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Wool Magnate Indicted in
Dynamite Planting Case
Suits to Order, $12.60 to $36.00.
Shirts to Order, $2.00 to $12.00.
Centre Street at Elm, Oil City, Pa.
You Are Invited to Attend Our For
mal Exhibit of Fall Fashions,
Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 23 and 24.
It Will Be Worth a Special Trip to
Town to View This Elaborate
Presentation of Autumn
Oil City Trust Company
Oil City, Pa.
Some Reasons Why You Should Carry
a Bank Account.
It teaches economy.
It helps your credit.
It furnishes the best receipt for money
We will pay you FOUR PER CENT, on a Savings Account, and it will be the
beginning of a reserve fund, which will mean PEACE, PLENTY and CONTENT
MENT IN OLD AGE.
Revolver The R.mlnpor, U-M-C Cubs at the Rto)m Much.
and Pistol Cartridges
The red hall brand is chosen by the majority of revolver and
pistol experts because they know that
the ignition is prompt, uniform and sure,
the accuracy is guaranteed by records
World's Indoor Filly-Shot Pi.lol Record held hy C.artt Armalrnui. f ore 4H2 ci SHO
World' Indoor lwenly-1-ivc Shot 1'itiul Kecord held by Gcorfc Arnmrona. scora
ZIS c 2S0.
World't Seventy. Five Shot Rapid Fire Record held hy A. P. Line, score US ci 750
norm unmoor i ik-kci Revolver Hecord held by A. I'.
I anr, score 211 c 2S0.
World's Uran.l AMrccate Individual Record held by A. P.
I.ane. score l2.Vi.
World's Military Record held by Samuel Peterson, score
215 tx 20.
all made with Remington-UMC ammunition
Rcmington-UMC th perfect shooting combination
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Kro.di.ir 3 York City
It will be a brilliant assemblage of
the most beautiful new Fall Styles, as
exemplified by the products of the
world's foremost designers at home
and abroad, shown by us amid set
tings more charming and on a larger
scale than has ever before been at
tempted in this vicinity.
Gowns, Tailored Suits, Wraps,
Waists, Fabrics, Laces, Trimmings,
Dress Accessories, Rugs and Uphols
teries will feature the exhibit.
Especial prominence will be accord
ed the new ideas in Millinery.
Mr. Thomas P. Bresnan, basso,
will render selections, and the Lantz
Hoppy Orchestra will play, each af
ternoon from three until five.'
you pay out.
re the product of more than 30
year' experience. Three brands
76 -Special -Motor
Power Without Carbon
Warerlr gasolines are all refined, diitlfiVd
and treatedcontain no "natural" gasolines,
which r crude and unrefined and which carry
maximum of carbon-producing elements
Waverly Oil Work Co..Plttsborg,Pa.
Uahtrt of Wavtrly Special Aula Oil
Three Others Are Missing; Lake
SMALL BOAT HITS SAND BAR
Only Thirty Feet From Shore, Seaelclt
Boy Were Unable to 8wlm Distinct
Because of Rough Water on Lake
Eight boy recruits at the United
States naval training schools In North
Chicago were drowned and three art
missing as the result of their boat
being tossed by a storm in Lake Mich
igan. With a complement of twenty-nine
persons, under command of Chief Gun
ner's Mate William Negus, the boat
apparently hit a sand bar within
thirty feet of the shore and, although
all but one of the twenty-nine on board
could swim, none got ashore without
assistance and four of them were only
revived by use of the pulmqtor.
Eyewitnesses of the accident are un
able to explain Just what happened.
When the boat, storm tossed In such
a way that most of the boy sailors
were made seasick, had made some
distance out into the lake, Negus, who
was in command, decided to return
and when about thirty feet from the
shore threw his anchor.
Then, finding there was but on boy
on board who could not m-lni, he start
ed ashore with this youth In the water,
which William Stanley, a survivor, de
clares did not seem to be over his
head. Both disappeared and neither
body was recovered for several hours.
"We were not ordered out, hut were
given permission to take the sail. The
water was exceedingly rough and
most of the boys so new to water ex
perience that they became helplessly
seasick after we had gone perhaps
half a mile from shore.
"William Negus was In command.
He saw that with half the boys sea
sick and helpless It would be Impos
sible to handle the boat as it should
be handled, ao we put in toward the
'There was a lot of water In the
boat and more of It coming in all the
time. We were In danger of being
swamped at any moment. Negus
would not go to the shore without the
lad who could not swim.
"All around the boat the water was
alive with boys trying to get ashore
It was a horrible struggle. They
could not seem to make any headway
at all against the waves and wind."
30 hurtTntrain wreck
Disaster Near Erie, Pa., May Cost
Thirty persons were hurt when an
eastnound Nickle Plate flyer was de
railed at the Fagan road crossing neat
Erie, Pa. Several may die of their In
The most seriously Injured are:
Mrs. Bertha Cole, Scranton; M.Cole,
Scranton; Florence Cramer. Angola;
Arthur T. Young, North East, Pa.;
Clan Fung, Buffalo, a noted Chinese
teacher, and Lauretta and Roberl
Walker of Brattleboro, Vt.
A broken rail was responsible fot
the accident. The engine passed ovet
safely but the tender was derailed
and tore up the planks that cover this
crossing, making the passage of the
mall car Impossible. This was fol
lowed with a sudden jerk that sent
passengers flying out of their seats.
Indian Commissioner Want to Work
For Third Party.
That he may actively support Colo
nel Roosevelt Robert 0. Valentine, In
dian commissioner, has sent his resig
nation to President Taft.
While the commissioner bases his
resignation on political grounds It le
known that he has been in the bad
graces of the administration for many
months. The trotibla was caused In
large part by the action of the com
missioner In issuing an order prohibit
ing the use of religion garb In th
Indian schools and missions.
Pumper Electrocuted In Coal Mine.
Paul Martin, aged thirfy-flve, em
ployed as a mine pumper at West
Newton, Pa., was elect riM-tited while at
work. It In supposed that Martin
walked against a charged wire.
Republicans Will Use Lincoln Party.
The name "Lincoln party" has brf,
(Te-empted by the Republicans ol
Pennsylvania and a complete state
ticket with president., Sectors wll)
be put In tlie Meld.
Morgan to Testify.
J. P. Morgan and 200 other finan
ciers and politicians have promised Ifl
appear before the senate campaign
Straut Resign a Chairman.
Oscar H. Straus, Progressive candi
date for governor of New York, hni
resigned us chairman of the engineers'
Aviator Gill Killed.
Aviator Howard W. (Jill of Baltimore
was killed in a collision of aeroplanes
Killed by Mine Car.
William (Iray, aged forty, was run
over and killed hy a niiue car at Fay
ette City, Pa.
Ad. Bring Bride.
Through an ail vert Isoinent In a
Vnlontown (Pa.) newspaper Ashhy
Ford of Mnsontown won Miss Margaret
Ream of Pittsburg as his bride.
Pennsy Order 59 Locomotive.
Orders Tor fifty-nine additional loco
motivea for the Pennsylvania railroad
were placed at the company's shops
In Altoona. Pa.
W. E. Frazier Is Death Victim.
W. E. Fri-zler. general freight super
intendent of the Pennsylvania rail
road, died from apoplexy In Philadelphia.
t( V a, ,
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WILLIAM M. WOOD.
THREATENS T0REVEAL ALL
Collins Will Not Be Made Scapegoat
In Dynamite Planting Case.
An Important development In the In
vestigation of the dynamite planting
In Itwrence, Mass., during the strike
last winter was the report that lun
ula .1. Collins of Cambridge- will toil
11 he knows about the planting foi
the purpose of discrediting the union
men who went on strike.
Collins was Indicted with William
M. Wood, president of the Anierit n
Woolen company, and Frederick At
tenux, head of the Atteaux Mill com
pany, on charges of being Implicated,
and he now declares that an attempt
has been made to fasten all the guilt
Accordingly he offers to reveal ail
the details and will most probably be
the star witness for the state.
BANKS NOTE IMPROVEMENT
ThI Week'a Clearings Show Increase
Over Last Two Year.
Dun's Review of Trade says this
"A notably uniform Improvement
over both preceding years is again
the most distinctive feature of hank
clearings, the total this week at all
leading cities In the Vnited States ag
gregating $2,075,510,698, an Inereas
of 6.9 per cent as compared with the
same week last year and of 23.7 per
cent as compared with the corre
sponding week In 1910.
"New York city reports gains of 6.9
per cent and 27.3 per cent, respective
ly, over the two previous years and
the comparison with 1911 Is especially
gratifying because of the quiet condi
tions in the stock market."
Typhoon, Rainfall and Abnormal Tide
A disaster, causing, according to
native estimates, between 30.000 and
40,000 deaths, occurred In Cheklana
province, China, Aug. 29. It was a com
bination of a typhoon, an enormous
rainfall and an abnormal tide which
swelled the Wensho river, flooding a
The flood occurred with amazing
suddenness. The cities of Wenshn,
Chouchow and Tsingtlen were large
ly ruined ami h'oneo was obliterated.
Numbers of small towns and villages
were demolished. Among the un
countable victims of the catastrophe a
thousand we-re washed out Into the
LYNCH NEGRO IN JAIL
Mob of Georgian End Life of Sus
Bent on avenging the outrage and
murder of May Crow, the eighteen-year-old
daughter of a prominent
planter, a mob of 2,000 persons
stormed the Jail at Culling, Ga and
lynched Bob Edwards a negro youth
suspected of complicity In the assault
Ot) the girl.
The negro was lynched In the Jail.
Troops withdrawn on Sunday will
probably be sent bacfc to prevent race
Minister Asks $15,000 Damage.
Rev. V. W. Smith, a Methodist mln
Jstor of Walkers, W. Va., has brought
suit atsalust Stephen .lames, a prom
inent farmer anxi stuck dealer of near
Borland Springs, for alleged ststurter
Me asks damages In the sum ol
Dutter Prints, 3131; tubs,
30',i; Pennsylvania and Ohio cream
ery, 28328'. Eggs HHoeterJ, 27.
Poultry (Live) Hens, 1fiM.ffH7.
Cattle Choice, $9(!t9.25j prlmo,
$8.30ii7 8.70; good, $7.258.10; tidy
butchers, $7f(7.fi0; fair, $076.r.0; com
mon, $4.u0ff$5.25; common to good fat
hulls, $3.i0f6.25; common to good fat
cowH, $3fjB; heifers, $4tf?7; fresh
cow and springers, $2.'47 6.1. Sheep
and LambM-Prlnifl wethers, $4T.0'?i
4.cr; good mixed, $4H 4.40; fyjr mlxcu,
$3.fi0ft 4.10; culls and common, $2 'j
lambs, f4..r0ifi 7.3.r; veal calvee, f 1 0.r.fj
(fill; heavy and thin calves, $7 I.
Hogs Prlmo heavy, $8.90'? 8.9.1; heavy
mixed, $8.9?iiff9; medium and heavy
Yorker, $99.10; light Yorkers, $8.10
(ft 8.75; pigs, $?t$.2f; roughs, $7.50
S; stags. $6.50(2)7.
Prominent Oil Man a Suicide.
Oeorge Lewis, aged sixty-nine, first
vice president of the Oil City (Pa.)
Trust company, a well known oil pro
ditcer and one of the most promlnei-t
men of the city, ended his life by
Safe Is Blown by Yegg Gang.
Yeggs blow the sare In the postof
flee at North Clrard, Pa., and got away
with $100 in cash and $23 In stamps.
They then smashed in a pointing of
fice adjoining and got away with $139
There Is a Little Note At the Top of
It reads: "Suits to order $12.60 to $36.00."
There is a world of meaning in that little item.
Some men, either from habit or being hard to fit, insist on made to measure clothes.
The Khan Tailoring Company, of Indianapolis, are conceded, and have earned the right
by actual performance, the reputation of being America's foremost tailors. Because they are
the best we know of we are their agents in this city. The assortment of woolen fabrics for
fall is the very best we have ever seen even from this great big concern. The prices we guar
antee the lowest named anywhere on high class work. We think too much of your good will
to jeopardize our business by asking you to buy anything that we cannot fully warrant as sat
isfactory. Come in and let us measure you. The fit will be perfect or you cannot have the
"A Good Store to Trade At."
Oil City, l'a.
TURN DCiVi FUSION
Nothing l Ve Gained Them, Key
lioner Are Told.
In an effort to have some of their
candidates placed on the Democratic
ticket In Pennsylvania nwubers of the
Keystone party conferred with Demo
cratic leaders In llarrisburg. The
conference was without result.
The Democrats insisted they would
liake no deal of any kind looking to
fusion. The KeystoneM were told that
their party existed no longer, except
on paper, nnd that the Democrats,
even If they were so disposed, could
not hope to gain anything by fusion.
SThe KeystoneM resented this and
endeavored by letters to show that
their organization wns active In many
ections of the state.
8tripped to Save Him.
Bert Mack, arrested for drunken
nesR, made three attempt to end hi?
life In the borough lockup at Mones.
sen, Pa. He first tried to hans hlmaull
with his belt. It was taken away from
him. Then he tied his coat around
his neck nnd fastened It to the top
bars In the cell. The chief of police
cut him down and took the coat.
IitPr Mack was found hanging from
the top of the Iron cage by a trouser
(eg. He was stripped and left to
shiver In the lockup.
Discharged Employ Shoots Four.
Angered because he had lost his
position as driver, Jack Keeler walked
lr.to the oflices of the Clearfield Brew
ing company at Clearfield, Pa., and, l
Is alleged, shot Joseph W. Roessner,
owner of the brewery M, R. Ogden,
head bookkeeper; John Kirchner, head
brew master, and George Carson, an
employe. Roessner died In Clearfield
hospital. Small hope I entertained
lor the recovery of the other three.
Breaks Ankle In 300-Foot Fall.
Aviator Carl Patmore while making
a flight In a biplane at the grounds of
the Westmoreland County (Pa.) Fail
association at Youngwood fell 301
feet, receiving a dislocation of the left
unkle nnd hrule about tho ho,1?
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and Manufacturing Opticians.
School children's pyes will be pJf
amiued free of cost wheu aucompauieil
by a note from, their toapher or family
The latest methods known to science
aro employed no ilrops arti
ficial eyes in stock.
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illorck Optical Co.,
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