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S. & II. Green Trading Stamps with all cash purchases.
For the Dress and Costume The Soft, Shimmery Goods Now Prominent. The lour most pronounced favorites are Silk Voiles, Silk Poplins. -Silk Chiffon Cloths and Marqucsettes. You'll find here all the wanted shades and colors, both for street and eve ning wear. Silk Voiles, $1.50 and $1.75. Silk Poplins, $1.50 and $2. Silk Chiffon Cloths, 1 and 1.25. Marquesette, $1.50. Note we sell the best grade ot Chiffon Cloth at $1.25 and the best Marquesette the market affords at $1.50. New Arrivals in Millinery. Our tremendous millinery business of the past week ena bles us to offer a hundred or more entirely new models, many new shapes and novelties not heretofore shown. An important and readily apparent leature of the display is the mark of exclusiveness which the various models show, reprsenting, as they do, the contributions of the world's fore most designers intermingled with the product of our own estab lishment. In every instance it will be noticed that the prices have been kept down to the lowest possible mark, which probably accounts for our phenomenal business in this section. Some Fur Advice. It is just as important that you know where to boy your furs as to know the sort of lurs you ought to buy. Ihe primary step is to assure yourself of good reliable fur service, of absolute correct style, quality and value. Such a store as this guaran tees you all this security and more. In short, from any viewpoint, this is the correct place to buy furs. Give us an opportunity to impress you with this fact, The Smart & Silberberq Co. OIL CITY, PA. School Children Should be taught the "art of saving." Id some cases it will prove more valuable tbao-some of their other accomplishments. $1.00 will start a 4 Per Cent. Savings Account, And interest will be credited June 1st and December 1st, each year. Oil City Trust Company, Oil City, Pa. TAYLOR tai loring can stand the test, so, for this rea son you are earnestly invited to compare their quali ty and pop ular prices with other made-to-measure clothes. ti' .. -if? O I ra l oi , i Uikirunm TAG W you are nor peasea tilth IhlS GARMENT no nor rata in fare it made right peortr yuu WEAR IT. 'J.L.TAYLOR A So certain are they of superiority and of giv ing you absolute satis faction that they attach this tag to every garment. D. H. Blum, Tionesta, Pa. (g """"I i i Do Yovi Weigh 500 Pounds or Less? Are you one of those men who thiok you cannot be fitted in ready-to-wear clot lite? If you are, we stand ready to prove that your ideas are costiog you from $10 00 to $25.00 every time you get a suit made. We cau fit any man, oo matter how he is built, at from $8.00 to $30.00, and we'll do it satisfactorily, because we maintain separate departments for Long Men, Short Men, Stout Men, Long Stout Men, Regular Men, and Young Meu. Suppose You Come In and Try On. We Pacy Your Fare. Oil City, Pa. A mm 4? Oil City, Ta. CHANCE FOR THE GIRLS Young Americans of Saskatchewan Ar Eager For Wives From Hoire. Pittsburg, Oct. 18. Wives arc want ed by American eettlers In the Cana dian Northwest, according to a ualet received by Major Magee. Tlio letter, which Is dated Tat.tullon. Saskatche wan, Canada. Oct. 12, follow: "'.tenr Sir: A club of young Ameri cans here desires to ask your assist ance in a matrimonial wny. Thers are no young women in tliN part of the country and we have decided upon the' means of getting in comnmnica lion with youiiR women who aro matri monially Inclined. Anioni; our mem bers are bankers, merchants, train dealers, stockmen, one physician, civil and railroad engineers, railroad con ductors, cowboys, bookkeepers, etc., etc., any of wh'im are well prepared to abundantly provide for a nice home. This Is a beautiful and wealthy coun try, with most Ame:lcan settler. We trust you will publish this letter, for which you obligate us deeply." This stirring appeal Is tunned "Wil lis P. Sherman, for tha cl'in." KILLED BY ELCTRIC SHOCK Telephone Worker Came In Contaot With High Tension Wire. Harttord, Conn., Oct. 18. Instant e'eath by electricity came to George A. Fowler, manager of the Farmlngton Telephone exchange, at Foote's Cor ner, in West Hartford. Mr. Fowler was at wcrk at the top of a telephone pole and came in con tact with a high tension wire. Persons saw him fall across the wires and his clothing began to burn, but they were unable to render as sistance. Word was sent to '.he Farm ington exchange and the current was turned off, but the body of the man burned on the wires for an hour. Mr. Fo.vler was testing the wires at aiferent points when killed. He forty years old and had been employed by the Southern New Fr.gland Tele phone company for several years. SUICIDE IN CLUBHOUSE Member of Prominent Carbondale Family Shoots Himself. Scranton, Pa., Oct. 18. Karly visit ors yesterday morning to the Crafts man's club, a Masonic organisation of Carbondale, found the body of John L. Morgan, a member of a prominent family, with a revolver by his fide. A bullet hole in his breast Indicated that he had killed himself. Morgan, who was 28 years old, had not been In good health for a few months, but of late had shown signs of improvement. He loft the city Fri day for Uinghamton, N. Y., where he was to take charge of a store for hU father. His return to Carbondale was not known even by his wife. What im peled him to take his life is unknown. FOWL CAUSES MURDER Victim Objected to Accusation That He Had Killed and aten One. Haekensack, N. J., Oct. 18. James Sprnlgh and Daniel Trainor, both ne groes employed In the stable of D. A. Grnber of Franklin avenue. P.irige wood, were fast friends until yester day morning, when the former told Mrs. Grnber that Trutnor had killed and eaten one of her fowl. The men miarrelrd and Rpralgh shct Trainor with a rifle. The ninr dertr then walked to polic-; headquar ters and gave himself up. "I've killed I he big follow at the barn. It was either him or me and 1 got him first ," sn!-j Srai;;h as he h.'.mled over tlu rifle. Trelitor died in tha Puter.-i.in hospital. "WITCH"' CAUSED INSANITY Affected Women Lay Trouble to Med icine Administered. Pottsville, Pa., Oct. 18. Medicine almlnlslcred by a Hazleton clairvoy ant caused Mrs. John Dnnirnl and Mis.-? Harriet Leggeit of this place to be come temporarily insane. Uoth of the blck women were rec ommended to the Hazleton "witch" (iuctor as a person who could cure l hem. A warrant was sworn out for Ihe arrest of the Hazleton woman for practicing medicine without, a license. Trolleyman Kills Himself. Wllkes-narro, Pa., Oct. i. C. W. McKeeby. a trolley conductor, com mitted suicide last night by shooting. Ill health was the cause. SOLDIERS' MARCHING ABILITY General Wood Says More Attention Must Be Paid to Feet of Men. Washington Oct. lS.-The annual report of Major General Leonard Wood as commanding officer of the Department, of the Fast for the fiscal year ended June 30 last criticises the marchlnij ability of the Infantry. "The calls upon ti e infantry," Gen eral Wood said, "are already severe and will Increase rapidly In the Im mediate future, incident to the gar risoning of the Hawaiian islands and the Isthmus of PanainlsT In the infant ry especial attenMon should be paid to mobility. Our troops do not march as they should. "This is due almost wholly to the lack of interest In this feature by the officers, especially commanding offi cers. In this connection company commanders must give more atten tion to the feet of their men and seo to it that their Fhoes fit and that their feet are carefully looked after. Sore feet is one of the greatest causes of in efficiency of infantry troops in the field and can be almost wholly avoid ed If the officers do their ffuty In look ing after the feet of their men." General Wood recommends an in crease of 20 regiments of infantry. The cavalry, he said, should be reor ganized and the field artillery should be also increased. He recommended also the re-establishment of the can teen and the creation of a general service corps. LOSS OF LIFE EXAGGERATED Governor Eberhardt Reports 32 Dead and $2,000,000 Property Logs In Forest Fires. Reports received of the great loss of life In the forest fires of Northern Minnesota were greatly exaggerated by the terror stricken people on the out break of fire early in the week. Gov ernor Eberhardt on his return from the north summarized the loss as thirty-two dead und property loss 2, ooo.ono. "The fire situation Is now well in hand," said the governor, "and al ready the work of rebuilding homes has started. "A check' has been kept on all re leif work donp, so it is known Just how much clothing and supplies have leen distributed. "Most of them had insurance on their property, so they will be able to take care of themselves cfter tempor ary relief." French Railway Strike Ended. The railway strike In France Is over, although the lines will not be normally working again until Mon day. The other strikes voted in sym pathy with the railway men proved to be merely platonlc expressions except In the case of the electrical workers, whose quilting work deprived Paris .of one-third of its light. Tru r n. n Trua Vutuu -J Xf g Valu fine dress serge For servicesible dresses or Tailor Suits the material al ways in. style and demand is Serge 20 different lines and qualities hero some of them Blue and Black only but ma jority of the lines are in full range of colors, Blues, Browns, Greens, Greys, Tans, Reds, Black and Cream plain weaves, shadow stripes and checks 50c, 73c, 83c, $1.00 to $3.00 yai-d 42 to 58 inches wide. See the line of all-wool, crisp finish Storm Rerge all colors and Black 50 inches wide, 85c yard, and you will see at a glance you are saving fifteen cents a yard, and if you will compare prices on other lines wo can show you a saving of fifteen to fifty cents a yard on Serges. Dressy dress goods and Tailor ings big showing of each all grades all widths all prices 15c to $;.50 yard. W want to send yon a Catalog. Send your name. BOGGS & BUHL NORTH SIDE, PITTSBURGH, HA. Hurt by Pawnbroker's Sign. Ilollldnyshurg, Pa., Oct. IS. Henry Cohen, a pawnbroker of Altoonn, was made a defendant In a unique trespass ult In the nialr county court. Jo seph Dobolos alleges that while he was passing the pawnshop. Cohen's three-ball sign fell, administering to him a. brain clot, for which injury he demands $1,000 damages. Shock Kilts Typhoid Patient. Wilkes-llna-re. r., Oct. 18. Charle3 M. Jones of Kdwardsvllle died last night from shock. He. was ill with typhoid fever and his home csught lire. Neighbors rescued him, but a rpartion net In end death fnllnwoH Foot Form Shoes. Our Foot Form Shoes for Children allow free aud easy action of the muscles iu walking, give a firm tread to the child's foot, bold the arch in plaoe and support the aukle. The Proper Fit At every point, together with selected leathers and skilled shoemaking, make nur Foot Form Shoes ideal Shoes for Children. $1 to $3.50. JOE LEVI, Cor. Center, Seoeca and Syca more Streets, Oil. CITY, 1A. kX T it,- nrti.r "4 Lamp Oils as a sunny day is to a rf cloudy day. Burns $J clear, full and steady. K Burns to very last drop g without re -adjusting wick. The best aJ o i i ma a KSS Is the oil for lOo vou costs no more '91-1 oils. Your dealer has it V? Si than inferior tank-wagon oils. Your dealer has It in original barrels direct from S our refineries. 3 Warry 0.7 Workm Co. INDf PENDENT RtFINIRS PITTSBURG, PA. -3k Alio makers of Wavtrly afrQ. Special Auto uil ana linei. fiifinWV The STEVENS fio. 33S Double "Barrel Hammerless Shotgun is itnmgml where ot her guns are weakest. The bar rels and lugs are drop-forged in one piece of high pressure steel, choke bored for nitro powder with malted rib. l'ii'k up lliis pun nnfl feci the biilnnce of it ex.'tinino the working purtu clnwly mid we tile line r:ir hihI HniMl f detail you will miy it's a winner. 11 lists nt only 120.00 nnd will be exwvssrd tiri'ii.-iitt direct from the factory in case ioii citnnot ncrure V I tr throuffn a tivater. I vlt 'L sM VIZ" Send fir new Art Catling and now to snoot Well .yj. STEVENS ARMS , 4 TOOL COMPANY l P.O. Box BOOS m The merchants in Oil City, whose names appear he low, give a small Red Coupon like this Slivil THadiik Couna" with all Cash Purchases' These Coupons, in amounts of $25.00 aud upward, can be exchanged for Higers Fully War ranted Silverware, Cut Glass, Imported China, Kugs, Furniture, ttc. The Premiums range T lrom 925.00 upward. We JIve Rogers Silver Trading Coupon.. WllUarn B. JameR, 112 Centre St., Department Store. C. J. Taylor, 205 Sycamore Street, Groceries. M. A. Keating, Spring Street, (Irocerles. K. B. Mnttftrn, 115 Sycamore Street, Drugs. (leorge J. Vescb, 13 Main Street, Furniture and Carpels. H. II. MoOregor, Seneca Street, Tobacco and Cigars. Moore Bros., Orphnutn Block, Confectionery anil loo Crea u. Ursnd Union Tea Co., 12 Seneca Street, Teaa aud Coffee. Carloti A Co., Centre Street, Boots and Shoes. . K. Neely, North Seneca Street (oppoaite Post Ollloe) Meat Market. Killer's, Kant KIrst Street, Men'a FurnishloKS, Shoes and Luggage. Walter M, Deyoe it Co., Florists. South Oil City.-P. U. Crlbbs fe Co., 6 Kaat First Street, Groceries. Jan. J. McLaughlin, Central Avenue and Frnut Street, Meat Market. .Moore Bros., H Kaat First Street, Confectionery aud Ice Cream. Kouseville. Turner A Son, Meals aud Urocoi let. Premiums on display at this store. WILLIAM B. JAMES. OIL CITY, PA. We give Rogers Silver Trading Coupons. SWEATERS. This is Sweater Season and our Sweater stock is now at its best. We've the best made. We have the Regulation Sweater Styles, the Popular Coat Sweater, and the "Combination" Sweater. These are something new. Ask to tee them. Colors iu oavy, maroon, whilo, gray and green. Stme with colored trimmings. Men's Coat Sweaters, priced from 50 o up to 85. Hoys' Coat Sweaters, priced irotu 50c up to $2.50. There are several months of Sweater weather ahead and the choosing now is easy. We have about 75 Men's High Neck Sweaters, SI, SI. 25 and $1.50 grade, which to nloso out we will sell for 50 o each. Max Jacobs, One Price Store, Clothier and Shoer, 233 Seneca Street, Oil City, Pa. Pennsylvania Railroad llllllOllll. OPENING OF THE GREAT PENN SYLVANIA STATION IN NEW YORK. On Sunday, November 27, full train service will bo inaugu rated by the Pennsylvania lUilroad to and from its new station at Seventh Avenue and Thirty secoud Street, New York City. The location of the Pennsylvania Station, one block from Broadway, two blocks from Fifth Avenue, is in the heart of the hotel, club, and theatre district ot Manhattan. Within a short radius are located the majority of the big retail stores aud restau rants. The Seventh Avenue surface cars and the Eighth Avenue surface cars pass its doors; the Thirty-fourth Street surface cars (crosstown) pass its Thirty fourth Street entrance, and stations of the Sixth 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 St ition. Connections will be made at Manhattan Transfer (near New ark") with local trains to and from the downtown stations by way of Jersey City, so that downtown New York passengers who desire may continue to use the Cortlandt and D.'sbrosses Street Stations and the Hudsoo Terminal Station of the Iludaon and Manhattan Tubes. JAMES HASLET, GENERAL MERCHANT, Furniture Dealer, AND UNDERTAKER. TIONESTA, PENN OFTIGIAU. Office ) 4 IU National Baulc Building, OIL CITY, PA. Eyes examined free. BxnliiRlvelv optioal. CHICHESTER S PILLS yean knownu Best, balcst. Always Keliat'l SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE J. L. Hcplor LIVERY Stable. Fine carriages for all occasions, with first class equipment. We can fit you nut at any lime for either a pleasure or business trip, and always at reasonable rates. Prompt service and courteous treatment. Come and soe us. Hear of Hotel Weaver TIOITESTA, 3P.A-. Telephone No. 20. ECEELEYCURE m h. I.-- : 1 ne cure urns- iwcu vuiuuiuousiy successful f'jr more than 81 years is worth investigating. For the drujr or drink habit. Write for purticulurfl. Only Keeley Institute in Western Penua. 4340 Fifth Ave.,l,lttsburh,la. J