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Smart L Silberberg.
HUD CLE&MNCS -in Event of Great Importance. Tne power of mooey saving will be particularly manifest at this sale. Thousands ofdollare' worth of Women's Misses' and Children's shoes will be closed out at price lower than same can be bought at the lactoriea to day. Several different line of aa many different gradea we hate determined to cloae out entirely. We realiie that to do this and make a clean sweep we must make a considerable sacrifice, but Mr. Payo-, our new shoe man, insists. He naturally wants to begin the next season with a clean new stock of his own selection, hence bis demand that this sacrifice be made. This will be a memorable event a remark .bte sale of good, wearable foot wear at prices below actual cost. A lot of Infant' Soft Solo, button and lace, in several colors regular HSc grade, we will close them out at lso pair. A lot of Infant's aoft sole, In white, pink, tan, red, wine, black and patent letther regular 50c, at 37o a pair. 110 pairs of Child's red, tan, and black kid and a few patent leathers, in lac and button, size I to 6, -hoes that aold for 60c 60c, 7.V and 8Hc, at 47c a pair. 87 pairs of Child'a Kid, lace and button, in red tan and black, hand turned soles, wedge heel, sir.es 5 to 8, 80c, II and f 1.25 ahoea, at 7Sc a pair. 201) pairs of rblld'skid.lace and button, In four sines, all sizes e) to II, but mostly narrow widlb, regular $1.25 and fl.&0 shoes, at 07c pair. A Child'a Kid Oxford, patent tip, spring heel, aires 8 to 11, at UOo a pair. The same in Misses' slr.es Hi to 2, at 95c a pair. Misses and Children's kid and patent leather atrap sandals, sizes 5 to 8 75c, S to 11 85c, 11 to 2 Hoc. IlKOKEX LOTS. 94 pairs of Women'e kid and patent leathers, button and lace, regular $2.50 and $.1 shoes; eight styles in all, but not all fires in every style, at f 1.8U a pair. The above apace I too small to mention all the good things we have to offer to Shoe Buyers, but we want you to come and see SMART & SILBERBERG, OIL CITY, PA. lilRfflffllS GAY Thousands of Marching Republi cans Attend State Convention! AND HARMONY WILL PREVAIL There la Every Reaaon to Believe the Nominees Will Be Triumphantly Elected By Large Majorities In No vember Next (Special Correspondence.) Harrlsburg, June 10. The city Is thronged with Republicans In attend ance upon the state convention, which will be held here tomorrow. Each candidate is backed by thous ands of boomers and they are all full of confidence. The city la gaily decorated with bunting and the streets are filled with marching hosts, with banners flying and all bedecked with badges Indicat ing their respective favorites. The Elkinttes are pretty generally lo cated about the Hotel Lochiel, while the supporters of Judge Pennypacker, and especially the Philadelphia delega tions, are at the commonwealth. The state committee meets this af ternoon to make up the temporary roll and tonight the platform makers wnl have a conference to complete their la bors preparatory to submitting a draft of the platform to the committee on resolutions in the morning. The convention leaders of all shades of opinion on the governorship are a unit in their purpose to make the Pennsylvania platform typical of the state, and the Importance of the party organization the greatest In the coun try, and the most Influential In the national Republican party. The administration of President Roosevelt will, of course, be cordially Indorsed. Ine policy of the president in recognizing the Independence of Cuba will he pointed to as anoiaer evl dence of the Integrity of the American nation and of how the American peo ple keep their word. It will be pointed out that the pol icy of the Republican party will be to give the same degree of Independence to the Inhabitants of the Philippines an soon aa they shall show their ability to govern themselves. The conduct of the American arms at home and abroad will be praised, and the present prosperity of the coun try will be attributed to the success of the Republican party. Conditions of today with those of un der Democratic rule will no doubt be contrasted and continued prosperity will be assured to the people. The great problem for the control of organized capital will without doubt be touched upon. There will naturally be a strong Indorsement of the action of the Roosevelt administration In Its proceedings against the beef trust. TO REMEMBER M KINLEY. The memory of President McKlnley will not be forgotten. A plank has been prepared whit h, if adopted by the convention, will fittingly express the sense of sorrow and reeret of the citi SALE OF SHOES I 38 pairs of Women'a kid lace. In two styles, light weight and medium heavy soles, a regular $1,50 shoe, at 1 1.23 a pair 40 paira Women's patent kid Blucher Oxfords, mat. kid quarters, Goodyear welt sole, fair stitcn, cuuan neei-- iegu lar $3 ahoe, at $2.49 a pair. 2iO pairs Women'a patent calf lace shoea in four styles, ngtii weignv ami iiravj solo, regular $2.50 shoes, at Sl.iK a pair. All fcl 50 and 14 Oxfords and Colonials, in patent kid, dongola kid, dull kid and calf, at $3.19 a pair. 400 paira Women'a Oxford's, In patent calf aud kid, regular $2.50 shoes, at $1.89. 15 dozen Whittemore'a French Gloss shoe polish, regular price 15c, at 9c a but. All Misses' shoes greatly reduced in price, all leathers, lace and tuition. A very large stock of Little Gent's shoea, in all gradea, at pricea that will In teres! you. 500 paira boys' shoes, In box calf, wax calf, vici kid and velour call, aires 2J to 5, regular fl.oo and Il.io shoes, at $1.4!. Two dozen paira boys' velour calf shoes, (roodyear welt solo, a regular $3 ahoe, at $2.48. Hoys' Youth's and Little Gents' Ox fords greatly reduced in price. A lot of bovs' shoes. In broken lots. sizes 2 to 5, regular $1.50 and $1.75 shoes, al $1.39 a pair. 12 dozen Whittemore's Gilt Edge shoe polish, 25c the world over, at 15c a bottle, for yourself. zens of Pennsylvania over the loss of President McKlnley, who was so dear to the hearts of the Republicans of Pennsylvania, There are a dozen or more subjects which have been proposed for reference In the platform, but it will not be until alter the leaders get together and care fully go over the whole subject that an accurate forecast can be given. It Is believed that the convention will he harmonious, t'p to date the best of good feeling has prevailed and there is no good reason why the work of the convention should not pass oft quietly and with the outcome assuring the triumphant election of the entire Republican ticket. The Democratic state convention will be held at Erie on the 25th Inst. There Is a big row brewing among the member of the minority party. Some of the workers want Pattlson to run for governor and many say they do not want him, as he had his share of honors from the Democratic party and they believe in handing the honors around. There is a strong element In favor of Guthrie, of Allegheny, and others favor former Judge Gordon, of Phila delphia, who Is today stronger with the Democrats of Philadelphia than Is Pattlson, in the opinion of some of the leaders in the Democratic party. The Gordon element have no tlm for Pattlson and Pattlson men have no time for Gordon, so between the two there Is liable to be some hot fighting at the coming state convention. RAILWAY MAPS. A nisirromleil I'nu.r iiarr'a ommrta on the Rlraluhl Line Variety. "Look nt thnt," enld tin 111 nntiired passenger, pointing to n liirnc limp on the wall of the railway station, "isn't thnt nn alwniiiinhlc friiudV" "Wlinfs the mutter with It?" iiRkcd his mild coiiipnnlon. "Look how It Is distorted," wild the other. "There Is u limp of n railway system from t'lilcngo t.t New York. It Is mnde to njipoar ns following a straight line between thine two cities, nnil yet on the in; p It uppciirs to pas? throiiL'h every large town within &K) miles of that line. "Just notice that towns like Cincin nati and Cleveland nre so misplaced as to npK'!ir only a few miles apart, and Nashville, Tenn., Is pulled iHK) miles from Its renl locution. I wonder they have not trnnioi-1cd New Orleans a thousand mill's northeast, so as to bring It on the line of their railway fraud. "Congress ought to take hold of this fake." he continniil. "and punish heav. lly every railroad that Issues n dis torted iniip."-Cliicngo Inter Ocean. Ills Momentary Surprise. "Your vote iu favor of this meusure," said the lobbyist, "would be worth mil lions to you" "Hardly so much as thntT' gasped Senator (irtiphtcr, his ringers working convulsively. "in the consciousness of having done your duty to your countrymen." The eager lilit died out of the sena tor's eyes, and he relapsed Into his former aiiatby.-Cliitago Tribune. LABORJSJIIEAD Penrose's Committee on Immigra tion Has Important Hearing. KEEP THE CHEAP LABOR OUT That la Demand Which It Is Pro posed to Meet By Measures Now Pending Before the United States Congress. (Special Correspondence, i Philadelphia, June 10. Every work ingman, every employer of labor, every wage earner and every capitalist must necessarily be Interested in the legis lation which Is now before congress calling for the restriction of Immigra tion. Senator Boies Penrose, as chairman of the committee on Immigration of the United States senate, presided over an Interesting meeting of that commit tee a few days ago, when the Shattuck bill regulating the entrance of immi grants into this country and seeking to bar objectionable persons, was re vived and a hearing was given rep resentatives of workingnien's organi zations and other organizations Inter ested In the restriction of immigra tion. Senator Penrose has been a leader In the movement for the restriction of immigration, and he is confident that there will be remedial legislation passed before the end of this session of congress. Charles H. Lltchman, who was ono of the organlzera of the Knights of Labor, and who has been Interested in labor organizations for many yeara, was ono of the star witnesses before Senator Penrose's committee. Mr. Lltchman spoke of the great need of curtailing the number of Immigrants coming to this country from Southern Italy. Austria-Hungary and Poland. He said he recognized the fact that this country has grown to Its present pros porous condition largely through the labor, the industry and the enterprise of immigrants who came here 30 or 40 years ago. Since 181)0, however, he said, fully five millions of Immigrants have land ed In this country, four millions of whom should never have been per mitted to set foot on these shores. He said that In recent years the un desirable Immigrants have been set tling In the large cities of New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Illi nois, and that there is serious danger to the peace of the country and to life and property of our citizens from the people huddled In these settle ments. He said the Knights of Labor had begun the agitation against the indis criminate admission of immigrants by bringing about the passage of the law prohibiting the Importation of labor under contract. LABOR MUST RE CONSIDERED. This was a good move, but by far a more Important measure today would be one to Veep from this country the hordes of undesirable foreigners who are coming into competition with American labor and endangering the Institutions of the country. He spoke of the combinations of cap ital into trusts and the amalgamation of labor throughout the country, and with these two great contending forces It was eminently proper that the de mands of labor should be recognized by congress, so that capital should not have an unfair advantage through the Importation of cheap labor. He demanded that not only should there be restrictions at the great pea- ports of the country, but that there should be a more efficient service on the Canadian border, where thousands of Immigrants who have been stopped at New York, Philadelphia and Bal timore, ultimately find their way Into this country. Senator Penrose frequently Inter rupted Mr. Lltchman and showed keen interest In the subject and a desire to have the committee fully enlighten ed as to e- lstlng conditions, so that he could have the hearty co-operation of his colleagues In pressing for the passace of the bill. Senator Penrose expressed the opin ion thnt n majority of the congress men will be favorable to the bill, but that there will undoubtedly be objec tions to some of Its provisions. EDUCATIONAL TEST. The educational test, which requires an immigrant to he able to read part of the constitution of the United States In some language before he or she shall he admitted to this country, was generally favored by those who appeared before Senator Penrose's committee. The gonernl thought was that this restriction would bar out a large per centage of the most undesirable classes of Immigrants. There Is one provision of the bill which a number of the congressmen are opposing. It is that Introduced by Senator Penrose himself. It prohibits the sale of intoxicating liquors within the enclosures where immigrants are detained p-ndlng examination for their fitness to et.ter the country. Even the chief Immigrant Inspector, Mr. Williams, from New York, opposed Senator Penrose in this particular. He Informed the senator that h1? saw no reason why the sale of beir should be prohibited there and allowed In New York city. He told of instances In which mothers gave their children beer Instead of milk from bottles. Senator Penrose wanted to know If it were not true that while liquor was being freely sold, it was difficult to purchase milk at the New York sta Hon. To this the reply was made that while that had been complained ol some time before, the matter had been remedied. Senntor Penrose has received sev eral thousand le'trs of commendation for his action In Introducing this clause for the prohibition of the sale of liquor at immigrant stations. They come from members of the Women's Christian Temperance Unions and similar organizations throughout the country. "When a man says he has his opin ion of another man," says the Miuia yunk philosopher, "you can put It down nun mighty poor opinion." Phil udclphlu Record. DISCUSSING GRAIN TAX. Chancellor Said It Was Imposed Foi Revenue Only. London, June 10. Duilng the de bate on the finance bill In the hou-e of commons the grain tax came In for much criticism. Sir William Vernon Harcourt, Liberal, demanded to know whether the government Intended the tax as a war revenue measure pure and simple or whether It was Intended to be a lever to aid In the negotiation of preferential treaties with foreign countries. The chancellor of the exchequer. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, replied that the grain tax was Imposed for revenue only; but he absolutely, without pre judice to the discussion which would take place between the colonial pre miers In London, and which he hoped would have good results In pro moting free trade between this coun try and the colonies, altogether dis claimed the interpretation that the Canadian premier. Sir Wilfred Lau rler, had put on the grain tax. He did not see why free trade with the colo nies should Involve Increased duties on the part of foreign nations, "but," the speaker added. "If we could have free trade with the colonies, even some sacrifices in that direction might be made." Balloon Fell In Sea. Toulon, France. June 10. Lieuten ant Baudlc ascended from here Mon day morning in a balloon belonging to the Naval Aerostatic Park. The ballcon Went to the eastward to sea and was followed by two torpedo boats. The latter signalled that the balloon had fallen Into the water and that lieutenant Baudic had disap peared. MARKET REPORT. New York Provision Market New YorR, June 9. WHEAT No. 2 red. 7S407!c f. o .b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, SO Vc f. o. b. afloat. CORN No. 2 corn. 70jc f. o. b. afloat. OATS No. ! oats, 4fic; No. I white, 51 He; track mixed western. 4fiJf4Sc; track white. 4'.iI'55e. PORK Mess, $l8.25jf 19.00; family, $19.250 19-50. HAY Shipping, C0(565c; good to choice. 90 95c. BUTTER Creamery, extras. 22c; factory, lbHS'lS'Uc; imitation cream ery, western fancy, 2'c. CHEESE Fancy large white, 10c; small white. 0c. EGGS State and Pennsylvania 184 19c, POTATOES New York, sack. $1.75. Buffalo Provision Market. Buffalo, June 9. WHEAT No. 1 northern. 76-c: winter wheat. No. 2 red S3c. CORN No. 2 corn, C7c; No. 3 corn, 6GV1C OATS No. 2 white, 49Hc; No. 3 mixed. 46c. FLOUR Spring wheat, best patent, per bbl., $4.25 4.50; low grades. $2.5063.00. BUTTER Creamery, western, ev t:a tubs, 22c; state and Pennsyl vania creamery, 21V422c; dairy, fair to good. 19 g 20c. CHEESE Fancy full cream, 11c; good to cholco, lOjjlOc; com mon to fair, 9 10c. EGGS State, fresh fancy, 17c. TOTATOES Fancy, per bushel 65 70c. East Buffalo Live Stock Market. CATTLE Best steers on sale, $7.30 7.60; good to choice shipping steers $6.75 G.90; coarse, rough but fat steers. $3.50 6.75; choice to smooth fat heifers, $6.00J?6.50; common to fair heifers, $4.004.75; good butc'ier bulls. $5.155.50. SHEEP AND LAMBS Wirter lambs, choice to best. $7.15 7.50; fair to good, $G.757.10; choice to handy wethers. $j.5O5.S0. HOGS Mixed packers' grades, $7.27.30; medium hogs, $7.357.45; choice 223 lbs and upwards, $7.45 7.50. Buffalo Hay Market. HAY Timothy, loose, No. 1 per ton, $13.50 14.00; timothy, prlmo loose baled. $14.0u14.50; timothy No. 1 baled, $13.60 14.00. Little Falls Cheese Market Little Falls, N. Y., June 10. On the dairy market today the sales of cheese were: Large colored, 1 lot of 59 boxes at 9V4c; small white, 8 lots of 410 boxes at 9c; small white, 13 lots of 862 boxes at 9',4c; small colored, 9 lots of 540 boxes at 9c; small colored, 12 lots of 1.345 boxes at 9',4c; twins, col ored, 4 lots of 297 boxes at 9c; twins, colored. 5 lots of 273 boxes at 9Vic; twins, white, 10 lots of 6'ifl boxes at 9e; twins, white, 9 lot. of 450 boxes at 9c. BUTTER Sixty-four packages of creamery butter sold at 22c; gool dairy butter remains at about the former range of values, 2i(i22c. Utica Cheese Market Utlca, N. Y., Juno 9. The following vere the sales on the Utica board of rrade today: Large white, 2 lots of 90 boxes at 7c; large white. 1 lot of 50 boxes nt ic; large colored, 54 lots of 3.8 " boxes at 9V4c; large colored, 6 lots r.f 579 boxes at 9c; small white, 7 lots of 540 boxes at 9'ic; small white. 2 lots of 100 boxes at 9c; small col sred. 28 lots of 1,970 boxes at 9V4C BUTTER Creamery, 15 package" sold at 22c; 240 packages at 23V4c; 11 packages at 23c; 900 one-pound prints at 23c. An Art Swindle. Customer When I bought Ibis pic ture you had n placard on It, "Original by Rubens," mid now I find It Is only a copy. Dealer But, my dear sir, (he original Is by KiiIh-iib, nevertheless, Isn't it? New York Times. rirnannt For the Caller, "Mamma is dressing." "Why, she needn't have dressed just for me, dearie." "Klit knows that, but she said the more time she killed in dressing the less time you'd have to boro her." In diaiiuiHills News. S500 REWARD WILL BS PAID AT ONCE To any person or persons pnving the following statements uot genuine. Note also thecures aro pkkmankst. Cured of Bright' Disease 16 Years. I had been trouble! with kidney ami liver complaint. 1 suirer.nl with a dull, heavy paiu across thi back. I hail Sradually beeoau' all r.ia down. A great eal of the tinu- my stomach was tilled with gas, I wa growing very nerviUK and was constantly siiiLring with head ache. Finally I discovered a white stringy sediment in my urine which frightened me, for I knew then I had Bnght's disease. 1 began taking Thoiup soil's Barosuia at once ami three bottle! seemed to cure me, but to insute a per manent cure I tojic three hollies more Although this was sixteen years sgo 1 have had uo b .id symptom since aud hav been perfectly free from pain. FRANK STl'ROIS. Aug- '3. 'SS. Sturtevant, Craw. Co. Pa. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured Six Yearj Ago. Six ream hko la.it fall I W31 a great nuftrrei (rr.m jiciiilic rlK-um.ilism. tmii; m m kuiucyi ud rmittiiw down my thii-h, tli.tilinti me tin r tny kind uf woric. aiid w.is cunii-clli-d t" wall with a cant to relieve tny pain. I llr.it a ot -o.ut ( Ihe wonderful cure i.mde liv ThoiniKon't HaroiimA, 1 !oiit;M a bottle, aud to my il liht, the fcoad tloe iremni In act upon m kidneys nt once, and the )Min hecail to leave In one week nf.er 1 coniinencci t.ikiiut Bar ki-.i t rode one hundred and titty mile in a buggy without any inconvenience and hive lieeu A wkll man kvi:k hincr. V ill a nwer any ques lion to those who suffer as I did. K. i! 11 Kim State of Pennsylvania, Crawford Co. as: Sworn aud su'ncriUM before mebv Ihe abovi named athaul lais loth d.iy of Decciutier, A. I ia'7. RKUUKS C T iv F T. J. t. Atl druggists, il.oj a bottle or six foi fo.oo. TIONESTA STEAM LAUNDRY It In full operation ami itrepnrctl lo lo your Work in the IliKhtftt Style or the Art. Our work compares favorably with the Guest to be had anywhere. We are tilted in modern style aud our machinery is of the newesl pattern fur doing first clsss work. We ask trial and will guarantee perfect satis faction. PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST Tioiiestn Ktrnui Laundry. New Silverine Watch rae traded for Old Silver '.Canes III any condition. Old watches taken, In ex change for new ours ii. T. .iMM'.HSOX, Anderson A O'llara barber shop, Tioiifmla, I'a UH. t t.SSk.H ti biieumatlamJ KIDNEY" 1 kacbej irotasviS OravolJ BACKACHE All Bidder and sOTTTUl Weeks For 25-Cts. For th brigntort, wff(t we'T iPitlii pnpetr nonaiBsjw for iRiism authoriir OB liiuri ixjiUinirit lists Hn.Trp ShftUnf. Uilllirda and kidrwtlip"rti. Th lt pierf t kind pnhiitbM, rrthorofTOM of Inirodnrinf it i w !clt(i, w will niiI It thirteen wthf"r?.', (atenpi). SampUooprlrM. AddriM, . (iportlitir Life, 75 llantlo IIIiIk, TbllM Ps August Mqscjs ,C7 OFTICIAK Oftice ) "X National Hank HiiililiiiK, OI r. CITY, PA. Even examined free. ExiMiiHivfily optical. CALIFORNIA COLORADO AND UTAH. Chcnpett Exntraion Rate ever iu effect to points Went and Northwest, l'eriton ally Conducted I'ulliiian TniiriNtSleepInK Car Kxcurnion from Chicago and Cin cinnati every week. Kleirant Through Hlfcplng Car Service and (jtiickefct Time to HOT SPRINGS. ARK. Pullman Ih ntnnr Unom Slerprr, Free Reclining Chair Cam, linlfet-Library HmokiiiK Cam, Cafe Dining Cars (meals a la cartn). Doubla Daily Service and most direct Route to the famous BEAUMONT.TEX., OIL FIELD Double Dally Service and uiiHiirpaHaed K'luiiuiieiit to all pointx In Tennensee, MiKHisaippi, loiiixiana, Arkanvaf, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, Texas, MEXICO, Arizona, New Mexico, Iowa, Soulli Da kota, Nehranka, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washing ton and HritiHh Columbia. HmiiejierkrrM' fo-citrton and Colonial1 tickets nn Rale to points West, Southwoxt and Northwest. Write To-dni for descriptive mat ter and full partieulaiN to E. A. RICHTER, Trav. Pass. Ant. 811! I'ark Huilding, Pittsburg;, I'a. 13 n .. in 1 3f The Open Season In all sorts of Farm tod Garden Machinery, Tools tod Implements is here, and bete is where you get fitted out iu the best and moil satis factory manner and always al the smallest cost. Our Line Of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and the like, and our slock of gar den hoes, rakes, spades, forks, etc , is not surpassed io any respect. No Flies Get through our Screen Doors and Windows, and they are ornLmen tal as well as useful. And no chickens bresk through our Poultry Netting, and it sells cheap. Id all kinds of Shelf and heavy Hardware we take the lead as usual, aud save ynu mooey oil every article, as old customers will tell you. COME .AJSTD SEE US. SCOWDEN & CLARK. County Phone 22. TIONESTA, PA. MARIENVILLE HARDWARE & MACHINE COMPANY. SINCE THE FIRE. We have moved our stock of Hardware into the ma chine shop where we are prepared to wait 00 customers at of yore. Our machinery was unharmed aud we ran do your work tame as ever. A gond line of saws, aies and beliiiig, saved from the fire, and your wants in all other material will be promptly supplied. Hardware, Mill SupplU'it, etc. . . . Mill Much nery ItcjKttrcd Prompt- ly. Shaft hi j. Puller ami Pillow JtloelcM Fa I'll l.ihed on Short Not lee. NEW AND COMPLETE LINE OF RUBBERJND LEATHER BELTING t Shelf Hardware, Iron, Nails and Tools at the Lowest Market Trice. Stoves of all kinds, ret feet Olive Ranges a Specishy; Guaranteed to Bike. Aies, Pee vy Cant Huoks, cpuds, Atkius' Hand Crnscut, Band and Circular Saws, Relumed it Uualiafactory. Abra sive Emery Wheels. E. A. YETTER. MANACER. MARIENVILLE, PA. w A T C H E S Not to Burn, But to sell. All kinds of Watches, except poor ones. All kinds of Prices, except high prices. The LEADING JEWELER. 32 SENKCA St., OIL CITY, PAJ THE VISIBLE WRITING OLIVEE TYPEWRITER Shows every word aa written; aligns perfect ly, and needs least re pa;r. Write for cata logue and get name of nearest representative. Agents io all leading cities. The Oliver Typewriter re ceived the Gold Medal, High est Award, at the Buffalo Ex position. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO. 107 Lake St., Chicago, III 2)l-C-. Ai w (l H Ml Fred. (Jrcttcnbcrgor OENKhAIi BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work iiprtainiiiK to Machinery, Kn Kinoa, Oil Well Tonla, (la or Walor Klt liniPiandOiiiKiral lllu-kniiiitliliig prompt ly dune at Low Kata. HnpairiiiK Mill Marliinnry Ivon upecial attention, and atinfactinn KarantiHl. Khop in rear of and Jim t west of the Shaw House, Tidionte, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRKO. O R KTT KN II K 11(1 K It THE OLD RELIABLE j '? ' LIVERY STABLE, OK TIONESTA, - PENN. S. S. CANFIELD, PROPRIETOR. Good Stock, Oood Carriages and Bur fi oa to lot upon the iniwt reaiinable tar lint. Io will also do ctob tbehsto- All order left at the Hoat OIMrd wll receive prompt attention. The Calendar Saym "Summer 18 ALMOST Here." ARK you prepared with proper Cloth I11K? If you are not, don't delav another day; it you buy now, ynu will lind our ntm-k at its very heat, containini: every fH.ihlimable garment, made up from the Nrwfia Pallrraa mi Farrla anil ll.mr.llr l.lakl-M rlkl Fabric. Let us show them to you and convince you thnt we i-ell liettcr clothes at lower price than anyone elae in this part or the country, FASHIONABLE READY-TO-WEAR suns For nion and young men that will fit to perfection, 4 SI0SI2 $15 $13 AND $20. We can At, In thee Hults, men In every shape and proportion and guarantee you a Having of from ti.M to $.T Ml on each. NEUUCKK iSHlKTS-Th McCiien Co. model of Negligee Hhlrta make other look like thirty cents. STRAW HATS-AI1 the celebrated makoa are hero. Porto Hico and real Brazilian Panamas and all other faahinu able things. THEMcCUENCO. 2b AND 2U SENECA ST.. OIL CITY, PA. H OW aliotil your stork of Stationary f We do high class Job muling.