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TH K CI'I IZEN.
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1900.
>"OTE—AII advt-rts<-r> Intending to make
aanir sin tlnir »ds. should not.fy us 01
icir Intention t.i.l ... 11 1 .t«-r 'liaii Mon-
I iy moraine.
Notice to Contractors.
School rei>ort of Clinton twp.
School rejiort of Concord twp.
Pawnee Dill s Wild West Show.
Hnsel ton's Shoes.
Douthett & Graham's Clothing.
Redick & Grohman's Drags
C. & T s furniture.
Cooper <S Co. » Suits.
AdmlalMidtois and Kxeeul rs ut estates
Mlecnwtheirtecelpt i-...;,-, at the < 111-
'.KN offl' f. and |»rsous maktn;; puliiic sales
i»'*ir note books.
LOCAL AM) GLNEKAL,
Eggs are stronger.
—The cherry crop is small.
—Home grown strawberries are
—lt's the long green that worries the
—The hay crop i> showing np ni( ely
since the recent rains.
—Lots of people are found oat when
you go to call 011 them.
The Sunday School picnic and fam
ily reunions are now due.
—No man needs to l»e instructed in
the art of spending money.
—Woman's inconsistency is shown by
h'T love for candy and pickles.
—The Carrol-Porter boiler works in
Pittsburg were destroyed by fire Tues
—Our County Commissioners will pay
no more bounty for fox and mink scalps.
—Chestnut poles are being delivered
to the Street Car Co. for use on the nn
- A inan always feels foolish when he
first takes off his hat to the girl he has
known from childhood.
--Aluminum tubing used in the
sciences is made so fine that 1,000 feet
of it weighs but a single pound
- When a man is drunk enough to
forget his troubles he is too drunk to
realize how happy he is Ex.
—A turtle-soup party in the woods
below Saxonburg, last Sunday, ended in
a fight. Turtle soup is dangerous.
The salary of the postmaster at
(Jhicyra has been raised to $l,lOO a year;
Freeport #1,300 and New Castle $2,«00.
Judging from what leaks out from
women's literary clubs, woman is weak
as an infant physically, and a giant in
—The First Ward Running Team
went to Dußois. Tnesday morning, and
lost a race l»y three-tenths of ■■> -econd
t.> the Union City team
- Anton Krnt, the Horist. is one of
the busiest men in Butler. He knows
his business and is getting all he can do.
See his card in another column.
—Two large snakes that escaped from
the show on the Hughes property on
Main St. were found and killed by the
Kriig'.jojs back of the meat market.
This is Beaver's big week. Their
Centennial Celebration lmgan Tuesday
looming. Yesterday was Military Day
and Gen. Miles headed the procession.
Pawnee Bill's entertainment was
spirited and remarkably interesting.
There is something refreshing about it.
The perforinonce is good throughout.—
Courier, Buffalo. N. Y.
-There are some handsome wood
porches in Butler. and J. M. Painter in
tends having a handsome stone one
around his r.ew huff-brick house at cor
ner of Washington and Penn.
—On Thursday last a warrant for Un
arrest of T. Paisley, late Supt. of the
Bnrean of Highways of Pittsburg, was
pnt in the hands of the police. Paisley
is charged with stealing over $50,000.
—The Baltimore American said:
Miss May Lillie is a marvelous shot
with a Winchester rifle Her feats of
marksmanship were applauded most
vigorously by the thousands who saw
—Althongh last week was a gala
week in Butler dnring the Centennial,
Robinson's show did a g<»od business,
Saturday. It is a great show, and its
Press Agent, Frank Wison. is a fine
—New York had a parade of fast
horses the other day, in which th»-
Siorses, wagon/, harness, etc.. represent
led an outlay of over two million dollars.
This don't look much as if the horse was
a bark nnmber.
Sim Nixon's Centennial Letter has
lieen placed for sale at ten cents a copy
in C. B. McMillian's.J. lLDouglass n«<l
John S Jack's stationery stores. Frank
Keene's cigar store, and J,II Kee<l'sand
W. S. McVey's news stands.
The mission of the locusts on earth
seems to lie to breed and die; they bore
holes in the branches of trees and depos
it. tbeir eggs therein, but they seem to
eat nothing. The eggs hatch, the
branches die and the worms fall and
In>re into the ground, and will come up
again seventeen years hence.
Slipperyrock Normal Commence
ment: Baccalaureate Sermon. Sunday,
June 24. 8 p.m.: Junior Entertainment,
Monday, June 25, 8 p.m.; Concert.Tues
day, June 26. 8 p.m.; Class Day, Wed
nesday, June 27, 2 p.m.; Alumni Ban
qnet. Wednesday, June 27, 8 p.m.. Com
mencetuent. Thursday. June 28, 2pm
Secretary of Agriculture Hamilton
has written a letter to Dairy and Food
Commissioner Wells notifying him that
the Supreme Court of this State has de
clared the color clause of the recent
oleomargarine law to be constitutional
and directing him to notify every agent
to enforce the laws to the fullest extent
and refuse to compromise any cases
whatever. Prof. Hamilton says that
this decision clears the way for the full
enforcement of the law.
At Springfield, Utah, there is a
plant for slicing sugar beets and extract
ing the sugar laden juice by diffusion,
and this with its impurities is then
pumped through a pipe- line to a beet
sugar factory at I>*hi. where it is
treated and refined by the usual process.
It is learned, says Cassier's Magazine,
thai tlie same system of piping sugar
juices is also in use in France and
Germany, and in the latter country also
pipe lines have been used in potteries to
carry much thinned clay paste from one
department to another.
I)o you want a Sewing Machine that
is simple of construction, extremely
light to run. and that will do the most
artistic, as well as ordinary sewing
bny the "New Royal" sold by Amy <&
Brown. No agents profits for you to
pay on our machine. Price $16.75 up.
W J. Cliristley, of Middlesex was in
town lask week.
Rube Waddell strn. k out eight men
the other day.
A. B. Gibson of Allegheny twp was
in town. Tuesday.
W. S. Cochran of Jefferson twp. was
:n town. Tuesday.
Jos. Adams and his son. Dewey, were
in town. Thursday.
S. Frankle. of Chicora. intends tak
inga trip to New York.
Mrs. John E. Armstrong, of Parker,
visited friends in Butler last week.
John N. Adams, of Butler, has been
granted a pension of *lO per month.
B. F. Billiard has moved back from
Lawrence county to West Sunbury.
Fulton Shrader. of Leota. has beeu
granted a pension of s<>.oo per month.
Dr. Ellery Caldwell and family are
visiting his old home in Jefferson twp.
R. N. Emery of Chicora wa- one of
the CITIZEN'S callers lust Wednesday.
John Young and wife will celebrate
their Golden Wedding, next- Wednes
W. G. Crawford, Esq.. and wife fnee
Hays) of Pittsbnrg, were here. Thurs
Mrs. Henry Halstead. of Clinton twp.,
is visiting her son. Clarence, in Michi
A. L. Cooper and family, of Slippery
rock, visited friends near Coylesville
Professo'rs Linn Caldwell of Esplen
and E. H. Knoch of Pitt airn are home
for the summer.
J. P. Davis of Brady drove to town,
Thursday, to have his leg dressed, and
see the Centennial.
Andrew J. Weaverand William Lo
gan l»oth of Mar- have been granted
per month pensions.
John J. Reiber. of North street, is at
Cambridge Springs, with the hope of
improving his health.
Mrs. Maggie I'pham. of Park« rsburg.
is the guest of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Thompson.
Sylvanns Cooper, of Slipperyrock
township, who was taken to the Hospi
tal last week, is improving.
Mart Gibson came home Sunday from
Wood field, Ohio, where he had been
drilling for a few months past.
W. J. Hemphill. Henry Halstead and
other citizens of Clinton township, were
in Butler 011 legal business yesterday.
Miss Edna Hitter, of Allegheny visit
ed her friends Misses Sherman of South
Washington street during Centennial
Miss Margie Campbell, of East Liver
pool, 0., is visiting with he. grand
parents. Jacob Reiber and wife, of N.
J. D. Marshall and John R. Henning
er have fanned a law partnership
under the finn name of Marshall &
G. A. Daubenspeck and family, of
Franklin, were the guests of J. C.
Daubenspeck and family during the
Walker Dod<ls, of Haysville, Pa.,
arrived in Prospect, Saturday, with his
little son Oliver on a visit to his parents.
J. O. Dodds and wife.
Dr. Pillow, (delegate) Loyal McJnn
kin. J. X. Moore, M. It Shanor, and
D. E. Dale attended the convention iri
Philadelphia, this week.
Mrs. Dr. Gal breath returned to her
home in Franklin Monday after a we.-k s
visit with her sister, Mrs. D. L. Cleeland,
and brothers, Milt and Will C'ubbison.
M iss Nora Limberg, who is Xight
Snp'd't at Allegheny General Hospital,
returned to her duties, Monday, after
attending her father's funeral in Butler.
Miss Maria Shoup has returned to her
home on C'entfe Ave. after being in
Freeport pix weeks nursing her sister,
Bell, through a six weeks sickness.
Miss Ella White, who took fhe Cen
tennial speeches in short-hand, is a
great -grand (laughter of Matthew
White, ojie of the first Commissioners
of Butler county.
A. G. Hend rick son, of Cranberry, a
good fellow and a son of old Mosy
Hendrickson, was in to see us last week.
Old Mosy is now well up in the seven
ties, and remembers when he and
Matthew Stanley Quay went to school
together in Economy twp., Beaver Co.
Adam Maxwell, of Lamar, Colorado,
is visiting his relatives, the Reibers,
here. He is engaged in stock raising
there. He intended being in Butler
during the Centennial but was misled
bv one of the Pittsburg religious papers
which gave the date as July 12tn, iu
stead of June lith.
Miss Edna and Masters Samuel and
Hngli Shoup, of Freeport, and Mies Bell
Dougal. of Ingleside, have returned to
their homes after spending Centennial
week with Miss Maria Shonp of the
South Side. They are all great grand
children of Massy Harbison, and Miss
Dougal is a great niece of Davy Dougal.
Hugh had his arm broken Tuesday, the
Miss Emma L., daughter of William
ICromni of N. McKean St., and Philip
W. Rnff, were married at Ba. in. Wed
nesday at the bride's home by Rev.
Oiler of the Firsl Pres. clinrch. After
tne ceremony the happy coupl left for
a three week's wedding tour through
Thousand Islands and other points in
Canada. Both are well known and
popular and have the l—st wishes of
hosts of friends.
i:\CIKSION TO ATLANTIC
Anil other Atlantic Coast Kt-sorts
via Pennsylvania Kail road.
Thursdays, July 5 and 19, and Ang.
2 and 16. are the dates of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad annual low rate excur
sions for 19<M> to Atlantic City, Cape
May, Ocean City, Sea Isle City, Avalon.
Anglesea. Wild wood, Holly Beach, N*.
J., Rehoboth, Del., or Ocean City, Md
Tickets good return within sixteen
' days, including date of excursion.
A special train of Pullman parlor cars
, and day coaches will leave Pittsburg on
above-mentioned dates at 8:55 a. m,, arj
riving at Altoona 12:15 p. rn.,where stop
for dinner will be made, reaching Phila
delphia fi-.25 p. m.. in time for supper,
and arriving at Atlantic- City, via the
Delaware River Bridge Route, the only
all-rail line, at 8:40 p. m. Passengers
may also sj>end the night in Philadel
phia, and proceed t<> the shore by any
(regular train from Market Street Wharf
or Broad Street Station on the follow
Passengers for points other than At
lantic City will spend the night In Phil
-1 adelphia, and use regular trains the
next day from Market Street Wharf.
A stop over of ten days will also be
allowed at Philadelphia on the going
trip, if passengers will deposit their
1 tickets with the Ticket Agent at Broad
Street Station, Philadelphia, immediate
ly on arrival
Tickets will be sold from the stations
at the rates named below
Trains leave. Rate.
Pittsbnrg 8.55 A. M SIO.OO
Tarentnm 7.557 " 10.00
Natrona 7.41 " 10.00
Butler 6.25 " 10.00
j Freeport 7.51 " 10.00
Altoona 'dinner) 13.35 P M 8.00
. for supper Ar. 6.25 "
i Tickets will also lie good on regular
t trains leaving Pittsburg at 4.50 and H ::o
p. m., carrying sleeping cars to Phila-
H delphia, and 7:10 p. m. f - carrying Pull
man sleeping cars throngh to Atlantic
r For detailed information in regard to
rates and time of trains gpply to ticket
agents or Thomas E. Watt, District,
" Passenger Agent, Pittsburg.
An old sa\ ing, and a very wise one is,
' When in Rome, do as Romans do,"
and when in Butler, do as the wise
1 iK-ople do. viz: buy your hot, plates, oven
V cookers, incandescent gas lamp and
'• plumbing supplies at Geo. W. White
hill's, the plumber, 318 S. Main St. (Re
member that we have moved from our
° old store to our new one, two doors
'■ south of Butler Co. Nat. Bank
Forest Oil Co. vs Albert Smith, sum
mons in assumpsit
Bell Dambaugh, adin'x d>» bonis non.
cum testamento annexo of Nancy
Hunter, dec d , for use of Mary A Dam
baugh vs Ad< lia Peffer. ex x of F. S.
Dambaueh. dee d, summons in assump
sit for 60 with interest from June
1, 1 xIK). being the balance of purchase
money for a farm which F. S. Dam
bangh bought from Nancy Hunter, his
mother in-law. in is?.'. also for $536,
Mary A. Dam'oaughs share in the estate
of her mother, Naney Hunter, of which
her husband. F. S. Dambaugh, was
which share he kept, giving
his wife judgment notes for it
Matilda Keister vs The I'. B. <fc L. E
Ry. Co., writ of dower to recover her
dower in the lands at Keister station
sold by her husband, John Keister, to
H. H. Halstead vs J. Elmer Brow*,
appeal by deft, from judgment
by J. B. Cunningham. J. P.
Standard Plate Glass Co. of Butler vs
The Butler Water Co . summons in
trespass for SSOO damages.
Alice Be-ter of Butler vs Edward J.
Boster. petition for divorce.
On petition of Supervisor Sol Dun
bar. the Court ordered work to be
suspended 011 a road laid out in
from the Reibold bridge to Renfrew.
The i>etitiou states the road is tin
At License Court. Tuesday, the ap
plications of Henry D Saxonburg.
F. F. Luek of Zelienople and Jacob
Bowman of Butler were refused: those
of John S. Byers and J. C. McGregor of
Petrolia and the wholesale applicants
were held over till September, and the
T. M. Baker Esq.. has beeu appoint
ed guardian of Freda, minor child of
Charles P. Am}' dee d . of Butler.
H. C. Litzinger has been appointed
guardian of Mary E. Dillon of Butler
Blaine Fennell has been appointed
tax collector of Clearfield twp. vice E
J Kennedy, who did not. qualify.
A motion to arrest judgment has l>een
made in the rase of Com. vs Lafayette
* J. A. Wilson has made answer to the
return of the Constable of Fairview
boro. denying that he has at any time
obstructed the streets.
Joseph L. Purvis, W. H. 11. Riddle
and Isaiah Meals were appointed view
ers in the Clinton twp. road case which
was heard Wednesday. This is the
third set of viewers.
A. B. C. : McFarland has been appoint
ed auditor in the estate of Jane Dunlap,
dee'd, of Marion twp.
Clarence Walker has filed his account
as guardian of the children of James
Orrill. dee d, and resigned. P C. Prugh
and A. L. Relber being appointed his
Esther Petti grew, adw'x of the estate
of Robt. D. Pettigrew. dee d, has peti
tioned for leave to sell decedents real
estate in Washington twp. for payment
The Com. case against Harry Hoch
for aiding a prisoner to escape has been
F. W. Witte and Henry Grimm,
overseers of Winfield twp.. have peti
tioned for leave to well the real estate,
six acres, of Chas. Weidlias, an inmate
of Dixmout, to pay expenses of his
Samuel C. Moore has purchased the
real (-state of James Gibson, dee d, for
J. L. Xesbit to Ida Covert 104 acres
in Cranberry for *xo
S J. Crow to N. J. Groom 1 acre in
Adams for v.'oo.
John C. Renfrew to Henry J. Phipps
lot in Renfrew for
Henry Stauffer to Elmer H. Sloan lot
in Jackson for SOOO.
Thompson Kyle to D. J. Kyle 00 acres
in Cherry for Si.
I'ntier Cemetery Assn. to J. B. Black
lots for $36.
Peter McCollongh to H. C. McCol
lough 1 'l'l acres in < )akland for $2750.
Lewis Wigton to Ulplia D. Eagal 25
acres in Connoquen< ssing twp. for S3OO.
John A. Allison to H. F. Herald 110
acres in Centre for $4400.
Rachel A. Bowser to I). L. Bowser 10
acres in Parker twp. for SIOO
Israel S. Badger to Geo. W. Staff lot
at West Liberty for *l3O.
W. E. Weigle to George Staff lot at
West Liberty for S3O.
Valentine Pfaffenliach to Marie Pfaf
fenbach lot in Zelienople for $5.
Thomas Hoon Sheriff to John C.
Sehnieder 44 acres in Fairview for $475.
Nancy E. Crowe to Daniel C. Dan hen
speck, lot in Washington for S7OO.
Geo. Varnum to Nancy E. Crowe lot
in Washington for SBOO.
Alex Mitchell to John C. Danbeu
speak 5 acres in Concord for SSO.
John H. Negley to Edgar H. Negley
lot in Butler for $2lO.
Emma L. Grant to Sarah D. Thomp
son lot in Mars for *IBOO.
Harvey Gibson to Parker twp. School
Districs lot in Parker twp. for SIOO.
; Cbr. H. Fredley to Jacob Fredley 17
acres in Middlesex for $650.
Sarah E. Snyder to Jacob Fredley 15
acres in Middlesex for SSOO.
John A, Eichert gdn to Nicholas
Frishkorn. lot in Evans City for $1,665.
Heirs of Joseph S. Grant to Webster
W. Kapp, 30 acres in Allegheny for
Joseph W. Parkin to Jane Parkin, lot
in Butler for sl.
Henry L McDowell Boyers
Grayce E. Hawkins .CrawfordsCorners
Charles A. Currv Magic
Charlotte H. Brown. .Kepples Corners
James Brubaker Allegheny City
Ethel F. Hale Saxon Station
Harry D. Heineman Leeper, Pa
Mary Gray Butler
Rois Davison Mars
Olive A. Purvis. "
Harry K. Caldwell ..New Kensington
Ella E. Shira North Hope
Charles E Bartley ...Cranberry twp
Mary M. Clark Chicora
11. R, Barrickman Butler
Lizzie E. Friend
Clifford E. Corn man... . ClearfrTd twp
Ellie Fennell *.
Frank Killmeyer Summit twp
Annie B. Smith Butler
Philip W. Ruff Butler
Emma Cromrn "
Audley F Miller New Kensington
Daisy McPherson Butler
Jonathan Andre Fairview twp
Mary L. Kamerer Chicora
J. B. Daubenspeck Parker twp
M L. Daubenspeck
Alexander Grief Carrtown
Catherine Bowser Butler
At Indiana, Pa. W. M. Huffman of
Butler Co. and Eda Potts of South
At Franklin John W. Mahood of
Argentine and Ellen Shuler of Hilliard.
At Pittsburg, Wm. Peters of Arm
strong county and Mae Shakley of But
Atlantic City l-'xcnrsion via i\ «V
W. and li A O. Ity.
June 28th, Jnly 12th, 26tli, August 9tli
and 23rd. 1900, are the dates for the
Pittsburg &- Western Excursion to At
lantic City via B. &<). Ry. All B. &
O. trains run via Washington D. C.
Rate from Butler SIO.OO. Tickets good
returning 16 days from date of sale.
Kt-dnced Ifatcsto Charleston, S.
via Pennsylvania Hail road.
For the meeting of the National
Educational Association at Charleston,
S. C., July ? 13, the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will sell excursion
tickets from all stations on its lines
! to Charleston at the rate of one fare for
the round trip, plus s.' 00 Tickets to
; Im; sold July sto 8, inclusive and to Is?
! good to return until Septemlter I, inclu
! sive. (in the return trip stop over will
be allowed at Washington on deiios
i it of ticket with Joint Agent and on
I payment of fee ot SI.OO.
Tin- I>u Hois Race*.
The First Ward Hose team w nt over
toDnßois Tuesday morning, arriving
j then- at Ip. ni r:»ced that afternoon.
' started for Bailer again at 3:05 a m.
Wednesday and were houie at <i :io
They took second money *?."> in the
host- race.and first *75, in the hook-and
\ The races were fair and wen- won on
merit, and the bovs were well satisfied
with their treatment by Dnßoi- War
ren ran first in the hose race, lint their
hose failed to come otf. and they were
not given a mark.
Union City $l5O 34:
Butler 75 81 4-6
Philipsburg 35 4-5
Union City .SIOO 22 4 5
Pliilipsburg 50 28
Butler 1 5
Warren 23 1-5
HOOK-A ND-LA ODER.
Batler $75 28 4-5
Warren 35 20 4-5
This is a new record for the hub-and
hnb race the old one being 2'J 1-5.
The men who ran were manager John
Cole, Rob. McCntcheon, Earl Clinton,
Holly Wilson, Ed Campbell, Charles
Hoch Theodore Leedom. Joe Elliott,
Clarence Williamson, Will Heineman,
Leonard Rockenstein, E. H. Negley.
Engene Morrrisoii. Jack Feigel and Joe
Charles Donglas. Geo. Bnrckhaltcr.
Al. Bell, Register \V. J. Adams, Leon
' Schloss and wife, Harry (rrieb and wife,
Mrs. Joe Elliott and a number of other
Bntlerites accompanied the t.-aui
The IH>VS attribute their defeat to too
mnch practice running Monday even
They had a lively experience with
John Nellie, the Italian proprietor of
the hotel Wayne at which they stopped.
After tliej races Manager Cole gave Nel
lie two sealed envelopes containing *24-4
to put in the -hotel safe until ready to
leave. A fexr minutes before train tin e
Col ■ asked the clerk for the money. It
was not in the safe The proprietor
was routed out of bed and at first said
he had given the money back, then
denied all knowledge of it. told But'.er
to go to h and went back to bed.
Half a dozen went up after him routed
him out again, reminded him that he
had put the envelopes in his inside vest
pocket instead of the safe, and then he
reluctantly gave them up.
Pawnee Bill's Great shows.
We are advised that Pawnee Bills
Combined R. R. Show, Historical Wild
West Indian Musenm, Grand Hippo
drome and Congress of noted Chiefs and
Cow Bovs, Vaqueros and a limitless
number of special features, will pay as
a visit within a short space of time
It is under a management which has,
in the past 15 years gained a most
enviable reputation for dealing honestly
and liberally with the public, and of
presenting many features new and
startling and many feat* which delight,
amaze and amuse. Our exchanges
speak in the highest terms of both the
exceptional merit and high character of
this grand combination, and it is the
kind of show to which our readers will
extend a hearty welcome. Genuine
novelties and something new at reason
able prices, in place of empty bombast
and brazen extortion, are what people
want now, and will liberally patronize.
REDUCED KATES TO CINCIN
NATI AND KKTI KN.
Via Pennsylvania Kailroad.
For the annual convention of the Bap
tist Young People's Union of America,
to be held at Cincinnati, July 12— 15,
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will sell excursion tickets from all sta
tions on its line to Cincinnati at one
fare for the ronnd trip. Tickets to be
sold and good going July 10 to 18, in
clusive, and to retuni until July 17.
inclusive; but if tickets be deposited
with the Joint Agent at Cincinnati on
or before July 14, and if fee of fifty
cents l>e paid, the return limit will be
extended to August 10, inclusive.
Excursion to Allegheny.
Commencing Sunday, May (sth. the
Sunday excursion fare from Butler to
Allegheny will be one dollar for tickets
good going on train leaving Butler at
*OS a. m , City time, returning on train
leaving Allegheny at 5.30 p. in. city
Sl'MMKlt Ol TINGS.
Personally-Conducted Tours via
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
annonnees the following Personally -
Conducted Tours for the Summer of
To the North, including Niagara
Falls, Thousand Islands, the St. Law
rence, Montreal, Quebec, the Saguenay,
Au Sable Chasm, Lakes Cbamplaiu and
George, and Saratoga, July 21 to Aug.
4 and August 11 to 25. Rate,sl2s for
the round trip, from New York, Phil
adelphia. Baltimore, Washington, and
Harrisburg, including all necessary ex
penses. Proportionate rates from other
For itineraries and futher informa
tion apply to ticket agents, or address
Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant General Pas
senger Agent, Philadelphia.
Itedneed Kates to Philadelphia.
On account of the Republican Nat
ional Convention at Philadelphia, June
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will sell excursion tickets to Philadef
phia from all stations on its line at rate
of cne fare for the round trip (minimum
rate 50 cents). Tickets will be sold and
good going June 15 to 111, inclusive, and
returning to June 20, inclusive.
Wheat, wholesale price <SO-65
Oats, " 27
Corn, " 41
Hay, " 12 00
Eggs, " 13
Butter, " 8-12
Potatoes. " 25 35
Lettuce, per lb. 10 12
Chicken, dressed, per lb 10-12
Onions per dozen bunches 15
Rhubarb, per doz bunches. 15 20
Radishes, per doz bunches 1"> 2o
Beets " " 25 A
.11 I.Y ROL'ISTII KXCL'ICSIONS.
Excursion tickets will be sold between
all stations on the P. B. & L. E. R. R.
July 3rd and Ith, good returning July
sth, at one fare for the round trip.
Special attractions, including three ex
liibitions by Pawnee Bill's Wild West
Show, Tickets to the Park, including
admission to the 'Wild and Wooly
West" on the Fourth, will be sold on
above dates at one fare plus 25 cents.
Admission to the show if paid at the
entrance will be fifty cents.
KKI»rCKI> K.VI'KS 'I'D
Via I'einis.ylViuiisi Kailroad for
tin; National Prohibit ton Conven
For the benefit of all persons wishing
to be in f'h'cago during the National
Prohibition Convention, the Pennsylva
nia Railroad Company will sell round
trip tickets to Chicago at rate of one
fare for the round trip. Tickets to be
sold and good going June 25 and 20, and
returning, after proper validation by
the Joint Agent of the terminal lines at
Chicago, leaving Chicago to June
inclusive. A fee of twenty-five cents
for each ticket, will be collected by the
Joint Agent when tickets are validated
for return passage.
Immediately on North MeKean St.,
near Nixon's Home, good wages will be
paid. Inquire on premises, opposite
Capt. Ay res' house.
Farm of 6r acres, two miles north of
West Sunhury, good house, good water.
Will sell cheap or exchange for small
I farm near Butler. Sec W. J. BI.ACK,
Market *1.25 this morning
PARKER TWI* —Steele has a good
' gasser on the T. S. Fleming, and Heinei
one n the Montgomery.
CoM.ESVll.Lfc;—Hon. J. B. Showal
ter's well on the Ed. Sweeney is go<xl
. for 15 barrels. He has a rig upon thi
ZET.IEXOL'LE Snyder & Cos No 1,
Baker heirs is through the 100-foot and
is go. >d for 10 barrels.
PENN TWP Miller I!C Savior's new
well on the Marshall, '>n Thorn Creek
started off at <>o blls. a day. It is but a
few rods from the old Armstrong and
CALLERV Christy Bros, got a fair
_, r ar- well in the fourth sand on the Jus.
Crawford. The Forest Oil Co s. No. 10
on the Ramsey has a rock pressure of
' :!>jo. The well on the W. H Ramsey is
still jjolding up at 50 barrels, and Byers
has a fishing job on the Nathan Ramsey.
Mi LI.EKSTOWX —Wester man & Cos.
No 2, on the Blatt is good for 50 bar
rel-: Campbell & Murphy's No. 2 on the
Charles Riley 10 barrels; Floch Bros. iSj
Co s. No. 1 on the Blatt 4o barrels and
Slater 3nd Co. have one due on the Mc-
Oeorge MeElhoes of North Washing
ton street was seriously injured on the
P. B. & R. trestle near the crossing of
s Main street, last Saturday morning.
A falling plank struck his head and
knocked him into the oj»en sewer below
He was taken to his home and the cat
sewed up, and will get well.
The Graham Reunion.
A reunion of the descendants of
Robert Graham was held in the old
Graham home on N. Main St. last
Monday. The building was occupied
by John B. Graham and his family for
nearly half a century, and it will te
torn down at once by the present owner
of tile lot. J. V. Ritts.
Those present were Robert Graham.
Meadville; Rev. Loyal Y. Graham, I).
D . Philadelphia Mr- Joseph Park.
John Park. Harry D. Graham and
James Graham. Allegheny; William
Heiner, Kittanning; John Heiner ami
family Heiner station. Newton Rodgers
Grove City. Mrs Kennedy, Mrs. B.
McCandless, Mioses Mary and Eleanor
Graham. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Graham
and Miss Margaret. Charles G. Graham
and daughter Blanche, Miss Salome and
Dolph Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Graham.
Wilson Graham and Mr. and Mrs. John
C. Graham, all of Butler.
Ki;i>l < El> KATES TO K ANSAS
Via Pennsylvania Kailroad.
For the National Democratic Conven
tion to be held at Kansas City, July 4.
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will sell excursion tickets to Kansas
City from all stations on its line at rate
of one first-class fare for the round trip.
Tickets to be sold and good going July
1. 2. and 3. and to return until July !>,
inclusive. These tickets will be good
on all trains except the Pennsylvania
Limited, and must be used for contin
FARM FOR SALE-
The farm in Winfield township near
Leasureville, known as the William
Beckett farm and containing one
hundred acres of good ground, all
cleared excepting about 30 acres of good
timber, good brick house and large
frame barn, good springs and good
orchard, is for sale. Inquire of Jas. M.
Galbreath. Esq., in Butler, or 11. F.
Foster, in Leasureville. Butler Co., Pa.
A YALI'AIiLE PUBLICATION.
The Pennsylvania Kailroad I'.MM)
Summer Excursion Koute l>ftok.
On June 1 the Passenger Department
of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will publish the 1900 edition of its Sum
mer Excursion Route Book. This work
is designed to provide the public wiih
descriptive notes of the principal Sum
mer resorts of Eastern America, with
the best routes for reaching them, and
the rates of fare. It contains all the
principal seashore and mountain resorts
of the East, and over seventeen hundrt <1
different routes or combinations of
routes. The book has been compiled
with the greatest care, and altogether is
the most complete and comprehensive
handbook of Summer travel ever offered
to the public.
The cover is handsome and striking,
printed in colors, and the book contains
several maps, presenting the exact
routes over which tickets are sold.
The book is profusely illustrated with
fine half tone cuts of scenery at the
various resorts and along the lines of
the Pennsylvania Railroad.
On and after June- 1 this very interest
ing book may be procured at any Penn
sylvania Railroad ticket office at the
nominal price of ten cents, or ujion
application to the general office, Broad
Street Station, by mail for twenty
Pawnee Bill's Show .
Despite the drenching rain 15,000 peo
ple filed through the doors of the mon
ster canvas enclosed park yesterday, to
witness the performance given by
Pawnee Bill's Wild West, which de
lighted' everybody.—Montreal Can.,
Mr. John A. Goetz, of the First ward
of Butler, will sell his planing mill at a
very low price. His lot is 100 by 145
and is along and near the Pittsburg &
Western Railroad. For further par
ticulars inquire at CITIZEN office, But
Maker to Wearer.
Every self-respecting man desires to
be well dressed; his friends and neigh
bors respect him all the more.
A well-dressed man is always at peace
with himself and the whole world.
The Chicago Tailors' Association, is a
union of practical Tailors, asking only
fair wages for their labor. They arc all
artists in their line—it is impossible for
tliem to make other than high-gradt
garments. Even the lowest t'rH si'il
(express prepaid) cannot be duplicated
at anywhere near our prices. It will paj
you to call on the Salesman or send bin:
a postal and he will call on you with tin
finest line of cloths ever shown.
I. 11. PISOR,
LOW K \ TICS TO KANSAS! IT*
\ia Tlie Pittsburg »V WeHtem
I tail way.
Account National Democratic Con
vention, agents of Pittsburg & West
ern Ry. will sell tickets to Kansas Citj
and return, on July Ist, 2d and 15(1, good
for return leaving Kansas City not
later than July 9tli, at One Fare for the
Round Trip Fare from Butler *21.75.
The Handsomest and Most Con
venient Trains From Butler lo
Buffalo ami Kochester,
The handsome new vestibnled trains
on the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg
Railway are becoming very popular.
These trains are the only solid vestibnl
ed trains operated between Butler, Buf
falo and Rochester and are composed of
elegant high back seat day CDaches.
cafe and free reclining chair cars, mak
ing fast time and affording superior
Train leaves Butler daily at 10.12 A.
M., arriving in Buffalo 5:45 P. M. and
Rochester 0:35 P. M. Corresponding
trains leave Rochester !t A. M arid
Buffalo !) 45 A. M , arriving in Butlei
5:554 P. M
WANTED Christian man or wo
man to qualify for permanent position ol
trust in your home county. s*so yearly,
Enclose self-addressed, stamped enve
lo*>e to K S. WALLACE, General
Secretary, care of the CITIZKN.
Hot plates, ovens and cookers in fuel
the Ijest line of gas saving appliance."
ever shown in Butler. The prices ar*
right and before purchasing elsewhere,
you will do well to call at Geo. \V
Whitehill's, the pluml>er.
Re\ S. O. Hart of the Egyptian mis
sion lectures in the L". P. church next
; Tuesday evening.
The speeches and discussions at the
sessions of the Pittsburg Lutheran
Synod, in session last week at Ligonier,
have brought out some interesting fact*
in connection with the history of th<
Synod. It was organized in Pittsburg
on January 15. ls4."i, with eight pastors
and six laymen, these persons represent
, ing 22 congregations, scattered over
: Westmoreland. Washington. Allegheny
! Butler Beaver. Armstrong, Clarion.
Warren. < rawfonl and Erie counties.
Rev Michael Steck. whose memory i.»
' held dear by all Lutherans in Western
j Pennsylvania, was the first President of
I the Pittsburg Synod and Rev. l)r W.
| A. Passavant the noted philanthropist.
! acted as the first Secretary, while
George Weyman, a former well-known
business man, acted as Treasurer. Of
the persons who participated in this
historic meeting but one. Rev. Dr.
David Earhard of Philadelphia survives.
HALF FAKE EXCURSIONS.
Via The Pittsburg «.V Western
Ronnd trip tickets on sale July 3d and
4th, good until July sth to all local
j points and to points on connecting lines
westbound, within a radius of 200
miles from starting point, at the usual
fare one way.
1 am buying wool at same iocation as
last season, Graham Bro's grocery store,
will pay the market price in cash, have
110 merchandise of any kind to ex
change. W. F RUMHERUER.
Those fine $1!» flak Bedroom Suits at
Amy & Brown's are going. Some extra
fine suits will arrive soon. He have a
large selection of suits on hand always.
Agents of thetßessemer R. R. will
sell excursien tickets July 3rd and 4th,
good returning the sth. at one fare for
the round trip.
The fourth large invoice of Go-Carts
have just arrived at Amy & Brown's.
They are beauties. Lowest prices.
Commencement and wedding pres
ents at bargain prices.
R L KiRKPATRICK. Jeweler,
Geo. W. Wliitehill, the plumber, has
the most complete line of hot plates,
ovens and cookers that he has ever had.
Prices to suit everybody. Call and ex
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
New, four-room house for sale In
quire at this office
Amy Brown have the largest as
sortment of Couches to be found in the
county. We have them in Velonr,
Tapestry or Leather, smooth or tufted.
All tufted couches have patent button
from cheapest to more expensive ten
row shallow tufting with hair top. We
can show you the finest leather couch
ever offered in Butler for the money.
Parties wishing to purchase or sell
oil properties, farms, city residences or
real estate of any kind, should call upon
Wm. Walker,in Ketterer's b'd'g,opposite
P, O. Butler Pa. Peoples Phone No. 174.
Gas stoves in all styles and prices at
W. H. O'BRIEN & SON'S,
107 E. Jeflersou St.
WANTED —Men to hew ties. Good
wages paid. Address P. O. Box 229,
Music scholars wanted at 12S West
Notice To Teachers
The Jefferson township School Board
will meet at the Hannahstown School
House, No. 2. on June the 23d, at 2
o'clock p. m. for the purpose of electing
teachers for coming school year.
Wages *35 and *4O per month
By Order of the Board,
Jos. H. BARK, Sec.,
Great Belt, Pa.
A GORGEOUSLY BOUND
Work of an. has just been issued iu New
York at an outlay of over SIOO,OOO for
which the publishers desire a Manager
in this county, also a good solicitor;
good pay to rigtt party. Nearly 100
full-page engravings, sumptuous paper,
Humiliated covers and bindings; over
?oo golden lillies in the morocco bind
ings; nearly 100 golden roses in the
cloth bindings Sells at sight; presses
■ running day and niglit so great is the
sale. Christian men and women making
fortunes takiug orders. Rapid promo
tions. One Christian woman made clear
SSOO in four weeks taking orders among
her church acquaintances and friends.
Write us. It may lead to a permanent
paying position to manage our business
and look after our large correspondence,
which you can attend to right at your
home. Address S. C. KNOWLES,
12 East 15th Street, New York.
The School Board of Concord town
ship, will receive bids up to 2 o'clock.
July sth, IMO, for the building of a
Plans and specifications for said house
may be seen at I. L. Cumberland's,
Hooker, Pa., after June 21st.
Contractor will be reqiYired to give
bond in sum double the amount of con
tract for the completion of the work.
Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
By order of School Board.
A. J. STOOPS, Pres.
A. L. BROWN, Sec y.
AUDITORS' REPORT OK CLINTON
township School Board for the year
end I ok June 4, 1900.
N UDl ber of schools.. »i
Number of months taught. T
Number of teachers employed n
Saleries of teachers $40.0° per month. « MI
Number of scholars In attendance, male lit
Average daily attendance Kfl
percentage of attendance. . .71
Cost of each pupil per month.. $1 1
Number of mills levied for school purposes
James K. Kiddle, Col. In account with
Clluton township School Board.
To amount of duplicate .. fwsn fM
"t per cent added to |IJO I I unpaid taxes.
Jan I 8 •
Total 1191 Al
Exonerations 21 I*7
Rebate 21 IS
Pees of Oolleetoi B M SO "•
t hi i 4:
, Paid t«> Treat (HI »
Bal. due from Col .... §$ 11
Wm. McKibbln, Treas.
Kec. from Col. of 1*96 ~ 40 07
" J. I». Harbison,Treas.
of 1808 71 00
State appropriation. 1075 II
Received from Collect lor M&l
(H h< r sources 83 04 39 i:
ity vouchers ZtSO 00
Treas. per cent .. 4H 40 41
Hal. In hand of Treas 310
Amount due from collector 60 I!
Total resources SJ7I li
Witness our hand this I dav of June. l'*on.
J I) IIAKBiHOX. Pres.
TIIOH. A. HAY, Sec.
We have examined the above account and
lind it correct.
L S. LAHDIN.
il C MONTGOMERY.
PI'BLH SCHOOL FINANCIAL STATK
MFNT of Concord School District, But
ler-county, Pennsylvania, for the fiscal
year ending .June Ist, 1900.
TiIKAHUHEN'S ACCOUNT MONEY KM hi VKI».
Balance on hand from lasi year ? :joo to
ICecelved from State appropriation I mm i 7
From Col., Including taxes of all kinds 1797 M
Total Uccelpts .'WOI 09
TilEASntEK'g ACCOUNT- MONEY PAII> OUT.
For teachers* wages.. $1942 &0
Amount paid teachers for attending
county Institute. .... .TO H7
For rent and repairs . *
For fuel and contingencies 187 01
Fee.* of Col. 13. Treasurer s."»*« *'.»
Salary of Secretary.expenses, station
• ry. |)o>,i etc 80 81
For printing and Auditors' fees 9 no
For enforcing compulsory law U 00
For text hooks 108 81
For supplies (other than text liook)
including maps, globes, etc. 270 no
Expense of I>!rectors at Co. Institute 4
Total money paid out :.'1»I4 70
ItCHOURCES AND LIABILITIES.
Cash on hand 10
A mount due i M rlct U8
Amount due Treasurer. .. . 114 M
We hereby certify that we have examined
i tie above and Hud It correct.
.1 11. WICK. j
W. H. KIT I IN, Auditors.
M W. CAMPBELL.)
W it ne-.-, on r hands this ttli day of June.
1000 A J ST< KJl'B, I'resldt nt.
A. L. BIiOWN, Secretary.
The Only Way
Ot getting what you ant is
to purchase from reliable
sources. You may not need
our goods often.but when want
ed v >J want them prompt
ly and want the best. The
sickroom is no place for ex
periments. Our prescription
department is the most im
poitant one with us and we
leave nothing undone to
secure only the best. A drug
may be pure but not up to
the standard in strength.
Nothing short of the best is
thought of with us.
Our trade is lar«e enoueh to
keep goods moving so that
we have no old stock. Our
methods of doing business
ve think will warrant you in
coming back. Every article
bearing our name is guaran
teed to be just as represented
or your money back.
C. N. Boyd,
On the Diamond.
Near the Court House.
Clerk's Notice in
In the District t'ourt of the t'nltod
fur ilii- Western l>istrlct »f lVunsylvaul.t.
Curtis A. .furnison, of Mars.of Butler county.
Pennsylvania. :i bankrupt under th« Act of
■ Congress of July 1. I s ". having applied for a
full dischare from all debts provable against
his estate under said Act. notice is hereby
gived to all known creditors and other
persons In interest, ui appear liefore the
said Court at Pittsburg, in said District, on
the Uth day of July, at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon. lo show cause. If anv they have, why
the prayer of the said petitioner should not
WILLIAM T. LINDSEV,
Whereas, letters of administration
have been issued to me in the estate of J.
W. Burton, late of Middlesex twp., But
lei county, Pa., dec'd.,all persons owing
the said estate will please call and settle,
and all persons having claims against the
same will please present them duly
authenticated for payment.
J. L. BURTON, Adm'r.,
Flick, Butler Co., Pa.
S. F. & A. L. BOWSER, Att'ys.,
Letters of administration on the estate
of Henry Ladabour, dee'd., late of
Cranberry township, Butler Co., Pa.,
having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons knowing themselves indebted
to 'said estate will please make immediate
payment, and any having claims against
said estate will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement to
JOHN F. SHANNON, Adm'r.,
Letters of administration having been
granted to the undersigned on the estate
of William R. Park, dee'd., late of Mid
dlesex township, Butler county, Pa., all
persons knowing themselves indebted to
said estate will please make immediate
payment; and any having claims against
shid estate will present them duly au
ttenticated for settlement to
MARY J. PARK, Adm'x.
Glade Mills, Pa.
Letters of administration on the estate
of Ervilla Miller, dee'd., late of Adams
township, Butler Co., Pa., having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will please make immediate pa /-
uient, and any having claims against
said estate will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement to
JOSEPH MILLER, Adm'r.,
S. F. & A. BOWSER, Att'ys.
EXECUFOR'S ~N OTIC E.
Letters testamentary on the estate of
George \V. Mush rush, dee'd., late of
Centre twp., Butler Co., Pa., having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said
estate will please make immediate pay
ment,and any having claims against said
I estate will present them duly authenti
cated for settiement to
W. W. MI'SHRUSH, )
- or !• Ex'rs.
SAMUEL SHAFFNER. SR.. )
Notice is hereby given that Jacob C.
ilrown, guardian of the estate of Kosannu
lirown. lias filed bis first and Una! account
at No. .i* March T„ tu»o. and that the same
will be presented to Court, for confirmation
at fept. T., WOO.
J. M. McC'oi,t,omiH, Pro.
liy virtue of writs of Fl. Fa. Issued out. of
the Court of < 'ommon Pleas of Butler coun
ty, Pa., and to me directed, there will be ex
posed to public sale, at the court house, In
the borough of Butler, Pa., on
Monday, the 2d Day of July, A. D. 1900,
at 1 o'clock p in., the following descrlliod
E. I>. Nos. 30. *l. II and 4:.'. Sept. T.. limn. Levi
M. Wise, Alt y.
All the right, title, interest and claim of
Alpheus Dunbar, being the undivided one
seventh Interest; also the one-seventh roy
alty interest In t lie oil and gas of. In and to
all t bat. certain piece or parcel of land, sit u
ated In Forward township, llutler county.
Pa., bounded as follows, to-wit: Oil the
north by lands of Pfelfer heirs, on the east
by lands of Stewart lielrs, and Matthew
Stewart. <lll tlie south and on the west by
lands of Pfe'.."er heirs, and John A. Irwin,
containing thirty acres, more or less, being
the same lands owned by Margaret liunbar 111
her lifetime and at the tltne of her death:
and devised by her to her children, see will
on record, having tliereon erected a two
story frame house stable and outbuildings.
Seized and taken In execution as the prop
erty of Alpheus Dunbar at the suit of Hoggs
,V Klein for use and Nicholas Itros.
TERMS OF HALE The following must bo
strictly compiled with when property Is
I. When the plaint Iff or other lien creditor
becomes the purchaser, tlie costs on the writ
must be paid, and a list of the liens. Includ
ing mortgage searches on the property sold,
1 together with such lieu creditor's receipt*
for t he amount of the proceeds of t he sale or
such port lon thereof as he may claim, must
be furnished the Sheriff.
'I. All bills must be paid 111 full.
•I. All sales not settled Immediately will lie
continued until one o'clock. P. M., of the
next day at which time all property not
sett led for will again be put up and sold at
the expense and risk of the person to whom
•See Purdon's Digest, oth edition, page 4tli.
and Smith's Forms, page I*4.
THOMAS It. IIOON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. Butler. I'a.. June llth, IVOO
yoUNU MEN WANTED, with fair
I education and good character, to
LKAKN TELEGRAPHY, Kailroad ac
counting and typewriting. This is en
dorsed by all leading railway companies
as the only perfect and reliable institn
tion of its kind. All our graduates are
assisted to positions. Ladies also admit
ted. Write for free catalog.
'Fall term opens August 15th)
GLOHF. TKLKCUAPII COLI,KUK.
J. W. MEYKRS
Pianos and Organs.
McFANN P. 0., Butler Co., l r
If you want a pian
or organ drop me a
line and 1 will CPI
Ss a Price Most Anyone Can Afford.
$lO however is thought b0 some to be quite ioo
little for u yood suit.
Opinions differ just c-s prices do but if you'll tal<e
the trouble to lool< up these suits we're telling about
See with a critical eye their real excellence, their true wort;,,
fullness, why, you'll agree with us and others that these SUITS
AT $lO are worthy garments for any man, and you're not adverse to
saving $2.50 —no matter what your income may be.
Another point- and one that ought to interest you, is the large
choice in weaves and colors.
$lO gives you in our suits carefully Tailored, Stylish, Perfect
Hanging, Superb Fitting,
Schaul & Nast,
137 South Main St., Butler.
* ■ _
|The Surprise Store i
►J 108 South Main street, Butler, Pa. \
i NO USE TALKING! i
*4 THE KEYSTONE UNION MADE !
J Overalls, 'Jackets and Pints ►
i Are the best that human hands can make. If ►
m they rip bring them back and get a new pair. i
The Keystone Corduroy Pants are made from ►
W the best corduroy. A new pair or money back
to every dissatisfied customer.
H THE SURPRISE STORE, i
BUTLER, PA. ►
i'J P Every week a record breaker and way
\ HVGrV ahead of the same week a year ago. j
A ■ New patrons who have tried other T
'A Wppk & GRAHAM «eU GOOD CLOTHING %
aud UP-TO-DATE FURNISHINGS for *1
w A ~ j less money than some btores sell the
A !j OTHER KIND, and we'd call your at-
7 A «a tention today, agaiu to • V
SS~~=~r£ HAMBURGERS CLOTHING A
M Record Lines of which grace our windows and Bj
fif A counters. Such workmanship, trimming C
[C =■- = = and general finish yon never before have
D mr» 1/fi, r» seen it'll pay you to look onr line W
Dl CdKUl' over before buying that SUMMER J
>A ...... - SUIT M
>4 Douthett & Graham. |3
TO FIT ALL SORTS OF FEET
Takes all sorts of Shoes. Small stores can't have big assort
ments. If you care how you and yours are shod, COME HERE!
That seems to be the cry. We're going to give our patrons the
best Oxford and Shoe opportunities that they'll hear of for many a day.
Will appreciate our Street Oxford*
shown here in great variety and not
There are nuff and velvety black and
brown "Kids.'' cool Russia and fwell
Patents. *1 00, *1 25. *1 50 and *2 00
buys a prettier tie here than anywhere
LOW CUTS AND HIGH CUTS
Low in prices; for style and wear,
away "up in <l." Any price you want
Who work out in all sorts of weather,
we have special shoes that protect,
absolutely wet proof, bat don't cost but
*l, £1 25, $1 50 and #2 00.
Just the cutest and daintiest
BABY'S SOFT SOLES
you ever saw at 25c, 35c and 50c.
B. C. HUSELTON S,
Uutler's Leading Bhoe Mouse. Opposito Hotel Lowrj.
A quick and sure cure for Rheuuiatiam, Gout, Lumbago Neuralgia and
Sciatica is !>r. Holton's Rheumatic Tablets
I>r. Holton's Rheumatic Tablets give almost instant relief and is prepared from
oneof the very best formulas known for that disease. It is the result of deep and
untiring research of a hospital specialist.
I'rice 50c a l)oxof sixty tablets. Prepared only by The Holton Chemical Co.,
N. Y., sold by
RIC DICK • c\ GROHMAN,
icx) N. Main St,. Butler, PH.
subscribe for the CITIZtN
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES
Any woman who will take the trouble
to compare ours with others wonld not
think of buying anything but Queen
Quality for Women and only s:t.oo.
LADIES' KID BOOTS
at *1 50, $2 00 and f'i 50, are the v
est shoes that ever came to town It
tickles the women half to death t<> see
the way they fit. These will cost yon
50c more a pair at other stores.
Are Your Children'B Feet
It's an outrage to fit growing feet in
a manner repeatedly called to onr at
tention the past few weeks. If you
want your children to have faultless
feet, START NOW' and have ns fit
theni with Natnre-ahape shoes. d