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WE BOTH * -
P R ICE I|sS
Is th|e first consider*!- *!>
tiori with manv shoe *? ) «
B hou.lci be tl"|e prime
out quality price is
WE CONSIDER BOTH
Qualitv an cl price
Here's an ir\stance
Gentlemen's Hand-Sewed Shoes. nooß
PATTERNED ON THE J)
NEW ENGLISH LAST.
Showing the latest and most approved shades in Winter
Tan and other UP-TO-DATE stocks such as Box
Calf and Enamel. Our name stamped on every t
, pair. Chock full of style, wear, and shoe satisfaction. \
j A. Ruff & Son, I
1 Sellers of Guaranteed Shoes.
Fall and Winter Stock
Our large Fall and Winter stock has all arrived,
and open and ready for your inspection.
Owing to the Large
orders which we placed early with the m'ans'we
prices and a better assortment of boots and_ shoes than J.
will sell you good reliable footwear away down.
In Men's Shoes
-we have fine Patent leathers-fine Calf « ! d shoes.in■ «g»t «n d
soles—we have Enamels, Calfskin and heavy Russia Calf shoes in leather or nen
warranted waterproof shoes -a heavy buckskin shoe, leather lined
extended heavy hand sewed sole.
Complete Stock of
handmade and eastern box toe boots and shoes in any thickness sole you may
want. Several different styles of oil grain and kip boots and shoes 111 mens, boys
and youth's sizes.
In Ladies Shoes
wc have many new and pretty styles in hand-turned McKays ami hand-weltrole
sewed shoes-fine dongola-box calfs-winter tans-enamels and patent leatner
shoes—large assortment of Ladie's and Misses' every day shoes of all kinds.
Balance of our summer stock to be closed out regardless of cost as we need the
A large stock of slippers and oxford ties included in this great reduction sale.
Three Large Sample Counters
filled with interesting bargains. Sole leathe- cut to any amount you may wish to
128 8. MAIN St. BUTLER, PA,
The Wise Grocer.
Will try to induce his customers to bay the very l>est 2 ro "
ceries in the market, because by so doing he makes a sale
that will give satisfaction, and it is the pleased and satis,
fied customer who builds up the grocer's business. \.t*
have some of the very best goods obtainable which we
sell as close as any house in the county. Leave us your
order and wc guarantee 6alUfadion.
The Butler Produce Co.,
C L MOORE, J rop'r
130 W. Jefferson St., Butler,'Pi
IF YOU GET IT AT THE BUTLER PRODUCE
IT'S FRESH. ——\
Fall and Winter Opening,
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,
SEPT. 30, OCT. 1-2.
Ladies' Large Hate, Round Hat?, Eci.nelH «»id ChiWium Hate Edi.g th«
mo»tpiacti<alandUata«oriuuiit of patterns and hat* tiin.intd 10 onr c..nn
workroom, w* have ever »hown. Gccda rb&wu cheerfully if )cn are r«r.dy to
bny or not.
joB S. Main St., one door South
«f Eutler Savings Bank.
WHILE YOU ARE WAITING
Tor your prescription don't fail »o look , 4 f
over our line (A perfumes, we have re- /
celved some very fine ones lately, am: \ I I /( \"
will be pleased to liave you examine
We also have a \t-ry la. gc nt
of tooth brushes made expressly for us
wbv h bear our stamp, thete brushes
we g«.*rantee and request the return of c t\3> '■> JjffflP-
•nytl.it prove unsatisfactory.
You may need something for your ' /lYf/"
chapped hands and face, an<l if so we _
recommend Cydonium Craam as a fine
REDICK & GROHM ANN
PEOPLES I'IIONK 114. " BIJTLER PA
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i Lay Out Money
! be sure that you are getting the real ;
! No. 2 Road Buggy value of the price you pay. !
————— " every fwnny 'hey .
] 1 Your dealer HCIIS thciu. cost you.
! THE PRCDONIrt MPG. CO., Younfistown, Ohio.
The man may be
Sfej*"'' J —._ lion single-handed,
Qj| but not
MB chances, and is not
IhJL. \ BO' n K to disdain the
.1/ ft assistance of lielp
\ ers with hot i- ns.
_ * The same is true of
a wi'e man who is j
■j ~y~ ' having a tussle with
ill - health. It is I
barely possible that he may have the natural
inherent resisting power that will enable
him to conquer disease without the a -sist
ance of medicine, but he is not willing to .
take the chances and w ill not disdain the j
be!;- of the right remedy.
When a man feels out-of-sorts, when his
head is achey, dull and heavy his body lazy,
his nerves jerky, his >-letp broken, his ap
petite finickv. his skin sallow his breath
foul and his mouth bad-tasting, he is having
a struggle with ill-health If he is wise he
will take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. It gives edge to the appetite and
makes the digestion perfect. It invigorates
the liver. It makes rich, red, pure blood.
It puts vim into every organ and fiber of
the body. It drives out all impurities and
disease germs. It imparts the glow of
health to the skin and the vigor of youth to
the muscles. It tones the nerves and gives
refreshing sleep. It builds firm flesh, but
does not raise the weight above Nature's
normal. It cures eft per cent, of all cases
of consumption All medicine stores sell
it. An honest dealer will not suggest a
worthless substitute for the sake of a lit
tle extra profit.
The most valuable for both men and
women is Dr. Pierce's Com
»i» mon Sense Medical Adviser.
A splendid thousand - page
fl h ' r -£t volume, with over three hun
wV I*s?'*' ' lred engravings and colored
l"»N| plates. A copy, paper-cov-
Vl"* | ered. will be sent to anyone
sending twenty-one cents in
L « ! one-cent stamps, to pay the
1 cost of mailing on/]\ to Dr.
R. v. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.
Cloth-bound 31 stamps.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Piles or Hemorrhoids. '
Fissures & Fistulas.
Burns & Scalds,
Wounds <£ Bruises.
Cuts & Sores.
Boils & Tumors.
Eczema & Eruptions.
Salt Rheum & Tetters.
Sore Lips & Nostrils.
Corns & Bunions.
Stings & Bites of Insects.
Three Sizes, 25c, 50c. and sr.oo.
Sold by drtig(?l«u, or sent post-paid on receipt of price
HtarHSEiy KD.ca, 111 * u> *iaiMbi..s«*w*.
when the Creator said to woman,
"In sorrow shalt thou bring forth
children," that a curse was pro
nounced against the human race,
but the joy felt by every Mother
when she first presses to her heart
her babe, proves the contrary.
I)anger and suffering lurk in
the pathway of the Expectant
Mother, and should be avoided,
that she may reach the hour when
the hope of her heart is to be real
ized, in full vigor and strength.
so relaxes the
trying hour is robbed of its pain
»nd suttering, as so many happy
mothers have experienced,
Nothing but "Mother's Friend" does
this. Don't be deceived or
persuaded to use anything else.
"Mother's Friend" is tho greatest remedy ever
pot on the market, and all our customers praise It
highly."—W. 11. KIN a A Co., Whltewright, Tex.
Of arv«t?isti> at »l 00, or wsnt py express on re
ceipt o( price. WWtc foS* boois wumai&UJK valua
ble Information for all Mothers, mailed free.
Tho Uradfteld Ueirnlbtur Co., AtlanU,
■ LUMBAGO, CATARRH,
AND ALL KINDS OF
PAINS AND ACHES.
For nearly ttoiee-score years and ten
this famous old household friend |ia j
been curing pains and aches, and hat
never disappointed the user. It is
clean, pure, efficacious, agreeably
smelting and quickly acting.
IT IS A
#»ICH, SPICY COMPOUND AND
f INVALUABLE FOR
CUTS. SCALDS, SORES, BURNQ.
ULCERS, WOUNDS, KRYSIPELAS.
SKIN TROUBLES, ETC.. ETC.
Price 25 Cents,
AT pcALcaa Ana onucciti*.
Off Miit in uuantity of 3 or more pa< lupri to any
address on receipt of money, by
Winkelmann & Brown Drug Co.
HALT: MORE, MO., U. 8. A.
Mil . / TK DISrKNSABY.
*> ,i Pen- AVE. AHO FOURTH OT.
Ai! form*.of Delicate IIII'I COM
nl:. at. it l>l.n ;iM;»re<|iiir!iiK«:<»».
f umsiHL an'lScirsT'Kic Med.
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. nil 111 •.lien to V"; »»II» I Wbillty fromeri' Jiiv.
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tile l:he.:tiiatiKtn. anduil "i-•■'inett'jf thefikin.
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cutla«tlOK two lH,*e«T,f any olh. rbWKI. V<*
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1 FOIt BALE JJV :;KMHiAi.tJtT
' THE CITIZKX
Mow Mineral Waters Cure.
When a patient reaches a mineral
water summer resort, he is examined
by the resident physician and ordered
to drink certain quantities of the wate
at certain times during the day this is
increased from day to day until the
i maximum quanity needed is reached.
He is ordered to drink one or twor
glasses upon rising, two or three glasses
I between breakfast and dinner, the same
| quanity in the afternoon, and a couple
lof glasses before going to bed. The pa
tient is urged to take it whether he
j wants it or not. He tray say that he is
i not thirsty, but that makes no differ
| ence: he must take it as a medicine.
• The quantitv is increased until we have
known thirty glasses per day to l>e
A part of the benefit derived is be
cause of the rest and change of scene:
a part, perhaps, is from the small quan
ity of the salt and other bases contained
in these waters (we are not speaking of
cathartic or chalybeate waters), but
the benefit from this source is very
slight. The secret of the cure is in the
quantity of water taken. If the water
be pure, free from organic matter, and
taken in sufficent quantity, the results
will be substantially the same; regard
less of the "traces" of litha and small
quantities of sodium chloride and other
sxlts. You can perform these cures
at home with ordinary drinking water,
if of good quality, if you will require
the patient to take it in the same quan
titv a.s at the springs. It is verv easy
to add lithia if desired; but j"ou must
not loose sight of the fact that the
quantity of water'not lithia) taken is
I the important thing. It acts by flood
ing the kidneys; by washing out the
blader with a copious, bland and dilute
urine; by unclogging the liver and
clearing the brain. The patient feel*
better from day to day; he is better.
Irritable bladder is relieved, the kid
neys act freel}*—are "washed out
and many effete substances are carried
out with the blood; this clears the way for
the liver to act freely and normally,
for there is an intimate relation be
tween the liver and kidneys.- Med.
For Singers ami Public Speakers
Use Aunt Rachel's Elecampane and
Horehound. It is known that clear
white rock candy is the most healing
of all substances, and horehound and
elecampane the very best throat remed
ies; combined we have Horehound. Ele
campane, Grape Juice and Rock Candy,
one of the best pulmonary remedies
known. Singers and Public Speakers
should carry a bottle in their pocket.
For sale by" druggists. Price 20 cents
and 75 cents.
Already the farmers are fattening
"I was anxious to shelter that fam
ily," said the vacant house, "but they
vouldn t 'let lue.
Other people's troubles always bother
us more than our own.
Now'* the time to look on the bar
gain counter for summer clothes.
THE remedies put up bj the 1 Cure U
Co., L't'd., No., 106 Centre Ave., art
first class, and give excellent satisfaction.
Sold by every Druggist in Butler Coun
The Warren Mail advertises for a
good boy to learn the printing trade
and newspaper business, and adds:
'No cigarette smoker need apply.
That sort of provision will soon be
tacked on all such adv's. of business
men, says the Franklin News. The
time is coming when a boy who de
sires to be a*i accomplished cigarette
smoker mnst devote his entire energy
Health and prosperity to those who
keep their blood pure with Hood's Sar
A housekeeper should inspect her r(
frigerator every alternate day at least,
require that it lie wiped out daily with
a cloth wet in soda and water, and
thoroughly h on red with scouring soap
twice a week.
Look out for cheap substitutes! lie
ware of new remedies. Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup has stood the test for
nearly fifty years.
A new disease known as "summer'
gr<p" is now prevalent, and tko doctors
state that it is caused by the warm
days and cool nights. In nearly every
particular it resembles the regular in
fluenza, but does not ciuse so much an
noyance or suffering.
The walnut st un is upon the hands
o" many ah urchin in the rural dis
For some persons there are only two
d iys in the weo'f Suai.iy-t and salary
HEADACHE Powders It you use any
use a good one. Ask your Druggist for
Armstrong's I Cure U) Headache l'ow
The Indiana .State Veterinarian, Dr C,
E. Scott, has discovered that under the
shaggy blossoms of the gol<lenrod
flower lurk gems of the most dangerous
disease to horses which has ever been
discovered. Like consumption, it is
incurable, and it affects the horse in
much the some way as that dread dis
ease eats a'r s ' !l }' the 1 if«* of man. The
horses that eat the tempting plant go
into a gradual decline, the blood is de
stroyed, the tissues waste away, and
they die in from three weeks to three
months. Thousands of horses have
perished from this disease in Michigan-
Minnesota and \Vi»' oitsiti Th« htstu
Veterinarians of these States have for a
long time tried in vain to discover the.
cause of this malady. Dr. Scott says:
"I am satisfied that there is no cure for
it. Nothing can be done exdept to de
stf<»y the l;- a ? root.'
Every one praise* the virtues of IJr.
Bull's Pills, the great specific for liver
and stomach disorders. They cost 10 &
Abraham Line iln was a believer in
the alchemy of labor. th<'geni«« of hard |
work He said 'lf ever this free peo
pie, if this govt nneut itself, is utterly
demoralized, it will c uue from this hu
. man wiggle and struggle to live with
ft will npt cihk everything. tt la not
claimed that it will cure but one com
plaint, that is. dyspepsia. We cannot
say that it will cure every case of dys
pepsia.but it will cure a large majority
of them. Such cases as are adapted to
its use will derive immediate !»enefit.
One small bottle will *be sufficient to
the Hhakur Digostivp Cqrdial is
eMpeeially adapted for eii»aoiat«4 or eld
i ffy people whose food does them but
I little or no good because it is not digest
ill The Cordial contains an artificially
digested food and is a digester of food
happily combined. Head cue of the
little books which your druggist is now
giving away and learn of tin- wonderful
Really palatable Castor Oil can now
be had under the name of L-ixol.
Last year's output of American built
and registered vessels was the greatest
known in the last fourteen years, with
A pretty girl, of tine- figure, hnt
whose waist is only moderately taper
ing. sjioke the other day of wearing her
clothes unfashionablv loose. "I once."
said she "loving what I consider a trim
figure -which meant, principally, a
tiny waist -wore mv clothes as most
girls one sees alxnit wear theirs. A
conple of stylish cousins did the same
thing, until one of them became en
gaged to a young physician, who was
a.s frank as he was sensible. A con
stant theme of his was the shame of
crowding the body's organs. When
we went ont for a country stroll he
would make, with his cane in the dust,
a free-hand drawing of the humam Ixidy,
saying: Now. here are the lungs, here
is the heart and here the liver. All
fitting naturally, each one into its
exact place. Now. tell me, if you can,
what space you girls leave for them in
your pinched up frames?' At the
theater, during his calls, whenever he
could get our attention, he harped up
on his fateful subject, until we became
S3 bored, and perhaps too, a little
frightened, that we readily agreed to a
proposal of his. It was that we should,
all of us, wear loose clothing, entirely
free from anything like pressure, for
three months, when he would promise
us never to recur to the subject. Of
course, at the end of that time, it was
simply torture to go back to the old
way of dressing, and the health system
has had three devoted converts ever
since, though the experiment was tried
several years ago.
Willi it K^7p?
In reply to a corresi>ondent asking
Mr. Speer about his Oporto Grape Juice
he says he will warrant it to keep any
length of time in bottles if they are
kept full and well corked. The* juice
is not likely to keep long after allowed
to come in contact with atmosphere
over 40 degrees temperature. It is ex
cellent for invalids.
John Chinaman ia a very slick article
He has pulled the wool over Uncle
Sam's eyes in a way that Uncle Sam's
officials despise, and is laughing in his
big wide sleeve over the way he played
his tricks. It seems that when a China
man sneaks into this country without
permission and is caught he is at once
sent back to China, Uncle Sam paying
the cost of transportation. Those China
men who reside in Mexico and who
wish to take a little trip home at some
body else's expense, hurry over the
border into the United States.are promp
tly siezed by the Government officials
and sent back to China, which was the
very thing they wanted. After their
visit to China they return to Mexico
where they are admitted without restric
tion. and tell how they playei it oa
the United States.
The healing and purifying qualities
of Salvation Oil render it the best arti
n!e for the speedy cure qf ulcerated sores.
In 1821 33 per cent of the population
of Great Britain was engaged in farm
ing; in IHBI only 12 per cent.
Wine tasters eat a small pie ce of
bread, with a scrap of ohees *, between
simples to insure a.i unprejudiced
The agricultural capital of E>irope
has doubled since 1H40: that of the Unit
ed States has increased over sixfold.
Panidoaleul as it may Bound, there
are several varieties of fish that cannot
swim. Ia every instance they are deep
ARMSTRONG'S Little System Pills
are A true Liver l'ij!,—2sc.
The Transvaa} produced J last year 1 -
340,000 tons of coal and 2,3N0,1H6,
oun'-es of gold, according to thf» statis
tics of the Johannasburg Chamber of
In Bulgaria, the proprietors of a med
icine, by which they claim to cure a
specified disease, are liable to inpri son
men t if the medicine fails to produce
the desired etfect-
KEEI* I Cure Uin the home. It is an
n.stant relief in case of sudden pain
liolera-Morhus, Croup, Sprains, Hruises,
ctootliache &c —Ask your Druggist.
Australia had last year UJOO miles of
railway open. The capital expended
on them has been tVi7,00!),0')0; the net
revenue over working expenses is 2} per
HOOD'S rSLLa cure l-iver (118, tjil
lousr»2')s, Indigestion, Headache
liasv to t3ko, oasy to opcrati, 25c
The moat remarkable'gold beetle* in
the world are found in Central America
The head and wing eases are brilliant
ly poliobul wiiu a »»».**»rw n« of gold it
self. To sight and t">uoh thoy hive all
the seeming of that metal. Oddly eu
ough another species from the same
region has the appearance < f l.eirjg
wp.uftlu iii soul sjlver, fieshly bmnlih
ei Thesa gold and silver beetles have
a market value. Th:;y are w >rc'.i fr >n
$2-5 to SSO each.
The new organ of the <,f !-»t.
>«tii h>an cisco, weighs more
than 100,0' mi pounds, and more than
It Is reported that Great Britain has
notified our Goverment that she cannot
p trticip ite in the c mferen :e cjn ;ern
ing the seal fisheries if Russia and Jap
an t ike part in it. This action is aiider
stood to he prompted by Canada and it
sriiacltt) H-in,. H!hat of had faith, as the
('ntish authorities understood from tin
beginning that b jth Rns-tia and Japan
were invited to send representatives.
It is announced from Washington that
the conference will be held /egardless
of Great Britain's action
The Insipid taste of bojled vyaterisdue
to the elimination in the boiling process
of the air cells. It many be reaerated
before using by pouring it from one
vessel into another, the two held some
Klf HUM AT ISM CURED IN A pAV.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in I to } days.
Us action upon the system is remarkable
and mysterious. It removes at once the
cai-ses and the disease immediately iii;
;tp, earn. The first dose benefits;
75 cent'.. Sold by J. C. Kedic, ai.d J. I'.
B'dph DruiiKists Butler Apr 96
r j i FOii ACENTG
"Following Tb« Equator '
; aRK Hark Twaiirs r;;; 1 ;
Journey Around The World,
"Tlif 1 linn through Auntrulia, India, South
WANL \ Africa, etc. The Author'*
2 lift 111 O Mdnterjiuce. A hucccm from the
Hart KnnrutooH uturi-d.
uriii nnni/ 3,000 agents wantco
WrW nllllK to sell 1L lOklu.iv Arid.
M Wl\ Write for circulars and tcitnn.
Mention Paper. AUdrona
EATON & MftlfjS. 12|$ filjjcrt SiiuH, Phiiautlphi^
*i TAFT S PHILADELPHIA A
i' jTvfiS —DENTAL ROOMS.-- U
fc'f'/fiW 39 - sth Ave., PitUburg, P». j[|
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® pLEASE bear in mind the fact
" standard," in all lines com
mands a fair price. See list of
€the brands of Pure White.Lead
which are the standard. They
3jg are the best. Avoid those brands
said to be " just as good," offered
r for " less money," and of "so
# called White Lead."
f-« rvp ■-* Bv u* : .nir National L*ad Co.'* Pure White Lend Tinting Col
l-« r« or*, anv desired shade is readily obtained Tamphlrt giving
* ■-* valuable information and card showing sample* cl c r- free;
also cards showing pictures of twelve houses of different I'-esigns pamted in
various styles or combinations of shades upoa application to those
intending to paint.
NATIONAL LEAD & OIL CO. OF PENNSYLVANIA,
German Nat. liank Luilding, Pittsburgh, Pa.
" V. • DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES.*
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
LOCAL 1 DISEASE
and is the result of cole* and Q/PfcCGlDw
sudden climatic changes.
For your Protection (fej & A
we positively state tlr.t t:
remedy doe* n>t contain /aCM
mercury or any oiher *ujur- iM
Ely's Cream Bairn
is acknowledged to t»c the most thoroneh cure for
Na.-al Catarrh, Co d in Head and Hay Fever of all
remedies. It open- and cleanses the natal passage*,
allays i»ain anu inflammation, heals the pro
toct§ the membrane from cold*, restores the een«es
of tapte and *mell. I*r.ce fjOc. at Drujjgista or by mail.
ELY BRO'l liKUS, Warren street, New York.
wheeler & Wilson
New No. 9 r'amily
| Bcarints FWJ
j-.ry Motion & Ball Bearings
Easy Running, Quiet, Rapid an(J
for Family and factory use. for all
grades of Cioth and Leather.
Speed and Durablity.
Fact* ry arid Head
Bridgeport, Connecticut, 11. S,
FOR SALE BY
Hardware, Stoves, Sewing
Machines, Needles for all
kinds of sewing machines,
N. MAIN ST.
X. II. —Second-hand Sewing
Machines from $5.00 up.
Sewing machines repaired.
TIN WARE AND ROOFING
A SPECIALt r.
i .*OKT POPULAR SEWINC MACMIKE
'"'Vfrom rell&Mu murofutun-ni
a refutation by bonmt and wiuarr,
IIN r« 1M ruiim In (tin world that can . MIM I
durability of workW
• . nil rji »« of finish, »>••<» 11 tjr In appearanrv, 01
i.iipr'.v.-ru.-ntH an the MEW
•RITE PQR OIKCULAR^.
••9 K6W Home Sewing Machine Co
is? s "
HA * t U AXrtmxj, CAU ATI. AHTA J <J±.
row HALW mj
J. B. McDEVITT
Deale. in Sewing Mxchiaeg, Pianos and
Orgtiu* 111 it iloor '<l Y M. O. A. build
ii-c- Hr.t It r P».
Buy tho light running, New Hom«,
HUH iuif i-.iaolii'n-, p ufuct « Ui-(ttOli.in gu tr
a&icod, »tit <>l order.
You neyer hear iitt cowiplainXof .busi
ness being had we aim succeed In
making it good, by fair and square treat
ment of all our customeis.
MSTT k O IA I It DKAI.IMJS
If we say [o you our liquors are six
years old, we won't ask you to take our
word for it but put them 'o the test,
you and your friends to be the judge.
Pure liquors are healthful.
Ouaranked pure.6 year old Whiskey either
(jUf kcnh-iitur, rilKli, Gibson,
Uverholt, Larjje, Mt. Vernon.
#1 per full quart or 6 quarts for $5,
Grandfather's Choice Whiskey, guar
anteed 3 years old, ¥2 per gallon.
On C. (). 1). or mail orders of Jfta or
over, we prepey ',ll chat^u..
ROBERT LEWIN & CO,,
I importers and Wholesalers,
<ll WA*er St. Opposite B. & 0. Depot
Telephone, 2179 Pittsburg, Pa.
SfcANOK & NACKS
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
REAR OP WICK HOUSE,
Tl.e beat of horftH m><l liisl elats rigi
ulnays on hand at.'l for hifj.
nCii'iuii' iiiUWinj in'towii r> r p»rma*
n«nt boar<llii|r and iimirient trudo. Kpeci
nl c-»ri! guar'<riten!.
Stable room lor lixly five tioiM'H.
.V £o<ul cliiHK of horsen, both driverH and
diaft aKuvs <m hand and lor >-ale
under a full t< c; and honeH bocght
ip.m proper notification hy
BEANOR A NAC'E,
Telephone, No !!U. 1
9*W RESTORES Vitality
®H?I madk a
FMR 1 ' 1 MAN
! THE GREAT 30Ui I>AY.
pnHlUi'es the above results in -V) tluys. It
lifts powerfully and quickly, l ures when
.ill others fail. Youne men will regain thi'lr
lost manh«KKl. and old men will recover their
youthful vijror hy Hp VIVO. It quick
ly and surely restores Nervousness, Lost
vitality. Lost Tower. KaUiuj? Memory, Wast
ing Piscast*. and all effects of excess and in
! discretion, which unfits one f«»r study, l»usi
|mm Of mrrlage. it not ooly cores tv
I start In* at the seat of disease, but is a great
nerve tonftc and hlood builder, bringrlng buck
t 1 ulnk vlow to pale cheeks and restoring
the fire ofvouth. ItwardsotT Insanity and
('onsumntfon. Insist oil having KEVIN O, no
other, it can lie carried in vest pocket. Hv
mail, fl.oo per or six for ■f'j.i'O. with
a positi\e written guarantee t<i cure or re
fund the money. Circular free. Address
KOVAL MEDK'INE < t».. ( U H'AlilN ILL.
For Sale by REDDU'K &GKOUMANN.
P kii'timlc *a «3 Rrtai.
.X'X Orl(lnu) 811.1 Only Vejalne. A
F '"l> N. BTKFC tniabli.
\ w \ : f l f for 'x-.. • iaioni«a %ai
i "Hldlef Rir U"llr» ' I r rtlira
\ P WML u •
v 1 Mi '•Hrr< ii.r
ttt*. t: ■-» ;, Li:wdm. t
For all Biuous and NERVOUS ■■■ ■ ■
DISSASES. They purify the KJI ■ ■
CLOOD and give HKAITIIV || g ||
action to the entire system. ■ ■ ■■■
Cure DYSPEPSIA, HEADACHE,
CONSTIPATION and PIMPLES.
Mutual Fire Insurance Company
Office cor. Main and Cunningham Sts.
WKO. KKTTMUIiK. Tlee Prei.
Alfn-il Wick. llendersoii Oliver.
Dr. \V. Irvln, James Stephenson.
,V. W. Black more, N. \NVltzel.
F. How man, 11. J. Klingler,
(ieo. Ketterer, t'has. Itebhun,
Geo. Kenno, John Koenk.
LOYAL McJUftKIN Arjent.
A Bnapiiujt «Md Day School for Girls.
Colluiw I'rt'purntory. lti-Kiilur itnil Elcctlv
Music, Art mill Klucutlo" niht
ycur <ip<-iis Svpk'iulier l~it.li.
MRS. M. N. ".cMILLAN, Princlpiil.
ft»iv>jailed and rea ly
for the accommoda
tion of the traveling
| MRS MATTIK HEIHIHG, Owner
BRICKER & VINROE.
LIVKKY I'KED AND IvXtH.VNGIJ STAIII.K
First class rign at reasonable rates
Special Attention to Transient Custom
Barn in rear of Diamond St.," I'utler l'a
People's Telephone, No. 44.
JII. C. 1
\Np > I'rop'rs.
Give* n Hpcijnlizeri lUc.nl- wit ning Edm uti u
r. DUFF'& SONS." Al l- Filth A venue.
/ APOLLO \
Prjf.o pomplctti with t ßy-
Pasband Glass Chimney $2 00
With Mica Chimney $2.25.
Geo. w. m
AC.KN r FOR. BUTLKR. CO
EYES KMUiKoi) fHKK u? CH4KGE
S L KirKpatrick.. ..uu jeweh '
Next to Court |louse llu'lei, Late
I (Iraduate l'ort lnbtilu',<;
FALL *.»* D T PAPE FA %» *
•§- WINTER, *£ WINTER^
The Leading Millinery House, of Butler Co.
Ladies who love beautiful and stylish millinery can now have an
opportunity of seeing the grandest display of 1- all and Winter bon
nets, hats, feathers, ribbons, etc., ever brought to our city. Nothing
has been spared in ( Foreign iin<i Domestic Markets) to make our
stock complete in every respect.
All other years have been excelled for lovely, stylish millinery, and
for cheapness. We ask no fancy prices. \\ e give you the very
latest style. The verv best goods at prices you can save money. All
are invited to inspect our stock.
Our Stock of Mourning Millinery Always Complete.
122 S.JKain St. [j. J. PAPE, Butler. Pa.
No difference to you how we got them—but we got them. A
whole lot of watches which we cannot wear out ourselves, and not
being in the watch business we decided to give them to our custom
ers. These watches arc not toy watches but good reliable time
keepers and handsome. Now we will give one of these watches to
any person buying at our store until further notice, blankets, robes,
sleigh, buggy or wagon harness or other goods, amounting to $lO or
over at one time. We charge you nothing for the watch—it is a
present for you—of course you can readily see that if the watch cost
lis even a dollar or two we could not allord to do it, but to be can-
whole lot foi what we
considered nearly noth-
ing, and can aftord to be liberal with them. Hut do not let this lead
you to believe they are worthless —we carry one ourselves and find
them good reliable timekeepers. Here now is a good chance to get
a watch for nothing because we give you the goods you buy at least
10 per cent, less than you can buy them elsewhere, which would
mean $i i worth of goods for siO and a good watch for good fellow
ship. Oil and see for yourself.
Martincourt & Co.
S. B. Martincourt.
J. M Leighner.
*unc s is
I* tuality J^ Power ' |
Hitch your S M But be sure |*
business «■ m it's in a g
works to aj 1 p Fahys |
good watch.| |* -M filled Case, |
| And that you buy it f' om g
E. ORIEB, JEWELER,.
139 N, MAIN Street. BUTLER, J'A.
; "THE COMMERCIAL," J
J W. K. THORNBURG Prop'r., Evans City, Pa.< |
\ > Tiiis popular house has iust been entirely remodeled i >
« and refurnished. Everything convenient, and guests < >
v f will always receive close attention.* > >
J Located near Postoffice and P.& W. Depot. When
V in Evans City t~>p at the Commercial. Hell Tele
/ phone No. 16.
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