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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
J. C. wink, Editor 4 Pnomirroii.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1914
1914 MARCH 1914
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Thk drain of Mr. Benton appear! tn
have been due to what Bill Nye would
have called suicide In tbe aecond decree.
In Arizona It could be com milled by
calling au Influential citizen a liar.
Thk Tltudvllle Herald offers tbe sea
sonable suggestion that England abould
go a little farther, now tbat tbe Panama
matter la up for action. Sue abould in
sist tbat tbe defences of tbe caual be lim
ited to single-barrel, muzzle loadiug abot
Th r presence of so many battle sbipa
in tbe barbor at Vera Crui may obstruct
the view of Special Envoy Lind, but it
will not Interfere witb bia observations
in a conversational sense. By tbe way,
wbat the dickens b is become of tbat man
Ik you are not already enrolled in tbe
political party lo wbnae piiinary you
wisb to participate on May !!, remember
tbat today, Wednesday, March 18, is tbe
last day lor eurollment, and that tbe as
sessors will be at tbe several polling
plsce throughout tbe county to add or
make w hatever changes tbe voters may
desire. Each voter must attend to tbe
matter in person, so don't put it od.
Says tbe Harrlsburg Telegraph: "In
asmucb as the next legislsture will bave
few purely political matters to worry
about, tbe election of a United States
aena'or being disposed of in tbe genera)
election next November, tbe choice of
legislators la g lng to rest almost entirely
upon their fitness tn legislste rather than
upon political considerations. For this
reason aspirants for tbe legislature will
not be able to avoid committing them
selves up"n a number of propositions
which are certain to be tbresbed out
during the suasion of 1015, notably
woman suffrage and local option."
Thk engagement of Miss Eleanor Ran
dolph Wilson, youngest daughter of
President Wilton, to William Qibbs Me
Adoo, (Secretary of tbe Treasury in Mr.
Wilson's cabinet, has been announced.
The bridegroom to-tie, although young
in appearance and sprightly of foot, is said
to be one of Wasbington'a best dancers,
and is 20 years older than tbe girl be la
to marry. He baa been a widower for
several years, is the father of six chil
dren and the grandfather of two. An
unusual situation will arise when Miss
Wilson marries the secretary. At the age
of 24 abe will be a wife, step mother,
step-grandmother and mother-in-law.
Martin O. Brumbauub, superintend
entof schools in Philadelphia, baa form
ally announced bia candidacy for tbe Re
publican nomination for Governor at tbe
May primaries. His announcement was
made, be declares, "in response to the call
of the 'borne lolka' in tuy native county,
Huntingdon, aud in answer to the re
quests of thousands of otber good citi
zens." He further declares tbat "I bave
do entangling alliances of any sort. I am
under no promise, no agreement, made
or implied. I shall never be a psrty to
any such thing." Since tbe withdrawal
of Speaker Alter from tbe field of possible
candidates, it is believed tbat Mr, Brum
baugh will be unopposed for the Repub
lican nomination. '
A mkktinq of tbe representatives of
tbe Democratic psrty In Venango, Mercer,
Warren and Elk counties, which, witb
Forest, comprise the 28th Congressional
district, was held in Oil City on Friday to
discuss candidates for Congress, and, ac
cording to tbe Derrick, everything was
Dot harmonious. It appeara tbat tbe
Mercer county delegation, which was
quite large, came prepared to put through
an endorsement of William Molutyre, of
Sharon, but this met opposition from
some of those from tbe caber couotlss.
A resolution introduced by Emile Koos,
providing for a meeting of county chair
men aud committeemen in Oil City on
Marcb 24tb for the purpose of deciding
upou a candidate for Congiess, was de
feated, and it was decided that tbe voters
should make their choice at tbe primaries
from tbe following: William Mclntyre,
of Sharon; William Hanson and William
J. Breene, of Oil City ; Captain Robert
Taggart, of Tidioute. Forest county hav
ing no representative at the meeting was
probably overlooked when tbe Invl'.ationa
were sent out, but the little county will
be expected to make good, no doubt,
when the band-picked candidates are vo
Lemuel Wolfe and wife celebrated their
golden wedding on the tenth inst.
J. II. Sbunk moved Mr. Stover back to
bis farm last Thursday.
Paris McCulloughof East Hickory as
sisted our pastor, Rev. (1. 8. Bryan, at tbe
Town Line church Sunday.
Mrs. Elinor .Smith of Warren is visit
ing friends on the Hill.
Clemer Wolf aud wife of New Ken
singten, Pa., are visiting old friends in
Ibis vl, 'lolly.
Miss Dorothy Nliunk, teacher of the
Iteaver Valley school, attended tbe reviv
al meetings at East Hickory last week.
Win. Hindmau has been hauling hay to
Kelletivllle for Mr. Karnes.
yorry to report Jell Barber on tbe sick
Mr. and Mrs. Wui. Emert and family
called on the latter's parents Sunday.
Elmer Berlin has moved back lo Eu
deavor. We are glad to say our teacher Is having
very good success witb her school.
Our friend John Zuendel was over the
li ill selling phosphate last week.
We bear Mr. Kerr is about to leave tbe
Hill, Sorry to lose one of our bet fami
Mrs. L. J. Catllo of Jefferson, Ohio,
was tbe guest of ber mother-in-law, Mrs.
Mary Tobey, several days during tbe
Mr. and Mra. M. F. Catlin were down
from Minister and spent tbe day witb
Mr. and Mra. Chae. Pope, Monday.
Andrew Spangler moved bia family to
rour Mile camp, where tbey wilt look
after tbe boarding bouse for the present.
Win. Burdick moved out of tbe boarding
bouse on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mra. W. L. Watson, Mr. and
Mra. Jnbn Sllzle, Mr. and Mra. E. Bab-
cock and son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. J
Urove and Mesdames Lyle, Paul aud
Flynn attended tbe golden wedding of
Mr. and Mra. Lemuel Wolfe on Whig
Hill, Tuesday. All report good time
snd lota of good ents. Of course Mr
Watson was somewhat disappointed
when be was gallantly escorting tbe bride
of fifty years to the table to bave the
missiog bridegroom appear and atep into
Twenty-two of tbe ladies of tbe Help
ing Hand Bible Class took aleigbr'de
Tuesday evening and attended revival
meeting services at tbe Nebraska cburcb.
Rev. and Mrs. Smallenberger drove down
In tbe afternoon. Tbe rest all being
small women were able to go down In
oue load. It waa an Ideal night, tbe
sleighing waa fine, and all enjoyed tbe
ride aa well as tbe services.
Cbarlea Ray was op from Fern City
and spent a portion of tbe week witb bis
brother, J. F. Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. II. Harrison were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Blum Tues
day, driving up from Tlonesta.
Vinton Mealy went to Clarion county
Wednesday lo meet bis wife and coil
dren, who were returniag from a week'e
Tbe boys bave been having considera
ble sport for tbe last week flying kites.
Tbey bave been quite successful, as the
kites slay op in the air almost like
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Artier entertained
a lew of their friends, known among
themselves aa tbe "silent six" and tbeir
families, at a luncheon Wednesday eve
ning In honor of the latter'a sister, Mrs.
Ludwig. who is ber bouse guest.
Mrs. Clyde Weiser entertained ber
mother, Mr. Hoover, tbe past week.
Olive Wolfe returned from Buffalo
Tbursdsy and is getting things ready to
go to housekeeping and make a display
of her new goods. Everybody isanxioua
to know wbst those huge boxes contain.
Two of tbe workmen from Coleman's
mill brought the log engine up Wednes
day for repairs, returning borne again on
Saturday. Harry ents, one of the work
men, took this opportunity to visit bis
aunts, Mrs. Wade Simpson and Mrs.
Vivian Digle left Saturday for Ashta
bula, Ohio, where abe expects to make
her borne with ber aunt fur tbe present.
Martin Frill was op from Lickingville
Friday, bringing thirteen pigs for tbe
Salmon Creek meat market. Friday,
13tb, IS pigs. Nothing in signs. Doo't
be afraid to eat them.
James Flynn, Marjorle Nash, Clare
Stnathera and Esther Smallenberger
drove to Nebraska Saturday evening.
R. W. Wbitehill was at Truemana dur
ing tbe week taking Invoice. Thursday
being bis birthday bis wife went up and
spent the day witb bia mother, where be
was at borne during bia stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Price were called
to Garland during tbe week by tbe death
of tbe former a sister and tbe illness of
tbe latter'a mother.
A new piano was placed in the high
school during tbe week, purchased with
tbe proceeds of tbe lecture course. Tbe
piano was purchased from F. E. Harkleea
and makes tbe second one he bas placed
since taking tbe agency a few months
W. L. Watson and Dewey Detar were
Tlonesta visitors Friday.
Ray Detar came op from Fryburg with
nndertaker Fowler, Friday, and re
mained over, going back with tbe funeral
A well waa completed up tbe branch
Thursday wblcb will make a small gas
ser. Mrs. Saltsglver, who is visiting ber
daughter, Mrs, E. K. Daubenspeck, baa
been on tbe sick list for the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kinch were called
to Fryburg Sunday to attend tbe funeral
of a relative.
At tbe devolional meeting of the league
service Sundsy evening eleven new
members were secured, which makes
twenty-seven members added tbua far
Mrs. Ralph Bailey aud two children of
Youngstowo, Ohio, are guests of Mrs.
James Smitb this week,
Mr. and Mra. Ernest Fitzgerald and
daughter were up from Nebraska Sun
day as guests of the former's brother,
William. His mother and Ernest's two
boys came 00 Friday and stayed over.
Rev. II. Smallenberger attended tbe
funoral of Mrs. Detar at Fryburg, Sun
day. F. V. Hendricksoo filled bis ap
pointment during bia absence.
F. V. Ilendrickson and Alvio Saliadn
conducted services at Mayburg Sunday
Harry Smith of Mayburg spent Sun
day with tbe Dunkle family.
Cbas. Daubenspeck returned from bia
vistt the last of tbe week.
Basket Ball At Clarington.
The Sigcl Independents journeyed down
to Clurington, Friday nit;lit, March 13, to
meet the local high school team ami were
defeated 21-9. The game was exciting from
start to finish. The locals outplayed tiieir
opponents in every department of tlio
game. The Sigel hoys were confident of
victory and set a pace hut could not hold
it. Both teams started witli a rush at the
sound of the whistle. At the end of the
first half the score was 10-2 in favor of the
locals. The features of the game was the
goal shooting of J. lleasley and gnurding
and passing of his teammates. The locals
would like to schedule a game or two with
Kellettville high school 1n order to redeem
themselves. The locals hail a crippled
team when the K. II. S. were here but they
are now prepared to meet any high school
in the county. The line up:
C. H. S
Rover for L. Davis. Field
goals, J.HeasUyl), Henderson 2. Cyphert
2. Foul goals, L. Davie f, J. Ileaslev 1,
Henderson 1, Rensil 4, Cvphert 1. Beferee,
Davis. Time of halves, 20 cuinutee.
CUM IS LOST Ah'D WON.
Clarington H. S 29 Sicrel 10
Clarington H. 8 1!) Sigel 13
Clarington H. 8 2.5 Sigel 17
Clarington H. 8. ...!! Sigel 0
Clarington H. 6 17 Kellettville 32
1.arini:tnn H. S 6 Clarion 38
ClarlBttrsB. H. f "i fUnon 7 I
A number of tbe people of this place
were pleased to witness tbe eclipse of tbe
moon Wednesday night.
Thomas Kolgbt bas been confined to
his borne for a few days on account of a
Mra. Ueor Slepsrd and daughter
Opal were Warren shoppers Saturday.
Mra. John Davis is seriously ill with
Mrs. Mike Carroll of this place re
ceived a telegram that ber daughter waa
very ill, also tbat be (her daughter) waa
on ber way home.
Helen Desboer, while playing on tbe
school ground Friday aflernoou, fell Irooj
a fence and hurt ber left shoulder.
L. D, Smith bsd the misfortune to run
a nail In bia foot. One of the Italiana re
ceived tbe same Injury.
A number of the ladies of this town
visited at tbe home of Mrs. Alfred Carl
son, Friday afternoon. Before leaving a
fine luncheon was served by tbe latter,
wblcb consisted of many dainties.
F. K. Brown, wbo apends quite a bit
of the winter In Clarion, ia back at this
place aeeing to business.
Mrs. Henry Stskeiy spent tbe after
noon with Mrs. Wm. Deshner, Thursday.
Tbe Misses Tressa Ilendrickson and
Lottie Desboer attended preaching In tbe
F. M, church at Kellettville, Wednesday
nigbt. Tbey were tbe gu.sts of Mr. and
Mrs. John Blum over night.
Mrs. Cbas. Urant bas been sick with a
bad cold for a few days,
Dewey McMartin waa a Sheffield shop
Tbe aad news reached this place Friday
morning of tbe death of Mrs. Wm. Detar
of Kellettville. Tbe people nf this place
were shocked, as tbe death occurred so
Rev. Henry Smallenberger aod daugh
ter Esther of Kellettville attended tbe
prayermeeting beld In tbe M. E. church
Mrs. Fitzgersld and ber two grandsons,
Arthur and Russell, of Nebraska, were
guests of tbe former's daughter, Mra. U.
F. Walters, tbe letter part of tbe week.
Prof. Terrill Visited old friends in Kel
lettville Frldsy nigbt and Saturday fore
noon, returning to this place Saturday p.
m. on the 1:45 tralu.
I wonder what tbe attraction Is in this
place for some of tbe Newtown peoplt?
Call again; yon will be welcomed any
Mra. S. D. Cook waa a Kellettville
Mrs. Thomas Plyler aod children of
Halltoo are guests of Mr. and Mra. Frank
Plyler for a few days.
Some people are disappointed when
tbey bave planned for a sleigh ride and
then can't go, while others take such
things in fun, although tbe people wbo
are disappointed should certainly bave
some sympathy, "because it was too
Mrs. Kifer of Scotch Hill Is visiting her
son, Emerson, of this place. She expects
to leave for Frewaburg in a short time to
visit her other aun, Harry, and family.
Mrs. John McMartin was tbe guest of
her psrenls at Glen Hazel for a few daya,
Miss Hazel Copeland, a aludent In tbe
Kellettville high school, waa a guoat ol
Misa Edna Smitb over Sunday.
James Babb visited bis brother Clifford
and family at Truemans, Saturday, re
turning with bis grip Sundsy. He looked
like a "Weary Willie," but was only one
of the schoolmates.
A number of tbe young boys of this
place were entertained Saturday night at
the Ross home. All bad an enjoyable
Miss Tressa Hendrickson entertained a
number of her young friends Saturday
evening, among whom waa ber brother
Ernest, wbo served ice cream and cake,
seasoned witb bis old time jokes and
laughter. While other people thought
tbe weather was getting quite warm, the
old-time game of "freeze out" waa
played, but tbe Newtown people bave tbe
staying qualitiea. Those present from
this town were, Miss Gertrude Antico,
E. E. Hendrickson, Margaret Framploo,
Warren Cook and Mary Antico, Tbe
out-of-town guest was Warren Jones and
tbe outdoor guest was Dewey Carpenter,
Returning at a very late hour tbey all
reported a good time and are anxious to
Mrs. A. M. VanMarter is on tbe sick
Mr. and Mra. Edward Campbell were
guests of relatives at Grand Valley over
A. U. Hunter, our jolly conductor on
theS. A T. railroad, has left for Pitta
burgh aod otber cities, where he will
spend bia annual vacation.
E. E. Hendrickson left for Norwich,
Pa., Monday morning, wbere be expects
to eugage In work. Sorry to have you
leave us, but tbe old saying Is, "I can't
always be with you."
Clair Smothers attended church at Kel
lettville Sunday evening.
Mrs. Jones was at Porkey Friday to meet
her music class.
Mrs. Harry Rudolph, who has been quite
sick for the past week, is improving slowly.
Florence Paul was down off the hill to
attend prayer meeting Thursday evening.
Mrs. Win. Blauser visited Mrs. Osgood at
Wheeler's Camp, Thursday.
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs.
lllauser attended church at Nebraska,
Tuesday evening, going down with a load
of Kellettville ladies.
Eva Osgood visited the Misses Frances
and Margie Blauser over the Sabbath.
Warren Jones Jr. and Dewey Carpenter
spent Saturday evening at Mayburg.
The Misses Hazel and Florence Carpenter
attended church at Nebraska Friday night.
John Carpenter, who has been making
frequent trips to Hickory for some time,
will in future go to Warren, we understand.
C. M. Coy has been suffering from a dis
located knuckle. Having been attacked by
a furious animal in the barn, and having
nothing at hand to defend himself, lie hit
the aniimtl with his fist.
Miss Ha.el Carpenter, after waiting for
sonic time at the kellettville depot for the
train, inquired how late the train was and
found to lier amazement that it had cone
some tune neiore.
Miss Uuldah Coy expects to start for
Brother Alvin Sallade was down in Rev.
Sruallenbcrger's place Sunday and deliv
ered a very fine sermon.
Margie Blauser and Goldia Smith, vers
Kellettville visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Freelove and son
Ashhell of Ross run, visited Mrs. i'.'t sis
ter, Mrs. Carpenter.
We understand that Glenn Bhaw says
that it was a mistake in him being at New
town, Thursday evening. I am sorry if I
muds a mistake, as it was hearsay to me.
0Mj Klsiuur. Ptiirolcv
irifoy 01 iiciinuw ciMeu, on Mr,
At tbe school meeting at Blue Jay,
Saturday, a petition waa aent to tbe board
by the patrons of this school asking that
me uuaru move luesouuol building to a
safe location and action 00 tbe same will
be taken at once. This will uiaka us feel
better and be better accommodations for
tbe pupils wbo attend our school. We
will have a school for some time here by
the general outlook, aa we bave a orowd
ot youngsters who sre growing up lo tbe
Mrs. J. W. Dunkle Is entertslnlng her
sister from Jamestown, wbo will remain
wlib ber for a lew weeks yet. Mrs. Duu
kle was very sick last week but ia better
at Ibis writing.
F. A. Minefield aud Purer Jordon
bave begun cutting chemical wood for
the big plant at Mayburg and are doing
well, but they don't expect to Keep tbe
woraa supplied as 11 uses laicoraaa aay
Sam Lotmugh was a visitor with friends
In town Wednesday, and plsyed for a
pleassot dance at Miller's Mill Tbursdsy
evening, they report a nice time, with no
Mrs. John Thornton and Mrs. Bert
8'iafferor .Sheriff drove to Kellettville
Wednesday to visit friends, also In enjoy
a sleignrlde before tbe snow was gone.
James Welsh, Jr., and Geo. Welsh, ol
W. Virgiuia, snd James MoMicbael ol
Sheffield, were guests nf James Welsh,
at Bslltown Wednesdsv of last week.
Tbe Welsh boys are drilling in tbe above
On Wednesday last tbe gas suddenly
winked out, being frozen up, and after a
bsrd tramp D. W. Downey located it st
tbe lop of the mountsin near the large
rocks. We bave bad gas all winter and
are not prepared lo burn wood ao we miss
it pretty bad wben It is gone.
Mr, snd Mrs. K. W. Whitshill of Kel
lettville were guests of tbe Wbitehill
family here last week, while tbe stock at
the Fools Creek Store was Invoiced.
Emery Decker of Whig Hill was In
town aod speut tbe night with Wm.
Heaaley at Minister, and upon his return
Thursday morning be bad lSoftbeacbool
children on his sled, bringing tbem to
school. It was a treat for tbe youngsters,
you can gamble.
ueo. Downing of Tiona was again a vis
itor in our village Friday, to eel tbe sea
collection and otber business for tbe t
Peon Oil Co. Next will be our rent for
ground, but ss the gaa bills) are a thing of
toe past maybe we can gather un this
small amount easily.
1 wo lellows were love-makins uo
Pious avenue last week snd left tbat
stieet at an early hour. There are attrac
tions eveu 11 we do live away out bank of
some wbere aud bave tbe ssme feelings
as otber human beings. Seems as if
every one here loves bis neighbor (to a
certain extent at least).
Mrs. J. C. Black look ber youngest
daughter to Sheffield Tbursdsy and bsd
ber tonsils attended lo, returning Satur
day evening. Tbe child ia doing flneand
ill be all right in a short time.
Several of our young people attended
the 81. Patrick's dance given at Russell
CUy Friday evening, and report as ususl
a fine time. We sre pleased lo bear that
this place is keeping up all these years
tne good reputation 1 started witb seveial
Mrs. M. r. Cstlin weut to Cblcora last
eek lo visit ber dsuebter. Mrs. Dr.
Davis, wbo moved from Kelletivllle ome
Mrs. Mike Murphy, wbo was alck at
our last writing, is again able to be about.
Wednesday evening a li tol tbe children
walled for tbe eclipse and were rewarded
witb a fine view as tbe nigbt was very
clear and the moon was uuobecured by
clouds. One Utile girl missed it. hsving
gone asleep before tbe spot, as she called
it, got on the moon. Upon arising in tbe
morning she went to tbe window lo see
ibe moon, but it was tbe sun. We will
again be ready for tbe eclipse of Aug. 21,
of tbia yesr.
Mrs. B. T. Downey called on the Bren
nan family Sunday and partook of tbe
tine cookery of Mrs. B., and had a fine
California Iriends want ns to be present
every week In these columns and we so
desire to be there. Otber pieces are be
ginning to show an interest and we hope
to see more news from other plaoea aa
"weel as Parkey."
Sunday School Work In This District.
Tbe American Sunday School Union.
established tn 1824, having for its object
tbe organization, equipment aud main
taining of Sunday schools in out of the
way places, snd to visit borne with tbe
christian message wbere there are no
churches or religious services, bas at
present about two hundred missionaries
at work throughout the United States,
Ibis society has had a missionary in
Warren and Forest counties for over
twelve years. For tbe past five years tbe
wort; 10 tne anove named counties bss
been in charge of Frank A. Kebrll, of
warren, fa., wbo reports tbe following
amount of work accomplished for tbe
year ending March 1st, 1914:
No. of Sundsy Schools opened 13
No. of Sundsy Schools reorganized
No Sunday Schools visited and aided.. 77
Home Departments organized 6
Prayer meetings established 3
Bibles distributed 72
Testaments distributed., 232
Teatsments and Hymns distributed 110
over iuu gospel services were beld,
mostly In school houses, resulting in 81
Deafness Cannot Be Cures'
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of tbe Eu
stachian Tube. When this tube gets in
flamed you bave a rumbling sound or
imperlect bearing, and when it is entire
ly closed deamess is the result, and un
less the inflamation can be taken out and
this lube restored lo its normal condition
hearing will be destroyed forever j nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case ol Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY fe CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 76.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Retail Prices at Lanson Bros.' Mills.
Pure Mixed Grain $1 75 Cwt
Pure Home Ground Corn and
and O.its Chop $1.4,5 0wt
Pure Home Ground Corn Meal... jl 40 cwt
Wheat Middlings 91.70 owl
Winter Bran f 60 cwt
Old Process Oil Meal f 85owt
Buckwheat Middlings l 60 cwt
Oyster Shells and Mica Grit 90 cwt
Shelled Corn ; 75 bu
White Oats P5 bu
Best Timothy Seed $3.75 bu
Best Clover Seed, Medium and
Mammoth $1100 bu
Pure Spring Wheat Flour, Suc
cess $1.60 sk
Pure Spring Wheal Flour, Occi
dent $1.50 sk
Golden Blend Wheat Flour $1.30 sk
Pure Buckwheat Flour $3 00 cwt
Baled Hay $18 00 ton
Baled Straw $13 00 ton
mtshurgb Lump Coal S3 75 Ion
Hesl Hlaoksinitb Coal $f50 ton
Phosphate from $13 00 lo $.10 00 ton
White Agricultural Lime 17.50 Ion
Best Buffalo Paragon Wall
Plaster mn.no ton
Blatchrord's Calf Meal, 2dth sk ...$l 00 sk
Good Amber Gas Engine Oil 25 gal
Best Crescent Portland Cement. ..$1.70 bbl
adv Lanroh Bros.
Recommends Chamberlain's Cough
"I take pleasure In recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I bave confidence in it,
I find that they are pleased witb it and
oall for it when again In need of snch a
medicine," writes J. W, Sexson, Monte
vallo, Mo. For sale by sll dealers, adv.
Cheer Up !
Spring is coming on
the 21st the Almanac
Another proof- a man
in Venango County saw
a robin a few days ago.
We saw some mighty
good looking wash ma
terials crepes, ratines,
ginghams and -bought
them, They are here
Also white embroid
ered flouncings for skirts
-45 inches wide, at 50
cents, 75 cents, $1.00
G. W. ROBINSON & SON
To the Housewife.
Madam, if your husband is like most
men he expects you to look after tbe
health of yourself and children. Coughs
and colds are tbe moat common of Ibe
minor aiimeola and are most likely lo
lead to serloue diseases, A ohlld Is much
more likely to contract diphtheria or scar
let fever wben It bas a cold. If you will
Inquire Into the merits of Ibe various
remedies tbat are recommended for
coughs and oolds, you will find tbat
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands
high in tbe estimation of people wbo use
it. It Is prompt and effectual, pleasaut
and safe to take, which are qualitiea es
pecially to be desired wben a medicine la
intended for children. For sale by all
Of Spring Primary.
In pursuance of the requirements of an
Aot of Ibe General Assembly of tbe
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, enti
tled "An Aot regulating certain political
parties, providing for and regulating tbe
nomination of candidates nf such politi
cal parlies for certain poblio ofUees, tbe
election of delegates and alternate dele
gates tn National party conventions, and
of certain party officers, Including Slate
Committeemen, Ac.," approved the
twelfth dsy of July, 1913, ibe County
Commissioners of Forest County hereby
give notice that at the Spring Primary, lo
oe nem on tne
Third Tuesday of May Next, Being the
19th Day of May, 1914,
and in accordance with Ihe provisions of
section of toe above mentioned Aot,
nominationa are lo ba mails hv the
eral political parlies entitled to make
nomination thereat, of candidates for the
United Stales Senator,
Secretary of Internal Affairs.
Judge of the Supreme Court.
Judge nf Ibe Superior Court.
Four Representatives In Congress-at
One Representative in Congress (2Mb
One Senator in Ihe General Assembly
One Representative In tbe General As
There Is to be elected at tbe Spring
rrimary election, oy ea n political party,
one member of the State Committee.
And notice Is also hereby given tbat at
saio. rrimary party omcers will be elect
ed as follows:
Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer of
tbe Democratic County Committee, and
two committeemen for each of Ibe Eleo
tion Districts In tbe County.
Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer nf
me socialist County Committee, and one
unmmitteeman tor each or tbe Election
Districts In tbe County.
One Republicsn Committeeman for
each of the Election Districts in tbe
Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer of
tne rroutbitlon county Committee, and
one committeeman for each of tbe Eleo
tion Districts in the County.
W. H. Harrison,
J. C. Scowdkm,
H. H. McClkli.au.
Attest H. M. HKKRY, Clerk.
Tinnesla, Pa., March 18, 19H.
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A baaar of daintiness fea
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Embroidered Crepes, those
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Cotton Voiles, also in the
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pear in many beautiful new j
patternj both in imported and I
fine domestic makes.' Price per I
yard 25c, 35c and 50c.
Ratings and Eponges const!- I
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Price per yard 50c to $4.00.
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plain colors and printed effects
plain weaves and novelty broken
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Paper Towel Rolls
1800 Towels, 12 Kolls
with White Enameled
Towel Hack, $4.00.'
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The Landau Roadster,
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