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wear on any occasion. They bear tbe Kban Tailoring Company label. We are the exclusive agents for Khan Tailored Clothes. There are no better made. S. & II. Green Trading Stamps with all cash purchases. kUAI.Y kWslxWk The Ihre. MWHW special gradei of Gaso line manufactured ex preaslr for Autos are i 76 Special Kl Power witboat Carbon hoi TVi h Anln C.MMiIinri Vvl er made. Potitirelr VA will not form urban deposits A I TheseWYerlv" C lines g.Te sure, quick ig nition and instantaneous. powerful and clean ex Plosion. Made from enmyhrania Crude Oil. Aak your Dealer Waverly Oil Works Co. Independent Refines Pittsburg, P.. m after or Waverly Special Auto Oil, SlII Foot Form Shoes. Our Foot Form Shoes for Children allow free aud easy action ot tbe muscles iu walking, give a firm tread to tbe child's foot, hold the arch in plaoe and support the ankle. The Proper Fit At every poiut, together with selected leathers and skilled shnemaking, make our Foot Form Shoes ideal Shoes for Children. 81 to $3.50. 25 Cent SsJe, All This Week. Of all the busy weeks that this busy store has known in wpek of October 10 to 15 to establish a record. Great preparations have been under way lor this great sale. We ve worked ana planned ana scnemea. e ve cA oil flio Virnin nnA pnpro-v at our command in the effort to uotu " " OJ ... J make this "Twenty-five Cent Sale" particularly interesting and profitable to all our patrons. , Vnn'il ho Riimrisprl at what a auartcr will buy lor in stance, every article or fabric regularly priced at 35c, many that that hpar a 50c ticket. All over the C1( ' k 1VV.U -a.VV wvr..-w '11 find 25c mice cards, and every time you see one, rest assured it covers an item of special value. 25 Cents Will Buy Four yards Striped Flannelettes in light colors, pink, light blue and tan ttaple stripes. Eiebt yards Twilled Toilet Crash. Six inch Silk Moire Taffeta Kibbon, splendid quality, all colors, well worth 45c. A lot of Fancy Hibbons, regular 5()o and up. A lot of Hat Pius that were 50c, 75c and SI. Five Silk Hair Nets. 35o and 50c Belting. Six dozen Fearl Huttons. Dressing Combs that were 3!c. Peter Thompson Hows and 1 les. Men's Fleeced Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, nearly anv tize. Women's 35c Underwear, Vests aud Pants, any size 4 to !. Child's 10a Hose-three pairs for 25c. Women's Fin Gauze, both plain and embroidered. 3)C and oMo ones. Three Scrub Cloths, 10o ones. Seven dish Cloths. 5o ones. Embroidered Lunch Cloths, 30x30. Two lluck Towels, 15c ones. Three Huck Towels, lOo ones. 35c lUth Towels. Three yards 10c Crash. Two yards 25c Lingerie Cloth. Three yards 15c Lingerie Cloth. 35o and 40 1 White Goods. Ibree Tooth Brushes from a choice of a whole wheelbarrow full. Gdn . . l .i. .ii .:.,. i,;n,ta Cat iVitpa Rnmhes for the nrice of one. UIUQ UriBlie, 011 Olfcco nuu niuuo. , . , I Genuine bristle Hand and Nail Brushes-just the kud you always pay 50 j for. Two bottles eight ounce size Peroxide. Two 25c jars Peroxide Cold Cream Two 25c cans Peroxide Tooth Powder. 50c Pillow Tops. 50o Pictures. 50o and 75a I era V ases. 50c Persian Seco Silks. 81 Velour Cushions. Three Lirge Cotton Batts. Three yards 10o ChaUie. Child's Aprons made of good Percale or Lancaster Ginghams. Two 25c burs Colgate's Coleo S aD. Women's Percale Aprons. Women's Drawers, extra sizes, deep flounce, five tucks, hemstitched. Many other bargains which we haven't space to enumerate. The Smart & Silberberq Co. OIL CITY, PA. School Children Should be taught the "art of saving." In some cases it will prove more valuable than some of their other accompimnmeois. st.w win awn, 4 Per Cent. Savings Account, And interest will be credited June 1st and December 1st, each year. Oil City Trust Company, Oil City, Pa. We will macke you a Sviit or an Overcoat For $15 and up to $50. On this broad-guaged principle, if the suit don't fit you absolutely perfect, or if you feel that at any price specified you are not getting the greatest made-to-measure values ever offered, you are not obliged to accept the garments. We are the sole agents in Oil City for the famous Khan Tailoring Company, of Indianapolis. The line of fall fabrics comprises all the new shades and patterns and many exclusive weaves controlled only by this firm. The tailoring in a Khan Tailored Suit is letter perfect and represents the best efforts of brainy needlemen who com bine ability with conscientious effort. Our methods of measurement render a misfit almost out of the question. Come in and see what's meant by a pcriect assortment. Oil City, Fa. Oil City, Pa. Costings. NATIONAL PHASE OF STATE FIGH1 Congress and Next Presidency involved in Result. WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW J. L. Heplcr LIVERY Stable. 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 rcasouable rates. Prompt service and courteous treatment. Come and see us. Hear of Hotel Weaver TIOITESTA, TJ. Telephone No. 20. KEELEY CURE The cure that has been continuously mici-essful for more than 81 years is worth investigating. For the drug or drink halit. Wi-lln for particular. Only Keelev Institute in Westrrn Petiua. 40 Hl'tll Ave., I'itlshui Kh, I'a. The campaign now being waged throughout Pennsylvania and In every congiessional district in the Union, is of national scope. It leads directly up to the presi dency. Two years from now we shall be electing a president. This struggle is preliminary. This fact should not be overlooked. All over the country the Democrats are aroused. They are claiming that in November they will elect a ma jority in the national house of repre sentatives. They have figured and they are light in their figures that if they can but gain thirteen senators thev will also control the senate. They already have carried the Btate of Maine, which means the gain of two representatives and one United States senator. They believe that they can win in New York, In Massachusetts, in Ohio, in Indiana, in a dozen states now aligned with the Republican party. They are cock sure of the house. They are cock sure that they will reduce the Republican majority in the senate to a beggarly majority, even If they do not wipe out that majority entirely. But they are certain, if they fall !n getting rid of that majority this time that, two years hence, they will sweep that majority out of existence. Two years hence they expect to elect their president and give him a Democratic congress. That Is the object at which they are uiming. and they have brought the chairman of the Democratic national congressional committee into Pennsyl vania to help them to do It. For they rely upon Pennsylvania to help along the Democratic cause. It is up to the Republicans of Penn sylvania to say whether they shall receive aid In this great Republican state. There are two sets of Democrats in Pennsylvania. There are the Herry Democrats, who are running after Wit Unm H. Berry, ttie friend, the fol lrrwer, the disciple of William Jen nlngs Bryan. Mr. Berry wants to be elected governor, but at the same time he asks you to vote for him on the Keystone Party ticket, which carries numerous Democratic candidates for congresa and for the legislature. Vote for Berry on the Keystone ticket and you vote not only for the repudiation of President Tal't, for the repudiation of former President Roose velt, but you vote for Democratic con gressmen and for Democratic or as sistant Democratic members of the legislature. And if you vote for Democratic members of the legislature you vote in turn for a Democratic United States senator, and you vote for a combination which will reapportion the state in the congressional districts that additional Democratic congress men will be elected for years to come. Mr. Berry heads one set of Demo crats the Bryan contingent. Webster Grim, the leader of the other set of Democrats the "regular" set also asks you to elect Democratic congress men and Democratic members of the legislature. The two Democratic can didates are for thcmnelvps when it com?s to the governorship. They are for the Democratic party in all other respects. If you want a Democrat in the ex ccntlve mansion, and if you want a Democratic congress, and If you want a Democratic legislature, which means In turn a Democratic United States senntor and a reapportionment of the congressional districts on a Demo cratic basis, why by all means vote for Beiry or Grim. Report on the Condition of Business by R. G. Dun & Co. R. (. Dun & Co's weekly revie eays: The tndiibtrinl and mercantile out look Is better than statistics of actual transactions Indicated. The iron and FteeJ trade seems brighter In spite ol the unsatisfactory demand for pig Iron. There Is, however, st large con nimptlon of wire and a better demand foi structural products and tills is a good sign. Woolen and worsted goods are Iu better demand. Notwithstanding a wjakouin rirc basis and dissatisfaction regarding the demand for pig iron there has been no Important ctirt'iHment In out I 'll of late. Since there was one lew day in that month than In ugu.U th daily average rale wm actuall larger at 6",t67 tons, according to Iron Age ailhough this represents t fullmts of! of folly 7,000 tons from tho production l:i June. Slightly m-ro interest was ilown In pig Iron :n certain (lictrlcts. but as a rule buyers oie;T.t-j with cau tion and actual busine.-t remains li(--ht. Curtailment I t the most im portant feature of tlm manufacture o! cotton goods snd the uiA'xet Is seme what stroiiger with lho bny.u of grav cloths larger. Silk ri.'c; goida r.fd silk ribbons maintain the improve mcnt noted In recent weeks. Orders for footwear increase slight ly from week to week, but busitiiKS Is far from normal. 58 MEN ENTOMBED Ga Explosion Wrecked Coal Mines of Colorado Fuel & Iron Company. At 10 o'clock Saturday night a gas explosion wrecked the big coal mines ot the Colorado Fuel & Iron company at Starkville, Colo. Reports say fifty eight men are known to have been entombed and the number may reach 100. There Is no hope that any are still alive. They were nearly all Americans. Rescue parties have been endeavor ing to enter the workings at Inter vals ever since the explosion, but none had succeeded In penetrating more than 3"0 feet. The last party of eleven men were overcome by gas and barely escaped death, companions who were roped to them and were twenty feet behind them, dragging them out unconscious. The explosion Is believed to have occurred three miles under ground. JOE LEVI, Cof. Center, Seneca and Syca more Streets, OIL CITY, YX. CHICHESTER S PILLS TIIK 1HAMONK IIIUM). a IJlen! Aftk your irrucfUl for a hl-rbfu-ter'a Itlumon JTtratilV 1'IIU in Krd tn.1 Uold nirtaUtAX sealed with Iilu Ribbon. V Take n other. But of our Ask for fl II ! II r.K. TPR S ITUEfflnt. lUAMONI IIKAM IMLI,H.f tt& years known as Ileat, Safest, Always kellal.lt SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE TN THE KINO AT RKNO. A pen X pictured poem on the Jellrles-Johnson light, witli pliulo ol' invalid author, lUu. Damon Harvey, Ulearlield, fa. SHANGHAI BANKS FAIL Two Native Institutions Go Under For 10,000,000 Taels. Shanghai, Oct. 11 The speculation in stocks, which has been going on here since June resulted today In the fnilnre of two native banks for 10,000, 000 taels. Many others faiuies uro expected. The speculiiti'iiis In shares lias been g.'ilng on since last June and the finan cial condition is unsound. There had been several failures of native banks before the comparatively large ones announced today. PARSON GOES TO PRISON Confessed Abductor of Eunice Whit taker, Sent to Dannamora. The Rev. Clinton DeWitt Sharpe. the self-confessed abductor of 14-year-old liuitice Whlttaker from her home here on June 5, was sentenced In Supreme court at Schenectady, N. Y., to a term of not less than three years six month or not more than five years six months in the Dannamora prison. "It la not a pleasant thing for the court to pass rentence upon you," the evangelist was Informed by Justice Van Kirk. "You are a man of educa tion and you ought to have known the seriousness of the crime." The prisoner thanked the Judge for the clemency shown and 'said he ap preciated It. Sharpe, who was preacher In a Sev en Day Adventli-t church. Induced the girl to leave her home nnd It was not until two months later that they were located in Kansas City and arrested He maintained his Innocence of the charge of abduclion until the present time. When arraigned in the present term of court he changed his plea. Poison Placed In Hetervoir. It was found that a large quantity of Paris green was placed In a reser voir used by the family of Dartel beatherly at Bermuda, Pa., and its timely discovery saved the lives ol the members of the household. The lid of Wie receptacle was open, and this aroused the suspicion of a son of Mr. Leathery. Upon investigation a box was found floating on the water, When brought tc the surface It was found to be filled with the poison. Auto Killed PennvWanla Steel Man Kimerlntendent C. W. Itelnoehl at the head of one of the de partments of the Pennsylvania Steel company at Steelton, Pa., was imot lnstant'y killed by the skid ding and turning turtle of a large Cadillac touring car at Buena Vlata Atlantic City. Cotton Ginned During September. Austin, Tex., Oct. 11. The state de partment of agriculture has i-sued Its report of cotton ginned In lexas dur ing the month of September. It show that 373,830 bales were ginned during hat month as compared with 818,072 Iiales for September of last year. The total of the U10 crop ginned to Oct 1 was I.1M.2"S, a compared with 1. 0I6.277 bales tor last year up to that date. WhyT When a mother tells ber boy be Is getting to be Just like bis father be knows well that it Is not Intended as n compliment. In Awful Shape. "Whv don't you go to work?" "I'm so dead tired of doing nothing that I'm too tired to do anything." Clevelntid Lender. Pennsylvania Railroad ItiiUotln. OPENING OF THE GREAT PENN SYLVANIA STATION IN NEW YORK. On Sunday, November 27, full train service will bo inaugu rated by the Pennsylvania IUilroad to and from its new Btation at Ssventh Aveuue and Thirty-secoud Street, New York City. Tbe location of the Pennsylvania Station, one block from Broadway, two blocks from Fifth Avenue, is in tbe heart of the hotel, club, and theatre district ot Manhattan. Within a short radius are located the majority of tbe big retail stores aud restau rants. Tbe Seventh Avenue surface cars aud the Eighth Avenue surface cars pass its doors; tbe Thirty-fourth Street surface cars (crosstown) pass its Thirty fourth Street entrance, and stations of IheHixth Avenue Elevated and Hudson and Manhattan Tubes are a short block from its' main entrance. Time Tables showing the service to and from the Pennsylvania Station are now being arranged, and may be obtained at Ticket Offices before the opening of the Stition. Connections will be made at Manhattan Transfer (near New ark") with local trains to and from the downtown stations by wav of Jersey City, so that downtown New York passengers who desire may continue ti use the Cortlaodt and Dsbrosses Street Stations and the Hudson Terminal Station of the Hudson and Manhattan Tubes. We're not particularly anxious to enter iuto competition with our Coat Department, so we'll not pres the sale of Coatings ton vigorously. But there's a nice assortment of Coaling materials here ranging from $1.75 to 82.50 yard that those womon who appreciate the advantages and economy of buying materials and making the coats should see. 54 and 56 inches wide plain kerseys, meltons, mixtures and plaid mixtures. Black aud White Caracul, $3 and 85 yard. Black acrvd White. We belisve this is the first store in this section to exploit "Black and White." Some of the leading fashion authorities heralded "Black and White" for the spring season 11)11. But one or two of the more progressive Americin silk manufacturers started their looms July 1st at the suggestion of certain buyers for the Now York department stores. Always quiok to anticipate coming fashions we cot our order in lor a few choice patterns in "Black and Whito Silks." These and some advance foulard styles are on display at the ilk counter. WILLIAM B. JAMES. OIL CITY, PA. You Buy Clothes for Style, Fit and Comfort od you're entitled to get what you pay for. You'll get all three when you wear one of these specially designed suits made for us by Hart Schaffner & Marx. Smart, snappy clothes not froakish; all-wool, finely tailored, correct in fit. II. S. & M Suiu, $18 00 to 827.50. Overcoats, 815 00 to 827. 50 Other good Suits, 810 00 to 815 00 Other good Overcoats, 87 00 to 815 00 Max Jacobs, 233 Seneca St , Oil City, - Pa, ride irtti CopOf H((Uitucl ii M' Pennsylvania Railroad 75c to Oil City or Titusville AND RETURN Sunday, October 16, 1910 SPECIAL TRAIN Loaves Tionesta 10:56 A. M. KETUIININC., leaves Titusville, 8:00 p. m.j Oil City, 8:40 p. m. Tickets good going aud returning only on Special Train on date of excursion. No baggage will be checked. Children between Flvo and Twelve years of Age, Half Fares LAST OF THK SEASON. J. K. WOOD, Passenger TralHo Manager GKO. W. BOYD. General Passenger Agent B & B choice silks practically every Silk and style fnade, and Approved-is here for yoijr inspection, from TalTcta Silk at 50c to most elaborate French Novelties, Beautifr'ly embroidered and daintily printed Crepes, new weaves and effects. Satins -soft clinging Messa lines and Satin Crepes to heavy Wedding Satins. Elegant Damask Brocades, and Pompadour and Jardiniere Brocades, warp printed in charm ing color tones. More than a thousand styles Parisian, Dresden, Egyptian and Bulgarian designs and colorings on Taffeta, Satin de Chene anfi Crepe. Double bordered wide (V,i inch) Calcium Crepe -White, plain or pin dot ground with su perb floral borders in flower col ors, $2-00 yard. Special : Yard w'l'e ph'ingc able Taffeta Silk the good strong kind, so desirable for Pet ticoat? and Linings, $100 yard. bright, pleasing color com binations, especially adapted for use under Marquisette and other transparent materials, BOGGS & BUHL NORTH SIDE, PITTSBURGH, PA. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. SIEVEES The Number 520, Six-Shot Repeating Shotgun at $25.00 is a liaiiuiii'rlt'NS gun with a solid frame, Kanicr to operate quickr -r nnd smoother net ion tlinn any otliePj It never balks nm jit perfeetly Imlaiieed, IVtniliil (lexrriptlnn of nny of our gnus is in imr im l'aire 1-W Culnlng. SViid nr it TO HA V If you rannnt ohtnln STKVKNS riSTOLS, Tl-.I.KSCOI'KS llirmiirh your nealer, wo w in mho uireci, t'vpres niton rt;. ti'lut of catalog priee, J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL COMPANY P. O. llox M)3 CHICOPEE FALLS MASSACHUSETTS era j l i iifvtiiiiii mmm OFTIOIAN, Office ) 4 7K National Bank Huilding, OIL CITY, PA. Kye examined free. Exnlnaivelv optitiul, Chamberlain' Never fails. Buy it now. It may save life.