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TIONESTA and RELLETTVILLK.PA.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Levi! Co. Ad.
RoRit A Until. Ad.
Tbe Printc Co. Ad.
rb Klnter Co. Ad.
Lanaon Hroa. Reader.
Oil City Tnmt Co. Ad.
HmiNni Magazine. Ad.
Franklin Truat Co. Ad.
Smart 8lllerbr. Ad.
Fonwt Co. Nat. Bank. Ad.
Mitchell A Churob Co. Ad.
Standard Drea (Jooda Co. Ad.
Pratla Poultry Knmed ea. Locals.
Tbe Diellnotlve Garment Store. Ad.
Oil market oloaed at 2 60.
Ia your aubaorlptlon paldT
You can Ret it at Hopklna' atore. tf
6A Horse blanket and robe at 8. S.
Tbe man who aaya It payi to raise
oblkena can never enter the pearly galea,
Abe Martin aaya: After aome fellera
git up la lb' uiornln' lb' hardest part o'
their day'a work is done.
Tbe Bell Telephone ba plaoed a pay
atatlon booth of tbe latest Improved pat
tern In tbe Waiver drug store.
Tbe Republican oan furulsh you
with tbe very latest in engraved calling
oarda or anything else la that line, at
reasonable priuea. If.
Tbe dance and oyater supper at the
German Hill platform next Friday night
will furnWh an evening of pleaaure for
all who attend. Everybody Invited.
Dr. M. W. Easton, Osteopath, of Oil
City, will visit Tionesta every Wednes
day forenoon, at the Central Hotel, where
be may be consulted by all wbo need hi
Some oruaty old geezer baa found out
that a wotnan'a love for dry goods and
man'a love for wet gooda cauaea about
nine-tenths of the domestic discord In
Keep your bens busy shelling out
eggs in apite of cold weather by ualng
Pratt Poultry Regulator. Sold on mon
ey back guarantee by first clasa dealera
For about the hundredth time we
wish to alate that we will not print lettera
In which tbe wr'tera fail to sign their
names. This to a correspondent nt Hall
ton, Elk oounty.
Oleomargarine always fresh, always
the same price and making new frienda
each day, at 20c per pound in nine pound
lota, at the Salmon Creek Mercantile Co.,
Kellettville, Pa. adv
Mrs. Anna Moon deslrea to express
Jier thanks for tbe loving sympathy and
kindly assistance rendered during tbe
Illness and death of ber beloved buaband,
Reuben W. Moon.
Committee No. S of the Presbyterian
church will bold a market in tbe base
mnt of tbe church next Saturday, Jan,
31, at 8 o'clock. Sherbet and cake will
beaerved. Everybody Invited.
W. L. Hunter has resigned a mail
carrier from the Tionesta poatofQoe to tbe
P. R. R. station, and Ibe contract will be
open to blddera up to Feb. 5th. Infor
mation may be bad at tbe poBtolDoe.
Method 1st Episcopal church, Clarlng
ton charge, Rev. D. O. May, pastor. Ser
vice as follows: Feb. 1st, Greenwood,
Sunday school 9:30; preaching, 10:45.
Gilfoyle, 3:00 p. tn. A cordial welcome to
Roup-Profit destroying, contagious,
trouble-maker. Positively prevented
aud oured by Pratta Roup Remedy (Tab
lets or Powder.) Sold on money back
guarantee by first clasa dealers every
Tbe continuous thaw alnce Monday
has atarted tbe ice In the Allegheny river
to breaking up and it ia passing out this
morning without any damage. The stage
of the river is low and tbe Ice Is not
135 00 and up earned weekly selling
our High Quality Lakesbore Grown Nur
sery Stock. Rest grown in the U. 8.
Periuaneut positiou. Pay weekly. Outfit
free. Write today. Pennsylvania Nur
sery Co., Uirard, Pa. adv8tl-21
The regular meeting of tbe Ladies
Aid of tbe Presbyterian churob will be
held after prayer meeting tomorrow,
Thursday, evening. The change ia made
on account of the meetioga being held In
the church next week.
Frank Cogan, aged 23 yeara, aon of
Richard Cngan, residing near Crown,
Clarion county, died on tbe 221 Inst., alter
a short Illness. He was a teacher by pro
feasinn, and a young man wbo bora tbe
esteem of many friends.
Ray Rlrtcll sold bis bay dray horse to
George Hall orTylersburg last Saturday
for a good figure as horseflesh is bringing
nowadays. Doubtless Ray will be in tbe
market for a good dray horse at fair
price to replace tills fine nag.
Next Sunday evening Rev. H. L.
Dunlavy will begin a series of gospel
meetings in tbe M. E. church, which all
are very cordially Invited to attend. Mr
P. A. Galbraitb, a soloist and chorus di
rector of big reputation will be present
eacb evening and direct tbe singing.
Dou't forget tbe Dutch Supper at the
M. E. cburcb dining ball next Friday
evening. Witb a long menu runuing
from ssuer kraut and weiners to Dutch
pie, Ice cream and cake, you will And it a
good place to be. The supper begins at
5:30. The ladiee extend a cordial invita
tion to all.
Those of oar citizens wbo depend on
tbeir own storehouses for tbe summer's
supply of Ice, got through nicely with the
annual harvest last week, and are no
longer worrying about tbe hot weather to
come in July and August. Tbe orop waa
heavy enough, but uot of tbeoleanest and
-David Whlteblll, of East Hickory,
bad tbe Index bngerof bl left band bad
ly crushed by being oaugbt nnder tbe
live rollers at Wheeler A Dusenbury's
upper mill, at Endeavor, one day laat
week. Dr. Morrow removed tbe end of
the finger at tbe first Joint, and tbe pa
tient la doing nicely.
According to a report from Bradford,
worry and mental anguish over tbe dis
agreeable part be bad to perform in tbe
execution of Roaarlo Gigllottl, la beld re
sponsible for tbe death of Sheriff Matbew
O. Bain, wbo waa burrled Thursday after
noon in that city. Tbe sheriff died sud
denly Tuesday atSmetbport
Tbeaeaaon for fasting on account of
Lent, begins Feb. 26, ending at Easter,
April 12. It ia tbe aeaaon of aelf denial
and la observed by aeveral of tbe
churches, but tbe great body of people do
not pay bead to the aeaaon. Cards, danoes
and socials are dispensed with by those
wbo take heed to ita observance.
Dr. W. C. Britton a veteran practi
tioner of Cocbranton, Pa., died at hi
borne In that place Friday morning, aged
61 years. Dr. Britton'a wife, wbo waa a
sister of Mrs. Mary A. Carrlnger of Tio
nesta, died about month ago. Both
were highly esteemed in tbe community
in wblcb most of their lives were pent.
The well drilled on tbe Irvine tract
near Tidioute by E. E. Norton of tbia
city and otbera, wblcb atarted off at a 85-
barrel rale, according to Mr. Norton, who
waa bere Sunday, la still holding up and,
after ten days' pumping ia producing 32
barrela the day. Another well la due to
be drilled In today. Tltusvllle Hesrld.
C. Y. Donnell, of Oil City, a former
Tioiieata reaident, baa two apples of tbe
Ben Davia variety, In a perleot alate of
preservation, wbizb were grown by F.
W. Stevenson on bia farm In Oakland
townabip, Venango county, In 1012. Tbe
treea from which these specimens were
taken were planted several yeara ago by
Tbe coming aummer will In all prob
ability aee tbe cutting of tbe last lugs at
tbe big mill of tbe Hall A Kaul Lumber
company, which la located at St. Marys,
Pa., and tbe pasaiug into history of tbe
lumber buaiueaa wblcb baa been a lead
log industry In that community for the
paat forty yeara. However much pulp
and chemical wood will still be taken off
tbe tracts that have been denuded of aaw
There is entirely too much snow
balling on tbo atreeta of Tiouests, re
marked a citizen today. Tbe boys are all
throwing "water soakers" and tbe pedes-
tralo who la unfortunate enough to be bit
feela tbe blow f;.r some time, and often
narrowly escapes more serious Injury,
It is suggested that tbe proper autboritiea
give little more beed to breaking up tbe
dangeroua practice, before aome perma
nent injury results.
Tbeaunual Farmers' Institute will
be beld in Forest oounty fur 1014 in a
abort lime, at Marienville, February 18
and 10, and at Tloneata, February 20 and
21. Tbe alate Instructors are men quali
fied from actual experience to talk upon
subject pertaining to farming In all Ha
phases, having been reared on farm.
Farmers and all Interested In educalional
and tome questions should arrange to
attend eacb session.
Tbninaa Bisker A Son, who have
been operating on Albaugh Hill, moved
their drilling machine down tbe river to
Bates run laat week, where they will
drill one and possibly more wells for M.
Finnegau. Tbe first venture will be lo
cated on tbe Bleakley tract, ju.t below
Patrick Fii'igerald's bouse. Tbe location
la said to be a mile from any previous
test. Mr. Finnegan alao baa tbe Fitz
gerald farm under lease.
Acknowledgment of subscription re
newals is made aa follows, witb thanks:
Mlaa Nettie Hunter, Henry Parker, Tio
nesta; F. J. Henderaon, Kellettville, Pa j
Geo. I. Davia, Sharon, Pa ; Geo. Shntts,
Tylersburg, Pa.; Miss Minnie Sbotts,
Brookville, Pa ; Central Pa. Lumber Co ,
Williamsport, Pa.; L. Agoew, Portland,
Ore: F. J.Cubbon, West Hickory, Pa;
W.N. Zshniser, East Hickory, Pa.; L.
J. Osgood, Puyallup, Wash.
Following smallpox epidemics along
tbe line of tbe D. A. V. A P. railroad at
Sinclairville, Caasadaga and Moons, and
In other portiona of Chautauqua oounty,
and alao In Erie oounty near Nortb East,
tbe scourge baa appeared nearer borne,
one, if not tbree cases having been re
ported Monday at Warren. From many
other sections throughout tbe country
ooine reports of the agreed of tbia muob
dreaded disease, aud It would seem tbat
almost a countrywide epidemic is im
Rev. U. A. Bailey ia in Jobnsonburg,
Elk oounty, tbia week assisting a brother
clergyman, Rev, John H. Cooper, in a
series of speoisl meetings. Mr. Bailey
will be borne tbe last of tbe week, and
will conduct tbe regular services In tbe
Presbyterian cburcb next Sabbath. In
tbe evening tbe first of tbe revival meet
ings will begin wblcb are to continue
throughout next week and the week
following. Tbe paalor will be aided in
these meetings by Rev. W. F. Fleming of
Tarentum, one of tbe leading ministers of
tbe Pittsburg Presbytery, and everybody
Is urged to pome out to these meetings.
l-Yesterday evening while farmer Hen
ry Sbatfar was seated in hi aleigb, hav
ing slopped at tbe Couocll run oulvert
for a abort conversation witb a friend, bis
horse took k notion to scare at a passing
rig and lunged side Wise into the deep
snow, and then forward with sufficient
force an J speed to free himself from tbe
cutter and driver. After a brisk race up
Kim atreet for a few blocks tbe horse waa
ready to capitulate and was soon sgaln
united to bis vehicle. The bsrness was
ripped upsome.bul tbe only other damage
to horse, cutter or owner was a alight
loosening of Henry'a purae-atrings for
repairs to tbe harness.
New rates of the express companies
which go into effect on February 1, indi
cate tbat the parcel post will not bave any
keener competition, Tbe new rates
though lower than tbe old expresa rates
are In very few instances below tbose of
tbe postotiloe service. lu the rural de
liveries and in tbe first zone there ia no
chance that tbe express companies can
win away the business of tbe parcel poat.
Tbey offer no rural aervice aud tbe rates
to nearby places la higher than tbe parcel
post. For heavy packages to long dis
tances there Is a slight difference In favor
of tbe expresa ratea. In fact tbe express
companies are going to be good Just to
tbe extent tbat tbey bave to be.
Robert A. Fulton was visitor in
David Mlntz, of Marienville. waa a
visitor In tewn Tuesday.
Miss Florence Msxwell visited Oil
Cily friends over Sunday.
George Sbotta of Tylersburg was one
of our pleasant callers Friday.
Mra, 8. C. Johnston, of Enterprise, la
here for a visit witb ber children.
Miss Bertha Reib spent a few daya of
last week witb friends In Warren.
Mies Lucy Huling went to Mercer
Friday to visit Mrs. Harry Craig.
Mite Margaret Wagner, of Warren, la
visiting ber aunt, Mra. R. A. Walker.
-W. N. Zahnlser, of East Hickory,
waa a pleasant caller at tbia office Tues
day. -H. B. Milward of Bradford was cir
culating amongst Tionesta friends Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Imel and daugh
ter Helen speut Sunday witb relatives In
Paul Clark la up from Sharon for a
visit with bis parent, Mr, and Mra. I),
Harry H. Watson attended tbe auto
show in Pittsburgh last week from
Wednesday tn Saturday.
Mrs. George R. Dawson, of Wood
bury, N. J., ia a guest of Mrs. Robert A.
Fulton at tbe Central House.
Miss Olive Lsnson went to Ellwood
City, Lawrence county, Friday, to visit
her aunt, Mra. J. B. Sproull.
Fred J. Cubbon of Fleming Hill,
Harmony towni-hlp, waa transacting
busines in tbe borough Friday.
A. E. Gaston, of Meadville, was a
guest at tbe borne of his brother, G, G,
Gaston, Monday and Tuesday.
Jacob Jl. Cook of Portland, Oregon, Is
in the ess' visiting relatives, and yester
day waa shaking handa with Tionesta and
John Cropp, for tbe paat two years a
resident of Bradford, waa abaklng bands
with old frieuda at bia former borne a few
daya tbe past week.
Dr. George Slggins, is leaving Venus,
Venango oounty, where be baa success
fully practiced bia profession for aeveral
yeara past, and will locate in Tidioute,
his boyhood home.
Mrs. A. F. Ledebur and aon Linua
visited ber sister, Mra. Edward Youngk
at Wilkinsburg a part of Ibe past week,
and bad tbe pleasure of bearing "Billy"
Sunday while in the city.
George Wilson left last Wednesday
for a week'a vacation, which be tbtnka be
has earned. Earl Thomas la hereagaiu
from Grand Valley helping out Clifford
Foreman In George'a meal market.
Karl Riser came home from Brad-
lord Monday night aud with Joseph Ha
ley, of Bradford, expecta to leave Ibe
last of tbe week for Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The boys will slay there If tbe country
Mr. and Mrs. Urban Thrum, Miss
Louise Elder, Miss Besa Fox, Miss Mary
Henderaon and George H. Warden drove
down from Endeavor Monday evening
and were gueta of Mlssea Marie and
Hon. F. X. Kreiller, oi Nebraska,
returned borne Saturday from attending
a meeting of tbe board of directors of tbe
Deaconess Home at Cincinnati. Judge
Kreitler was appointed a member of this
board at tbe last general conference of the
M. E. church.
John N. Ratbfon, one of Clarion
oonnty's old aud bigbly esteemed citi
zens, and well known to many of our
readera, having lived for a number of
yeara at Nebraska, la critically ill at bis
home at Lit'kingville. Mr. Ratbfon has
been in failing health for a year or more
past, and bis friends now fear thst hia re
covery ia very doubtful.
Misa Agnea Kerr, reported last week
as suffering from a severe attack of beart
trouble at tbe bums of ber sister near
Petrolia, Butler county, waa much Im
proved at last accounts. Miss Kerr, wbo
is well remembered bere aa a former suc
cessful teacher, is making ber borne at
Tylersburg, and bad gone on a visit to
ber sister's borne where abe was attacked
Jske Siggins baa been home from
Rarnett twp. for several days, snd ex
pects to return to drilling operations for
Ibe Rraden Oil A Gaa company today,
taking Bruce Hagerty with blm wbo will
handle tbe drill on Ibe opposite tou'.
Barnett township la developing rapidly
as an oil and gas territory, and is looked
upon by many a tbe coming field of
operatlona in this section.
-Mra. C. F. Halliday of Crown, Pa.,
who waa taken to the Kane hospital last
Thursday seriously ill, waa operated up
on in hope of saving ber life, but ber
trouble bad so far advanced as to make
ber recovery Impossible and she passed
away on Saturday. Tbe remains, accom
panied by tbe bereaved husband and
mother, were taken lo Ramaoa, South
Dakota, where tbe funeral will be beld.
Mrs. Roy Mong, of Franklin, went to
Pittsburb to accompany ber mother, Mr.
Henry Wolfe, home, at which place she
bad been in tbe hospital for some time
past. Mra. Wolfe la now stsylng with
ber daughter in Franklin, but will aoon
be able to return to ber former borne In
Tionesta township. Mrs. Mong aleo(
while In Pittsburgh, had the pleasure of
enjoying aome of tbe great Billy Suit
Tbe following personal reference to a
former Forest county citizen in tbe
Franklin Evening Newa of last Wednes
day will be received witb pleasurable in
terest by Mr Evans' large circle of friends
in Ibis community; "Mra. George H.
Pundt, of 423 Elk street, gave a bridge
party at ber home tbia afternoon in honor
of ber sister Misa Anna Evans, whose
engagement to Gua B. Evana of Oil City,
formerly of Franklin, was announced."
Miss Haztl Fouea entertained at ber
borne witb a very delightful bouse party
during tbe past week, ending witb a
"500" party Monday evening. Among
the out-of-town guests were the Misses
Hazel Bone, of Bradford; Norma Per-
rine, of Oil City; Nelle Colemani of
Franklin; Messrs. Gregg Davey, of New
Jersey; Rawland Goodman, of New
York; Martiu DuVael, of Kentucky; J.
Lewis Hooks, uf Philadelphia. Miss
Belle Jamleson entertained on Saturday
afternoon lu honor of Mis Fonea' guests
witb a Tango tea.
Mrs. John Mong, one of the old and
respected residents of Tionesta township,
died at 12:30 o'clock this, Wednesday
morning, at the borne nf her son, John
Mong, following a atroke of paralysis
sustained last night at 0:00 o'clock. She
was aged 73 yeara. Tbe following chil
dren survive ber: John Mong, Mrs. Cbaa.
Korb, Mrs. Jas. Mealy, of Tionesta town
ship; 8. W. Mong, of Taft, Cel.; George
Mtng, of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs. Wm.
Hanel, of Cossutb, Pa. Arrangement
for the funeral bave not been completed.
Sarah Catherine Pettigrew, widow of
Ibe late Boyd M. Jones, waa born in
Butler oounty, Pa., Deo. 2, 1838, and died
at Ibe home of her daughter, Mra. C. M.
Coy, at Newtown Mills, Pa., Jan. 20, 1014,
aged 75 yeara, 1 tnouib aod 18 daya. She
Is survived by four children, Mrs. C. M.
Coy, Warren F. and Clarence L. Jones, ol
Newtown Mills, Pa., and James F. Jones
of East Hickory, Pa. Thirty grandchild
ren, 26 great-grandchildren also survive
ber, and also one brother, Joseph C.
Pettigrew oi Franklin, Pa., and one sis
ter, Mrs. J. T. Bell, Youugstowo, Ohio.
Dec. 20, 1854, she waa united In marriage
with Boyd M. Jones, and to tbia union
eleven children were born, seven of
whom preceded ber lo tbe grave. Forty
two years auo this excellent mother was
oonverled to God and she united witb tbe
Metbodist Episcopal cburcb, of which
abe remained a consistent and devout
member to the last.
Funeral services were conducted
Thursday morning followed by Inter
ment in the East Hickory cemetery where
ber kindred also are buried. Rev, Henry
Smallenberger of Kellettville officiating.
Mra. Sarah N.Scott Whlppo, life-long
resident of Franklin, aged 84, died at her
borne in Cranberry township, near the
Big Hock bridge, early Sunday morning.
She bad been in failing health for some
time; dropsy waa the direct cause of
death, Mrs. Wbippn, tbe daughter of
John and Eva Scott, was born about a
mile above Franklin, on Ibe shore of
French creek, on October 12, 1820. On
August 6, 1843, she married Rev, John
Wbippo, a Metbodist ministni, wbo bad
charges at different times at Hubbard, O.,
Punxsutawney, Tionesta, and aeveral
Pennsylvania towns in this section. Be
sides two sisters, Mrs. Adaliue Clarke, of
Tionesta, and Mra. Marimret Rboads, of
Franklin, two children survive, Mrs. A.
F. Atchison, nf Pleasantvllle, and B. J.
Shields Wbippo, of Franklin; together
with tbree grand-children Harold S.
Rboada, wbo bas always msde bis home
in Franklin, and Mi-sea Adaline aod
Sarah Atchison, of Pleasantviile.
Mr. Atchison, husband of the surviving
daughter, wbo bas been employed in Tio
nesta tbe paat four years, went to Frank
lin Monday to attend hia mother-io-lew'a
funeral, which waa beld yesterday.
Oren Clinton Brownell, one of Warren'
oldest and most respected citizens, passed
away Monday morning Jan. 2K, 1014, at
10:20 o'clock at bia borne at 129 Wayne
Avenue, after a short Illness with a cere
Mr. Brownell was born in Carroll,
Chautauqua county, N. Y., March 23rd,
1836 and in 1861 be was married to Re
uecca Gillman at Randolph, N, Y. On
September 2nd, 1804, he enlisted In tbe
Ninth New York Cavalry at Westfield,
N. Y., and eerred with tbat company lo
the close nf ibe war. Although a resident
of Warren county the greater portion of
his life, be waa for eight years a promi
nent and respected citizen of Tionesta,
having conducted tbe Central Hot-1 dur
ing tbat period, from 1884 to 1892, being
one of our town's most progressive citi
zens. He was one of the first to move lo
tbe matter of establishing our present
water system. Leaving Tionesta be
moved with bis family to Jamestown, N.
Y., Corry, Pa,, and then returned to
Besides bis wife be Is survived by tbe
f illowlng children: Mrs. Jobn Marsh,
Akeley, Pa.; Mrs. G. W. Smith, Will
iamsport, Pa ; Mrs. John I. Colegrove,
Hbedleld, Pa j R. G. Brownell, of Will
iamsport, Pa , treasurer of tbe Central
Pennsylvania Lumber company; Mr.
Ella Baker, Washington, D. C, and Miss
Iniz Brownell, of Warren.
Many In this community will regret to
learn of the passing of this large-hearted,
honest and cordial old friend.
Tbe funeral services will be held this
morning at 11 o'clock at tbe family borne,
followed by interment in tbe Marsh
cemetery at Akeley.
Reuben W, Moon was born April 26,
1858, at what was then known as Fruit's
Mill, Mercer county, Pa., bis parents be
ing Cephas and Magdalena (Klester)
Moon, deceased. His destb occurred at
3:20 o'clock on the morning of January
22, 1014, after an illness of about three
weeks, at bis home in Tionesta, Pa.
Tbe passing of tbls excellent citizen
was s shock lo the entire community In
which a greater portion of his correct and
honorable life bad been spent, and tbe
sinoerest grief has been expressed by
everyone wbo bas ever known or come in
contact with blm. Aa a young man be
came to this section with bis parents, and
on May 1st, 1883, be was united in mar
riage witb Miss Anna, daughter of Mr.
and Mra. Henry Grubbs, who survives
blm. In young manhood be chose the
avocation of carpenter and wagon maker,
and a better mecbanio or more conscienti
ous workman would be hard to find.
Many yeara ago be began work with
Messrs. Suowden A Clara in this place
and upon the dissolution of that firm Mr.
Moon continued his employment with
Mr. Scowden, and for more than ten
years paat there bave been few working
days that be bas not been found at bis
post, Aa an employe and aureealile com
panion a bond of greatest friendship grew
up between the employer aod employed
which was broken only by this very sad
a-'d unexpected death,
Mr. Moon's exemplary Christian life
was an inspiration lo all with whom he
came in contact. While never In the least
neglecting bis work, be still found a way
to give much lime tc work in Ibe cburcb,
and aa clasa leader in the M. E. church be
waa never absent from Ibe meetings, but
always bad a well prepared lesson for
tbose wbo attended. Faithful, loyal snd
true, not only lo Ibe Master and Ibe
church, but toward all oiaukind, be
carried with blm to the grave tbe highest
respect of all our cltlzeus, aud by all, tbls
quiet, unassuming Christian gentleman
is misBed as few others would be.
Impressive services in bia memory
were beld in tbe M. E. church on Satur
day afternoon. Rev. U. L. Dunlavey,
his pastor, assisted by Rev. H. A. Bailey
of the Presbyterian cburcb, conducted
the aervlces, ea-b of whom spoke In
highly euloglstio terms of Ibe life and
worth of tbe deceased. Tbe interment
was made In Mt. Collins cemetery. These
brothers and alsters survive: James L.
Moon, Grovo City, Pa,; Louis Moon, Oil
City, Pa. Mrs. H. H. Jones, Tltusvllle,
Pa., aod Mary Moon, residing In Mercer
county. All these, together with many
other relatives and friends from a dis
tance, were permitted to attend the ob
sequies. IN MEMO RI AM.
We, a committee appointed by the
Brotherhood Bible Class of the M. E.
church, of which the late Reuben W,
Moon was a laitbful and efficient mem
ber, resolve that while it was the wisdom
of Almighty God to oall from our midst
our beloved brother, and wbo said come
up higher "thou good aod faithful ser
vant; ihou bast been faithful of a few
things, I will make thee ruler of many
things; enter thou into tbe joy of thy
Lord," we deeply deplore tbe demise of
our worthy brother, but lealize and are
assured tbat our great loss is bis eternal
Resolved, Tbat a copy of these resolu
tions shall be aprtad on the minutes of
the Brotherhood Bible Class, and a copy
of tbe same presented to tbe bereaved
family of tbe deceased.
F. R. Lanson,
J. C, Gkist,
-"Alkali Ike'a Girl," a western com
edy sensation In two big reels, will be
among tbe tine attractions st the Pastime
Theatre, Wednesday tiigbl, Feb. 4tb,
next, wben the theatre managers will
give the band a special benefit. You
surely will enjoy tbls splendid feature
comedy. It bas been played to Immense
bouses throughout tbe country and bas
given wonderful pleasure and satisfaction.
Don't forget tbe date, Feb. 4, from 6:45 to
11:15 p. m. Benefit of Tionesta baud,
Cbarlea J. Harris, well known to tbe
people of this county as tbn Indian Doc
tor, died at Marienville Sunday morning
last. He waa aged 77 yeara and baa re-
aided In Jenk township for upward ol
forty yeara, and had many of our citizens
aa patients during tbose years, bis medi
cines being largely a compound of berba,
barks, etc. He waa a veteran of the civil
war, and drew a pension ol 10 per month.
He leaves a widow but no children. Tbe
funeral takes place today, aod Ibe inter
ment will be at bis farm, four miles
northwest of Marienville, and once
known aa tbe Thomas Nugent farm.
It la with gratification that we
chronicle tbe advancement of another of
our Tidioute boys, this time Ralph C.
Siggins, aon of Judge and Mrs. John
Siggins. As noted elsewhere, II. M.
Putnam resigned aa County Commis
sioners Clerk and Addison White, teacher
of mathematics in the Warren High
School, was elected to the Clerkship.
Tbls of courso left a desirable vacancy in
faculty of the High School, and the posi
tion wa offered to Prof. Siggioa, wbo ac
cepted It, resigning bis position as Princi
pal of tbe Schools at Russell, Mr. Sig
gins before going to Russell was Principal
of Ibe Corydon acbools, and in both
positions be displayed an ability that
made bis services attractive to tie War
ren School Board. Tbe hosta of friends
of Rslpb will be gratified tbat o early In
professional lite be bas developed ao much
talent that later will carry him still up
ward In bis chosen field of work. Ti
Tbe Galbreath Brothera, whose ap
pearance lo the Methodist Episcopal
church on next Saturday evening, was
noted In these columns last week, Is a
two parly company, B. Vincent Gal
breath, lyrio tenor and instrumentalist,
and George R. Galbreatb, baritone and
impersonator. Tbey are now completing
Ibe seventh aeason of successful lyceum
platform work. Wben we are assured
thst tbe larger percentage of their present
business is in tilling return engagements,
and In some instsncea for Ibe fourth lime,
we must acknowledge tbat Ihia is tbe
strongest endorsement that a company
like this could possibly have. Tbe Ep
worth League is taking tbe responsibility
of bringing Ibis popular sttraction lo
our town. Their aim In this Is to pro
vide a wholesome entertainment Ibat
everybody may bave tbe privilege of at
tending. An especial invitation la ex
tended to the young people of ibe public
schools. An opportunity will be given
for tb se wbo so desire to help the League
in the expense of tbis enterprise.
Retail Prices at Lanson Bros.' Mills.
Pure Mixed Grain f 1.75 owl
Pure Hume Ground Corn and
and O.its Chop f I 45 owt
Pure Home Ground Corn Meal.. .11 411 cwt
Wheat Middlings f 1 (5 cwt
W inter Bran fl fio owt
Old Process Oil Meal l 8.) owt
Buckwheat Middlings jl 00 cwt
Oyster Shells and Mica Grit IK) cwt
Shelled Corn 75 bu
White Oats fv bu
Best Timothy Seed $3,75 bu
Best Clover Seed, Medium and
Mammoth $11 00 bu
Pure Spring Wheat Flour, Suc
cess $1 50 sk
Pure Spring Wheat Flour, Occi
dent $1 50 sk
Golden Blend Whest Flour f I 80 sk
Pure Buckwheat Flour $.' 00 cwt
Baled Hay $18 00 Ion
Baled Straw $1.1 CO ton
Pittsburgh Lump Coal $.' 75 ton
Best Blacksmith Coal $il 50 ton
Phosphate from $13 00 to $:IU 00 ton
White Agricultural Lime $7.50 ton
Best BuHslo Paragon Wall
Plaster $10.00 ton
Rlatcbford's Call Meal, 2otti sk ...$1 Oil sk
Good Amber Gas F.ugiue Oil 25 iisl
Best Crescent Portland Cement. ..$1 70 bbl
adv Lanson Bhoh.
Cough Medicine for Children.
Never give a child a cough medicine
that contains opium In any lortn. When
opium Is given otber and more serious
diseases may follow. Long experience
bas demonstrated that there I no better
or safer medicine for coughs, colds and
croup lu children than Chamberlatn'a
Cough Remedy. It Is equally valuable
for adulta. Try it. It contains no opium
or other harmful drug. For sale by all
-YOUR FOWLS NEED PRATTS
POULTRY REGULATOR now to pro
duce more eggs aud build up your breed
lug stock. - Sold on money back guaran
tee by first class dealers everywhere, ad
and reducing stock of
50c books at 40c.
25c books at 20c.
All boxed and Fancy Books
and Bibles at
Unearthed entirely too
and tbe 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.
L. J. Hopkins
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Make Your Horse Comfortable
With some good Blankets. We have them and the
quality and prices will be found right.
J. 0. S00WDEN,
There'll Be a Plenty of
Before King Winter Loosens
His Grip !
You can squeeze through, perhaps, with the old coat but what's the use when
our Midwinter Clearance Sale will lead to the very door of Opportunity?
Find the price you usually pay and notice how it has shrunken.
For $ 8.60 Instead of $12.00 I For $14.86 instead of $20.00
For $11.36 instead of $16.00 For $18.60 instead of $26.00
For $13.60 instead of $19.00 For $20.00 instead of $27.60
For $22.60 instead of $30.00
And Similar Setbacks On
Men's Suits, Men's Shirts, Men's Underwear, Men's Overcoats,
Boys' Reefers, Boys' Suits, Boys' Underwear.
4i &43Se:nf ;a st
At Lowest Prices
If it's anything concerning
Fritz's are the people to see.
Now that the holidays are over we are
again in a position to take care of your
wants in short order.
Our repair departments were never iu
better condition than they are now to
give you prompt and efficient service.
Making over heirlooms a specialty.
Now is the time to do it.
Our Motto: Lowest Prices, Quality
The Leading Jeweler,
32 Seneca St., Oil City, Pa.
Is Now On.
It will be worth your while to attend
this sale if interested in saving money
on shoes of quality.
See the Prices.
$7.00 Shoes now $5.60
$6.00 Shoes now $4.96
$6.00 Shoes now $3.96
$1.00 Shoes now $2.96
$3.00 Shoes now $2.36
$2.60 Shoes now $1.96
$2.00 Shoes now $1.60
$1.60 Shoes now $1.20
LEVI & CO.
Corner Center, Seneca and Syca
Will be found in vour
home if you invest in one
For gas, coal or wood.
Changes can be made in
a few minutes and with
very little trouble. And
the saving in your fuel
bills will look good to you
when the bills. come 'round
l .1 iirl !
caci1 nionin. nue you
are about it why not stock
en utensils We can sup
ply them also.
oil city, pa