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S. & II. Green Trading Stamps with all cash purchases. We're Splendidly Ready in the Suit Section. The garment workers' strike didn't bother us a bit. We anticipated such a contingency and laid our plans ao cordingly. The result the Smart & Silberberg store is now showing the largest and most comprehensive line of fall and early winter garments we have ever shown so early in the season. , And the leadership already assumed by tins store lor the coming season is more marked than ever before. Its display of the new color shadings, its showing of the very latest dress ef fects in almost unlimited variety, and, above all, the infinite grace and character of every garment exhibited all these sink deep in the minds of thoughtful women. It convinces them as nothing else can that there is no question about the supremacy of this store's suit room for the season of 1910-11. We are willing that you judge the value-giving power of this store by the Suits it offers at $'25 and $30. Incidentally, these $25 Suits, we believe, are going to be among our best sellers. They are made of black or navy blue pebble cheviots, have slightly fitted, three-seam backs, velvet collars and the genuine Skinner satin lining. Great style is shown in the gored skirts, which are paneled, both front and back, and have a neat hobble effect near the bottom. The $30 Suits are made of a very superior quality chiffon broadcloth in navy blue, seal brown, gray and other colors, as well as black. The coats are thirty inches long, have half-fitted backs and Skinner's satin lining. Skirts are in full side plaited styles, stitched down below the hips, and are finished in the back with an inverted plait. They look every thread of $-10. Very Important Notice. During Opening Week which means all this week 30 S. & II. Stamps free. You are invited to view the Annual Showing of Fall and Winter Fashions, as exemplified by the expert designers and creators the world over. Opening began Monday night and continues during balance ot the week. We welcome you. The Smart & Silberberq Co. OIL CITY. PA. AN EXAMPLE Of Hie manner in which we protect the interests of our depositors is furnished in our system of audits.. We are constantly under the supervision of the tate Banking Depaitment, and subject to examination by their examiner at any and all times Our Directors appoint a committee to make a com plete examination twice a year, at which times all money and securities are examined and passed upou. In addition to this, we employ an expert ac countant to make a complete semiannual audit, in which every account is examined. We endeavor to give the same careful attention ti) all branches, and solicit your banking aud trust husiueas. Oil City Trust Company, Oil City, Pa. President, JOSEPH SEEP. Vice President, GEORGE LEWIS. m -Children's Shoes. Our Children's Shoes were mode for our trade by a manufacturer thnt makes a business of making Chil dren's Shoes, and he knows how. Better chosen leathers. Better shaped lasts. Better maJe shoes. Better looking shoes. Better wearing shoes. Better Shoes In every way tbau the "just Shoes" proposition that confronts you every where that Shoes are sold. Boys' Shoes, 81.00 to 83.50 Girls' Shoes, 81.00 to 83.00 According to size. JOE LEVI, Cor. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, Ve sT'ITV. . IM. Treasurer, II. R. MERRITT. 71 are the products of more than 30 year' experience. Three brands 76 -Special -Motor Power Without Carbon W.T.Hy gasolines are all refined, distilled and treated contain no "natural" gasolines, which are crude and unrefined and which carry tha maximum of carbon-producing elements. Waverly Oil Works Co. .Plttsburg.Pa. Independent Refiners Maktrt of Wawrty Special Auto Oil mmm Mi.tmmwn mvi'n:fr',M mi swuiaaa JAMES HASLET, GENERAL MERCHANT. Furniture Dealer, AND UNDERTAKER. TIONESTA. PENN J. L. Hcplcr LIVERY Stable. Fine carriages for all occasions, with first class enuipnieut. We can fit you out at any lime for either a pleasure or business trip, and always at reasonable rates. Prompt service and courteous treatment. Come aud see us. ICear or Hotel Weaver Telephone No. 20. CHICHESTER S PILLS 1H A jjONfP IOt A K IM1.I.X. f rs known ss Bn t. Safest, Alty Kellol la SOID BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE TN THE RING AT RENO. A pen 1 pictured poem on the Jellries-Johnson llulit. with Dhoto of iuvRlid author. 10c. Dauiuu Harvey, Cleartield, Pa. Radical AUK jour vranisi ir A rbl-cbe-t4r' Diamond HrtiiilA III in Krd id Uold nimllicYV (.km, irakl ilh tilua RlWion. V TLe Ito the, lluy of Tour lkr..H. Ask f r III.riri K-TFn 9 The Prirvtz Company desire to announce the readiness of a perfectly selected stock of up to the minute wearables lor Men, Boys and Children. Generously represented will be lound The newest in Suits, The newest in Top Coats, The newest in Raincoats, The newest in Overcoats, The newest in Hats, The newest in Haberdashery, The newest in Children's Needs. All priced conservatively. All guaranteed. Stocks all ready and your in spection respectfully solicited. Oil City, Pa. PRAYERAS MORTGAGE LIFTER Experts Locate Oil Well on Farm of Devout Petitioner. Oueldan. La., Sept. 27. Was F. Nye's prayer answered? Is the ques tion beliiK asked by more than 200 men of this parish who have Invested money In the Lake Arthur Oil Fields company, Ltd., of Lake Arthur . Mr. Nye live rear Lake Arthur and has been much agitated over the Mortgage on his farm, Being a de vout church member he prayed that the Lord would ?how him a way to lift the morteaae. He had a dream one night and In, his dream saw a Mranger who told hint oil was under a grassy knoll on his farm. A few das later William H. Dm mot, an oil expert, arrived, and Mr. Nye recognized him as the man of his dream. He examined the place and pointed out the grassy knoll. I.ntpr J O. Smith, another oil ex pert, located the R.ime knoll, and Al- l honse Guern.t, a third expert, did tho same. As a result the Lake Arthur Oil company was organized and Is drilling a hole In the knoll. RISKS HER LIFE FOR HORSE Girls Holds Aninal on Ground Until Help Arrives. Chester, Pa., Sept. 27. Miss Mary Ilentley, sister of Dr. George R. Bent ley. of this city, saved her brother's horse from Injury by Jumping on its neck after it bad fallen In an effort to run away. The animal broke its hitching strap in its fright of a passing automobile. and was struggling on the ground when Miss Dentley, at the risk, of her own life, showed herself an able horse woman. She was thrown about by the fran tic equine, but held him until hen brother arrived. Mis a nentley was only slightly inji'ied, but the road cart to which the horse was hitched was wrecked. Killed by Indian Maiden. Bartlesville, Okla., Sept. 27 Anne Ituffalo, an Indian maiden, shot and Villed hr sweetheart. .Tacob Moore, a white man, here last night. She drove In a cab to a house where Moore was vlsitlne friends and. calling him to the door, shot him. Jealousy was the cause. MARKET REPORT New York Prevision Market. New York, Sept. 26. WHEAT No. 2 red, $1.05; Sept.. Jl.04; Dec. f 1.08; May, 1.12tt. CORN No. 2 in elevator, domestic, 62c; Sept., fi2c; Dec., 60C. OATS No. 2 white, in elevatoi, 3!Vic; white on track, 39434c PORK Mess, $23.00. BUTTER Creamery special 30'c; rtttra, 2flc; state dairy, good to choice, 2.'i',i28c; factory, 23Mf24c. CHEESE Slate, specials, 13 17c. EOGS State and Pennsylvania, 36W40c. POTATOES Long Island, 1.75a 2.12; state, $1.".02.00. Buffalo Provision Market. Buffalo, Sept. 2(1. WHEAT No. 1 northern, $1.19V4; No. 2 red, J 1.02. CORN No. 2 yellow, r.8'4C f. o. b. afloat; No. 3 yellow, .ri7:j4c. OATS No. 2 white, 374c f. o. b. aflot; No. 3 white, M'c. FLO I 'It Fancy blended patent, per bbl.. $6.25fr7.0; winter family patent. :.fiH(i 0.25 Lil'TTER Creamery, western tubs, ''.r: Btaic creamery. fair to good. 27 29c; dairy, fair to good, 26ft 27c. UIKKSK Good to choice, 15 Itit EGGS State, selected whit.-?, 32c. POTATOES White, choice to fan cy, per bu oUc East Buffalo Livestock Market. CATTLE Prime steers, $7.50(3 ".""; good to choice butcher steers, Su.?u&6.8:: choice cow, $5.00i.60; choice heifers, $.1.25 '6.00; common to fnlr heifers, i l.25(Ti 4:") : common to ri'i- hulls. $3.50(Tt4.00; choice veals, a1ii.7r.St11.on; fair to good, SlO.OO'tf it r.o. SHEEP AND LAM US Clipped v..nriini! r..2r,(frr..75; clipped weth ers. sVn't; clipped mixed sheep, f4.2r.4.7r,. Buffalo Hay Market. Tlmothv. No. 1, new, on track, it i ii itf, i an- Mn i tlmnth:. Sl6.0o9 17.00; straw, wheat and oat, $7.00 7.ii0. CHRISTY PEACE PLAN Sister of Arti't Would Drlng Them Together Again. It became known at Zanesville, Ohio, that Miss Rose Christy, a tinier of (he artist, has found a way whereby her brother, Howard Chand ler Christy, and his wife, Mrs. Mabelle C hrlsty, can patch up their differences and live together again. It will be remembered that the prin cipal point which siparated the cou ple was the matter of residence, Mra. Christy faying she would not live at Duncan Falls nd Mr. Christy de claring he would not live In New York. ' Now. .Visa F.ose Christy lias hit up on the plan, which is that her brother shall go to New York to live during the fall and winter aud that his wife Bhall come to Duncan-Falls to live during the spring and summer. Miss Christy says that if this plan is followed out they may be reunited, nud that Natalie, the little daughter of the couple, can live with them both. CANNON ON STAGE? HARDLY Speaker Gets $3,000 a Week Offer So Does Waste Basket. Speaker Cannon Is not going to ele vate the vaudeville stage for $3,000 a week or any other amount. The speaker raid so himelf at Danville, 111. When Mr. Cannon returned home from Iroquois county a telegram dated Toledo, Ohio, was handed to him. It made him an offer to go on the stage and make a few remarks about the in surgents. "Ob d m! Somebody is try In to get some free advertising or some faker is nt work," f.ald the speaker when asked about the proposition. "I did receive a telegram from Toledo tliis morning but as it was unsigned ! threw It in the waste basket; that's nil I know about It." "GREAT GAS WELL STRUCK One of the Largest Ever Found In Western New York Field. The Standard Oil company, while drilling for gas on Walnut creek in the town of Arkwight, N. Y., struck the greatest flow of gas ever known in the Western New York gas field. The well was capped and metered and found to be f owing 500000 feet of pas per day, The well is down 2,600 fret and had only penetrated twelve inches Inlo .Medina sandstone when the rush of gai came up with such force as to cut the cable that held the drill and the roaring could be heard a mile awav WOMAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE tut Throat While Brooding Over Son's Condition. Oxford, Pa Sept. 27. Mrs. William Daveen of Harnsley attempted sui cide by cutting her throat. However, the knife used did not sever the caro tid artery. I'nnMe to cry out, the woman called assistance by tapping against a box In the woodshed. Physicians summoned hurried the woman to University hospital, where her condition Is said to be necessarily fatal. The woman's act is said to have been caused by despondency and brooding over her son's condition, he being Insane. The STEVENS jV- 33S Double "Barrel Hammerless Shotgun is utrnngnit wliero other gnus arc vniktitl. The lnr-r-s Hiicj lugs nre drop-forged in one pjct u uf hi-li pressure steel, choke bored for nitro jmwdcr with limited rib. IVk up tliin trim nnl fn-l tlio b.ilnnrc of it examine the workinir pnrU rloM-ly null see tlie line eare and llnisli of OetJiil you will wiy it'H a winner. It list nt only $20.00 find will he expressed prrald (hrei-t Irolll Hie faetory in vitue fu i i rminof m-rurc V I 'oniyi a dealer. J'VI f-r nrw Art Citalinf r if riroi. Mom t,i-liut Well " . M. TOnl COMPANY P.O. Box CMS CUcopM FiDi Mia, STEVENS "iSl f. H Srn.1 Oil City, Ta. Spanish Surnames. In addition to three or four Christian names the Spanish child bears the com bined family mi meg of his father and mother. When the surnames are dou bled or connected by the y, meaning "and," the first is the more Important one and the only one that may be tak en alone, for it is in the father's name, while the Inst is In the name of the mother. In Spain they know no "sen ior" nnd "Junior." Pat her and son may bear the same Christian name, but each takes Ills own mother's unme as a distinction, the father being, for instance, Pedro Vint y Castillo and tho son Tetlro Dlna y Plnnco. B & B the new catalog About the time your card requesting a copy reaches us the new Au tumn and Winter Cata log will be ready to mail. This is our 48th Semi Annual Catalog and un questionably tne most valuable publication we ever issued. Cramd from cover to cover with dependable information and quoting small-profit prices on medium and better class merchandise from each of the sixty-nine sections of this store. This catalog should become the text book of True Value in every household. Mailed free on request. BOGGS & BUHL NORTH 8IDE, PITTSBURGH, PA. The Individual or the Trust Company for Trustee. Where an individual is appointed to act as executor or trustee, the duty of fulfilling the office is some time very seriously interfered with because of personal interests. It often happens that an individual executor is not qualified by experi ence to act advantageously and economically, whereas in the trust company, trained officials accus tomed to work of this character, give personal attention to all details. Then again there is a possi bility of the individual, owing to inexperience or lack of knowledge, yielding to the temptation to em ploy the funds or properties in his charge in hazardous investment with results disastrous to the estate, The Trust Company protects your estate against such risks. Total Aaaeta $3,000,000.00 f rauMm russt aTompamj PRAN K L. I N. PA tipilijy Wednesday. Sept. 28,JMj VW Saturday. Oct. 8th. 1899 This store will celebrate the niversary with a sale which we best in the history of the store. Every department contributes something to this Eleventh Anniversary Sale. Cloaks and Suits, bilks, Goods, Blankets, Children's Dresses, &c. This sale offers those from their Fall buying and save many il Double Coupons, j ; ; On all Cash Purchases made during I ; ; our Anniversary Sale, Double Silver I ; I Trading Coupons will be allowed. X Wm. B. James, Our Stock is now Complete. Fall Goods Are All In. We are the sole icenta in Oil City for the following well known lines: Hart. SobafToer A Marx all wool Clothes for Men. Ederbeimer-Stein "Xlra Good'' Clothes for Yoaog Men. Mallory Crafenette Hats, guarap. teed strictly waterproof and to retain their color and shape. King Quality and Burt & Packard guaranteed Patent Leather Shoes. All goods are moderately priced and we solicit your inspection. Max Jacobs, Oil City, Pa. Pennsylvania Railroad $1.00 $1.50 to Sunday, October 2, 1910 SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Tionesta 9.02 A. M. RETURNING, leaves Olean 8.00 p. m., Bradford 8.00 p. m Warren 10.00 p. ill. Tickets good only on Special Train in each direotlon. No bBagatse checked. Children one-lialf fare. Chance to Visit Wonderful Kock City. LAST OF J. R. WOOD, Passenger TraiUo Manager IiMolutloii Notice. Notice Is hereby given that the co partnership heretofore exiHtlng under the firm name of Lamton A Uordou is this day dmsolvod by mutual consent, Mr. Gordon retiring Iroui tbo linn. All debts owing to tbe firm are payable to F. R. Laosun, who will also settle all accounts against tbe Arm. F. R. Lanson. A. H. Gordon. Tionesta, Pa., Sept. A, I'.'IO. AdiuIniNlrnfrix' Notice, Letters of Administration on the estate of Georg'e B. Armstrong, late of Tionesta Borough, Forest County, Pa., deceased, having been granted to tbe undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to makepayment without delay, and those having claims or de mands will present them, duly authenti cated, for settlement. Margaret L. Armstrong, Adm'rx, Tiouesta, Pa. S. D. Irwin, Attorney. August t, 11110. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. 1911 occasion of its Eleventh An expect to make the biggest and JJress uoods, Damask wash a distance an opportunity to do times their car fare. Oil City, Pa. Copyri(ht Htrt Scbiffixt tc Mux TO VAItlti: AND iiirruiiN oli:a ok rhadfokd .iI UKTUKN T1IE SEASON. GEO. W. BOYD, General Passenger Agent Fred. Orottenborgor GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well TooIh, Gas or Water Fit tings and General Blacksmithiug prompt ly done at 1-ow Rates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in rear of and Inst west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBERGER OFTICIAN. Office ) k 7K National Bank Building, OIL CITY, PA. Ryes examined free. Exclusively optical. m'"K i .