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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
i. C. WINK,
Editor 4 Psossictor.
WEDNKSDAY, SKPTFMBEK 23. 1914
Iti:ri IILK i TICKET.
U. S. Senator-Hole Penrose.
Governor -Martin O. Brumbaugh.
Lieut. Governor -Frank B. McClaln.
Sec'y Internal Affain-Hmiry Hourk.
Oongress-at-Large-T. 8. Craun, M. H.
Uarland, D. K. Lafean, J. K. K. Scott.
Congress Samuel II. Miller.
State Senator-3oHh Howard.
AaembyK. R. MechllnR.
Supreme Court -Robert 8. Krazer, George
Superior Court-Frank M.Trexler, James
Thk Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph
suggests that the substitution of Vance
McCormick for Dean Lewis on the Wash
Ington party ticket waa a shrewd bust
uess deal on the part of William Fllnn to
substitute McCormick for Flinn as the
chief financial backer of the Washington
Thk war, which baa brought a new tax
upon us, the pressure of public buaineaa,
disturbed trade conditions and important
trade opportunities did not prevent the
President from taking members ol bia
cabinet away from tbeir duties and send
ing tbem to make political speeches in
the Maine congressional campaign. Aud
then the Republicans elected three out of
the four congressmen.
Whkrkvkb Dr. Martin G. Brumbaugh
the report of the Corresponding Secre
tary, which showed an Increase of oyer
100 members aince the last convention.
The election of otucers wss then held,
with one exception all those In ollioe be
Wednesday afternoon a recitation ly
Mrs. Edith Murray, "Pelerat the Gate,"
waa well received. "Progress of 8uf.
frsge," by Mrs. Sharps, was a very full
and splendid resume of the movement in
every land up to the present lime. Round
Table, by Mra. Mechling, brought out
some bright thoughts by those wbo took
part. Committee on place read Invita
tions from Nebraska and Marienvllle,
that of the latter place being accepted,
Wednesday evening crowded houae
greeted the speakers. Miss Sophia Mecb
ling reolted one of the best short tem
perance selections we have ever listened
too, and right here we would bay that
ClariDgton seems to have an unusual
number of young folks wbo can sing and
speak In public. Other towna bad better
sit up and take notice, for we expect to
have some Medal contests this year. Mrr,
Parsels' second lecture wss on the same
line as the previous evening. In all ber
appeal for pledge signers and Dew mem
bers resulted In 35 responding. The col
lections were fine, amounting to someth
ing over f3J 00. The names of Ollloers
and Superintendents are given below.
Delegates to State Convention at Oil City,
Oct. 2 7, will be announced later on.
Ida E. Small, Seo.
President, Mrs. Myrla Ilullng, Tio
nesta; Vice President Mrs. Orion Slgglns,
West Hickory; Corresponding Secretary.
Mrs. Ida E. Small, Nebraska; Recording
Sevetary, Mra. Edith Murray, Gilfoyle;
Treasurer, Mrs. Augusta Kelly, TionesU.
Branch Secretaries. Young People's
Branch, Mrs. N. P. Wheeler, Jr., En-
deavnr; Loyal Temperance Legion, Mra.
Kate Guentber, Kellettrille; Temperance
appears on tbeetumn be impresses ever?- asieuuet
body with bis sturdy honesty, bis sincere Light Bearers, Mrs. Van Braden, Clar
devotion lotbecauseofgood government,
bia sympathy with the aspirations of tbe
people, bis strong convictions and bia
lofty Ideals. The State ia fortunate in
the possession of such men, and the Re
publican party baa every reason to be
proud of Its candidate for Governor.
Whkn former President Taft happened
to refer to himself as tbe "titular leader"
of the Republican party, tbe Democratic
papers made an awful bowl. They said
he should be President of tbe American
people rather than leader of a party.
President Wilson now calls himself "tbe
leader of a great party" and the same
editors applaud. Are there two standards
of political morals, one lor Republicans
aud r.ne for Democrats?
"A war tax is demanded in order to
cover the t-".3,000,000 River and Uarbor
pork barrel now being fought In the Sen
ate by Burton, Kenyon, Norria and two
or three others," Is tbe statement of Con
gressman James A. Frear of Wisconsin.
"Without the pork barrel the special war
tax might be avoided." The pork banel
Is only another name for plain public
stealing aud looting of tbe public trasu
ry. Whoever beard of levying a war tax
in time of peaceT Cut down the tariff to
free trade basis, then levy a "war tax"
to make up tbe deficit ! Great statesman
ship ! Great is Democracy I Turn in now,
ye that favor tbe plan, and elect more of
tbem to office. Then go down into your
pockets to pay tbe war tax, while tbe
high cost of living goes higher, wsges go
down and work grows scarcer. If that's
what you like, vote tbe Democratic ticket.
But we don't believe you like it.
W. C. T. U. Convention At Clarington.
Thia convention was one distinguished
for tbe spirit of love and courtesy tbat
prevailed at each session, not an lobar
mooloua note being struck tbe entire
time. "Tbe work and not tbe worker."
waa tbe dominant thought. This article
will be hut a briel resume of the pro
ceedings, trusting tbat each delegate will
enlarge aa she reports to tbe home union.
The opening session at 2 p. m. Tuesday,
Sept. 15th, found seven unions well rep
resented, Kellettville alone failing to an
swer at roll call. After tbe devotioual
exerclsea, Mra. Brewer, of Clarington,
read tbe address of welcome, which was
responded to as followa; By Mra. Geo. F.
Watson and Mra. Sule May Sharpe for
TionesU; Mra. Lyman Cook for Nebras
ka; Mrs. Orion Siggins for West Hickory;
Mrs. Jacob Yeagor for Endeavor; Mrs.
Sarah Murray for Gilfoyle, and Mra.
ueiie uean for Marienvllle. For zeal and
increased membership Forest county re
ceived as awards subscriptions of four
Union Signals and ten Pennsylvania
Slate Bulletins. They were given out aa
follows; For doubled membership, Clar
ington, Endeavor and Gilfoyle each
Union Signal; tbe county president a
Union Signal; tbe Bulletins go to each
union. Mra. Myrta Ilullng, tbe county
president, read her annual address, a
paper on the past year's work and an out
line for the future. Many good sugges
tions were given aud for thia excellent
address the convention gave their leader
rising vote of thanks. The report of
the county treasurer, Mrs. Kelly, showed
the organization In good financial condi
tion. A memorial servioo for those wbo
have left waa bold as tbe closing of tbe
first esslon. Mrs. Orion Siggins read the
memoir for tbe late national president,
Mrs. Stevens; Mrs. Geo. Watson that for
Mr. Reuben Moon; Mra. Lottie Knopp for
Mra. Carrie Carson; Mrs. Cook for Mr. T.
D. Collins and Mra. Nettie Imboff. Clar
ington also bad memorials for Mrs.
Aguew, Mrs. Krazer, Mrs. Hillard and
Mra. Maze, all lalthful members of tbe
W. C. T. U.
The Tuesday evening session found a
full bouse ready lo he entertained. The
Bolo by little Miss Christine Heasley aud
the readings by Miss Flossie Braden weie
bl unusual merit and elicited hearty ap
plause. Mrs. Parsels was then intro
duced and gave a masterly address, her
subject being "The early temperance
movement and the value of a boy," She
asked the young men to take the front
seats and led by the high sohool teacher,
Mr. Charlea White, a score of them re
sponded and gave her close attention.
Any one listening to Mrs. Parsels cannot
fail to have a Dew vision as to the great
possibilities of the American boy and
girl and wish to protect them from evil
in all its forms.
Wednesday forenoon reports of super
intendents were taken up. ' They were all
excellent and deserve special mention
but we must not try tbe patience of our
friends, the editors, loo far, ao we pass out
Superintendents. Mother's Meetings,
Mrs. N. I'. Wheeler, Sr., Endeavor;
Evangellslio, Mrs. Geo. F. Watson, Tio
nesta; Anil Narcotics, Mrs. Nettle Adams,
Tionests; Soientltio Temperance instruc
tion, Mrs. J. E. Wenk Tlonesta; Prisona
and Jails, Mrs. Clara Caiaoo, Tlonesta;
Suffrage, Mrs. Martha Deriekson, Tio
nests; Health and Heredity, Mrs. Sarah
Hsgerty, Tlonesta; Mercy, Mrs. Mary
Bassett, Endeavor; Work Among Lum
bermen, Mrs. Marjory lieatty, Endeavor;
Soldiers and Sailors, Mra. Jacob Yeager,
Endeavor; Purity, Mrs. Sule May Sbarpe,
Tioocsta; Legislative, Mrs. A. R. Mech
ling, Clarington; Press, Mrs. Williams,
Clarington; Social Work, Mrs. Cora
Jones, Kellettville; Peace, Mrs. Lyman
Cook, Nebraska; Flower Mission, Mrs.
Minnie Brewer, Clarington; Sabbath Ob
servance, Mrs. Lilly Heasley, Clarington;
Medal Contests, Mrs. Everal 8. Collins,
Nebraska; Union Signal and Bulletin
Agent, Mrs. Ellen B. Catlin, Kellettville;
Work Among Foreign People, Mra. Leon
Watson, Kellettville; Medical Temper
ance, Mra. Belle Dean, Marienvllle; Par
llmentary Law; Mrs. Orion Siggins, West
Hickory; R. R, Employes, Mrs. 8. H.
Secor, Nebraska; Sunday School, Mrr,
Ida 8lgwortb, Gilfoyle; Temperame
Literature, Mra. Savllla Shlpe, Marien
vllle; Co Operation With Missionary So
cieties, Mrs. Marie B. Klinestiver, Ne
We, tbe woman's Christian Temper
ance Union of Forest County assembled,
do gratefully acknowledge the guidance
ol Our Heavenly Father for the progress
we have made during tbe past year.
Whereas, We believe In total abstinence
Irom all Intoxicating liquors aa the only
safe rule to follow, we rejoice tbat each
year tbe business world gives testimony
to tbe injurious effects of alcobollo bever
ages on workmen by requiring total ab
stinence of tbeir employes.
Resolved, That we keep our faces
steadfastly toward tbe goal of state-wide
prohibition and will endeavor in every
legitimate way to educate aud agitate un
til we succeed.
Resolved, That we make tbe succeed
ing six years, a period of aggressive work
through every channel, cburoh, Sabbath
school, public school, young peoples' so
cieties, and all our meetings preparatory
to a campaign for national prohibition In
Whereas, We realize that tbe saloon ex
ists only where the church of CbriBt ia
Resolved, Tbat we call upon all good
men In every party to place in nomina
tion for all olficea only such men as are
in sympathy with theouward movement
for national prohibition.
Besolved, That we urge tbat all chris
tian people, refuse lo support any candi
date for the high office of judge who is
not in sympathy with tbe temperance
movement and opposed to tbe licensing
of saloons and vice or ain in any form.
Resolved, Tbat we deplore tbe incroaa
log desecration of tbe Lord's Day, and
tuBt we strive to create publio sentiment
on this subject; we will place Sabbath ob
servance literature in our Sabbath
schools, and that our boya and girls may
be taught a reverance for the day.
Whereas, we believe In tbe ballot for
women on equal terms with men,
Resolved, That we rejoice over tbe
passage of the woman's Suffrage amend
ment and tbat we continue to work in
this department until the general election
Resolved, Tbat we extend a vote of
thanks to the No-license League of Tlo
nesta for tbe excellent work in helping to
remove tbe saloon from our county. Be
It therefore resolved, tbat we assist this
league in anything possible in their noble
Resolved, Tbat we express our grati
tude lo tbe members of the M. E. Church
for the use of their church, to the choir,
aud to all who have assisted in any way
to make thia convention a success.
Mrs. A .R. Mkchlinq
Mrs. Kditu Murray
Mrs, Jacoh Ykaokr
"I wa annoyed for over a year by at
tacks of acute Indigestion, followed by
constipation," writes Mrs. M. J. Galla
gher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried everything
that was recommended to me for this
complaint but nothing did me much good
until about four months ago I saw Cham
berlain's Tablets advertised and procured
a bottle of thera from our druggist. I
soon realized that I had gotten the right
thing lor they helped me at once. Since
taking two bottles of them I can eat
heartily without any bad effects." For
sale by all dealers. adv
-See "The Port of Doom" tonight.-ad
Lawrence Klinestiver of Sheffield spent
the week with his sister, Mrs, R. W.
Mr, and Mrs. Guy Hunter and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolfe attended
tbe funeral of their grandfather, Jonas
Shunk, at East Hickory, Wednesday.
Tbe W. C. T. U. held their first meet
Ing of tbe year at the home of M rs. Ruth
Wbiteblll on Wednesday afternoon.. Vtry
interesting work on the department of
mercy waa presented by Mrs. May Po
chey Mrs. Lizzie Graham read an artl
cle on the high school girl. Considerable
business waa transscted, among which
was tbe appointment of a committee 10
select certain line of work to fit in wltb
the program and run through tbe year.
It waa also decided to begin the meetings
promptly at 2:30 and to continue no
longer than 4 o'clock. Tbe naxt meeting
will be held at the home of Mra. Blanche
Mealey, 8epl. 30th. Those on the pro
gram for tbat date are Mrs. Sarah Gilles
pie, Mrs. Kate Barnes and Mrs. Blanche
Mra, .Minnie Sekins returned from
Warren Monday aud spent tbe week at
Reed Detar and Melvln Dotlerrer have
gone to Meadvllle, where tbey will enter
Allegheny College, tbe former as a fresh
man and Ibe latter as a senior.
Mrs. B. J. Day of Dunkirk la tbe guest
of Mr. and Mrs. U. S, Day, Mr. and Mra.
W. A. Kribbs, and other friends In town
mra. rranK Atnsier or Tlonesta was
tbe guest of ber sister-in-law, Mrs. W.
A. Kribbs, during tbe week.
A young eon of Mr. and Mrs. John
Wolfgang jumped on a twenty-penny
spike Friday evening and It entered bia
foot altiiost to tbe head. Prof. Howard
Gayley was there and removed tbe spike
and carried bim to the doctor'a ollioe.
Neither of tbe doctors being iu town, Dr.
Detar waa summoned from Newtown,
where be was making a edit. Tbe spike
being rusty made a very sore foot and be
baa suffered considerably, going In to con
vulsions on Saturday, but later reports
abow improvement. His grandparents
came Saturday and are with them.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Simpson attended
tbe funeral of tbeir uncle at Cookaburg,
Thursday. They brought Mrs. Snyder
and granddaughter, Iuia Snyder, borne
wltb tbem for a abort visit.
Mrs. John Silzle Is visiting friends at
Beaver Valley tbia week.
On Friday evening a number of tbe
friends of Rev. and Mrs. Henry Smalleo
bergerand family met at tbe parsonage
for a little friendly farewell. Fruit was
served and a very pleasant evening waa
spent. Tbe reverend gentleman being
sent elsewhere came aa a surprise to tbe
people. He and bis family leave many
friends who will wish tbem success and
happiness in their new borne. Rev. 8.
went to Cherry Creek Saturday to fill bis
appointments there. Tbey expeot lo
ship their goods on Thursday and will
leave for tbeir new borne this week.
Mrs. E. A. Babcock waa a visitor in
Mr. and Mrs. John Silzle and daughter,
tbe Misses Alma and Caroline Silzle and
Mr. Frank autoed up from Venus Satur
day and spent tbe day with the former's
brother, Wm. Silzle. Tbey also called
on Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Watson while in
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kincb and children
Ora and Amy, visited friends at Starr
One of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hark less'
tbree-months-old twins died Saturday
evening and waa buried at Licklngville
on Monday. Tbe other is quite poorly
and it is feared tbat It will not recover.
Mrs. Nettie Harrington is on the sick
list this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Spangler and
Henrietta Klfer were down from tbe
camp over Sunday.
Rev. and Mra. G, W. Fuller autoed up
from Sbippensvllle Saturday and were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Watson
while attending to the work of the charge
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zents and chil
dren of Tlonesta were guests of the for
mer's aunt, Mra. W. S. Simpson, Sunday
night, going over to Brookville in tbe
Simpson car on Monday.
Charlea Mlmm moved bia family to
Fisher Wednesday and Orval Albaugh
moved Into tbe house be vacated,
Mra. John Daubenspeck waa called to
her borne last week by tbe serious illness
of her father.
On Tuesday evening tbe fire whistle
called the town out to witness tbe de
struction of tbe borne ol Mr. and Mrs.
Asa Barnes. Tbe fire started iu tbe up
per story and tbe bouse was almost ready
to fall in before it waa noticed. It Is not
known how tbe fire originated. Nearly
all tbe household goods on the first floor
were saved but tbey lost everything on
the second floor, including all tbeir
olotbing. Tbey pitched a tent and are
living there until tbe company gets a
house built for tbem. They commenced
work on the new bouse this week.
Mrs. Frank Nash was down Frldav I
and took in the reception at tbe parson
age. She was tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs.
George Klinestiver while in town.
Mrs. Bernice Shlmmel and two sons,
Gerald and Plum.ner, and brother, Wal
ter Wilson, leave Thursday for California
to Join ber busband In tbe sunny land.
Cbas. Daubenspeck and F. E. Harkless
were business visitors in Tlonesta Tues
day, and CbarleB and F. V. Hendrickson
autoed to Sheffield Thuisday.
Eighteen of tbe members of Truman
Daubenspeck'a Sunday school class met
with bim Saturday afternoon and helped
him to celebrate bis tenth birthday. Hla
aunts, Mrs. J. Blyler and Mrs. 8. Wat
son, also attended and assisted in serving
the templing lunch which was provided.
Stewart Myera of Weal Virginia waa
tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson
during the week.
E. E. Daubenspeck baa been raising
tomatoes this year which he thinks are
some tomatoes. He gathered some from
the vines during tbe week which he
measured aud found one measuring lj
Inches and weighing one pound 9 ounces.
Mrs G. R. Johnson accompanied ber
daughter, Mrs. H. E. Murphy, who was
returning to ber home at Ridgway, as
far as Sheffield, Friday, and will remain
there for a short visit.
Mrs. M. Andrews left Thursday for
Tlonesta, where ahe will visit a short
time before going to ber home In Cleve
land. The people turned out In good numbers
and gave Mr. and Mrs. John Dauben
speck a rousing serenade wheo they re
turned from their weddiug trip, Tuesday.
F. A. Llttlefield left on Friday for
Spring Croek and was met there by bia
brother James, where the two brother
will build a new barn for tbeir grand
unole, Perry Stoddard.
Mrs. J. B. Llttlefield and children, of
Sheffield, are naests of relative In town
for a few days while Jamea la at Spring
Creek. James made ua a call Sunday,
spending tbe night wltb as.
Mrs. F. A. Llttlefield went to Irvine
ton.SatuWtiiy, where ahe will be met by
a party going to Tlonesta court. She will
be a witness in a case to be tried at court.
rred. Dnbson bad a visit from tbe
honorable bird called the stork and now
has a fine baby at bia bouse. Tbey could
not get a girl to do tbe work but tbe
ladles of Ibe plaoe are assisting ibe family
with the housework. Girls are eoaroe
and it is bard lo get one during these war
and Demooratlo times. '
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Burdlck of Henrys
Mills spent Sunday with tbeir daughter,
Mrs. Thomas Miller.
Geo. Hadden and family of Henrys
Mills spent a few houra in our townSuo
day calling on tbe neighbors.
Harry Bell and John Sbay of Kiogaley
spent Sunday with relatives on Pious
Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Mayburg
were guests of tbe Geo. Blum family bere
John Black's good dog "Jack" returned
Sunday from a two weeks' stay at some
other point, but of course was unable to
tell us where. His front leg showa signs
of a bad nut '.bat ia healing all right, and
bis general appearance Is good.
Tbe road was aa usual very much used
by cara and motorcycles on Sunday and
It waa a day of great watchfulness on tbe
part of baby teudera and mothers to keep
the youngsters off tbe road.
L. R. Brennau and family weredown to
Kellettville Sunday In tbeir auto for a
abort time in tbe afternoon.
$ (11 ?
; Shoes. j
Water From the Yangtze.
There is 11 saying In Cliinn Unit to
tniike a perfect cup of ton you nius!
take leaves from M ImltsIi.i u mid vn
tor from the Yangtze. No one suppos
d the notnnl turbid river wnter to hi
aiennt. but no one could exphiln the
proverb until Pc Itosthom. who wrote
in interestltiK treatise on Chinese ten.
solved the problem or thought he did.
Do Itosthom wns once crossing the
Yangtze near Its mouth, nt Chenkliing,
fvken lie saw some men In a boat dip
?Ing wnter Into buckets. lie Inquired
ivhy they did that and was told that at
iho bottom of the buy there wns a
spring, remembered since the time
when the present liver bed was dry
Innd, and that this spring wnter wns
highly esteemed In cookery. Here,
then, he concluded, he had found that
special wnter of the Yangtze which.
with Mlngshan leaves, made the best
cup of tea in the world.
Fall Styles are here.
$3.50, $4, $4.50
G. W. ROBINSON & SON
-SPARE IN THE
WANK FOR THAT
Watch This Space Every Week.
WUen the late Senator Bob Taylor
was governor of Tennessee he received
a letter from an Inmate of the Mis
soun state penitentiary. His corre
spondent pleaded that his name. too.
was Tnylor: claimed kinship with the
governor and begged him to use bis In
fluence with Governor Francis of Mis
sour! to obtain 0 pardon. A short time
afterwnrd Governor Francis received
the following letter from Governor
My Dear Governor Jrancla Tou've got
a fellow over there In your penitentiary
named Taylor, who saya he's kin to me
and wants me to help him get out I wish.
If you see your way clear toward doing It.
you would turn him loose, and If any of
your Ktnfniks ever get In my pen I'll re
turn the favor.
New York Tost
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
"I advised the 'boys' when tbey en
listed for tbe Spanish war to take Cham
berlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with them, and have reoeived
many thanks for tbe advice given
writes J. H. Hougbland. Eldon. Iowa.
"No person whether traveling or at borne
should be without this great remedy
For sale by all dealers.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE ' HIGH.
WAY DEPARTMENT. HARRIS
BURG, PA. Sealed proposals will be re
oeived at said office until 10 a. m. October
0, 1914, when bida will be publicly
opened and scheduled, and contraot
awarded aa soon thereafter as possible.
for tbe reconstruction of 1050 lineal feet
of Brick Block pavement 16 teet wide.
situated In Tionests Borough, Forest
County. Plana and speoifioatiiiDa may
oe seen at nmce or state tlignway Ve
part men t, Harrisburg; 1001 Chestnut
Street, Philadelphia; 2117 Farmers' Bank
building, Pittsburgh, and Warren Nav
inga Bank Building, Warren, Pa. Full
particulars and Information on appllca
tion to Edwsrd M. Bigelow, State High'
$1.25 fine all wool Armure
ncai figure, medium light
dress weight drapy finish
all the ooJ Autumn colors in
this fashionable fabric or-
42 inches wide OOC
50 pieces 50c all wool
Serflts crisp finish Rood
serviceable material blue,
brown, tan, red full 42 inches
wide most serviceable n
fabric - priced at 4 UC
$2.50 Imported Black
Bro.-r'cloths-made by one of
the best makers in Belgium
medium wright, close nap fin
ish, sponflcd and shrunk-no
more 1 the r 1 q r
marl c!( pl.oD
$1.50 Tailor Serges all
wool- medium size twill, soft
finish desirable for Ught
weight tailored suits or skirts
black only excellent finish
Lot of 50c Black and White
Shepherd Checks suiiings
all neat checks -some with
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inches wide especially de
sirable for girls' school or
ri iTsnt'iMiii. pa.
"The Port of Doom."
Featuring Laura Sawyer.
3 Big Reels 3
This is a very thrilling three reel pro-
auction Dy tne famous Player rum Co.
Keep up to date.
Come to every one.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30.
"The Count of Monte Cristo."
Featuring James O'Neill.
5 Reels 6
Famous Players Film.
This is a masterpiece.
Admission every Wednesday 10c
We show Famous Players Films on
that day and these are among the best
on the film market. Take advantage of
the low admission price and see these
Ask our regular patrons about our
Letters of Administration on tbe estate
of James Haslet, late of Tlonesta Bor
ough, Forest County, Pa., deceased, hav
ing been granted to tbe undersigned, all
persons Indebted to aald estate are here
by notified to make payment without
delay, and those having claims or de
mands will present tbem, duly authenti
cated, foi settlement.
Clara . Haslet, Adm'ri,
M. A. Carrinoer, Attorney.
The net result of a year's work ishat counts. If one
man earns $10,00a a year and spends it all, he does not
really make as much as the man who earns $6,000 and has
$2,000 in our bank at the end of the year. Put your money
m wui mum. um ibn( siay mere; tnis is the:one sure way to
CAPITAL STOCK, 150,000. i SURPLUS, $100,000
Do your banking with us. A 1
we pay liberal interest consistent with safety, pGF CCIlt.
Forest County NectionoJ Bank,
Scene From "The Port of Doom."
. i ; 1 1
! t n.
Featuring Laura Sawyer,
At The Pastime Theatre, Tionesta,
3 Big Reels 3
7:15 to 11 p. m.
Notice ia hereby given that an applica
tion will be made to tbe Governor of tbe
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on
Tuesday, September 2!Hb, 1914, by T. S.
Stanford. H. A. Olbaon, A. N. Bowen
and M. H. Snick, under ibe Act of As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, entitled "An Act to provide for
tbe Incorporation and regulation of cer
tain corporations," approved April 29,
1874, and tbe aupblementa thereto, for
tbe charter of an Intended corporation to
be called "Home Telephone Company ol
SbetBeld," tbe character and object ol
wblcb la tbe construction, maintenance
and operation of a telephone line in tbe
village of Sheffield and vicinity in War
ren County and Irom said village to
points in tbe counties of Forest. McKean
and Elk, and for these purposes to have,
posseaa and enjoy all the rights, benefits
and privileges of tbe said Act of Assem
Dly and Its supplements.
LlNDSKY & MAODONALD,
REPORT OP THK CONDITION OF
THE FOREST COUNTY NATION
AL BANK AT TIONESTA. In thn Sum
of Pennsylvania, at the close of business
September 12, 1914.
Loans and discounts linn.nns f.7
Overdrafts, seoured and unse
U. 8. Bonds to secure circula
tion fin nnn nn
lovK reuerst Reserve uank,
uuim; an oiuer siocKS Z',810 39
Banking-house, furniture, and
fixtures , 17 on an
Due from Slate and Private
Banks and Bankers, Trust
Companies and Savings a noo en
Due from approved Reserve
Agents In Central Reserve
Cities, f 1.278 89; in other Re
serve Cities. 170.973 M T 9M 07
Checks and other cash items 641 07
Notes of other National Banks ... 1 .q7K on
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents 135 95
Lawful money reserve in bank,
Specie $29,286 50
Legal tender notes . 3,500 00 32,786 50
Redemption fund with U. S.
ireas'r(5perct.ot circulation) 2,500 00
SUNDAY, SEPT. 27
Train Leaves, Bound Trip Faro
Struthers 9.46 a.m. $1.00
Warren 9.63 a.m. 1.00
Irvineton 10.06 a.m. 1.00
Tidioute 10.36 a.m. .76
West Hickory. 10.66 a.m. .76
Tionesta 11.06 a.m. .76
Returning Special Train leaves Titusville
8.00 p. m., Oil City 8:40 p. m.
Similar Excursion October 26
. f600,809 67
Capital stock Dald In It fin nnn nn
Surplus fund.... 100,000 00
j uui iucu jiuiii(f,iui9s expunses
kiiu taxes pam 28,431 ,30
Reserved for laxea 50,000 00
Dividends unnald lrji mi
individual deposits subject to
Check 197 07c. I'l
Time certificates ol deposit pay-
num wuuiu so oays 244,948 85
:: Slill (Mi Deck. :
I Busier Brown
Nearly Everything: Tou Need.
ALWAYS THE RIGHT PRICE.
H. I. Cohen, Proprietor.
To supply your wants in anything
No such stock ever kept in Tio
Our reputation already extends
to all parts of the County, and all
because we keep the Freshest,
the Largest and the Best stock.
Come and See.
You are -bound to be more
Store in Central Hotel Block,
TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISH
ERS AND PRINTERS
We manufacture the very highest
tr.no una H7
State of Pennsylvania, County of Forest,
I, Jsmes U. Kell v. cashier of tlm
named bank, do solemnly twmr Hint 11.
above statement is true to the best of mv
nu'J ti igliurj mill UWliei.
JAMES H. KELLY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
16lb day of September, 1014.
C. M. Arnkb, Notary Publio.
Correct Attest :
T. F. RlTOHKY,
C. a. Randall,,
O. W. Robinson,
L. S. Metal Furni
ture Leads and Slugs
Spaces and Quads
6 to 48 point
Wall Paper, Window Shades
Brass Rule in Strips
Brass Column Rules
! Brass Leaders
j Brass Round Cor
i Brass Leads and
Old Column Rules refaced and made
I good as new at a small cost,
j Please remember that we are not in
! any Trest or Combination and are sure
j that we can make it greatly to your ad
! Aantage to deal with us.
1 A copy of our Catalog will be cheerfully
I furnished on application.
We frequently have good bargains in
second-hand Job Presses, Paper Cutters
j and other printing machinery and ma-
Philadelphia Printers' Supply Company,
Type and High Grade Printing Material,
14 S. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Proprietors Penn Type Foundry.