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Smart k The Superiority of Our Thanksgiving LINENS Will be demonstrated at a sale, tbe importance of which caooot be over estimated. Lioooa of all grades and qualities will be underpriced and ex ceptional values will be a feature. This is distinctively a liuen store none bat the most worthy linens ever find a place on our shelve. No short thread, light weight goods for us. A good piece of linen is always a good advertisement for the store selling it, and an inferior piece is a mighty bad one. High Grade Cloths With Napkins to Match. If you have any place for a large sire Table Cloth of exceptional quality you'll never ag liu have a chance such as this. The price is but a little more than half their value, and the only reason is it's an odd lot of large sizes secured from the importer at a low figure. He wanted to clean up. Cloths 2 yards wide, 3 yards long, $3 90, value $7.50. Cloths 2 yards wide, 4 yards long, $4 35, value $8 50. Cloths 2 yards wide, 3 yards long, $4.35, value $8.50. Cloths 2 yards wide, 3 yards long, $4.90, value $10,00. Large Napkins to match, $3 90 dozen, value $7.50. If you think we may be overestimating the value of then, compare them with any you find in any store in any city in the land. ,aaaataflafS3aV PM Cream Damask, 60 inches wide, at 25 cents. Silver Bleached Linen, 64 inches wide, all pure flax, 45 cents. German Uubleached Damask, 60 inches wide, very heavy, 45 cents. Full Bleached Damask, 66 ioehes wide, pure flax, 45 cents. Our regular stock of $1 25 Double Damask at 98 cents. Many other bargains that we haven't space to mention. Come and see. SMART & SILBERBERG, OIL CITY, PA. REMEMBER The Oil City Trust Company PAYS J!UUJCl CENT. Mail us a New York Draft or your personal check and we will return certificate of deposit by following mail. President, JOSEPH SEEP. Vice President, GEORGE LEWIS. Mcadvillo Commercial College, Mearivillc, la., Wishes to secure tbe names of all young people between 13 and 23 in Western Pennsylvania. Send 10 names with post otlice add reus and ug, and receive 10 beautifully written call ing cards. THE SCHOOL THAT GETS RESULTS. A LEADER IN ITS FIELD. Not a graduate) of last year's class out of a position. Present enrolment much larger then thet of last year. The managers are the authors of the leading series of commercial text books. Registration on every Monday. Send for catalogue. ROCHESTER. N. Y. A Brlfle's Misapprehension. It was the first Sunday In their pret ty new flat, and Mrs. G. detonniued to celebrate the joyous day with a dinner which would innke her young husband think he had married not only "the sweetest girl in the world," but "the best cook." It was perfectly lovely to set the little round dining room table with" the nicest presents, and the preparation of a tempting salad and dessert was not exactly u trying ordeal, but the roasting of the rhicken made her a little nervous. Aft er succeeding, with the assistance of a large oilcloth hook, In getting the fowl into the oven she sang from sheer relief. A little later, when the music had ceased and the silence in the kitchen became suspicious, Mr. G. opened the door. Kneeling down be fore the oven, with Hushed face and tearful eyes, was Mrs. J. On the floor beside her was the cookbook, and In one hand was n long needle wltli white thread. "Oh, dearie," she cried, "it Is going to burn my hands just dreadfully to baste this chicken every fifteen minutes:" Wind to Eat. .Sporting; Iiepnrtee. It is doubtful, said a biographer, If any repartee ever surpassed in dell cacj' the repiy made by an East Indian servuut of the late Lord TJulTerln when he was viceroy of India. "Well, 'what sort of sport has Lord had?" said the viceroy one day to tils shikaree, or sporting servant, who Silberbers: Treasurer, H. R. MERRITT. had attended a young English lord on a shooting excursion. "Oh," replied the scrupulously polite Hindoo, "the young suhib shot divine ly, but Trovldence was very merciful to the birds!" This Rtory calls to mind one told by the writer of some reminiscences of Sydney Smith. On one occasion the celebrated physician, Sir Henry Hol land, told the witty divine that he had failed to kill either one of a brace of pheasants that had risen within easy range near. Smith's house. "Why did you not prescribe for them?" came the quick reply. For Sore Throat. Those subject to sore throat will find the following preparation simple, cheap and highly eflieueious when used in the early stage: Pour a pint of boiling wuter on thirty leaves of the common sage and let the infusion stand for an hour; add vinegar suillclcnt to make it pleasantly ncld and honey to taste. The mixture should be used as a gur gle twice n day. There Is no danger V some of it Is swallowed. Dlaappolntmeni on Both Sides. "You said the house was only five minutes' walk from the station," com plained the victim. "To say the least, I'm disappointed in you." "And I'm disappointed in you," re plied the agent. "I thought you were n very rapid walker." l'lilladelphla I'ress. Monarch Clothing Co. Prices Decided Suits and Overcoats. A great purchase of Clothing from the Stoney Manufacturing Company, 60 and 62 University Place, New York, will enable us to offer to our patrons the greatest bargains of high grade clothing ever yet offered even by us. These goods on sale now are attract ing wide attention, and we feel proud in offering such great values at this time of year, just when you need them the most. Men's Overcoat Sule. Elegant Black Beaver or Orey and Ox ford Cheviot Overcoat, cut 44 inches lontr, with velvet collar and C A CQ worth $8.00 iO Men's Black Cheviot or Fanoy Scotch Cheviot, of all wool uialorial, some are cut 44 and 48 inches long, and some plain or with belt in back; Cf lQ excellent f 10.00 value, OU.iO Black or Oxford genuine Irish Frieze Men's Overcoats, out SO and 48 inches long; collar of silk velvet or of same material, and belt in back; very stylish and handsome fittiug over- CftQ 'ft Q coats, worth f 15.00 to 16.00..3 ' O Very handsome patterns of all wool Scotch Mixed Cheviot Men's Overcoats; cut4S, 50 and 52 inches long; collar of same material, lined with Hue Venetian and beMnbaok; value f 18 .00 Qg Children's Overcoats at $1.9S.-Two Styles. All wool Melton or Cheviot Overcoats, ages 3 to 8; cut full length with velvet collar, emblem on sleeve, neat gilt but tons and belt in bactt; ex- fiQ cellentf3.00 value, .. O L.tO All wool fanoy Scotch Mixed Cheviot, wun couar ot same material, while oih f rs are with velvet collar, belt in back, neat bone and gilt buttons; CM QQ ages 3 to 8; value ft.00, O l.JO Without doubt we have the prettiest and Handsomest uoys and Children s costs in the county; our prices are positively guaranteid fully one-balf of what yon pay for them elsewhere. See Our Window Display-All Sizes Inside the Store. Monarch Clothing Co., Oil Exchange Block, Near Derrick Office, Oil City, Pa. Tbe Early rse of Skates. nollimd is said to be the home and birthplace of skating, and without doubt skating was first practiced there and In the far north. In a country of lakes and canals the necessity of walk ing nud running on ice must hare been felt from the earliest days. In Hol land they show the bone skates which were found In one of the mounds of which a Friesland village was built. The skates wore fastened to the feet by straps passed through holes which were made in the bones. A Danish historian mentions the sport In 1134. The bone skates were also first used In Kugland. A writer In his account of the amusements of the young people of London in the twelfth century men tions the fact that It was usual for them to fasten the leg bones of ani mals under the soles of their feet by tying them around their ankles; then, taking a pole shod with iron, they push ed themselves forward with great ra pidity by striking this polo into the ice. Aunt Chloe arid the Dinner. Mrs. McJurvis had Invited n num ber of friends to dinner, but the cook left her on the morning of the appoint ed day without a moment's notice, says the Chicago Tribune. In this emergency she hunted up an old friend of the family,' Aunt Chloe, wife of Uncle Epbralin, and asked her to take the cook's place. "I'll cook de dinmih, missis," said Aunt Chloe, "if you'll give me wot's left" Mrs. McJurvis agreed, and within a few hours the dinner was well under way. Later in the day she visited the kitchen. "Why, Aunt Chloe," she said, "I have only live persons to entertain, and you are cooking everything there is in the house! What Is that?" "I want to niiiko kIio', missis," said auntie, "tint dere'll be suin'n lef." London's Flr.t Omnibus. 'The first London omnibus was really much more gorgeous than Its successor of today. It was nn imposing vehicle, beautifully decorated and painted, with accommodation for twenty-two passengers inside, and was drawn by three handsome bays, driven by a smart coachman In livery, and its con ductor was g,iy In a blue cloth uniform, like a midshipman. This conductor, by the way, was the sou of a naval cap tain and spoke French so well that it was quite common for the poke bonnet ed young ladles from 1'addlngtou to ride as far ns the city and back with the object of Improving their French by chatting with him. The fare from the Yorkshire Stingo, at Taddlugton, to the Bank was a shilling; halfway, sixpence, and newspapers and books were provided for the passengers. l-oiidon Globe. Core of Hiirncss. Take the harness to a room where you can unbuckle It and separate the parts completely. Wash each part well In lukewarm water to which has been added a little potash. Scrub well with a brush until all tbe grease and (lust have becu removed. Work the pieces well under the hand until they become supple. It won't do to oil until it be comes so. Let the parts dry In a place where they will do so slowly. When just moist, oil. For this purpose use cod liver oil. It Is the best for the pur pose. Besides, If you were to use neats foot Iho rats and mice are your ene mies at once, while they will not touch Money ON Children's Overcoats. Roys' Overcoats at .OS Several Styles. The biggest value is our handsome and stylish Black Cheviot Overcoat ior Boys, ages 3 to 9; handsome bone buttons with gilt in center, velvet collar and belt in back, emblem of star on sleeves, with two rows of red braid; an jr) QQ elegant (500 coat, p C.JO All wool Oxford Cheviot Overooats for Boys, ages 9 to 16; long out with belt in back, plain collar and some have velvet collar; we have other styles of different patterns and they are $5.00 (hQ HQ tofti.OO values, ipJJ.JO Hoys' Overcoats. Children's Overcoats $3.0S Several Styles. One elegant representative style is a hand some Oxford Frieze Coat, age 8 to 8; they are made with a black Aatrakhan collar, also Astrakhan on tbe aleeves, and Astrakhan shields In front stretch ing from button to button on the double-breasted ooat. We cannot recom mend tbera too highly, and JQ QQ are very pretty, tpO.aO Boys' all wool 8ootch Mixed Cheviot Coats in brown and gray Scotch Mix tures, also grey and Oxford Frieze Coats for big boys, ages 9 to It); all made with belt in back, extia long, rtQ QQ and value $i.00, pOJO Jlen's Suits. Great sale of Men's Suits, $5.98, $8.98, $10.98 Don't fail to see them; they are dandles. Sale of Children's Sweaters In Buster Brown and other styles. Sale of Shirts, Neckwear, Men's Pants, Underwear, Hats and new style of Caps. One cash price to all. a harness onoa witn coa liver cm. mve a good dose of oil to all parts, then hang up to dry. When dry, rub well with a soft rag. A IluNKiiin Sentry. In 1ST0 the Husslun emperor saw a soldier In the middle of a grass plot In the palace grounds. Why was there a daily guard, relieved at stated inter vals? No one knew. Curiosity was aroused, and at last a veteran was dis covered who rcmern.bered hearing his father say that the Empress Catherine she died In 1727 once saw a snow drop In bloom at that point nnusunlly early and asked that a guard be sta tioned there to protect It. And there a sentinel remained for at least 132 years; no one knew how much longer. Setting Mini RUht. "You think n good deal of your hus band, don't you?" asked the visiting relative. "You have the wrong preposition," answered Mr. Meekton's wife, with the cold tones of the superior woman. "I think for him." Thompson's Barosma, Kidney, Liver and Bladder Cure is worthy of the high est praise. It is purely vegetable, per fectly harmless and should tie given to young children for any weakness of tbe kidneys or bladder. 60o and f 1.00. All druggists, tf CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature THE OLD RELIABLE LIVERY STABLE, TIONESTA, - PENN. S.S.CANFIEID PROPRIETOR. JOB TEHUEinSTG- COLLEGE, located a t Pittsburg, Pa. Come to this great Financial and Manu facturing center tor a uuaiiNJit EDUCATION; don't go to a small place where Stenographers and Bookkeepers are not required. Circulars. Wm. H. Duff, President. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. BUFFALO AND ALLEGHENY VAL LEY DIVISION. Taking effect, October 8th, 1905. No. 30 Buffalo, and Pittsburg Express, daily except Bun day 11:01 a.m. No, S2 Oil City and Pittsburg Express, daily 8:28 p.m. No. 1)32 Oil Cily Accommoda tion, Sundays only 6:30 p. m. For Hic.kory,Tidloute,Warren,Kin7.ua, Bradford, Olean and the East : No. 81 Olean Express, daily- 7:63 a. m. No. 33 Pittsburg Express, daily except Sunday 6:35 p. m. No. 1)33 Warren accommoda tion, Sundays only 2:45 p, m,' . For Time Tables and additional infor mation consult Ticket Agent. W. vV. ATTKRBUHY, J. ft. WOOD. General Mansgcr. PassengorTrallioMgr, GEO. II. BOYD, Geu'l Passenger Agt. DUFFS That Mean Saving BIG SALE -ON- Ladies' Coats, Skirts, Furs, and Children's Coats, Furs, and Dresses. Men's and Boys' Sweaters at Special Values Don't Fail to Visit Our Store During November. Special Bargains Every Day. WHITE PINE Flooring, Siding, and material for Window Casings and Inside Work. A good supply to select from alwayi in stook. Call on or address. JAS. J. LANDERS, TIONESTA, PA. or F. l AMSLER. DR. KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY Pleasant to Take, Powerful to Core. Aad Welcome In Every Borne. KIDNEY AND LIVER CURE Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy la adapted to all ages and both sexes, affording permanent re lief in all eiuea cauaed by Impurity of the blood, iuch aa Kidney, Jtlndilctr and I.lvrr Com. plaint; cores Constipation aiid Weakneseea peculiar to women. II provessnccessfiil In cases where all other medi cines have totally failed. No mill erf r should despair as long as this remedy is untried. It has an unbro ken record of success for over B0 years, and has won hosts of warm friends. Are you suffering from any disease traceable to the causes mentioned T If so, lr. Kennedy lias staked his personal and professional reputation on the statemeut that Favorite Kennedy will do you good. Send for a free trial bottle and booklet con taining valuable medical advice on the treatment of various diseases. Write also f or an "Easy Test' for finding ou ti f yon have kidney disease. Address lr. Onvlri Kennedy's Sons, Ronriolit, N. Y. REMEMBER, the full name! a Dr. David Ken nedy's FAVOIUTK HEMEllY.nmdcat ltondout, N.Y..andthe price Is Sl.OO (six bottles ls.00)st all druggists In the United States, Canada and foreign countries. Why GANDEE RUBBERS Aro tho Best. The Candee Rubber Co., foun ded in 1842, is the oldest com pany making rubber boots and shoes in the world. That's RELIABILITY. Its workmen have been making rubbers all their lives. That's EXPERIENCE. It makes 5,000,000 pairs of rub ber boot3 and shoes a year. Big production means ECONOMY. SO WHY BUY OTHERS WHEN YOU CAN GET CANDEES? For sale by all leading stores. Merchants desiring their names to ap pear at tbe bottom of this cut can have It under established rules free of charge on application to us. 11. Guilds A Co., Hole Distributors, 813 Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Electric Oil. Guaranteed for Rheumatism. Sprains, Sore Feet, Pains. to. Atalldealers Magazine and Fashion Sheets. Magazine 5c copy. Sheets free. This is the Christmas number of McCall's Mag azineyou know fashion magazines are always a month ahead of other periodicals. Wish we had space to tell you of all tho good things this number contains. Almost a million women in America reading McCall's. That's because it contains so much of special interest to women. These come to us about the tenth of each month. We'll be glad to send you a copy. Inclose three two-cent stamps. The 6heets we'll send you free, if you'll just kindly send us your address stating that you wish us to mail you McCall's Fashion Sheets for one year. WILLIAM B. JAMES, AVcgctabie Preparationfor As similating IticFoodandKcgula ling the 5 touwehs and Bowels of Fromotcs Digcslion.CheerfuI nessandncst.Contains neither Opium.Morpliinc nor Mineral. IsotHahcotic. Bmf tfoua-siMvaptraat Mx SmnM IkisM- JKvuW.aiasr Aperfccl Remedy forConstipa Hon, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca 1 Vbrms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YOT1K. ESS "fW mii sJK .V". SBS S win increase the cash va ue of your house, and the buyer won't get "stuck" either. Lucas Paints costs vou lc.;s because thev cover FOR SALE A.C.UREY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. Hear of Hotel Weaver Telephone No. 20. L A D I E )dr.Ca Franco's! I UaOM&OUNDJ Safe, Quick, Reliable Regulator superior to other rpmoniwi bom at inKti price. Cure rimrrntee1. SwccMifuHy iiteil tiv over 200,000 Worn.). Trier, 49 OiiIk, drug. irl.ua or by mall. TciiltuonlalH A booklut free. Dr. LaFraiico l'blladolphla I'a. 'EN flY ROYAL PILLS rtslnl sa Only U.sulan ( RiA m rilH HI S1KK S KNiLISII id nr.ir .ni uold utl.llla baiu, kkImI .UhDlii.rlbb... T.b....tcr. Brf,,.. I..ccr... Nubntllutlos. sad Imita tion.. Puj of jour llru.si.t, or MDd 4o. i. "!".1?..to.r. r'tlrul.rfc T eatlai.nl.il a. "Itrll.r r.r l.alln,m UHm, bj n It UlmIiu. 'alra.l.r ( krail'.al '! aaaalMs Nun, 1'faULA, r McCall's for December OIL CITY, PA. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature In Use For Over Thirty Years ma ecsmwa) seMsiam. Mtw tons snv. at ; Better paint first. I una c Do J -i -fc (Tinted Gloss) more surface and do it thoroughly. They have a richer gloss. They last and the color lasts. Ask your dealer. John Lucas & Co Philadelphia rs l 16 all ofosajjsWyj A CooMnvestment Nothing will beautify the home like a couple coata of "Aini Pioneer Prepared Paint. Ita the best Investment possible to make too, aa thirty or forty dollars worth of paint will sdd more to the value of a house than money spent In sny other way. It will slso pay for Itself In aatiafac tlon there Is nothing so plesslng to a householder aa a well pslntcd house. It does not cost much to paint s house snd It will protect the wood snd make It Isst twice ss long as your careless neljh bor'a who la neglecting to properly pro tect hla borne. We offer a guaranteed pslnt In "AUA Pioneer Palnt.and we shall be plesscd to send you free color card showing sample shades. Please write or call todsy. C. W. BOBlKSUlf k SOX, Tiunestn, Pa.