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'4 FINE FURNITURE
1 S3O Couch Now S2O. fd
4 Steel construction, oak base and tufted top. .
1 Covered in pantesote. . T4
SBS Sideboard Now $65. ri
m Elegant design in a 60-inch board; massive, heavy p <
> canopy top —large mirror—made in best of quartered
i oak and polished golden oak finish Must be seen ml
m to be appreciated. kx
£ S9O Parlor Suit Now $69. Pi
kj Five-piece Suit —heavy, massive mahogany finish- Fj
w ed—frame inlaid top; covered in a rich silk velour
in colors which blend beautifully. One of our many
w great bargains
> $125 Bed Room Suit Now S9B fx
I Massive polished quartered oak suit —swell top — Fj
\ paneled bed —nicely carved. Dresser has tull swell A-J
| front and ends —with 30x40 beveled French pattern w A
\ plate set in handsomely carved standard—heavy
brass trimmings on dresser and wash stand to match. FA
< A rare bargain at above price.
> COME IN AND~COMPARR' A
3 BROWN & CO. H
5 No. 135 North Main St., Butler. ku
I Fire Insurance. j
II The Butler County Merchants
]| Mutual Insurance Company.
{ R
j j Was organized by the merchants of Butler county for the *
j [ purpose of affording a cheaper insurance, and does a i
II general fire-insurance business. Insures town and coun- *
j \ try property in this and adjourning counties. |
For particulars inquire of your nearest director, or |
\ \ any officer of the company.
\\ OFFICERS — J. H Harper, President; T. P. Mifflin, |
j| Vice President; Harvey Colbert, Secretary Jacob Boos, *
j [ Treasurer. |
j; DIRECTORS —Edwin Meeder, Henry Ifft, James Barr, *
\ < Horace Bard, R. A. Marks, A. Krause, J. H. Harper, A. *
] i L. Reiber, Jacob Boos, H. C. Litzinger, T. P. Mifflin, |
j | Robert Scott, C. A. Eakin.
WALTER EVANS & SON,
Bickel Building. General Agents. Butler, Pa. f
■ Ttjis i« your best chance
■ to u
I FARM AND HOME ?
I On AUGUST 8, 1004 ilje
■ DEVIL'S LAKE
B INDIAN RESERVATION
I NORTH DAKOTA
■ Will be thrown open for Betliemeqt
I TAKE THE
■ Pacific I^oilwfiy
■ To BHEYKNNB or OHEKOX, N. I>.
The nearen*. places to thin land. »
■ For rata* address For information addretw
■ A. M. CLELAND, C. W. MOTT,
H General Pawenirer Al?ent, General Emigration A g»nt,
■ > N. P. R., ST. PAUL. MINN. \
Try The CITIZ6N
FOR
JOR WORK
The Delight of the |
Flashlight.
Portrait*, Group Pictures, Interior*.
Most enjoyable occupation
these long winter evenings.
OUR FLASS SHEETS
Make flash pictures that haven'tj
the ordinaiy "flashlight look."
Economical—Convenient.
Per pkg. 25c, 40c, 60c.
Kodak Developing Machines
In different sizes, $2 to $lO.
We will gladly show you how
they work.
DOUGLASS' BOOK STORE,
Ifl 8. Main St. Boiler, Pa.
People* Pbono 307
See Ike slfa direct
opposite the ifcZEzSumJLSSji
Old Peaieffke, ITI „
Theodore Vogeley, M
Real EMU u4 U
lotaraace Afeacy,
U8 S. Mala St. L 3
Batter. Pa. ]■
It you bare property fkj
to aelt, trade, or r«n |
or. want to l>uj or If J
rent eail, wrlt« or A £
obone me.
List Mailed Upon Application
Monumental Work.
Deal with the
Actual Manufacturer.
Thin in to yonr advantage. We (juarry
the atock from
OUR OWN QUARRIES.
and all catting in done nt oar
BHABPBBURG PLANT.
Before ordering work (tend for our price*
W. A. LINDSAY CO.,
Hoaae Building, PITTHBUBO, PA.
Corner Bmitbfleld ami Water Btreeti. I
I'lione*: Bell IBMCourt; P. it A. :#ml M
yjM. H. MILLER 7
FIRE and LIFE
INSURANCE
and REAL ESTATE.
OFKXCK— Boom 000, Butler County
National Bank building.
( Wm. Foster, i
j Architect.
J Plan of all kind of buildings »
S ftirnialied on abort notir*. ✓
C Office in Berg Building, 7
J Batter, Pa v
Eyes Examined Free of Charge
V' tr J
R. L. KIRKPATRICK,
Jeweler and *Gr»dua<e Optician
Next Door to Court lloums. Butler, PH.
Special Offer
To those purchasing photos
of groups or views, Bxlo, at
50c each, to the amount of $lO
1 will present free a fine 20x40,
exact reproduction that will
stand washing and not fade
away. No bum work, but a
fine permanent Bromide en
largement, fully guaranteed.
This offer is good till October
Ist, 1904.
Flh HKR,
The Outdoor Arti3t,
The Butler Dye Works
W S & E. WICK,
lIKA I.KUH IN
IC'mikli ami Work':<J LamlwrJ Ol »!l Kind*
Door*, Hinh und MoiilfllnKh
Oil Well Hl** a Wp-clJilty.
Ofllre and y urij
F. C'uriiiliiffl.iiK. and Monro* (•'!»
oe*r West fr.nu 11l icit,
BOTCH H ft.
JERSEY'S NEW SWEET CORN
Tlie Vnorhm Ited—\n IBIITMIIBS
Rrsnlt In Corn Brrrdine.
Xow Brunswick, X. J.— Experiments
in crossing street corn bejran at tLe
New Jersey station in with Are
varieUes—First of AH, Stabier's Xon
pan il, Esrrptian, Evergreen and Black
Mexican. While there was presuma
bly mixing among all the varieties. It
was most abundant between Black
Mexican and Ejryptian. In IStO Black
Mexican and Egyptian were selected
for further breeding. There was more
mixing upon the Egyptian than the
Mexican ears. There were all gradua
tions between blue and purplish grains
gECOXD GENERATION" OF MEXICAN OS
JEGYPTIAX.
and those nearly as d;irk as the typ
ical Mexican. Many were of a pink or
ro.-c color. During the season of 1900
attention was givey entirely to the
.cross of the Mexican upon the Egyp
tian. I'ink grains were selected from
the eross<-d kernels and planted. Tlie
ears tin:- grown were, without excep
tion, remarkably uniform in tlie mix
ing of the white, black and the pink or
rose colored grains. The pink grains
make a considerable part of the whole
and. taken with the darker grains, out
number the white ones. The ears, as
to the number of grains, are near an
averngi; between those of the parent
varieties. In the shape of ear, num
ber of rows and size of grains there
has been a decided blending of the
two parents.
The state station has illustrated live
selected ears of this cro*s, ranging In
number of rows from eight to sixteen.
Three are here shown, beginning with
the eight row ear. A, at the li ft; B,
ten; C twelve. Tlie latter Is a fair
average in all r< spects of the product.
The very thorough and even mixing of
the colors in all the ears without ex
ception is shown in the samples.
Further experiments with these va
rieties through successive seasons have
resulted in the newly announced Voor
bees sweet corn, pink when pick**!
green for cooking nnd red when ma
ture. •
t.nylnu Tile In Mnck I.nnda.
Muck land* when thoroughly drained
frequently make veritable garden
spots. But unless the tile lines are
laid with sofflcient fall, preferably In
to the clay subsoil, and carefully cov
ered the soft muck Is* liable to soon
clog them. We have found that a
little extra care In attending to these
points -will pay exceedingly noli and
prolong tii<* period of usefulness of the
drains for yearn. The life of a drain
carelessly laid In muck Is very short.
It 1# often advisable to put boards
both under and on top of the tiles, re
marks Mr. Grelner lu Farm and Fire
side.
Wrr<a In Alfalfa.
The most successful method of com
bating weeds In alfalfa consists In fre
quent mowing during the first year,
even when the alfalfa plants have not
attained sufficient height for hnymak
ing. Uepeated clipping with the mow
er during the first summer will do
much to repress weeds and to thicken
tin- stand of alfalfa by makiiiK the
plants throw out a greater number of
stems.
Protection From Sun Stulil.
Him scald kills thousands of newly
set trees. The wind also whips them
unmercifully unless supported. Kill
two birds with
on e stone by i
driving two L
sharpened strips \!i
of board on the 11/
nunny side of !
the tree, as' • gtS
shown In the ,
cut, tying n bit
of cord al>out
the top, advises
'American Agrl- H
jrulturiat. I « .
This guards ■ 7 *~ , /
Against both '.• • »-••*! *'
sun ami wind,
and the tr e e ———————
will have a i hek sniXTEK.
much better chance of petting snfely
through the critical first season. This
protection can be left on during tin;
.winter and will prevent effectively In-
Jury from rabbits, mice, etc. Itenew as
Often as nee* wry until the tree lias
passed the danger period.
Ults Profit* In Forest < oltn r*.
The hardy catalpa on rich noil will
produce more feiiceposts per acre In
a i.hortcr time than any other species.
Homo catalpa plantations In Kansas
have | old 0 per cent compound Inter
cut on tb<" land and labor Inve ted and
510 an acre per annum net profit for a
per' I '>t twenty years. This Is a inuch
greater Income than the average re
turn i fruij agriculture. 1,, ','lothicr.
THE NITROGEN BACTERIA.
Cietllnv 'l'lirni Into llw l.riii*!-
Clover Soli Illoculnl)-N Alfulfri.
The home of the nitrogen
bacteria is Ihe tubercle upon lb<* roots
of various leguminous plants, and then
is one Ulril of bacteria for red clover,
another for cowpeas and another for
alfalfa, wud so on.
Many of the older farni< :■ s of Illinois
have stated to ]>r. lloj in-of the
experiment station of the -late that
when this country was very i <•« it was
commonly found dlißcuit to get a
"catch" of clo.er o;i w.v land. Afler
u good "catch" was <<) . .• , <<t then It
was easier to get clover to grow on that
land the ue.\ t time. There was a say
ing anion,: the fi iiuers thai clover
would not do well until they i;ot the
"wild nature" out of the land. Their
filial success was undoubtedly due not
to getting anything out of the land,
hut rather to getting the bacicrla into
the land.
in (JIUCUKHIIIK the NILROK<*N Imiterhi In
coimi ' tloii with vnrloua Ifuunics ou Il
linois Moll I>r Ilopkln* liiiH wild:
On one of th<- noli experiment field*
on tin' university farm at I rhatia
whcro #oy beans hnvc been uruw n for
three year* no tuberclcw could lie
found on tin; plant* either the first or
M-eonil i'-nr, and only an occanlorinl
plant with tubercle* could ho found
the third year. In lIMKi u aerie* of
plotw, wiiiic of which had been treated
In different way* with application* of
llmeMtoiif, phoKphoru* and potaH*lum,
were Heeded with Hoy bean*. No tuber
cle* could he found at liny time durliiK
the HCAKoIi oil the Hoy lieiiUH KfoWlllK
on any of the different plot**. In llxi.'l
the fcaillO l>lotH Here dRllll! Meeileil to
Hoy hcauM, anil at the Maine time part
itfyffayjjLpkit WM lno<Miliit''d vslth In-
footed soy bean soil drilled In ■with the
seed at the rate of about "<OO pounds of
infected soil to the aero. When the
plants were only a few weeks old. tu
bercles were to be found upon many
plants prowlni: where the infected soil
hud been applied, and before the close
ilfil
soy HF.AN ROOT TUBEKCLES.
of the season at least half of these
plants In the inoculated part of the
field had one or more tubercles upon
their roots, and some plants could be
found whose roots were abundantly
provided with tubercles (see the cut).
It i» believed that a hundred pounds
of Infected soy bean soil per acre will
be sufficient to produce a thorough In
fection the second year.
From Investigation Dr. Ilopkins finds
conclusive evidence that infected sweet
clover soil can be used for the Inocula
tion of alfalfa fields, the bacteria of the
two plants actlnif the same. The in
fected soil may be obtained from any
place where the sweet clover is found
growing with abundance of tubercles
on Its roots. The soil may be collected
to n depth of three or four inches and
scattered over the alfalfa field at the
rate of a hundred pounds or more to
the acre.
Crlmxon Clover an n Catch Crop.
Crimson clover is one of the most
useful of our forage crops from the
standpoints of yield, composition, cost
and the ease with which it may be se
cured. It Is essentially a catch crop.
It may be seeded at the rate of twelve
pounds per acre In corn at the last cul
tivation or after a crop of potatoes
without interfering with regular rota
tions. In fact, at the college farm
corn and crimson clover crops have
been obtained the same year on the
same land and for a number of years in
succession, the corn and clover both im
proving in yield from year to year,
without heavy additions of manures or
fertilizers. It may serve as a pasture
where soiling is not practiced and be
made Into hay if cut when in early
bloom. The yield will range from
eight to twelve tons of green forage
per acre.—C. B. Lane, New Jersey.
A icrlenl tn ral Xoten.
Experiments in killing insects on
plants witii gasoline torch have been
on the whole unfavorable.
"Nitrates," says \V.*W. Ileal, "should
nev<-r be comported with manure on
account of the danger of loss of nitro
gen through denltriilcation."
Advocates of bordeaux spraying for
potatoes say to begin when I lie plants
arc half a foot or a little more In
height and Bpray at intervals of two
weeks. Don't wait till blight appears.
An application of quick commercial
fertilizer or liguld manure is good for
the asparagus bed.
Hellebore, If fresh, will knock out
the currant worms.
filch, newly turned sod nnd n heavy
dressing of well rotted manure go h
loiik way toward good cabbage and
en nil flower crops.
A I «eful Feature.
Two New York women went apart
ment bunting and were pleasantly sur
prised to find at tho end of their lirst
ilay's search an apartment which
seemed to Ite exactly suited to their
needs, it was new, desirably situated
and Inexpensive throe rooms and
bath, said the Junltress, all with out
side exposure. The prospective ten
ants walked through the rooms, ex
amining every feature.
"But where Is the bathroomV" they
Inquired.
The janltress pointed to an alcove
which was furnished with gayly color
ed hangings and an awkward looking
divan covered with pillows.
"There It Is," she explained. "My
last tenants said It was In the way, "o
they made a cozy corner out of it. Of
course If you want to use It as a bath
room you can take the cover and pit
lows off tho tub."- Harper's Weekly.
A I 'hnnce |'<»r Promotion.
"Here, my man," said the citizen to
the mi'Ssemr'T \vho had delivered hii
suit of clothes, "is a check In pay
ment."
"Hut," said the messenger, "I am not
allowed to collect money."
"1 know, but this Isn't money."
"Y<*s," remonstrated the me eienger.
"but it's the same thing."
"My dear, misguided boy," said the
citizen, with tears In his eyes, "your
COUtideute touches me. Leave, I beg
you, the employ of this sotille-is cor
poration. And if I can persuade the
banks of this city that my checks are
the same as money your fortune Is
made!" Baltimore American.
Koc|i«-forl * brriA*.
B'wbefort, that most Individual mem
ber of tin- che.se family, gains its
distinction and Its flavor by ripening
six months in a cave in the mountains
near the little village of Itocliefort, In
southern France. I'art of process which
It undergoes Is the pricking full of lit
tie holes, Into which tin- air of the
cave penetrates. This air remains of
the same temperature the year round.
Only sheep's milk is u.vd for making
Kochefort.
I nprofeeteil,
The stage manager catches one of
the adors smoking behind the scene*.
"Here! You can't smoke on the
stage!" li<. Hays.
"What's tin- odds? The scenery Is
II reproof."
"But you're not."
As the actor discovered when he got
hi i two wee I; t' notice. Judge.
.Hetltoil In lll* Mjaline**.
Mrs. Wick What Is the use of stand
Ing there and calling the stove names?
That won't make the lire burn any
better. Mr. Wick I thought that may
be if I could Insult, the blamed thing II
would get hot about It.
Mlulal Improve In 'rime.
I 'olid Mother Are you not somewhat
astonished at my daughter's singing?
Professor I certainly am. But then
she Is young yet!—lllustrated Hits.
I'olttiiK Money In dollars.
Howell Ho you think it pays to put
much money Into clothes? Powell -
Not If you have a wife to go through
them Exchange.
Wo should be HA careful of our words
ns of our actions I'lcero.
Mora? Important.
"VVlth your daughter as my wife,
tlr, I can conquer the world."
"But that Isn't the (Jtiestlon. C'9ll
you make enoiiKh money to keep your
self In clotlusa?"—Life.
SSOOEfKSJ
WHO OAHKOT BE CURED.
So uniformly successful has Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription proven in al! forms
of Female Weakness. Prolapsus, or Falling
• of Womb, and LeucorThea, that, after over
a third of a century's experience in curing
the worst cases of these distressing and
debilitating ailments. Dr. Pierce now feels
fully warranted in offering to pay SSOO in
cash for any case of these diseases which
he cannot cure.
IT STANDS ALONT. —The "Favorite Pre
scription " stands alone, as the one cr.d
only remedy for these distressingly com
mon forms of weakness, possessed of such
positively specific curative properties as to
warrant its makers in proposing, and
binding themselves to forfeit, as we. the
undersigned proprietors of that wonderful
remedy hereby do. to pay the sum of $503
in legal money of the United States in any
I case of the above diseases in which after a
! fair and reasonable trial of our treatment,
we fail to cure. No other medicine for
the cure of woman's peculiar ailments is
backed by such a remarkable guarantee ;
no other medicine for woman's tils is pos
sessed of the unparalleled curative prop
erties that would warrant its manufacturers
in making such an offer; no other remedy
has such a record of cures on which to base
such a remarkable offer.
Therefore, insist on having Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and turn your back
on any unscrupulous dealer who would
insult your intelligence by attempting to
foist upon you some inferior substitute,
under the plea that "it is just as pood."
Insist on having the article which has a
record of a third of a centurv of cures and
which is backed by those willing to forfeit
SSOO if they cannot cure you.
In cases attended by a leucorrheal drain
a solution of Dr. Pierce's lotion Tablets
should be u»ed conjointly with the use of
the "Favorite Prescription " Thev are told
by all druggists, or sent post-paid to anv
address, on receipt of 25 cents in stamps.
Send 31 cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. Address
WORLD'S DISPENSARY, Buffalo, N. Y.
Weak and sick women are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce, bv letter, free. All
correspondence is held as strictly private.
Address Dr. K. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N". Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness.
CATARRH
Ui'D HEALING
CUBE FOR
CATARRH
Ely's Cream Balm
E&*7 and plea="nt to y' ■'
nse. Coiitama in- H
It ix quicker absorbed. J
It Opens mud Cleanses __
COLD'N HEAD
Heals and Protects Membrane. Restores the
8» rifes of Taste and Smell. Large Size, 60 cents at
Dr I,'tfiEt® or by mail; Trial ]ocents by mail.
ELY BKOTUBKS, Warren Street, New York.
For Piles.
Sample mailed free.
One application gives relief.
The continued use of Hum
phreys' Witch Hazel Oil per
manently cures Piles or Hem
orrhoids—External or Internal,
Blind or Bleeding, Itching or
Burning, Fissures and Fistulas.
Relief immediate—cure certain.
Three Flzcu. 25c., 50c. aud 81.00. bold by
I>ru<ctciMt«. or Merit prepaid on receipt of price.
Humphrey*' Medicine Co., Cor. William and
John HU„ .\ew Vorli.
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
Vital Weakness and Prostra
, tion from over-work and other
, causes. Humphreys' Homeo
pathic Specific No. 28, in uso
I over 40 years, the only success
ful remedy. $ 1 per vial, or spec
ial package for serious cases, SO.
Sold liy Druggist*,or scot on roctlptof price.
Mod. Co., W!:!hm U John St&, N. Y.
PAROID
READY
OOFING.
t I >yVK(3ID. The KoDiinr* v.ithNO
TAR. Won't dr)- out. Wt n't
' nrovv brittle.
1 ANYONI. ciiii apply it. Tins,
Nails and Cement in core of
each roll.
ICPRESKNTS the results •.
years ol fCxpcricnce and I.x-
L perimt.nting.
/ jjNLY rcquin paiiuing
l f'jwycars. Net wi.< n fi; t
I laid.
I S Cheaper than Gravel, Slate
or Shingles.
| |KMANi) for PAKOIU is world
U wide
MADE IN 1, 2 AND 3 PLY
: Othi-r Facta, Sampled and Prleen are
yotir>* if j 'JU will -i -k UK.
L C. WICK,
: BUT LI: W, PA.
L. C. WICk,
i
J Uf. „ e T P
LiniiHß.
t J ■,*' tri ?' '■ "t. a. " -
| HtiOVAL,
We bnve removixl fiur Miirlili urifl
(iriiiiiN- hlidjih frooi corner of Main mi'L
, (Jliv htrui ta l<< No. Vi'O N. M.iiu "In' I,
(ii|il»n«it') W. I>. IJraiidon'H r< -idi uce),
, where we will be |il«-!ini-(l to in «-t. our
1 ciiftoi!i< rn with Mx'T'it that ar<i lixlit
I on
n/lonuments & Headstones
'•) all kinds anil are also prepared
t" ;jivc he st figure s on
Iron Fence. Flower Vases
I » tr. ,'tM tVli IlH> '' • urod tll«' H>U OK* r y
Ut»nt t )#•* Si' v ;trl Ir »i Workd f >f ha
dnriHti.Ohi';. for thin town unci vicinity.
P. H. Sechler
i
i . y ;nd Quick I
SOAP-MAKING'
with
BANNHR LYB
'l'll 11, : il.c . i.iy lie t kiiitp, •-imply
<!, t,;\! I/i, : .f t 'Hit. r lye in cold
u.ii i, : e!t lbs. of (;rosi:.e, jiour the
J.,.: .. . ; .i tl is j;rc.i Stir and put
rij; Ic to :.t l,
l-ull I)it«:ion» MI I.very I'titl-ag.
Him: /i.• i. pulverized. The can
i i..y I ' opened and <lo• dat will, per
mining llic u e tif a small quantity at a
time. It i. jut the arti< Ic needed in
< iy liouv lirld. It v. ill tl' in paint,
ini i. ui.ttliii..;. d tile wink. soften v. iter,
ill infect sink , elo -<rla ..nd v.a*tc pipe*.
Write for bookie; ■■(.;<'/ ! ■>!"<■'
Jj " free.
Ilii fan a Cb«inl««l Wurki. i'liiUUclvbi* ~
R-R-TIMF-TABLES
IS It «\ I» It it
Time table in •;. t Nov. 2i, ltt»i'<
Passenger tr.«:n- lev. < and iiirive at
Dntler as foli >■ ?
LKAVE FOR NORTH.
7:SO a. in.. mist df .r Pnax IKLIV. n>.-j,
DU Bois and :Ltt-rii • diate stations.
10:17 a. in daily, vcatibnled day ex
press for Buffalo, connects at Ashford.
week days, for Rochester.
0:80 p. m. local for Punx'y, Dr. Bois
and intermediate stall, us.
11:25 p. in. night express for Buffalo
and Rochester.
ARRIVE FROM NORTH.
fir a. in. daily, night express from
Buffalo and Rochester.
9:4oa.in. week days, accomodation
from Dnßois.
• r >:''l p.n.. d::iiy. vestibalfcd day expre-s
from BufTal"). Has connection at Ash
ford week days from Rochester.
8:4."> p.m. week days, mixed train
from Du Eois and Punxsutawney.
Trains leave the B. & O. Station,
Al!< .iheny, for Buffalo and Rochester
at Ml a.m. and IOSSO p.m., andfor local
points a.- far a - Dußois at 5:10 p.m.
B .v o i; u
Time table in effect. May 15, 1904.
Tr.iics for South and West,"leave Butler
town time: WI.KIC DAYS
6:SO am, Allegheny Accommodation.
a in, Allegheny & Cleveland Ex.
9:10 a m. Allegheny Express.
11:40 a m, " •'
1:40 p m, E'ilwe d Accomo.
3:85 p.m. Allegheny Ex.
5:00 p.m, Chicago, El! wood, N Castle.
5:20 p la. Allegheny Ex.
5:50 p.m. Allegheny Ac. —New Ci-tle
SUNDAYS.
• s :Ht a.ui, All' ,'heny & Cleveland Ex.
10:25 a.m. Pittsburg Ex.
->:-'5 p in, Allegheny Ex.
5:Vi p m, Allegheny Ac.- New Castle.
GOINC NORTH WEEK DAYS.
9:42 a.m. Kane & Bradford Mail.
4:55 Clarion Accomo.
SUNDAYS.
9:42 a. tii, and 8:00 p.m. to Foxhnrg.
K«<rtbr- ticket*, Pullman r«'MTYfttif»n<» ttad iii
f>rn»»ti .-.[<] ly t.. \V. It. TlftNLtt, A«t.
Butler, Ki.
K. I». ITH, A. G. P. A..
Pittsburg, I'a
mmSim -L
WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA ClVlSlf
SCBKDI'Lr IK E»*S<7 M ,»y 2?, lt#Cv.
SOUTH. V.EEK PAY.*
A. * V.M.A.M, F. M. P. 5:
BUTLKB... .he- 6 15 *4olo*'. 2 :« \ M
BntU r Junction. " 7 I*o 3«' II L."i 3 25 5 _<>
Butler Junction. • 7 :i» 9 11 ;v» i 6 I"»
Natrona \rrl\ 7 • f» 4J 11 ::•« 3:u « '24
, Tar. Nt u 7 45 947 11 4<» 340 0 P-0
I Hpr 7 65 9 57 11 .*» t 51 0 4'J
C!a'« inoiit ♦ Vi 16 4 U'« 7 01
Bhan-».ur K 8 1»'» 1" 1h 1- Vl} 4 12 7 11
I All<>' 1 c <• •i 0 311 Yi 4" 1 2"> 725
A. M A.M. I\ M. P. M. P. M.
I .SUNDAY IKAINH.—L-ave C itlei for Ariogc-»« r*>
Cit; tud pilntlpftl interim dialo aiathuia at 7:' i" %. »• .
I Mi'l 6.<6 p. m.
XOlilD. WKSK f>A VB
M. A. AI A. 11.: P. MP. ft
Allegheny Cl'3 Jr * \i l 10 Irt 2 »<> •• 10
Sh tr;<aburg.. . .. *> ill 8 4.'> 10 37 2 6 ill
| G'uuvroont 64i 8 53 10 43 247 ....
Spriniplale... 7 02 '.I L' 10 .V 30 - 6 4-
Tareutuif 7 14. 9 2111 vl* •< 20, ♦. /•»
Nat: jf.a 7 :jO 9 3IJII 1« j 3 3*»! 6 57
Hurler Jum nr 7 M •4« 11 25 34V 7T>
Itutlt-f Jutif lv 7 451 » 4.') 12 :«> 4< .V 7 <<?>
Si- • .|.ur« K O'.i 10 <1» 12 61 4 35i 7 3i>
UTTTLKfI 8 35J10 3*> 1 2'» b Of ) 7 5%
A. M !A M.;P. M l' 11 |p. 11
•I NDAY TUAIN3. L.a\\» Allegheny City for ."-.I
tor ami prii. i-al Interne li»t« »*-v.it»n» at 7 a. n. »ii<3
9 SO p. 1-1
BVIK TH* ILL&T.
Wrek !*•}•. fcii:u !ay.
A. M. |A. M.'P. M. A.M. P M
Butlku U 6 I*' . . . 'I 36 1 ix,
Hotler J'ct ai 72" 325 81M ...
Hutl».r J'ct h 7 4o : 400 814 ....
K-. port ki 741 . 404 817 ....
Ktfkfmi<ftcta* Jt.. .." 7 1- MM 823 ....
I, rhlitir* 44 7 '.. . . 420 8 3<J .. .
W. t \ .! 41 811 1 A'i H67 ....
S*lt«l t: A " 841 5 9 2'»
filauarillo w" 5 42 . 9 6*2,
BlalnrrlUo Int.. .. 44 •' . 6 50»; lo IM
Mmi ri*f,iii,< .' 4 3l! I 'H) #J 35 .....
PbiWlolphu " *> ; 3 10 20 ....
IP. M. A.M., \*l P.M. P. M
Tlirough trains for the ooat l<.i*vo PJttflorg (Union
Htatiou), a* followr:
Keyatone Kspr»?aa dally 3.00 A. M
M •uhatttn Ltmitfl 44 (No c<*w In--),. .3:31 44
P. 1 . ylvHuii* Llinlte l " (So ton Inn) . .7:15 14
N< - V-.rk 44 44 44 ... 715 •'
Atlaati' Exproaa, " 7:30 "
Mai 1 J LID« txprem 41 8:00 •'
l>a> r*prw"«, 44 l":0l X(H>n
Mull Kxpr«« 41 12 f6 p M
< Mail (n'»t-> diily 4 .*»'• 14
Kaatfin Kxi>ro a, 1 4:66"
Kew York kx\-rt+M, " .... 7:1 «i "
i'hila lolphia Kxprt*«« 4 tf.OO 1
New York tfpfM'ial, «luily for New York. oaty. l f :"0 44
I * 1111.4' 1 'll >! 11» S|Mil daily. Kl#«e|Hng
cara to PhiUMpliia, Ilaltlmori* and Wiiah
inict'h. No< <xu:h«ai 10:<»0 4
Pliilair» Mail, Buuda>t oniy ... 8:30 A. u
Not** ' .trrlea «:oi«'» pw 1 i'-lv. tti I'.'.t+hmx
an<l 11 irii iburg.
for Atluotic <'ity (via Delaware lilver l!ri«lif» il
raM route) 8:fV) a.rn.an'l U '»o p. rn. daily, "IN nn -
vylvania l.iioUod," aU'l Kew York liuiUnl. 7:15 a. 111 . I
week day*.
Buffalo and Alleeebcay Valley Division.
Trai 1 * leure KlikinMitutuM Junction aa follow*;
K<>r Ituflalo, 9.40 it m and II.Id p. in. daily, wit):
tin ugli parloi and al<>«-(-iug cara.
Kor Oil City, 742 9.46 a n«., '2 JO, f.,07 aud 11.48 p.
m. wec-k-dnya. Hun'lay a, 9 iti a. in., <i.< 7 and ll.4H'p.ru.
For Had Hank, 7.12, » 10, a.m., *2 <\ «.07, 10.15,
and 11.44 p. m. week-day*. Kundaya, t*.4«, 10.40 a. rn.,
8.07 rii'l 1 |.4H p. rn
Fir Kittmiiuliig 7 I*2. 9 .*>, '♦ 4*1,11.14 a. m., 2.'i0,5.' 3,
fi.l/7, 7.4W, 10.15, and 11.48 P. in.
9.4''. Io.4i)». ui., 6.07, |0.44, and 11.4H p. m.
"f" hti.pa only on niKiuvl «»r tnitic«§ to «<r ooii
dia tor to receive 01 di» liurgtt |»o<^eiiKcra.
f u hif'-ruiati' ti, apply v> ticket avt-nt or
«.tdr- *<* Tbor. K Watt, F-w* '.»t. W«*i*rn Ulatrict.
Corr r Kif'l. \vor,n»- d "n.iu.f ild >«rt, Plttal>nrg,
vv*. , . A'i rl.ll in i;v J. it vvooii
«.«i.'l M*uaK«-r. I'aat'r Traflli Manager.
<;i;o, w iPiYh,
ii' ral Alt ut.
BESSEMER &. LAKE tRIE RAILROAD
COMPANY.
TIME TABLE In effect June 19th. 1304.
fcASTFHN STANOARD IIMC.
NORTHWARD SOUTHWARD
iftuadc p) Dallr E>ctpl Sunday Head down;
~ J " " 1. , : v"I II tl3
J| r;i p. 111. n in. n. in
7 " 1 41 ID Mi I rli V Mi 1 u-j 4 :;u
7 1 10 Zl I'iilrvl" w 7 .... 1 I Mi
n Kit I on lo u olrnnl 7 i a; r. im
1 1.. I 4'jlO 7 id»lis"«l 4 Mi
4 ROjIU 01' 7 Vli I. v i (in in in 11.. Ai' u " .. 7i ,
<!■ '.. ;i !>:• ....< lum vllle 7 ti ft 'j-.
ft -.llli ft I j Ml. Ailtl'tll KHi '£ fjit T, '.Vi
(i Hifl2 'a: :-hmli lin it! K 1 '-C1 11; fi 42
• I-'- IV 'J .. S|-rliu'lrtii".... H |ii 'i i 41
0 it. rj :» v 1 oiiK. iuitvlili- h 'j.. "j i i,i)
ft 401 V 07 lift.' IX|<)«Hl(.n I 'ii i L H Mi V 4"t ii l<
it 11J I•:»41 \r Mi ii'lvllk' J.\ HWiI •• I
•t ..7 11 I . « OHl,v Mi.mIVIII. Ai '.i I :i v ■ <:
6V-IV I- (I ft A I '.ii'l 1.ti1.. 1.-. H :n' •• v.: r, ii.,
f» I'M I •! H ;i"l,v.< on't lit i Ar l» I*. v ft- i.
64" H (m \r I lni-i\ I I* l.\ It a: 12 4 ft M)
.. . , M 7.: I.V 1.111.-. V 111 IAI It 4",
M- .i-lvllli-.1. I
ft I. M 4-' . lllirUUtH n '.i (i- (,
0 I MM 7, A' In id 1 villi-.. !i II (i |.i
ft II ' .... H V 7 (ihi.-'nt f I) 24 ... r,
41. fl V 7 Mvi ..<iii invllk-.. 1) ;.ti ;i ; 7n|
4 Mill 2M, H IM.r H1.,.......,,,, M 7 o„
41 nun in Ar i.v '.l , 7 |i,
4-111 01 7!> Irt tloiiln . !» !•: ,1 1 ;
4 I•10 1. 7 Mi it 1 1 10 0- ;; v 1 :
4 1410 41. 7 ;; IIMIIHUJII .Irl 11l 1. V I,
J( '. .10 V- 7 l-'t ...Mow lily 10 at 41 i ,
8 4:II 7 ovL...ll*rtUv!lli..„... 10 4V I H 20
;i H» 1 'il II r.l liriuifliUiti 10 I- Imi h '.'h
10» 11 v» Ai ..Hill mi1...1.v 7ln f,, 4 -^(j
2 7ln U Jlllllni'l Aril 2"' « :«•
;i lidlM <1 W ...Ki-i-ti-r 11l .- 4 . n
:i i<; u 1,7 ji; af. .... Km-liil. no- 4 n h m
2Mi 11 .«; or. Ilnili-r 11 .'o r, 10 uig
7 .:II Noilli 11- - 11111 r. . tso ..
I l.'i HI- ; .. All'-Klictiy.... ! I 0(. <1 ar|
it. in n. in 11 in p. in p. in.li- in.
TIHIII No.I Imivlhk '-n i iivllle ut 1. .0 it. in.;
Flii'llttliKu <1 .'iiil iwloliltt I 11 1 r l.inv
1 iiy 1 K< l-f.-r n In; Jlutli r 11.1.0, nrilii in
AI ' K.'i« |iy 111 I"U. In.; 1 i.itin ill in tjin tll
Junction will. Iriillill to flt'l If lilt l.l*>i'.r, 111.-I
u' Ilutlerto North ll'n > uu-r,
Train No 2 liitvlnic All»i lit-ny ai H lOii. in.;
Jin Mr r I: i.*»; Kei.nter It.Mi; UrtiVi < iiy ;V«it . r
I. I . I' M 'lonla K 'H; HIH UWIIKO '• •' L»RRL\ • IN
fjri» nvllli* nt fi:66; I'OIIIII TIM tit Qtiei n Junction
pith (mill/ l'» mi'l fmtn h»\ lor, hiul pi i.*ull» r
In in Nnrth J'« m uwt.
1 11. II IIY, J!. I». F OMH'JNC K.
Uciurnl llmiagir. <i« n'l !*»»» Ai«i i,
I'li .-t „ r . r ivl.. It'.n If" I. ' ftal'llNln d• n lit' Wt *l
irn All'j»lnot_v lira mil «f 111" P« A I;tI* «* V.»l« ■
It. It, ala . 1.1» Dm Mitin l:i « l« t*»fn IJull'-i ai «l
Nnrlli l!« *■ i hot. dally t -.f «piMi|it«lay.
Train Ko • U . Ii . M • 1 90 m rrhm
In iSti 11«-1 01 > 14, i ifiiiMrf fiiiK vtjili Ko. II f"i Kii«i
ai>fl li»i imediate pdnia.
Si. 7 l«au-a liutlfr nt r :ji i in afiei urrtial ol imin
N«. II fr-iiii i;i|« and Infeiuu iFatf j« inU, la dun at N.
U. -a.m. i nt « ft* fll I
Nt. !»| |. i\lii« llutti r <»f \U am, and V». UI- ir»M
N. I . tii t ;tt I tut pm, • "iiin ' I ul IJulkr e (111 tiaiua
from and to iir« villi-.
TL;: . .TR'S TKGUSH
mmmvki PILLS
<z?"
0 IR- p ••
Huff. • r- Ji .nlt Mifirii 'i'«k l»rui{|tellbf
4 IIH lllllMi: M i i llril am*
<«4llll I 1
I'Nbr no alitor. lt< fi'*i d iiiu»'riu»» ai.iwil'
luileiiaiuul iiiilliidiin*. i «'l v ur I'nmglwt,
or nt'itd It*, in ' 'mi" l •' Partli'Mlar*. Trail*
mimiAU and • 11. llt f I'er l.ii«l»rt/'InW/f.
»>v return >lall. lo.nnu i< umuilala. Hold b|
toil l>r»KK' ta.
t'fliHMiCA 1* CM,
IU9 Mnai.uu »<|ll*r«-, W
MulUi AUmii.
W infield It Co 'lime Table
In efTc- t Nov. 30 th, 1803.
WESTWARD.
STATIONS, |AM PM
i .-Are# Wxt VtnlUU ! 7 JO' t 45
' .. | 7 to' J 00
ir,.:, 7 55 3 10
Winfirl'i Jucitta.u i> 10 3
" 1J">« » J" 3 &
| " liutlcr Junclku 1 l r > 310
Arrive Putl»r 10 5A 5 38
j Arrive Alk-gheuy 10 fti 5 05
I'll
I Ar-ire l>Uir>vi!l< , ..]l2 to' 5 30
EASTWARD.
STATIONS ~ A II: P M
! I • ,v« !-• 7 50 SSS
" AH /htnj .... 800 3 on
" Hull, r 7 3.' 2 »
■ Butli-C Juki-U a 10 15 ttO
" IJU.* 10 Is «43
• Wine. M Jiiu.tiuii 10 so 4ai
•• I run Bridge 10 40 5<S
- H-ciIOTUIK ... loso 515
Arrive W«t WinfitM 10 Oi 5 30
I L«n.*n.l Ir,m Bri ' . „nly • . Ylug
I t un or lc*Tr *1 | ngt-r».
Trains Connect at Buih r Junction with:
Trains Lastw*rd for Freei*.:!, Vandergri/t and
B' tirsville Intersection.
Train* Weatwmrd f r N'atrona. Tarentum and All«-
fTMi-ny.
Trains N" .rthwan! I r Saxonl'urg, Marvrood and Bci-
B. G. BEALOK,
General Manager.
BUY CHEAP. I
There's just one rule for making
money. Buy cheap and sell dear.
Look over the market and I
thinß you'll agree with me lliat
rnauy regular dividend payers are
cheaper now than they will be
again for a long time.
There will be great profit in
acting upon this conviction.
R. M, Weaver
Stocks and Bonds
223 Fourth Avenue,
PITTSBURG.
Local office, 213 S. Main St,
Butler,
F. EARL STEWART,
Manager.
i
Strictly Cleanliness and
| First Class. Prompt Service.
K. J. IH RIG,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Dining mid l.uiicli Ilooius,
19 & i!l Park Way, Opp. Boggs& Buhl's
(Near Ft. Wayne Station) Allegheny, Pa
HUGH L CONNELLY,
Wholesale Dealer in
■ Fine Whiskies
For Medicinal Purposes,
Bell Phone 278
People's Phone 578.
316 East Jefferson Street
BUTLER. P/>
A SUMMER
WHISKEY
must not fever the blood, nor
fire the brain. Mint Juleps are
most cooling and palatable
when made with Lewin's whis
key.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
FINCH, I.AItUK, OVEKHOLT.
MIWMiHJIKIt. *T. TKUNOX Mill* PSO.N ,
UIBSOX, WIIiMHUEB. UUIUUKPOKT,
:ind offer tliern to you 6 yeurold at {I per full
nurt, iqaarte mm.
GRABDFATHER'S CHOICE.
whlnki'V guaranteed :i year* old. 00 per nal
n. \Vi; pay express charges ou »ll mall
orders of |. r ioo or over. Good* shipped
promptly.
ROBT. LEWIN & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Il« WINES AND LIQUORS,
"o 14 Smltbtlcld St, formerly 411 Water St,
PITTSBURG, PA.
'Phonei: Bell 21l« P. Ic A. I4M.
| madam Dean's i
J j A Hftf#*, certitln nIU .r Sii|»pn*s?wHl
M Menstruation. N»v ,• kr*«#wn to fail. Hafi*! H
• «1 E
Wor money K«fnn«Hi. Kent prppuld fori
m
H l for when relieved. Sumpi« H rn'o. H
VJ UWITCO MtDICAL CO , Bo« 74, Uwoirtw, J
Sold in Batlcr at the Centre Ave.
Pharmacy.
LEGAL RIGHTS OF TENANTS
\ VKUITAULR MINE Ol INFORMATION.
Wort h toiitiy tlnieH ltd cont: In ttattlfftifd U>
i»i« JI« «■ t tenants I•» 11 n • fullest « \tent of the
ii.v; l"gitil> tweurate and almolutely re
llnlile; written in plain and simple language.
It wIH pay f«»r tf-.«• Ir many hundred times
Published hy the
TENANTS EIGHTS LEAOTE.
Ih pt First National Hank Hldtf. Wllklns
hut'tf. I'a. I'l l-e iv, jxi t paid. AgotiU wanted
Don't Know That?
That Stei n'n Creamery soil Milk
depot lit the leiir of *ll7 Sotith
Main Hlreet is-iu operation?
WELL, IT IS!
Ami if yon want KiMMl'Milk,
Creaiu, (.'reaiiiery Butter or Mutter
milk, rail anil aee HM or watch for
our wagon.
People's Phono i'-ifi Bell Phone 'JIM.
ASK YOUR GROCER for Steou'H
I toiled Cider in quart jar«.
We xuHranteu jur prod acta pure
mid free from any adulteration.
J II STIiEN'S CRIiAMHRY.
I)W
I I Bedford Springs Hotel and Is«aths,
Special Rates from August 20th to October 3rd
IvAKGCST KGSOKT lIOTEb IN PENNSYLVANIA.
SIOO,OOO spent in improvements the past season. New and magnificent Bath
House. New office and lobby, ball room, dining room, billiard room, buffet, rooms en
suite with private bath. New kitchen building. Heating and Electric plants.
Electric bells. Finest nine hole Golf course In the State. Golf, Tennis, Bowling,
Bathing. Horseback Riding and Driving.
"Magnesia, Sulphur, Chalybeate and Sweet (Pure) Spring Waters"
OIM;N ONLY TO I»ATKONH OF TIIK HOTICL.
FOR RATES AND OTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS
H. K. BKMLS, Marker,
Heel l ord, Penn'a.
te a
DO YOU WISH TO
YOUR PLACE OF BUSINESS, YOUR CHURCH
YOUR LODGE, OR ANY ROOM
MORE ATTRACTIVE?
WRITE US FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
WHEELI/NQ CEILINGS.
MADE OF STEEL.
WiIEELiMG CORRUGATING CO..
WHEELING- V. UFT.
| Butler Savings & Trust Co.
Capital. Surplus and Undivided Profits
$450,000.00.
Assets over
| $2,000,000,00.
Solicits your banking and trust business and offers you
i every favor consistent with sound banking.
| INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
ii
Write for onr booklet, Money," Youra for the asking.
j Tlit) Butler County National. Bank, j
BUTLER, PA- ■-
I OFFERS* GREATER SECURITY TO DEPOSITERSi THAN ANY 2
OTHER BANK IN THE COUNTY.
I Capital Paid in $300,000.00 I
| Shareholders' Liability. 300,000.00 I
| Surplus and Profits 300,000.00 — $900,000.00 I
| Assets over $2,600,000.00 jj
| Combined wealth of Stockholders over $20,000,000.00. I
* INTEREST paid on time deposits, subject to withdrav/al at any time *
* without notice.
* Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent—THE VERY BEST. J
We most coidially solicit your business cither in person or by maiL 5
* LESLIE P HAZLETT, President. JN'C. G. MCMARLIN. ('usbier. I
* JOHN V RITTS, Vice President ALBERT C KRUG, Anst. Cashier. *
fT. P. Mll'ri IN. Vice President, W. 8. BLAKSLKK, Ax>t. Cashier. |
********** r :w * »»* * * .<T» *******-*
THE
Farmers' National Bank,
BUTLER, PA.
CAPITAL ----- $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS - - - $32,000.00
(EAKM:I>)
Accounts of the pul.iic solicited. A liberal rute of interest paid.
JOHN YOUNKINS, President.. JOHN HUMPHREY, Vice President.
E. \V. BINGHAM. Cashier. J. F. HUTZLKR. Ass't Cashier.
i ■
jEberle Bros.,{
} PLUMBERS 1
S Estimates given on all kinds of work. ?
C We make a specialty of s
/ NICKLE-PLATED, C
P SEAMLESS, /
) . OPEN-WORK. Y
7 354 Centre Ave., Butler, Pa ?
£ People's Phone. 630. c
HI
The Davis Sewing Hachine tor Sale by
W. B. McCai\dle»«, 45, Euclid, Pa
Also Pianos and Organs.

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