The Oil City Derrick from Oil City, Pennsylvania on February 28, 1899 · Page 7
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February 28, 1899

The Oil City Derrick from Oil City, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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OIL CUT DERRICK; TDBSDAT MOBNING. FEBBOARY 2s, isao. SPRAY FROM THE DERRICK. New Shirt Waists, From 50c to $3.00j \VE HAVK BOUGHT UNDKK UNUSUALLY r,\VOSATi!.F. CIRCl'M- i STANCE? A VEKY CHOICE LOT OF SHIRT U'AISTS—TOO F-MU Y TO 1 WEAR T!li-:M. YES, BUT NOT A BIT TOO EAUI.Y TO BU\" 1W.\i I LAST YEAR THE CROP OF SHIRT WAISTS RAX OUT JUS' \YUFX i THE WKARiNV, SEASON' WAS \'f ITS HF1GHT WITH STYIKS i RIGHT. WITH SIZE RANGE CO.Mri.RTt-. IT'S WISDOM FOR YOU TO ! BUY SHIRT WAISTS KAKLY. THEN YOU'VE GOT TliK.M WHFX i YOU ii~A.\'T THEM. ' RUG Wednesday and i Thursday, *• SALE 1 and 2 15 nozi:\ sorr I-'IMS;; rr.nc.n.r. H'AIXTX. .Y/MT " rr,"F\' v ^ 'FLACK AXn WHITE: FIXK A.\f> HU'li STRIPES, l..-!l : .\r>XK! : .l> COLLARS AM' L'l'rf'S. AT i- .007F.V SOFT FIXISH CHA.M3R.jr WAISTS. PRETTY, PI.FAS- 7.Y>7 STS!S'£S, ALL THE XilM'EST CO/.OAYAVi' 01' THE SEASON. t; DQZEX SOFT FJxrSH PERCALE ll-'MSTS. IX A PlSTl.VC- TfrELY XE'.!' IDEA Or TUCKED FKQXTS. WELL MADE AXD THE i'£A'>' LATEST PXl,\'Ti.\GS AXD COLORIXGS. NEW --51 LK WAISTS. JUST .Von-" WE ARE SHCW'IXG SfLK WAISTS i\' THE \T'.VES~ iDEAS 01- LOA'ar.Yu AXD T.VCfw.Yu AV SLACK A XI) CULOXS. THEr The New Werner Edition of THE ENCYCLOPIDIA BRITASICA IN THIRTY SUPERB OCTAVO VOLUMES. "Give Your Boys a Chance** *ie closing words of an address by Abraham Lincoln: He — «:ed that parents are responsible, in a degree, for what their children become. If you have children, study their individual tendencies and place the best possible educational advantages before taem. A way has been provided in the New Werner Edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, complete in thirty volumes. The best thoughts on all subjects in the history of man are treasured there. A systematic study of this work is equal to any college course. Algebra, Anatomy, Architecture, Building, Electricity, Political Economy, are a few of its articles which have been adopted by Yale, Harvard and Columbia colleges. This shows in what esteem it is heid by the highest educators in the land. Just now you can secure the Encyclopaedia Britannica for One Dollar Cash and the balance in small monthly payments. The entire Thirty Volumes with a Guide and an elegant Oak Book Case, will be delivered when the first payment is made. The complete set (Thirty Large Octavo Volumes): No. i— New Styie Buckram Cloth, MarbleJ Edges, Extra Quality High Machine Finish Book Paper, $45.00 First payment, One Dollar (Si.oo) and Three Dollars ($3.00) per nionth thereafter. No. i— Half Morocco. Marbled Edges, Extra Quality High Machine Finish Book Paper, Jfio.oo First payment, Two Dollars (?2.oo) and Four Dollars ($4.00) per rsonth thereafter. Nc. 3— Sheep, Tan Color, Marbled Edges, Extra Quality High Machine Finish Book Paper. $75.00. First payment, Three Dollars ($300) and Five Dollars (f^.ool per month thereafter, A reduction of ia% is granted by paying cash within 30 davs after the rK«ict of 'tlie work. During All This Week. 25 and 29 5«R5cf and Elm Sts. .*. j About joo Cari».-t Sample—juji sin- risrln k-t:^t:^ for Kugi.. iS:j8 pastrrn?, ; consisting .,: Vchct*, Axujin.^itr.s JJoijii tics. iiru»M.i:. ar.U hi^r:;in 3 . At prkii tlut wii! snul thfin otit in a hurry. ! VYc ijic'udc in tins z^lv, our whoU ^u^!. o! Rug^s, Lace Curtains, Portieres, Oil Cloths and Lino= leurns ^ •#• •*- -*• •*-•*- i'u-.I over;, .,;;c ::-,^y ;:.;•. c iht 1 - ,-ji;:c pn\ i le, Rug Lc::^ih urui! Wednesday morning :il otic Carftc Early Buyers Get the Choice. South Side Dry Goods House. V _^!" J !'! LJ ""'J^LI!!"!?-"LJ THE FOR MEN. AH Styles. HALL-U PATENT LEATHER. TITAN CALF. RUSSIA KID. WILLOW CALF. VICI KID. RUSSIA CALF. SHOES and OXFORDS-TAN aM BLACK. One Price, $3.50. SUTHERIN'S SHOE STORE, them in our window. +-/ Special Sale on Ladies' Muslin Underwear THIS WEEK. TO GET READY FOR SPRLN'G. WE Wn.I, SOON CCWSIEiNCt TO «!•:MODEL AXD EXLARGE OUK STORE, TO DO THIS WE ilUST HAVE ROOM. W-E OFFER NOT A LOT OF UXDESIRASLE AXD OLD STYLE. SHOES, BUT GOODS UP TO DATE, _, ft & j i « ' ^ c ' 1!>ve i usl received a beautiful line of Ladies' Muslin Underwear, and in YOU Can TOO! SOme Of the peOpIe |or«!crwt!.o roH Ehlr ? dverV* 0 ur.M«linUnd«*v ? rI>^rti n cnt._we. ? illBi« * * j sonic ot the gro.'iK'st bargains ever oltercd on tin The 3>J**rtint;nt con si ^ jail the time, and all the people some |of the time; but you can't fool all the I people all the time." This lin.s ninii on (lie oars of tlu> American people ever sini'e it was uuwed, ijatliurinjf volume as it whocd <linvn the sui'i.'ewliuijywii's. \\"e |KHOB sale for ;i few days, the following .Men's Suit.s, which ,vwr cra'ii eyes mil u*Il you the Trut.h, tin- whole truth, ami nothing bnt the truth. I-OT J—Men's Light Sitin Calf Slices, Coin and Sijmrc To?, reffalar price ?i.-5 aru' $:..^o LOT :>—\Vn:n;in'* Fi!:c Dress Kiii Shoe?, in any style, any tot. :i:iy .sf^c. Rc^uUr price -Si. ~,o and $1.75 LOT .i-\VcT!aii'.! Kangarw) Calf Shots, solid and vubswrsiMl. always cu:.i $1.65 , MISSES' KID SHOES !X L\C>i OR BUTTON Ul soLiu ; ~ CHILDREN'S VERY FINE KID SHOES. HAND-TURNED, i to J and 5 lo 8 AND LOTS MORE. 98c $1.24 1,24 960 33c 4 48e <T.';I black t,?l.jy Suits, «- I'-'.C'i, Clsy S:iit=. ; up, WSTU Jj NOW $ 5.98. NOW 6.98. NOW 10.50. These Suits are strictly pure wool. A'isit our Metis' and I5oys' !>hoe Department—it will c!u you good a.s you can save mcmt.'V. S. BRAUNSGHIEIGES •~* A, A NEW PAIR OF . . 113 Centre Street OIL CITX PA. 11G Sjcamore Street. 'f With that old coat and vest which are too good to; throw away, would make the whole look almost likej a new suit. An extra pair of trousers is a good thing to have around the house. For trousers need rest as weil 35 man. Just now a few dollars will do the work of a full suit—money. FOR ONE WEEK, And for Cash Only. A " Cloaks •< 2 Price. is class of goods, for ! a conipictc iinc of style? nnd sizes i'-i Night Rolw.=. Corjet- Covcrf. Drawers aiul Skirts, the garments arc well nvide and handsomely triirmed and will It! sold.for aliouc (lie actual cost of the material. LaduV Night KO!K-S. handsomuly Lrinimcd, only 500 A btrauiiftil assortment of L;ulics' Night Robes, at ...... doc. "sc. 8oc, and $1.00 Finest quality Nigh 1 . Gown?, very elaborately trimmed, worth $ioo, at 1.50 Lat'ie.-.' fine Skirls, at 500, 750, 890, Si.oo and 1.50 Ladies' Dr.-nvers. from 250 up to rhe finest grades. Corset Covers, From 12 i=2c to 750 each This is a great opportunity to purchase your Muslin Underwear at prices viiich have never ht s on equntkd on die same cla.^s of goods. Pittstarg Dry Goois House, 207 CENTRE STREET AXD 203 STCAMORB STREET, OIL CITY. PA. Spring, 1899= All=woo! Trousers as low as $2 and as high as $5, the price of the King Trousers, the finest ready made! 1^1 Q l y^| Trouser on earth. i-L lCAj.ll They are all marked- in Now ready to show you the new designs. \\'e arc prepared \vifb a complete line of Velvets, Axminsters, Body Bru?- .-cU, Tapestry Brussels. Ingrains, etc. comi'rir-ing what is new from well known, be>t known and knov/n as the licst makers. No other kind in the line and wliat *,\c- ^vSI wir'H Iii«h!y rccoimviCMiJ for ecvonl rcn?^:";:-—uxpericuct! with tiu-ui —nniy (he. very !>e>t—iiu: Icinu ih.it are tnnflo the hiisl and wear liie Viesi, \Ye Invite yr.ur in?pectitrti of what we h;tve. XVo'rc i;!ea-cd ID show tbetn :i5 ;uiy time. Just now would he the best tifnu for inter ilu- rush will he on, and it yon don't \vish n c:iri»ct until i"itc-r it can he cut, made and pnt aside at your own convenience, flattings. A popular floor covering, :u:d we!! liked for its merits—looks wt-1!, \\Tars well and a modt-r.ite COM. 'i'hcy are decided features in our carpet department a!i grades and pricc>. many roils, making a variety at each price—u t-ic to soc a yard. A Caving by tne rn!I of 40 yards. j RUGS—Many choice and di>tinctly new effects this year—all si/c?, including I the InrRC room sii:c. 1889, OIL CLOTHS AND LINOLEUMS. SENECA ST. OIL CITY. PA R. A. EDMESTON, Moore * Stevenson, 203 Centre and 204 Sycamore Sis., Oil City, TIL I THE BLOCK—Centre, Sjcaraore ajid Elm Streets, Oil City, Ea.

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