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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. WINK, tSITON 4 PBOSSItTOS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1914
914 FEBRUARY 1914
S M T W T F IS
LJ I L I 1 .
Thk anuouni-euient that, "olng to the
high cost of living," tbe price of (bin it
that commodity la to be raieod, continue
to stare one In the fane almost dally.
What's tbe matter witb thin near free
trade law, any waf la It never going to
bring down tbe higb coat of living? Gin
ger blue! but tbia "waiting policy" ia
making a lot of people hungry.
Smith, the wine old guy of tbe Pumy
Spirit, Ibus philosophically observe:
Tbe old proverb, "lie that eata longeat
liven longest" should be printed In large
type, put In a frame and bung on tbe
wall of every dining room. If It ia a
pleasure to eat, why not take plenty of
time toll? The habit of rapid eating do
doubt came down to us from our savage
ancestors when tbe fastest eaters got tbe
Rkh i.utionu were adopted by the
Pittsburg Ministerial Uuion, representa
tives of all evangelical denominations in
the city, calling upon the board ol Ednca
lion tit dispense with all dancea In tbe
school curriculum. The resolution was
passed after a long and bitter controversy
in which a line that was drawn between
I h't folk and otbei dances In the schools.
Tbe sction by tbe ministers followed Ibe
atstement by Evangelist "Billy" Sunday,
who charged that "the Bible has been
kicktd out nl the schools and Ibe dance
substituted." We tbink "Billy's" mis
taken about the Bible being kicked out of
the schools, it being obligatory, on tbe
contrary, to read tbe bible in tbe schools
under the laws of Pennsylvania.
State Highway Department is Hampered.
The appropriation made by tbe last
legislature for the purpose of road con
struction tin ier tbe Sproul Act have been
almost exhausted and tbe Department ia
now waiting a legal decision aa to tbe
moneys in the State Treasury received
from Ibe taxation of tn tor vehicles. The
last Legislature appropriated all money
here alter collected from tbia source to
the Slate Highway Department for use la
tbe construction and maintenance of high
ways but Auditor General Powell has
raised the point thai tbe Legislature ex
ceeded it" f ower in thus acting and that
tbe moneys must be specifically appro
priated by each Legislature for that pur
pose. Pending a decision on this ques
tion, the State Highway Department baa
been unable to obtain tbe money now In
the Slate Treasury Department and tbia
Las delayed tbe laying of plans lor the
State Highway Commissioner E. M.
Blgelow has decided that if Ibe automo
bile mouey ia made available for road
work, tbe amount shall be used lor put
ting In shape as many of tbe bigbwaya in
the Slate aa possible. It is bis inteution
to have tbe toads gone over, scraped and
cleaned and then to have all gutters
cleaned out and repaired aud to have the
drains and culverta fixed. After Ibis baa
been done the roads will be patrolled and
efforts will be made to keep tbeui la aa
nearly perfect condition as possible.
Tbe foregoing program, of course, doea
not apply to work to be done on State-aid
applications. There remains from tbe
appropriations mnde by tbe last Legis
lature a sufficient sum to enable a certain
amount of woik to be done on these ap
plications made by counties, townships
and boroughs but even this amount is far
below that wbich would be rfquired to
comply with all of tbe applications now
on tile at tbe Department.
Perhaps tbe most notable work to be
done during tbe coming sesson will be
that of maintenance and the Maintenance
Department is planning an active year.
Repair of worn-out roads and resurfacing
of others where tbe vehicular traffic is
besvy will occupy tbe time and labor of
tbe Department during greater part of
Tbe Slate Highway Department maps
of ibe counties in tbe State are being
eagerly sought for by those who are anx
ious to have accurate data on tbe roads in
tbe varioua counties. They are furnished
to tbe public by the State Highway De
partment at the nominal cost of 25 cents
eacb. At the present time the Depart
inent has lor sale nnapa of the following
counties: Bucks, Chester, Clarion, Craw
ford, Dauphin, Delaware, Erie, Fulton,
Juniata, Lancaster, Montgomery, Perry,
Pike, Warren anil Wyoming, Maps of
several of the other countiea have been
prepared but tbe Department ia unable to
bave them printed owing to Insufficient
appropriations for that purpose by tbe
We are glad to lose aome of our snow,
as we had too much.
Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Dillon and Mrs. Good
man attended tbe Lady Maccabee meeting
at Burning Well, Thursday.
Harry tlottel called on friends at Mt.
Jewett, Saturday eveuing.
Mr. and Mrs. Wanaley spent Sunday
with his parents at Campbelltown.
Frank Dillon called on friends at Mt.
Jewett, Saturday evening.
Mrs. J. J. Ksne and son J. J. spent
Sunday with Maria Kane, wbo teaches
school at Clermont.
Mises Mary Dlllen and Stella Gros
chupp s re getting along nicely with the
Mrs. Ham. Stover and little daughter
are visiting at tbe borne of Harry Stover,
Mr. Roberts of Bradford waa in town a
couple of daya on business.
Mrs. Mavo and uaugbter Mildred were
visniiiig friends at Smetnport tbe past
riumlsv school was well attended Sun
day. Teniy-seveo were present.
Mrs. Dilien and Mrs. Hndgkina were
shopping in Wilcox, Wednesday.
We were glad to see that Porkey was
still live. Come olteti, as we like to
bear from you.
Senator Brlstow of Kansas has been,
snd Is yet for that matter, oue of the
country's moat ardent progressives, but
be bas announced that be will be candi
date to succeed himself on tbe Republi
can ticket next fall. On tbia subject tbe
Philadelphia Public- Ledger, one of thia
atate's etrongest journals, said in its Fri
"Senator Bristow will be a candidate to
succeed himself in the Kansaa Republican
primaries next August because, In bis
opinion, "tho third party movement will
not succeed. " There are thousands of
men, be saya who have thoroughly pro
gressive sentiments, but traditional at
tachments and pride In lis achievements
bind them to tbe Republican party,
"The Kanaan Is a good diagnostician
and can aceut coming eventa aa well an
any man. Desertion of a csuae cannot be
Justified by the improbability of its suc
cess, of course, but it is mere stubborn
ness to Insist on accomplishing the pur
poses desired witb a particular instru
ment or not at all. The Progressive pha
lanx can make tbe Republican party pro
gressive much more easily tban It can
make tbe nation progressive. Tbe split
army osn do nothing, united it may do
everything. Mr. Bristow wants his pro
gressiveness to produce results. He is
tired of seeing Republicans and Progres
sives wasting their strength tomslntsln a
minority party in control of the Govern
ment. "Tbe light wbich Mr. B'istow bas seen
In Kansaa is beginning to break thiougb
tbe mental fog of thousands of other en
thusiastic patriots. The rehabllstion of
tbe Republican party ia not being
brought about by resolutions snd meet
ings of leaders. It is a movement tbe
direction of which is gauged by a multi
tude ol individual cases."
SLAYERS IN ONE CELL
Condemned Men in Philadelphia Prison
Called "Suicide Squad."
Peter Lutnian told an extraordinary
talc before the common pleas court
Judges In Philadelphia, w to are con
ducting an Inquiry Into the conditions
of Moyemlng prison.
Lutnian said that the condemned
slayers were herded together In one
cell nnd permitted to fliht among
themselves and that one of the men
was killed by his fellow prisoners.
Lutnian spoke of the institution ks
a "chamber of horrors" and said that
the prisoners among wht-m he was
cast were "spread eagled" to the floor
for days at a time. He declared that
a number of men under sentence of
death were styled the "suicide squad"
In the prison because it was known
they would kill themselves If oppor
tunity offered rather than meet death
on the gallows.
Lutnian said the man killed was
Carl Rapp, who was arrested In
Rochester, Pa., to answer for a crime
he was alleged to have committed In
NO DODGING THIS TIME
Candidates For Legislature Must
State Stand on Liquor Question.
Stra'pht county option, with no op
portunity for legislators to hedge or
dodge the question, will be made a
prime issue of the coming primaries
in every county of the state, according
to a decision announced at a meeting
of trustees of the Antl- Saloon league
This decision was announced In
resolutions adopted by the trustees
after they had listened to reports from
all parts of the state, expressing senti
ment that Pennsylvania Is on the flood
tide of a mighty revival against the
licensed saloon and Its allies.
Kills Woman, Shoots Wife and Self.
Harry W. Goss, aged thirty-five, a
traveling salesman of Union City,
twenty mllos from Erie, Pa., shot and
serir tisly wounded his wife, shot and
killed Mrs. Frederick Fields, a neigh
bor, and fatnlly shot himself in the
home of Mrs. Fields. Mrs. Goss is
thirty-five years old and her condition
is reported to be serious and death be
lieved near. Mrs. Fields was forty
years old. Following a quarrel with
her husband Mrs. Goss had fled to the
home of Mrs. Fields.
Youths Seek Gold in Cave of Devils
Armed with shotguns, revolvers,
knives, picks, crowbars, carbide lamps
and other paraphernalia four youths
of Roxbury, a suburb of Johnstown,
Pa., Btarted on an exploring expedi
tion into Somerset county. Their des
tination Is the "Cave of the Seven
Devils," where they hope to find gold
secreted In the cave by highwaymen
In that section more than a ctntury
Workmen Boycott Scranton Revival.
because twenty-five ministers of
Scranton, Pa., donned overalls and
jumpers and started to build the mam
moth tabernacle which will be used
for the evangelical services to be con
ducted by Rev. William A. Sunday,
I the evangelist, there in March, the
carpenters' union declared a boycott
on the structure and on the religious
meetings to be held there.
Say Aged Farmer Killed Workman.
A jury, empaneled by Coroner M.
A. Berklmer, decided that James
Bryant, aged sixty years, a farmer, of
Bryant station near Etna, Allegheny
county, Pa., was guilty of the murder
of Charles Covert, forty-five, of Mars,
Pa., on Jan. 25 at Bryant station.
Bryant was charged with murder by
Wlllle-Pnw. what Is a freethinker?
Paw A a unmarried num. my son.
Maw-You go to lied. Willie. Clncln
How's This I
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh, that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chunky A Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
Wkht it Traux, wholesale druggists, To
ledo, O., Waldiwo, Kihnam A Marvin,
wholesale druggWts, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 7ftc
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi
Hall's Family Pills ate the best ady
Boiler Plant Owner Crushed.
Michael Mead, aged sixty-five, presi
dent of the Mead Boiler works of
Corry, Pa., while oiling some shading
In his plant was drawn into the belt
ing by his coat catching In the belting
and his right arm was torn from the
shoulder and he was crushed. He
died in the Corry hospital.
Air Rifles Are Banned.
Burgess Morgan Issued an official
warning against the use of air rifles
In the borough of Washington, Pa.,
arid Chief of Police John D. Bumgard
ner Instructed his men to bring to
police headquarters every boy found
with an air rifle In his possession upon
Hard Times Over at Altoona Shops.
Hard times in the Pennsylvania rail
road shops In Altoona, Pa., were ended
when orders were received to build
1,000 box cars, BO passenger coaches
and 34 big locomotives which will
keep the shops busy for nearly a year.
Other orders for new work are to come
Foreipners to Be Disarmed.
Burgess Thome has Issued an order
to the chief of police and his men to
begin a ca inalgn to disarm the for
eign population In Greenville, Pa.
Every time there Is a drinking bout
there Is trouble and some member of
the party is usually stabbed or shot.
Rat Hunters Slay 9 252 Rodents.
The biggest kill of the present rat
muting seison In Washington and
Greene counties, Ta., Is reported from
Pine Bank, not far from the Washing
ton county line, where In a ten days'
hunt 66 men killed a total of 9,252
Oil Coom Strikes Town.
Clarington, near Tionesta, Ta., is ex
"erleiK ing an oil and gas fever almost
ei,vial to that of the days fifty years
ago. More than 100 wells will be put
down In the next few months. Land
has been leased a.l about the village.
Of poetic families, t lie Colerldges.
like the Tennyson, are hard to beat
The author of "Chrlstobel" had a
daughter nnd two soiih all poets. The
first Sum, wrote lyrics which, ac
cording to Dr. Giirnett, entitle her "to
rnnk high among English Het esses."
The eldest sou. Hartley, iu the sumo
critic's opinion, was a sonneteer
'nuiong the most perfect In the lan
guage." Derwent. the other sou, wrote
some very beautiful verses In Knight's
Quarterly Mag:i.lne of 1822 nnd else
where. Prveiit's son. Mr. Ernest
Hartley Coleridge, is the author of a
volume of Meins. The Hon. Stephen
Coleridge hns several volumes to his
credit ns a poet iiiid everybody wbo Is
a verse lover knows of the late Mary
E. Coleridge, whose lienutlful gift ap
peared through a volume of poems In
100". And there is an E. P. Coleridge,
who has rescued certain translations
of the classics from ridicule. Loudon
During many of the nights In Sep
tember the Inhabitants of the island of
Helgoland are nstlr with big lanterns
nnd a kind of enormous butterfly net,
the former to attract and dazzle the
migrating birds when they come to
earth to rest, and the hitter to secure
them. Mr. Seeliohm. the great author
lty on bird migration, states thnt he
bas known as many ns 15.000 skylarks
to be caught on the Island In n single
night The migrating birds are always
Interesting to the ships that ply across
the North sea and the Baltic. In Sep
tember they settle on yard arm or on
deck, rather tired, and the seamen
catch flies and collect them Into recep
tacles for the benefit of the birds.
Trial by Jury.
Tbe establishment of tbe trial by
Jury runs buck even prior to the time
of Alfred the Great He Is said to
bave organized Juries of twelve men
as now in practice, lint eveu earlier
six Welsh and six Anglo-Saxon free
men acted as a jury where there was
a dispute between Welsh and Saxons.
"Jim told me a ripronring Joke that
wns played ou some member of your
cluli Inst evening. Were you there?"
"Yes. 1 was there! It was an abom
"O-oti! Jinx did not tell me that you
were the niau It was on." Houston
Strangeness of the Sax,
A woman can become highly excited
over the fact thnt a bride Is starting
out In married life with machine hem
med napkins. Cluclnuntl Enq ilrer.
Weight of Snow.
A cubic foot of newly fallen snow
weighs five nnd one-half pounds nnd
bas twelve times the bulk of an equal
weight of water.
I wasted time, nnd now time doth
waste me. Shakespeare.
That Wedding Fee.
Mrs. Henham Did you pay the min
ister In cash? Bcnlmtn Yes. fool that
I was! If I hadn't I could nve
stopped payment on the check. New
dir chief want In life Is somebody
who shall make us do what we can.
This is the service of a friend. Emer
son. Truth and Lifa.
Where the seeking of truth begins,
always the life commences too. So
anon ,is the seeking of truth Is aban
doned life ceases. John Ittlskin.
I tame Rumor Is the mother of Mis
fortune. Philadelphia Record.
LESS BOWEL TROUBLE
IN WEST HICKORY
West Hickory people have found out
that A SINGLE DOSE of simple buck
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as compound
ed in Adler-l ka, the German bowel and
atomacb remedy, relieves constipation,
sour atomacb or gas on the atomacb
INSTANTLY. Tbia simple mixture
became famous by curing appendicitis
and It draws off a surprising amount of
old foul matter from the body. It la
wonderful bow QUICKLY It helps.
Tbe West Hickory Drug Store. ady
In the Matter of Isaac N. Patterson,
IN BANKRUPTCY No. 6626.
By virtuk of the authority vested In It
as Trustee and tbe order of Court in the
shove entitled case, dated January 13tb,
11)14, tbe Franklin Trust Company,
Trustee, will idler at public sale in the
corridor of tbe Court House in the Bor
ough of Tionesta, Forest County, Penn
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23d, 1914,
at 1:00 o'clock, P. M.,
the following described real estate, free
and divested of liens, to-wit:
First Parcel. All ihe right, title and
Interest of the aaid I. N. Patterson in and
to tbe oil and gas rigbt and ibe right to
go upon said land and operate for oil and
gas, in and to all that certain tract ol
land situate in the Township of Tionesta,
Finest County, Pa., beglnnlug at a black
oak on the Allegheny River, northeast
corner of tract; thence by the courses up
tbe river 64 perches to a black oak and
post; thence by land couveyed by John
8. McCalmont, Executor of A. McCai
moot, dee'd, to Hlssell et al. part of same
original tract, nnrtb 32 west 624 perobes
to a post aud stones ou back line of tract;
ti.ence by tract litie south I450 weal 70
percbea to post and atones; thence by
land conveyed to Sarah F. McCalmont
and children tv deed of partition ol June
12th. IHTS.south 314 east 600 percbea to
Ibe blst-k oak on the Allegheny River at
tbe plaoe of beginning. Containing IDA
acres more or less, and being tbe Interest
reserved by tbe said Isaao N. Patterson
and wife in deed of said premises to 8. S.
Csnlleld, dated July I2tb, 1MH. and re
corded lu tbe Recorder's office in Forest
County in Deed Book Vol. 37, page 28.
Second Parcel All that pteoe of Und
siuale iu Uaruiouy Township, Forest
County, Pa., beginning at a white oak on
corner of tract southwest corner of James
Davison's belrs north 23 esst 70 percbea
to a poet and stones southeast corner of
tract conveyed to Sarah F. McCalmont
and children; thence by same north 4us
west ifiW perches to a wbite oak aapliog
on tbe back line of the traol; thence by
traot line south 2& west 60 perches to a
post and stones and maple, corner ol
original survey; thence by tract line
south 47 east 299 perches to tbe post by
white nak, place of beginning, containing
117 acres, more or less. And being tbe
same premises conveyed by Alexander
McC. Wilson et al. to I N. Patterson by
deed dated March ltiib, 1H84. and recorded
in Dtwd Book Vol. 35, page 610.
third Parcel. ell that certain piece of
land aituate in Harmony Township, For
est County, Pa., beginning at a atone and
at tbe south west ooruer of tract 216, thence
north 2 east 130 percbea lo a post; thence
south 8K east !&') perches to a post; thence
south 2 west 130 perches to a post; tbenoe
nnrtb 88 west 153 perches to tbe place of
beginning, containing 124 seres, more or
less, excepting tbe surface right, conveyed
by 1. N. Patterson et ox. to Mrs. 8. E.
Wilson, by deed dated July 12th, 1004,
and recorded lo Deed Book Vol. 37,
Fourth Parcel. All Ibe right, title and
lulerestof Isaac N. Patter sou. Bankrupt,
in and to all that certain piece of land
aituate in Kingsley Tiwnnbip, Forest
County, Pa., beginning at a atake or
stones, being tbe northeast corner near
where tbe road from tbe upper mill oross
ea tbe Fort Pitt Lumber Company
line south 42" east along said Fort Pitt
Lumber Company hoe 100 rods to a
atake and stones; thence aouth 48 west
along lands now or formerly of Bond, 80
rods to a stake and stones; thence north
42 west along line of land now or for
merly of Bond 100 rods lo atonea on rock;
thence north 48 east along lands of the
said Bnud 80 roda to the place of begin
ning, containing 60 acres. For descrip
tion see deed recorded in Deed Book Vol.
16. page 165.
Fifth Parcel. All tbe interest of Isaao
N. Patteraon In and to ibe follow
ing described piece of land, situate
in Tionesta Township, Forest County,
Pennsylvsnla, bounded and described
aa follows; beginning at a maple
nn tbe Allegheny River tbenoe north
30U perches lo a post; thence by land
now or formerly of the Holland Land
Company south 80) east 28) parches
to a wbite oak; thence sou Hi 1(T esst
388 perches; thence down the said Alle
gheny River to the place of beginning,
containing 81 acres more or less, and be
ing the interest reserved by I. N. Patter
son In bla deed tn Win. Haskell et al.
dated May 8tb, 1890, recorded iu Deed
Book Vol. 32, page 116.
Sixth Parcel. All tbe right, title and
interest of I. N. Patterson in tbe oil and
gaa and mineral right In and under the
following described piece of land, aituate
in Tionesta TowoBhlp, forest County,
Penn'a, bounded and described as fol
lows Kegluolng at a post nn the Alle
gheny River tbe comer of the original
Alex. Holeman warrant; thence by tbe
river by the courses and distances thereof
65 rods to a post; thence by other land of
first parties north 7 west 415 rods to a
poBt nn line of land formerly of the Ho.
land Land Company; thence by theaame
north 87 west 20 roda to a post and stone
corner on tbe Alex. Holeman warrant;
thence by tbe same south 888 rods to the
place of beglnuing, containing 100 acres.
be the same more or if ss, and being tbe
Interest In the said premises reserved by
I. N. Patterson In bis deed to Hannsb
McCrav recorded in Deed Book Vol. 21,
Seventh Parcel. -All tbe right, title and
interest to tbe oil and gas and other min
erals aa reserved by I. N. Patterson et al
In deed recorded in D. B. Vol. 281, page
23, to Cbarlee H. Hunter for land aituate
in Tionesta Township, Forest County,
Feno a, and bounded and described as
follows: Beginning at a post near maple
on the bank of the Allegheny Klver,
thence by line of land now or formerly of
D. C. B chua north 17 west 480 rods to
post by chestnut on line of land formerly
of Holland Land Company Tract 216;
thence by aaid tract line north 87 weat
15 roda to a post; thence hy land sold to
Uannab McCray south 10J west 431 rods
to a post on the bank ol the Allegtieuy
River; thence aoutb 65 esst along tbe
bank of tbe Allegheny River 81 perches
to tbe place of beginning, containing 110
acres more or less.
Eighth Parcel. All the right, title and
Interest of I. N. Patterson in the follow
ing described parcel of laud, aituate in
Tionesta Township, Forest County,
fenn'a, nounaea ana a escribed aa fol
lows; Beginning at a post tbe corner of
traol aold lo Dingman A Derickaon, later
owned by Ueorge Swan; thence by land
of aaid Swab north 10 west 431 rods to a
post on line of Tract No. 216; thence north
87 wcat 20 roda to a poet; tbenoe by line
ot land conveyed by Hannah McCray et
con. to Henry P. Armburger south 7s
east 415 rods to a post on the bank ol Ibe
Allegheny River; tbence up said river by
tbe courses and distances thereof to the
place of beginning, containing 100 acres
and being the oil and gas and mineral
right reserved by I. N. Patterson in deeda
Tkbms ok Salk. Twenty-five per
cent, of the purchase money In oash at
tbe time tbe property is struck down,
and tbe balance upon llnsl confirmation
of sale by the United States District Court
for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Thk Frank mm Trust Company,
Homer R. Blair, Attorney,
SHOULD fcOR PER
EARN $ZO WEEK
Introducing our very complete Spring
line of beautiful wool suitings, wash fab
rics, fancy waMlnts, silks, h'lkfs, petti
coats, em. Up to date N. Y. City patterns.
Klne-t line on the market. Dealing direct
with the mills you will And nor prices
low. Ifotbersnan mske $10.00 to $:!0 00
weekly you ran also. Namples, full In
structions In neat sample cane, shipped
express prepaid. No money required.
Exclusive territory. Write for particulars.
Be first to apply. Standard Dress Goods
Company, luo 1st Bt., Biogbamton, N. Y.
During this month we
will allow a reduction
Felt and Knit
Special low prices on
a number of styles we
wish to discontinue.
G. W. ROBINSON & SON
Power of a Great Wave.
The remains of at is excursion steamer
may lie seen in n haytleUI 3(H) feet
above the lake of Ihmi. in Norway.
This oddly placed wreck Is the sole
relic of n terrible landslide which took
place In IIHNI, when the whole side of
tt mountain suddenly slipped Into the
lake, raising u great wave more than
;WU feet high, which drowned every
body living niong the shores, more
than sixty people perishing. The
steamer, which was moored on the
lake tit the time, was curried on tho
:rest of the wave over a perpendicular
clllT anil deposited, as already stated,
more than ; feet nhove the normal
level of the water, more than a quarter
of a mile away from Its anchorage. It
Is a torn anil battered wreck, every lilt
of woodwork bas been Wrenched off.
and the twisted steel work testllles to
the force of the wave which cast It
nsbore.-WMo World Magazine.
You will find that Chamberlain's Coogh
Remedy baa recognised advantages over
most medicines In uae for oougba and
ooldt. It doe not suppress a cough but
loosens and relieves It. It aide expectora
tion and oprna tbe seoreatlons, which en
able tbe svalem to throw off a cold. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to re
sult in punuinonia. It contains no opium
or other narcotio, and may be given to a
child aa confidently aa to an adult. For
sale by all dealers. adv
AUDITORS' STATEMENT of Tlones
ta Township for Ibe year ending
December 1, 11113:
Jacob Wagner, Treasurer.
To balance f
Henry Blum, collector, iuu tax
" " overnavnient
11113 tax 1,205 00
By ordera redeemed
Balance on band
Henry Blum, Collector.
To duplicate, 1012 $2,213 69
Relunding order 10 00
Duplicate, 11)13 1,505 22
5 per cent, added on $342 61 ... 17 13
By paid Treasurer in 1012 $1,781 03
5 per cent, abatement on soo id. 471
Exonerations 6 71
Land returns 09 04
Jacob Wagner, Treas., 1912 tax... 284 20
" " 10 00
" " 50
" " 1913 tax... 1.205 00
5 per cent, abatement on $952 27 .. 47 61
Balance 359 24
Hewer pipe, etc
Tools aud machinery
Repairs to same
Stone watering trough ,
Pipe for same
Dynamite, eto ,
Auditing and report
Supervisors' services and Secre
tary and Treasurer
Relunding order and overpay in 'I
$ 815 81
, 142 93
, 39 63
, 47 32
, 1,900 00
, 117 40
s It 13
Balance In treasury
Henry Blum, Collector
County Treasurer ,
Borrowed money $ 250 00
Accounts presented 175
Surplus of resources , 640 79
we. the underalaned Auditors nfTIo
neala Township, hereby certify that we
bave examined tbe foregoing accounts
and found tbe aame to be correct aaatated.
A. 8. Mbaly, 1 ..,,
11. O. Blochkb. Audltor-
Attest: m. A. tABniMORR, Clerk.
J. L. Heplor
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Whkrear, The Hon. W. D. Hinckley,
President Judge of the Court of Common
Fleas and Quarter Sessions In and for
the county of Forest, hns issued his pre
cept for holding a Court of Common Pleas.
Quarter Houmous of tbe Peace, Orphans'
Court, Oyer and Terminer and General
Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the
County of Forest, to commence on
the Third Monday of February, being
the loth day of February, 1914. No
tice is therefore given to the Cor
oner, Justices of the Peace and Con
stables of said county, that they be then
and there iu their proper persona at ten
o'clock A. M., ot aaid day with their
records, inquisitions, examination, and
other remembrances, to do those tilings
which to their otllce appertain to be done,
and to those who are bound in recognizance
to prosecute against the prisoners that are
or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that
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. 1914.
W. H. HOOD, L.S. Sheriff.
List of causes set down for trial lu the
Court of Common Pleas of Forest County,
Pennsylvania, commencing ou the
Third Monday of tebruary, 1914:
1. J. L Kuhns vs. Urteuwood OH and
Gaa Company, a corporation, Nn. 30, Feb
ruary term,' 1913. Summons iu ej-ot-oient.
2. E. L Chapman vs. L.'W. Dana, No.
23, May term, 1913, (Summons iu tres
pass. 8. Jennie K. Patteisnn, Ethel Patter
son, J. E. Chileater, uuardian of Howard
Patterson, a minor child of M. V. Patter
son, deceased, vs. II A. Neuland, No. 19,
September term, 1913. Summons in as
sumpsit. 4 Lewis R. Brenusn vs. T. D. Collins.
F, X. Krelller, F. K. Brown, No. 6,
September term, 1913. Summons in
Attest, S. R. MAXWELL,
Tionesta, Pa., January 19, 1914.
Notice ia hereby given that the follow
ing accounts have been filed In my otllce
and will be presented al the next term of
Court, beginning on tbe Third Monday
of February, 1914, fur continuation t
Second trlrnnial account cf Lewis II.
Mensch, guardian of Flenor M. Mi-rcd-liott,
minor child of Daisy Iola Mereil
liott, late of Jenks Township, Forest
County, Pennsylvania, deceased.
First aud Dual account of Emma 8.
Pierce, administratrix of the estate of
Joseph B, Pierce, late of Tionesta Bor
ough, Forest Couuty, Pennsylvania, de
ceaed. Final account of J, E. Chitesler, guar
dian of Howard Patteraon,
First and final account of Tabitba Bate
man, administratrix of the estate of A.
M. Van Honr, late of Howe Township,
Forest County, Pennsylvanis. decessed.
8. R. MAXWELL,
Clerk of Orphans' Court.
Tionesta, Pa., January 19, 1914.
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