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fcEiSS) - - v"m. rsr:3B?aas . T 1 ":. T THEr "PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, " WEDNESDAY, MAT 7, i 'Mac tEa r - l & 1 OIL WELLS ABOUT DUE. ffildvrood, HcCurdy and Moon Eeady With a New Crop of Producers. ACUTE OPERATIONS EVERYWHERE A Dry Hole Eeported Last Night in tlie MeCurdy Territory. THE TLTtONA WELL TEACTICAILT DET Thore were a number of -vrolls reported on top of the eaod lost night at WUdw ood, Mo Curdy ntidtoon. With good lock they rilX reach tho pay to-day, and a big increase or th county's production i expected. In tho Moon Territory. Moos Tho Kanawha Oil Company's Xa 2, on the flecks, will he in tho last of this week or the first of next Their Xo. 1, on the Hood, has been cased. They are build ing tho ng for their Hood Ko. 2. Their No. S, Jleoks, js down 200 feet, Mceks No. is ready to drill, and tho ri? is going up for their Sleeks No. 5. They arc drilling their Georgo Springer No, 3 and are startfiiff the rig for their On&toit No. 3. Bradley & Murphy's well on tho P. A. Stevenson farm is about due. Their No. 1 on the William Springer farm, which reached the pay late Monday night is showing for a 30 or 40 barrel -well. It will be drilled deeper, and may be good for 75 barrels. Jt is located in the extreme south western pirt of tho field, and is about eight miles from the river on tho line of develop ment. Tho Forest City Oil Company u taking down the rig of its No. 2 Gor don, and will locate it further to the North. The well of the same company on tho ltouzor is down 500 feet. The Hervey Oil Company is ready to drill in McCutcheon No. i in the "southwestern corner of the farm. Their McCutcheon No. Sis nearing the top of tho sand. They have commenced 1 a well in the center of the same farm, and their well on the Gross farm is on top of the sand. Bogga & Mechlin's well on the William Springer farm Is due to reach tho pay this week. Albert rerpuon's well, on his own farm, will be In the first of next week. Broden & Co are ready to commence spudding at their No 2. on the Stevenson heirs farm. Forst A Greenlee's well, on the Hamburger, is expected to get the sand this week. It is located farther to tho north than any other well in the field. The Orion Oil Company is building a rig on tho Harper heirs' farm. It Is tho farthest to the southwest, The.Onon is also putting up a rig on the John Springer farm. The Bridgewater Gas Coinnanj has commenced to drill their No. 1 on the Ontott farm. Mellon & Co. aro rigging up their No. 1 Meeks. and have the ng ouilt for their No. 2 on the same farm. A rig is building for his No. 3 Mpeks. Mellon's No. 1 on tho McFadden farm will he in next week. His No. 2 on the Parry heirs is 400 feet deep, and the rig is up for the No. 3 on the same farm. TV J cl wood and Vicinity. Wir-nwoon TheSouthFannOU Company's No. 11 should reach the sand Friday. Their No. 10 got the second pay yesterday and is doing eight barrels an hour. The No. 2 well ofWatorhouso &Co. on tho Whitesell will get tho sand early next week. Their No. 1 is doing 350 barrels a day. Bowman A Co.'s No. 2 is doing 300 barrels a day. Their No. 3 is down TOO feet and their No. I is down 300 feet. Waterhouse & Co. are down 1,000 feet on the Hardy, and Waterhouse & Black on tho Bunb are down 600 feet Griffith & Co.'s No. 4 on the Whitesell is 1400 feet, their No. IS is down 1,300 feet, and their No. 16 down 1,000 feet Kennedy & Co.'s No. 4 on the P. & -W. lot is down 1,300 feet The Diebert gasser on the Scott lot has been drilled to the third sand and their pressure greatly increased. Griffith and tho Forest Oil Companv have moved the Tig of the No. 4 nerr, w hich was dry, to a location for their No. 6. Spang & Cbalfant are moving their No. 1 on the Clay to De Haven, where they huvo wo acres of land leased and will drill a test well. Kvans Mandevillc havo tho tools out of their No. 3 Marks. The Metropolitan Oil Company's No. 2, on the Kohlbar farm, is six feet in tho sand and showing light. The Both Oil Com panj's Smith farm well, in the southeast, is due to reach the sand this morning. Forst & Greenlee havo made a location 400 feet south of their Hazlctt No. I, They are also reported to have made a location on the Ziindon next to the W. W. Mclntyre. A Dry Hole at JlcCurdy. McCunnT Tho Bear Creek Kenning Com pany's well on tho Kutledgo farm was re ported dry last night The Orion Oil Com pany's well on tho Bell farm is due to-day. Black ,1 Co.'s well on the Andrews farm, in the extreme northwest, is through the Hundred Foot No oil or gas has been struck so far. Hewitt Bott & Co.'s well on the Mo Cowan farm, in the southern end of the field, is down 1,000 feet The Fisher & Toung well, on the McClosky, is 15 feet in the Gordon sand and no oiL The McDonald Field. McDoalt There aro IS new wells being drilled in this field at present. The deepest is the Koynl Gas Company's No. 3 on tho Kay Jarm. It is located close to the Panhandle at tho Jumbo Coal Works. Tho report that a 300 barrel well had been struck at McDonald was without foundation. The Day Well Again. WiSHntoiw The well of the People's Heat and I,ight Company, on the Day farm, five miles southwest of Washincton, is at the bottom of tho Gantz sand. It is making about 13 barrels a day. The Verona Wildcat Veeosa The Egultable Gas Company's well on tho McGregor farm, 2 miles east of this place, is tluough tho fifth sand and dry. It is 2,511 feet deep, and will be drilled deeper. Another Wildcat Hite Statios Fitzsunmons & Eobb, of Pittsburg, liavj commenced a well on the Bailey farm, 1J miles northwest of Hite station. A Bunch of Test Wells. TAtaKTUir Malarkey, McMillan and J. W. Crosby will drill half a dozen test wells be tween Tarentum and Shearsburg, Westmore land county. Personal. L. E. Hamsher, of Bradford, is in Pitts burg. Mr. Hamsher is one of the widely known men of the oil country, and is a busi ness associate of ex-Senator Lewis Emery. Captain E. H. Barnum came down from the Ambler field yesterday. Ho is operating around Zelienople and Harmony at present but was in the upper country for several years. Frank Burt, a well-known operator In the West Virginia territory, camo up from Man nlngton yesterday. James Kennedy, of Tarentum, was shak ing hands with old friends at the Boyer last night Ho was in Bradford for several vcars, hut is now Assistant Postmaster at Tarentum. M. L. Lockwood, of Locknood station, was in Pittsburg last evening. He is a member of the firm of Lockwood & Patterson, pro ducers, and is wen known all over the oil regions. A Butler County Deal. PzTEESvnxE Guckert & Steele have pur chased Wall, Bishop & Co.'s big gas well at Petersvillo, with 20,000 feet of lino tfipe for $5,000 They will drill ten wells with the fuel thus obtained on the Humphrey, Nesbit, Duncan and Bolton farms. Features of Yesterday's Market The only ,market for oil yesterday was a bid of 67, a trifle lower than the day before. The Increased production has given the market a bearish tone. Serin ers' quotations were: New York, 7.20c; London, $fdj Jlnt wcrp, 16Jf; average daily runs, 74,505; aver age daily shipments, 62,519; average dally charters, 31,019. ' Tracy, Wilson & Co., 90 Fourth avenue, Qdote puts 67; calls, G9. Nkw York, May 2fi. Petroloum opened steady, and after a slight decline moved up Jicon a few Western buying orders. The" market then became dull and remained so until the close. Pennsylvania oil, spot, clos ing at CSc; June options opening at 67kc: highest 63Vc; lowest C7Jic; closing, 6&?c; total sales, 27,000 barrels. ? ' OiirfJiTT, May 2G National Transit certi ficates opened at 67c; highest 6SKc; lowest 67Kc,lelosed, 68Jc. bales, 141,000 bbls.; clear ances, 46,000 bbls.: charters, 132,460 bbls.: ship ments, 123,073 bblsj runs, 111,770 bbls. Bradford, May 26. National Transit certi ficates opened at GTJjfc; closed at 6SJc: high est C3cj lowest CTHc; clearances; 160,000 bbls. Tlio ladles Delighted. Tho pleasant effect and the perfect safotv with which ladies may use the liquid fruft laxative, Syrup or Figs, underall conditions, make it their favorite remedy. It is pleasin to the eye and to the taste, gentle yet et fectual in acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels. Our customers all speak highly in praise of St Patrick's Pills. They are the best Berry Bros., Carroll, Neb. Tor sale by druggists. -vysu LATE NEWS' IN BRIEF. Miners at Clinton, IncL, have gone to work at the old scale, 70 cents per ton. Nineteen Chinese wero beheaded by or der or the authorities at Kowloon City on April 17. Four men tried to holdup a train near Enfield, Me., by firing into tho caw, but no one was hnrt The barrooks occupied by tho Second Regiment of Uhlans, at Berlin, wore burned to The ground yesterday. Two polioemen werd shot last Monday by a madman who had mounted the roof of a house in Carlsbad, Germany. Two boats were swamped along tho shores of Chequamogon Bay, Wis., and a number of people escaped drowning. The stokers employed by the North German Uovd Steamship Company, at Bre men, have struck ror an increase of wages. The Christian missions at Nankin have been attacked and pillaged by natives. The Inmates narrowly escaped with their Uvea. Th t decree nisi granted to Captain O'Shea, In his suit for divorce rrom Mrs. Kate O'Shea, six months ago, was yesterday made ab solute. .John Ryan's Sons, of Atlanta, Ga., the largest dry goods house in the bouth Atlan tic States, was closed tjjr the Sheriff at noon to-day. George Ennis and Cabe Waldron, each aged about 15 vears, of Aberdeen, were drowned in the 'Ohio Monday atMaysville, Ky., while boating. Got -nor WInans, of Michigan, has vetoed vne bill passed by the legislature ap propriating 30,ooo to entertain the encamp ment oTthe G. A. B, Tnrnln. the Inventor, who wasnrrcsted -on Monday In Paris, declares that he has correspondence in his possession compro mising several Generals. Cornelius A. King, New York agent for Hlnchcllff Bros., the Paterson, N. J., brew er, has disappeared, and is alleged to be a dctaul tor to the amount of $20,000. The Latin-American department of the World's Columbian Fair has received lnfor. mation of the acceptance of the Government of Venezuela to participate In the show. John Robertson, Chief Clerk of theHouso of Correction, Baltimore, and a well-known politician, was killed by a passenger train on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad yesterday. General Mar.ager William M. Green, of the "Big Fonr," has resigned, and the position has TiAim offered to Josenh Rnmsev. Jr.. as sistant to President lngalls. People of Helena, Mont think that during his coming visit to that city hemav extend the Union Pacifio system to that city. Prevention and Cure of the Grip. During the prevalence of this disease lost year thousands of sufferers purchased and wore the celebrated Aunt Itachel's Herb Pad, and now testify loudly in its praise as a cure. Every one of those who used them in time did not have la grippe. .Ihe aroma is agreeable and invigorating, and expels the microbes from the air as breathed. Not a single person of the thousands who wore them but escaped the disease. They .will last for a year. Price S2. Aunt liachel Pad Company, Passaic, N. J., Alfred Speer, President, Grand Army of the Republic "Ve call your special attention to the genuine bine Middlesex suits we will give you this week for a flObilL You cannot buy Buch suits anywhere else for 6ueh low figures. Take our word for it P. a C. C, PrTTSinTBG COMBINATIOH Clothe g Coktany, corner Grant and' Diamond streets. A Good filing for the Grip. A recent number of the Albuquerque, N. M., Daily Citizen contains the following editorial: Several persons highly recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as a remedy for the grip, now so prevalent K, "W. Kilbourne, the County Surveyor, says a bottle of this remedy gave him relief. This medicine is prepared by Chamberlain & Co., Des Moines, la., and it is having a big sale in this city. For sale by druggists. wsu Train on P. K. B. for grand auction sale of lots at Homewood leaves at 1:25 p. M. to day. . Medium weight underwear for spring. JAME3 H. Aiken & Co., 100 Fifth av. Buy Your Suit Now. Kow is the time. Onr 59 men's suit sale is just the chance for you. Hundreds of fine suits, made from the best materials, at 59, worth 13 and ?15. P. C 0. C, PlTTSBTJBO COMBINATIOir Clothing Company, corner Grant and Diamond streets. How to Cure the Cough Following la Grippe. For a troublesome cough there is nothing better than Chamberlain s Cough Remedy. It strengthens the pulmonary organs, allays any irritation and effectually cures the cough. It is especially valuable for the cough which so often follows an attack of the grip. For sale by druggists. wsu The new Ascot scarf at James H. Aiken & Co.'s, 100 Fifth avenue. Teain on P. B. B. for grand auction sale of lots at Homewood leaves at 1:25 p. m. to day. Are Yon Ready For the change of season now so near, when impurities in the blood are liable to manifest themselves in most unexpected ways, re duce your general health, or bring on that tired feeling! Hood's Sarsaparilla will do you an enormous amount of good Just now, by purifying yonr blood and building up your system so that you will "tide over" the depressing effects of milder weather. Try it N. B. Be sure and get flood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists, $h six for $5. Prepared only by a L HOOD & CO., Lou ell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar. K OOD'S SAKSAPAEILLA SOLD BY- JOS. FLEMING & SON, 413 Market street, xmmS3 Pittsburg. PONT. Don't attempt to reform the world! It Is a large hemisphere and life is short Don't talk politics to ladles or drygoods to gentlemen! Good taste will endorse neitb er. Don't think because yonhave been success, ful in one thing yon can succeed In all! Few people succeedieven in one thing. Don't think yourself physically omnipo tent! The weakest persons and the shortest lived are frequently those who feel the best Don't delay when yon feel weak, languid, run down or debilitated! Take something to stimulate your energies at once. Don't think that any stimulant will do! Doctors, scientists and the best authorities agree that pure whiskey is the only reliable stimulant Don't be deceived Into, using an Inferior wblskey! Remember that the most popular, the most pure, the most powerful and tbe most valuable whiskey is Duffy's Pure Malt and that it has been so admitted for years. Don't let your dealcfdecelve you or impose upon you by saying hft has "something just as good," "something he can recommend." He has antnterested motive In such asser fions and they should be distrusted. w AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE-TO-NIGHT. Matinees Wednesday. Friday and Saturday. PROF. D. M. BRISTOL'S 80-EDUCATED HORSES-30. my359 B IJOtJ THEATER TO-KIGHT, THE CLEMENCEAU CASE. Mattnees-yWednesday and-Saturday.- J Juno 1 The IdMtt JUcrult. A I NEW ADVKfcTBKStENTS. CHEEKS A RAW SORE little Boy's Suffering From Eczema. Grow Worse Under 3 Doctors. Cored byCutlcura. For one year my little boy was troubled with eczema. After trying three eminent pliyilclsnt, the disease grew worse ; both cheeks became a raw sore. Then spoto began to break ont on his body: and I am of an opinion that If I had not triad CuTictmx Remedies, my boy would to-day have been covered from head to foot with the terrible disease. After using tho remedy for two months, he was entirely cored, and Is now as falruanyboy. I send you this testimonial, in hopes some poor afflicted onemay see this cure and obtain Ccticura BemediXS St once. J. WILL ABD CASE. Shelter Island Heights, N. 7. Skin Disease for Years Z have read a good de&t about the Cotiouba Remedies, but 1 did not take any stock ia them until I saw it with my own eyes. , My sister had skin disease for large number of years. It broke ont all over her body and fare. Doctors did her no rood. Tried everrihlnfr. Used one set of Cctj cubas. It has all disappeared. Ton can takp this lor a testimonial. Suss MARY MCCARTHY. 74 New York Ave., Ogdeasburg, N, Y. Cuticura Resolvent The new Blood and Skin FarlBer and greatest of Hnmor Remedies, Internally (to cleanse the blood ofalllmpnrlUes.and thtu remove the cause), and CcncUBA, the great Skin Cure, and Con cern, boat, an exquisite Skin Beantlfler, ex ternally (to clear the skin and scalp and restore the hair), cure every species of agonising Itching, burning, scaly, and plroptr diseases of the skin, scalp, and blood. CimciiKA 11EMEDIKS are the greatest Skin Cures, Blood Purifiers, and Hnmor Remedies of modern times, and dally make more great cures than all other blood and tkln remedies combined. Sold everywhere. Price, CcncunA, MoiSoaf, S5c: ResolVijjt, O. Prepared by the Porrtn Dnco ado CHEMICAL Cobfobatkmt, Boston. .83-Send for "How to Cure 8kln Diseases,' pages, 80 Illustrations, and 100 testimonials. M niljPLES, blackheads, red, rough, chapped, and ll Molly skin cared by Cuticuka Soai I CANT BREATHE. Chest Pains. Soreness. "Weakness. .Hacking Cough. Asthma, Pleurisy, land Inflammation bxxixvkd in omc MtwrTTBtrr thfl fhrnetmjL aoti.Pitv PLAbtjUb Nothing like it for Weak Lungs. myas-WBSu iUTICTJRA Vj SOLD BT JOS. FLEMING & SON, 413 Market street, rab Pittsburg. James Means & Ca's Shoes are more widely known for their general excellence than any other make of Shoes ever placed on the mar ket Ask your Retailer for shoes bearing this Stamp: James Means' $3.50 SHOE. These are made by Goodyear Hand-sewed process and are sold by leading retailers all over the C S. my23-ws J. MEANS & CO., Boston, Mass. JS GREATEST SHIRT SALE! ON RECORD. We have purchased from G. D. Eighmie, New York, the manufac turer of the celebrated Eighmie Patent Dress Shirt, the entire stock on hand in his factory, and will put them.on sate WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 27. These shirts are made of Wamsutta Muslin and 2100 fine all-linen bosoms, and are without doubt the best fitting shirt in America. This great purchase is divided in three lots. Lot No. 1 93 doz." Unlaundered (slightly-soiled) 48c each) these shirts are the regular $1 quality Lot'No. 2 115 5-12 doz. Unlaundered' (perfect goods) 58c each; this lot are clean and perfect regular gi shirts. Lot No. 3 137 doz. Laundered (perfect goods) 78c each these are the best made, and never before sod less than Jii 25. , We have, also closed out an importer's stock of FUR RUGS at 50c on the" dollar. 700 pure white goat rugs at $2 95 each; these rugs are reserved and-strictly first class; worth $4 75. 375 jet black goat rugs at 3 95, worth S7; both lots are 2 yds. long and 1 yd. wide. 100 doz. Oriental -Decorative Scarfs, 29c each,were imported v to sell at 50c each. DOUGLAS & MACKIE, 151, 153 AND 155 FEDERAL ST., ALLEGHEHY. THE NEW GOODS. We have a fine stock and large as sortment of Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing, and every garment" in our store is at a well-considered bargain price! And not only that, but goQds to make to order of the very best, and such as you will not' equal in any other store. , Please Notice This Fact. There is a .great .distinction to be made between us and clothing stores filled with job lots of goods gathered at random from manufacturers here and there with an eye to get the most money out of the clothing. ' You'll make it when you have had experience with us, 'Be pleased to come any day and see our goods and compare prices. . iii Cor.. Slitn St. NEW ' Att'wWSKSnENWk SfflG OARPETS AND Wall Paper. In Carpets we show averynna line of -Boyanviltons, Axminster, Velvet, Body Brussels, Tipestry and all kinds of Ingrain in .style, quality and price, Justwbalyou want. Wall Paper for rooms, ceilings and halls, to ,cholco styles and Brtistio colorings, and all tho new Ideas In, tho market. You are in Vlted to Inspect our Btock. 136 FEDERAL STREET, ALLEGHEHY, relS-wv .LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF "'IN DARKEST AFRICA,"- By Henry M. Stanley, The Liebig Company's Extraot was of tho choicest." Page 89, VoL 1. "Liebig and meat soups had tobe prepared "Liebig and meat soups bad tobe prepared In sufficient quantities to serve out cnpruis I to each weakened man as he staggered in." A Para 89. Vol. L "Uno Jiaai manageu w orawi uuar my tent He was at once borne to a fire and laid within a few inches of it, and with the addition of & pint of hot broth made from tho Liebig Company's Extract of Beef we ro- storeanimio nis seno.-- fugQu vui. u. Genuine only with facsimile of J. vox Lunio'fl signature in X2c6 blnelnkacrossIahel,y7 ci thus: . w J myis-ws W. J. EAST, Architect, Has removed from Federal street, Allegheny, to offloes located in WESTINGHOUSE BUILDING, mh4-2-vw PrrrsBtr&o, Pa. ray37-irwy i anfl Penn Ave. GEO. W. SfflM. 1 NKW ADVERTISEttENTS. Boys' Ideal, pjvT.TlE?Mi K If your boy Isn't old enough to have well-defined tastes of his own, he soon will be, and it will depend on you to a great extent whether his tastes are good, bad or in different It is just as im portant to you and to the boy that his taste be properly educated as it is that he is given lessons in grammar. There Isn't much difference between the cost of dressing him well and the expense of attiring him in clothes that no boy can take a pride in. You certainly can have no reason for hesitating while we are offering Boys' Handsome Dress Suits, - AGB 4 TO 14, At $3, $3 50, $4 and $5. These suits are exclusively made for us and we can safe ly guarantee every suit In Our Men's Clothing Department we have this week placed for the benefit of the OLD SOLDIER Our own make splendid G. A. R. Suits at $3 and $10. G. A. R. White Vests at 75c. (These are washable.) G, A, R. Caps at 69c. " G. A- R- Hats at $1 39, with cord. Your inspection is cordially requested. Clothiers, Tailors, Hatters and Furnishers, 954 and 956 LIBERTY ST., Star Corner. mv2V33-jrwsu Decoration Day she hk M.1HI9., WILL CLOSE IT my27-U (crmL AETIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER, M SIXTH STREET. Cabinets, $3 to M per dozen; petltes, 11 per dozen. Telephone 17SL acS-73-MWjaa :FA.T:EKna:s, O. D. LEYI9, Solicitor of Patents, 181 Fifth av., above 8mtthfleld, next leader offloe-Nodelgy. Established 20 years, sea RSMSiH UAH'S N NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. rs Light Colored Derbys Have captured the town. The Union Square. The Schenley. Prices, $1 90, $2 40, $2 90, $3 40. The fact that thousands of our light colored Derbys now adorn the intel lectual craniums of our Pittsburg gen tlemen is the best indorsement which their merits could have possibly re ceived. Styles as well as shades have by (heir originality and correctness received tne highest encomiums from a fair minded and discriminating public. To this mqst be added our famous factory prices they have been our best advertisers. RUBEN, The Hatter and Furnisher, 421 and 423 SmiMeld St mySl-WTSu WM. GRABOWSKY. Hats and Bonnets renovated and. Into tnls season's styles. Good as ne' OVER 50 NEW SHAPES For Tour Selection. Prompt, neat work a specialty. Ostrich Tips and Flnmes cleaned and dyed. Satis faction given always. WM. GRABOWSKY, 707 Penn Ave, Opp. Penn Building. Mall orders promptly filled. myM-wsn OH. TVEEL SUPPIJES. Artesian Wells. For household and mechanical purposes, Prices on application. DAEHAGH PTXBE WATER CO., ja31-43-i 107 First av., Plttebunf. M. V. TAYLOR; oa wexjIl, srrj?yx.uES. The Celebrated ALLISON TUBING AND CASINO ALWAYS IN STOCK. BOOHS 85 and 36 fidelity building. Phone 797, myT-D mm k ishes, FORGE MB MACHINE SHOP AND MANUFACTUEEB3 OF Oil and Artesian Well Drilling and Fishing Tools, Comir Twtnly-first Strett and A. V. B, R. Telephone No. 1222. PITTSBUKG, PA. ial-3-n MAX ENGINES -&XD- The best .Oil "Well Machinery In th world. All sizes of Engines and Boilers. Also all sizes Stationary Engines and Boil ers. "Write for prices. ' " Offices la Pittsburg, Washington and But ler. Always write or telegraph to Corrj Office. .JAMES M. LAMBING, BOLE AGENT, COEBT, PA. Pittsburg office telephone No. 293. jnh5-o STANDARD OIL CO., PITTSBURG, PA. BRANCH OFFICES: Standard Oil Co., Wheeling, W. Va Standard Oil Co., Cumberland, Aid., Standard Oil Co., Altoona, Pa., Capital City Oil Co., Harrlsburg, Pa. We manufacture for home trade the finest grades of lubricating and illuminating oils. Onr facilities are such that our statement that we furnish all oils standard for quality everywhere cannot be disputed. ODB BEFINED OIL LIST Water"Whlte, ISO. Prime White, 130. Standard White, 110. Ohio Legal Test. Ohio Water White Legal TesS. Carnadine (red), 150 Test. Olite, 150 Tost. OUR NAPTHA LI8T: Deodorized Naptha for varnish makers, painters and printers. Gas Napthns for gas companies. Deodorized Stove Fluid for vapor store burners. Fluid, 74 gravity, for street lamps, burn ers and torches. .. Gasoline, 80, SS and 80 gravity for gas ma chines. OUR LUBRICATING OILilST TnnlndM tllAflnAafchranrtJl of Cylinder, Engine, and Machinery Oils, . Neutral Oils. Miners Oils, Wool Stocks. P&vafflne Oil, Paraffin e Wax. Summer and Cold Test Black Oils. Signal and Car Oils. , , Mica Axle Grease, Railroad and Mill Grease and Arctlo Cup Grease. Where It Is -more convenient, yon may order from our Branch Offices, from which points deliveries will be made. STANDARD 'OIL COMPANY, Cor.Duquesne Way and Eighth Street, B.V19-B PITTSBURG, TA, sf sb? I?f 9!$ 'a? 5f OIY BOMBS NEW ADVEETBKKKNTS. KAUFMAflNS' STORE WILL GLOSE AT NOON ON DECORATION DAY. MEN OfPITTSpURG and ALLEGHENY Wisrr to Appear at their best on Decoration Day will be glad to leam that special1 preparations to supply their demands have been made by Whether you desire a Suit, a Hat or some Furnishings, you're bound to find just what you want at a matchlessly low price. Try it. Sic eSjf Mil lA "iii ' i' C' i -35.. Thousands of Men Will Wear Straw Hats on Decoration Day. This accounts for the mountains of Stylish Straw Hats heaped up here for your selection this week. And any Hat you may pick will cost you scarcely more than half the price you would have to pay else where. Yacht Hatsx5oc, 69c, 75c, 980 The latest Beat Brim and Man illa Hats oroDortionatelv cheao. Bkr stock of Bovs' Sailor and Yacht Hats. Don't fail to see them. Our Fraislg Goods DGiartmt Is replete with special Decoration Week Bargains. We merely mention the following few to give you an idea of the wonderful values offered: Men's fine quality Domestic Balbriggan Underwear, made with French neck, more durable than the more costly imported goods, AT 39c. Men's fine French Balbriggan Underwear, imported for this season, equal to any regular $1 goods; our price ONLY 53c. Men's fast-color domestic cheviot Outing Shirts; wear well, wash well, look well; this Decoration Week ONLY 35c. Men's half wool and half linen, Saratoga Brand, Outing Shirts, very cool, weight 3 ounces; PRICE THIS WEEK, 50c. Men's fine Negligee Shirts, have laundried collar and cuffs; come in checks and stripes; actual value, $ 1 50; AT ONLY $1. Men's fast black Jersey Outing Shirts, very extensively worn this season; sold elsewhere at $1; onr-PRICE 39c. Men's celebrated Otis Shirts, advertised by a certain firm as a "matchless" bargain for 83c; our PRICE ONLY 77c. Men's stylish Teck and 4-in-Hand Scarfs, made of exquisite French summer silks; DECORATION WEEK PRICE, 23C. Men's fine Silk Puff Scarfs, very latest shapes, sold by furnishing goods dealers at $1; our PRICE ONLY 39c. Men's Guyot Suspenders, the most popular make sold, in plain colors or stripes; regular price scJ OUR t PRICE 25c. Men's celebrated Manhattan Dress Shirts, very fine linen bosom, open front and open back; worth 1 5; AT ONLY $1, pnrri We give a snake design Belt or Windsor Tie gratis with every " llEE I flannel shirt costing 75c or more. in We're headquarters for White and Fancy Vests, and, during this week, will offer some most exceptional bargains. . GB11EST PBESBHT II COMPLETE WORKS, In gold engraved covers, beautifully illustrated and sub stantially bound, FREE With every suit costing 10 or more. Strangers Visiting Pittsburg on Decoration Day, And who may wish to do some shopping while in the city are cordially re quested to visit our store in the morning, as we shall close at 12 o'clock sharp. KAUFMAN NS' Fifth Ave. and Smithfield St 'fHnaybebrue whsanrertirens irm&un De rruear.wn0.r4x mai -ooy. BBLK dn4nrQ t? .ISttSfl S KTZO ll O. - IV is & solid c&JojTOcojrtti&g sa&p-- For many years SAPOLIO has stood as the finest and best article of this kind in the world. It knows no equal, and, although it costs a trifle more its durability makes it outlast two cakes of cheap makes. It is therefore the cheapest in the end. 'Any grocer will supply ttat a reasonable price. ' WHO FiH6Snitsfor$10. We have Suits at 25 and Suits-at $5, but for first-class Bargains we. unhesitatingly rec ommend the goods we shall offer thisweekat $10. Theyaremade of strictly all wool, fashionable materials, and the cheapest one iathe lot would find quick and ready sale at $ 14, while many are worth every cent of S15, $16 and even 517. And yet we 'say, come in tnis wees ana taice your choice for 5 10! Grand Army Men shouldn't forget that in this 10 bargain line are in cluded several hundred extra fine quality, regulation cloth, G. A. R. -Suits, warranted not to fade, and for which other deal ers ask $15. THE YAUHT MAT. JJUC. in Dut one 01 tne "y Soa things awaiting you. ras EVER GIfl MY! A WORD CAUTION We have but a limited number of Shakespeare's left, and would ask everybody who wants to secure this grand gift to call at once. No library com plete without it.