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Comforts in Footwear
Scarcely a home in Butler county that hasn't some need of a pair of shoes for
The Store, The Street, The Laboring Man
The Farmer, The Mechanic, The Parson,
Summer Vacation, The New Woman
We have cut prices on all summer shoes and oxfords in order to clean
up ready for fell goods. We want the room and must have it. The
prices we will name you on these goods will induce you to help us ac
complish our object.
One lot Ladies' Tan Shoes at 95c value Si 50 and « 00
One lot Ladies' Black and Russet Oxfords at 50c value >5 an 1 1
One lot Ladies' Button Boots, pat tip ■••••at 75c value 1 00 an 5
One lot Ladies' Button Boots, fine at fi 50, $2 \alu 3
One lot Ladies' Lace Shoes at 75c value 1 00 and I 25
Men's and Boys' Bicycle Shoes Reduced,
One lot Men's Russet Shoes at *1 15 value ft 75
One lot Boys' Russet Shoes at 90.; value 125
One lot Youths' russet Shoes at 75 value 115
One lot Misses' Russet Shoes at 75 value 5
One lot Russet Shoes at 50 value
One lot Children's Fine Shoes, sizes Bto 11 at 30 \a ue 125
One lot Children's Fine Shoes, sizes 6to 8 at 50 value , 3
Bicycle Leggins at half price
This is a bona fide mark-down —no "FAKE" sale —fair dealing with
every man, woman or child. Come in and look these bargains over.
BiUrt Leading 1) p IIITCCI TAW "M'
Sitoe House ® "vJCL 11/1* Hotel Loiry.
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■ * D A HECK & SON. *
CHAMPION CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.
We are offering this Spring the finest line of Men's, Boy's and
Children's suits ever offered in plaids, cheviots and worsted suits ever
seen, at prices that will surprise you, our all-wool suits at $4 70 are
as good quality as any one can ofiler you at $6.00, our all-wool suits
at $4 90 equal to any SB.OO suit offered on the market, children's
knee pants from 15c to sl, fine all worsted suits, tailor made, from
$6 .OO to $15.00, our 35c knee pants equal to any 50c pants, overalls,
jackets and jumpers, our King overall, equal to anything for 75c.
Sweet, Orr & Co'. § Best Overalls only 65 cents.
Shirts from 20c to SI.OO, neckwear, ties, collars, cuffs, handker
chiefs, socks and stockings from 5c up. Trunks valises, telescopes,
watches, chains, charms, rings, pins, studs, waist sets, collars and
cuft buttons, all the latest styles, summer clothing just the thing for
hot weather in crash, linen, serge, flannels and alpacca. Hats all the
latest styles in stiff, solt and straws —50 styles of straw hats to select
from. Underwear, Hosiery, suspenders to suit the taste of the most
fastidious. Umbrellas, brushes, combs, garters, pocket and bill
books, purses, pencils, knives, harmonicons. Children's wash suits,
our 49c suits equal to any 75c suit in the market, finest crash suits
only $1.25 sold everywhere at $2.00. We guarantee best goods for
least money —and ask comparison in quality and price, you ought
to see our line of shirts we control the Semper Idem, the best shirt
in the world. Examine our stock, compare quality and match them
if you can. Thanking our many friends for their very liberal patron
age and hoping to merit a continuance of the same we remain"
D. A. HECK & SON.
121 V. MAIN ST. BUTLER, PA
MADE TO ORDER.
Bargains in all Lines.
You'll Be Surprised And Financially
Benefitted By Attending Our
r Grand Clearance Sale.
A riDIVI? T\T CIJAT7C—Down and into the region of bargains is this
A lilll VIJ 111 uilVJuU—sale of Summer goods—we have a great
many Tan Shoes and Oxfords—Slippers in several different styles—Fine Vici Kid
Shoes in gents sizes and many different styles of fine dongola shoes in Ladies
Minim ana Childrens sizes which are all included in this great reduction sale we
wish to cloae out the balance of our summer stock and it will pay you to attend this
great reduction sale—Down they go—Stock must be sold even if we have to make a
sacrifice on the goods.
A FEW OF OUR PRICES.
Ladie's Slippers yx, 75c, and 95c
Ladie's Fine Dongola Oxfords 75 c » and
Ladie's Fine Tan Oxfords 75 c » 9°^ and Sr.oo
Ladie's Fine Dongola Shoes 9°°- t l - 00 * i,2 5
Ladie's Fine Tan or Ox Blood Shoes at *<3s
Ladie's Waterproof Shoes at 95 c . fi-oo and
Misses' Fine Dongola Shoes, lace or button "O®
Misses' Fine Russett Shoes, lace or button ...Hoc
Men's Fine Bufl Shoes at f
Men's Fine Tan Shoes at
Boy's Fine Tan Shoes at 1.00
Youth's Fine Tan Shoes at 75 c
Children's Grain Shoes at Soc
A large stock of Men's and Boy's Brogans and Army Shoes to be closed out very
cheap—Balance of our Bicycle Shoes, Lawn Tennis Shoes and
Slippers go at half price.
See our Bargain Counters crowded with interesting bargains.
For The Latest Style in Fine Footwear, Call And See Us.
128 S. MAIN St. BUTLER, FA.
Semi-Annual Clearance Sale
It will pay you to come miles to attend this Clearance Sale. Our limited space
will permit us to give very few of the wonderful bargains to I>e found
on our counters during luly and August.
CORSETS: Odd sizes in 50c, 75c, and #I.OO, quality at 39c.
HATS: 50c, 75c, and SI.OO hats at 9c
t Knjuisite line cf children's hats at 9c. Children's Leghorn Flat* nt 19c.
Children's Fine Milan hats at 19c Ladies' Hatr that were $1.50 and $2 at 19c
TP IU \f UIl II 4 T^ • Regardless ot former price we will sell any
1 111 Ji i'l IL 1' 11 i\ Il} • trimmed hat in the store at 69c and 89c.
CHILDREN'S MULL CAPS:
$1 and f1.25 caps at .19c.
108 S. Main St., one door South
of Hatler Savings Bank.
SEANOR NACES -
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
REAR OF WICK HOUSE,
Tli« bent of horxea hnd firxt clat * rigs
alrays on hand and for hiro.
Bent accomodation! in town for perma
nent hoarding and transient trade. Speci
al care guaranteed.
Stable room lor sixty fire home*.
A good clans of hornet*, both drive™ and
dralt horse* always on band and for Hale
onder a foil gnarantee; and horses bought
ipon proper notification by
SEANOR & NACK,
Telephone, No 218.
AGENTS —Big money-Red hot sel
ler. The Arctic Refrigerating Machine
—Wanted an agent for Butler County
also all counties in Pennsylvania—Write
at once to O. N. PROPER, Mars Pa.
L. C. WICK,
Rough t Worked Lumber
OK AI.L KINDS.
Doors, Sash, Winds, Mouldings,
Shingles and Lath
Always in Stock.
LIMB, HAIR AND PLASTER
Office opposite P. & W. JJepot.
Was there ever a women in the wide world
who did not yearn to be the mother of a
bright faced, happy, healthy, laughing, rol
licking child? If there ever was sueh a
woman, she was a bad cme, and while there
are many thoroughly bad men, there are
very few thorsughly bad women.
It was God's and Nature's intention that
every woman should be the mother of
healthy ckildren Tens of thousands of
women defeat this beneficent design by
their ignorance and neglect. Thty suffer
from weakness and disease in a womanly
way, and take no measures, or the wrong
measures, to remedy it. Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription is a sure, speedy and
permanent cure for all disorders of this
description. It acts directly and only on
the delicate and important organs that are
the threshold of human life. It makes
them strong, healthy, vigorous and virile.
It heals ulceration, allays inflammation,
soothes pain and tones and builds up the
nerves. It banishes the trials of the period
of impending maternity and makes baby's
entry to the world easy and almost pain
less.' It does away with the dangers of
motherhood and shortens the period of
weakness and lassitude. It insures the
little newcomer's health and a bountiful
supply of nourishment. It transforms
weak, sickly, nervous invalids into happy,
healthy wives and mothers. Thousands of
women have testified to its. marvelous mer
its. A dealer is not a physician, and has no
right to suggest a substitute for the prescrip
tion of an eminent specialist like I)r Pierce
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser sent for si one-cent stamps to cover
mailing only. Cloth binding 31 stamps.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N*. Y.
500 PAGE BOOK MAILED FREE.
Part I.—Diseases of Houses.
Part ll.—Diseases of Cattle.
Part lll.—Diseases of Sheep.
Part IV. —Diseases of Hogs.
Part V.—Diseases of Dogs.
Part VI.- Diseases of Poultry.
Same book in better binding BO ct».
JK'HPIIREVh'XED. CO., Cor. WIIIUm A Joka Hu., Smt York
and Prostration from Over
work or other causes.
Humphreys' Homeopathic Specific
No. 28, in use over AO years, th« only
$1 per rial,or 5 rials and 1 arte vial powder,for $3
flol4 by I>ru*Ki«ta, or a«nt on receipt of ortc«.
mar nut. Tv a *i>. Co., c«r. vwua * Jokasi*., sow v«h
LOCAL 1 DISEASE
and it the result of colds and ■/W, qurjCOlDO
tudden climatic changes. 'nr<j?l
Kor your Protection f HwrEVtR Sl)* M
we j»««itively slate that this
remedy does not contain
mercury or any other injur- * KB
Ely's Cream BalmP^sS
is acknowledged to be the moat thoronph cure for
Xm&l Catarrh, Coid in Head and Hay Fever of all
remedies. It open* and clcanecn the naaal
aJlaje pain ana inflammation, heals the pro
tects tne membrane from cold*, restores the serines
of taste and am*ll. Price 60c. at DraggloU or by mail.
ELY BKOTHEKa, M Warren .street, New" York.
An unfailing cure for Di ieasei of the
I)ir. Nervous an:! Generative
SysK .: A Tonic of raro < Ificacy for
the ()' '• • ' ' young and of marked ser
vice for Students. Teachers, and all
who ar« cngageu in Brain work of
Depression, Tlnd Feelings,
Heriousness, Inscnlar Weakness,
Loss of Appetite, Palpitation of Heart,
Merve Weakness, General Discomfort,
and that r.lmost innumerable series ol
diseases and complications resulting
from any <'.crarigement of the Nervou*
system. Invaluable for weak women
and nervous children.
Steady ITerven, * Dr. Coz's
Braced System, I!,s jjjj ED Cocelin
Sound Kest, usiio Nervo
Good Work, ♦ Tonic.
CONTAINS NO OPIATES ON DANGEROUS DRUQT
TO MARE A HABIT.
50 Cents per Bottle;
If three bottli be ordered at onetime, a ropy oJ
Oriole Cook Book will be included free.
AT DRUCOISTS AND DEALERS
OR DIRECT Of US ON RECEIPT OF PRICE
Winkclmann & Brown Drug Co.
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WOMAN'S ( 01.l M\
A young honsekeeder, undertaking
the straightening of a new tablecloth
l>efore hemming by drawing a thread,
was startled to find that the line took off
apparently a good quarter of a yard of
her cloth. Distressed, she took it back
to the shop where it was purchased,
thinking it was a defective weave.
There she was told that the cloth should
have been shrunk before the attempt
was made to pull the thread. It may
be added that the firm was generous
enough to replace the cloth that she
might not suffer from her own ignor
A Paragraph in the housekeeping col
umn of one of onr periodicals for wo
men makes a grave assertion, to the ef
feet that 'that gray look' on tableware
is due to insufficient washing and adds
ihat "the last rinsing water should l»e
almost clean." "Almost!" and "that
gray look !" Yet a woman who regards
dirty dishes as a possibility—yes, a prob
ability—and who does not expect them
to lie throughly cleansed, assumes to
teach other women to keep house!
—A freshly made ink stain can be
easily and quickly removed from white
cloth, table or other linen, by being
treated with liorax and lemon juice.
A saucer should be put under the cloth
and powdered borax sprinkled over the
stain, moistening afterwards with lemon
juice. This should be repeated three
times within the hour if the spot is a
large one, then the cloth washed in very
hot water in which a little liorax has
been dissolved. After a brisk rubbing
the stain should have entirely disap
It is possible nowadays for the ama
tenr milliner to give to her creations a
decidedly smart effect. In almost any
store where ribbons are sold, big, styl
ish rosette bows will be tied for the ask
ing, and these, in the case of child
ren's hats, with one of the pretty, grace
fully made wreaths or sprays, are all
the trimming that is needed. Hats of
almost any sort can be bought with the
edges finished, either bound or corded
or edged with a double edge of braid,
which is itself a finish, and as the lin
ing also are to be had made, and some
times with the shir string run in, it is
the simplest of work to prepare a hat
for its trimming. Pompons and feath
ers are easily adjusted, and the jetted
and steeled and jeweled mercury wings
that are still so fashionable in one guise
or another go on smartly almost in spite
of one. The suggestion of a milliner
teacher to her class is that in puttingon
tri mining the materials should be sewed
through as little as possible, useing in
stead the over and over stitch, which is
much more secure and less injurious
to bows or flowers or ornaments of any
sort. The further hint of a French
milliner is that the true artist in hats or
bonnets never puts a bow wlieo it is
not seemingly of use to hold out a
feather or to tie in the brim or a flower,
or in some way apparently be of service.
The one thing the amateur milliner
should not attempt unless she has the
peculiar nack for it, which it needs, is
the making of a bow. With this aid
secured, however, as it is very easy now
days, she may approach the rest of her
task with confidence.
The French excel in fruit soups. "At
a din ner in the Faubourg St. Germain
the other day," writes a woman now in
Paris, "the first course was cherry soup:
it was so delicious that 1 ventured to
make an inquiry about it. only to meet
with a polite disinclination on the part
of my hostess to go into details. It was
evidently one of the carefully guarded
Faubourg recipes not to lie passed on to
a stranger." < )range soup is not uncom
inon in this country, and is made with
clear orange juice sweetened and
brought to the, scalding point before
being slightly thickened with arrowroot
in the proportion of a tablespoonftill to
a pint of juice. As soon as arrowroot
has been stirred in throughly, the mix
tnre istiken from the fire and a table
spoonfqll of maraschino is added.
Cool the soup before serviijg it in punch
glasses, a little crushed ice in each.
The riot to which flowered effects in
shirt Waists have run is beginning thus
early to show the inevitable reaction.
Flowered gauzes, batiste, or-randio-i,
lawns, cambrics and linens even, have
been fashioned into the popular so call
ed shirt waist, with only the back yoke
and stiff collar and cuffs now to merit
the title, until, like the braided gowns,
they have became a weariness For
midsummer wear the small striped and
checked designs are being called for and
are lx-ing offered at the high class
shops. The popular all over effects too
of foulards, these that look like a Wah id
oscope broken loose, are showing a com
ing wane in favor by their omnipresence
at the moment. They are piled on
every silk counter in great confusion
and at a very low price, and are appear
ing on tho streets with such frequency
as fo indicate early satiety. The wise
shopper particularly she who must buy
for permanence and who can't afford to
discard tho garment because it has In
come tiresoinely common, will hesitate
before including this design in her early
summer buying, either in silk of lawn.
Eton jackets of black are boing much
used over light shirt waists of every
description. The stock and belt are
usually black as well.
lie ( arcf'iii! lie Careful!
In the use of Brandy during season of
bowel complaint Nothing is so useful
to assist in checking cholera morbus or
cholera infantum when ordered by your
physician as Pure IJiandy made only
from <1 rape. But how and where to
get pure is the question. If it is not
pure from grape it is poison and will
help kill the patient. The Old Climax
Brandy distilled from drapes by Mr
Speer is absolutely pure. Be sure and
see that the Bottle has th« cap stamped
with Speer,. X. J. Wine Co. (let it of
your - druggist, take no other. I'rice
$1.50 a bottle qt. $1 pints.
"Alas, 1 a,n r.'ilncpd to the lowest ex
tremities," said the salesguntleinan,
who had been transferred from the
glove counter to the shoe department.
To resist the debility caused hy
warm weather purify yonr blood by
taking Hood's SarsapariUa.
She Yon never see a women using
her religion for a cloak.
lie No; religion is to cheap and
KKKI',I Cure t* in the home. It is an
instant relief in case of sudden pain
cliolcrm-Morbus, Croup, Sprains, Bruises,
toothache &c—Ask your Druggist.
Many a costly complexion has been
puned by the recent rains.
TUB remedies put up by the I Cure U
Co., L't'd., No., 106 Centre Ave., arc
fust class, and give excellent satisfaction.
Sold by every Druggist in Butler Coun
A better illustration of the fact that
"honesty is the l>est policy" could beaf
fonled than the fact that United States
bonds, drawing three or fonr per cent,
are at a premium. The nation ha.s es
tablished its credit by strict honesty.
No mean advantage has ever l>een tak
en of the Nation's creditors, even when
a technicality gave the opportunity.
There has always been short-sighted
and dishonest people who howled about
the bond-holders, anil talked as though
the Government should pay them off in
greenbacks or depreciated silver. The
Government by such a course might
make a temporary gain of a few mil
lions. But what would it lose in credit ?
A State cannot afford to be cidionoi;
able. It had better ath ousand times
permit itself to be robbed than to rob
anybody. What has made the credit
of the United States so good that every
capitalist in the world is willing to loan
it money at a very small percentageV
Honesty and faithfulness to its obliga
tions. And it is the same with indivi
duals. No man can afford to take a
technical advantage of another. The
United States has always acted honora
bly with its creditots. notwithstanding
the clamor of fanatics, and we trust it
will always have the manhood to do
How to Treat Sunstroke.
In the hot days of summer, with the
thermometer ninety in the shade and
the humidity over eighty, sunstroke be
comes frequent. Headache, dizziness
and nausea generallyprecede the attack,
which sometimes comes on with light
ning rapidity, and the person falls un
conscious in.his tracks, with a hot, dry
skin and a flushed face. One need not
be told that a condition like this is of
serious import. Immediate means
must be taken to lower the bodily tem
perature, and cold water is at all times
and all places the best means. Cloth
ing should be partially removed and the
patient carried under a pump or placed
in a spring or stream, and when this is
not available he should be wrapped in a
sheet which has been cooled with water
his temperature should be kept low by
some means as this until medical aid is
Noali After the Flood.
The first fruit planted by Noah when
he left the ark was the grape, the most
healthy of all the products of the earth.
All through th« Bible we read of grapes
and wine from grapes being recom
mended as the first remedy for the ills
of life: but it is pare juice wine, not
watered and sugared juice that the
Bible speaks of.
Sugared wines are highly alcoholic
and starchy: the sugar making excess
of alcohol and other products not be
longing to a healthful wine.
Speer of N. J., the oldest wine grow
er in the United States, has studiously
avoided water and sugar or any foreign
substance whatever, but has his wine
fully matured hy great age and careful
lion M:t Was IlaiiOicMppcd.
~Want to ride a bicycle, do yon';"
snapped the old man. "Your mother
never went whizzing about on the
streets on a wheel."
"Yes," retorted the dutiful (laugh
ter, "that is just what ma told me.
She says that, maybe if she had she
wonld have caught a better looking
HOOD'S cure Liver IMS, »lil
iousnoss, Indigestion, Headache.
Easy to take, oasy to operate. 25c.
< >h, take a day off when you can
IJont wait to cross mountain and seas
There's a holiday fit for a man
Wherever there's sky and a breeze.
Just now physicians don't know
whether to prescribe an ocean voyage
or a bicycle trip.
A purposeless life leaves its mark on
the disposition, and the disposition is
reflected iu the face.
HKADACIIK I'owders If you use any
use a good one. Ask your Druggist for
Aimstrong's (I Cure U) Headache I'ow
When one commences to poll out
gray hairs their occupation is cut out
for them for years to come.
To flatter people adroitly one must
know three things what they are,
what they think they are. and what
they want people t'j think they are.
ARMSTRONG'S Little System Bills
Eire fine. A true Liver 1'il!.— 25c.
"Women," says the Philosopher,
"generally rave over MI actress because
of the clothes she wears, and the men
because of the clothes she doesn't
Clarence Shinn, of Lake wood, N. J.,
was the instructor of Mrs B. M. Scott,
in bicycle riding. He let her fall, and
she has brought suit against Shinn for
Fore morn than a hnndred years the
Hhakere have been Htudying the re
medial properties of plants. They have
made many discoveries, ]>lll their jsreat
est achievement watt made last year. It
is >i cordial that contains already <li
Kcated food and in a digester of food.
It in effective in removing distress after
eating, and creates an appetite for more
fooil so that eating Itecomes a pleasure.
Pale, thin people become plump and
healthy under its use. It arrests the
wasting of consumption.
There never has been such a step for
\rard in the cure of indigestion as the
Shaker Cordial. Your drnggiMt will be
glad to K've V (,l> a little book descrip
five of the product.
(iive the babies LAXOI,, which is
Castor Oil made as palatable as honey.
(Jrecn peaches are Intoming the Jama
ica ginger trade.
RllhUMATlfiM I'l'RKp llf A DA>\
'Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in i to 3 davs.
Its action upon the systwtn is remarkable
and mysterious. It removes at once the
causes and the disease immediately dis
apf ears. The first dose greatly benefits;
75 cents. Sold by J. C. Redic, and J. !•'.
Halph Druggists Butler Aprijft
You never hear us complain of busi
ness being bad we aim and succeed in
making it good, by fair and square treat
ment of all our customers.
M8t?O FAII! DKAI.INCS
& TO EVERYONE
yIf we say to you our liquors arc six
ears old, we won't ask you to take oar
word for it but put them *0 the list,
you and your friends to be the judge.
Pure liquor* arc healthful.
(iuarantccd purc7> year old Whiskey cither
tiuckcnhcimcr, Finch, Oibnon,
Overholt, Large Ml. Vernon,
f 1 per full quart or 6 quarts for $5,
Grandfather's Choice Whiskey, nuar
anteed 3 years old, 92 jier gallon.
On C. O. I), or mail orders of $lO or
over, we prepay all charges.
ROBERT LEWIN & CO,,
Importers and Wholesalers,
411 Wa'er St. Oppoglie 11. & 0. Depot
Telephone, 2179 Pittsburg, I'H.
Is only a few weeks distant, and of course everybody is
What About That Old Buggy and harness of jours, are you
going in it or don't you want a new one and go in style?
Now Is The Time To Get Ready. VVe have a large stock and
prices are less than you can imagine.
Probably Your Buggy Needs a New Top, we hace them, 01
maybe a new set of wheels, don't get your old ones re
paired, a new set wont cost you any more. The}" ar<_
Then You Know Your Harness Are Old And Unsafe,
them in and have them overhauled or get a new set, wt
have all kinds and makes, and repair all kinds, and make
all parts of harness and have them ready to sell, so you
need not wait—or probably your family is too large for a
buggy a "d some must stay at home
Then Get a Surry Or Spring Wagon and all go comfortably
together. We have all these things call anil see them.
S. B. Martincourt & Co
-128 East Jefferson street, Duller, Pa.
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
18 THE PROPER THING FOP- HOUSE-CLEANING.
Wheeler & Wilson
Rotary Motion 8. Ball Bearings
Easy Running, Quiet, Rapid and
for family aT;cl factory use, for all
grades of C!otli aild Leather.
Speed and l>ur«blity.
Factory aad Bead Office,
Bridgeport, Connecticut, 11. S. A.
FOR SALE BY
Hardware, Stoves, Sewing
Machines, Needles for all
kinds of sewing machines,
Boss Washing Machines,
N. MAIN ST.
N. B.—Second-hand Sewing
Machines from $5.00 up.
Sewing machines repaired.
TIN WARE AND ROOFING
Carpet Cleaning Time
Is here. Telephone or write to
W. B. McGeary, West End, who
has the best of machinery and
does the best work. Carpels
called for and delivered.
Carpets shipped from a dis
tance will be promptly cleaned
W. B. McGEARY.
People's Telephone 41.
C. & D.
A LOVER OF GOOD HATS
■ / K> (
Can surely fill I Ins every desire satisfied
jn our Spring 1897 stock, which con
tains all the »liapeß, colors and qualities
most admired by connoisseurs We have
no fancy prices, but merely value for
Furnishing Goods in the sume manner,
buying the best and selling as I<>W as
nit'iy charge for iufctior noods. We are
always glad to show visitors our goods.
Call And See Us.
i.\2 S. M\IN ST RiTMiu, PA
WANTED IaITIKI I. SI KN Ol< WOMEN
in travel fi>r re*p«iiiMlil« - ii.ltlli»ln*»l
house In IY(in«ylvanlu. haliu v IT-si
iin<l expend s, Position pciuiaueut. ttefi-r
--4-iire IMICIOM- M-lf-adili'-vM'd »lamyv(l • 11-
iflojie Tin- National, ftar Itisnranee Hldit.'
Suhtcrihe for tho (JITiZIN
bo dwvirM bv kUurm* advorttHHWieiitnand
tnitik you can get the bwnt made, Ilmut flnlah acl
MOST POPULAR SEWING MACHINE
for n men* Ron*. liny from rollaMt* manufactururs
that have ir«ine«l a reputation by homut an«l *quar«
(Whntf. Tiu re 1* none In tb„ worWI that ran e<iua!
in nii-clinitiral mnMf rucf ion. durability of working
pArtß. fln«-nem of flnlHh. b» auty In appearance, or haf
as many improvement* a* tho NEW HOME.
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS.
Ito New Home Sewing Machine Co.
l)mw. MAM. HOKTOD, Mim. BTinniftjriiii!, N.T
CHICAGO,IIX. St.LOUU,MO. HAI.I.AA T»T..
SAX ftuxciacu, CAI. An. hit A, (u.
FOR 4ALC BY
J. B. McOEVITT
Deulei in Sewing Machines, Piauo* and
Organs—next door to Y. M. 0. A. build
inc- Butler Pa.
liuy the light-running, New Ho me,
sf wini; machine, perfect satisiacti.cn guar
aiueod. never eeti ont of order.
F. H. WALDEKMYER,
DEALER IN Cut Flowers, Bedding
Plants, Vegetables,) Decorations and
A SPECIALTY. T—l
GREbN fIOUSR West of Const House, Lfn
STORE, IIS S. Main St.. Butler, Pa.
OK RESTORES Vitality
TilK (.KEAT toil. |»,\Y
«<> ttir atMivc result-. In Hiiys. It
IICMH powerfully :»u»l <|ul<*kly. <'ur«-s when
all oilier*, full Voiinir tiM ii Will their
lost IIIUIIIKHMI, and MI<I men will recover I lielr
voutliful by hsIIIK HKVI VO. It
Ty and surely restore-* .NervousnrsH. I.ont
vitality. Lost Power, l ulling Memory, \\:ist
hitf DKense, iiml all ell'eets of e xcei-i ami Iri
cllM'retlon. w 111 <* 11 unlltsone f«»r study. I»nsl
ness or marriage It not only euros hy
starting at the r»t of disease, hut Is a Krelit
nerve tonic and hloml hullder. bringing hiu-k
t lie nlnU glow to pale eheeUs mid restoring
t lie fire of youth. It wards oIT Insanity and
('OIISII mntTon. Insist on having Itl.N l\<>, no
other. 11 «*an he «*arrled In vesl poeket. Bv
Ulnll, tl-00 pi'i' imt'kHKr, or sU for £>.oo, W|t ri
a positive written guarantee to cure or re
fund the money <' 11 •*n Ia f flee Address
KoVM, MI.DIi INfci <> . « UK \(.«>. ILL.
lor Sale hy KIDDKK \ (JIM Ml MA N N.
BEDFORD SPRINGS HOTEL.
lIKIH Oltll, I'KNNA.
T11I" c.MtI.SHA l» OK AMKRH'A.
oI'KNS JtrNF. SV.
(hie of tin- most mil ill ally attractive re
sorts 111 Aliierleu l.ix'atlon amid I In* Kriuid
<•■,l M i nrry. wllli It;- iiilimt »f ciirillve
wati-rs. II I*. aln iilt li wlvintr us well its u do
liuhifnl slimmer limine. Toe rife llrrliestra
will fiimUli inus|e. I*"i tiiHikli'iH tmil li'rniij
.11 A LHIP, Manager.
• ASBURY PARK. -
Near The Beach.
All attractions; fine roomß ami vcrait.
das; excellent cuisine and service
Write for Booklet to
Dr, Hawxhurst, Prop'r,
Asbury Park, N. J.
M. A. BERKIMER,
337 S. Main St., Butler.
Summer, D. T. PAPE Summer.
THE LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE OF BUTLER CO
All Goods Reduced 33 1-3 per cent.
Our Millinery this season is acknowledged by all who have in
spected our stock to be the finest most stylish and prettiest ever
brought to this city. Nothing has been spared to make our mil
linary department complete in every respect. All the latest styles in
bonnets and hats All the beautiful flowers and feathers. All
the latest shades in ribbons and trimmings For the baby to
the very old lady. From the cheapest to the finest goods can be
found in our complete millinery store. If you have not visited our
store this season it will be to your advantage to do ro as we save
you money on ever) purchase.
Our Stock of Mourning Bonnets, Hats, Veils, &c.,
122 S. JWain St. Q J PAPE, Butler. Pa.
I Rune- <ip. is 1
j tuality JLpower. 1
iHitcl? your be sure jj
business \|| it's in ajj
works to a j IN f 1 Fahys Gold-1
good watch.j |j| )N filled Case, jj|
And that you buy it from I
E. GRIEB, JEWELER,
139 N. MAIN STREET/ BUTLER, PA.
GOOD OLD TIMES.
When, years ago, a A GOOD FARMER would prepare
for harvest, the best ctlicken on the place—the finest roll
of butter—and many other good things to EAT and
DRINK would be served at harvesting and threshing—
The men would get the whiskey when in the field, and too
on going and coming from the field—No harm in that then,
and is there now?
Not when you can get good honest whiskey, and that you
are sure of getting from MAX KLEIN, and at reasonable
A Few of the Following Will
An old fashioned whiskey $2 00 per gallon.
A full bodied corn and rye whiskey $2 50 per gallon.
A four year old pure Rye $3 00 per galjiuu
The finest six year old whiskey .... $4 00 per gallon.
Of all grades $1 50, $1 75, $2 00 and $2 50 per gallon.
Send lor our price list, and see some of the many other
articles for sale by us—and the special selections which
will save you money—Address
MAX KLEIN, \
Wholesale Liquors, 82 Federal St Allegheny, Pa
Kkpro.isige paid on all orders of oo and over No charge I for box
ing and shipping.
i "THE COMMERCIAL," ::
JfW. K. THORNBURG Prop'r., Evans City, Pa.j [
This popular house has just been entirely remodeled < >
and refurnished. Everything convenient, and guests ( >
i \ will always receive close attention. I
i C Located near Postoftice and l'.& W. Depot. When
.1 in Evans City t>p at the Commercial. Hell Tele- . ,
£ phone No. 16. .
: Z/ay Oat Money
'< sure tha * y° u arc getting the real
! n*. 2 i<uaj Buggy. value of the price you pay. ,
i Fredonia Buggies.:
——— J every penny they i
I Your dealer sella them. cost you. |
! THE FKLDONIA MPO. CO., Younfistown, Ohio.
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