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Kelsey, Crown, Boomer
FURNACES.
Coal and Slacl< Heaters, Gas and Coal
Flanges and Gas Stoves. 1904 Washers,
Sowing /Machines, Needles for all mal<es of
Sewing Sewing repaired.
Roofing and Spouting, and House Furnishing Goods.
Henry Biehl,
122 N. Main St. **eo. 'l'lione 4<>4.
A.T LAST.
Ar\ Engine for the Farm.
Write for Catalogue and Prices.
THE EVANS MFG. CO , LTD.,
BUTLER, PA.
FOUND GUILTY.
THE PITTSBURGH NOVELTY
SUPPLY COMPANY
Has been found guilty by a jury of ten
thousand people of selling the best and
tn cheapest Clothes Dryer In the market. Price
50 cents and SI.OO. The finest adlustible and
- extension Shade Hanger only IS cents. No
house is complete without them. The Safety
Lamp Filler Is only to be seen to be appreci
ated. Con fill your lamp with finest of whlt(f
kid (tloves in an instant without soiling
them. Price ten and fifteen cents. 81 worth
of the finest Toilet Soap for 35c. You have
never received so much for the money be
fore. Only one box sold to a family to intro
duce It. Also the finest of sold gold Jewelry,
Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, Etc., at
nrlces never before heard of. Any of the
above priced goods sent by mail or express
on receipt of price. Address or call
PPTTreBDGH NOVELTY SUPPLY CO.,
412 Lewis Block. Pittsburg. Pa. Good Agents
wanted.
PAROID
READY
OOFINQ.
» T>AROID. The Roofing with NO
TAR. Won't dry out. Won't
grow brittle.
A NYONE can apply it. Tins,
Nails and Cement in core oi
each roll.
T>EPRESENTS the results o
years of Experience and Ex
perimenting.
requires painting every
fewyears. Not when first
laid.;
T S Cheaper than Gravel, Slate
or Shingles.
JJEMAND for PAROID is world
7MADE IN 1,2 AND 3 PLY
Other Faova, Samples and Prices are
yours if you will ask us.
L. C. WIGK,
BUTLER, PA.
LOOKING FOR GOOD,
LEGITIMATE OPPORTUNITY
Think This Oier Carefully,
Then Act Quickly,
We manufacture Litho-Marble. the most
satisfactory and artistic substitute for
genuine marble yet known; wide field, large
profits, only slight competition with inferior
material. Business has grown to require ad- |
dnional working capital to properly meet i
rapidly-Increasing demand. If you want in
on the ground lloor, address at once
THE LITHO-MARBLE CO„ Inc .
609 Bessemer Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
PETERSON, HORNING & CO.
Dealers in
Stock, Bonds, Real Estate, Coai. Etc,
Legitimate Mining Stocks a Specialty.
Address Room 909 Keystone Building.
320 and 324 Fourth Avenue,
PITTSBURG, PA
FANS! FANS! FANS!
Ventilating Fans, either Electric or beltod
or Water Motors or Gas Engines for Hotels
and Restaurants. BRIGGB MACHINERY
CO., 238 Second Avenue. Pittsburg, I'a.
A Letter to Yon.
Pittsburg. Pa., June, 1!/G5.
DEAR SIR:—
Owing to our having leased out nearly all
of the space in this building, we are forced
to make a great sacrifice of everything we
liave hero, to get It off our hands before July
Ist, anil if thero Is anything in this stock
'hat you can handle or use. you certainly
never had such an opportunity to get it at a
lower price than it ever was sold before, be
cause we must get these goods away from
here even If they fall to bring half what
they cost.
In this collection of vehicles, you will find
some Brockway's and Youngstown's splendid
work, besides a good assortment of plainer
Jobs, amounting in all to about seventy-live
in number, all of them cheap, at our regular
retail prices, but from now on until the end
of the mouth, wo will make the figures so
low that anyone who Is in need of a buggy,
runabout or surry, should not miss the
chance to get a good article for much less
money than it cost to build it.
Come and sec for yourself, or address.
Yours truly,
DUQUESNE VEHICLE CO.,
400-402-404 Dnqnesne Wav.
PITTSBURG, PA.
41-PAGE BOOK FBEE. Highest reference
FITZGERALD &. CO.,
Dept. 10, Washington, D. C.
SCHOOLS
JrS J j Engineering. Electricity,
W/[/ Book-keeping Shorthand,
fs Preparatory Academic.
| *C^sC'U / Z / (/s&s and Higher Accoontancy
| «mm ■"■«■High Ornde Schools.
| Elegantly equipped and lighted room.. Positions
I No antiquated methods or men employed. Sure.
! EVery teacher a college graduate with experience.
j Pittsburg, Allegheny. Buffalo. Niagara Falls, and
Mexico City. Send to Pittsburg for Catalog.
Martin Jcnnlnas Caton, LL. D., President.
IJlMam Dean's
A safe, certain reli« xr Suppressed
Menstruation. Never ktu*n to fart. Safe!
Sure! Hpeedy! Satisfaction Guaranteed
or money Refunded. Sen; prepaid for
SI.OO per box. Will send them on trial, to
be paid for when relieved. Samples Free.
UHITCP MIDICHI-CO.. .OK T«. UIICHTn, W.
Sold in "Butler at the Centre Ave.
Pharmacy
REMOVAL
Wo have removed oar Marble and
Granite shops from corner of Main and
day streets to No. 200 N, Main street,
(opposite W. D. Brandon's residence),
■where we will be pleased to meet our
customers with figures that are right
on
Monuments & Headstones
of all kinds and are also prepared
to give best figures on
Iron Fence. Flower Vases
etc., as we have secured the sole agency
from the Stewart Iron Works of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, for this town and vicinity
P. H. Sechler
Special Offer
To those purchasing photos
of groups or views, Bxlo, at
50c each, to the amount of $lO
I I 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.
FISHER,
T'he Outdoor Artist,
The Butler Dye Works
GUGUSSE.
Black Belgian Stallion,
formerly owned by McCand
less ft West, of Prospect,
will be at the barn of
I. I. CUMBERLAND,
Hooker, Pa., the entire
Zuver Studio
Has added a full line of
amateur Photo Supplies, Cam
eras, Films, Dry Plates, De
velopers, Printing out and de
veloping papers.
Anti-Trust Goods
At Vibout one half what
you have been paying.
Quality
Guaranteed
As good if not better than
the Trust goods.
ZUVER STUDIO
215 S. Main St. Butler
M. A. BERKIMER,
Funeral Director,
€45 S. MAIN ST., BUTLER, PA
DR. E. G^WER,
No. 229 1-2 SOUTH MAIN ST.
NEXT DOOR TO GUARANTY
SAFE DEPOSIT & TRUST CO.,
BUTLER, PA. ROOMS 1, 2,
AND 3.
Dr. E. Grewer is a graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania, is now per
manently located at the abovenddress.
where he treats all chronic diseases o'
men, women and children.
Diseases of the Nervous System, the
symptoms of which are dizziness, lack
of confidence, sexual weakness in men
and women,hall rising in the throat, spotr
floating before the eyes, loss of memory
nnable to concentrate the mind on one
subject easily startled when snddenly
spoken to, • and dull distressed mind
which unfits them for performing the
duties of life, making happiness impos
sible,distressing the action of the heart,
depression of the spirits, evil forebod
ings, cowardice, fear, dreams, melan
choly, tire easy of company, feeling
tired in the morning as when retiring,
lack of energy. neryousnes3, trembling,
confusion of the mind, depression, con
stipation, weakness of the limbs, etc.
Thoso so affected should consult ufl im
mediately and be restored to perfect
health.
Lost Manhood Restored
Weakness of Young Men Cured
and all private diseases. -
Dr. E. Grewer's varicocele Rintf cure.-
Varicocele, Hydrocele and Rupturt
promptly cared without pain and nc
detention from business.
He cures the worst cases of Nervous
Prostration, Rheumatism, Scrofula
Old Sores, Blood Poison, and all Di
seases of the Skin Ear, Nose, Throat
Heart, Lungs, Stomach, Liver, Kidneyt
and Bladder.
Itching Piles, Fistula, Stricture.
Tumors, Cancers, Goiters, cured with
out cutting.
Special attention paid to the treat
ment of Nasal Catarrh.
He will forfeit the sum of Fm
Thousand Dollars for any case of FITH
OR EPILEPTIC CONVULSIONS that
he cannot cure.
Consultation free and strictly confi
dential. Write if you cannot call.
Office hours—From 9 a. m. to 8:30 p
ia. On Sunday from Ito3 p. m. only
Do You Buy Medicines?
Certainly You Do,
Then you want the best for the
least money. That is our motto
Come and see us wher. in need of
anything in the Drug Line ano
we are sure you will call again
We carry a full line of Drugs.
Chemicals, Toilet Articles, etc.
Purvis Pharmacy
S. G. PURVIS, PH. G
Both Phones.
213 S Main St. Butler Pa.
See the Sign directly arSfW
opposite the
Old Postofflce I^3
Theodora Yogelsy, m
Real Estate and *>^4
Insurance Agency,
238 S. Main St 3
Butler, Pa. 35P
(f you have property j
o sell, trade, or ren ( ■JI
)r, want to buy or M
rent caii, write or m £
uhene me. QEJH
List Mailed Upon Application
h'yes Examined Free of Charge
R. L. KIRKPATRICK,
Jeweler and Graduate Optician
N cxt Door tcCourt House, Butler, Pa
Private Maternity Hospital.
fn a beautiful lo.'ation. llest or physicians
and nurses In attendance." Home like rom
foits. Strictly private and seciiided. Adop
tion provided. Kates reasonable, fan stay
as ioiir as you wish, '"all or address
MllS.'M. A. HUGHES,
!'>*) California Avenue,
ALLEGHENY, I'A.
THE ACME CURTAIN STRETCHER.
f,- ■ 1... , ,i In the past year there
' zVn have been the usual aum
fitf*. '. fill her of new stretcher® out
' ' n " " i ! t\ and passed away, leaving
\ ,-. x il. *' \ a greater demand for the
I' J- -" c ,y| \ ACME.. THE CORSER
~ F GK.G3GFC.--F K&S&L \\ CLA MP TELL S T// K
y* ~-F \1 STORY. OUT laat Ad-
Hwm\J justable Pin is a success.
_ Bee them; at your deal
era. Bee the ACME QUILTING FRAME.
ACHE H » li CO., Ailecben;, ff.
DANGER SIGNALS.
No engineer would lie mad enough to
run by the flag which signals! danger.
It is different with the average man
nr woman. They
attempt constantly *
to run by the dan
signals *r>f
Nature and that
attempt costs Hi
thousands of lives aA JL
every year. When the
appetite* becomes T- I
iar or entirely gives JL
and broken.
a constant feeling oj dull
ness and languor, Nature B:;'*'
is hoisting the danger sig- .
nal. The stomach and its
allied organs are failing in
their work and the body
is losing till- nutrition "ti
which its strength do
ponds. fjSfc
Such a condition call
for a prompt use of \)r.
Pierce s Golden Medical ,
Discovery. It cures dis- Hi '
easr>s of the stomach ami..
other organs of digestion
and nutrition, purifies ——<
and enriches the blood and —/JSR
builds up the body with
sound, solid flesh. /jf &
" I have liad so much bene
fit from your medicines am clad to say a few
words that you may use for publication."
writes Mrs. J. R. I.»owncs. Crystal Lake. Conn.
"Had been troubled with a complication of
diseases for over two yeafs. but kidneys and
liver bothered me most. Some of my worst
alln.cnts were headache, froQuent pain-,
around heart and under rlirht shoulder
blade. My hands and feet were cold nearly
all the time, and I had such chilliness be
tween shoulders. Some days cared but little
for food: I lo>t flesh; felt so tired and mis
erable It seemed I couldn't do any house
work. Took medicine from my physician,
but receives no benefit. Bouirlit a bottle of
'Golden Medical Discovery.' and after tak
ing it I felt so much better ire determined to
Cive it a fair trial. Appetite soon improved
and gradually the disorders disappeared un
til now 1 am well." r
A Great Doctor Book Free.—Send 21 one
cent stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo,
X. Y.. to cover cost of mailing 011/1/ and
he will send you a free copy of his 1008-
page Common Sense Medical Adviser,
paper-covered. Cloth-covered 31 stamps.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets Cure Constipation.
HUMPHREYS'
Specifics cure by acting directly on the
sick parts without disturbing tho rest of
the system.
No. 1 for Fevers.
Ho. 2 " Worms.
Ito. 3 " Tet thing.
No. 1 " Diarrhea.
xu>. 7 " Coughs.
No. 8 " Neuralgia.
No. 9 " Headaches.
No. 10 " Dyspepsia.
No. 11 " Suppressed Periods.
No. 12 •' Whites.
No. 13 " Croyp.
No. 11 " Tho Skin.
No. 15 " Rheumatism.
No. 10 " Malaria.
No. 19 " Catarrh.
No. 20 " Whooping Cough.
No. 27 " The Kidneys.
No. 30 •' The Bladder.
No. 77 " La Grippe.
In small bottles o£ pellets that fit the vest
pocket. At Druggists or mailed, 25c. each.
asß~ Medical Guide mailed free.
Humphreys'lied. Co., Cur. William & Julie. Streets,
I?ew York.
~ Nasal Catarrh quickly yields io treat
ment by Ely's Cream Balm, which is agree,
ably aromatic. It is received through tho
nostrils, cleanses and hea!s tho whole sur
face over which it diffuses itself. Druggists
sell the 50c. size; Trial size by mail, 10
cents. Test it and you are suro to continue
tho treatment.
Announcement
To accommodato those who "are partial
to the use of atomizers in applying liquids
into the nasal passages for catarrhal trou
ble*, the proprietors prepare Cream Balm iu
liquid form, which will bo known as Ely's
Liquid Cream Balm. Prico including the
spraying tube is 75 cents. Druggists or by
mail. The liquid form embodies the med
icinal properties of the solid preparation.
Save Money
Buy Liquors Direct
Robert Lewin & Co., 14
Smithfield St., Pittsburg, Pa.,
sell only pure goods for family
and medicinal use.
A full gallon of pure Rye Whiskey.
$3.50 to $5.. We are still sole owners of
GRANDFATHER'S CHOICE
V guaranteed, 3-year old Whiskey—
*2.oo per gallon.
All kinds of High-Class Wines ami
Liquors Write for prices. We pay
xpress charges on all orders of *5.00 or
>ver; and guarantee secure boxing and
prompt shipments.
ROBT. LEWIN & Ct).
WHOLESALE DEALERS
IN WIHES AKD LIQUORS,
Ho. 14 Smithfield St„ PITTSBORG, PA.
'Phones: Bell 2179 F. * A. 1458.
YOU
Can buy the best of Liquor of
all kinds delivered at your door
from MAX KLEIN & SONS,
1318-20 Penn Ave., Pittsburg,
Pa. (formerly of Allegheny) at
the following prices:
BEAR CREEK RYE,
1.00 per qt. 4.00 per gal.
CABINET RYE,
75c per qt. 3.00 per gal.
ANCHOR RYE,
50c per qt. 2.00 per gal.
GIN.
50-75-1.00 per qt. 2.00-2.50-3.00 per gal,
RUM,
50-75-1.00 per qt. 2.00-2.50-3.00 per gal.
BLACKBERRY,
50-75-1.00 per qt. 2.00-2.50-3.00 per gal.
ALL WINES,
50-75-1.00 per qt. 2-00-2 50-8.00 per gal.
All goods neatly packed and shipped
by express- charges paid—on all orders
of $5.00 and over,
(VIAX KfceiN & SONS,
Wholesale biquors,
1818-20 Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa'
DR. HARRIS'
Summer Cordial,
TRADE MASK
SPEKDII.T CURES
Diarrhoea, Dysentery,
Sick Headache,
Summer Complaint.
Vomitins;, Sour Stomach,
indigestion
and for Children Teething.
Anson H.I.Y HAKMLIXS.
Prepared ly I:. A. 1 AHJiESTOCK CO.
Pittsburg, Pa.
At nrussista a bottle
In order to prove to you
i%*| that Dr. A. W. Chase's
mm I I A Ointment is a certain and
* 11\$ absolute cure for any form
of itching, bleeding, or
protruding piles, the manufacturers guaran- j
tee a euro. You can use it and if not j
cured get your money back. Mr. Casper j
Walton, laborer, Michigan City, Ind., says: I
"I work hard and lift a great deal. The strain j
brought on an attack of piles. They itched ,
and they protruded and bled. Nothing helped
them until I used Dr. A.TV. Chase's Ointment. ■
That cured them." 50c. a box at all dealers, or
DB. AW. CHASE MEDICINE CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
Dr. iL W. Chase's Ointment.
i;iKsi\»-:ss oi'i'imrtsiTiEs.
Farms Bought and Sold.
We can sell your business or farm no
matti-r where- located. For quirk s:ile con
sult us. W. F. WKITEkMIALSEN.
717 East Ohio Street, Allegheny, I'a. |
SAN JOSE SCALE.
A Fe*t of the Firnt » !•«•»•« and llow
lu Fiuht It.
Br Dr. joins B. SMITH. New Jers.-y ex
periment station.
The Sail Jose scale infests nearly ev
ery shrub and tree ordinarily grown in
tho garden, although it is not equally
destructive 011 all. It seldom oecurs on
blackberries and raspberries so as to
be injurious. On all fruit tret's except
cherry and quince it is destructive.
The winter Is passed in the half
grown condition, covered by a black
J3+U,
SAN JOSI: SCALE.
[Seen under a lens, much enlarged.]
scale. 11l spring growth is resumed. At
almost any time after midsummer an
infested tree will show moving larvae,
the almost snow white recent sets and
every stage f*om that point through a
gray to a black scale.
Reproduction continues throughout
the summer, and a single pair, starting
in June, may become the ancestors of
over a thousand million examples be
fore the season closes. Reproduction i;
usually most active in September, and
throughout that mouth larvae occur in
abundance on infested trees. It is the
season at which spread is most general.
The crawling larvae get upon any
thing, Including the backs of beetles and
the feet of birds, mil are carried con
siderable distances. An insect that at
tacks so many different kinds of
plants, that breeds so abundantly and
that has no natural enemies to keep it
in real check is of course a pest of the
first chi-s, and so all gardeners have
found it.
Two sorts of campaign can be car
ried 011 against this insect—a summer
series, directed at the larvae, and a
winter campaign, directed against the
hibernating forms. None of the ordi
nary summer mixtures kills all stages
of the scale without endangering the
foliage. Larvae may be killed by di
luted oil emulsions or by soap mix
tures—say for whale oil soap one
pound In two or three gallons of water,
depending upon the kind of x>lant, or
the oils in a f> or even a 10 per cent di
lution, according to the manner in
which it N put 011 and the plant on
which it i« to be used. In any case the
application will kill only crawling lar-
HAN JOSE SCALE.
[On a twig, natural size.]
vne and very recent sets. Applications
must, therefore, be renewed at short
intervals throughout tbe summer to
obtain a really effective result.
This sort of work is feasible in gar
dens that are under constant supervi
sion, and in such places the Insect can
be almost completely cleaned out in a
single season. The new forms of pe
troleum made soluble In water will be
most effective aids in this sort of cam
yiign.
Ucliorninf? Cnlves.
It is much easier, to say nothing of
being more humane, to dehorn calves
when they are young, preferably when
from three to four days old. Clip the
hair away from the button, take a
stick of caustic potash wrapped iu
some material to protect the fingers,
moisten one end with water and rub
gently over the button until the skin
becomes slightly raw and smarts a lit
tle. 111 a few days a scab will form,
which will soon disappear, and, if the
work is properly done, will leave the
calf without horns. One application Is
usually enough, but in case the horns
start again the application can be re
peated. Care should be taken that
none of the caustic potash runs down
over the hair to injure the eyes and
skin. In case the horns break through
the skin before the caustic is applied it
will probably be necessary to use a
knife to cut off the button, after which
a little caustic potash can be rubbed
over the exposed surface.
BORDEAUX MIXTURE.
<tain Dim-lion* For MuUinjc It na
Conveniently n» PoMsible.
By C. L. SHEAR, department of agri
culture.
Bordeaux mixture should be pre
pared as follows:
Copper sulphate (blue vitriol or
bluestone) 0 pounds
Unslaked stone linn* 4 pounds
Water 50 gallons
To prepare the mixture most con
veniently and economically stock solu
tions of the ingredients should be
made. Secure four barrels, holding at
least fifty gallons each, in addition to
tho barrel which is to be used for the
spray pump. I'lace 100 pounds of
good fresh stone lime iu one barrel
and slake the lime by adding water
slowly, allowing the iiine to crack and
crumble. After the lime has been
thoroughly slaked add sufficient water
to fill the barrel. When the whole is
thoroughly mixed, as it should be be
fore it is used, it will contain two
pounds of lime to each gallon.
To prepare the stock solution of cop
per sulphate place 100 pounds of cop
per sulphate in a stout., coarse sack
and suspend it in another barrel, which
should be tilled with water. The blue
stone will be dissolved in a day or two
if plaeed as near the top of the barrel
as possible. Never place the copper
sulphate in the barrel loose, as it will
take a much longer time to dissolve
and w ill .'equire much stirring. Each
gallon of this solution will now contain
two pounds of copper sulphate.
Make two half barrels by sawing one
of the fifty gallon barrels through the
middle and put two gallons of the stock
lime -that i. . four pounds—in one bar
rel and add sulllcient water to make
about twenty-two gallons. Stir this
we\l to make a thorough mixture of
the lime. I'ut three gallons of the
stock copper sulphate solution—that la,
the other half barrel and ]
ltd® enoughswater to make nl»ont twen
■""» i
porr.rsrt TO< LIME AND ULTTESTONF J
SOLCTIOSS.
ty-two gallons. Two men with pails t
can now pour tho two solutions to- t
getlier simultaneously into a barrel, as .
shown in the figure, and then stir the
whole thoroughly -with a wooden pad- 1
die. J
If desired, these stock mixtures may j
be prepared by using only fifty pounds ,
of lime and fifty pounds of bluestone 1
in each barrel. If prepared in this j
way the solutions would contain one '
pound to each gallon, and four gallons :
of lime and six of bluestone would lie
necessary for a fifty gallon barrel of
bordeaux mixture.
ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN.
Inoculation In Xot n Panacea For
All Soil Evil*.
The only direction in which soil inoc
ulation has been rendered more or less
practicable is the inoculation with cul
tures of various tubercle bacteria.
Such inoculation cau therefore be ap
plied to legumes, and legumes only.
By so doing we may make possible the
formation of tubercles, and therefore
tli > fixation of nitrogen by leguminous
crops in such soils where the proper
bacteria are naturally absent.
But it should also be remembered
that iu nx»st soils the failure of legumi
nous crops to grow satisfactorily is
due not to the absence of the proper
soil bacteria, but to general unfavor
able soil conditions, to absence of a
sufficient amount of lime, of a suffi
cient amount of humus or of sufficient
aeration. The inoculation of such soils
without previous improvement would
be a waste of effort and money.
There is ample justification, there
fore, to utter here a warning against
misconception and unjustifiable ex
will be exploited, as ignorance in other
directions has been exploited, by at
tempts to sell to farmers improperly
informed cultures of soil bacteria ad
vertised as the panacea for all soil Ills.
Let the man who wishes to Inoculate
his soil remember that it Is not yet
practicable to inoculate it for wheat or
potatoes or melons, and, while it is
practical to inoculate it for alfalfa or
soy beans or other legumes, he should
inform himself as to the real facts be
fore proceeding with his inoculation. —
Messrs. Voorliees and Lipman.
THE GARDEN KEYBOARD
Rich, heavily manured land should
be provided for squashes, and these
should be planted only when the weath
er Is really settled.
Remove the blossoms from newly set
Itrawberry plants.
A mulch of salt hay or straw be
tween the strawberry rows keeps the
soil moist, the berries clean and pre
vents weeds.
Plant sweet corn, both early and late
kinds, and by making enough sowings
of each at judicious Intervals you may
have a feast extending far into the fall.
Plant the veranda boxes now. They
will be tilings of joy.
A most brilliant bedding annual Is
phlox—such dazzling colors, such masses
of bloom, dominating the rest of the
plant, besides soft bright shades of
pink, rose, lavender, striped and white
centered and pure white.
EAGLES IN REAL LIFE.
They I)o Not I'okh«k.s tlie .Mu<l Feroc
liy One Read?* About.
Did the old eagle show tight? is the
Jlrst query put by the casual 'listener.
I always see a trace of disappoint
ment sweep over his countenance
when he hears the answer. The mo
ment you speak of climbing to an
eagle's aerie the average man gets an
idea of a harrowing tale of the pho
tographer hanging to the edge of a
cliff or the top of a tree, with the okl
eagles clawing out pound chunks at
every swoop. Few eagles possess the
mad ferocity pictured and magnified
by sensational story tellers. When we
first scrambled over bowlders of the
canyon up toward the nest I saw tho
old eagle slip quietly from her eggs
and sltlm out over the mountain top.
When I strapped 011 the climbers to
ascend the tree I had one eye opened
for trouble. But each time we visited
the spot the parents silently disap
peared and stayed away as long as we
cared to hold possession. They kept a
watchful eye, however, from the blue
distance qyerhead. For a noble bird
like the eagle this abandoning of the
nest and young seemed to me cowardly
at first. Perhaps the long years of per
secution have taught him something.
The first rule of self preservation of
tills pair seemed to be to keep half a
mile distant from the animal that
lights with neither beak nor claw.—
Country Calendar.
Worshiped at a Distance.
Curiosity had led the little girl to
forsake the nursery, where the other
children were playing, and to go to take
a peep at the great parlors where the
company had assembled, but she pru
dently remained concealed among the
palms.
One of the guests spied her there.
"Hello, little girl!" he said. "Are you
having a good time?"
" 'M-h'111! Say, do you see that lady
over there under the chandelier? That's
my mamma. Isn't she nice?"
"Indeed she is. Can't you introduce
me?"
"Goodness, no!" she exclaimed. "I
couldn't do that. I haven't been intro
duced to her myself yet."—Chicago
Tribune.
Could Tfot Qualify.
A well known Scotch horse couper,
who was considered a respectable
member of a congregation, was fre
quently pressed by the minister to al
low himself to be nominated for the
eldership, lie always put the matter
off with evasive answers, but at length
the minister demanded the reason for
his refusal. Thus driven into a corner
the worthy replied: "Man, I wonder to
hear you, Mr. McNab! 1100 can a man
be an elder and sell a horse?" —Scottish
American.
Tree* Shrink, nnd Expnnd.
Perhaps it is more interesting than
strictly useful to know that the diame
ter of trees not only varies from sum
mer to winter, but from day to day.
They are larger from noon until twi
light next morning than from twilight
to noon; they are smaller in winter
than in summer. Low temperatures, as
well as high, promote evaporation. The
trees evaporate from their branches in
winter, and so the colder the weather
the more they shrink.
The Way.
A gentleman one day In talking to
several farm laborers on astronomy
thought he could give the farm hands a
poser. "Can you," he said, "tell me
what made the Milky Way?" The
farm hands studied a minute, and then ,
one of them said: "Yes, I think I can. ,
It was the cow that jumped over the '
moon."
Dangerous Vertigo.'
Dizziness or Swimming of the Head
At -< ciated With a of Fullness*
Dull I'aiu or Nervous Sick Head
ache is a certain Indication of
an • incoming Apoplexy
or Paralysis.
Dr. A. \V. Chase s
Nerve Pills.
If the person subject to attack of diz
ziness or swimming of the head, com
monly called vertigo, would only stop
to realize that these syintons are not a
disease in themselves, not temporary
:ii!ments. bnt the plainest sort of warn
ings from nature of grave troubles of
deeper origin, of an exhausted nervous
system or an on-oming apoplexy, ept
lepsy or paralysis, the matter would
receive prompt attention. Dr A. W.
''hase knew this and provided the cure
in his celebrated Nerve Pill, a medicine
that brings back the glow of health and
strength by its power to furnish just
what the ill fed, half starved nervous
system needs, good, rich, wholesome
blood and nerve force or energy.
Mr. E. Smith, of No. 1 Union Street,
Troy, N. Y.. says:
"I used to suffer constantly from
nervous headache and dizzy spells.
They came on at any time and in any
place—l was never safe from them
stooping over always resulted in vertigo
my head pained me as well. I ijot a box of
DR. A. W. CHASES NERVE PILLS
and they cured the trouble rapidly, eas
ily and completely. It is the best med
icine I ever took. lam as sound as a
dollar again in every particular and
very glad to recommend it to any one
in a similar condition as a safe and cer
tain cure. 4 ' 5
50 cents a box at dealers or Dr. A. W.
Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Por
trait and signature of A. W. Chase,
M.D. on every package, for sale by
RediclTand Grohman, druggists, 109 ]S.
Main St. Butler, Pa.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
PHYSICIANS,
DR. L. R. HAZLETT.
10ti W. Diamond St.. Butler.
North side of Court House.
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat work, a
specialty.
T C. BOYLE, M. D.
D • EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT,
SPECIALIST.
121 East Cunningham Street.
Office Hours. 11 to I' 3 a. m., 3 to 5 and
V to 9 p. m.
BOTH TELEPHONES.
GM. ZIMMERMAN
• PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At 327 N. Main St.
OAMUELM. BIPPUS,
U PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
200 West Cunningham St.
OSTEOPATHY.
DR. JULIA E. FOSTER,
OSTEOPATH.
Consultation and examination free.
Ofiice hours—9 to 13 A. M., 2 to
M., daily except Sunday. Even-.ng
appointment.
Office—Stein Block, Rooms 9-10, But
ler, Pa. People's Phone 478.
PLARA E. MORROW, D. 0.,
V GRADUATE BOSTON COLLEGE OF
OSTEOPATHY.
Women's diseases a specialty. Con
sultatian and examination free.
Office Hours, 9 to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m
People's Phone 573.
i; 6 S. Main street, Butler, Pa
DENTISTS.
DR. FORD H. HAYES,
DENTIST.
Graduate of Dental Department,
University of Pennsylvania.
Office—2ls S. Main Street, Butler, Pa.
DR. S. A. JOHNSTON,
SURGEON DENTIST.
Formerly of Butler,
Has located opposite Lowry House,
Main St., Butler, Pa. The finest work
a specialty. Expert painless extractor
<ji teeth by his new method, no medi
cine used or jabbing a needle into the
gums; also gas and ether used. Com
uiunications by mail receive prompt at
tention.
DR J. WILBERT MCKEE,
SURGEON DENTIST.
Office over Leighner's Jewelry store,
Butler, Pa
Peoples Telephone 505.
A specialty made nf gold fillings, gold
crown and bridge work.
WJ. HINDMAN,
• DENTIST.
12; i South Main street, (ov Metzer's
shoe store.)
DR H. A. MCCANDLESS,
DENTIST.
Office in Butler County National Bank
Building, 2nd floor.
DR. M. D. KOTTRABA,
Successor to Dr. Johnston.
DENTIST
Office at No 114 3. Jefierson St., over
G. W. Miller's grocerv
ATTORNEYS.
RP. SCOTT,
• ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Office in Butler County National
Bank building.
AT. SCOTT,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at No, 8. West Diamond St. But
ler, Pa.
COULTER & BAKER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Butler County Nationa
Bank building.
TOHN W. COULTER,
O * ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office on Diamond, Butler, Pa.
Special attention given to collections
and business matters.
T D. McJUNKIN,
O % ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Office in Retber building, cornet Main
and E. Cunningham Sts, Entrance ou
Main street.
1 B. BREDIN,
J • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Main St. near Court Housf
HH. GOUCHER,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office lu Wise building.
EH. NEGLEY
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in the Negley Building, West
Diamond.
T ,\; C. FINDLEY,
T! • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND
PENSION ATTORNEY.
Office on South side of Diamond,
Butler, Pa.
MISCELLANEOUS.
P F. HILLIARD,
1). GENERA 1. SURVEYING.
Mines and Land. County Surveyor.
R. F D. 49, West Sunbury. Pa.
|Y F. L. McQUISTION,
V. CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
Office near Court House
T P. WALKER,
IJ, NOTARY PUBLIC,
BUTLER.
Office with BerVmer, next door to P. O
T-Rails. Beams, Machinery in stock. Rails
cat to icneths. paid for scrap-iron and
metals. HOMER BOWKS, River Avenue.
Allegheny, I'a. End of Sixth Street Bridge.
THE L.ARGKBT IN THE COUNTY. j i
| THE j | . ;
i Butler County National Bank. j(
[ A good. STRUNG HOME BANK FOR THE PEOPLE of
Buler Couny to do business wlh.
/Capital # 300,000.00 j|
i Strength surplus 300,000.00 n
(Assets 2,706,342.30 ||
We invite YOUR business—assuring you PROMPT, 1
I COURTEOUS and LIBERAL service.
| "The big Bank on the corner by the Court House" |
<7*l Do You Want Something?
Save up for it in the right way—that doesn't
mean keeping the money at home, where it !
O may be stolen or lost. It means putting it in ;
! Otf bank, where it will draw interest, where it
0 will be a solid substantial incentive to more <
saving. You'll be smprised to see how fast it :•>
grows in bank, where it is safe from waste.
You'll get the habit of paving, an invaluable *
L asset in itself. You 11 know your little pile is
safe, and that it is slowly growing to be a big
y. A dollar deposit starts all this. Make it to- J
day. 8 per cent, interest paid. !
| BUTLER SAVINGS& TRUST CO.
ESTABLISHED 1900-
THE
Farmers' National Bank,
BUTLER, PA.
CAPITAL ----- $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS (earned) - $47,000.00
DIVIDENDS PAID ----- $6,000.00
IN one Stronger in the Couqty.
The Butler Business College
New buildings, new and splendid equipment, a strictly first-class and up-to
date school that ACTUALLY PLACES ITS GRADUATES.
A few of the hundreds of prominent concerns that employ them:
The Butler County National Bank, Guaranty Safe Deposit & Trust Co., The t
Farmers' National Bank. Butler Savings <te Trust Co., John Berg <fc Co., Standard
Steel Car Co., Standard Plate Glass Co., B R. & P. R. R. Co., B. & O. R. R.
Co., Penn'a R. R. Co . etc., of Butler.
Pullman Palace Car Co.. Westinghouse Electrical Mfg. Co., National Tube
Co., Union Steel Co., Jones & Laughlin Steel Co., Germaina National Bank,
Boggs & Buhl, Pittsburg Dry Goods Co.. etc., etc.. Pittsburg
-A WORD TO THE WISE 18 SUFFICIENT."
Nearly 40 positions filled by us during the term just closed. When in Butler
for the fair, stop and see our new rooms and equipment.
Catalogue and circulars mailed on application. MAY ENTER ANY TIME.
Fall term opens Sept. 4, 1905,
A. F. REGAL, Principal, Butler, Pa.
WHISKEY DIRECT FROM THE MAKER V
| M Forst's 7 year old 4 full quarts for $3.00 I
I M Packed in plain, sealed cases, expressage I
H tvj H
■ prepaid to your nearest station. ■
B X Our goods is aged iu the wood, and is pure and mel- H
I m 0 PVi low; better than you haye had from others for the ■
■ nteagM price, or your money back. |H
Wfe&TzSpU Any Bank of Pittsburg or the Editor of this paper
I WC lm w te " you that our word is good, and that we are jS
H KB i i responsible.
Hj We do not humbug you like so many advertising so
H BSrinSJ called "Distillers."
9H&EEM3 By buying from us you get an honest article, made
H from honest, select grain, by honest people. H
H Send for our private price list. B
■ If you will send us the names of 10 good families iu your IB
H vicinity who use Whiskey for medicinal purposes, and to whom we
H may send our price list, we will send yon, with your first order, |H
one quart of Pure Virginia Homemade Blackberry Wine, FREE. BB
I MORRIS FORST & CO., 3
Cor. 2nd Ave. & Smithficld St., Plttgburg, P«. H
Eberle Bros.,
PLUMBKRS
[Estimates given on al! kinds of work.
We make a specialty of
NICKLE-PLATED,
SEAMLESS,
OPEN-WORK.
354 Centre Ave., Butler.'Pa
People's Phone. 630.
Real Kstato Investments,
Hemes, Coal Properties, Mortgages.
FRANK B. TOMB,
1 *O3 Farmers' Building. Pittsburg. Pa.
Correspondence Solicited.
rnn nil D Two second hand electric
rlln NA iTi elevators, also two hand
-1 V/lt JfIIJIJ owor pipv^tor-;
, SEELAK FXEVATOU CO.,
Fountain St. near Seventh ave« 1 1 a
MIDLAKD HOTEL Collins and Broad St.,
Beautifully furnished, hot and cold water in
every roo=, electric light, steam heat, con
Aenlent to all car lines and East Liberty
station. A. B. Cramer, Kanson Mgr.,
Pittsburg. l'a.
Marry A. Msrlirt
STOCKS & Member Pittsburg Stock
BONDS ! Exchange.
ins Times Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
If You Want to Make a Quick f ale 01 Your
Prop: rty or Business Write Us.
We make a specialty of selling hotels,
stores, merchandise, stocks and real estate
of every g( , ArrER co
Fourth Avenue. Pittsburg. I'a.
ESTABLISHED IHB.
JOHN It. BARBOUR JR.
BANKER AND BROKER.
404 Times Building. Pittsburg. Pa.
Member of Pittsburg Stock Exchange.
"KRKR"
TO PROSPECTIVE INVESTORS IN
MINING OR OIL
« Fnll Information on coming 810 PA\ KR>.
Working da* and night:
dends monthly IntoiockeUof luckySttx
holders. Terms and P rtl 1 ,lt *i.| f A
them can now be had for making 810 I RO
FITS. Mention this pacer.
A 1.. WISNEIt & CO.. Branch Office.
21- Fourth Avenue. 1 Ittsbur*. I a.
RECEIVER'S SALE Manufacturing I'lant,
with - cnpalos. four railroad (onrjictlons.
For particulars address IAI I.KNKK &
('IU)SBY. Receivers, Ashtabula. Ohio.
L. C. WICK,
>KAI«KV IN
LUHBER.
John— Why do you lock for a job P
Harry—When vuu attend Souokofl'i Barbel
School, I hen the people will be looking for yo»
to work for tliem—very llltle expense—Send fo<
catalog*e. 1404 I'enn avenue Pittsburgh, Pa
If you want to buy or sell any kind of business sc(
CAVAN*GH CO.. <3 > Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh.
DOCTOR GIXXER, 634 Prnn A vrnnr,
Pittsburgh, cures Piles and Fistulas to stay
cured; also cancer and all chronic diseases and biool
complaint Ixith sexes and all ages. Consultation
strictly private. Call and see the Doctor. Ofttct
Iwurs I rum 9 a. m. to 5 p. uj.
HcSweeoey's Inter State Detective Ageo.y,
440 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Com Detent reliable detectives for secret
work,„and protect property. All communl- .
cations strictly confidential. Call or write
or telegraph.
VISITORS *
BEST DINING ACCOMODATIONS
AT K. .T. IIIHIG'S LADIES' & GENT'S \>
DINING & LUNCH ROOMS.
1!) #2l Park Way, Allegheny City.
Opposite Boggs & Buhl's.
PERKINS UNION DETECTIVE AGENCY, *
XII Fourtli Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Established 1&& licensed and bonded.
Telephones (private exchange) Bell. 18S.T-
I 1684 Court. P. .V; A. s?ti Main; night call. Bell,
Ilazel-8-L. Legitimate detective work In .til
Its brandies, solicited and promptly attend-
ed to by skilled and lawful operatives.
} \
/ 121 E. Jefferson Street. /

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