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*OTE—AII advertiser-, intending to make
■O'Uie s In their d notify as of
heir Intention to ■: ' " »han Mon-
Uy moraine.
C. & T's Dissolution Sale
Brown & Co's Reduction Sale.
Stein's Sale.
Cooper's Suits.
Butler Book Bindery.
Lewin's Liquors.
Farms for Sale.
A4uiliU9ti*t<>rs and r.xeotitors of estate
jin secure their receipt books at the tin
,EX office, ami persons making public sales
cn3lr note books.
—A Sharon individual mailed a cat,
in a paper box.
—The office of County Detective
seems doomed to become extinct.
—Brown & Co. offer their entire stock
of furniture at bargain prices. See adv.
—For au elegant rtstaurant on the a
li carte plan, Richey's is hard to beat.
—Dauitl Slater ot Coieora has leased
F. H. Bole's machine shop on S Main
—The liutltr County National Bank
people have bought the Col. Thompson
lts a bad thing to quarrel with the
milkman. He'll make you take water
every time. N
—Republican local primaries at the
usual plitcfs—l to 7P. M., Saturday,
January 2olb.
— QUM)V book is to have a chapter on
"shakiLK the plum tree,'' and other ag
ricultural subjects.
—We aie prepared to piint cards, cir
culars, etc- lor candidates, by the ton or
thousand - at the usual ratea.
—D. M. Conway. Rural-route agent
for tbe P. O. Department has opened an
office in ibe Reiber building.
—L Stein & Son offer bargains in
every department of their store in order
to reduce stock before invoicing.
—Natural gas is as cheap as moon
shine when you have it on your own
farm, but in Butler—Good Lord.
—The man in the moon is trying to
flirt with Venus these evenings, but the
pretty dame runs away from him.
—A bad bargain at an auction is like
ly to cause more philosophical reflec
tions and stern resolutions than a
Christmas spree.
—When writing to have your paper
changed from one postoffice to another,
don't fail to name your old, as well as
vour new address.
—Skating has been good on the creek
this 'veek. A t the foot of jail hill two
girls broke through and went in the
water up to their necks, Monday.
Arthur Love, the noted comedian
and musician, will give a concert in tbe
Craigaville M. E. church, Tuesday
evening, Jan 28. fir the benefit of the
—Persons desiring to vote at the coin
ing February election and not holding
the necessary receipts, should see that
their state and county taxes are paid be
fore Jan* 18th
—lf anybody knows where a car-load
of old hats can be had cheap—they
should send in word, at once, as they are
political purpose#.
—The extraordinary succession of
midnight fires in Huntingdon, Pa. has
c~insed the Town Council to offer a re
ward of SIOOO for the arrest and con
viction of an incendiary.
—California is a great state for juicy
things She has been sending ns all
kinds of juicy fruits for years, and is
now sliippiug hundreds of tons of cele
ry to the eastern market.
Tuesday, was stockholders election
day. All the Butler Bank officials wete
re-elected, and but one change was
made in the Hospital Board—P. Dau
benspeck for J. G Rnnkle.
—The Butler Co. National Bank has
, also putchased the Thompson lot ad
joining th... CITIZEN office tor SB3OO, and
will boil 1 about 72x80, so as to accom
' modate both' the Bank and Postoffice.
--Col. William Jennings Bryan will
lecture in (he Park Theatre, Friday
evening, nnder the auspices of the Bar
Association, the proceeds for the bene
fit of the Hospital. Prices 75 and 50
—An exchange remarks that a home
grown, hand-spanked, bare-footed conn
try boy makes a much better fighter in
the battle of life than the pampered,
high-collared, creased-trousered youth
of our cities.
—A. A. Campbell advertises a Disso
lution Sale, this week, with discounts
ranging from 10 to 50 per cent, on fur
niture and other household goods. Mr.
Campt>ell succeeds to the business of
Campbell & Templeton.
—The U. V. L will give an entertain-
ment in their hall Jan. 2# Addresses
will be.made by J. T. Kelly on Lincoln;
Jos. Criswell on Garfield: Col. W. A.
Clirk on McKinley, and on other sub
jects by Comrades Thompson, Ander
son and Williams.
—W. W. Atnon, a young bookbinder,
formerly of Pittsburg, has opened the
Bntler Book Bindery, in the old Lincoln
Hall, third floor of the Younkins' build
ing, Cor. Main and Diamond street.
Give him a call and patronize home
—The Royal Arcanum of West Sun
bury will be addressed by Mr. McCor
mick of Edgewood Pailt, Pa. HI a free
lecture on the benefits of the order, to
b9 followed by an oyster supper and ice
cream festival, in the Academy, Friday
evening. All invited.
—Oscar Shaffer has lionght Nathaniel
Grossman's interest in the Prospect
Creamery and Howard West has bought
the interest of S. E. Wilson. The en
tire creamery now belongs to the Wests
aud Shaffers. They market about 800
pounds of butter in Butler per week.
—Slipperyroek borough's gas pressure
is just about thiee times as strong as
Butler's. A grate fire can be turned on
until the flames reach the mantel. The
plant which supplies the town is owned
by H. P. Griffeth, who when the pres
sure was weak some years ago, spent
many thousand dollars drilling dry
holes before he struck the gas streak.
—The new Pennsylvania line from
Shtron to Butler is expected to leave
the W. N. Y. Ac P. at Leesburg, Law
rence county, come through Slippery
roek back of Ey th's hotel, and follow up
either Keifer run and parallel the Bes
semer from Halston to Butler, or else
come up Mnddycieek. and crossiuto the
Connoqnenessing valley at UnionviUe.
The route has been surveyed into Slip
Levi Logan of Jefferson was in town,
Charley Boyd starts for Jerusalem
next Thursday.
F. N. Herold of Butler twp. was in
'own. Saturday.
Johnston Burns of Flick was in But
ler. Wednesday.
B. F. Hiliiard. Co. Surveyor, was in
town on business, yesterday.
Jas. Anderson and E. O. Byerly t f
Flick were iu Butler. Monday.
Miss Jeanette Park of Glade Mills is
attending Slipperyroek Normal.
Israel Shaffer of Franklin twp. sold
his buckwheat in Butler. Saturday, at
60 cents.
George H. Herduian of Oakland
township did some shopping in Butler,
Walter Duncan and wife of Jefferson
twp. are rejoicing over the first young
Mr. Duncan.
Madison Starr is working for the
Producers and Refiners Hardware Co.,
in Pittsburg.
Mrs. J. L. Seaton and Mrs. C. G
Offitt of Euclid did some shopping in
Butler, Friday.
M. L. Gibson of E Penn St. is work
ing on the N. Donaldson farm in the
Speechley district.
H. B. McKinney of Conuoquenessing
twp. attended to some legal business in
Butler, last week.
Marcus Searing, the Slipperyroek cat
tleman, is out again after a severe at
tack of pneumonia.
M. V. Moore of Texas was here, this
week, as a witness on the Burton vs
For?st Oil Co. case.
T, R. Campbell and R. L. Campbell
of Concord twp. attended to some busi
ness ifi Butler. Saturday.
P. S. Campbell of Washington twp.
came to Butler. Saturday, for some
hardware for his new house.
N Joseph C. Wilson, aged years, is ill
with kidney disease at the home of his
grandfather, Joseph Criswell.
Jno. C. Kerr, representing the State
Normal School of Slipperyroek, passed
around semtf) handsome calendars last
L. M. Raisley of Connoqnenessing
Henry Ferne of Butler, Jos. Fisher of
Butler twp were among our callers
Little Dorothy Morris of West D St.
entertained about thirty of her her lit
tle friends at a birthday supper, Mon
day evening.
Ralph Park of Allegheny, and Milton
Hickev, W. P. Criner, Samuel Johnston
and J. C Johnston of Middlesex twp
were callers this week.
Mrs. Rev. W. J. McCoDkey of Slip
peryroek was recently the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Wilson Xiraham of S. Mc-
Kean St., who is in poor health.
W. Cooper, the Merchant Tailor,
starts next Monday for Wilsvankee, to
attend the Custom Cutters Association
of America, held at the Plankington
Hotel, January 22. 1902.
Wm. -A. Christie. Esq of Centre twp.
was 70 years of age on Monday of this
week, the 13th. He was County Com
missioner from Jan. '7O to Jan. '7O, and
is one of the best men in the county.
Lewi9 Albert of Franklin twp. js
seriflusly ill of congestion of the brain,
Robert McKinny of same twp. is bed
fast from paralysis and L B. Shannon
of same twp. has a serious case of
grippe. '
J. N. Fulton, Geo. Grieshaver, Wm-
Trimble, Harry Lobaugh. Robert Hes
lep and others of Flick and Miss Esther
Thompson of Pittsburg attended Court
this week as witnesses in the Burton-
Forest Oil Co. suit.
Charley Schawl), the gay youth, who
is President o'f the U. S. Steel Corpora
tion, played "the limit" on No. Till of
the Roulette table at Monte Carlo. Mon
day ; won some money and then lost it
again, with some of his own
B. F. Milford of Allegheny twp. was
tlitt jnrrmaii twafr. wwlr CI
KSLVo him a hat, a hitrh. stove pipe, silk
hat. The hat, itself, is of the vintage
of about 1880, as Greer boutjht it when
he was a member of the State Senate.
Harry Seanor, the Indiana county
horse buyer, was in town the other day,
and will be here again next month on a
buying expedition. Harry is a great
friend of his neighbor. John Elkin, and
is enthusiastically for him for Governor
of Pennsylvania.
Thomas Ekas of Buffalo twp now in
his 84th year, was seen 011 the top of a
load of hay the other day. driving the
team; and that reminds 11s that Rob't
McKinney of Concord twp. now in his
04th year was noticed hoeing corn, last
sninmer. Oh, ther« are some spry old
boys in Butler County
Jim Scott had a talk with Frank
James, in Butler, last Wednesday even
ing. Twenty-eight years ago, in Jan
uary of 1874, while Jim was a passenger
on the Iron Mountain R. R. in Missouri
the train was held up by the Jesse
James gang and Jim was robbed of his
wallet, which contained $550.
C. J. McClymonds and David Boyle
of Rochelle, Illinois, 75 miles west of
Chicago, visited relatives in this town
and county, last week. McClymonds
went west 24 years*go and is here to
see his mother; while Boyle Went from
Worth twp. forty years ago. Both ha\e
good farms there and laise corn, oats
and pigs, while the fruit is Jin nncer
tain crop.
Thos. Humes of Clearfield twp. was
in town, Friday, to meet his son Felix,
who came in from Kentucky. Mr.
Huuies and his wife, nee Elizabeth
Gilford, celebrated the Uitli anniversary
of their wedding, that day. They were
married at Tarentum, Jan. 10, 1856, and
have raised a family of eight children,
three boys and five girls They never
had a death iti their family and all are
in good health.
Cai. Stewart, better known as "Uncle
Josh" will visit Bntler, Friday, Jan.
17th. in the interest of the Columbia
Phonegraph Co. During the afternoon
and evening he will giva a free exhibi
tion at Kirkpatrick's jewelry store of
record making and the use of the phono
graph. Mr. Stewart has a world wide
reputation as the author of the "Uncle
Josh" records and his exhibitions will
no doubt be very entertaining. The
public are cordial}- invited to attend.
Wheat, wholesale price 80
Rye, " 65
Oats, " 52
Corn, " 7a
Buckwheat. •' 60
Hay, " 12 00
Eggs, " 2H
Butter, " ;... 23-25
Potatoes, " 85
Onions, per bn 75
Beets, per bu » 50
Cabbage, per lb .01
Chickens, dressed 10 12
Turkey, dressed 15
Parsnips, per bu , 50
Turnips 40
Apples ~..80-1 00
Celery, do»4>un(-hes 25
Honey, per pound 12
Good Advice to Our Friends
If you have any hides, pells, furs or
tallow wc would a-lvisc- you to sell tlieui
to the Bntltr Hide and Fl'r Co., who are
always in tbe market and pa. s tbe high
est price. Otfice and store room.
333 iv Jtffersou St., Butler, Pa.
H. C. BRICK KK, Agt.,
201 Mercer St.. Butler, Pa.
The young people of Butler County,
who live in railroad towns, or in towns
near the railroad, who are not over 18
years of age, can secure car fare at
special rates, and thus attend the Butler
Business College and board at home.
The trains make good connections from
all - directions, and students coming
thus, miss none of their classes. Many
of our students are doing this every
term. If interested, send for particulars
also catalogue and circulars
WANTED Faimeis to bring tlai
last year's pop-corn to John Richey'o
142 South Main St , Butler, Pa.
W. J Chambers of Butler vs Dissie
H. Chambers, petition for divorce.
Cathariae Kelly and Elizabeth Kelly,
widow and minor daughter of Thomas
Kelly, dee'd , vs Butler borough.
The action is laid in trespass and
$:;000 damages are claimed. Th.* Kelly s
live on W T est Penn street and Mrs. Kelly
and her daughter have recently been
sick with fever. They claim their ill
ness was caused by fumes rising from
the Penn street sewer which was broken
by the big flood of last August and now
seek recompence from the borough.
Andrew Wabl on Wednesday filed
bills in equity against Jacob Stokey,
Lewis N. Stokey and Ezra Liken to
compel the defendants to make him
deeds for the coal under their farms in
Jackson township at $25 an acre, as per
agreements made by the defendants
with J. A. Eichert and J. 11 Wilson
and assigned by the latter to Wabl.
Liken was to receive sls per acre.
Edwin Meeder, assignee of W. E
Wilkins vs Samuel C. Ramsey, assump
sit for $3500, to which amount Meeder
claims he is damaged by Ramsey refus
ing to pump an oil well located on
Ramsey's farm in Jackson twp 111
which "both men had interests. The
well was struck last July and it is
claimed did 45 barrels a day.
The damage suit of 11. H. Grossman
vs Slipperyroek township, Jas. Martin
and Robert Ralston, supervisors, was
ended by the Court ordering a non-suit
to be entered against the plaintiff.
Three years ago while Grossman was
driving aloug a public road during a
snow storm what is alleged to have been
a wild and infuriated heifer ran into
Grossman's horse, causing it to scare
Grossman was thrown ont and his
shoulder' badly injured. The non-snit
was entered on the ground that the
owner, and not the township, was liable.
The heifer belonged to a Mr. Ralston.
The case of John McQ. Btnith vs the
P. B. & L E Ry. Co. and Bntler and
Pittsburg Plankroad Co. for S2OOO for
damages done to Smith's lot by filling
the space under the Plankroad bridge
between the bridge's north abut
ment and the railroad,went to trial Fri
day. but was discontinued Saturday as
to the Plankroad Co. on the plaintiff's
motion. The R. R. Co. then pleaded
[ surprise and the case was carried over
; until March.
In the case of A. B Hamil vs Heury
C. Welsh, iu which Hamil sued for $5tM)
as his share for cropping a farm for
Welsh in Penn twp., the jury returned
a verdict of $145 20 for the plaintiff.
The assumpsit suit of the New Castle
Grocery Co. vs H. B. McKinney and
Mrs. Maggie McKinney, to enforce pay
ment of a note signed by Mrs McKin
ney', the jnry returned a verdict for the
A compulsory non-suit was ordered
by the Court iu the case of W. B. Deii-
vs the New (iastle Gas Co and the
Fort Pitt Gas Co. The defts leased
Deumston's farm in Worth twp. and
drilled rf*gis well which they claimed
wes too weak in pressure to use. Den
niston claimed the well had 60 pounds
minute pressure and sued for two year's
The suit of Mrs. Emma Cypher vs
Michael Callahan resulted. Tuesday
morning, in a verdict for the plaintiff
for all the goods claimed except the
mowing machine. Callahan sold
Cypher's farm stock, etc . at Sheriff
Sale for a debt due him by Mr. Cypher
Then Mrs. % Cypher claimed the goods
and sued Callahan, with Tuesday's re
The suit of C. F. L McQnistion.
surveyor, vs Ulrich Winters for pro
fessional services in preparing for
Winters' suit against the P. & W. rail
road #or damage to his mill property «t
Eidenau, resulted in a verdict of $232 50
for McQnistion. Winters' defence was
that his attorneys were to pay the sur
veyors out of the money he had given
them. Winter's verdict against the
railroad was S4BOO.
The case of Itobert Krause, trustee in
bankruptcy, vs M. B. Dittmer and
Cathawne Dittmer, his wife, resulted in
a verdict for the plaintiff for the full
claim. *640, which the trustee claimed
Dittmer naa givrti to bin ».;£*, uu /lay
before going into bankruptcy.
The assompsit suit of B. P. Burton of
Middlesex twonship vs the Forest Oil
Co. has been on trial for the last three
A motion for a new trial was made
by the plaintiff in the case of J. Mc-
Dowell vs G. Schenck.
In the divorce case of A. Charles
worth vs J6hn E. Cliarlesworth a mo
tion was made to appoint a commission
to take testimony outside the State.
In the estate of John Dolan, dee'd., of
Millerstown.a petition to sell real estate
for the payment of debts was granted
and a citation awarded on Catherine
Reilly, adm'x,to show cause why letters
of administration to her should not be
Joseph Fererro ot Cherry twp. has
been released from jail.
William Hepler, an old soldier, has
been granted a peddler's license.
In the equity suit of the School Dis
trict of Parker township vs that of
Bruin borough, a decree to make an ac
count ot the indebtedness cf the Parker
twp. district at the time of forming the
Bruin district and the amount thereof
be equitably adjusted between the two,
and also an account of the real estate of
the township to be taken and if an un
due amount fell within the borough
limits, a statement of the amount to be
paid by the borough to the township for
Letters of administration on the estate
of George Ilowenstein of Middlesex
twp. have been granted of Jacob Ilow
enstein; also 011 the estate of Lydia Roe
of Butler twp. to Thomas P. Roe; also
on the estate of Margaret Zehner of
Zelienople to Charles Zehner.
The will of Sarah McClellen of But
ler twp. has been probated, letters to
Marv A. McClellen.
Ralph Greirg of Butler has petitioned
for transfer to him of the tavern license
granted to John S. Byers for the Central
House, Petrolia. J. M. McNamara and
T. W. Kelly are offered as Gregg's
Thursday afternoon "Daddy" Gregg
and George Sutton, had a collision of
cabs at the corner of Main and Cun
ningham streets. Both were driving
north, Sutton having Louis Weisbttrg,
wife and child as passengers and Gregg
having Lev McQnistion. Gregg was
on the eastern side of the street. At
Cunningham street he turned west to
take Mr. Mc<juistion home, driving in
front of Sutton Gregg's rear wheel
caught Sutton's front wheel and dragged
the horses, cab and occupants down
Cunningham street, Weisburg and his
family jumped out and Sutton jumped
from his seat and seized Gregg's horses
by the head to stop them, while
"Daddy" belabored both Sutton and the
horses with his whip. After an exciting
chase Gregg's team was stopped. Sut
ton entered charges of a<fcl> and malic
ions mischief against Gregg and the
latter entered a charge of malicious
mischief against Gregg, whose defence
for striking Sutton is that the latter
was trespassing in seizing Gregg's team.
Saturday Myrtle Latsliaw, nee Mc-
Chesney, of Fairview twp.. was granted
a divorce from Samuel B. Latshaw.
The Pennsylvania State Bar Associa
tion has decided to hold its next annual
meeting at Cambridge Springs. The
Association met there in 1900 and were
so well pleased with their entertainment
thai they want, to go there again. The
meeting will be held at the Hotel Rider
in June this year.
The case of Com. vs Joseph Hoeken
erry, was settled.
Harry Sibert of Chicora plead guilty
to selling liquor without license on
j Wednesday afternoon
Margaret Davis of Mercer township
was reported insane and sent to Dix-
I mont.
Sentence on Jerry Bennett, convicted
of larceny, who has served 20-day
sentence for malicious mischief, has
J been suspended.
Dr. \V. B. Campbell, Samuel Walker,
Esq., and Lewis Perens were appointed
a commission in lunacy on Margaret
Davis of Mercer township, on i>etiiion
of Stephen E. Davis.
The prosecution of bogus bntter deal
ers in Pittsburg was a failure In 13
cases tried every one was lost by the
State authorities and the jnrcrs seemed
to look upon the prosecutions as perse
cutions. One of the officers of the Pure
Food Department was saddled with oyer
$6,000 in costs on 500 oleomargarine bills
which have been ignored by the grand
jury. It is evident that the Allegheny
county people are not particular about
their butter.
The suit of Mrs Susan Dean against
the borough was settled for $l5O.
On the petition of citizens residing
in the Pipe Stem school district, ' "herrv
township, the coatt has issued a rule <>-:
the board of directors to show cause
why they should not be dismissed froui
office and their places tilled The
trouble aro.-e from the refusal of the
board to provide an extra school house
in the Pipe Stem district.
Alias subpoenas were grant; d in trie
divorce cases of Oweu McKivrigen vs
Ida McKivrigen. and Lonis A Rohet vs
Florence Ro'ner.
The appearance in a suit in the L niffed
States Court ai Pittsburg, last week, of
a deed which was an important parof
I the esse and which resnlted in with
drawal and non-suit. because the (l ed
had not been properly ru-e*
an interesting question which perlmps
it was not convenient to settle iu th'w
c-ise. It was evidently les» trouble to
a fresh deed and liegin tile rase over
auain than it would f.nv t - ree-.i to carry
to the court of last rtwrf the enstitn
tU'iial i*sne whether t'onguss can im
pair the validity < f a contract to the ex
tent ni declaring a'i unst tm.ied 'ustrn
nitnt null and void. Vet the question
is of so'iie importance Under th-stamp
act of SO v>ars as?o and more the <•<■ n
cln->iort was reached that while the la A
Can i 1111 o-r |<elialties for the ouiii-«i<Hi t '
stamp instruments, or t*> receive lut-m
tiUftiiiiHM-d the ennct ti«-nt that tliey
siiO'iM lie invnlid w<s 1 »•%-' •ti l constitn
ti'ual power Thus the County liecorder
mi\ well refns*^ to receive an unstamp
ed tleed for record, because the penHlt>
tor doiritfso is valid :bnt it is a undecided
ijue.-t on whether the binding force of
tie contract as between grantor and
grantee is destroyed by the absence of
the stamps.
Miles Harper to Jas W Thompson 80
acres in Concord for S3OO.
C II Diet rick to Tillie Mechlin .' as
signment 00 acres in Donegal for
Caroline Weidhos to Philip ' 'vi>her
lots at Delano for $2175.
.lohn C (ioehring to W T McCormick
lot iu Evans City for S2OO.
s W McCollough to (i G McColloUitb
assignment of lease in Fairview for S9OO
Elzie H Anderson to Daniel A Slater
lot at W. Clay and Bluff streets, Butler,
for SBOOO.
Margaret Blakelev to Laura Blakeley
lot in Harrisville for S2OO.
John T. Wick to E. H Jennings <Sc
Bros., tease, 50 acres in Concord for
Addison Brown to same acres for
- and Findley Mcintosh to J M
Bingaman 53 acres in Middlesex for
T RJ HOOD, Sheriff to Jennie Clay
Walters 31 acres in Jefferson for $1250.
Chas Meeder to Jesse W Nixon («)
acres in Adauia for $4500.
A Moser. adm r, to Forest Oil Co. 53
acres in Middlesex for $2?00._
? Lmeiises.
Mac H. Dunhaver... Harmonsburg, Pa
Clara A. Hartung Adams twp
Stephen Frazier Muddycreek twp
Clara M Snyder Brady twp
Harry J. Leonburg Cranberry twp
Margaret Reichle .
Earl Red,ok Renfrew
Birdie B. Hayes Penn twp
Joseph Fligk Oakland twp
Olive A. W«akley Slipperyrock
George C. Haworth Butler
Mrs Minu'o Vogeley
Eli O. Gaisar Ferris
IraF Ruinbangh ..Billiard
At Pittsburg—Thos. Hogan of Mc-
Keesport a»id Marg. HicJjey of Butler
Co.; Ueo. W. Ilaine of Butler Co. and
"Xlaxy Allan of Kvays City.
Mrs. Newly wed—The night you pro
posed yon acted like a fish out of water.
Mr. Nowlywed—l was-and very
cleverly landed, too'
J, C. Lewis and his talented com
pany of comedians, in the Rural Farce
Comedy, Si Plunkard, will be at the
Park Theatre-011 next Monday evening,
Jan. 20. Don't fail to see the Yankee
farmer and his fun makers Si and hi 3
Yankee farmer band will announce
their arrival on tbe day of exhibition by
a grand street parade It's funnier than
a circus.
Few, if any. modern romantic plays
allow of the beautiful and elaborate
stage settings that are given Mildred
Holland's enormously successful ro
mantic drama, "The Power Behind the
Throne," will appear at the Park
Theatre on Saturday, Jan. 25.
JAN. 22.
The attraction at the Park Theatre on
next Wednesday evening will be the
Criterion Theatre Brooklyn Success.
"The Flip Mr. Flop." Rube Welsh
the author of the piece, plays the part
of Mr. Flop, while Kittie Francis will
lie seen as the rich Irish widow. Like
all comedies of its class, the fun is fast
and furious A number of first chisv
specialties and abundance of catchy
music is introduced during the action of
the play.
i'lttsliiirg Orchestra.
The program of the concerts this
week Friday evening and Saturday
, afternoon will not be published in ad
vance. As it is well known these pro
grams are made up of request numbers,
the public having been invited to send
to Mr. Herbert requests to play such se
lections as they desire, the list to be
chosen from tbo compositions played by
the Orchestra in Pittsburg last season
or thus far this season.
The soloist at these concerts will be
Mrs. llissem de Moss, soprano, who has
' never appeared here. She will sing the
Mad Scene from Hamlet and the fol
lowing songs with pianoforte accompa
niment: "Meine Liebe ist Grun" —
Brahms, "Songs my Mother Taught
Me," —Dvorak, "Spring" —Tosti.
Grand Oi»era House, Pittsburg.
John Drew's fine play, "Rosemary,"
which afforded this popular star such a
successful vehicle for two seasons, and
brought out Maude Adams as a stellar
possibility, will be presented by the
Grand Opera House stock company,
Pittsburg, week beginning Monday,
Jan. 20th. This play was one of the
most notable successes ever brought out
in New York. It has plenty of lifu and
vim, tells a well condected story in a
fascinating way, and never lags. The
lines are among the brightest written in
recent years.
Butler County Farms for Sale.
135 acres, a No. 1 farm, $5500.
100 acres, 8 room house, oil royalty of
*l2 per month, $3500.
105 acres, oil royalty of $lO per
month, S3OOO.
50 acres, good buildings, gas royalty
of SIOO per year. S3OOO.
25 acres, in a jfood location, $2200.
80 acres, near Butler, Pa., S2OOO.
25 acres, good buildings, SIOSO.
10 acres, 5-roora house and barn,slooo.
These are improved farms, good
water, fruit, soil and generally rolling
For further information inquire of
238 S. Main St., Butler, Pa-
Six months'right school at the Butler
Business College for $25.00 The term
lias just opened and will continue until
May Ist.
The Butler Business College has al
ready filled 28 positions this term. Ex
pects to fill 100 before the next term
term opens next September.
Borough Polities.
The primary elections of Republi
can and Democratic parties to nominate
candidates for borongh offices will be
held from 1 to 7 p. m., Saturday, Jan.
25. The following go out of office:
High Constable. James Uralnm. R :
Auditor, Harry Graham. R . John R
Henninger. D.: Council. First Ward. J.
H. Gibson, Ii . second. H. Grieb, D .
third, H A McNauiee. D . fonth, Ed
Weigand, D., fifth. D F Heed. D
School Director.first ward, Bhirr Hooks
D . second, J. M. Maxwell. K.. third. C.
F. L. McQuistion. R . fourth. D E
Dale. R . fifth. M R. Shanor. R: Con
stable. first ward. John Herduian. R .
second. A. N McCandlese. I)., third. W.
II Eustninger. R . fonrtli. John B.
Mathers, R.. fifth, W. P Brown, 11.
Election officers are to be chosen iu
the different wards
At the same election the citizens <.f
Butler will vote on a proposition in
crease the indebtedness of the town mid
to provide for an extension of the s< v
erage system and for additional street
paving which council desires to hive
done during the coming summer
For Council, Grieb. Weigand »n.d
Reed are candidates to succeed them
selves. First ward Republicans speak
of running Mr. Gibson againand Victor
Bayonet is a Democratic candidate.-
Third ward Republicans intend to itin
William Siebert while Raymond Cor
nelius is a Democratic candidate.
Second A*»ri Republicans mention
Samuel Wood aud in the 5tU TV I>.
yuiitley is a candidate N
The retiring ca-tdid ires f>r S.-h >ol
Director are ail uientioaed for au<> iier
term excepr Tax Collector J M Vtx
well, who will not tie 1 candid ite. Wil
liam Rnmberger is mentioned by Ue
pnblicms as Maxwell's successor
All the old Con-t-»b!es are candid s
excej.t Ensminger in the Tlitrd and
Isaiah Donaldson is spoken o r ,s bis
t'llUßCi NOTES.
The Glade Mills L". P. congregation
held a reunion mid snpper ou New
Year's day. It is estimated that over
300 were present.
The installation of Rev. J. C Nicho
las as pnstor of the Grace Lutheran
church. Mifflin St , will take place next
Thursday evening. Jan 23d. at 7:30.
The services will be conducted by his
father. Rev J L Nicholas of ickes
bnrg. Pa., assisted by another son. Rev.
"V. H. of Apollo. All are welcome.
On Friday evening Jan. 24th, Dr.
Roselle will deliver his deservedlv lec
ture "University of Adversity" in
Karns City M E. church
Last Sunday the M. E. church receiv
ed 33 new members, all scholars of tbe
Sunday School; and the Second Presby
terian 23.
The accident in the New York Cen
tral railroad tunnel, last Wednesday, in
which 15 persons were killed and twice
that number injured, is the more re
markable because of the number pre
cautions taken to prevent it. When
*he leading train was stopped by signals
it set automatic blocks against the train
following, a Hagman was sent back, a
danger light exhibited and a warning
torpedo placed upon tbe track. Yet in
spite of all these efforts the second train
dashed into the other, causing death
anil injury, and what are described as
the most harrowing scenes at any rail
road wreck of recent years. The offici
als of the company place the blame
upon the engineer of the second train
who, with liis fireman, has been arrest
Word came to Butler yesterday of
Prof. Sam Hamilton of Allegheny coun
ty being run over by a train, and hav
ing both legs cut off
Alfred Jenkins of Middlesex twp.
had his nose cut by falling on a corn
stalk, last week.
To Whom it May Concern-
Walter's Best Flour is the "best".
Makes the fiuest bread we ever had. ,
Real Estate Broker.
Porticrt ni«iUiug w purohutu or toll
oil properties, farms, city residences or
real estate of any kind, should call upon
Wm. Walker,in Ketterer's b'd'g,opposite
P, O. Butler i'a. Peoples Phone No. 519.
The Big Pretzel.
The immerse pretzel hanging in the
show-window of the B. R. & P. Cafe is
a true index to the big and good meals
furnished therein for only 25 cents.
Everything there is of the best aud
there is plenty of it. If you don't see
what you want ask for it at the
B R. & P. CAFE.
P. S.--The pretzel was made by John
Stein, the baker, and owner of the block.
Midwinter Excursions to Wash
ington and Baltimore.
On January 10 and February 20th,
1002. Ticket Agents of the P. & W Ry .
Butler to Genshaw, inclusive will sell
excursion tickets to Washington D. C.
and Baltimore, Md. and return at rate
of $9 (M). Return limit 10 days includ
ing date of sale
School teachers, we will be ready for
those of you who wish to take a business
or shorthand course with us, about the
first of April.
Music scholars wanted at 128 West
Wavne St.
The proximity of Butler to Pittsburg
makes it very easy for graduates of the
-Butler Business College to secure the
best of positions.
The Perfect Dress.
Many men have many
minds in the matter of dress,
but the dictates of fashion
must be considered.
We make the clothes j-on
want, correct in style, of the
best material, and in a fault
less manner.
There's real distinctiveness
in the garments we make.
Wedding Suits a Specialty.
Practical Tailor.,
Insurance and Real Estate
1» & \V It It
Trains leave Butlei for Allegheny,
local time, at tiS:OS. 9:20, and 11 •
а. m. and 4:00. anil 5:53. p. ui Thel>:2o
and 11:20 a. m. trains make the ran
1 honr and 20 minutes and the 4:00 train
in an honr and a half. The 8:05 a. m
4:00 and 5:5* p. in trains connect at
Gallery for points West, and the l:4o as
far west as Ell wood
Trains leave B ltler for Bradford at
9-30 a.m., and for Clarion at 5:15 p m.
Trains arrive in Butler from All -
gheny 0:08, 9:17 a ui. anil 12:13. 2:45,
4:55. "?:07 and 7:15 pin: and from the
North at 9:05 a.ill. and 3:50 p. m
The Theatre train. Tuesdays. Thnr
•lays aDd Saturdays leaves Allegheny a:
11:30 p. m.
On Sundays trains leave Butler for
Allegheny at 8:05 a m and 5:53 p.m .
ar u lor the west ;:i I >'•> pm. and ar
rive at 9:17 a.m. aud 4:55 and 7:07 p in.
is if & i* i: if
7:30 a m, local for Punxsnt*wnoy
and all intermediate stations
10:12 a m. express for, Buffalo and
4:10 local f :>r PutLx'y and Du Bo:s atid
all .-tations
11:22 p. in. express for Buffalo mid
Rochester—with sleepers
Trans arrive at [Sutler, iin<3 go on t >
Allegheny at 6:15 :icd i':47 a. m. and
5:34 p ji. Train 21 for Pniut y arrive s
at 7 4'. a. ni. inri stops here.
li' 10:12 expu s:? will stop at Craigs
' . Echo and Dayton on signal.
i) Time table in effect Nov. 17, 1801.
One honr slower than town time.
nrwtiiwanl. Daily except Sunday. Southward
K»-ad up) (Jlead down)
I" 14 T.\Tl ' 1 »1
P.M .I' M P.M. 9 u H. >1
6 10 1 02 Erie .. ..' 5 55 I' 2 15
."» If, \1 40 Fiurview 1> 1- .C»
o 34 V 2 24 Girnrd 6 2*l 1* 4.s
5 4. e » 1 &i ar. .<*outi*»a 822 1
4 .'i2 11 (X> I*.. Counea U. . .IT iiM'LL
5 13 12 05 CraneßTille 6 AO ! «>,»
5 10 12 00 Albion «» 55 I 10
4MII 47 Spring I-oro 71" 1 >
4 30 11 41 (V»nneautvil!e 7 lfi I
4 .'JO 11 2u Juuct.. 73' 1 ">2
5 2> 11 58 ar.. Melville., ar ' S 12 2 3o
u 4- 10 37 lv.. Meadville.. .lv <"• 20 1 I •
5 ♦»;* 11 ;j0 ar. A'on. l~tke. .ar 7 45 2 «>;.>
4 10 11 05 lv..Con. G 47 1 37
4 £2 ar.. Liur ville . .ar .
lv - lv f 7 2«>
114 11 0»i 7 !'.» <»;
' 4 0- If ol Ada ins ville 7 £o lo
3 5H.lO
0 10 3 52 10 45 lir«enviile 6 CO! h 13 J ;V)
t) •S> 3 40 lo 4«» ShtuanjCk; ...- t> 4*i * »i 'J :\-
• 41 3 !£i 10 20 Kre«S>n». •; liajfs ;/> i .V,
5 2ft 3 0* 1" "CM'-reer t» 40 * 47 3 | ;i
"» 24 10310 01 Ilotfrtou Junction 0 45 > *2 Is
5 l»7 2 47 y 43 Urore City 7 05 0 10 3 3-
4 51 2 37 «l 32 Harris ilk ... 7 15 f.i 4*
4 47 231 9 25 Branch ton 7 23 j 1) 25 3 65
5 3i> 10 10 ar.. Ililliard... «r |!0 10 5 3q
2 .30 0 101 v... Hilliard. ..lv 6 10 2 3,j
4 43 2 2H 0 17 Keinter 7 271 *t 5s
4 > 2 15 9 01 Euclid 7 43' 4 i i{
4 00 1 :I»» Hutler 8 1J 10 0«> 4 \ t
2 20 12 V> 7 00 Allegbfny «J 45 11 25 t- 3,>
PRO i am a. n.l aUJ PRJI
Tritln 12. leaving Grove <'ity 5.25 a. in..
Mercer 5:4 K. Greenville 0:32. Conneautville
7:32, Albion 7-49. arrives at Erie 8:47 :I. 111.
Train 13. leaving Erie 4:15 j». m. Albion
5:25 Oonneautville ."»i4»'». Greervlll© 6:40,
AUrctT 7:21 arrives at <wove City at 7:43 pin.
W. R. TURNER, Geu. Pass. Agt.
Tkt Agt, Butler, Pa. Pittsburg. Pa
Wiiiiickl It It Co Time Table
111 effect December 2d, 1901.
Leavoe West WinfWfld 8 00 3 00
" Bojrpnille 810 310
" Iron 8 »». 320
" Win field Junction 8 8(» 3 .'»5
•• Lane 8 40, 345
" Butler Junction . 8 4"«' 350
Arrive Allegheny 4> 5 lo
Leave Allegheny 8 45 3 lo
44 Butler Junction 'lO 00 140
44 Lane jlO 05 4 4._>
44 Winfleld Junction •10 15, 45C
44 Iron Bridge ?10 25 505
44 Boggsville lo 35 515
AiMv«Wort WfakAaU 10 ••• ■25
Train M stop at Lane ami Iron Bridge onlj* on Hag to
take on or leave off {iMHciigent.
Trains Connect at Butler Junction with:
Trains Kit* t ward for Free port, Vandergrift and
Blairsvilh* Intereection.
Trains Westward f»»r Natrons, Tarcntum and AUc
Trains Northward lor Saxoiiburg, l»elano and Butler.
* n, w.
General Manager.
Sco :DUL* Errccr Jan. 4, 1902.
A. M A.M. A.M. P. M. P. M
BUTLER Leiive «25 8 (H) 10 50 2 3. r > 435
Saxonlmrg Arrive 0 51 8 20 11 1"» 3 00 5 03
Butler Junction.. " 727 85311 4u 3 2- r i 629
Butltr Junction.. .Lenvo 7 31 853 11 52 320 629
N'ntrona Arrive 7 4<» 9 f)l 1#«>1 3 34 6 :UI
rarentam 7 44 907 12 08 3 42 5 11
Springdale 7 62 9 16 12 19 3 62 15 W
Claremont 9 90 12 38 4 )6 (i 05
Sharpehurg .. 8 11 93612 48 4 12 6 12
Allegheny 8 24 9 4x 1 02 4 25 6 24
A. M. A.M. P. M P. M. P. M
SUNDAY TRAINS —Leave Butler for Alleghonj
City and principal iutcnuediate sLitions at 7:30 a. m.,
•*u«l 6:<K) p. m.
A.M. A.M. A.M. P. M. P. M
\Ueglieny City .leave C 4." 84510 45 3 1«» 6IH
<<harptttiurg 6 57 8 57 10 67 r3 22 r6 2*2
.. ...(.... 11 04 ... ....
Spriugdale .... 11 18 ... 630
rarentuin.. 7 25j 9 24 11 28 3 4«> 6 48
Matrona 7 30 9 28 11 34 3 5u 6 53
Butler Junction., jtrrivo 7 Ji :J7 1J 43 3 5s 7
Butler Junction leave 7 4*> 9 40 12 18 4 \\L 02
mxonburg 8 14 10 07 12 41 4 44 ! 7 27
BUTLER arrive M 38 10 32 1 10 6 13; 7 63
A. M.jA.M.,P. M P. ffl. p. M
SUNDAY TRAINS.- Leave Allegheny City for Put
ter and principal in term (diato stations at 7:lo a m. aud
9-30 p. oi.
Weeks I>ays. Sunday*
A.M. A.M. P. M. A.M. P M
Bt'TLKR lv 62510 50 235 7 3<> 600
Butler J'ct ar 72711 40 325 8 660
Butler J'ct lv 73711 43 35» 821 811
Fee port ar 741 11 46 103 825 814
Kskimiuetas J't " 747U 50 4nx 829 819
Leech burg " 80012 02 4 2<> 841 8 32
Oaulton (Ap0110).... 44 8 lil 12 22 442 86* 8 s»>
SalUl urg 44 861 12 49 510 923 9 lt«
Blalrsville „ 923 120 543 962 946
Blairsvillelnt 44 930 133 552 10 00 ....
\ltoona " 11 35 850 1 50,. ..
flarrisburg " 310 1 00 6 45!
Philadelphia 44 623 ... . 426 10 17
P. M.j A. M.,A. M. P. M. P. M
Through traius for the east leavo Pittsburg (Union
Station), as follows:
Atlantic Express, daily 3:00 A. m
Peunsylvauia Limited 44 7:16 M
l»a> Express/ " u
Main Line Express, 44 8:00 M
flarrisburg Mail, 41 12 46 P.m
Harris burg Express daily 4;49 44
Phil*lelphin Express, 4:50 44
Kasteru Express, '* 7:10"
Cast Line, • . VOO 44
Pittsburg Limited, daily, for New York, Balti
more and Washington only ..10:00 44
Philad'a Mail, Snuda\s oniy 8:40 A.m
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge, all
rail route) 8:00 a.m. daily and 9"0 p.m. daily.
Buffalo and Allegheny Valley Division
Trains leave Kiskiminetas Junction as follows:
For Buffalo, 9.56 a. in and 11.35 p. rn. daily, with
through parlor aud sleeping cars.
For Oil City, 7.40, 9.56 a. m., 2.38, 6.H1 and 11.35 p
m. week-da>s. Sundays, o.6fi a. m., 0.15 and 11.35p.ni.
For Red Bank, 7.46, 11.17 a. m., 2 :W, 0.15, 9.34,
and 11.36 p. in. week-days. Sundays, 9.50, 10.49 a. m.,
б.15 and 11.50 p. m.
For Kittanuing, 7.46, 9.32, 9^6,11 17 a. m.,
6.15, 7.34, 9.34, and 11..35 p. in. week-days. Sundays,
9.56, 10.49 a ni.,6.16, 10.45, and 11.35 p. m.
44 r" stojis on sigi«al to take on passengers lor Taren
tuin and poiuts beyond.
Foi detaibxl information, apply to ticket' agent or
addrt-ss Thos. E. Watt, Pun- Ajit. Western District,
Corner Fifth Aveuu* aud Smithti* Id Street, Pittsburg,
Mxnaret. Ow*' u «M* i '•
Will Sell you
Hayrakes and
Farm Implements;
Bradley's Fertilizer's.
Nursery Goods of All Kinds.
Before purchasing wait till he cal!s or
find him at
541 Mifflin St.; Butler, Pa.
ij9 Sonth Main »tr«<jt. i'
Medicine for
V We m JKC con>t.l • I"! I »: f f
\ f
r department i.tUire yui l< : t
\ there is no telling -vh;it
f hour \ou may in id >ur 7
S services. i.ei.'tiiibtr • \
.ire jiist as c.nef l ab mt •
the qu tlity < i ".is .. d C
. kiiid of t.trvict for y<< i /
£ domestic p.ets ;■> ifli :n .n S
i f lives were at stake. e \
\ have hundreds of prescrip • \
li.>:is on our files that \v. a- S
/ riitc-Ti for anima! = , and \
j they receive thi. same care C
C as any others. You may i
4 have a home recipe that p
. has been in the family for *
} yeais. ir :o us and /
' J ive will fill it just right. S
- We keep the standard /
/ t >ndition powder for cat- /
JL tic; al>> ) disinfectants lor i
• ! i k' t piT) K the stable sweet
V and clean \
' v We keep remedies for N
; > dot's, birds and all domes- \
' / tic animals. C
I) C. N. BOYD.
/ Diamond Block. /
f Butler, Pa. )
"I'M K
: atler Couotj Haiionai Bank,
Butler t-^etin,
Capital paid in - - f200,000.00
.-•iirplus ann Profits - <107,463.01
los. Hartxuan, President; J. V. Ritts,
v r ice President; John G. McMarlin,
Cashier, A. C. Krug, Ass't Cashier.
A general banking business transacted.
Interes' paid on time deposits.
Money 1 Mined on approved security.
We invite you to open an account with »l<is
DIRF.CT'JRS—Bon. Joseph flartman. rton.
W. S. Waldron. Dr. ."V. H. Hoover. H. Mc-
Sweeney. C. i\ Collins, I. G. Smith, Leslie P.
li:izleit. M. Finegin. 4 .V. H. i.arkln, T. P.
Miftlin. l)r. W. (?. McCandless, Ben Mas
W. J. Marks. J. V. Kltts. A. L. Uelber
Farmers' National Bank,
CAPITAL PAID IN, $100,000.00.
Foreign exchange liought and sold.
Special attention given to collections.
foil N VOCNKINS President
JOHN HUMPHREY Vice President
C. j*. BAILEY Cashier
E. W. BINCJHAM Assistant Cashier
J. F. HCTZLER Teller
John Younklns. D. L. Cleeland. F.. F.
Ahrams, C. N. Boyd. W. F. Met/.ger. Henry
M ilt-r. John Humphrey. Thos. Ilays, Lev'.
M. Wise and Francis Murphy.
Interest paid on time deposits.
We respectfully solicit your business
Butler Savings Bank
Capital - - $ bo, 000.0 c
S'-rplus and Profits - - $225,000 00
i« S. L PURVIS .'. Preside'.
« M.CAMPBELL, Jr :.. Caj hi, •
• ol'IS B. STEIN leM
- I'iRKtTORS-Joseph L "urvls, J. He >t
r.if.tman, W. I). Brandon W. A. Stein J «
The Rutier Savings Bank is the Oldest
Banking Institution! n Butler County.
General hanking business transacted.
We solicit accounts of «11 producers, mer
chants, farmers and others.
All business entrusted to us will receive
prompt attention.
Interest paid on time deposits.
$39,000 4 1-2 per cent.
Borough of Irwin, Penn'a.
Improvement bonds due at various dates.
Denomination SSOO.
Interest payable semi-annually
Write or call for price and description.
Bank for Savings Bld'g ,
Pittsburg, Pa.
YOU should deposit your
1 savings with the
Real Estate Trust Co.,
of Pittsburg, Pa
Capital and Surplus,s3,6so,ooo
Pays 4 per cent, interest 011 sav
ings accounts: 2 per cent,
on check accounts,
1'». <\ B.
we've cut prices
to make greatest January Sale of odds,
surplus and broken lines in the store's
Determined to let nothing hinder the
quick, thorough Emptying of Shelves
and Boxes this January. /
Lot of All Wool dark mix Venetians
52 incites wide, less than half price,
35c yard.
Lot fine imported Dollar and $1.25
Plaids—fine, dark, good styles- 50c
25,000 yards All Wool Printed Flan
nels, Gsc quality, 25c yard all Laven
der and Plum grounds, and good shades
of these colors neat, small polka dot
aud ring effects. Fabric is tine, and line
wool—for waists, wrappers, dressing
sacques and children's dresses the equal
of this quality at as low a price has
never been sold in any store in America
- goods will prove it.
Broken lines fine Dollar Dress Goods,
50c yard.
Odd lines Dollar Fancy Silks, 50c
Other lots of good, useful goods with
like price force to make them go.
Not a department in the store exempt.
Wherever any surplus or odds, in Silks,
Dress Goods, Ladies' Suits, Coats,
Capes, Waists, Skirts, Furs, Girls' and
Children's Garments, Men's and Bo>s'
Clothing, it has price on to make it go—
make the chance convincing for all who
Itight sort of mail service people here
to give your inquiries, sample requests
aud orders best of attention.
Department X.
15ROVVN' & CO. oi'icr tli :ir entir? stocl<
of F ? ne Furni'*_:rc ot Cash Prices
which leave profits ouc ci consideration.
Our stock is too irirge. intend to offer for the
Next 60 days he Entire Stock at
Every j>ihas t. n n. irkwl down t,> lowest price possible.
Your opportunity. Wo nM t'. so are bound to eell.
Come while selc-t lion i» compete.
| BROWN &■ CO.,
l-!*» North Main St . •.« i>s >m iJ-ilfy'a store.) Butler, Pa.
I Root Out That Pocket Book
It is now or never. Great January
jClearing Sale at SCIIAUL it JVAST'S.
We have made such big cuts, such deep
cuts, that 4?verv cloihiuji* buyer will feel
't. O J
he is doing his pocket book a great injus
tice to neglect ourunusal offerings.
o o
Men's Suits.
For your choice of a splendid varie
ty of cassimers in cheeks, strip s
and mixtures. Suits that have
never been sold for less thun fs »;t> ■
$6 50
For your pick rroyi our Tegular ClO
suits. This line contains sorue very
nobby effects in fancy cheviots.
$8 50
Buys any suit previously sliowu in i
our *l'- 50 line. An excellent line <
to choose from.
Our offering in this range of <h--ir
able suitings is so rich anil vi vied as J
to almost to bewilder one, and
every suit is worth sls 00.
sl2 50
At this price yon have the tmre [
stricted choice'of any *10.50 or
&ts 00 suit in our store. The fabrics
include all the newest .patterns
shown this season.
Our suitings at this price are
marvels of value-giving. The make,
the fit and tinisli being tile equiil of
that turned out by the high class
merchant tailor.
Regular Prices
S2O and $22 50.
Just as .Good Bargains
For Boys and Children.
Schaul &Nast,
137 South Mam St., Butler.
We are showing the newest styles in YOKE and LONG
OVERCOATS with the slash pocket, prices ranging fiom
$lO to $25.
Also showing the newest thin s in Men's and Boys' Sack Suits.
All our good suits are made with padded shoulders and quilted
breasts. It'll be worth your white, before you buy your Suit or
Overcoat, to look over our line. Our prices are less this year than
they have ever been for the same quality.
See our window display.
Yours for Clothing,
<ylpl (f Jj
ihniii rheu^atic*|P
The Latest Internal Remedy. Fasy to Take.
FIFTY CENTS per Bottle-- A Week's Treatment.
Busy aw Ays
wh y ?
The Roods wo sell «!• guarantiee pure and
wholesome uu uiM'il of Korerment Mali ,»
If V'»u buy of us.
l,'f.AH>N No." If vou Oral with iisonr.-
you're satisfied you lelt/our friends I
makes trade for us. We llnd It pays to . .
you satisfaction TBV I'£*■
.r.k4 < 11K.8K... ai.tKKNoa >n«»* • * N.
Ulll»0>, fcIU.IMiKU, BlUIMit: UKi.
and offer them to you 0 year old at $1 p< r full
quart. 0 quart s ju W).
whiskey guaranteedßyeass old, no |> i gal
lon. \Ve pay express ohuriies ou aii 1 nil
orders of or over. Goods shipped
Von U Siuithlicld Street, iurmerly
411 Water Street. FITTSBUR3, FA.
•Fhonw; S«U 217?. P. fc A. I4M.
Men's O'Coats
Buys a good heavy overcoat in the
popular Blue, Black and Oxford
mixtures. These coats sold regularly
at 00 and $8 00.
I $6 50
For the Long Cut Oxford Gray
overcoats in rough or smooth cloth,
considered excellent -alne at $lO 00.
:$3 50
Secures one of those big full cut
j yoke oyeyconts with turn up cuffs
and vertical pockets actual selling
j price sl2 r>o.
At llr. - price yon. have the choice of
any of our Sts 00 OVercoafa Some
very yoke coats in the new
green mixtures among them.
sl2 50
This line includes all the most
fashionable fabrics in Vogae cut in
tli" moderate as well as the extreme
styles. *lO 50 and *l3 were our
former prices.
In this price range yon will find
the bf-t id.-ns of the best merchant
tailors production. A glance at
these overcoats will tell yon more
abont thein than a yard of print.
Real value
S2O and $22 50-
Blank Books
Always customary to
stan your new books
first of the year.
Our stock is complete
in every way.

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