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Trimmed Hsts Hacve Beerv Reduced. The lower cost Model Hats which have served their pur pose here drop several dollars in price this morning, and become a splendid bargain for those who have waited for them. All of them are superb styles and come in a great variety oi shapes. $10 lor the hats up to $16.50. $15 lor the hats up to $25. $25 for the hats up to $50. Exquisite hats at $5. All good in design and splendid in quality; in fact they embody many of the liner points of the higher cost kind. Come and see them today. Sstve Money, Time and bother by buying Boys' and Girls' Rompers and Tub Suits ready made in our store. Boys' Norfolk and Double Breasted Suits, made of Linene Pmsli Durk. Galatea and White Hep at $1.75, $2, $2.50 and $3. The Little Tudor Play Suit has the cute appearance every mother desires in her children's wear and is not the less prac tical on this account. Made of lancy denims and checked gingham. Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 years. Children's Wash Dresses Materials are ginghams, per- mips nnd lawns in stripes, checks and plain colors, different stvles, some low neck and short sleeves, others high neck and uation. lon sleeves, some with guimpe auacneu, an sizes, io i years. Trices, $1.25, $1.50, $2, $3, $4, $5. The Smart & Silberberq Co. OIL CITY, PA. Depository for City of Oil City. County of Venango. State of Pennsylvania. District Court of the United States. Where is Your Depository? Four Per Cent. Paid on Time Deposits. Oil City Trust Company, Oil City, Pa. FOREST COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. TWO BIG MEN IN THEJENATE Pennsylvania Representatives Take a Prominent Part in Framing Tariff Measure PENROSE IS TO BE PROMOTED Mantle of Leadership to Descend From Aldrich Interesting Pen Picture of One of the Most Notable and Hard est Workina Men in the Country Service. Recent happenings in the United States Senate, during the progress or the work of frnming the new tariff measure, have demonstrated beyond oil dispute that Fennsylvnnla Is the "one great state in the galaxy of states" and have given Tennsylva nlans, great and small, real cause for pride in their representatives In the Senate. This Important work the Senate la now engaged on contemplates a revi sion of the duties on Imports, the tlx ing of the necessary burdens of taxa tion to provide for the expenses of the national government and the guar anteeing of equal and exact protection to American labor and American cap ital. During most of the week of Slay 17 the senators from Pennsylvania, Boies Penrose ana t.eorge i. . held the front of the senatorial stage. The two distinguished statesmen were more conspicuous, probably, than were nny other two members of the great and distinguished body. Senator Oli ver rather startled his colleagues with his comprehensive knowledge of tho manufacturing Interests of Pennsylva nia. Mr. Oliver stood, a mental ath lete, against the proposition to reduce the tariff on certain materials. He supplied the Senate with information which was overwhelming, and his gen eral knowledge of the needs of the manufacturers and of the world of la bor generally, lighted the way in the Senate for Intelligent and conservative action. Mr. Oliver was kept upon his feet for hours, answering those who seemed thirsty for the information which they got from Mr. Oliver, and upon every side he was congratulated upon his successful defense of the sit- its members, declared Senator Aldrich tho commanding figure in that Impor tant body, to be both Its Napoleon and its nismnrck, and then added this: "Reasoning from known senatorial habits most of the members of tho Senate expect tho mantle of Aldrich, if It does not fall at once, to be soon worn on the shoulders of Senator Pen rose, lie Is in the direct line of pro motion on the finance committee. Un der the senatorial hnnit of rigid regu larity that ranJt stands as a certainty. Next, If not equal to tho committee on appropriations in Influence on practical politics, is the postofilce committee, which passes on all presidential post masterships and on all expenditures for the greatest business department of the government. Other Important com mittee assignments, well chosen and well maintained by records of hard work and Intelligent service, add to a remarkable equipment, as the senate udges such merits. Prestige at home stands high among the assets of senatorial leader ship. Penrose Is unchallenged chief of the strongest and most compact state organization within the Jurisdic tion of the Republican party; in fact. the most solid state machine in Amer ica, rsehind him, therefore. Is the most nearly Indestructible home support of which nny senator can boast. If there Is a definition of the Ten- rose personality at once concentrated and comprehensive, it Is that his Is an essentially masculine character. It Is definition which explains both the unbroken progress of his career and the misunderstandings about him. Men like and follow, even obey him, because he has the man virtues of telling the truth, keeping his word, hating humbug and uncomplainingly performing his duty; of not bragging or posing, gossiping or gouging, of not drawing a battle ax to strike a mos quito or employing a poison bottle to weaken an enemy. One quality he has which is positively fascinating In these days of smnll-souled sophistica tion. It Is a man-bashfulness, which is neither diffidence nor nervousness, hut more allied Jo a healthy boy's aver sion to bluster, mushlness and artful ness. To name so strange a word as bnshf illness among the attributes of the arch-politician and hardy boss will be to raise a laugh and provoke a sneer in the halls of the super-right eous. The trutn is so. nowever, aim It Is distinctly charming it Is eo rare." TIONESTA, PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS, 150.000. $90,000. Time Deposits Solicited. Will pay Four Per Cent, per Annum A. Watnb Cook, President. A. Wayne Cook, N. P. Wheeler, , B. Kii.lt. Cashier. directors Q, W. Robinson, T. F. Ritchey. J. '. Wm.Smkabbadqh, Vice President Wm. Smearbaugh, . Dale. A. B. Kellv. Collections remitted for on day of payment at low rates. We promise our custom ers all the benefit consistent with conservative banking. Interest paid on time deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. : : Pennsylvania Railroad POPULAR EXCURSION i am TO OIL CITY OR tit AND RETURN Sunday, May 30, 1909 SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES TIONESTA 11.02 A. M. RETURNING, leaves Titusville 8.00 p. m.; Oil City 8.40 p. m. Tickets good only on .Special Train on day of excursion. In consideration of the reduced fare at which these tickets are sold, baggage will not be checked on them. Children between Five and Twelve Years of Age, Half Fare J. K WOOD, GEO. W. BOYD, Passenger Trallio Manager, General Passenger Agent, fTf - "HWIM i "''n'miii' I GAS ENGINE OIL WAVERLY t superior oil for Gat Engine lubrication, Made from Pennsylvania Crude Oil. Absolute freedom from Carbon, leaves no deposit. Light in color flows easily. WAVERLY never smuts, clogs or sums, but keeps your motor In perfect running order. For your protection ask any dealer. "Perfect Lubrication Without Carbon Deposit." Waverly Oil WorKi Co. Independent Oil Refiners, Pittsburg, . U 4 Senatorial custom provides thnt a new member shall sit small during his flret session, but the Senate wanted Infor mation which it seemed only Mr. Oli ver could give, and the ancient cus tom yielded to the exigencies of the situation, and at a bound Mr. uiimt became one of the foremost members of this great law-making body. Ever since the upper house ot Lon- gress starteu in on me n- " measure, Senator Penrose has been constantly in the limelight. He, prob ably better than any other member of the Senate, understands the tariff question. He is an active member and well up on the list of the finance com mittee which has the measure in charge. For years he has been an in telligent student of the tariff and ne yields to no one in his devotion to the best interests of his state and the na tion. Senator Penrose stands firni'y and with excellent purpose for equal and exact Justice for both capital and labor In the construction or tne pro posed tariff legislation, and his elo quent voice has been constantly raised in the defense of the people as a whole. While Senator Oliver starred in a brilliant Inning early last week. Senator Penrose challenged the admi ration of the whole country the latter nart of the week with a masterly speech advocating a duty of at least 0 per cent on crude oil. Senntor l'en- rose declared that without tariff the oil market would shift to Mexico and in a most entertaining way gave an array of interesting facts and figures to prove his contention. Among other things Senntor Penrose said: The independent oil producers ol Pennsylvania insist that free oil would transfer the market for crude petn leum from this country to Mexico and they are right. In order to protect them from Mexican shipments 1 am in favor of imposing a duty of at least 50 per cent on Importations or the crude product. Oil In this country Is selling low enough now. What chance would the producers of the United States have against oil produced by the cheap labor of Mexico? In that country is a vast oil field, which only awaits the capital to develop It. With our markets thrown open to free oil shipments this capital will be forth coming and It will no longer be neces' sarv for the Standard to pay even moderate prices for oil in this conn try. "The destruction of the oil Indus try would mean far more than the losses of the producers. In the produc tion of oil in the United States more than iiOO.OOP men are regularly em ployed. Oomtlng five persons to each family this means that 2,r00,000 per sons are directly interested in the oil business as a means of livelihood. About 08 per cent of these half mil lion men are Americans. They earn high wages, they live well, and they are entitled to fair treatment from Congress. "Pennsylvania has about 45,000 oil wells, which last year yielded over 116.000.000 worth of oil. The total value of the oil-producing property in Pennsylvania Is over $SO,000,000. There . .v. was paid to tne larmers oi me stone state In oil royalties last year about 12.000,000. There Is invested In Independent oil refineries In Pennf"-' vanla over J.',000,000. "The conditions In Mexico are such that free oil would be certain to prove disastrous to the oil-producing indus try of this country. The Mexican oil fields embrace a territory 800 miles long and 100 miles wide. The largest oil well In the history of the world was struck in Mexico last year. In forty days it produced 5,000,000 barrels. It is still llowiug 10,000 barrels a day, and is uncontrollable. This oil can be produced for about 20 cents a barrel." J. A. Graham, Washington corre spondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, in a recent review of the Senate and FKEE TRIP TO WORLD'S SERIES. The Pittsburg (Jnrctte Times Will Pity all Expenses of the Four Most Popular Amateur Tennis. The Gazette Times Is going to take a big party of amateur baseball players to sea the world's championship games next October. That is drclded. What teams shall go on this trip, which may Include a journey as far east as Huston and as far went as Chicago or St. Louis. That remains to be determined. It is up to the amateur teams and their mends to say who snail go. I Now, all you have to do is to get the votes. J, Four amateur teams i.' men, mourning the manager, will constitute a team are to be the guests of tlieUatte Times ou this world-beating trip. Kverr amateur team in the tenitory in which The Uazette Times circulates will have a chance to capture the prize. It will be a free Held and no favor shown. The small boys will have a chance equal with the larger fellows. The plans have been so formulated that two teams of small boys are houud to win. It will be Interesting to see If the little lads are not as popular, or more so, than their elders. The count of votes will tell. Tho teams to take in this great trip will be selected by ballot Ons tam will be se lected from among the Allegheny county amateurs averaging over IS years of age. Another team will be selected from among the Allegheny county atnatiuirs not mora than l' years old. A third team will be se lected from among the amateurs averaging over 1,") vears ot aue in all the txrrllory out side of Allegheny comity, and a fourth will tie selected from among the amateurs aver aging not more than l.' years old In all the territory out side of Allegheny county. Yon see this gives a chance for teams In I I the whole state of Pennsylvania, in Ohio ( i West Virginia. Maryland, everywhere, to ; nnmnete aud win the Gazette Times trip to i see the World's Championship Ilasoball aeries. For full particulars see the Gazette Times, or address Contest lepaitment, The Pitta- burgh Uazette rimes, flttsliurgn, ra. II I H' ! A Six Dsy SaJe, During which time Silks, Dress Goods, Muslin Under wear, Damask, Notions, Curtain Goods, White Goods, Knit Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Baby Bonnets and Towels will be sold at prices devoid of all profit to this store. In several instances, where the necessity for mov- 1112 certain merchandise secmeu a inne more miiumc, we have not hesitated to cut the price below actual cost. The prices marked tell most forcibly how every minute of pvorv hour and cverv dav of this last week ot May, 1909, Sis to be made profitable to the Dry Goods buyers of this city and vicinity. SIIsKS. We have selected three different lots of t Silk which we expect to close at this six-day sale: unc -! lot 75c Satin Foulards, at S21c yard. One lot H5c All a ....... . . . !-. nt Silk Mirror Finish Foulards, at ozjc yaru. inch 85c Maharajah Silks, at 57jc yard. One lot 27- WILLIAM B. JAMES, OIL CITY, PA. i Specific Directions. The message was transmitted to the "cub" telegrapher. As written It read: Foundation under freight house needs attention at once." s delivered to the gene'"' '"eninn the dispatch contained n iatltei .Mar tllng bit of Information. It read: "Found a lion under freight house. Needs nttentlon nt once." To which he replied briefly: Feed the lion and notify the live stock agent." Our New Spring Lino of Boots and Oxfords We distinctive. Sotuethiog different tban the rest. Combination oi Leather the latent Style the latest Prices the latest Come in nod look them over. flininbrrlaln's I.lnlinrnt. This Is a new preparation and a good one. It is especially vaiuaote as a cure for chronic and muscular rheumatism, and for the relief from pain which it affords in acute inflammatory rheuma lism. Those who have used it have in variably spoken of it in tbe highest terms of praise. Lame back, lame shoulder and stiff neck are due to rheumatism of tbe muscles, usually brought on by exposure to cold or damp, and are quickly cured by applying this liniment freely aud masaauimr tbe affected parts. Soreness of the muscles, whether induced by vlo- lentexerciceor Injury, isauayeo Dy mis liniment, f or sale Dy vuan x r uiion. Woods Liver Medicine is a liver re ulator which brlnK quick relief to sick headache, constipation, biliousness and other svrnntoms of liver disorders. Par tieolarly recommeuoea lor jaunaice, Chills. Fever. Malaria. Tbe II IK) size contains '2)4 times as much as the 50o size. Hold by J. rl. Morgau. Hllioiisnrm and ( onallliatlon. For vears I was troubled with bilious nessaud constlDation. wbicb made lite m aerab e for me. MV appetite laneu me. I lost my usual force and vitality. Peosin Dreoarations aud cathartics only made matters worse. I no not know where I should have been today bad I not tried Cbamberlaiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets. The tablets relieve tbe 111 leel- Imc at once, strengtbeu tbe digestive functions, purify the stomach, liver and blood, helping the system to do its work naturally. Mrs. Roaa Potts. Birming ham, Ala. These tablets are for sale by Dunn iE tuilon. Iqs. M. Sum ft PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER Repairs Bollem. Stills Tanks, Agitators. Bnys and Sells Second - hand Boilers, Etc. Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End of Suspension Bridge, Third ward. OIL, CHI. l'A Novdlty Is the Order of the Bay. Buggies cid Surreys. lioad Wagons, Spring Wagons. All styles. Wheels "guaranteed" second growth hickory. I can sell you a better buggy for the money than others, because I buy in car lots. 28 vehicles now in stock. Take your choice. JOE LEVI, Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, OIL. CITY, PA. SKK MY IIABXKSN WACJOXS HARROWS CULTIVATORS srniMiHJts tJIMIX DRILLS HARVKSTIXU JIAIIIIM.S FERTILIZER UUARAXTEE ALWAYS lis iis fiM i I ptiooe me. wuniy ion rirraen i nuues. UHlGAUOt J.G.Bromley, Tionesta. Pa. SLEEI'IXft CAR (FKO.tl Oil. I'lTV) Leave Oil City, daily except Sun day, 6:'i0 p. m., Eaalern Time, arrive Chicago 7:30 a. in., connecting for all western points. Keturnlng leave Uhlcsgo lti:.wi p. m., Central Time, daily except Sat urday, arrive Oil City 2:35 p. in., Eaatern Time. Lake Shore's station In Chicago bent located of any line, in tho heart of business district. For information address W. 8. McCuen, Agent, Oil City, Pa. Lake Shore & Michigan Southern By. 5-5-4t Combined Potato Digger and Showel I'low. It is guaranteed to be O. K. Oak Ian. See tberu. Tbey will surprise you. Driviuy harness, (11. 50. Kraruer. See the new tubular axle. Llgbt run ning and strong. The New Uureh, Cambridge, 01i?er. Tbe Burch is my leader. Try one. Wood ami Bteel frame Spring Toolb, Lever Spike Tooth, l'rice way dowu. Tbe kiud that do not get loose in the joints and wabble. Success. No belter made. Empire, Ontario and Buckeye. The "celebrated" Johnston line of Mowers, Bind er, Reapers, Tedders, Iiakes, Disk Harrows, Ac. Eight per cent. Potash goods, with 12 per cent. Phosphoric. Acid, $22 50 per too. I make good all defects in all goods sold by me. Come io on Saturdays. Ara in on that day. 'phoneme. County aud b armer s 1'hones. Or Jacks & Mules Kntse MHiehanu kh ricn. 210 fine, laruc Jock, Jen nies and Muleft, 14 10 w hands liiRh, weigh from 1 700 to IMXi lla.-gool on chenp now. I will pay a part nt iHiyer's R. R. far am! ahipnina". Stock vur fanteeil. Write (or prices to.dnv. RRCKLER'8 JACK TARM.Wist Eiston.O Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. CiSSSaKi Out of Debt Out of Danger Debt is a millstone around the neck a drag to progress and success Start right by spending a little less than your income, then deposit the balance in this bank where your savings will earn annual interest. One dollar opens an account. Capital and Surplus $ 680,000.00 Total Assets $3,000,000.00 f ranMin Srttsb (fompanK J. L. Hepler LIVERY Stables. Fine carriages for all occasions, with first class equipment. We can fit you out at any time for either a pleasure or business trip, and always at reasouable rates. Prompt service sod courteous treatment. Come and see us. Two NtableN,, Hear of Hotel Weaver niMl Bridge Street Telephone No. 20. T A TVTTrTTl Large trar-tof cheap VV lL 1 LjU land, 6,000 acres or more. Star Realty Company, 328 Fourth Avenue, FittHburgli, fa. lm mmm? RAN KLI N. P A.BannnaH Electric Oil. Guaranteed for Rheumatism, Sprains, Sore Feet, PaiiiM.Ao. At all dealers PINEULES for the Kidneys 30 DAYS' TRIAL FOR SI. OO. Fits Your Machine and Lasts Forever Never Breaks, Never Wears Out Purer, Clearer, More Brilliant Tone Buy Columbia Indestructible Records because they are really indestructible and you will keep on buying them because of their incomparably full, clear tone. They fit your machine! Cost 35 cents! Get a catalog. A splendid repertoire to choose from and we are adding to it right along. BOVARD'S PHARMACY TIONESTA, PA.