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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
i. E. WINK, - Editor 4 Psopsiitos.
WRPNFHDAY, JANUARY 21, 1914
Good Gubernatorial Timber.
A HCMBERof our contemporaries are
ivo -anna the nomination or Edwin a
Ntiiart, of Philadelphia, as tbe neit Re
pihlirn candidate lor Unvsmor. Mr
Nluart possesses the qualities thai go to
the making or no Ideal cittxsn, and no
candid inao can deny 'hat be made a
splendid executive. We would take
(treat pleasure In aunDortinn Mr. Stuart
We oan tbink or but one man In the State
whom w would prefer, and that la fnr-
mer Senator Knox. Stuart would make
a good Governor. Knox would not only
make a good Governor, hut he would el
an make a great Governor. Punmulaw
Either 8tnart or Knox would make
splendid Gubernatorial timber, but tbe
man or tbe hour we think la George K.
Alter r.r Allegheny county, speaker ol
the late bouse of representatives at
Harrlsburg. He baa tbe brains, tbe
honesty, the backbone and tbe vigor ot
splendid young manhood back ofhlui to
make one of the greatest Governors tbe
greateat Commonwealth In tbe Union has
ever bad, As speaker of one or tbe most
turbulent and toro-up leglalsluros that
ever assembled at Harrlsburg be came
thiougb the long session with a record
lor fairness, firmness and absolute Im
partiality, ibat could scarcely be equaled,
and that showed him to be an ideal ex
ecutive. Where Is there an honest man
that could And an honest objection to
Sp. aker AlteiT
Tbink it over.
Another Big Dam Disaster.
If anything bas been needed to con
firm us In our wisdom In lighting daain
It is the bursting or ibat Is'est built, and
most accurately scientific achievement In
West Virginia. We did uot need tbe
olj-ct lesson. Tbedoingsat Johnstown
and at Austin were a. I we needed to bring
pictures to our minds of wbat might and
pro!, ably would follow tbe creation of a
dam above us. O I City Blizzard.
Tbe bursting of this dam was almost a
counterpart of the Austin dam borror of
Sept. 30, 1911, which wiped out two towns
and cauoed a lose of more than eighty
lives. I u this latest catastrophe no Uvea
were oi because people living below tbe
dam bad ample warning and fled to Ibe
hills, where tbey were exposed to Ibe
elements for a day and a night. It was a
dam owned by a paper manufactory,
and let go a wall of water in a branch of
the Potomao river more than fifty feet
hiuh, which swept everything before it
aud caused buudreds of tbousands of dol
lars damage, and that in a valley which
wa sparsely settled. Wbat would It bave
done in a valley like tbe Allegheny river
or Tiouesta creek? One sbuddera at tbe
mere thought of such a calamity.
Tbe following news letter came too late
for last week's issue:
Merlon Klioestiver and Roy Combs re
turned last week to their studiea at Lan
Mrs. George McKown and son Hobson
were visitors in Oil City one day last
" Mrs. Harry Watson and Mrs. H. M,
Henry called on Nebraska Irienda last
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Ringman are borne
from a visit with relatives in Piltsburg.
Mr. aud Mrs. K. L. Ilaugb left Satur
day for an exteoded visit with relatives
at Warren, Brookville and Pittsburg.
F. X. Kreitler filled bia ice bouse with
some due ice during tbe week.
Prof. C. J. Johnson and Harold Mo
Keen were Tionests visitora Saturday.
Charles Rly and Wllda Thompson spent
the past week with Mrs. Bly'a parents at
Miss Iva Preston spent tbe past week
at Joseph Mesly'a, near Newmansville.
M iss Belle Combs bad tbe misfortune
to have her leg broken one night reoenlfy
wbile coasting. Tbe following evening
Nelta, the 3-year-old daughter of Walter
Soott fell and broke her arm. Or. Serrill
of Kelleltville la attending tbe patients,
and be reports tbem both doing nicely.
C. M. Arner of Tionesta was a business
Visitor in town on Thursday.
Mrs. E. A. Connor of Pitlsburg la
Visiting ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Hunter, at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wright of Niagara
Falls visited friends here recently.
Jerry Reedy and daughter, and E. W.
Burr were callers lu Tionesta Saturday.
Wm. Myers is home from Pittsburg on
TheW.C. T. U. met Tbursdsy after
noon at tbe home of Mrs. J. K. Reedy,
where an interesting meeting was held
and a line lunch was enjoyed by all pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rich who baa spent
the past two mouths with tbeir daughter,
Mrs. Moreau, returned last week to
tbeir home nesr South Dayton, N. Y.
Lawrence aud Pearl Neal left last week
for Texas here tbey expect to spend tbe
January 19. b.
Wm. Rod da of Warren spent Sunday
at tbe home of A. H. Hunter.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Allison were Oil
City visitors Friday aod Saturday.
The Y. P. B.'a met at tbe borne of Mrs.
Fred. McN'augbton, Friday eteoing, aod
after au interesting meeting tbe hostess
served oysters, coffee aod cake.
Hon. F. X. Kreitler was a boaioeas
visitor in Buffalo last week.
A sled load of young folks attended the
Pastime Theater in Tionesta, Satordsy
Mr. and Mrs. Knight of Erie spent tbe
past week with the latter' son, R. P.
Kerr, at this place.
Addison Reed came up from Oil City,
Tuursday, on a short visit.
Miss Isabelle Scott bas gone to Warren,
where she will be employed.
Albert Mealy of Newmansville apent
Tbursdsy night witb friends here.
Ibe dance st Cbaa. Lobdell's, Frldsy
tibt, was well attended. Jack Dickson
ot Miller's Camp was up and called for
V. JL fceso weot to Warren on busloesa
Mr. lf"tlit oiade a businea trip to
laities tslooutu hauled a load of feed to
jtiai tie, emlurdsy.
Lewrauoe blooum tuade a business trip
lu S(juUioid, feu'.urdnv.
8ome time ago the University of Pitta
burgb offered a pennant for each of tb
two best essaya on "Why I WiH to Enter
a University." This contest Is open to
sll High Schools of tbe first aud aecond
classes in Pennsylvania. Tbe two best
essays Irom each school become coutest
ants for medal prises. Tbe following are
the two submitted by the Tiouesta High
The usefulness of an education may be
plainly aeen In the common routine ol
one'a daily life. Do we accomplish our
undertakings witb our bands, or by tbe
aid of that ruler of our bodies and of tbe
world, our mindT Do we go on and on
In life witb that blind sense of existence
one may expect In tbe animal kingdom,
which la governed entirely by tbe brawn
and muscle of Its bod)? Will we live
out this life, given to us for improve'
ment. In making no attempt to elevate
our minds snd souls to tbe summons of
that great factor in every person's life,
edocatioof Yet do we beed this call,
ibis aummona, tbia beckoning?
The percentage of illiterate human be
ings is alarming. Tbeir stupidity is
alarming even to a child, who, tbougb
Just embarking upon tbe sea of knowl
edge, is conscious of its superiority to
this uneducated member or ita surround
iugs. Despite tbe progress or tbe edu
cated mind there is and alwaya will be a
certain amount of drudgery. To whom
does this drudgery fall? U on whom are
the pains, tbe accidents, tbe deaths, tbe
sorrows of these accomplishments con
ferred? Is it tbe educsted member of
tbia vast tbrong ol people, or is it tbe
stupid, uneducsted and generally poverty-stricken
person, who, when tbe op
portunity for wealth, for comfort, for
happiness in conveyed to his very dwell
ing place, spurns it as something for
those who are lacking in physical power,
or who are overaupplied with (. mlnine
traits? May tbe man, woman or child be
pitied wbose perceptibility of tbeir duty
toward tbe Creator baa been so impaired
as to permit this abomloable opinion con
cerning educstion to enter tbe mind!
Wben tbe high school course is com
pleted, always witb sorrow, as you will
agree, tbe next course is the university or
college. It is here Ibst we learn wbat
happiness really consists of, and tbe
boura spent in surmounting tbe obstacles
here encountered produce tbe desired ef
fect which education bss on the modern
mind. Not alone la one taught tbe hap
piness of todsy or yesterday, or tbe diffi
culties overcome long ago, but also upon
your very soul is forced the duty whiah
cannot be escaped, even by the unedu
cated. And as I look forward into tbe
near future I am hoping for the training
tbe university can afford me; a training
that will tender to me a broader and
more radical outlook on lire, one that
means not only enjoyment for myself
butane which will fit me for tbe service
which is so plainly due my fellow beinga.
Thinking of tbe subjeot Ibst bss come
to me, trying to arrange In my mind tbe
almost numberless reasons why I should
like to enter a university and to place
them in logical order aod sequence, I be
came wearied and aeem to have fallen
into a deep aud pleasant sleep. As I
sleep I dream tbal I am traveling and
nome to and view a atrange land. Near
at hand is a rugged mountain rising ab
ruptly from an extensive plsin which
stretches fsr beyond Ibe scope of my
ostural vision. A wonderful river winds
over tbe plsin iu tbe foreground; its
wsters are clear, blue and deep. Upon
ita bosom floats the mighty fleets of a
great commerce. Stretching beyood as
far aa human eye can carry are fertile
fields, laden witb bounteous crops ripen
ing in tbe warm raya of tbe brilliant sun
of midsummer. Bordering tbe fields and
along the banks of this placid stream
stand magnificent forests, green, shady,
aud inviting. Populous villages, towns
and citiea appear to rest like crowns upon
tbe brow of nature. Peaceful homes cast
tbeir shadows beyond tbem. Fat, aleek,
lazy cattle graze In green fields. A pop
ulous happy people inhabit tbe farms and
villages; peace and plenty abound; tbe
busy wheels of industry ceaselessly turn
in towns and cities; faotorles everywhere
are in full blast. Happy children play
about the familiar school bouse ot tbe
rural district and long lines of eager
young people gather in tbe balls of edu
cation in town and city. Out from tbe
midst of the towering buildings of a busy
city rushes a long, heavy freight train;
crosses tbe plain, passes over the river by
a great bridge, and buriea itself with a
roar of defiance In tbe base of tbe great
mountain, but to appear presently on ita
opposite side. Vast fleets of timber and
coal drift down tbe current of tbe river;
tbe smoke of a hundred mills gathers in
the clouds on tbe horizon. The lofty
spires of innumerable churches rise
proudly into tbe blue heivens, offering
peace and oonsolstion to a busy people.
I examine more closely tbe rugged side
of tbe mouotain, and note, while it la
steep aod high, yet wioding up along ita
side, at an easy grade, Is a pathway which
I decide to ascend. As I press upward I
gaze about me from time to time. My
eyea behold new scenes at each step of tbe
way. Farther and firtber extends my
view at every upward step, revealing
new and more beautiful scenery, con
stantly opening to my vision vast repro
ductlona of wbat waa visible from tbe
foot of tbe mountain. I aee yet mightier
rivera, greater cities, higher mountains,
more extensive plains, even to tbe great
ocean with ita mighty winds and waves.
I muse and It dawns opon me tbst lire
itself has been dramatized before me, I
awaken with a atari aod seek to Interpret
my dream. It most be that my fond
hopes and desires, my cogitations and
speculations of the vast benefits to he de
rived from university trsining bsve In
duced this vision. For me the university
bold tbe key to tbe great mvsteriea nf
the panorama that passed before me as I
slept and that tbe university education
wonld mean to me a more useful part in
the real life of the busy world. And
again may it not be that my dream of tbe
ascent oi the mountain witb tbe con
stantly widening vision thus obtained
bnt typifies tbe ascent to tbe higher edu
cation. Biliousness and Constipation Cured.
. Tfyonareever troubled with bilious
neM or constipation von will he interested
in the statement of R. F. Erwin, Peru,
Ind. "A year ago Isat winter I had an
attack of indigestion followed by bilious
ness and oonatipation. Seeing Chamber
lain's Tablets so highly recmnmendnd, I
bought a bottle of them and Ibev helped
ue right away." For sale by all dealers.
Tbe wralber ia considerably warmer, to
wbat It baa been tbe past few days.
Forest Raj horn, aon of Mr. and Mrs
Frank Rayhorn, has been very ill with
sore throat the past week, but bss grestly
MissValree Day, wlib ber attendant,
Holland Carbaugb, vial ed Miss Belle
Smith, Sunday a week ago.
The young people of tl Is place, with
tbe two Mayburg teacbera. Prof. K. C
Terrlll and Miss Margaret Frampton, en
Joyed a alelgb ride from here to Kellett
vllle, Friday evening. Tbe party went
to Kellettville witb the intention of at
tending a revival aervlce which Is being
held lu tbe M. E. church In charge ol
Rev. H, Smalieoberger, but being too
late for the aervlce, tbey attended a sere'
nade which was given for tbe bent-lit or
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bpangler, who were
married a few days sgo. Tbe psrty re
turned to tbeir homes at a very late hour
and all were ready to retire aud "snooze."
Mrs. Josephs of Lole'a is visiting Mr,
and Mra. Amel Anderson lor a few days,
Chss. Deshner waa a Sheffield visitor
The Missea Hazel and Connie Cope
land, and Hazel aod Florence Carpenter,
all of Kellettville, atteuded the preaohing
service held In tbe F. M. church, Satur
day evening, returning to their homes
tbe same night.
We are having some pretty cold weath
er and lota of snow. Wednesday morn
ing waa tbe coldett morning we have
bad, 34 below zero.
Mr. Frank and Willie Dillon called on
friends in Mt. Jewett, Saturday evening.
Mrs. Wood spent Saturday and Sunday
witb relativea In Bradford.
Lowell Hottel broke bia right arm Fri
day evening Jumping Irom a chair.
Sunday school was very Well attended
Roy Stanley and Miss Tirza Reed
called on Mt. Jewett friends Saturday.
J. J. Kane attended mass at Mt. Jewett
Mrs. Wood gsve s pedro party on her
twentieth anniversary. Mra. Dillon and
Mrs. J. J. Kane won high aod low prizes.
S. 8. Eabeluian was working at Lamont
a few days last week.
StatxofOhio City, op Toledo, I
Lucu8 County, J
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be
is the senior partner of tbe firm of F. J.
Cheney A Co., doing business in the
City nf Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said linn 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' Ca
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6tb dav of December.
A. D. 1896.
seal. A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surtaces ol tbe system. Send lor
testimonials, tree. adv
$8,000 In Gold Free To Dispatch Reader.
Eight thousand dollsrs in cash prizes
have been provided by The Pittsburg
Dispatch for the winners in The Gsme ol
Song and 8tory, which baa just been
started and is now running In thecolumna
of tbat paper. Tbe way tbe game la
played is to fit the proper titles to a series
of 70 puzzle pictures which are run, one a
day, for a period of ten weeka. It la open
to everybody and is conducted on such
lines tbat anyone of reasonable ingenuity
bas an excellent opportunity of winning
one of tbe 669 prizes.
Tbe pictures used are of such a high
class and tbe rules of tbe competition so
fair that a great many would play the
game even if there were no prizes offered.
One need not be well educsted in order to
compete successfully, but tbe gsme is, In
Itself, so instructive tbst noue csn fail to
be benefitted by playing It. Tbe two
highest winners will receive $1,500 and
fl,000 in gold respectively.
Dangers of a Cold.
Do you know tbat of all tbe minor ail
meuta colds are by far tbe most danger
ous? It Is not the colds themselves tbst
you need to fear, but tbe serious diseases
tbat tbey so olten lesd to. For tbat rea
son every cold should be gotten rid of
witb tbe least possible delay. To accom
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Cough Remedy of great help to you. It
loosens a cold, relieves the lungs, aids ex
pectoratinn and enables tbe system to
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WEST HICKORY DRUGGIST
MAKES A STATEMENT
We alwaya advise people who bave
stomach or bowel trouble to see a doctor,
But to those who do not wish to do this
we will say: try the mixture of simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known
as Adler-I ka. This simple new remedy
is so powerful thst JUST ONE DOSE
relieves snut stomach, gas on tbe stomach
and constipation INSTANTLY. People
who try Adler-i-ks are aurprised at its
QUICK action. The West Hickory Drug
List of causes set down for trial In the
Court of Common Pleas of Forest County,
Pennsylvania, commencing on the
Third Monday of February, 1914:
1. J. L. Kubns vs. Greenwood Oil snd
Gaa Company, a corporation, No. 30, Feb
ruary term, 1913. Summons in eject
ment. 2. E. L. Chapman vs. L. W. Dsns, No,
23, May term, 1913. Summons in tres
pass. 3. Jennie K. Pstlersnn, Ethel Patter
son, J. E. Chi I ester, guardian of Howard
Patterson, a minor child nf M. V. Patter
eon, deceased, va. H. A. Neuland, No. 19,
September term, 1913. Summons In as
sumpsit. Attest, 8. R. MAXWELL,
Tionesta, Pa., January 19, 1914.
Notice la hereby given that the follow
Ing anennnu bave been filed In my office
and will he presented at the next term of
Conrt, beginning on tbe Third Monday
of February, 1911, for confirmation :
Second triennial account cf Lewie If.
Menach, goardian of Klenor M. Mercil
liott, minor child of Daisy lols Mercil
liott, late of Jenk Township, Foreat
Connty, Pennsylvania, deceased.
First and final account of Emma 8.
Pierce, administratrix of the estate of
Joseph B. Pierce, late of Tionesta Bor
ough. Form County, Pennsylvania, de
oened. Final account of J. E. Cblteeter. guar
dian of Howard Patterson.
First and final account of Tabitha Bate
man, administratrix nf the estate of A.
M. VsnMorn, late of Howe Townahlp,
Forest County, Pennsylvania, deceased.
8. K. MAXWELL,,
Clerk of Orphana' Court.
TionesU, Pa., January l'J, 1911. I
Whkrear, The Hon. W. D. Hinckley,
President Judge nf the Court of Common
Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for
the county of Forest, has issued his pre
cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas,
Court, Over and Terminer and General
Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the
County of Forest, to commence on
the Third Monday of February, being
the Ittib day or February, 1914. No
tice la therefore given to tbe Cor
oner, Justices of tbe Peace and Con
stables of said county, that they be then
and there iu their proper persons at ten
o'clock A. M., ot said day with their
records, Inquisitions, examination, and
other lemembrancea, to do those things
which to their office appertain to be done.
and to those who are hound in recognizance
to prosecute against the prisoners mat are
or shall De in the jail of Forest County, tbat
they may be then and there to prosecute
against them as shall be Just. Given un
der my hand and seal this 19th day of
January, A. D. ium.
W. H. HOOD, us. Sheriff.
rEP0RT9F TH K CONDITION OF
It THE FOREST COUNTY NATION
AL BANK AT TIONESTA, in the State
of Pennsylvania, at the close of business
Jaouary 13, 1914.
Loans and discounts $321,376 73
Overdrafts, secured and unse
cured 11 03
U. S. Bonds to secure circula
tion 50,000 00
Bonds, securities, i to,, A8,00 39
Banking-house, lurniture, and
fixtures. 17,214 35
line from approved reserve
agenta 172,676 49
Checks and other cash Items.... 8.W 72
Notes of other National Banks... 700 00
hractioiiHl paper currency.
nickels,anu cents. 67 65
Lawful money reserve in bank,
Specie $30.9f3 50
Iegal tender notes. 3,500 00 34,453 60
Redemption fund with U. n.
Treas'r(5perct.oi circulation) 2,500 00
Capital stock paid in $ 50,000 00
Surplus fund 100,000 00
Undivided pronta,less expenses
and taxes paid 23,167 28
National bank note outstand
ing 50,000 00
Dividends unpaid . 330 00
Individual deposits subjeot to
check 183,777 85
Time certificates oi deposit. 250,144 73
State of Pennsylvania, County of Forest,
I, James H. Kelly, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement ia true to the beet of my
knowledge ana belief.
JAMES H. KELLY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
19iU day of January, 1914.
C. M. Arner, Notary Public,
Correct Attest :
C. A. Randall,
O. W. Robinson,
T. F. Ritchey,
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A UDITORS' STATEMENT of tbe ao-
SV counts nf Tionesta Borough for the
year ending January etb, 1914:
J. C. Soowden, Borough Treasurer.
To balanoe last settlement $ 748
W. H. Hood, 1909 tax 197 86
" 1910 tax - 314 74
" 191 1 tax 568 00
19,2 tax 650 00
" 1913 tax 1 900 00
Show Licenses 18 60
Ida Paup 400 00
Rent Borough Building 51 93
Liquor Licenses 240 00
R. A. Cook, Lot 150 00
State Treasurer 42 55
Kebate on Interest 2 50
William Street Sewer 20 46
... 79 32
... 1,259 73
By Ordera Redeemed
Commission 2 per cent
Balance in Treasury
W. a. Hood, Collector, 1913 Duplicate
To 1913 Duplicate $2,91 02
5 per cent, added on $896 15 41 80
By J, C. Soowden, Treasurer $1,600 00
Commission 2 per ceut 32 66
6 percent. Abatement on $1,718 58 85 93
Cards snd Stamps 2 60
J. C. Scnwden, Treasurer 300 00
Commission 5 per cent 15 78
Balance uncol lectod 910 95
f inancial statement.
W. H. Hood, Col lector, 1012 tax..$ 283 47
1913 tax.. 940 95
Presbyterian Church in oo
Rent Borough Building 90 60
M. A. Carrlnger, Secretary ......... 40 00
William StieetSewer 8.188
Municipal Liens. 154 69
Balance in Treasury 1,259 73
Liabilities in excess 10,698 73
,.$ 1,300 00
,. 1,620 90
,. 3,000 00
,. 7,600 09
Order No. 1,123
Order No. 1,431
Other Orders Outstanding
Bonds, 1st Series
Bonds, 2d Series
...$ o33 45
... 78 45
... 153 00
... 69 00
... 314 81
... 420 00
... 67 75
... ii 77
... 2,188 91
... 79 32
Board of Health
Interest Floating Debt ,
Fire Depailment ,
Secretary and Attorney
Payment on Floating Debt
We, the ondersianed Auditors of Tio
nests Borough, hereby certify tbat we
have audited the foregoing aocotinta and
found tbem to tie correct aa above stated.
J. G. Jamirson, )
J. N. Bankread, Auditors.
H. L. IUki.kt, i
Attest: M. A. Carrikoeb, Clerk.
Jaouary 6, 1914.
$4.00 has the buying
power of $5.00.
LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS
Reduced 20 per cent.
FDR NECK PIECES AND
Reduced 20 per cent.
LADIES' SWEATER COATS
Reduced 20 per cent.
KNIT MUFFLERS, HOODS,
Reduced 20 per cent.
MEN'S V NECK SWEATER
$1.60 and higher,
Reduced 20 per cent.
A few pairs of
ALL WOOL BED BLANKETS
Reduced 10 per cent.
Above discount allowed
For Cash Only.
G. W. ROBINSON & SON
Forest County Common Pleaa, No. 2,
May Term. 1913. In Equity.
MARION L. GEROW, Plaintiff,
(CATHERINE FITZGERALD. Widow,
JOHN C. FITZGERALD, MARY J.
MAN ROSS, intermarried with
CHARLES E. MAN ROSS, AGNES
MURDOCH, Intermarried with WIL
LIAM MURDOCH. DORA SIGMAN,
intermarried wrth VALENTINE SIG
MAN. HKNRY FITZGERALD, EL
LEN MCCAFFREY. Intermarried with
John McCaffrey, m aggie oil
tin an. Intermarried with G. H.
GILTINAN. ALICE FITZGERALD,
HANNAH FAH EY. Intermarried with
JOHN FA HEY, belra at-law of
JAMES FITZGERALD, deceased, tbe
following minora, oblldren of ELLEN
MCCAFFREY, now deceased, THOM
AS McCaffrey, mary McCaf
frey, and tbe following minora,
children of MAGGIE GILTINAN,
now deceased, AGNES GILTINAN,
THOMAS WILLIAM GILTINAN.
To John C. Fitzgerald, Dora Slgman,
Valentin Slgman, Henry Fitzgerald.
John McCaffrey, Alice Fitzgerald, Han
nah Fabey, John fahey, Thomas Mc
Caffrey, Mary McCaffrey, Agnea Olltl-
nan and 1 nomas William Glltlnan, a
number nf ibe defendants, take notice
tbat tbe bill of complaint ol Marion L.
Gerow, plaintiff, baa been Hied against
you In said Court to the above term and
number, praying tbal tbe partition of a
certain piece or parcel of land situate in
tbe lownsnip or Tionesta, uounty ol
Forest, Stste of Pennsylvania, and con
taining elghty-aeven (87) acrea of land,
and known as ibe Fitzgerald Farm, and
if same cannot be divided without Injury
to and spoiling tbe whole, then Ibe aame
may be sold and tbe parties to bsve di
vided among the several parties, eta., and
tbat unless you cause an appearance So
be entered for and In said Court of Com
mon Pleas on or before tbe second dsy
of Februsry next, tbe said bill or com
plaint may be taken against you pro
oontesso. u. u. arird,
Dec. 15, 1913. Solicitor lor Plaintiff.
Made -To -Measure
Clothes of the
may be purchased here at the
most modest prices in town.
bee our marvels of beauty at
$15, $18 and $20
and our wonderful importa
$25, $30 and $35
Fit and finish guaranteed.
D. H. Blum,
WallPaper, Window Shades
TionesU, Pn. ;
1 PfH VAWJ-JCh
Before the UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT grant
ed us a charter to do a banking business, they made them
selves absolutely sure that there was both GHARAGTER
and money behind our bank. A National Bank is restricted
in doing business according to the National Banking laws,
and the U. S. Government Bank Examiners see that these
Besides this, the good names of upright men of known
financial responsibility are behind our bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, 150.000. SURPLUS, 1100,000.
Do your banking with us. A rtOY rOnT"
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety, TC Ol IsGUU
Forest County NactionaLl Bank,
Paper Towel Rolls
1800 Towels, 12 Rolls
with White Enameled
Towel Rack, 4.00.
Ellsworth H. Hults, Jr.,
National Vacuum Cleaners.
Many thrifty housewives are showing that they appreciate the FOREST RE
PUBLICAN'S liberal offer. They are responding at even a greater rate than we
There can be only one reson for the popularity of the National Vacuum Cleaner
and that h its superior efficiency. It is positively the most powerful cleaner built
for operation by one person.
The REPUBLICAN has only a few of these wonderful labor-saving machines
remaining, which are offered on the following terms:
The REPUBLICAN for one year and one National Vacuum Cleaner, com
The same advantages will be given to all our regular subscribers if arrearages
Agents charge you $6.00 to $7.00 for the machine alone.
The Cleaner for Everybody.
The National is really everybody's cleaner.
Here you have a vacuum cleaner that weighs 6 pounds instead of 60. With i
you may clean your carpets and rugs without lugging a 60 pound machine from room
to room upstairs and down. You can carry the National anywhere without fatigue.
The National does all that any vacuum cleaner can do.
The flexible nozzle adjusts itself to any height of person. It can be operated
with e.ther right or left hand.
Don't delay in taking advantage of this splendid offering. Act today. Write,
phone or call.
THE FOREST REPUBLICAN,
SAFE AND SUItE HEME-
I)Y FOR ECZEMA
Prod I ii m tbe new healing product, is
tbe newest and most remarkable skin
remedy today. It beals all forms of skin
eruptions, erzema, tetter, milk crust,
rlnn worm, barber's Itch, pimples,
blackheads, chilblains, cracked lips, re
lieves frost bitea, and is a reliable reme
dy to use on tbe tender skin of Intsnts.
For sale at all rtruftEixU, 25 cents, in.
oludioK K. A. Walker. Trial package m
request to tbe Prodium Company, Plain
Held, N. J.
BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST.
All work pertain in 2 toManhinerv. En
gines, Oil Well Tools, Gaii or Water Kit
ting and General Blacksin ithing prompt
ly done at Low Kates. Repairing, Mil)
Machinery given special attention, and
Slion in rear of and lust westnf tlm
Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa,
Your patronage solicited.
We refer those
WHO HAVE NOT
US TO THOSE WHO
Paper Drinking Cups
1000 Cups for $2.75
Leased for $2.00.
25 N-Sixth St., Phila., Pa.
J. L. Hepler
Fine carriages for all occasions,
witb first class equipment. We can
fit you out at any time for either a
pleasure or business trip, aod always
at reusouabld rates. Prompt service
and courteous treatment.
Comi aud see us.
Hear of Hotel Weaver
Telephone No. 20.