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■ Kelsey, Crown, Boomer R
I FURNACES. I
I Coal and Slack Heaters, Gas and CoalK
■ Ranges and Gas Stoves. 1904 Washers,!
I Sowing /Machines, Needles for all mal<es ofH
B Sewing Machines. Sewing /Machines repaired.®
I Roofing and Spouting, and House Furnishing Goods. Hf
I Henry Biehl, I
■ 122 N. Main St. Peo. ' l>hone
AT LAST.
Ai\ for the
Write for Catalogue and Prices.
THE EVANS MFG. CO . LTD.,
,< BUTLER, PA.
/ ——
f ■■■ I
FOUND GUILTY.
THE PITTSBtJKGH NOVELTY
SUPPLY COMPANY
Has been found guilty by a Jury of ten
thousand people of selling the best and
I li»u>« hi I Clothes Dryer in the market. Price
SO cents and ti.oo. The finest adjustlble and
extension Shade Hanger only 15 cents. No
bouse Is complete without them. The Safety
Lamp Filler is only to be seen to bo appreci
ated. Can 811 your lamp with finest of white
kid gloves in an Instant without soiling
them. Price ten and fifteen rants. 81 worth
of the finest Toilet Soap for &*_■. 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
prices never before heard of. Any of the
above priced goods sent by mail or express
on receipt of price. Address or call
NOVELTY SUPPLY CO.,
412 Lewis Block. Pittsburg, Pa. Good Agents
wanted.
PAROID
READY
OOFINQ.
PAROID. The Roofing with NO
TAR. Won't dry out. Won't
grow brittle.
ANYONE can apply it. Tins,
Nails and Cement in core oi
each roll.
"D EPRESENTS the results o
years of Experience and Ex
perimenting.
rwNLY requires painting every
fewyears. Not when first
laid.;
T S Cheaper than Gravel, Slate
"*■ or Shingles.
JJEMAND for PAROID is world
'MADE IN 1,2 AND 3 PLY
Other Faevd, Samples and Prices are
ycrars if yon will ask us.
L. C. WICK,
BUTLER. PA.
LOOKING FOR GOOD,
LEGITIMATE OPPORTUNITY
TM Tbls Over Carefully,
Tben 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- .
ditional working capital to properly meet I
rapidly-increasing demand. If you want In
on the ground floor, address at once
THE LITHO-MARBLE CO., Inc,
609 Bessemer Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
PETERSON, HORNING & CO.
Dealers in
Stock, Bonds, Real Estate, Coal. Etc,
Lcfitimate Mining Stocks a Specialty.
Address Room 909 Keystone Bnilding.
320 and 324 Fourth Avenue,
PITTSBURG. PA.
FANS! FANS! FANS!
Ventilating Fans,.elther Electric or belted
or Water Motors or GILS Engines for Hotels
and Restaurants. BRIGGB MACHINERY
CO., 838 Second Avenue. Pittsburg, Pa.
A Letter to Yon.
Pittsburg, l'a., June, i'JOS.
DEAR SIR:—
Owing to our having leased out nearly all
of the space In this building, wo arc forced
make a great sacrifice of everything we
have here, to got It off our hands before July
Ist, and If there is anything in this stock
♦.hatyou can handle or use, you certainly
.never had such an opportunity to get It nt a
Tower price tliau It ever w:is sold before, be
cause we mnst get these goods away from
liere eveu If tliey fall to bring half what
they cost.
!n this col lection of vehicles, you will find
some Brock way'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 (frices, but from now on until the end
of the month, wo will make the figures so
low that anyone who Is in need of a bugsy,
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 see for yourself, or address,
Yours truly.
DUQUESNE VEHICLE CO,,
400-402-404 Duqnesne Way,
PITTSBURG, PA.
4.-PAGI ~OC i ™. RA Hl s l : est o reference
Dept. 40, Washington, D. U.
, S?T BCHOOLB
/J f Engineering. Electricity,
W/[/ yr • Book-keeping Shorthand,
1/ Preparatory Academic.
SCs and Higher Acconntaucj
High Grade Schools.
Elegantly equipped and lighted rooms. Position!
No antiquated methods or men employed. Sure.
Every teacher a college graduate with experience.
Pittsburg, Allegheny, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, and
Mexico City. Send to Plttstrarg for Catalog.
Martin Isnnlnst Crton. LL. D„ President.
Dean's
A safe, certain relV. jt Suppressed
Menstruation. Never kbuwn to fail. Kafe!
Sure! Bpeedy! Satisfaction Guaranteed
or money Refunded. Sent prepaid for
SI.OO per dox. Will send them on trlaj to
Sold in Butler at the Centre Ave.
Pharmacy
Special Offer
To those purchasing photos
of groups or views, Bxlo, al
50c each, to the amount of SIC
I will present free a fine 20x40,
exact reproduction that will
stand washing and not fade
away. No bum work, but s
fine permanent Bromide en
largement, fully guaranteed
This offer is good till Octobei
Ist, 1904.
FISHER,
The Outdoor Artist,
The Butler Dye Works
GIGISSE.
Black Belgian Stallion,
formerly owned by McCand
less 0 West, of Prospect,
will be at the barn of
I. I. CUMBERLAND,
Hooker, Pa., the entire
season.
John—Why do you look for a Job ?
Harry—When you attend Nouokoft'i Karbci
School, then the people will be looking fur yot
to work for tliem—very little expense—Send foi
catalogne. 1408 Penn avenue. Pittsburgh, Pa.
If you want to boy or sell any kind of business so
CAVAHOGH CO.. Fourth Are.. Pittsburgh.
DOCTOR GIITXER, 621 Penn Avrnnr
Pttlabargli, cures Piles aud Fistulas to sta\
cured; also cancer and all chronic diseases and blood
complaint both sexes and all ages. Consultatlot
strictly private. Call and see the Doctor. Offici
hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. nr.
RECEIVER'S SALE Manufacturing Plant
with - cupalos, four railroad connections.
For particulars address FAULKNER &
CROSBY, Receivers, Ashtabula, Ohio.
VETERANS' HOME: line cost (133.000'
room for 100; new; every modern comfort
no petty rules or duties; board #lO a month
in valley of Virginia. For particulars ad
dress 8. S. HAK ER, Ulackstone. Va.
One of the Best Opportunities for Making
Money Ever Offered.
300 acres of land in Armstrong County, Pa
The land is underlaid with coal; has large
deposit of limestone. Iron ore and fire clay
two gas wells that have been doing business
for 15 years. Large brick dwelling, barn and
other outbuildings. The property Is one
mile from Mahoning, aud on the Brookvllle
& Mahoning Railroad, now being built
which will make this property worth double
present price, which Is only £15,000.00. For
terms see J. A. YOUNG & CO.iPenn 4 High
land Aves. Pittsburg.
M. C. WAGNER
ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER
189 South Main St
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 about one half v/hat
you have been paying.
Quality
Guaranteed
As good if not better than
the Trust goods.
ZUVER STUDIO
215 S. Main St. Butler j
M. A. BERKIMER,
Funeral Director,
245 S. MAIN ST.. BUTLER, PA
DR. E. GRHWBR,
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
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, ball rising in the throat, spots
floating before the eyes, loss of memory
unable 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, lear, dreams, melan
choly, tire easy of company, - feeling as
tired in the morning as when retiring,
lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
Confusion of the mind, depression, con
stipation, weakness of the limbs, etc.
Thoso so affected should consult us iin
mediately and be restored to perfect
health.
Lost Manhood Restored-
Weakness of Young Men Cured
and all private diseases.
Dr. E. Grewer's varicocele Ring cures
Varicocele, Hydrocele and Rupture
promptly cored without pain and no
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, Kidneys
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 Five
Thousand Dollars for any case of FITS
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.
in. 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 when in need of
anything in the Drug Line and
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.
218 S Main St. Butler Pa.
See the Sign directly / vjRS®
opposite the
Old Postoffice
Theodore Yogeley,
Real Estate and
Insurance Agency, [C?
23S S. Main St I^l
Butler, Pa. |sj|
If you have property j
to sell, trade, or ren 19
or. want, to buy or
rent call, write or
ohr.no me. w BE
List Mailed Upon Application
Eyes Examined Free of Charge
R. L. KIRKPATRICK,
Jeweler and Graduate Ontician
Next Dcor toCourt House, Butler, 1 a
Private Maternity Hospital.
In a beautiful location. Best or physicians
and nurses In attendance. llome-Uke com
forts. Strictly private and secluded. Adop
tion provided. Kates reasonable. Can stay
as long as you wish. Call or address
MIIS. M. A. HUGHES,
396 California Avenue.
ALLEGHENY, PA.
THE ACME CURTAIN STRETCHER,
'- r ■■* l 1 ■ ■ ... ~, ■> In the past yaar there
-JV v \ have been the usual uum
her of newatreteheraout
-'ilkHv >3 If &\\ pasaedaway, leaving
r/JjlJ/ \<£ * l L>. '.:Z It • greater demand for the
MA L-wfi W' Si ACME- THE CO USER
c_9i l\ VCA YF THLI.S THK
~ U STOHY. Our laat Ad
-1 I tT luatablc Pin la * auooeaa.
Bee them: at your deal
£ QUIiTIif Q FRAUE.
ACHE H'r>« IU, Allecbeny, Pa
"Shit your myott, opmn your mouth
and moo what luoh will bring you."
Many a woman is weak and sick,
nervous and discouraged. Sho suffers j
from headache, backache and other ills. ,
She wants to bo well, but all she d.tes
tis to shut her .
eyes and open !
her mouth for i
medicine and
trust to luck for
results. She
"doctors" month
after month,
often year after
year.inthissame
blind, hap-haz
ard fashion, and
receives no per
manent benefit.
vorite Prescrip
tion with their
eyes open to the
fact that it cures
womanly ills.
It cures irregu
larity. It dries debilitating drains. It
heals inflammation and ulceration and
cures female weakness. There is no
trusting to luck by those who use
"Favorite Prescription."
"In the year IPO3 mr health was poor."
writes Mrs. J. Hack, of 242 Broadwav. Buf
falo. N. Y. " I suffered from falling of womb,
a disagreeable discharge, painful monthly
periods, headache, backache and pains in
Ihe limbs. Every month was confined to lied
for two or three days. Was weak, nervous
and hysterical; life was a burden to myself
and I made every one In the family unhappy
tterause I was so irritable. My husband grot
me four bottles of Dr. Pierce s Favorite Pre
scription, and before I had takon the first
bottle I was feeling some relief. The medi
cine made me well and strong 1 , free from nerv
ousness. aches and pain, and I felt like a new
woman. Before I used the 'Favorite Pre
scription* I had bean taking another physi
cian's medicine for nearly three months, but
had received no )>eneflt. Your medicine is
certainly the best in the world. w
rA man or woman who neglects
constipation suffors from slow poi
soning. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
lets cure constipation. One little
"Pellet " is a gentle laxative, and
two a mild cathartic. Don't let a
selfish seller over-persuade you to
accent a substitute for these Origi
nal Little Liver Pills, first put up
by old Dr. R.Y. Pierce over 40 years
riuch imitated but ne\er equaled.
HUMPHREYS'
Veterinary Specifies cure diseases
of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hogs and
Poultry l>y acting directly on tho SICK tabx"
without loss of time.
A. A. > FEVER*. Con«e.tlon«. Inflaiimip
cures i (ions. Lung Fever, Milk Fever.
B. B. JPPRAIVS. Lamenni, Injuries
CUBES ) Bhrumatiim.
C. THROAT. Quin.y, Kplxootle
cukes j Distemper.
cuiuL! WORMS. Sou, Grub..
E. E. > COI"GHS. Cold., Influenza. Inflarard
cuass j Lano. IMeuro-Pneumonla.
F. F. \ COLIC, Bellyache, Wind-Blown.
CURES S Diarrhea, Dv.entery.
O. G. Prevent! MISCARRIAGE.
g,^|RID.V EY A BLADDER DISORDER 6.
1.1. )SKI\ DISEASES. Mange. Eruption.,
CURES) Cleera. Grea.e, Farcy.
J. K. > BAD CONDITION. Staring Coat.
CURES ) Indigestion, Stomach Stagger..
COc. each; Stable Case. Ten Specifics, Book, *c., #7.
At druggists, or sent prepaid on receipt of price
Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor. William and John
Streets, New York.
t7-BOOK MAILED FREE.
CATARRH
In all its etagrs. M S*- °CofiL JJtAD#
Ely's Cream
clean3€3, soothes and heals M
the diseased membrane.
It cuns catarrh and drivc3 M
away ft cold in the head
quickly.
Cream Balm is placed into the nostrils, sprea4»
over the membrane and is absorbed. Belief ie im
mediate and a cure follows. It Is not drying—doei
not produce sneezing. Large Size, 50 cents at Drug
gltfie or by mail; Trial Size, JO cents.
Kl.i BViOTnritS. sfl Warren Street. New York
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.
$'.2.50 to $5.. We are still sole owners of
GRANDFATHER'S CHOICE
A guaranteed, 3-year old Whiskey—
s2.oo per gallon.
All kinds of High-Class Wines and
Liquors Write for prices. We pay
express charges on all orders of $5.00 or
over; and guarantee secure boxing and
prompt shipments.
ROBT. LEWIN & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS
in WINES AHD LIQUORS,
Ho. U Smithfield St„ PITTSBURG, PA.
•Phones: Bell 2179 P. Ic 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 50-3.00 per gal.
All goods neatly packed and shipped
by express - charges paid—on all orders
of $5.00 and over,
KbeiN & SONS,
Wholesale Liquors,
1318 20 Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pr.
CRAMPS? ~
T&l2>2 aiARiC
DR. HARRIS'
CRAMP CURE,
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I'itt-.buj*, I'ii.
| AlDt-uasiiii 2CJU Bottte I
BAGK-ACHE
an 1 all other symptoms of kidney dis
ease are speedily removed when the
kidneys are made healthy, active and
vigorous by the use of
Or. A. W. Ghase's
Kkiney-Liveir Pills
tilt world's jrreatest kidney and liver
regulator, and the only medicine hav.
ipg a combined Rction on kidneys and
liver. One pill a ilosc ; 25 cents a box.
Write for free sample to The I>r. A. W
Cha .e Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
ItrSKIftEKK OPPORTUNITIES
Farms Bought and Sold.
We can sell your business or farm no
matter where located, l-'or quick salo con
sult us. W. F. WFITEItSUAUSEN.
717 East Oblo Street, Allegheny, I'a.
THE HAY LOADER. • j
One of the Greatest Labor Saving ;
Machines of the Farm.
The picture shows one way in which j
applied horsepower may save hand la- !
lx»r. A Rural New Yorker correspond- |
ent in Illinois tells the story as fol
lows :
In thi-i part of Illinois It is very diffi
cult to get competent lielp to harvest '
the crops, and I consider the hay load- '
cr one of the greatest labor saving >
machines we have on the farm. One ;
man and a boy or girl who can drive a
team can load more hay than three j
men can in the old way. It takes the
hay up cleaner than any rake I ever
saw. In 1003 I had seven loads of
HAT LOADER SAVES ONE MAX.
heavy clover down, and a severe rain
storm came up in the night. The next
morning I started in and went over
the field with a hay tedder three times,
and the hay was ready to draw in. If
it had been raked or bunched it would
have been spoiled. The loader saves
all the heavy lifting, all the raking
after and does not break so many
leaves off clover. I have never used
but one team on it, and It is a very
durable machine, not getting out of re
pair easily, but of course it ought to
be under shelter when not in use. It
will pay for itself within two seasons
on the average farm.
HELPFUL HOGS.
An Invaluable trressory to the I'p to
Date Dairy.
By DAVID G. PAGE, before the Kansas
Dairy association.
Ail over ihls great state many farm
ers are milking large numbers of cows
who ought to cut down their herds
and add a number of hog 3 to their
stock. Many hog breeders ought to
sell off some of their slock and buy
some good milk cows that will be able
to give the full pail every day. The
cream should be sold after separation,
but the skim milk should never ieave
th» farm. It is only by a perfect bal
ance of hogs and cows that dairying
in Kansas will yield its largest returns
and that hog breeding will bring the
greatest amount of cash. Eastern
methods of intensive farming are being
rapidly but surely transplanted to the
fertile prairies of the west, and farm
ers are beginning more and more to
realize tho returns from dairy cows.
Three HORH to One Cow.
With good cows farmers should be
able to keep at least three hogs per
cow, but tills number may be increased
if alfalfa is available to carrying the
pigs over timc3 when lactation is de
creased. Farmers are raising less corn
and wheat and more alfalfa and dairy
cows, but the time is at hand when
the good dairyman must understand
hog rearing and combine it with the
dairying.
Feed Skim Milk, Sweet or Sour.
The advantage of feeding the milk
on the farm is the very great saving
of haulage to and from the skimming
station, and where the whole milk is
sold there is the elimination of middle
men's profits. As to feeding the milk
sweet or sour or feeding buttermilk
from the creamery, one has to be gov
erned purely by local conditions. At
any rate, the thing to do is to get milk,
either sweet skim milk, sour skim milk
or buttermilk. They will all make sat
isfactory returns if fed to hogs.
Early Cultivation.
The most successful corn growers
realize tlie Importance of thorough,
early cultivation, thus preventing any
check In the growth of plants because
of weeds or crusted soli. The farmer
should see that from the time of ger
mination to the maturing of the corn
the plants are not subjected to any
unfavorable conditions, but are given
an opportunity to make a steady, vig
orous growth. If their development Is
checked from any cause they will
never fully recover, no matter how
favorable the after treatment. As a
consequence of heavy rainfall the stalks
may Increase rapidly in height and at
the same time, for lack of cultivation
or of soil fertility or for other reasons,
they may be slender or of poor color.
Thrifty corn plants are thick, strong
and of dark green color.—C. P. Hart
ley.
French Forentry.
In France our forests have, aa every
Inhabitant of our country knows, a
code of laws. It was first used In
1827, and it embodies the regulations
which were enacted by the famous or
dinance of 1860. That ordinance
reaches far back Into the centuries, for
It recognizes jjrescrlptlons which had
been enacted by Charles the Wise In
the fourteenth century. In order to
keep our forests and to supervise them
they have an army of their own, an
army of rangers, foresters and keep
ers, an army of 0,000 men, who are
subject to military discipline, so that
in time of war all tills army is avail
able to the minister of war, but in
ordinary times It Is under the control
of theTnirUster of agriculture for serv
ice In connection with the forests.—
M. Jusserand.
CRAB GRASS.
Expert Advice on FlßhtlnK n Pecnl-
Inrly Stubborn Pe#(.
Assistant Agrostologist Carlton P.
Ball of the United Stales department
of agriculture replies in Country <Jen
tleuian to an inquiry from an Albany
county suburban resident: Crab grass
Is an annual, living from season to
season by means of the seed which It
ripens and drops to the ground among
the grass roots. These seeds no not
germinate until the weather and soil
have become very warm. When the
Infested area Is small anu it Is at all
possible to do so, the largest possible
number of these seedlings should be
pulled up while tney are small. Where
it Is not possible to exterminate tliem
by tliis method they may be kept down
to a large extent by a Judicious use of
the lawn mower. One way in which
this can be done Is by mowing fre
quently and regularly, as one does in
the ordinary practice of lawn manage
ment, thus keeping the flowering heads
cut off as fast as they appear. This
method, however, drives the plant to
the production of small seed heads
close to the ground, usually on short
horizontal branches, which cling closely
to the ground by rooting at the joints,
as previously mentioned. These heads
are too low to be cut by the mower
blades It Is possible, however, when
this stage In the process is reached to
raise them to an erect position by
means of an iron rake skillfully manip
ulated.
finking A lien<l of the Mower.
If the workman holds the rake so
that the teeth just dip into the surface
of the sward, not approaching to the
ground at all, and draws It toward
him with a quick. Jerking motion, he
can draw up these prostrate branches
without uprooting the entire swaru,
which would be disastrous, of course,
a~ single "workman to coffer from one
fourth to one-half acre In a day in tbU
yray, and by following him with a lawn
mower run perfectly at right angles to
the direction In which the rake has
been used nearly all of these stems will
be cut at a single sweep of the mower
It may be necessary wbero the grass is ,
badly to rake and mow In two !
directions.
LIME IN SPRAY MIXTURES.
Variation la Compoiltlon-\ Pound
Sot n Definite Unit.
By L. A. VOORHEES. New Jersey.
Lime Is now quite widely used in j
the preparation of the various remedies ,
for fungus diseases and insect attacks.
In making bordeaux mixture for plant I
diseases and many of the washes rec
ommended for the Pan Jose scale, for j
example, lime is used in varying quan
tities. The object of the use of the
lime in the case of the bordeaux is to
eonvert the sulphate of copper into a
hydrate of copper, while at the same
time rendering the mixture neutral or
alkaline and improving its adhesive
properties. In the case of the washes
lime Is added to serve ns a base for
the sulphur compounds formed as well
as to improve the sticking qualities
of the mixture.
Lime a Variable Produet.
Owing to tho wide variation in the
composition of limes, both in reference
to the actual lime contained in them
and to their form—that is, whether an
oxide, a hydrate or a carbonate —it is
obvious that one pound of lime is not
a delinite unit; hence In the formulas
used for these mixtures the amount
of lime recommended is usually iu ex
cess of that which would be required
to accomplish the purpose If the term
"lime" had reference to a standard
rather than a variable produet.
The Liirnni Paper Test.
It is because of variability of com
position and in order to insure neutral
ity and thus avoid injury to the foliage
or fruit, by the use of an acid mix
ture or even from an excess of lime,
that the recommendations include the
test for neutrality with red litmus
paper. This paper turns blue as soon
as sufficient lime has been added to
make* the mixture alkaline. This test
is sure and should always be used be
fore applying the mixtures, especially
in those liable to contain an acid.
Soluble nn«l Insoluble Hnuioi.
Soluble humus compounds are the
products formed from the decay of the
Insoluble humus. The soluble humus
products are chemically combined with
some mineral matter. The amount of
water soluble humus in soils at any one
time Is small: that lost by leaching and
In drainage water is replaced through
decay of the Insoluble humus, which
gradually decreases In amount unless
fresh supplies of humus forming mate
rials are added to the soil.
GARDEN HINTS
Sow wax beans for a succession.
Weeds are grass feeders and rob the
garden plants of food and moisture.
Cucumbers may still be planted early
in the month of June. *
Stop asparagus cutting, let the shoots
grow and keep the ground stirred.
Transplant beets iu rows one or two
feet apart and six inches in the row.
Cut off most of the top, water thor
oughly, and they will soon start to
grow.
Lettuce seed docs not germinate very
well in hot weather. Therefore in sow
ing for a succession select n cool, moist,
somewhat shaded spot.
Be on the lookout for bugs on the
squashes and keep the ground well
stirred.
For early tomatoes train the plants
to a trellis and pinch off the side
shoots.
Coleus and other tender plants set
out as late as the first of June will
go ahead and excel those that were
planted several weeks earlier.
A Description b» Drron and a Cora
ment on It by Scott.
Byron In the third canto of "Childe
Harold" describes a thunderstorm in
Switzerland which occurred at mid
night on June 13, 1810. lie notices the
awful stillness which precedes it:
All heaven and earth are still, though not
In sleep.
But breathless,
until
From peak to peak, the rattling crags
among,
Leaps the live thunder! Not from one
lone cloud.
But every mountain now hath found a
tongue.
And Jura answers, through her misty
shroud,
Back to tho Joyous Alps, who call to her
aloud!
The description is too long to quote,
and, indeed, too well known, but Sir
Walter Scott's criticism on It may not
be so well known. He says:
"This is one of the most beautiful
passages of the poem. The 'fierce and
far delight' of a thunderstorm Is here
described In verse almost as vivid as
Its lightnings. The live thunder 'leap
ing among the rattling crags,' the voice
of mountains, as if shouting to each
other, the plashing of the big rain, the
gleaming of the wide lake, lighted like
a phosphoric sea, present a picture of
sublime terror, yet of enjoyment, often
attempted, but never so well, certainly
never better, brought out in poetry."—
Notes nnd Queries.
A HOT CHALLENGE.
Colonel Prank Wolford and His First
Kentucky Cavalry.
In the essays by Eugene Newman on
public men and events a good story is
told of Frank Wolford, wbo command
ed the First Kentucky cavalry of the
Union army nnd who later was a rep
resentative In congress from that state.
It was said that the colonel of the
First Kentucky had some novel com
mands that he "firetl" at the boys, such
as "Huddle up, tiiar!" "Scatter out,
tliar!" and "Form a line of tight!" It is
related that when some West Foint
officers were sent out to Investigate
and report on the efficiency of certain
volunteer regiments Wolford's cavalry
fell under their scrutiny, and they crit
icized It very severely. Wolford heard
them patiently and then said:
| "Pee them two riglments over thar?
One Is a Mlchigander and the other an
Ohler squad. You have Just passed
them as all right. Now, I know nothing
about your drills, your evolutions and
your maneuvers. My boys know how
to ride, how to shoot, how to fight and
how to stand fire, and you take them
two rlglments over thar I showed you.
Station them whar you please—on any
ground, In town or country, In field or
In forest—and I will take my rlglment,
and what we don't kill or cripple of
them me and my boys will chase out of
the state of Tennessee before the sun
is in the heavens tomorrow morning."
Type* of Old World Beauty.
It is said that when artists are seek
ing for models the palm for beauty and
symmetry of figure Is given to the girls
of Spain, while tho daughters of rural
Ireland are a good second. The pretty
faces and graceful throats are found
among English maidens. A model for
a perfect arm would be sought for
among Grecian ladles, while a lady of
the Turkish harem would be regarded
ns the possessor of a daintily com
mendable hand. Italians are usually
good in figure and some of the most
beautiful models, perfectly proportion
ed, arc derived from the women of
sunny Italy. Frenchwomen, as a rule,
are not iu request, being too thin and
vivacious for the purpose, whllo the
face and limbs of a German frau are
too commonplace for artistic work.—
London Standard. *
Dangerous Vertigo. ]
Dizziness or Swimming of the Head .
Associated With a Sense of Fullness,
Dull Pain or Nervous Sick Head
ache is a certain Indication of
an Oncoming Apoplexy
or Paralysis.
Dr. A. AY. 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 symtons are not a
j disease in themselves, not temporary
ailments. bnt the plainest sort of warn
ings from nature of grave troubles of
deeper origin, of an exhausted nervous
system or an oncoming apoplexy, epi
lepsy or paralyses, 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 jnst
what the ill fed, half starved nervous
system needs, good. rich, wholesome
blood and nerve force or energy.
Mr. E. Smith, of No. 1 L'nion Street,
Troy, N. Y.. says:
"I used to suffer constantly from
r.ervons headache and dizzy spells.
They came on at any time and in any
place —I was never safe from them —
stooping over always resulted in vertigo
my head pained me as well. I got 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 6onnd as a
dollar again in every particular and
very glad to recommend it to any one
in a similar '.ondition as a safe and cer
tain cure." 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
Redick and Grohman, druggists, 109 N.
Main St. Bntler, Pa.
PROFESSIONAL CARUS.
PHYSICIANS,
DR. L. R. HAZLETT.
100 W. Diamond St.. liutler.
North side of Court House.
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat work, a
specialty.
T C. BOYLE, M. D.
V • EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT,
SPECIALIST.
121 East Cunningham Street.
Office Hours, 11 to 12 a. m., 3 to 5 and
7 to 9 p. m.
BOTH TELEPHONES. \
(A M. ZIMMERMAN
J I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At 327 N. Main St.
CAMUELM. BIPPUS,
KJ PHYSICIAN AND SDRGEON
aoo West Cunningham St.
OSTEOPATHY.
DR. JULIA E. FOSTER,
OSTEOPATH.
Consultation and examination free.
Office hours —9 to 12 A. M., 2 to
M., daily except Sunday. Evening
appointment.
Office—Stein Block, Rooms 9-10, But
ler, Pa. People's Phone 478.
CLARA E. MORROW, D. 0.,
GRADUATE BOSTON COLLEGE OF
OSTEOPATHY.
Women's diseases a specialty. Con
sultatian and examination free.
Office Hours, 9to 12 m., 2 to 3 p. m*
People's Phone 573.
1/6 S. Main street, Butler, Pa
i 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
1 a specialty. Expert painless extractor
uf teeth by his new method, no medi
cine used or jabbing a needle into the
gums; also gas and ether used. Com
munications by mail receive prompt at
t tention.
T\RJ J. WILBERT McK.EE,
U SURGEON DENTIST,
I Office over Leighner's Jewelry store,
Butler, Pa
Peoples Telephone 505.
A specialty made of gold fillings, gold
1 crown and bridge work.
W J. HIADuAN,
« DENTIST.
127* South Main street, (ov Metzer'e
shoe store.)
DR. H. A. MCCANDLESS,
DENTIST.
Office in Butler County National Bank
Building, 2nd floor.
DR. M. D. KOTTRABA,
Successor to Dr. Johnston,
DENTISIB
Office at No 114 E. Jeflerson St., over
G. W. Miller's xrocerv
ATTORNEYS.
RP. SCOTT,
• ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Office in Builer County Natiorfll
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 Nationul
Bank buiidinK
JOHN W. COULTER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
on Diamond, Butler, Pa.
Special attention given to collections
and business matters.
T D. MCJUNKIN,
O• ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office in Reiber building, cornet Main
and E. Cunningham Sts, Entrance on
Main street.
JB. BREDIN,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Main St. near Court Hon*
BH. GOUCHER,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office lu : Wise building.
EH. NEGLF.Y
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in the Negley Building,' West
Diamond. £
WC. FINDLEY,
• ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND
PENSION ATTORNEY.
Office on South side of Diamond,
Butler, Pa.
M' CELLANEOUS.
BF. HILLIARD,
• GENERAL SURVEYING.
Mines and Land. County Surveyor.
R. F D. 48. West Sunbury, Pa.
p F. L. McQUISTION,
V. Civil, ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR*
Office near Court House.
LP. WALKER,
• NOTARY PUBLIC,
TUI,
Office with Berkmer, next d r to'P. O
T-Rails, Beams, Machinery In stock. Ralls
cut to lengths. Oash ptilu lor scrap-iron and
metals. HOMER BOWKS, River Avenue.
Allegheny, Pa. End of Sixth Street Bridge.
THK LARGEST IN THE COUNTY.
| THE
| Butler County National Bank.
I i j '■
| A good, STRONG HOME BANK FOR THE PEOPLE of I
Buler Couny to do business wlh.
I (Capital # 300,000.00 1
Strength surplus 300,000.00 h
(Assets 2,706,342.30 i!
i \ 1
We invite YOUR business—assuring you PROMPT,
COURTEOUS and LIBERAL service. |
I "The big Bank on the corner by the Court House" |
CONSERVATIVE BANKING
EOur depositor* are the snbstantial, far seeing
citizen? Many a fortune bas been accumulated
under our careful keeping The safe conservative
policy of this institution is known throughout this
section, and the wise young man appoints us as the
custodian of his capital.
We pay 3 percent, interest on savin* accounts.
This is the highest rate consistent with absolute
If you are not one of our depositors—if you are
not gradually accumulating a reserve fund—you
should turn over a new leaf and join the ranks of
the far sighted.
We accept deposits as low as one dollar and will
*, be glad to include you among those who have-placed
their foot on the ladder of prosperity.
Your pass book is ready. It takes but a few
minutes to enter your name.
J BUTLER SAVINGS& TRUST CO.
ESTABLISHED 1900-
THE
Farmers' National Bank,
BUTLEK, PA.
CAPITAL ----- $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS (earned) - $47,000.00
DIVIDENDS PAID ----- $6,000.00
None Stronger in the Cour\ty.
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
Farmers' National Bank, Butler Savings & Trust Co., John Berg & Co., Standard
Steel Car Co., Standard Plate Glass Co., B. R. & P. R. A. 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., Gertnaina National Bank,
Boggs & Buhl, Pittsburg Dry Goods Co., etc., etc.. Pittsburg
• A WORD TO THE WISE IS 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.
DIRECT FROM THE MAKER V
I K Forst's 7 year old 4 full quarts for $3.00 ■
I H Packed in plain, sealed cases, expressage H
I H prepaid to your nearest station. B
B X \ Our goods is aged in the wood, and is pura and mel- H
H ill. P u low. better than you haye had froD} others for the B
B HRSSMB price, or your money back.
H KBSBSBW Any Bank of Pittsburg or the Editor of this paper
I MZZM w *" you that our word is good, and that we are S
■ frjjji'3! responsible. H
H We do not humbug you like so many advertising so H
■ ■■ called "Distillers." 9
■ By buying froin us you get an honest article, made H
■ from honest, select grain, by honest people. H
H Send for our private price list. H
■ If yon will send us the names of 10 good families in your H
K vicinity who use Whiskey for medicinal purposes, and to whom we H
H may send our price list, we will send you, with your first order,
H one quart of Pure Virginia Homemade Blackberry Wine, FREE.
I MORRIS FORST & CO., I
■ Cor. 2nd Ave. & SmUhfleld St., Pittsburg, P«. [[
Bros^j
5 PLUMBKRS \
p Estimates given on al! kinds of work. r
3 We make a specialty of /
I NICKLE-PLATEP, C
C , SEAMLESS, /
I OPEN-WORK. /
/ 354 Centre Ave., Butler,' Pa C
S People's Phone. 630. C
Real I'M ato Investments,
Homes, Coal Properties, Mortgages.
FRANK B. TOMB,
»03 Farmers' Building, Pittsburg. Pa.
Correspondence Solicited.
Marry A. M«riir\
STOCKS & I Member Pittsburg Stock
BONDS. Exchange.
2U2 Times llulldlng, Pittsburg, I'a.
It YOn Want to Make a Quick Sale ol Your
Property or Business Write Us.
We make a specialty of soiling hotels,
stores, merchandise, stocks and real estate
of every description. mUS
If. A. SHAFFER CO..
430 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
ESTABLISHED IWG.
tJOUX It. BABBOCIt JK.
RANKER AND BROKER,
4(4 Times Huildlng. Pittsburg, I'a.
3 Member of Pittsburg Stock Exchange.
Where to Dine When is PitlsMig
PUP ri I IT II Entrance 442 Hasten Way
I. Jill* vIJUO World's largest Katbskeiiei
everything to nt from a sandwich to a banquet,
rabies screened off for private parties. Huslnes:
oen's lunch, 11.30 to 2p. m., 36c. 11l Dlsmouf
treet, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ITam-mnl'si OERMAN RESTAURANT^
11(1111 nil 1 S Everything to eat anil drink
wrved in German style. Imported light and dmr« I
leer on draught. 142 Diamond street, Pittsburgh
Millers Restaurant field street, j
Pittsburgh, Pa. j
nTTH AVENUE opp. Grand Opera Honto, I
Bath on Each Floor Free to Cuetts, Absolute!'
Ireproof. Steam Heat and Telephone In Ever]
loom. European Plan.
Where to Dime In AllrKlirn^,
Sauers Tavern Slitterlvl™
>po(, Allrghrtt)-, Pa.
INVKHTSMEXTS-For people of moderat>
neans pays from 10 to 10 per cent. Call or writ'
or prospectus.
CKXKIt AT, BI'II.DIXO COMPACT, i
604 Bessemer Kn'ldlng,
WASTED—Blight >oung man lolienmrac !
Irely connected In a DsMns Agency, f oo re !
aired to IWCUUM equal ownership. Business wel I
stabllsbed splendid opportunity.
(OS Keystone B« tiding, Pittsburgh, Fa I
McSweeney's later State Detective A(eary,
i, 440 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Competent reliable detectives for secret
work, aud protect property. All communi
cations strictly confidential. Call or write
or telegraph.
L VISITORS
i BEST DINING ACCOMODATIONS
AT K. J. IHBIO'S LADIES' & GENT'S
DINING & LUNCH ROOMS.
' r 19 *2l Park Way, Allegheny City.
Opposite Boggs & Buhl's.
: PERKINS UNION DETECTIVE AGENCY,
511 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Established 1883. licensed and bonded.
Telephones (private exchange) Bell. 1883-
16M Court. P. & A. 576 Main: night call. Bell.
Ha*el-S-L. Legitimate detective work In all
Its branches, solicited and promptly attend
ed to by skilled and lawful operatives.
iC. F. T. Pape,|
IJEWELERSI
/ 121 E. Jefferson Street /
J-l
L. C. WICK,
3BALHV I>
LUHBER.

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