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Genuine "Shedwater" $1 Fou lards, Exceptional Patterns, at 69c Ol Yard. Here is a purchase ot Foulard Silks that means the biggest sort of economy to those who have in anticipation the purchase of one ol the season's most favorite dress iabrics, and would like to effect a saving of lully one-third. Here is the finest quality ot dollar Foulards in over two dozen different designs and all the very best and most wanted shades rose, wisteria, serpent, olive, raspberry, catawba, old blue, navy, etc. But instead of $1, price is (59c. Embroidered Batiste Robes, Very Attractively Priced ad $6.90. Light blue, light pink, lavender, champagne and white, all handsomely embroidered in delicate colors. The quality of the materials, style, embroidering, etc., recommend this offering as one of the surprises of the year. .6.90 for a gown complete; the actual value ol which is double. 6 All Linen Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs 50 Cents. There won't be enough of these to go around some will surely be disappointed. If you don't get any and your neighbor does, you'll realize your misfortune. Every thread pure linen, fine sheer quality, neatly em broidered and with a small initial on each. 6 in a package all for 50 cents. The Smart & Silberberq Co. OIL CITY, PA. Oil City Trust Company, Oil City, Pa. ICoport to the Commissioner of Hanking (Condensed) At the Close of Itusiness April 28, 1900. Time loans $1,787,688.43 . Capital I 300,000.00 Real estate, furniture aud SurDlus and Drotita 433.603.85 fixture 89,000 00 Reserve for interest, eto 7,437.42 Stouks and bonds ...tl79.035.JW DtDOSiU, 2,197,678.9!! Uverd rafts 3,(i7.2lt Due from bauks 345,219.'.) Cash on baud 113.570.20 Total quick assets, 1,062,011.8) ,938,720.20 $2,038,720.26 Trust funds not Included in above - t 215,061.14 Corporate Trusts 1,155,000.00 FOREST COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, TIONE3TA, PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, 150.000. $90,000. TRYING TO PLEASE I rr.T To aay thnt Jonwne was ati'iud would bo stating the altuntlnn riil.l- ly. When a ninn hns len married llvo years and got In the linl.lt of coming home to a house in mat nnl shining order, an Immaculately nr rayed wife and a piping hot and tempting dinner, w ith later s tpi llea of evening papers and miiKnv.liiesi nnd slippers, he begin', to take those favors as his right. Hut this time Louise did not meet him at the door nnd the living room was dark. Hs stumbled over things while senrching for the electric button. When he hnd turned on the light he blinked at the room dazedly. A litter of sewing scraps covered the floor; one rubber, three spool of thread and the scissors added to the disarray. Open magazines were or. the table and a veil was carelessly wound about a vase on the mantel. The shades were up unevenly and a lace curtain hung crooked. The room had a distinct rowdy and for lorn expression. Jonzene sat down undecidedly and actually turned pale. Theu ha became conscious of the stlllnes that reglned In the kitchen regions. He Investigated and found no maid there and not a sign of dinner. While his surpilso was rapidly changing Into actual worry he heard Louise's key In the front door. She walked In beaming. There a an airiness about her which her hungry husband felt was out of place under the circumstances. She threw her gloves on one chair and her hat on another and Mt on her new coat, after carelessly slip ping It off. Jontene remained speechless. He wondered If Middea madness had stricken his pretty wife, whose symbol of life was order. Tkin't you like these new hce of mine?" she asked, ejlr.j her pat ent leather l!h satisfaction. "They ar all ris.t," . tene. "Are aren't p.vr-s to have dinner UvnisM V Mrs. Jomene retried kl wi: a child'.ike rr; jei!:y wkicS is new. It a if kJ asked a jues:ion to mesul ar::3t r.ie:io br a :ern seaoier. p farectly r?Ui::oa io-ovifvi ker si 4 Time Deposits Solicited. A. Wathb Cook, Pr ident. Will pay Four Per Cent, per Annum A. B. Kxlly. Cashier. DIBB0T0B8 Wm.Smkabbauoh, Vice President A. V, ayne Cook, G. W. Robinson, Wm. Smearbaugb, N.P.Wheeler, T. F. Rltchev. J.T.Dale. A. B. Kellv. Collections remitted for on day of payment at low rates. We promise our custom era all the benefits consistent with conservative banking. Interest pid on time deposits. Tour patronage respectfully solicited. . J, 4, J, Jk. A J . j i i . TTTTTTTTTTTtT X Pennsylvania Railroad i; LOW-RATE EXOTJRSIOIsr T i TO AND Sunday, May 16, 1909 SPECIAL TRAIN Rate to Warren Rate to Olean or Bradford and return tl.50 1.R0 1.50 1 50 1 60 1.25 Train Leaves, and return. Titusville 7.30 a. m. 91.00 Kouseville 7.55 " 1 00 Oil City 8.15 " 1 (K) Tionesta 8 52 " 1 00 Hickory 9 03 " 1.00 Tidioute 9 19 " .75 Olenn A r. 12 00 Noon Bradford Ar. 12.00 " RETURNING, Special Train will leave Olean 8.00 p. m., Bradford 8.00 p. in., Warren 10.00 p. m. In consideration of the reduced fare at which TICKETS are sold, they will be accepted for passage GOING and RETURNING only on SPECIAL, TRAIN on day of Excursion as advertised above. Baggage will not be checked. Children between Five and Twelve years of Age, Half Fare J .1. K. WOOD. GEO. W. BOYD. I Passenger Traftio Manager General Passeoger Agent Blunders of the Typ.a. Ever since the Introduction of type setting errors, weird or comical, have emanated from printers' offices. The mistakes are not always to be shoul dered on to the compositor, for bad handwriting must be taken Into ac count. Here are a few Instances of actual blunders collected by a proof reader In the course of his dally work: "Ills blushing bride" was transform .Hl Into "his blustering bride." A major was stated to have "served with destruction In the army." The writer thoeght he used the word "dis tinction." "Tho Galley I Love" was the descrip tion of a picture entitled "The Galley Slave." Speaking of theatrical folk, a critic wrote that "nearly all have husbands or wives." Tho paragraph printed rend "hundreds: of wives." "They sailed for three days around the cape and finally slaughtered ft small Italian" should have been sighted a small Island." One more In conclusion. "He takes delight lit talking on his family shame" was a shameful thing to say when "favorite theme" was meant. and she tkrew a? ter laufbed. 'Well, just taac; !". crwi. fr rf... "I tui tccT.'-y roryxva tiat this a Titirdy ad Nec::' iAJ omr vtit dv jv' titsi of tij.;! I doa't sup pes tier Is a srri? la tke hous t eat'" Joniene waited for her as us'nl to uest wbit they siou'J do. hat she merely scKed at him is on who U resoIed to t?? jtooJ-naturvd under sever provocation. What shall we do?"' te heard himself ask. Mrs. Janzen hummed a little tune. My goodness: sne saia. i haven't an Idea! Isn't tt funny? What had we better do, John?" Jonzene felt his throat contract at his first logical notion of suggesting that maybe she could manage some thing In the chafing dish. This sud denly care-free creature and work seemed wholly Incompatible. 'We could go to the cafe down the street," lie said meekly. They went and the dinner cost him Just $9.30. Louise had betray ed a childish delight In asking for new dishes and had ordered liquid refreshments besides. When they were at home again Louise went to the piano. Jonzene stealthily picked up the things ou the floor, because being a neat man he could not read in peace with them there. "Did my shirts come from the laundry?" he asked. Again his wife turned a beaming face on him and wrinkled her brows "Goodness! I don't know, John!" she confessed. "I never can remem- bre to bother about those things!" And this from a woman who had al ways known by Instinct If a button were missing! "Louise!" cried Jonzene, as with paper in hand, unable to read, he surveyed his wife playing ragtime, though she had always professed to loathe It, "what the dickens is the matter? What has come over you?" Mrs. Jonzene turned around, still childlike and then she laughed. The longer she looked at the pathet ically harassed face of her husband the harder It was for her to stop. She sobered suddenly and spoke in her natural voice. "Didn't I sit here the other even ing," she demanded, " and listen to you raving over Alice Harmon for for an hour? Yes, Mr. Smith was talking, too, but you did most of it! You said she was so appealing with her bright childishness and continu ed gayety and her husband didn't appreciate It. You said you liked a trusting and dependent woman. You said Harmon ought to be glad to think for her and take the respon slblllty. You mentioned that a true man always felt that way. You add ed that she was a fascinating creat tire and Harmon ought to be ash amed of growling. I I was Just giving you a touch of Alice. I want ed to please you. I began to realize how bored you must have been "i "Louise," broke In Jonzene, with the light of relieved joy in his face, " if you are cruel enough to get back at me like this again and make me think my happy home is wrecked I'll I'll consarn Alice. anyhow! I take it all back!" Then Mrs. Jonzene laughed eon tentedly In the character of Mrs. Jonzene. -Chicago News. The Best Pride. A tithnl Englishman while lit New port talked most entertainingly to a group of ladles about ancestral pride. "Ancestral pride Is an excellent thing." be said, "but there are better thtngx. We have long felt In Great lVrttaiu ih.it there are better things. I heard the sentiment rather neatly ex pressed hist se.ison by a ducheaa. Hers is a great family, but she was talking to a young ni.ir.jnls whooe family I Incomparably srciter. lie Is a rather wvirtMes, itf. dlsstpated young mar quis, arst be boasted t the duchess about Ms peopV. 'l am very vrHhl of my a uveal ry, yvu Irtew," he ended. "Ye. M I be duvhvaa, aiul you have ene lo Iv. but I wonder how yvr ancestry wvuld feel about jrouT " Half a League. The olsss bad Jus! finished reciting -TV Cfcarsv f the light Brigade." -Now," said the teacher. 'Vau any r prvrarr.t leU me .he meaning of lVe wv5! 'Half a league?" t sV the hand of Thomas Jones, s.pej e-Vw.v f.HHKill eaptaln and in-sr.-.!bV f.ii:N. k. TVm. s!r. It means they couldn't faoci;h rluba to make up the full lea re.-" eVr- ew had bluudered. London At wfT"S. Not a Bargain. "rv you think that Miss Kidder was luvUis fun w ith me?" asked Chawllc. 'Well, old chap, give me the details," was Awttiur's resHnse. 'You see. I had my bull terrier with me. and I said to her, 'That dog knows as nuu'li as I do.' Aud she said, 'Don't yon think $4.."s was too much to pay for him?" Cleveland Leader. The Right Bane. "Fred. dear. 1 feel It In my bones that you lire going to take me to the theater tonight." "Whl.li lump, darling?" "I'm not sure, but I think It's my wlshWme!" Kansas City Independent. rhninbrrlnlu'a Liniment. This Is a new preparation and a good one. It It especially valuable as a cure for chronic and muscular rheumatism, and for the relief from pain which it affords in acute inflammatory rheuma tism. Those wbo have used It have in variably spoken of it In the highest terms of praise. Lame back, lame shoulder and stiff neck are due to rheumatltm of the muscles, usually brought on by exposure to cold or damp, and are quickly cured by applying this liniment freely aud massaging the affected parts. Soreness of the muscles, whether Induced by vin lent exercise or injury, la allayed by Ibis liniment. For sale by Dunn cfc Fulton. PROCLAMATION. Whereas, The Hon. Win. E. Rice, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for the county of Forest, has Issued his pre cept for holdings Court of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of forest, to commence on the Third Monday of Mav, being me inn aay ot May, taoo. no tice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices of "the Peace and Con stables of said county, that they be then and there in their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., ol said day with their records, innuiHitions. examination, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their office appertain to be done, and to those whoare bound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall De in the jail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be iust. Giveu un der my band and seal this 19th day of April, a. u. r.nr.i. S. R. MAXWELL, l.b. Sheriff. . jCHICAGO SLEEPING CAR (FROM Oil. CITY) Leave Oil Cilv. dallv except Sun day, 6:20 p. m., Eastern Time, arrive Chicago 7:30 a. m., connecting for all western points. Keturnlng leave Chicago 10:30 p. to., Central Time, daily except Sat urday, arrive Oil City 2:35 p, in., Eastern Time. Lake Shore's station in Chicago best located of any line, in the heart of busiuess district. For information address W. S. McCuen, Agent, Oil City, Pa. Lake Shore & Michigan Southern By. 6-6-4t J. L. Hoplor LIVERY Stables. Fine carriages for all occasions, with first class equipment. We can fit you out at any lime for oitlier a pleasure or business trip, and always at reasonable rates. Prompt service and courteous treatment. Come aud see us. Two Mablos Hear or Hotel Wenver nnd ltrllge Ntreet, TIONESTA, PA. Telephone No. 20. 11AA Jj. Alii ' sl aAa.a.AAA rTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTT CanYouBeati This? A tailoring proposition thai I t gunraulees a saving in price. J I The finest assortmeot of Z f woolens to choose from and a x ht that must be perfect before I the garment are yours. x There is Class to $ My Clothes. Ixiok at my liue of am- ', '. pie. " They are the very latest ! ! styles to be made as you like ) them. Pants $5 and up. :: Suits $15 and up. :: i Cleaning aud pressing done 1 IBU. ou BUU OCtJ UJU Win. P. Dechaiit, f The Tailor, Tionesta, Penoa. It R.MARK A III. K. About six weeks ago a swelling came in my groin 1) inches from my nayel about the size of a half lemon very painful and said to be caused by blood poison. I doctored about bIx weeks, and was get ting worse, when Mr. Brown told me about San-Cura Ointment. I applied It as a poultice, changing morning and nigbt, removing all pain at once. In two days it broke, discharging pus. I then changed it once a day until it was per fectly healed. I recommend San-Cura Ointment as the best poultice I ever used. It removes pain and all pus, keeping a sore moist and soft. AUUKEY PORTEB, Route 2, Plea-antville, Fa. las. M. &s$mr9 PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER Repairs Boilers, SHIN, Tanks, Agitators. Buy and Nells Second - hand Boilers, Etc. fHSBBSfii? flpillt "Many a little Makes a ruckle11 This old Scotch quotation is only another way of saying " Take care of the pennies, and the dollars will take care of themselves." Save the pennies, the nickles and the dimes; stop the little leaks in your in come. Then start a sav ings account in this strong bank, where your savings are secure and safe while earning for you 4 annual interest which is compounded twice yearly Capital and Surplua, $ 680,000.00 Total Asiets, . . . 3,000,000.00 f rauMiti Srusfr (Tompantj FRAN K I I N. P A. crj i.s: e 1 8 i s'taL i 0 f r i s js ; t. Sr. Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. Eud of Suspension Bridge, Third ward, OIL CITY, PA. Jacks & Mules KfUSC MIlH-HRIMl Cl riCIl, 2 JO tine, lare J?' k, Jen tiit'H and Mult-!, H to 17 h a n tin hiRlt, wt'h from ?U to lfou tbs.-fHJtl one clirnp now. I will pay A jmrt of buyer's K. K. fnr mul shippfiiir. Stot k jjimr- autt-ed. Write lor prices HREKLER'S JACK FARM Wist Clhton.O Nemo Week For 1909 began on Monday, May 3d. We have made great preparations for this event, and want every one of our women patrons to come and hear Fashion's latest word on the all-important subject of Cor sets. The Nemo "New American Shape Corsets . Are recognized in every fashion-centre ol Europe and America as producing the correct contour for the fashions of 1909. Come and learn "how to be comfortable though stylish" how to be fashionably slender without breaking the laws ot health. There's a Nemo model for every figure. WILLIAM B. JAMES, OIL CUT, PA. Buggies acrid Surreys. Road Wagons, guaranteed" second buggy for the money 28 vehicles now SVA) MY HAllM.SH U UJOH FLOWN IIAltllOWK CTLTIVATOIW TI IM in: fci'iii:iii:its JHAI DKIIXH IIAHVISTIXJ IIAUIIMvS Fl.UTIMI.K a iu iTi:i: Spring Wagons. All styles. Wheels growth hickory. I can sell you n better than others, because I buy in car lots, in stock. Take your choice. Combined Potato Digger aod Showel Plow. It ia guaranteed to be O. K. Oak tan. 8oo them. They will surprise you. Driviug hirnc9, 111 50. Kramer. See the new tubular axle. Llgbl run uiog aud strong. The New Burch, Cambridge, Oliver. The Ourch is my leader. Try oue. Wood and Hteel irnine Spring Tooth, Lever Spike Tooth. Trice way down. The kiud that do not get loose In tho joints and wabble. Success. No bettor made. 1LWAYN Empire, Ontario and Buckeye. The "celebrated" Johnston line of Mowers, Hind er, Uppers, Tedders, Kakcs, Disk Harrows, Ac. Eight per cent. Potash goods, with 12 per cent. Phosphoric Acid, 822 50 per tm. I make good all defects in all goods sold by me. Come in on Saturdays. Am in on that day. Or 'phone me. County and Farmer's 'Phones. J. G. Bromley, Tionesta, Pa. COLUMBIA DOUBLE-DISC RECORDS A different selection on each side They fit any machine That tells the whole story except that at 65 cents for the Columbia Double-Disc you get a better record, on each side, than you ever bought be fore at $1.20 for the same two selec tions. Get a catalog! BOVARD'S PHARMACY TIONESTA, PA.