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Mother, Attention! Just received a new lot of Children's Umbrella, 50o tod 75c. Fathers Attention! Your Spring Suit is here any time you care lo get it. S. & II. Green Trading Stamps with all cash purchases. Over $1,500.00 Worth of Linen Table Damask at One-Third Less. These went on sale Tuesday morning. The opening of the doors Tuesday morning witnessed the start of another ol those remarkable sales which have made this store famous in past years. To be exact, just fifteen hun dred dollars' worth of the reliable "Gold Medal" Linens, such as napkins, lunch cloths, top covers and table cloths will be sold at one thousand dollars 33 per cent, discount on the most staple and desirable of merchandise. The Gold Medal Linens are manufactured by Wm. Liddell & Co., of Belfast, Ireland. All over the civilized world their product is known well and favorably. The Gold Medal Linens are dependable. They are the kind that constant laundering improves, rather-than destroy. Therefore, when we say to you here's your chance; take your pick of this great lot of snowy cloths and napkins, for one-third less than usual price, it means a golden opportunity to save money. The lot contains About 100 dozen Napkins, all grades. About 300 Cloths, size 3x3 feet to 9x15 feet. The New Trouser Skirt, Recently created by Toiret and Doucet, has been perfected by American omen. We present this new unique skirt in a style adopted from the mode recently launched m Tans. Unfortunately this new skirt is the victim of a name that infers the possibility oi its being impracticable. Un the con trary, it is one of the most graceful and practical skirts ever designed. It is ideal for walking, outdoor sports and traveling It proves its desirability particularly when a woman alights from a vehicle or car. It does not in the least suggest masculine attire, as its name is merely suggested because the skirt is somewhat divided, and is not unlike a riding skirt. A demonstration of this skirt on a living model every afternoon. The Smart & Silberberq Co OIL CITY, PA. Oil City Trust Company, Oil City, Pa. A Trust Company Has Great Ad vantages as the Executor of an Estate. Io the first place it is absolutely respouaible. Its large capital guaran tees its fidelity It is practically perpetual. Men may come and met) may go, but the Trust Company goes no fur generations. It combines the capi tal, the brains, tbe experience and the judgment of many men of proven financial ability. It has the impersonal but dependable honesty inherent in a banking institution that is hedged about by stringent laws, and whose financial statements are regularly and frequently given to the public It is entirely fiee from thosa temptations which often encompass tbe ruin of tbe individual executor and wreck the estate entrusted to bis care. SEE WASHINGTON. SPRING VACATION EXCURSION Friday, March 24, 1911 $11.00 from Tionesta STOP-OVER AT BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA allowed on return trip If tickM Is deposited with Station Ticket Agent, affording opportunity of visiting ATLANTIC CITY Tickets will be good going on regular trains on date named and to return ao as to reacb original starting point on or before April 7 SIMILAR EXCURSION APRIL 7 Full Information regarding leaving time of trains mav be obtained of Ticket Agents, or B. P. FraHer, D. P. A., 3U7 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Pennsylvania Railroad "The Le Roy Turns the Earth." The Le Roy Plow Co., l.e Roy, N. V., have built up a wonderful reputation on a wonderful Walking Plow. Now to meet the almost universal demand for Riding Plows, this Company has worked its special plow experts overtime and the Result is the most perlect, practical. Riding Plow offered to the practical farmer. Easy and con venient loot trip, Extreme Pole Shift, Tilt Inn ScnL All Steel Frame (others Isi f" "N are cast iron! Patent Square Steel Jointer f J standards Chilled Iron or Steel Hot- torn, best of all Easy Drall and Easy lo Operate, ttie same as the his; line of Le Roy Walking Plows. Anli for our 1V1 1 catalog-lie. Ynu uxnally cau Cnd them with your best dealers. Ui LE ROY PLOW CO., Lc Roy, N. Y. ft L 1-1- SOU) I)Y H. H. Nlgworlk, Tioiies.a, l'a. LTX2 Automobilists, Attention ! "Joy Riding" is experienced by evejy one who is dresspd correctly. We maintain and always have in stock a great big "Auto Goods" Department. Nearly every practical article necessary to comfort is to be had at this store when you want it. At present we are showing the new ideas in Automobile Coats. Chauffeur Suits. Automobile Dusters. Chauffeur Caps. Automobile Gloves. Automobile Muffler. Automobile Caps. Automobile Blankets. On high grade qualities we challenge a lower quotation of prices. Oil City, Pa. Oil City, Pa. I Women's aund Misses' New i Spring Suits $12.50 io $50.00. Prices to suit everyone. Tbe best slyles and the very beat fabrics for this spring season, 1911. These bright, near-spring days must surely warn you of the fast approaobiog warmer weather. The middle of March milder weather's bound to come, and bring the bright sunshine, birds and flowers so, If you have not provided yourself with a seasonable gar ment, we teel quite sure this store cau supply you. Our varied as sortment of Spring Suits for 1911 deserves your consideration. lor proof of this, and for your own satisfaction, visit our Cloak and Suit Department at your convenience, ami make a few comparisons. Please notice the proper style, the correct fit, the lion finish, the exact tailoring and how nicely all of thoce points, and many other minor details, are harmoniously blended into a finished Coat or Suit that is perfect in every detail. . Materials are mostly Serges and Worsted the fixed fabrics or the Spring 1911 Season-in the reliable Navy Blues, Light JUue, Tan, Grey, Black, Fanoy Mixtures and White. KILLS NO PASSENGER IN 1910 Pennsylvania Carries 136,000,000 East of Pittsburg Without a Fatal Accident. Philadelphia, March 14. Not e, sin. gift passenger out of 136,000,000 car ried on tbe Pennsylvania railroad In 1910 was Killed in a train accident. This Is brought out ii a report Is- sued by the company, giving accident statistics for the year 1908, 1909 and 1910 for the lines east of Pittsburg and h'rle, including the Pennsylvania rail road proper, the Philadelphia, Balti more and Washington, the Northern Central railway, the Cumberland Val ley, the Maryland, Delaware. Chesa peake and Atlantic railway; the West Jersey, and the Long Island railroad. Combining the statistics for 1908, 1909 and 1910, It ia shown that in that time the number of passengers car ried on the lines east of Pittsburg and Erie was 371,858,277 more than four times as many persons as there are in the United States, and only one of them was killed as a result of a train wreck. INSANE AFTER AUTO KILLING Mother Loses Reason After Picking Up Mangled Body of Baby. Cincinnati. March 14. After seeing her five-year-old daughter Esther hit by an automobile, picking up the man gled body and running four squares to the City hospital, Mrs. Mary Hoffman of this city, went violently Insane when informed by the officials of the institution that the child was dead. She is in a precarious condition. A riot was averted by the arrival of the police following the accident. The little girl was playing, in the street when the machine, awned by Mrs. W. A. Leach of Norwood, O., ran over her. The car was occupied by Mrs. Leach, a dauchter and tier mam. a numuer of msn attacked the car after the child's body had been pulled from un der it. ELEVEN MAD DOGS KILLED Fernwood ana Yeadon, Pa., Rid Them selves of Dangerous Animals. Fernwood. Pa.. March 14. Police man John Leluhton of the Upper Dar bv nollce department killed six mad dogs in Fernwood They were bitten a week aeo when a bulldog ran thrnueh Fernwood. East Lanstlowne and Yeadon, biting a large number of dogs. Constable Hampton Leech of l ea- don nlso killed five dogs In that bor ough, the doijs having been bitten by the mad doe. and showed sienr, of rall ies. The tongues of the animals were block, showing that the disc-use had developed after being bitten. THIEVES START AUTO FIRE Machine Burns Driving Them Away. Brass Plunder Neglected. Norristown, Pa., March 14. Thieves entered the garage in the rear of the residence of n. I. Whitby, a member of the local board of health and vice president of the Montgomery National bank, and while they were stripping a Mitchell touring car of all Its brass the automobile took fire and was com pletely destroyed. The plunderers fled, leaving a bas ket of brass off the machine on the lawn, between the garage and house. BABY MINUS ARMS AND LEGS Freak Child Born In York Well In Other Respects. York, Pa., March 14. A girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClure in Dills burg has no arms nor legs. The child is healthy, but there is no sipn of any legs, and stumps about one Inch long tire where the arms thould be. Mr. and Mrs McCltire are (he par ents of two other perfectly formed children. Sixteen Hour Race Saves His Life. Tiluomington, lnd., March 14. A 16 hour marathon for life resulted in vic tory for Thomas Kaston of this city, thanks to the assistance of Indium university ctiidcnls, who aided In a wild chnse to keep the man from going to sleep after he hud taken poison in nn effort to kill himself. At a skating rink lie was stripped to the waist anil forced to keep on the go fcr sixteen tiours, wet towels being applied vigor ously to Ills back. Let the name Taylor tailorng be photographed thoroughly on your mind. It is a good thiog to remember, when you waut a Suit or Overcoat of style nd distinction. Just now is a good lime to look over the complete line ol all wool fabrics aud to see the new Ideas which are going to be pop ular for tbe Spring. Taylor tailoring is thoroughly insured against dissat isfaction. A Guaranty eoes with every garment that makes it quite impos sible for anything to be wrong. And most important of all, tbe prices we quote are the very lowest for high grade made to measure Clothes. Polite service at D. H. Blum's, Tionesta, Pa. Clothes Cleaned, Repaired and Pressed on short notice. Dccaived. Edith-Yt-J say old Mr. Goldley de ceived EdUr) dreadfully about bis nge? Gladys-Yes. poor girl: After they were married he confessed that hewns ouiy sixty instead of seventv-llve. WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERRIAM WEBSTER The Only New unabridged dic tionary in many years. Contains the pith and essence of an authoritative library. Covers every field of knowl edge. An Encyclopedia in a single book. The Only Dictionary with the New Divided Page. 400,000 Words. 2700 Pages. 6000 Illustrations. Cost nearly half a million dollars. Let us tell you about this most remarkable single volume. t ' " V write lor sample tioulara, etc. Name this paper and WA Will end free a let of Pocket Maps Va.otJ J"nw Va.ae. turn. w v . 4C. MerriamCo Springfield, Man. n it umirtlr olitami'd. or fEt RETURNED. tO YEARS' IIPERIENCt. Our CHARGE ft ARK THE LOWEST bond iikmU'L phuUi or ftkfti'h lr eitx'rt M-an-h aih1 free rvport on patentability. INFRINGEMENT luiu conducted before nil court falcnu obtained thrmiirh n. ADVIR. TIC-CO And SOLD, free. TRADE-MARKS, PEN aiONS And COPYSIOHT quickly obulned. Opposite U. 8. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D. O. B & B colored embroidered waists The real dressy Waists are the sheer fabrics, Voile, Marquisette, liattsie, 1 landkcrehict Linen and similar vcrv sheer fabrics, with Colbr Embroidery particularly the brighter colors Bulgarian effects, etc. The attractive manner in which a Lire rallnnn or similar bit of trimmintr is used in conjunction with the Color Embroidery cives the new Snrinti Waists decided tnnp. New Color Hand Embroidered Waists, $3.50 to $25.00. New Waists, $1.0012 new models pure Linen, Plain Linene Color Embroidered Lawn or Striped Dimity Waists. White Linene front Embroid ered in Floral Design and 10 tucks nlain back. White Stripe Dimity front with 6 one inch Tleats Plain back. Fine White Lawn front handsomely Embroidered In Color with 8 line tucks at shoulder tuelct back. Fine White Linene front with 14 half-Inch rieats plain hack all with laundered collar nnd cuffs. Any one for $1.00. W would like to send you a Catalog but unll have to have your name. BOGGS & BUHL NORTH SIDE, PITTSBURGH, PA KELEYCURE The cure Ihnt has' been continuously successful fur more than 81 years is wot ill inveslignlinm. For the drupf or drink habit. Wiito for iiurticnlitr. Only Krelcv Institute in Western Petiua. 4 440 l itlli Ave., rittribiirli, Ttu CHICHESTER S PILLS Wyr" v TIIK DIAMOND ItRANIK A l.adle.1 Amu your vruggLl for . I M.liea-lf r'. IManond Tlrnd I'lll. In ltd ml liold tiici.lllcXVy hmrt, Mid Willi Hlua Rlltaa. V Take no othrr. Itnr of roar " KrunrUt. Ask(n lll.l III K.TFHH HIM' DIAMOND IIKAND IMLLN. fat Wt yean known as First, Safest, Alwan KHIlt.la SOLD EY DRUGGISTS EVERVUHLRE WILLIAM B. JAMES. OIL CITY, PA. To the Public. V ant nu in know of the snlendid rfTer recently announceil by Ederbeimer, Sleio A Co., makers of tbe Young Men's Clothes we sell. This firm wants a name or brand to use oq the label of every Young Men's Suit aod Overcoat they make, and to use also on every advertisement tbey put out. They ofTer $500 iu cash for the right name. Kderheimer. Stein & Co. make this ereat offer through the stores that aell the clothes, aod, on this account, require that all names be sent tbeiu through such a store. We represent Eierheimer, Stein & Co. io this city and bopa we may be called upon to forward a list oi suggestions iroiu you with instructions to enter it id the coolest. Short, catchy names that are easy to remember will be favored. Some name will positively be chosen from those submitted in tbe contest. If the ritrht name is iu trees ted br only one persoo, be will receive tbe whole amount; if suggested by several, prize will be equ illy divided. Tbe offer eipires May 6th. Name or names ol winners will be printed in the Satnrdav Evenioe Post of June 10th. To every one who suggests one or more names a handsome art poster bv J. V. McFall will be sent by Ederbeimer, Stein & Co., to acknowledge receipt of tba names. We hope you and all your friends will make up lists of suggestions, and bring tbem to us at once. We also invite you to call, and see tbe new Spring styles in this make. Max Jacobs, One Trice Store, Clothier and Shoer, 233 Seneca Street, Oil City, Pa. RESISTERED. PROYSTER FERTILIZERS. "FOUNDED ON MERIT BASED ON QUALITY." A trial will be sufficient to convince you of the superiority of ROYSTER goods. Nothing is left to chance Every ingredient is selected for its plant food value. For twenty-seven years ROYSTER'S goods have been the standard of the South, and we now propose to make them the standard of the North and East. One of the largest and most modern plants in existence has just been completed at Baltimore. Ask your dealer for ROYSTER goods, and if he docs not keep them, write and give us his name. F. S. Royster Guano Company; NORTHERN DIVISION. Calvert Building, Baltimore, Maryland, FACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES: PAITIMORS, MO. TARBOSO, N. C. COLUMBIA, S. C. NORFOLK, V A. MACON, CA. COLUMBUS, CA. SPARTAN BURG, S. C. MONTGOMERY, ALA. WHY WE ADVERTISE IN THE NEWSPAPERS Because we want you lo know of tbe cliwgnf work turned out io our estab lishment. twmiHe we cater tn tbe Intelligent class and they read tbe papers. Because we can talk to more people through the newspapers, at a stealer dis tance, In less lime and at a more reasona ble price tban In any other way. Because newspaper advertising; brings tbe bent results when placed In a ii ml class medium. Because we know It la seen and read by aluioat everyone lu tbe house where tbe paper goes. jVIorck Optical Co., OIL CITY, PA. Lenses for tbe Eyes Exclusively. First NHtimial Bank Building. f hnmliprlnin'a Co,,r Cholera and Never fails. Iluy It ub'w. It may save li e. Poor oil cannot good light There ia nn flicker, no odor, no ssnnr where FAMILY FAVORITE OIL is used. This triple-refined lamp oil costs no more than the inferior kinds andsaves you no .end of trouble. Get it from your dealer's it is therein barrels shipped direct from our refin eries. WatreWy OH Work Oo. nuepondcnl Ratlnan PITTSBURC. PA. Alio makers of Wverl h Sn.fi.1 A...- S: . -' nutu U nQ wsverly Gasolines.