tldlonte, were appointed to wind up
the affairs of tbe concern. Tbe work will
be done as economically as possible and
the easels distributed with unnecessary
-Tbe little son of Mr. and Mra. J. H.
Swartsfager ia again able to be out play
ing with tbe other children of Mill atreet,
and the neighbors are glad to bear of any
good fortune tbat oomes to this family as
tbey certainly have bad a hard time dur
ing the Illness of their ohlld.-ShefUeld
Observer. Mr. Swartzfager and family
were former realdenla of Howe towosblp
Our citizens generally did nobly In
keeping their walks clear of enow during
tbe blizzard of the past few days, but s
few vacant properties were given the go
by, making travel over tbe walks very
dissgreeableand more or less dangerous.
In oasea like this tbe borough autboritiea
should put s bnsky sbnveler on tbe Job
and charge tbe expense agalnat tbe prop
erty as a penalty. A little reminder of
Ibis sort would work a reform in Just no
Lsat night was sure tbe hummer of
the season. At aix o'clock tbermometera
registered four degrees below zero. At
7:30, ten below; at 10:30, thirteen below,
and thia morning at 6:30 the machine In
dicated 23 degreea below the aught
mark. Mauy water pipes needed thaw.
Ing out and In some cellars a new Invoice
of potatoes will be necessary. Note it
down, Jan. 14, 1914. Tbe river la frozen
over solid enough to carry team of
horses Ibis morning.
Tbe men wbo bsve been engaged In
fishing for a bailer at Bradford'a famous
deep well have finally succeeded In their
work. The bailer be been pulled out of
the hole, now 5,710 leet In depth, and
drilling operations will be resumed. It
la planned to go down at least another
100 feet in tbe hope of bitting aometbing
of value. The bole Is still an eigbl-lncb
one at the depth slated and tbe equip
ment Is lu good condition fur continuing
tbe test. -Brad ford Era.
Recorder Maxwell has just placed on
tbe Forest oounty reoords the largeat
mortgage, by several million dollars,
tbat ha ever been recorded iu this coun
ty, If not lo tbe whole State. Tbe big
document la given by tbe Central Dis
trict Telephone company in favor of tbe
Fidelity Title A Trust company of Pitts
burg, Pa., and la for twenty-five million
dollars (25,000,000.) Tbe mortgage will be
recorded in nineteen of the oountiea of
Pennsylvania snd aeveral counties In
Acknowledgment of subscription re
newals Is made aa follows, with thanks:
Win, Royer, John Coon, Clarlngton, Pa.;
T. P. Kama, Laoiison, Alabama; Mrs.
David Storer, Meadvllte, Pa. (new); John
Weller.C. M. Range, Endeavor, Pa.(new);
R, A. Cbilds, Eagle Rock, Pa. (new); Er
neat Barr, Nebraska, Pa. (new); Louisa
Nurse, Weat Hickory, Pa.; E. B. Sutley,
Erie, Pa ; A. C. Gregg, Brookston, Pa.;
Philip Williams, Ernest Sibble, G. F.
Watson, Raymond Cbilds, Tlnnests; Mrs.
R. H. Jamieson, Emleoton, Pa.
The Prlniz Company of Oil City are
holding their "Dont Shoot" sale early
thia season, having in mind, no doubt,
tbe giving of big bargaioa to their many
customers wblle tbe season for winter
wearsbles is at Its best, Instead of watting
til I tbe cold and d isagreeable dsy a are on
the wane. In tbla way tbe customer gets
tbe benefit of much wear Irom bis pur
chases before carrying them over to next
season. Tbey Invite you tp tbla apeclal
sale tbat you may prove to your own
satisfaction their claims of great bargains.
An important change announced at
tbe Slate Highway Department Is the ap
pointment of Thomas C. Frsme, of War
ren, well and favorably known to those
wbo are active for good roads In Forest
county, assistant engineer. Mr. Frame,
wbo has been auperlntendent f Warren
and Forest counties, baa been assigned to
district No. 15, succeeding W, A. Wynn,
transferred lo tbe newly formed bureau
of township highways. Tbe promotiona
of both Mr. Wynn and Mr. Frame are In
accord with tbe custom cf ibedepartwent,
which, endeavora to fill all vacanciea by
advancement from the ranks. It is said
tbat In the future this rule will be closely
Tbe country fell Into tbe grip of one
of the worst blizzards Sunday night tbat
baa prevailed hereabout for yeara past,
and all dsy Monday a terrific gale filled
the air with aloud, of light snow tbst bsd
fallen during the nlgbt and continued
throughout tbe greater portion of theday.
All sorts of travel In tbe country districts
was interfered with, and all rural mail
routes were "snoaed under," sotospeak.
Monday night tbe high wind subsided to
an extent, and yesterday conveyances
were d gglug themselves out of tbe drifts
and (bowing signs of life again. The
railroads In this section were cot as
greatly hampered as would be supposed,
because the snow was light and there was
not a great lot of It, but tbe oountry reads
as a rule were packed solid filling tbe
beaten palbs so ss to make the going well
nigh out of the question. People wbo
oould sit Indoors by cheerful fires and
use tbe telephones for communication
and gossip were tbe only happy ones.
A. J. Hunter, of Endeavor, wbo Is
employed at the Pine Camp logging Job
for Wheeler A Dusenbury, had a har
rowing experience in the big snow storm
of Saturday nlgbt, January 3d, wbicb
nearly proved bis finish. During the
afternoon Mr. Hunter bad gone over the
bill to May burg, a distance of four miles
In the evening be set out to return to tbe
camp and was overtaken by the terrific
storm. Tbe snow fall waa so dense that
be became bewildered aud lost the path,
and tben wandered about tbe wooda until
far into tbe uigbt. In bis efforts to find
bis way out be wss completely exhausted
and bsd about given up. He kept up a
ory fur belpand finally got within bearing
distance of the camp, although not aware
of it. Some persona sitting up wilb a
sick msn beard bis cries and sent nut a
reacue party, wbicb found Mr. Hunter
under a pile of brush, where be bad
crawled for shelter. He waa about un
conscious and nearly perished. He was
taken to tbe camp and for a number of
days waa ao badly used up tbat be was
confined to bis bed. He ia 35 yeara of
age and unmarried, and bad be not been
strong bearty man would no doub(
have frozen to death In the woods.
R. W. Moon Is slowly mending after
a severe attack of grippe.
Mrs. William Blum Is able lo be np
after a two weeks' Illness with grippe.
Hamilton Foreman of Endeavor, was
a business caller st Ibis office Saturday.
Miss Ada Ruling spent Sunday In
Erie as tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Ernest Barr of Nebraska dropped In
Saturday to enroll as s subscriber to For
est county's best newspaper.
Joseph Hsllinen of Tidiotiie was Ihe
guest of bit brother, A. J. Hsllinen, at
the Hotel Weaver, over Sunday,
-Hon. N. P. Wbeeler was down from
Kndeavor on business yesterday, snd fa
vored tbe Rkpuslioan wilb a friendly
.-Mrs O. F. Walsnn, Mrs. L. J. Hop
kins and Mrs. Cora Felt attended a meet
ing of tbe Tldlutite Chapter of the D. A.
R., Saturday afternoon.
J. Floyd Proper and A. M. fJoutt
started for St. Petersburg and Ozona,
Florida, Saturday, to oln ibeir families
lor tbe winter's sojourn.
Mrs. James H. Kelly was obliged to
bave her handsome setter dog, "Dixie"
chloroformed last week, be having been
attacked by an incurable ailment.
Messrs. William Royer and John
Coon, of Clarlngton, were business vis
itors at the counly seat Wednesday, aud
found lime to make the Refdhlican a
pleasant call. .
Charles VanGiesen was up from
President over Monday nlgbt aud reporla
tbat be orossed tbe Allegheny river on
an Ice bridge at the President ferry,
Counly Auditor A. C. Gregg, of
Brookston, gave tbe Rki'ublican office
a pleasant call yesterday. Tbe auditors
expect to finish tbelr work on the varloua
oounty accounts today.
Ernest Sibble of German Hill gave
us a call one day last week and while we
were out we got that dollar Just tbe ssme,
paving for bis paper regularly being one
of tbe things be never forgets.
Donald Grove, wbo has been in tbe
employ of the National Transit Co. at Oil
City fur tbe past two years, bas accepted
a position at Wichita Falls, Texas, and
arrived in tbat city Monday last.
Mrs. George Holeman returned
Saturday from Oil City where she went
to spend tbe holidays wilb her daughter,
Mra. Merton Maly, and waa obliged to
remain a couple ol weeks to recover from
a severe cold.
Repine Coloslmo, of Endeavor, spool
yesterday here with bis friend Cbsrles
Capalupo, and left last evening for New
York, where be will sail for bis borne st
Soveria Manllll, Italy, on a visit to bis
parents Kane Republican, Thursday.
Friends will regret to learn tbat 8. J.
Grove ia making rather slow progress to
ward recoveiy from a serious case of
blood poison which developed from an
apparently inaignificant injury to one of
bis fingers of tbe left haud some weeks
Mrs. J. B. Cottle and Miss May Ban
ner drove to Nebraska Sunday to pay
Mra. E. L. DeWoody a visit Intending to
return Monday, but tbe blizzard, which
raged luriously nil tbat dsy, interfered
with Ihelr plana and they were pleased to
stay another day.
R. A. Cbilds, who Is tbe sawyer on
F. A. Holden's mill on a wbite oak tract
on tbe Plumer road a mile and a half out
from Eagle Rock, waa up to spend Sun
day with bis family bere. It will take
them about six months to olean up all
tbe limber on tbe Iraot.
Mra. S. E. Pierce of tbe Hotel Weaver
went to Toronto, Ohio, Monday nlgbt to
attend tbe funeral on Tuesday afternoon
of her cousin, Thomas J. Pentlsnd, aged
63, whose death occurred Saturday eve
ning. He bad been a life long resident
of Toronto, prominent In business, social
and church affairs, and was highly es
teemed. His wife, one son and one
daughter survive him. "
Tbe Worthy Grand Matron of the State
of Pennsylvania, Mrs. N. Luella Jackson,
of Pittsburgh, made an official visit to
Sylvania Chapter, No. 102, Order of the
F.aslern Star, last Wednesday evening,
and Installed the offlcera for tbe coming
year. She was accompauled by Mrs.
Cable, of Warren, Pa. After tbe meeting
a lunch was served in tbe dining ball,
and a soolal time followed.
Daniel W. Long, of Newark. N. Y.,
and Mlsa WlldaC. Harmon, or Tionesta,
were united In marriage at the parsonage
of tbe Evangelical Lutheran cburob at
Warren, Pa., Saturday afternoon, Jan.
10, 1014, Rev. W. C. Reck officiating.
Tbey returned to Tionesta Saturdy eve
ning and are now spending a few days
with tbe bride's parents, Mr. aud Mrs.
Edward Harmon, near Lickingville, Pa.
We Join with their frriends In wishing
them a prosperous and bappy journey
James Shoemaker ol Summer, Wash.,
writes a short note acknowledging I lie re
ceipt of the welcome old Republican,
wbicb be ssys Is like a letter from home,
and theu adds: "I was down to Portland,
Oregon tor a week on a visit to my uncle
and sunt, Mr, and Mrs. S. R. Couan,
wbo I found well and enjoying tbe best
of health. Uncle Sim is in tbe lumber
business with bis two sons. 1 bey are l be
owners of two ssw mills and are doing
fine. He wished to be remembered to all
old friends in tbe east. I also met Leon
ard Agnew. He bas quit tbe hotel busi
ness but still resides In the city and was
apparently enjoying good besltb. I hope
you enjoyed tbe bolidsy season as well
as we did, for I tell you when you find
some of your people whom you bsve not
seeo for 24 years you surely bave a Joy
ful time. Kindest regards to you and all
our old Forest county friends."
State ok Ohio City, op Toledo, I
Lucus County. i
Frank J. Chunky makes oath that be
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney A Co., doing business in the
City ol Toledo, uotinty ana Hiaie aiore
sai', and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by the use of Hall's Ca
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to bofore me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day ol December,
A. l. iy.
seal. A. W.GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cons surfaces of the system. Send lor
testimonials, free. adv
Bank Officials Elected.
National banks throughout the country
yesterday held their election of ofllci rs.
In Tionesta the officials of the two Na
tional banks remain practically the same
aa for tbe past year.
Tbe Citizens National bank officers are
as follows: President, T. D. Collins; Vice
President, L. J. Hopkins; Ca"hler, Rus
aell J, Hopkins; Assistant Cashier, J. C.
Geiat; Directors, T. D. Collins, L.J. Hop
kins, F. X. Kreltler, E. L. DeWondy. 0.
W. Proper, J. C. Bowuiao, U. F. Watson,
A. M. Doutt, C. M. A ti It.
Tbe Forest County National bauk
elected Ibe following: Presideut, A. W.
Cook; Vice President, Win, Sinearbsugl;
Cashier, James H, Kelly; Assistant Cash
ier, A. Howard Kelly; Director- A. W.
Cook, Wm. Smesrbaugh, T. F. Ritchey,
N. P. Wheeler, G. W. Robinson, C. A.
Randall, J. H. Kelly.
Christopher Kaxlediedat bis home In
Nicklevllle, Pa., Jan. 1, 1014. Ue was a
son of George aud Barbara (Bowers) Ka
gle, deceased, of Clarion county, Pa.
"Christ," as be was familiarly called, was
well known throughout this section snd
highly respected by all. He was born
In Wittenberg, Germany, August 21,
1850, and came to America with bis par
ents when a boy fourteen years of age.
All but a few years of bis life was spent
on Ibe old homestead near Lickingville,
Pa. He was a kind, industrious citizeo,
and leaves a wife and nine children,
namely, Edward snd Charles Kagle of
Tionesta, Pa., George of Parker's Land
ing, Pa., Willis orsslem, Pa., Webster
ol Cleveland, Okla , Mrs. Oscar Jackson
of Si. Petersburg, Pa., Myrlle, Lloyd and
Nora at borne, to mourn tbe loss of a
good husband and kind father.
Dearest father thou hast left us,
Here thy loss we deeply feel,
But 'tis God tbst bath bereft us,
He can all our sorrow beat,
Walking Stick From Borneo.
Constable J. B Edeu of the Township
received a very acceptable holiday 8if(
from bis young friend, John A. Wolf, ton
of John Wolf of Tionesta township, wlo
Is oo tbe Island of Borneo with a drilling
crew for tbe Standard Oil company. The
letter Is as follows:
Sillco, British North Bornio
Mr. John B. Eden:-
JubI lo bow you tbat I still think of an
old friend, I am sending you a walking
stick by registered mail. Tbe wood U
what is known ss "nebong" one ol ti e
strongest wooda on ibe Island, aud the
bead or handle is of solid silver, beatn
out of the coin of tbe realm. All the
work is done by band. Tbe work is very
crude, but at tbe same time no "rukey,"
or recruit, as you used to call Ibem,
oould do the job without serving a term
or two in the "guard bou-e." This Is a
great oountry, especially lor snakes and
colored folks, centipedes and lizzards,
tarantulas and scorpions, dobe itch snd
prickley beat, but wilb all thia truck on
the outside the gate, I am feeling fine; off
twenty pounds in weight, but you know
me, feeling all tbe time like an old soldier
after a good Christmas dinner. If you
don't get tbe stiok In sixty days let me
know snd I will look it up. Wishing
yourself and family a Merry Christmas
snd bsppy N w Year,
' As ever your old friend,
J. A. Wolf
Lauben Straits Settlement.
Some Snow Seventy-five Years Ago.
Dr. F. E. Allison, of Nebraska, Pa.,
furnishes tbe following Interesting local
history of tbe ''big snow of 75 years ago:
"An old-timer says tbat on Saturday,
December 24. 1839, snow commenced to
fall about 1 o'clock In tbe afternoon, con
tinuing without Intermission that day
and nigh' and throughout Christmas dsy
until evening. On tbe following morn
ing the snow waa two feet deep. During
the succeeding week it settled down about
four inches. On Saturday, December 31,
about 3 o'clock in Ibe afternoon, it com
menced to snow sgain, fell steadily dur
ing tbat night, throughout New Year's
day, and for some lime during tbe night.
"On Monday morning there w'as an ad
ditional depth of 26 inches on top of what
had fallen Christmas, making a total of
more than four feet.
"While tbe highways were all blocked
and bad to be shoveled out, there waa
only one railroad and one telegraph line
affected In Ibis State. Tbst was tbe
Pennsylvania Central it was tbe only
railroad completed In tbe State at tbat
line ihe telegraph line was from Phila
delphia to Harrlaburg.
"Seventy-five yeara ago It was said to
have been tbe deepest snow ever known
by tbe oldest Inhabitants.
"Tbe succeeding summer was ihe time
of the Harrison and Van Buren Presi
dential campaign. The Democrats de
clared that ' Harrison's log csbin aud older
barrel bad all been snowed under' hence
the phrase 'Snowed Under' bas been in
use lor tbe past 74 years, but the log csbin
and baid cider barrel won out. General
Harrison was elected In 1810, hut only
lived oue month after being 'snowed' in
to the i fflce."
Horses I Horses !
A car load of burses, weight 1 .000 to
1,700 lbs., mostly brood mares and
matched teams. All acclimated Penn
sylvania horses. Two span ol mules.
For sale or trade for two weeks only,
beginning January 12, 1014, at Edelhlute's
Livery Barn, Brook ville, Pa. All horses
gusranteed as represented,
adv2l Grant Sbuster.
Dangers of a Cold.
Do you know thai of all tbe minor ail
meuts colds are by far the most dsnger
ousf It la not the colds themselves Ihst
you need to fear, but the serious diseases
tbat tbey so often lesd to. For that rea
son every cold should be gotten rid of
with Ihe least possible delay. To accom
plisb this you will find Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy of great help lo yon. It
loosens a cold, relieves the lungs, aids ex
pecloration snd enables tbe system to
throw off Ihe cold. For sale by all
The aunual meeting of Ibe stockholders
of tho Forest Telephone and Telegraph
Company will be held In the Directors'
Room of tbe Gold Standard National
Bank, at Marienville, Pa., January 20, at
1:30 o'clock p. in., 1M4, for Ihe purpose of
electing officera for the ensuing year.
J. II. Russell, President.
J. H Cottle, Secretary,
Jurors For February Court.
Anthony, 0. A., laborer, Harmony,
Anders, W. X., laborer, Jcnks.
Anderson, G. E., laborer, Kingsley.
Carson, Jesse, fanner, Tionesta Twp.
Caldwell, II. B., laborer, Jcnks.
Croasmun, M. N., laborer, Burnett.
Dod.son, John, farmer, Jcnks.
Foglo, M. L,, driller, Harmony.
Fulton, R. A., landlord, Tionesta Boro,
Frost, Chester, foreman, Jctiks.
Green, Joseph, collector, Harmony.
Gorman, L. A., oil producer, Harmony.
Uusiu, Charles, contractor, Hickory,
Grant, Charles, engineer, Kingslcy.
Goodunl, J. J., laborer, Howe.
Hoovler, F. M., fanner, Harmony.
Heath, Asa, farmer, Tionesta Twp.
Kcllcy, J. W., shoemaker, Jenks.
Kelly, J. P., furmcr, Green.
Mealy, Wallace, carpentcr.Tionvsta lioro.
Rudy, W. F., sawyer, Kingslcy.
Biggins, A. J., furiner, Harmony,
Htilct, W. II., merchant, Hickory.
Wattcrson, R. E., laborer, liarnett.
Anderson, 0. 11., foreman, Howe.
Brandon, A. II., farmer, Hickory,
liurlienn, George, farmer, Kingslcy.
Brown, E. M., laborer, Howe.
Booth, W. A., merchant, Howe.
Bean, EiL, carpenter, Kingslcy.
Cross, L. M., furiner, Tionesta Twp.
Carson, John T., agent, Tionesta Boro,
Canfield, James, driller, Tionesta Boro,
Cook, T. H., lumberman, Burnett.
Cropp, I). J., farmer, Green.
Cridcr, G. E., superintendent, Hickory.
Cox, Charles, farmer, Hickory.
Dohson, Fred., laborer, Howe.
Dotterrer, H. A., furiner, Green.
Downey, E. F., pumper, Howe.
Preyer, Fred., farmer, Tionesta Twp.
Dingle, J. D., fireman, Kingslcy.
Emmingcr, D. B., laborer, Jcnks.
Foreman, E. H., carpenter, Hickory.
Finlcy, E. 8., engineer, Kingslcy.
Gregory, George, furiner, Jcnks.
Hoover, W. L, laborer, Jenks.
Hutchinson, Lou, laborer, Kingsley.
Hunter, Guy, mail carrier, Kingslcy.
Hopkins, W. V., carpenter, Kingslcy.
Horner, Charles H., producer, Howe.
Imd, W. C, agent P.R.R., Tionesta Boro.
Jaiuiesoti, Ernest, luborer, Jenks.
Kincli, J. A., pumper, Howe.
King, William, laborer, Jenks.
Lewis, E. A., farmer, Harnett.
Lawrence, C. II., clerk, Tionesta Twp.
McWilliama, J. W, farmer, Tionesta Twp.
Neal, J. M., laborer, Jenks.
Rupert, 0. E., gaugcr, Howe.
Russell, J. II., superintendent, Jenks.
Ross, A. M., guugcr, Harmony.
Sibble, Thomas, farmer, Green.'
Shaller, W. H., farmer, Tionesta Twp.
Williams, Philip, clerk, Tionesta Boro.
Wertz, Charles, farmer, Tionesta Twp.
Wilson, Scott, blacksmith, Howe.
Zcrby, Frank, laborer, Jenks.
Thirty-Two Years Ago.
Items taken from the files of Ihe Re
publican issue of Jan. 11, 1882:
Bruce Crawford and Charlie Hilton are
patching up tbe floor of the creek bridge
at tbla place.
Alex Dale came home Saturday from a
three monlb'a cruise at Ricbburg, N. Y.,
where be bas been learning bow to bore
oil wells, at 4 a day.
Rev. O. B. Claik of Jamestown, N. Y.,
Is once more among bis Forest county
While loading a band wheel on a wagon
Wm. Thomas got tbe end of bis middle
finger on the right band pinched off. He
at once replaced tbe severed piece aud
Btrange to asy It is healing nicely,
Ben. May and Ab. and Wilbur Grove
of this place bave secured a good lease at
Clarendon and bave tbe rig up ready to
begin drilling. , .
Charles Bonner Is off attending tbe
meeting of the Republican state com
mittee In Philadelphia, be being the
member from this county.
Miss Maude Davis, accompanied by
her father, Hon. E. L. Davis, departed
for Boslun last Thursday, where she will
attend tbe New England Conservatory of
Jsn. 18, 1882:
There is not a vacant bouse in town. .
Two degrees below zero tbis morning,
the coldest day of the Inter so far, Tbe
biggest snowlall of tbe season came on
Monday, about three inches. No sleigh
ing. County superintendent Hillard spent a
few days very profitably at Pittsburg last
week with bis brother Supls. of Westein
H. M. Thomson better known ss
"Cully," came home from Ibe Bradford
oil region last week, where be bas been
engaged the past 8 months In drilling
At the annual meeting of tbe Salmon
Creek Lumber A Mining Co., held a few
days ago, Joseph Adamsou was elected
president, Geo. M. Kepler was elected
secretary, superintendent and general
manager, and H.J. Iloyt treasurer. Tbe
Miller Extract Co. will begin the manu
facture ol hemlock extract at Salmon
creek about the first of February.
Borough school report for month end
ing Jan. 12, 1882:
No. 1, Minnie A. Freeman, tesoher
Pupils who were present every day:
Daniel Jackson, Chas. Adams, Sam
Clark, Joe Dewees, James Kelly, Georgp
Jsckson, Wi lie Morrow, Dora Adams,
Sadie Pease, Jessie Knox, Kate Pease,
Edie Knox, Martha Morrow, Mack Ag
new, Arthur Kelly, Forest Proper, Hyr n
Colinrn, Will Walteis, Cora Knox, Nan
Room No. 2, Sun Evans, teacher :
Bertie Davis, Hartie Lawrence, Joe Part
ridge, Harold Sharp, Forest Bovard,
John Clark, Cail t'ohurn, Chas. Bovard,
Florence Klinestlver, Effit) Clark, Erne
Wallers, Kale Hood, May Knox, Stella
Noble, Blanche Pease, Maude Adams.
Flora Walters, Lizzie Randall, Doliiah
Huddleson, Elbert Chadwick, James
Canfield, Maude VanGiesen, James
Grubbs, George Kllliner.
Room No. 8, Aggie Kerr, teacher:
Nellie Hunter, Nellie Walters, Ada Hu
ling, May H tiling, Minnie Landers, May
Grove, Eva Eagles, Lunv Canfield, Rachel
Saul, Kale Kimx, Bnrdin Chad wick,
Louisa Henderson, Mabel Polk, Matilda
Morrow, A Hie Dunkle, Itennie Kelly,
Charlie Muenzxiiberger, Clyde Shriver,
Percy Shoemaker, Willie Kepler, Frank
Carr, Harry Davis, James Shoemaker,
Maggie Htirknl, oracn Hassey, Esther
Heud.irson, E la Albsugh.
Biliousness and Constipation Cured.
If you are ever troubled with bilious
ness or constipation you will be Interested
in the stalemnnt of R. F. Erwln, Peru,
Ind. "A year ago last winter I bsd an
attack of indigestion followed by bilious
ness snd constipation. Seeing Chamber
lain's Tablets so highly recommended, I
bought a bottle of them and Ihev helped
me right away," Fur sale by all dealers.
Rain Coats, Storm Boots,
Rubber Coats, Rubbers,
and all sorts of
For Men, Women and Children for the slush that is sure to
come with the melting of the heavy snow.
Gum Boots, Alaskas,
Felt Boots, Arctics,
of all good kiuds.
Lowest Prices Always,
for first quality goods.
Killmer Bros., Tionesta, Pa.
and reducing stock of
50c books at 40c.
25c books at 20c.
All boxed and Fancy Books
and Bibles at
Unearthed entirely too
and the same with
Those stocks must be re
duced. The only way we
know is to
Cut the Price.
And that is what we are
going to do. Before you buy
your next Shoes or new Un
derwear see what we will of
fer you. It will pay.
This SoJe of Ours
on Men's, Boys' and Children's Overcoats and Heavy
Weight Suits is one of those regular events that prudent
folks welcome with pleasure and patronize with profit. The
figures here printed below are reliable guides to economy:
Overcoats are now $ 8.76
Overcoats are now 11.36
Overcoats are now 12.60
Overcoats are now 13.50
Overcoats are now 14.86
Overcoats are now 16.60
Overcoats are now 18.60,
Overcoats are now 20.00
Overcoats are now 22.60
$12.00 Suits are now $ 8.86
16.00 Suits are now 11.60
18.00 Suits are now 13.60
20.00 Suits are now 14.85
22.60 Suits are now 16.60
25.00 Suits are now 18.60
27.60 Suits are now 20.00 j
30.00 Suits are now 22.60 1
lizzr& fb PR
Possibly one of your New Year resolu
tions is to save.
What is there you can put your money
into that will give you something to show
for it, an article of personal adornment,
and be increasing in value every day it is
It is just after Christmas and the sale
has been large, but FRITZ'S stock is
always kept up to its high standard.
We solicit your inspection.
II VKV1V I KIT,
The Leading Jeweler,
32 Seneca St., Oil City, Pa.
High Top Blucher,
black or tan grain a splen
did winter boot
Tan Box Calf,
heavy sole welt,
LEVI & CO.
Corner Center, Seneca and Syca
Oil, M l. A.
2 1-2 to 16 size.
Long coats, short coats and reefer
styles, with Russian, military and shawl
$3.60 Boys' Overcoats are now $2.60
4.00 Boys' Overcoats are now 3.00
6.00 Boys' Overcoats are now 3.60
6.00 Boys' Overcoats are now 4.26
7.00 Boys' Overcoats are now 6.00
10.00 Boys' Overcoats are now 7.00
llojV Mhort I'a ii I m Null
Double-breasted and Norfolk styles, 6
to 16 sizes.
$4.00 Boys' Suits are now $3.00
6.00 Boys' Suits, with two pants,
including blue serges, are now 3.76
6.00 Boys' Suits are now. . : 4.60
7.00 Boys' Suits are now 6.00
8.00 Boys' Suits are now 6.00
10.00 Boys' Suits are now 7.60
12.00 Short Pant Suits are now .... 9.00
ice - clotmTeEr
OIL CITY PA