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t The Distinctive Garment 1 Store t
Shirts made to order f 2.00 and
Suits made to order $18.00 and
Centre Street at Elm, Oil City, Pa.
Noteworthy Values Are Presented In
Women's and Misses'
in the season's fashionable models and
I If you can't como in person, mail your order. We'll
1 fill it satisfactorily and deliver it at our expense, via
Uncle Sam's Parcel Tost.
Women's Coats $10 to $25
A Showing That HasrNo
This Fall and Winter display of Women's Coats centers
around the garments that are priced from $10 to $25 lor
within this range of prices the greatest number are sold. It is
a showing, we believe, that has no counterpart in Oil City.
The manufacturers who supply us with' most of our coats,
confine their lines to us exclusively in this city. And they
are big makers who produce a tremendous variety of styles, all
ol which works to your advantage.
We get very few of one thing.
The styles oi this season are exquisite. Heavy appearing
cloths give a richness to the garments that is superb; and yet
most of them are not heavy, when it comes to weight. It's sim
ply a matter of appearance.
May we fit you to a coat while the assortment is at its
Fall and Winter Gloves.
Gloves for every fall and winter occasion; faultlessly fash
ioned, well-made, reliable, and backed by house always ready
to make good any imperfections that vigilant scrutiny may have
failed to detect.
Oil City Trust Company
Oil City, Pa.
Now You Know.
Ones, after exposing the Tldleuloue
blunders of the editor of certain old
play, James Russell Lowell conclud
ed with the remnrk, "In point of fact,
e nniHt apply to this gentleman the
name of tho flmt Kin of Sparta."
No one remembered, of courie, what
tills wii, but when they looked It up
they found It was Rudnmldaa.
To Admire and Remember.
"I would then have our ordinary
dwelling houses built to last and built
to be lovely, as rich and full of pleaa
antneaa aa may be within and with
out. . . , with such differences aa
might ault and express each man'a
character and partly hla history."-
Ruskln's Seven Lamps of Architecture.
New Knowledge Used.
One day Barrett, who stores up ev
ery big word he hears for future use.
asked me the meaning of the word
"elaborate." I told him It meant "fus
sy." A few days later hla baby brother
was crying, and he said, "Mother,
Keith Is an awfully elaborate baby,
There can be no Industrial peace
until labor and capital have attained
to the very highest pinnacle of Intel
ligence and undiluted Justice and un
til there Is sclf-convlctlon on the part
of both that they nniat deal justly
with each other. New York Tribune.
Submarines Dive Deep.
Deep diving Is the special mark of
progress In building submarine ves
sels now. Tho Snlmon went down 144
feet recently, off Prudence Island,
end remained at that depth 20 min
utes. Hla Sacrifice.
"I suppose, like all government offi
cials," said tho man who sneers, "you
are making personal sacrifices In or
der to serve your country."
"Yes," replied the village postmas
ter; "It's pretty hard to have to keep
reading addresses when I'd rather be
looking at the pictures on the postcards."
Mr. Hicks I see that the police
are going to atop begging on the
Mrs. Hicks I hope so. I never did
approve of policemen begging.
Starving Out Troublesome Pigeons.
City hall pigeons are once more un
der the ban in Philadelphia, and Di
rector Porter Is the man who Is trying
to get rid of them. Instead of at
tempting to do this, as Mayor Rcyburn
and Director Clay did, by putting up
wire screen at the entrance and turn
ing the hose upon the pigeon roosts,
the director proposes to try the star
vation plan upon the flocks.
He has Issued orders to the city hall
guards to stop all persons from feed
ing the birds In the courtyard and
on the northeast pluia and to arrest
those who persist in throwing corn,
peanuts, cakes and bread to them.
London la to have Its first woman
bootblack. A woman has just com
pleted arrangements to set up a boot
blacking stand at one of the busiest
corners in the West End. She be
lieves herself to be the pioneer woman
bootblack in England and declares
that the men In the business need not
fear her competition, since she In
tends to devote herself exclusively to
polishing the footwear of women and
I Tailored and Semi-Dress Suits I
of broadcloth, velour cheviot, needle cord suede
cloth, velour de laine and velvet in distinctive
styles and all prevailing shades.
Misses' and Girls' Smart Appar
elSuits, Coats and
Dressy Fur Collar Coats,
suitable for afternoon and evening wear.
New Waists, New Sweaters, New Neckwear,
New Fur Coats, Scarfs, Muffs, and Sets moder
f Agents for the
I The Distinctive
i 111 CENTRE ST.,
Picture oi L-.u.hi Arr
Leader New in Africa
1313, by American Pri-wi Association
EXPECT SALMON SHORTAGE
Blasting Washington Kills Over
Million and Affects Spawning.
Railroad blasting operations on a
tributary of the Kraser river li
the state of Washington having killed
more than 1,000,000 salmon and pre
vented the spawning of between
000,000,000 and 3,000,000,000 cockeye
salmon eggs, the department of com
merce announced that Americans
might expect a shortage In its favorite
article of food three to five years
hence. The department pronounces
the slaughter of the fish to be a
"The effects of this catastrophe," It
was declared, "will be seen three to
five years hence, when the 1913
progeny come back to the river to
spawn. How serious the outcome will
be can only be surmised. The llveli
hood of thousands of persons in the
state of Washington and In British
Columbia depends on the annual "run"
of these fish, which return year by
year to the same spawning grounds.
Nome and Bones Broken bv Thuas.
Heat en into unconsciousness by two
times. John Pornliolt. aued lirty. watcli
man at a brick plant Just outside of
Altoona, Pa., was found In a ditcli with
his nose broken and several ribs frac
tured and Ills watch and papers stolen.
Cupid Sets Record.
The renort of the Pittsburg mar
rlae.e license office for October showa
1,103 licenses issued, an increase of
140 over tho samo mouth last year.
Pittsburg, Nov. 4
Cattle ChoW, $8.50r 8.75; prime,
ISW8.40; sailors r;-;7.50; common to
(at Vvua. !4JSiSi.-5: common to fat
4UMU-1,.' ''.A JtW
OIL CITY, PA.
covs...tlPf iresli cowa and sprint;
Sheep und Lambs Prime wethrra,
I4.70lfi4.80: eood mixed, $4.25f4.60;
lunibs. J57.25; veal calves, $110
11.60; heavy and thin calves, 7T.
JIorb Prime heavy, heavy mixed,
med'.ims and heavy Yorkers, J8.20
8.22 'j; light Yorkers. $7.50 7.75; pigs,
!7i.(7.50; stags, J6.BO07.
Cleveland, Nov. 4
Cattle Choice fat steers. $Sfi8.40;
good to choice steers, 7.608.25;
heifers, 77.50; bulls. $6(?i6.75; cows,
$6.75ii6.G0; niilchers and Bpringers,
Sheep and Lambs Good to choice
lambs, J7.107.25r mixed sheep, 14 25
Hoes Yorkers. $8.15; mixed, $8.15
& 8.20; heavies, $8.25; roughs. $7.60.
Chicago, Nov. 4.
Hogs Receipts, 36,000. Bulk ot
sales. $7.758.10; light, $7.608.10;
mixed. $7.5557 8.25; heavy, $7.95j8.25;
rough. $7.457.65; pigs. $5.607.60.
Cattle Receipts, 22,000. Beevea,
$6.60ifi9.70; Texas steers. $6.657.70;
stackers and feeders, $5(&7.45; cows
and heUers, $3.30 8.15; calves, $6.50
Sheep Receipts. 55,000. Native, $4
Iff 5; yearlings, $5(5 6; lambs, native,
Wheat Dec, 85.
Corn Dec, 69.
Oats Dec, 37.
East Buffalo, Nov. 4.
Cattle Prime steers, $8.40 8.60;
8.25; cows, $3.25i6.50; bulls, $4.T5(?1
8.25: cows. $3.25(ff6.50; bulls,$4.76ff
6.75; heifers. $5.5007.25; stock heif
ers. $4.75 ft 5.25; stockers and feeders
$5.507; fresh cows and springers, $35
Hoes Heavy. $8.25; mixed, $8.25;
Yorkers. $7.75(fi 8.25; plgB, $7.5007.75;
roUKhs. S7.40(iT7.50; stags, $6.507.25;
SheeD Lambs. $5.60Ji7.10; year
lines. S4.K0ffi5.7B: wethers, $4.7Bf(5;
ewes, $2.504.50; sheep, mixed, $4.D0
To Arouse Missionary Enthusiasm
Preparations are being made lor the
nationwide united missionary cam
psign, the purpose of which is to
arouse' more missionary enthusiasm in
the country. It will open in Pittsburg
Nov. 8. The movement is not con
lined to any denomination, but is
taking in all of tiie Protestant
Blrst Opens Up Mine Workings.
Several miners had narrow escapes
in the Diamond mine of the Lacka
wannu Coal company when men blast
lng for a sewer in Scrsnton, Pa., lired
a heavy charge, the impact blowing a
hole five feet long and uliuost as wide
Into the workings below. Men were
mining coal only a few feet away.
Englishmen Buy Coal Acreage.
A British syndicate has secured con
trol of the vast output of the New
Illver coal field amount lng to 7,000,000
tons annually in West Virginia. Tho
coal deal Is said to be the largest
ever made In the bituminous coal
lields of America. It Involves 500,000
r- . . O 1 D.1. I. rU..rl
The Kdlnboro (Pa.) Savings bank
-ll...t . It., Aff m Mn Blalottinnl
IHIIt'U iU lprll ILn Utwio. ...
was given out. Isaac R. Reeder, the
president, Is in New York visiting his
son. An air of mystery surroundB the
closing of the bank, but officials re-
luse to give any iniuruiuiiun.
McManiaal May Go Free.
Ortle K. McMunigul, whose confes
slon as an accomplice of the McNa-
iiiura brothers figured in the trial at
Indianapolis of the union labor lead
?rs. may be releaned within b!x day
hoin the Los Angeles (Cal.) jail.
Buckwheats and Syrup
Will Warm You From the Inside Out, But It Takes Good Woolen
Clothes to Warm You From the Outside In.
You can get warm clothing anywhere, but you can't get stylish warm clothing everywhere.
We would be Just like every other dealer If we sold you the product of one concern.
We scour the markets of the country to get you better and warmer goods than others offer.
We do our choosing from the finest products in this country.
Commencing from your underwear out and your overcoat in, we ask you In justice to
yourself and to us to look over our stocks, and whether you buy or not, remember the welcome
s just as hearty and sincere.
We are certainly.
Selling Lots Sweaters.
We have them from $1.00 to $12.50. We have an extraordinary special "Jumbo" Knit
Sweater at $3.60. "Sure we have your size."
Oil City, Pa.
The court cUrk ays In accents slow;
"Your'r chrrd with spccdlnf
Tti coppor says In accents sour:
"The rat waa dshtMn miles an hour."
The chauffeur murmur with a whlnei
"t waan't folng over nine."
Th Judge aald hi law book lay
And sayi "Ten dolWr or ten days."
DIDN'T SHINE AT IT.
Do tou think you could sell our
enamel for stoves?" the manager
'I'm afraid not." answered ths
salesman. "I can't talk Polish."
Bh maaqueraded In men' attire
But th police dropped to her little plan.
And she waa fined by a heartln Judge
On th chart of being a lelf-mad man.
'I understand your house was en.
tared by burglars last' night, Mrs.
Jlpes," said the reporter. "What did
they carry awayr
"O, they got a gold spoon or two, I
believe, and a lot of silver plate," an
swered the smiling matron; "but
thank goodness, they overlooked two
books of trading stamps that I've been
nearly three years in filling!"
'Julius Caesar," said the teacher
who was showing her class through
the museum, "was the greatest all-
around man the world baa ever
"If he waa built like this statue of
him," replied little George, "Taft has
him beaten to a fratsle."
"My husband," sobbed Mrs. Frivol,
"Is the most contrary kind ot a man."
"How so?" asked her sympathetlo
"Why, every time," responded the
aggrieved wife, "that I begin dressing
up he Is sure to give me a dressing
Dill And you say Jack and Tom
threw dice to see which would marry
Jill Yes, and Jack won.
"And was he happy?"
"No; after the marriage he accused
Tom of working loaded dice on html"
"Baron Fucash speaks English with
a alight accent," said the young
"Well," replied Mr. Cumrox, "so do
I. Put It seems to make a great deal
of difference whether an accent balls
from southern Europe or the banks
of the Muskingum."
"Mrs. Jobbles is extremely sensitive
about her manners. What do you
think she aald the other day when I
advised her to use crude petroleum
as a polish?"
"What did ahe say?"
"How could I expect she would use
aa a polish anything so unrefined?"
Of Course Not.
"It Is rumored that Andrew Carnegie
doesn't read many books,"
"Why should he? There isn't much
advertising to be had from reading
The Dreaded Ordeal.
Baohe I hear thnt Runlor didn't
Show up for his wedding?
Nillln No; he claims that his
alarm clock failed to go off.
Dache Huh! I btt he failed pur
posely to wind It.
ninety-seven women interested in Tailored Suits to inspect here at once
ninety-seven as handsome Tailored Suits as any store anywhere ever of
fered for $25.00 to $30.00,
At the Price of $21.65
We say at once because while every one of these 97 suits is a value
very much out of the ordinary there is an advantage of choice in early se
lection. This should prove far and away the most important suit opportu
nity of the season. We shall not attempt explanation or detail of this re
markable suit announcement. We doubt if a single reader of this adver
tisement would care to know the why or wherefore of this transaction.
Simply request you to put upon us the burden of demonstrating to you that
there are 97 handsome Tailored Suits priced here and until sold $21.65
Suits that would command regularly from $3.36 to $8.35 more.
The styles are distinctive not a single duplicate in the entire 97 suits.
There is a broad range of fabrics and colors. And no question about the
sizes. If you are not interested, you can do a friend a great favor by sim
ply mentioning the fact that Kinter's advertise a special sale of Tailored
Suits at $21.66. It is a suit sale extraordinary.
Between the hours of 9 and 12 in the morning our Miss Haugh will give
all Art Lessons Free. This is an opportunity many will be pleased to take
advantage of. This New Art Department is located on the first floor just at
the foot of the stair case. A careful study will be made of just what is
wanted by those who do art needlework and it will then be our pleasure to
supply those wants. We will be pleased to entertain a suggestion from you.
Sodden Death Ends Career
ol Nctad Spendor
Vv i -' ' :
9 lit. by American 1'rcMH Amoclstlon.
CHARLES G. CATKS.
Moisture of the Eye.
The moisture of the eye I ne:iuine
solvent. Mmiy persons have Rime Ut
bed troubled with n foreign substance
In the eye mid have wnxed In the
moi'tiliiK tci Mud It cone In tunny
cases of this kind t lie foreign mutter
liiis been dissolved by the moisture of
Not What She Meant.
"I think the baby has. your hair,
cin'nm." said the nurse clrl, looking
Illegally at lier mistress.
"Oracloiis!" exclaimed the lady,
Klnwliii; up from her novel. "Kim
into the nursery anil take It nwny
Irom him. What will that child do
"And is It your exportation to sup
port mo in the manner to which I
have been lUTiislomed ':"
"Indeed It ls"-
"Tlien let's cull It off. If yon can
not do belter than that I uiny Just
us well remain where I nni " - Houston
This Is It.
Row A chap cave me some money
yesterday for n Joke. Wow Pretty
lllicuiriiioti sort of Joke. How Oh. I
don't know, lie was editor of u funny
miner. Miiaiiliie of I'un.
Oil City, r.
P.ruwn Corduroy Suit for
liv:5 2 to l years made in
the popular belted style with a
yc!;e and narrow standing col
lar, Vvhioli i lay be finished
wi.h a liateli collar and Wind
sor Tie. Very desirable for
kindergarten or school wear
ie:;;iar ijJ.CO valuo ulTercd at
Other attractive romper
suits of dark blue broadcloth
and soft prey flannel all in
the favored belted Katzcnjam
nier style, and wear well
sizes 2 to 8 years, $100 and
We are booking orders for
personal or individual Christ
mas (ireeting Cards. Now is
the time to make your choice
from out card designs.
Moderate prices o r d e r s
should be placed early to in
sure proper and prompt atten
tion. BCG33 & BUHL
lYompny olilKlnnl, or ftt RETURNED.
SO VtHS' IXPERIINCI. OurCHARQtS AI
THE LOWEST. St'lu! iikn1,'1, photo or ttkvtch (or
pxHrt Miin-h mid ftvo report on pntrntAlitllty.
INFRINGEMENT ulla romlui'U'd bvfnra all
pourta rntcnti ohlAftlril thromrh tin, ADVER.
TUEDailil SOLD, fnw. TRADE-MARKS, PEN
SIONS and COPYRIGHTS quickly obtained.
Opposite U. 8. Patent Offloe,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
TIIK III A MONK II It AND,
llruciclit. Ask fnrMI l- lfiTFIt W
tHIMtlW lllt:nit 'l I.I.N, for U
yeari known ns Hcst, Safest, A I way. KelUM
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Chamberlain's Cei'gh Remedy
Cures Colds. Croup and Whooping Counh.
I.ttUltnl Asm your I'ruvflNt f-f A
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