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THE
Smart k
STORES.
AUGUST SALE
OP BLANKETS
This is olio of iho most anxiously looked for events of the year our
regular August S ile of lilankotn, Comforters and Flannelettes. Thousands
know that at Smart & Silberuerg'a August Blanket Sale prices touch the
low-water mark.
WE RETAIL AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
During this August Sale we sell the Edwards Woolen Co' goods at just
the same prices that the largest wholesale houses in the land pay. This gives
you a chance to buy the best Blankets made in these Uuited Slates at a
great saving in price.
VERY SPECIAL.
100 pairs Edwards Woolen Co. AH-Wool Blankets, in seconds. That
is what the manufacturers call the run of the mill. They are practically,
and to all intents and purpnsej as good as auy, but there is some slight im
perfection in them, which classes them as seconds. They are the very best
grade of Blankets the Edwards M ilia are turuing out, which means they are
equal to any. If bought in any other store, a Blauket as good would cost
85 00. During this sale, $2 50 Per Pair.
200 Pairs Blankets, 50j a Pair.
Tan and Grey Blankets, $1 a pair.
Heavy Grey BUnkets of long, fine
cotton, $1 75 a pair.
50 Pairs Siverly Blankets, while hey
last $2 00.
Cotton Pilled Comforts at 81.
ALWAYS ASK FOR CO-OPERATIVE TRADING STAMPS.
SMART &
OIL CITY, PA.
50-P0SITI0NS-50
Filled by Our Students
During last school year.
12 Students
Accepted Positions During last June and July.
Do you want more argument to be convinced
that a business course is the proper thing.
Our school leads with an employment department.
Success Awaits Every Ambitious
Business College Student.
Business Men Want Our Students.
Enroll
Fall Opening, September 6, '04.
The Hoff Business Colleae
WARREN, PA.
The Leading
school of business:
shorthand and typewriting.
our specialty-a Jractical education.
Fall Term Opens
Tuesday, Sept. 6.
Prepare for business because it
para, and now is the time.
Call, or Address S.
Silberbersc
Ktlivnrd Woolen Co.Illan
kels at Mill Trices.
10 4 White All-Wool Blankets, $2.89
a pair.
10 4 Plaid Blankets, 83 25 a pair.
11-4 All-Won! Blankets, $3.1)8 a pair.
V 4 Uleached Sheets 50a.
SILBERBERG,
now for
Remember this in the only "Actual
Business Training School" in this
part of the State that will furnish
you with a special price for the tu
Uion during the month of August"
while the students are being selected'
L. BOYD, Prin.
GOT LIFE SENTENCE.
'udge Expressed Regret He Could Not
Impose Death Penalty on Mrs.
Batkln.
Fan Franolseo, Aug. 23. Mrs. Cor
Iclla Hotkin was sentenced by Super
or Judge Carroll Cook to life Impris
onment In the state prison at San
Quentln for the murder of Mrs. John
P. Dunning In Dover, Delaware, by
I leans of poisoned candy mailed from
this city.
In passing sentence, Judge Cook ex
pressed regret that ho could not im
pose the death penalty, aa the Jury In
Vs verdict had fixed the punishment.
Mrs. Hotkin received the sentence
without evidence of emotion. An ap
peal to the supreme court will be tak
en by her attorneys.
In Superior Judge Dunn's court At
torney Reese Clark asked that lnfoi
mntlon on flip there charging Mrs.
notkln with the murder of Ma Hen
rietta Dean, sister of Mrs. John P.
Dunning, bo dismissed on the grounds
of lack of prosecution. The case was
continued until Sept. 10.
Farmer Killed by Tornado.
Clark. S. D., Aug. 23. A tornado
struck Willow Lakes, destroying al
most the entire town and also build
ings In tho vicinity. A farmer named
Erlckson, living a mile west of Wil
low Lakes, was killed. Six or sjven
persons In Willow Lakes wore Injured
but none fatally. Nearly all store
buildings, tho churches, the school
house, railway station and a majority
of the dwelling houses are damaged
and some are demolished.
August Snowdrifts Foot Deep.
Raton, N. M., Aug. 23 Passengers
on a Santa Fe train today saw the
novel spectacle of a snowstorm In Au
gust, while crossing tho Vegas Pass,
near Las Vegas. The snow drifted 12
Inches deep In places and remained on
the ground several hours. Tho alti
tude there Is 9,000 feet.
MARKET REPORT.
New York Provision Market.
New York, Aug. 22.
WHEAT No. 2 red, t.l3',i f. o. b.
alloat; No. 1 northern Duluth, $1.204.
CORN No. 2 corn, CO'sC f. o. b.
afloat; No. 2 yellow, C21.ic.
OATS Mixed oats. 25 to Si '.r.s
SSH'ftMM.e: clipped white, 30 to 43
lbs.. 42ttirc.
PORK Mess, 3.50 13.73; family,
$14.50?rl3.0O.
HAV Shipping, C71jc; good to
choice, n.'o.
BUTTER Creamery, extras, 18(9
18'ic; factory, 1Hi l3c; western im
itation creamery, 13lSc.
CHEESE State, full cream, small
choice, 9c.
EOGS Strte and Pennsylvania
fancy. 2fiWc.
POTATOES Long Island, per obi.,
t.nOl.G2.
Buffalo Provision Market.
Buffalo, Aug. 22.
WHEAT No. 1 northern, car loads,
$1.28: winter wheat. $1.1"U.
CORN No. 2 white. OOVfce t. o b.
afloat: No. 2 yellow, CUsc.
OATS New, No. 2 white, 30c f. o.
b. afloat; No. 3 white, 3nic.
FLOUR Fancy blended patent
per bhl., $.":5(f?7 f.0; low grades, $4.25
5.00.
BUTTER Creamery western, ex
tra tubs. 19c; str.te and Pennsyl
vania creamery, 18e; daliy. fair to
good, 15fil5i4c.
CHEESE Fancy full cream, 9(f?
fc; good to e'.oiee, IMtSMc; com
mon to fair. 4(fTG':.
POTATOES Per bbi., 1.C01.90.
East Buffalo Live Stock Market
CATTLE Best steers on sale, $5.00
(fr!).50; fair to good butcher steers,
f4.0Offi4.2T; medium half fat steers,
$3.50f? 4.00; common to fair betters,
$2.503.0O; choice to extra fat heifers,
$4.25ff4.50; good butcher bulls, ?.i.2o
3.50; choice tc extra veals, $7 005?
7.S0; fair to good veals, $5.50.fT6.50.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Cholor
lambs, $rt.50'iTC."."; culls to common.
$3.75 4.25; year'ings, common to fair,
$4.004.50; mixed sheep, $3.75 1.25.
HOGS MixeO packers' grades,
$5.6555.70; medium hogs, $5.G0ffJ 5.70;
pigs, light, $5.f.05.75.
Buffalo Hay Market.
HAV Timcthy, per tons, loose,
$12.00i4.00; hay, prime on track.
$11.00g14.50; No. 1 do do. $12.00
13.00; No. 2 do do, $10.00011.00.
Little Falls Dairy Market.
Utlca, Aug. 22.
Sales of cheese on the Little Falls
dairy market today were:
Large colored, 1 lot of 37 boxes at
S'ic; largo colored, 4 lots of SCO
boxes at 8c; large colored, 1 lot of 70
Loxes at 7c; largo white, 1 lot of
75 boxes at 794c; small white, 11 lots
of 010 boxes at 8i4c; small colored, 10
lots of G04 boxes at 8V4c; small col
ored, 18 lots of 1,932 boxes at 8c;
twins colored, 1 lot of 70 boxes, pri
vate terms; twins white, 12 lots of
C53 boxes at 8V4c; twins white, 7 lots
of 377 boxes at 8c; twins colored, 9
lots of 559 boxes at 8c.
Utica Dairy Market.
Utiea, Aug. 22.
Sales of clieesu on the dairy market
today were:
Large while, 8 lots of 503 boxes at
7M-c; large colored, 22 lots of 1,837
boxes at 7',c; small white, 7 lots of
4.",5 boxes at So; small colored, 43 lots
of 4.055 boxes at Sc.
BUTTER 53 packages sold at
tSc.
Henilfi-.K HI On 11 Woi!:;i,
I only once l.eiiru Thackeray nlliide
to bis works and that I:i n serio
comic spirit, which amused both him
and us. "I was tnivelin;; on the
Rhine," bo said (in company no doubt
with "the Klckleliiir.VK"i, "and enter
ing one of tho hotels on the luniks, ex
hausted mid weary, I went Into tho
saloon and threw myself on n sofa.
There was n book on a little table close
by, and I opened It to find It was
'Vanity Fair.' I had not seen It sine;
I corrected the proofs, nnd I read a
chapter. Ho you know it seemed to
nie very amusing?" Dean Mule's
"Memories."
nr.ii'i1 oppvpi
J 11UI11 VUJULil
Republicans Preparing For Aggres
Blve Movement All Along Line.
THE IJ0T Or ORATORS MADE UP
Chairman Penrose and Secretary An
drews Hav the Plan of Campaign
Well Defined and Predict Dig
Victory.
Special Correspondence.
Philadelphia, Aug. 23. The Republi
can campaign in Pennsylvania hiiR bnn
formally opened, and it is predicted
that the Keystone state will, when the
votes shall bo counted In November,
continue to lead the column of Repub
lican states of the union by the sizo of
her Republican majority.
Work at headquarters of the Repub
lican state committee in this city lias
been under way for a week, and very
satisfactory progress has been male.
In the absence of Senator Boles Pen
rose, the chairman, Colonel Wesley K.
Andrews, secretary of the stnte com
mittee, has been in charge, and he ex
pects to have all the preliminaries of
the cauvass disposed of before tho
rhalrman shall return. There has bocu
a vast amount of correspondence al
ready with the chairmen of ths county
committees and other active Republi
cans throughout the f tate, nnd reports
received from various quarters indicato
that tho Republicans of this stnM are
taking a very lively interest In the
coming election, and that they will
continue to do so until the polls aro
closed on election day.
Hundreds of well-known Republicans
from the Interior of the stato and fro.'ii
the several wards of this city havs
called at the state headquarters and
volunteered their services for campaign
work. Many young men who have rot
heretofore taken a hand in polbics
have asked to be enrolled for org:inl
tatlon purposes, and a long list of ora
tors has been made up for Chairman
Penrose to call upon when occasion
shall require that thny be dispatched
to different parts of the state to address
mass meetings.
There aro a thousand and one thlngo
to be put into shape before the active
outdoor campaigning shall be inaugu
rated, and it Is this work that is en
gaging the attention of Secretary An
drews, who, with a score of stenogra
phers, is busy until late every evening
at the headquarters on Locust street,
above Eror.d.
This building is admittedly the opst
equipped and most desirable headquar
ters of any political organization in tho
country. The property hns been leased
by the Republican organization of
Pennsylvania for a number of years,
and It is admirably suited for the pur
poses for whlc h It is being used.
Since the last campaign the building
has been thoroughly renovated and
made more attractive In many ways.
Chairman Penrose and Secretary An
drews have adjoining oflices on tho
second floor, each with an outlook on
Locust street.
Chairman Penrose and Secretary An
drews had several conferences beforo
the senator departed on his vacation,
and tho plans for the campaign were
fully mapped out. Senator Penrose has
Just written home that he expects to
be back In this city by September 1.
He Is having an enjoyable time riding
on horseback in the wilds of Wyoming
and Idaho, and will without doubt re
turn In splendid health to take up tho
work of the chairmanship of the state
committee and press the campaign vig
orously during the last eight week or
the contest.
A meeting of 'the Republican statu
committee will be held on or about
September 12, at which nominations
will be made to fill vacancies on tho
presidential electoral ticket. Some of
those who were nominated for these
honors by the Republican state con
vention have been found to be ineli
gible for the position by reason of tho
fact that they are connected with na
tional banks. They must either resign
their positions in these financial in
stitutions or get off tho ticket. Some
will retire from the ticket, while others
have expressed a determination to
temporarily withdraw from their con
nection with national banks so that
they may have an opportunity to voto
In the electoral college for Roosevelt
and Fairbanks.
The meeting of the state rommltteo
will afford Chairman Penrose an oppor
tunity to personally confer with tho
active men from the different counties
and to have them report as to the con
dition of the party organization in
their respective districts.
There have been many calls for lit
erature bearing upon the present cam
paign, and as soon as tho national
committee shall be In a position to
meet this demand a eupply will be got
ten for distribution directly from tho
Btate headquarters In this city, fho
speech of Chairman Cannon, of tho
Republican national convention, and
copies of the national platform aro
among the documents for which the
greatest number of requests have been
received.
It is not Intended that the speech
making part of the campaign shall be
inaugurated before the middle of Sep
tember. At present there are so many
persons away on their vacation trips
that It would not be wise to hold po'lt
Ical meetings at this time. There will
be ample opportunity during tho
months of September nnd October to
hold all the meetings that shall be nec
essary to rally Republicans of tli:' old
Keystone state about their party stand
ard for the victory which Is assured in
Novomber nxt.
Pimples, Piles, Eczema
Cuts, Burns, Bruises,
Tetter, Halt Rheum, Ol.l Sores. I'leer,('lilllilalns
C'ulnrrh, Cnrnn, clmppeil IIiiihIk und l,in,
lioilw. carbuncles, I'Vlon, Itrhtng,
llleeilliiK, 1'r.itni'lliiK 1'ilis,
Insert ItiUN I'oisnn
Ivy. nml nil
S "111
Piseives nre enroll by
San-Cura Ointment
Whirh will op nt once that Itching, burn hi1. -pill
a. v .'iiitmntci' that Sunt urn Mm int-nl w til
nt heal a nit r snrvot tiny kind until I In fini-nii
la all rrimix 11; lltwi il hi ills lupiilly. 1'ivvvtitl
Performing Wonders.
Thompson's Barosma Kidney
and Uver Cure.
Is not only performing wondorful cures,
as the following statements will prove,
but all the cures have been permanont,
there being no return of the dlsenso or
any of tho symptoms even after a lapse
of many years. '
I was bloated and short of breath,
making it very laborious for mo to
walk. I (differed pain in my back and
sides. My stomach was also very sore
and throbbed with pain, I was told I
had kidney trouble and enlargement of
the liver and spleen. I finally began
tt.Mng Thompson's Uarosma and the
first bottle reduced tho measurement
uround my stomach from forty Inches
to thirty-six inches, and several bottles
completely cured mo. I glndly recom
mend it to others. This was Ave years
ago. M. S. I-ANGVV'ORTllY, Tryon
vllle, Pa
K. O. Owen, a prominent resident of
Troy Centre, Pa writes: "Ever since I
ran remember, for 20 years or more, my
bark troubled me. caused by Inflam
mation of my stomach and liver Ilrst.
then my kidneys became Involved. At
times the pain became excruciating.
Having used a lnfl.e number of so-called
cures, I finally found a complete cure In
Thompson's Ilarosmn, several bottles
reducing all Inllammntion nnd conse
quently curing the pain. Thanks to
Barsomn, I have been perfectly weil for
two years. My wife's health has great
ly improved by taking Uarosma. She
has gained In weight and the yellow
tint to her skin hns been replaced by a
fresher and healthier color."
All druggists. 50c and $1.
Tlmp nnil Money.
Whistler, on tho witness stuiul one
day, was asked the price he had ob
tained for a certain picture.
"One thousand guineas," said he.
"How long did It take you to paint
it?"
"About n day and a linlf."
"And do you mean to tell the court,
Mr. Whistler, that you have tho au
dacity to charge l.(XK) guineas for the
work of a day niul ii half?"
"Xo, sir; I ask It for the knowledge
of a lifetime."
II Didn't Work.
"Thls'll be good for a li.unii'Csl Miy
how," said young i'ow His Wild OtUs
to his pal. "Every young fellow nceus
n stake when he Is of age, so I'll send
tills telegram collect to the old man:
"'lear Father I tun twenty-one to
day nnd broke.' "
An hour later the fond father wired
collect:
"Po was I when I was twenty-one."
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in tho family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre.
Eared in two minutes. No boiling! no
akintr 1 add boiling water and set to
cool. Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers to-day. io cts.
A Hale of t'aiiou.
Or 75 bushels of com to the acre,
without the use of an ounce of fertili
zer is not au unusual yield from
lands in the famous Mississippi and
1870O Val eys, traversed by the Illi
nois Central Kailroad, the great
trunk line to the South,
Farmers desiring perfect climate,
best soil, sure crops and steady oiar
kets would do well to locate homes
now, fur prices are adfano titf in this
favored couutry. bend for illustrated
Iterature aud letters from farmers
who have gone South to slay and who
are perfectly sail.-tied to remain, h
A. Uichter, Pass, and Land Agent,
Illinois Central Kailroad, 010 1! '6
semer ISuilding, Pittsburg, Pa. if
The Vnlh-y ofllie.Mle.
Is oo richer than the t "e nil country
traversed by the Illinois Central
Kailroad in (he states of Tennessee,
Mississippi and Louisiana. North
ern farmers have awakened t this
fact and are rapidly settling here, fur
they appreciate the fact that the soil,
crops, climate, water, markets, etc ,
ate all that could ha esired and they
are buying laud while the prices are
yet very low. Write the undersigned
for free illusti atcil literature and Hud
nut fur yourself. E A. Uichter,
Pass, and Land Agent, Illinois Cen
tral Railroad, 617 Bessemer Building,
Pitlshurg, Pa. if
Fred. Orottenbcrgor
GENKRAL
BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST.
All work norluiniiiir to Machinery, tfn-
gines, Oil Well Tools, Oaa or Water Fit
tings and (louoral KlHckHmithitig prompt
ly done at JiOW KaUis, Kepairing Mill
M acli i nor v given special attention, and
satisfaction guaranteed.
Shop In rear ol and just west or the
Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa.
Your patronage solicited.
KRKD. d RKTT KN R K RO K R
SAFELY SECURED
We will Invest yiur money In
First Mortgages on Real Estate.
D. dLuGUsr Modern
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Otlicc ) fe i National Hunk Iluilding,
OIL CITY, PA.
Kyos examined free.
Exclusively optical.
SCOTCH NAMES.
The Itentou Tliry Aliiiiiinl Anionic ho
Creek nml t hi'i-okee IikIIiiun.
The prevalence of Scotch names with
the (.'reck and Cherokee Indians baa al
various times been the source of no ne
comment. AUIioukIi other uatlois,
und, In fact, nearly every nation, k
represented by the mimes borno by
these people, these Scotch names are
far more numerous and have sulTen.l
less change than those acquired from
any other mil ion. Tho names of some
of these Scotch Indians tire closely al
lied with the history of these two na
tions for the oust 100 vears. mill for
Heveral eneriitions such names as Mc
intosh, McKellop, MeCombs, Adlr,
lleljneen and MeCJIIIIvnry are reKlster
r.l on nearly all the treaties and oill
clal pupeni of moment to either na
tion. Men bearing these names today
lire unions? the foremost of the pro
gressive I milium.
As was stated, the origin of these
Scotch names dates back over 100
yenrs. At that time the Creek and
Cherokee Indiana more especially bent
their efforts toward building up a na
tion of physically perfect men. The
women were encouraged to mate only
with the strong. iv!ust men of the
tribe, and If a weak man withstood the
taunts and gibes of his fellows nnd re
mained there wns little chance of bis
securliiR n wife. In that way the life
of these people was almost Spartan.
While this sentiment was nt Its
height and the tribes were llvliijr in
(ieorgla, some time before the devolu
tion, a regiment of Scotch highbinders
was quartered in tho vicinity of ono
of the principal villages of the nations.
The Indian maidens looked with favor
j,.,;.l,;::T':i;;::,':"ffig;r'HP,iiiii:n;jii;.)
Acec(ablc PrcpnrAtion.ror As
similating Hie Food nnd Red ula -ting
the Stomachs and Uowis of
Tromolcs Dioslion.ClvcrruI
ness and rtcsl.Coiilains neillur
Opium.Morpliine nor Mineral.
KOTTiAUCOTIC.
W Seal-
Mx.StnMt
Altar,
tpmrint -
hmkryrrm Harm
ft
AprriVcl llcmedy forfonslipn
Hun, Sour Sloinarh.Dinrrlioca
Worms .Convulsions, Fevcrish
ncss mul Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
LXACT COPY OF WRAPPEa
I'alriiirrli .MllilnnI Km-nrl Train
lltiston to Sui Francitico via the Nick
el Plate road. A an escort to the
General Commanding audStalTun this
great trans-continental tour, uapecial
train w becu arranged, starling from
Jloston Sept. 8th, 1:00 p. in. via
Nickel I'lale to Chicago. For this
militant party, elaborate programs of
reception and entertainment are be
ing arranged at many points enroute.
Such opportunities fur pleasure and
entertainment enroute have never
been ollcred and the Chevaliers of the
Patriarchs Militant are now securing
their accommodations for this partic
ular train. The pleasure of the trip
sud train conveniences being extend
ed to all Odd Fellows and t hoi r
freinds. For detailed information
relative to this train, rates, etc , call
on local apent or A. C. Slmwalter, D.
P. A. 807 State St., Erie, Pa. 373-r7
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lullonnnnil Itiillittlon. Ituvnl' vour ImiiiKHl,
or wnil tc. In KlainpM fur Pnrlll-li'lnra. TrMI.
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Ciond Stork, (iiiixl CiiiiiiiLrnH nnd linir
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CTOIB TEAMIUG-
All onlorH loll at tlio 1'ont Ollioowil
receive prompt attention.
mm
on the nnriy men or hip norm or'rcoi
land, nnd n number of marriages was
the result. When the regiment wns or
dered back to Kughuid or lo some oth
er qunrter of the globe thero went
some of these Scotchmen who stayed
behind, nml their names have thus
been fixed In the annals of the Creole
nation. It Is through the Creeks that
the Cliernl.ees netnitrcd their Scotch
names. Okmulgee News.
Told of Murk 'livilln.
Mark Twain und W. I. IIowoIIh were
ono day lunching in a cafe in New
York.
Two ovordi'cs.M'd young men entered,
and the Ilrst said In a loud voice:
"Waller, bring me some bisque of
lobster, a bottle of white wine and a
chop. Just mention my name to the
cook, too, so that everything will be
done to my liking."
The second young man said:
"Itrlng me some sole with pens, nnd
tell the cook who It's for."
' .Mr. Twain gave bis order a moment
later, lie said, with a wink nt bis
companion:
"Itrlng me a hall' dozen oysters, and
mention my mime to each of thorn."
I'rollclency, ' ' '
lie was a cornet soloist. Indeed, but
by no ineiui'i witless.
"Musical prollclcney," said he, "Is a
matter of give and take."
"Kb? (ilu and take what?"
'Tallin." he said. Illustrating Ills no
llon by runtilng a few ceales.-Puc?C.
Ilorran In it.
Tld he borrow any money from
foil?"
"Itorrowl I low can I tell unless he
V'.nrns It?" Pvphmi-n
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with
BANNER LYE
To make the very best soap, simply
dissolve a can of Banner I.ye in cold
water, mult $;i lbs. of grease, pour the
Lye water in the grease. Stir and put
aside to set
Full Direction! on Cvery Packaga
HamiiT I.ye is pulverized. The can
may be opened and closed at will, per
mitting the use of a small quantity at a
time. It is just the article needed in
cvery household. It will clean paint,
floors, marble and tile work, soften water,
disinfect sinks, closets and waste pipes.
Write for booklet "L'sts cf Banner
Lye" free.
The Peoo Chemical Work, Philadelphia
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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