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OH ILL W
Are the dread of those whose lungs are
"weak." > Some fortunate people can
follow the summer as it goes southward,
and escape the cold blasts of winter and
the chill airs of spring. But for the ;
majority of people this is impossible.
Family cares and \
tions hold them
V JCBj " Weak" lungs
\ MS HH are made strong
by the use of Dr.
stops the nem
to the ema-
am a railroad
Barclay, Osage Co..
II Kaus., "and four
f\ f years ago ray work
K keeping rae in a
warm room and
stepping out fre-
cold air gave me bronchitis, which became
chronic and deep seated. Doctors failed to
reach ray case and advised rae to try a higher
air, but. fortunately for rae. a friend also advised
me to try Dr. Pierce's medicines. I commenced
taking your ' Golden Medical Discovery,' and by
the time I had taken the first bottle I was bet
ter. and after taking about four bottles my
cough was entirely gone. I have found no ne
cessity for seeking another climate."
Sometimes a dealer, tempted by the
little more profit paid on the sale of less
meritorious medicines, will offer the
customer a substitute as being "just as
good" as the "Discovery.''
You get the People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, the best medical work
ever published, free by sending stamps,
to pay expense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for book in paper
covers, or 31 stamps for cloth-boiwid vol
ume, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, NT. Y.
Drying preparations simply devel
op dry catarrh; they dry up the secretions,
which adhere to the membrane and decom
pose, causing a far more serious trouble than
the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry
ing inhalants, fumes, smokes and snuffs
and use that which cleanses, soothes and
heals. Elv's Cream Balm is such a remedy
and will cure catarrh or cold in the head
easily and pleasantly. A trial size w ill be
mailed for 10 cents. All druggists sell the
50c. size. Ely Brothers, 56 Warren St., N.l.
Tlite Balm cures without pain, does not
irritate or cause sneezing. It spreads itself
over an irritated and angry surface, reliev
ing immediately tho painful inflammation.
With Ely's Cream Balm you aro armed
against Nasal Catarrh and Hay Fever.
After fifty years Dr. Humphreys'
Specifics enjoy the greatest popularity
and largest sale in their history, due to
intrinsic merit. They cure the sick.
HO, CUBES. rRICES.
I—Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. .25
a—Worms. Worm Fever, Worm CoUc... .25
3—Teething. Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .23
4—Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 25
7—Coagli», Colds, Bronchitis 25
B—Xenrnlsln. Toothache,Faceache 25
9—Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25
10 —Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weak Stomach.2s
. 11 —Suppressed or Painful Periods 2,5
l!i— Whites. Too Profuse Periods 25
13—Croup. Laryn(j'<l«, Hoarseness 25
14—Salt Rheum, Erysipelas .25
15—Rheumatism. Rheumatic Pains 25
16—Malaria, Chills, Fever aid Ague 23
19—Catarrh. Influenza, Coidln the Head .23
HO— Whooping-cough 25
!£7—Ridney Diseases 25
!M-Jlervoui Debility 1.00
30—Urinary Weakness, Wetting Bed.. .25
77 —Grip. Hay Fever 25
Sold by druggists, or sent on receipt of price.
*3" Dr. Humphreys' New Pocket Manual
of all Diseases mailed free.
Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor. William and
John SU., Mew York.
—: WE TEACH :
>• Mechanical Drawing, Mechanical Engineer
ing. Electrical Engineering, Machine Design,
eiti'uctiirai Iron Work, Bridge Work. Architect
ural Drawing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Type
writing, Penmanship, Higher Mathematics and
English Branches. Individual Instruction.
Day and Ktglit Sessions.
PEN VA. COItItESPONDEXCE SCHOOL,
10:ij FIFTH AVE., I'ITTSHUIIG, 1»A.
Wo can turn your
Into elegant, durable, handsome
Rugs and Druggets.
Only Oriental Weavers employed.
SILK RAGS woven Into beautiful and
Our terms are so moderate—no matter the
•llstance—lt will pay you to send to us.
DAVID LOVE & CO.,
829 Third" Avenue. 1-03-Om
(L. D. Phone.) New|Brigliton, Pa.
\V iVTED-We want Bookkeepers,
t i iv.iliu clerks, shipping, lull and re
, „ ~,ni» mn to learn trulej; luachln
,l , liveterx: warehousemen for rall
i„ ~il flftv new orders. Writequick,
, , I:'.,m 203, sii I.HK rty Ave.
JfiO.OO a month and expenses. Can cotn
with cliunce of advancement. We can give
you tills county as a starting point if desirea
.ind outline new territory as fast as required.
Look up our standing at your local hank sna
satisfy yourself that we are O. k. liuanc al
ly, and then write us at once if v<>u tnaan
business. No tritiers need apply, as we want
workers who expect to earn a good income.
F.rst National Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y
Lruchncr-Tlie Ladles' Tailor,
>: as got over from the East many beautiful stylet
. ! models and materials, also books of samples a.
I very description, which he would be pleased V
show visitors, lie will also open on April Ist,
mother Oranrh at '2104 Fifth avenue, E. E., Thi
lirm guarantees perfect fit. 624 I'enn Ave., Pitta
buig, l'a. Bell Phone 3414—5 Grant.
A safe, certain, relk Suppressed
j, Menstruation. Neve r to fail. Hafe!
. Sure! ftpeedy! Satisfaction Guaranteed
S or luonev Itefunded. Nt prepaid for
F SI.OO per Fx)X. Will send themon trlaj. to
p be paid for when relieved. Hamples Free.
I UWITCP MEDICAL CO., BOX 74. L.ANCABTEW. PA.
Sold in Butler at the Centre Ave.
—DENTAL ROOMS." V
l»*stOE 39-sth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa It
Ik 31 CROWN *.nd PF.ii-.jt wnrkt-.
°f I'lUsburg— WHY .NOT DC L
(Ml YOU RS? <i"ld CROWN" L*
i|.j Vlnul BRtDGIT "work re<lticc«l ft J*
*f PER TOOTH Also t'n 3
, W of '!'ee:l. u»:wie, ON L> jj
F« r Lailics' and Gcutlemeii's S«-al|» and Facial Mas
sage Specialists, Shampixiing and Mauicurlng,
Ituom 111 lltjon ltnlldiiii;. Pfiiu Avcuar
MRS. J. MTPOLAND,
500 Pro 11 Ave., PiUilmr^.
Manirarlnjf. Shan|HK>ing and Facial Massage,
llallwell's Klertrh- Hot and Cold Hair Dryer I'sed;
Ladies only. Teleulioiie tourl 93H -5.
See the sign dlrect
ly opposite the
Jt* Real Estate and
.5. Insurance Agency,
238 S. Main St.,
■■■l I f you have property
to sell, trade, or runt
rVjl or. want to buy or
AM rent eaii, write or
List Mailed Upon Application.
JACK MASON S WAGER
HE WON IT IN GREAT STYLE WITH
OUT "TURNING A HAIR."
I'nlque Iluntlnu K*c»pndi- of n Fn
niotm Old Time VirKlnlu Sportsman.
Illrd Shootin* That o|>»-iird a Grim
Old Scotch Mia n*n Kyen.
From all accounts Jack Masor in hii
youth was the wildest rattling young
Made in the country. One of his sport-
In* escapades is a household tradition
down in old Quantico to this day, says
Alexander Hunter in Outing.
There was a large plantation in the
section owned and worked by a Scotch
man, an elderly man, who employed no
overseer, but filled the place himself.
He was the typical stern, bigoted
Scotch Covenanter as drawn by the
immortal pen of the Wizard of the
North. He was a fanatic in all things
und was utterly out of place among
the pleasure loving Virginia gentry. It
was the irrepressible antipathy of the
Cavalier and Puritan—the rising of the
bristles of the boar at the approach of
the staghounds. Ho herded by himself,
and they left him severely alone. The
canny Scot was himself no sportsman,
nor would he allow any of the neigh
bors to fire a gun on his place.
Now it happened there was a large
ball near by, with Jack Mason in at
tendance, of course, and during the
night the young planters discussed the
chances of autumn shooting and de
plored the failure of all their efforts to
be allowed to uunt on the Scotchman s
preserves. Jack Mason offered to bet
liis favorite horse against any of equal
value that he would shoot over that
preserve on the morrow and with the
full and free consent of the owner. He
was asked if he knew him personally
or had unknown means of winning h*>
He answered In the negative and
added he had never even met the Scot
in his life. Tho wager was closed there
The next morning as the old Cove
nanter was walking up and down the
porch enjoying his after breakfast pipe
a strange apparition advanced up the
gravel walk and took off his three coi
nered hat and made him a sweeping
t».v. The Scot winked his eyes and
loOked again. He saw a slender, effem
inate looking fellow some twenty-five
years old who seemed literally to have
stepped from the ballroom. His ruffled
shirt frout was adorned with a dia
mond, mother of pearl buttons gleamed
on his sky blue coat, and his satin small
clothes glistened in the sunshine. A
pair of silk stockings were gartered by
a love knot bow of blue ribbon, and his
dancing pumps were decorated by a
jeweled buckle. He carried a gun in
one hand, and two pointer dogs trooped
at his heels.
"Well, what do you want?" asked the
In a mincing voice the intruder asked
his gracious permission to shoot a few
birds, saying he had been dancing all
night at Warwick hall and needed a
little morning exercise.
The Scot gazed at him with the same
feeling perhaps that his stalwart moun
tain bred ancestor had at the perfumed
dainty fops of Charles ll.'s court. He
was about to utter a curt and positive
refusal when his grim Scotch humor
got the better of him. He came near
hilarious laughter as he saw that deli
cately clothed creature standing so
clean, jaunty and nice and then pic
tured him returning from the hunt, his
costly attire in rags, his tender limbs
scratched, his morning glory all gone.
So he smiled in his beard and asked
him if he intended to hunt just as he
was dressed. He was answered in the
affirmative. So he gave his assent that
his unknown guest for that one day
might shoot all he pleased, and then he
started off for the low grounds to at
tend to the eornshucking.
A short time after his negro manager
came running up to him and said:
"Marster, there won't be a bird left
on dis here place. De man's a debbil.
and the dogs is the debbil, and the gun
is a debbil."
Dropping his work, the owner hur
ried to the scene, and lie opened his
eyes very wide indeed at what he saw.
In the front of the house was a stubble
field of several hundred acre 3 that had
been harvested in wheat the same
year. It was as level as a table and an
ideal feeding place for the quail. For
many years they had whistled, mated
and fed around the place all undis
turbed until they became almost as
tame as barnyard fowls. The owner
saw the dogs stand motionless, saw the
dandy sportsman pick his way genjly
where they were, saw a few birds rise
and two puffs of smoke, followed by
a nearly simultaneous report. Two
birds dropped, then the dogs retrieved,
and the game was handed to a nonde
script negro lad whom the sportsman
had picked up somewhere, who had
tied the birds to a string and wrapped
them around his body until he was
half hidden from view.
The gun was loaded and capped in
■ldeof a minute. The performance was
repeated. The man never hurried, the
dogs, beautifully trained, never bun
gled, the gun never missed, and the
dandy had, in sporting parlance, never
"turned a hair." The stockings were
n little colored by the chickweed, but
le was ready to lead the minuet that
The Scotchman at first was furiously
angry, but as be saw the matchlpss
work of the trinity of destructive
agents—man. gun. dog—so perfectly
blended into one, and beheld in the af
fected coxcomb the same metal which
under Rupert had again and
broken the steel fronted squares of
Cromwell's Ironsides, he advanced and
nsked his name, and when it was given
he answered. "I might have known it."
And that's how Jack Mason won his
The Letter "M" In Mother.
It lias been pointed out as a curious
fact that the letter "M" in almost all
known languages English, French,
Latin, Spanish. Creek. Hebrew, Chi
nese and the others—is to bo found in
the word which stands for mother or
nurse. Perhaps this is owing to its
representing a sound which exists in
every spoken speech and has the same
pronunciation in them all. It is also
exceedingly easy to utter and is one of
the first sounds that - children make,
and it therefore naturally enters into
the appellation jriven to the nursing
parent in the first cries of recognition
and affection. There is no doubt at all
that "ma" and the other baby names
for mother originated directly from the
An OhNerviiifc Clilltl.
One man in New York had social as
pirations which somewhat warped his
admiration of his homespun father.
The father actually sometimes relapses
into the barbarism of eating with his
knife. Hut the man has a little son
whose eyes seek and find out the truth.
The other day the little boy licked some
mashed potatoes from his knife, and
his mother eluded him. "Sammy, dear,"
she said, "only strpid people eat with
their knives." "How can you say that,
mamma?" cried the child. "Grandpa
eats with his knife. And he made all
Launelied on III* Literary Career.
"I understand your son has decided
to go in for literature."
"Yes, aud he's made a splendid start
"You don't say."
"Yes; he went to an unction this
morning and bought a secondhand
writing desk for only $4.98." —Catholic
Standard and Times.
Takes Soreness out of Wounds
nd Sprains, destroys fire in
• calds and Burns. Cures Croup
-i children relieves Fheuma'
m, and removes all Callous or
f ard Lumps. Felons. Lumbago.
?urisy> Sciatica, and ail deep
c fc, Sure, Speedy
. . tor Remedies Company offei-: •
*.> rd for anv certified case of Lockjaw
.- Hiood Poison, in man or beast, ri-M It
rg from the kick of an animal, fn ni
i:_ - insertion of a rusty nail, or fron.
wound, provided ictor Lininif
i, ipplied strictly according to directions
within 3 hours after wound has been re
For further particulars address.
VICTOR REMEDIES CO.,
Frederick, Mary U.i d
For sale at Reed's Pharmacy.
We have added a mnsical department
—pood music—good instruments and
everything that belongs to a music store.
Call and inspect the famons Merrill
Piano. One of the best high grade
pianos on the market. We can sell it
on easy payments.
Want a Violin, Mandolin. Banjo.
Gnitar or Accordeon, we have them.
Send for our catalogue of 10c sheet
music, containing over 1000 titles, ant)
we have them all in stock.
We will get any piece of music you
need, in fact we are in shape to supplv
all vonr wants in the musical line at
Near P. 0.. 241 S. Main St.
pAKOID. The Roofing with NO
A TAR. Won't dry out Won't
ANYONE can apply it. Tin*,
Nails and Cement in core of
REPRESENTS tl.e results «.
years oi Experience and Ex
/"iNLY requires painting <tvcr>
few years. Net when fir.st
r S Cheaper than Gravel, Sl.<te
rvEMAND for PAROID isw..rl.
MADE IN 1, 2 AND 3 PLY
Other Facts, Samples and Prices are
yours if you will ask us.
L C. WICK,
| Cabot Institute. §
Spring Term Opens ®
April 14th, 19C3. ($
Full Normal and
Classical Course &
C. W. Johnston, A 8., ®
jL J. M. SCOTT, Sec.,
Carbon Black. Pa &
Saxonburg Station, W
W P. R. R. $)
A STITCH IN
TIME SAVES NINE
That little colfl this strenuous wintry
weather has given yon may develop in
to something more serious. Better check
it at once. Lewiu's whiskey will do 't.
ALWAYS IN STOCK
FIXCH, LARUE. OVfcBHOLT.
<iU( Kt:MlKlfet:il. ST. VKBNON, THOBPKOS,
Wilt-OS, DILLIROKU. BRIDGEPORT,
and offer t'nem to you 6 year old at $1 per full
quart, G quarts » 00.
whiskey guaranteed 3 years old, SJ 00 per gal
lon. _ We pay express charges on all mail
orders of $5 00 or over. Goods snipped
ROBT. LEWIN & CO.
IN WIRES AHD LIQUORS,
Row UiSmitlilield Street, formerly
411 Water Street. PITTSBURG, PA.
•Phones: Bell P. k A. :455.
Of All Kinds,
At A'l Prices,
New Gas Cars us low a.s &4.~A Old Steamers
also all tlie Leading Prize Winners.
ARTZBERGER AUTO CO..
712 CEPAK AVENUS« - ALLEGHENY, PA.
in latest styles.
ARTZBERGER & CO.,
3-a>-3m 712 Cedar A venue, Allegheny. l'a.
THE JAS. MIIKTHA CO., 339 sth Ave..
Can sell your lieal Estate, Farm or Business.
A 1.1. TitANSACTIONS CONFIUENTIAI,.
DO VOI WANT TO SELL your farm or
other real estate? I can do It for you.
Bend me full particulars at once.
4-10-03-ly JOHN RODGER,
404 Keystone riltsliurg, l'a
| Wm. Foster. j
f Plans of all kind of buildings t
\ furnished on short notice. f
/ Office in Berg Building, j
3 Butler, Pa. v
Owego Valley Poultry Yards.
Buff Leghorns exclusively. At Au
burn, 4 entries, 3 firsts, 1 second. My
hen winning gold leg band for being the
best buff hen in the show-room. Eggs
$2 per 15, per 30.
MRS. C. W. HARRINGTON.
Harford Mills N. Y.
Crayon, Pastel, Sepia and Water Color
taught at home, md employment given
For full particulars, address,
CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF ART,
Beavtr Falls, P».
We have removed our Marble
and Granite shops from corner of
Main and Clay streets to No. 208
N. Main street, (opposite W. D.
Brandon's residence), where we
will be pleased to meet our
customers with figures that are
Monuments & Headstones
of all kinds and are also prepared
to give best figures on
Iron Fence. Flower Vases
etc., as wc have secured the sole
agency from the Stewart Iron
Works of Cincinnati, 0., for this
town and vicinity.
P. H. Sechler
\ JacKson & Poole. $
;[ "iii|n|in'- 8
( C BRASS CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS X
(\ MADE TO ORDER. A
\T REAR Oh CAMPBELL S MACHINE V
V SHOP, E. WAYNE ST , Y
X BUTLER, PA X
LADIES'TAILOR-MADE SUiTS j
and RIDING HABITS, ,
4597 Forbes Street, Corner Craig Street.
JL J, KOWAL3KY.
jjfL Gas and Gasoline Engines
Stationary and M.iiiue fcn
ffVlDt giiies ;tn«l for A iito:nol»i:
.I,::.■!. rv.T- !
F«>r 111 u ksmit'i Pump- |
, \ log Water liuuuing Fans and ic«J
-> L Oreain'Freezers, etc.
No. 6 4th Ave., Pittsburjr, Pc.
WAITED-Firemen. Brakemeii, Machinists.
Px.il r makers, Blacksmiths and helpeis lor rail*
r.-ails, also drivers and all kinds of help. I'laccs
General Km ploy men t Bureau, "JOl Fede
ral afreet, Allegheny, I'a.
WANTED—At once, girls in every capacity; ?•>
to -*lO per week; placed or money refunded. General
Employment Bureau, 201 Federal St.. Allegheny, i'a.
Secures Fir«l-rl«s» Jlfrcaiilllc
ami Mechanical Positions,-^.
Office - PlttsbuMT, >*»
Fourtli Avenue, 3-19-ly
Headaches Cured With Glasses. Artificial Eyes.
Eugene Heard Spectacle Co.
705 PKW AVEXt'E.
OPP. PEXN PITTSBTTRt*.
Removes all desire for Alcoholic Stimulant im
Settles the stomach it and calms the nerve*
Produces natural sleep.
Creates a normal Hf petite and good digestion.
Restores vtgon us k.rength. health ami manhood.
It will cure the most s*ri<»us ca*e of Inebriety or
Drink Habit Disease. TEKMS MODCUATJC.
For full particulars ad.hrss,
THE JEKDU COMPANY,
803 Su SOS Prilli Ktilid*£, I'il P«.
Safe. A! vn .<!. [Libit IriMtico, BJ.lt riruggist ft>t
c iik It'X Kituklkil in Rc4 aiii
(iolft b«- V'S, seaieil with Mile ribbon
Take no e.llior. Kcfliw dangerous «ul>»ll
tutlcmftnnd i'liiliilinnx. Buy of your Druggist,
or semi • «-. in -lump- I r . »"arli«-iilur». Testi
aioniaK mil "It. lii-f lor i« totter,
liy rrluru Mail. n»,oooTestimonials, bold by
CUJ- 'HES i't;R OIJEMICAL CO.
XIOJ JfiiiliMiu Square, |*IPSUA., Pi
M«a lion J.l»
PERSONAL Vapor, alcohol and steam
but lis. Facial ami scalp treatpiept a special
ty. Best of service given. MBS, HAVUEN,
1 irst iloor.-O.' Federal St., Allegheny titty,l'a.
PERSONAL Swedish Massac. Manicur
ing. ELSIE MILLS,
siKi Penu Avenue, (second lloor)
4-.' Wl-ly Pittsburg, Pa.
IP YOI! A It K meting nniiifyiqpnt, IST* bn*r<3-
ng lu the tit;' until engaged. Send 11 and wo will
Eiai: you complete Insti uctior.sbow toqulckly secure
a position (according to your atdlityj auuiig the
largest Arms In A weiica. unaided and by your own
efforts. (Copyrlglitl'f tills system applied for.) Au
Iress, laforuiitl'Hi Department, Eur Kuiploymeut
lajSUUi stipet, I'Utsburg, i'a.
DR. S. A. THOMPSON". PH. ISA liF-1. ItAllAf
FEY, iteteopi.l' i. i'liynirlau!! Graduates Ain.'ii
can >ln>i I. i*ou-6 Arrott i'utlding, H«ii t'hvum
—Court, t'Ulsbur; I'*,
L. 5. McJUNKIN
Insurance and Real Estate
117 E. JEFFKRSON.
RTT'TT T?T? -
M. C. WAGNER
lai* South Main St.
Pearson B. Nace's
Livery Feed and Sale Stable
Wick House. Butler 'enn'a
The best of horses and first class rigs at
wavs on hand and for hire.
Best accommodations In town for perma
nent boarding and transient trade. Sped
al care guaranteed.
Stable Room For 65 Horses
A Rood c ass of horses, both drivers and
draft horses always on hand and for sale
under a full guarantee; and horses bough
yon proper notification-by
EARSON B. NACE.
Telephone No. 219
NFW » I
I have purchased the C. J.
Harvey Pharmacy, in the Stein |
building, at 345 S. Main St., am
remodeling and restocking the
store. I have twenty-two years
experience as a pharmacist, and
compounding of prescriptions
will be under my personal at
Pure drugs and honest treat
When in town shopping, stop
and leave your packages.
J. L McKee, Pharmacist,
Stein Block. S. Main St., Butler. Pa.
We know we have the l>est of al
grades of high class novelties, but to
have the public know it is our aim
If in need of anything in our line it
will pay yon to give ns * call and ex
amine goods and prices before pur
Next to Poatoffiee. 251 S. Main St
Spring Term opens April 14th.
Normal Term, six weeks, be
gins June 23rd.
al, Musical and Art De
Write for particulars
P. 0 Box 143, Rogers, Ohio.
f THE PESSIMISTS
Have had quite an inning
but they cannot shut off
the energy of the Ameri
can people. The country
is making money as it
never made money before.
Get my daily letters and
learn when, what and how
to buy, and participate in
R. HI. Weaver
Stocks and Bonds
Third Ave. and Wood St.,
Local office, 213 S. Main St.
J A. REYNOLDS,
We olten cause ourselves end
less worry and remorse by neg
lecting to do some little thing.
Get. a good picture of your family
and h<>me made nt jour first op
portunity We make the best at
$6.00 per dozen, Bxlo inches and
guarantee them permanent. I-et
us know : n time to go out.
The Butler fiye Works
Dyeing, Cleanii g, Pressing.
M, A HERKIMER,
9 M-in Antler
WANTED Every lady to send 12 cents for
my Dew IIKXI match striker; saves paper and
paints Address Euiilv, Main St.,
ZAHNISeR & CO.
426 Fourth Aye , Pittsburg, Pa.,
Sell SL ExchdDge Stores, Business & Farms
Western University of Pennsylvania
S Entrance examinations for admission to the
[reshaien class in the collegiate and engineering
H departments will be held on Friday and Saturday,
I June 19 and 20, l l at 9 a. m., also on Septem
i ber 11 and 12, at tit University Building, on Per-
I rysville avenue, Allegheny, Pa. Prizes are of
ij frred for il • -st . re rxarr.inations in classics
fl and mathematics.
Binding of Books
is our occupation. We put our
entire time to studying the best
and latest methods of doing our
work, If you are thinking of
having some work done in this
line I am sure you will be well
pleased if you have it done at
Tie Butler Book Bindery,
W. W. AM O.N, I'rop.
Opp Conrt House.
ENGLISH SHIRE STALLION
Cromwell of Wiliington.
direct bv owner. Dapple Gray, 5 years
old. 17J hands, weighs over 3,800 lbs.
Fnll registered for 70 years back.
For limited number service $15.00,
FOR THIS REASON ONLY
IRVINTON STOCK FARM,
5-14-00-4t Hell Telephone No. 1.
I H. (i. Allison,
Bell Phone No. 3.
LEVI IN TO INS'
122 South Main St. Your money's worth or money back.
Men's and Boys' Spring Clothing. |
The finest ready-to-wear attire that is made. We
have the facilities to search out the best that the
market can afford, and it is now ready in a complete
Spring array on our floor. Everything that a dressing
man can desire for his attire can be found here at a
smaller price than he would expect to pay for such
smartly tailored garments.
Men s Suits
and Top Coats
at $7.50, #9, sl2, #l4, #l6,
#lB, #2O, and u} to #25.
We show Men's Spring Overcoats which, like all of
our attire, could not fit or wear better if they were
MAVS & DAVIS
Wholesale Deitlerw ii\ the :j
Finest of I^iciuors,
Aleis, Beersand Wiqes.
Medicinal Trade Especially Solicited.
People's I'hone 578 Bell Phone 218 i
322 South Main St., Butler, Pa.
Early Spring Hats.
We are showing all the new shapes for Spring, 1903
READY-TO-WEAR HATS, SAILORS and STREET
HATS are now ready for your inspection.
FLOWERS and FRUIT are going to be worn very
extensively for early Spring style. See the fine
3*B Soutb Main - - - Butler, P»
is a national illustrated agricultural weekly for farmers
and their families, and stands at the head of the agri
cultural press. It is a practical paper for practical farmers,
helping them to secure the largest possible profit from the
farm through practical methods.
It is entertaining, instructive and practically useful to
the farmer's wife. 30ns and daughters, whose interests it
covers in an attractive manner.
The regular pr ; ce is *I.OO per year, but for a limited
ti">e *e will receive your subscription for TliE NEW
YORK TRIBUNE FARMER and also for yonr own
favorite local newspaper, THE CITIZEN, Butler, Pa.
Both Papers One Year forOnlj $1.50
Send your order and money to the CITIZEN.
Yonr name and address on a postal card to THE
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE FARMER, New-York City
will bring free sample copy.
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Si 3 per cent. DON'T PUT IT OFF. 3 per cent. |i
r| Prepare for a rainy day by starting a *2
?! savings account NOW. |#
#1 We pay 3 per cent, compounded on savings accounts,
*1 and accept any sum from SI.OO up
SI 50TbER SAVINGS &r TRUST CO/V\PANy, *#
f | Capital and Surplus over $400,000.00.
if We also do a general Trust Co. business.
5| You can bank by mail. |#
Farmers' National Bank,
CAPITAL ----- $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS - ~ $26,000.00
Accounts of the public solicited. A liberal rate of interest paid.
JOHN YOVNKINS, President. JOHN HUMPHREY, \ ice President.
E. W. BINGHAM, Cashier. J- F. HUTZLER. Asst Cashier.
Jr BY MAI 1_- X
Write for literature explaining how cosy it is.
M' Assets Ouer $7»30 O, O O 0.00 1
I GERMAN IA. SAVINGS BANK 1
VvvOOO AND DIAMOND PITTSBURG■■ PA^
I MONEY It earns 2(9/ on Checking Accounts
% nrnr 4/< Cson Savings Accounts *
_gpowiH6 DOLLARS ALL THE TIME |
g;.' WKITB run BOOKUtT— BANKING BY MAIL. M
Butler County National Bank,
Capital paid in $200,000.00
Surplus and Profits - J140.000.00
Jos. Hartman, President; J V. Ritts,
Vice President; John G. McMarlin,
Cashier, A. C. Krug, Ass't Cashier.
A general bankinjcbusiness transacted.
I uteres', paid on time deposits.
Money leaned on approved security.
We Invite you to open an account with this
DIRECTORS—IIcn.. Joseph Hartman, Hon.
W. S. Waldror., I)r. M. M. Htiover. H. Mc-
Sweeney. C. i'. Colllus, I. G. Smith. Leslie P.
Hazlett, M. Klneßin, W. H. Larkln, T- P.
Mifflin, l)r. W. 0. McCandless. Hen Mus
seth. W. J. Marks. J. V. Kltts. A. L. ttetber
WHY DO YOl' REMAIN IDLE when we
need -HO tni n for different positions? If you
one willing to work we can place yon. We
are able to supply, on short notice, auv kind
of male help to employers—order will be (Hi
ed very promptly. Apply. Old Reliable Key
stone liureau. 1122 l'enn avenue. Pittsburg.
Established 1C73. -• 5-tirn ,
« BANK LV
2 INTYresT j:-1
FOR SALE Tbe Buest dairy anil fruit
arm In South Jersey. 50 acres; 730 fruit
rees. all In l>est condition; lti-room house,
leated by hot water; two barns and other
lutbuildings. two silos, capacity ion tons.
>alry <*oniprlsinK -0 head can be included or
mt: milk may lie sold at the door or may lie
ielivered In adjolnlnK towns with popula
liin of 1-.UOO. For particulars and descrlp
ive booklet of Vlneland. address.
-H-lrn HENRY TAYLOR, Vlneland, X. J.
UYINQ A PI A N 0-f|
All the more necessity for yon to get a
_ r"<\ good instrument with a name known for
,Jk j\ honesty, progressiveness and durability
BUY A CAHSE ' "ACkLEY OR CARLISLE.
."•""LTjTVWa Yon cannot be too critical about buying
a piano. It is not an event that occurs
Jyffj fiJJJj j every month. When yon bny. yon want a
V 1 fnll. pure toned piano, elastic and lasting,
not one whose tones will slur after using it
f H * h " rt time.
r Examine my pianos carefully, and you
' "■•=' > will speak nothing but favorably of them.
' jrff/ivr.'Don't buy hapazard any where Start
*■' d here first. I know I have a gooil stock, and
- "»— *I want yon to know it also
1 know that mv prices are reasonable and honest, and I want you to know it also.
I know I can give yon satisfaction, and I want yon to know that.
Right pianos, right prices, right treatment, is onr motto. Your credit is good.
W. R. NEWTON,
317 South Nain St. "THE PIANO MAN" Butler. Pa.
1 Carl Schlucter, 1
I Has removed from 125 W. Jefferson street to 115 E. Jef- §
1 ferson street. Room 6, Reiber Building, Butler, Pa., |
§ where he will keep a stock of seasonable goods—all of I
| the best quality. Spring stock now ready for inspection. I
| Cleaning and Repairing. I
| Good Workmanship Guaranteed. |
| Union Prices Paid. I
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g NEW SPRING COTTONS 2
The frequent arrivals of fresh, new Cottons are fast crowding ont JK
Sdv the winter goods and give the store a decided spring-like appearance. Ub
$ SUPERB WHITE GOODS *
MP Finest line we have ever shown. Beautiful Mercerized Fancies jflf
in stripes, brocades and openwork patterns, at Snc to 60c. India
flr Linens, Dimities and Francy White Goods at 6ic, Bc, 10c, 12} c, flr
NEW PERCALES g
The Mulhouse Percales are much superior to the ordinary percales R
nstially sold at the same price. Finer cloth, softer and better finish
and more attractive patterns, :iti inches wide —12Jc yard. ft
g NEW GINGHAMS $
More new arrivals added to our large assortment of the very
cho>«est styles of Ginghams and Seersuckers, at 10c anil 12jc
K NEW DRAPERIES ft
fIP Decidedly new patterns in Curtain Swiss, Madrtv. Siikalin^,
2 Denims, ami Cretonnes tint are very handsome and attractive I -jo J?
ft THE NEW IDEA WOMAN'S MAGAZINE $
The finest home publication in the country, replete with articles (R
U of interest to women, 100 pages and colored cover. Numerous illn- U
strations of the latest fashions. March number now ready—subscrip-
tion price 50c a year. Single copy 5 cents. Monthly Fashion Sheet J
| L. Stein & Son,§
ft 108 N MAIN STREET, BUTLER, PA ft
79 79 79 79 79 79 79 79 79
| C. E. miller's I
79 . GREAT 79
i 79-Cent h
79 SALE OF >79
JMEN'S PLOW SHOES,,
We have just purchased a large lot of Men's good solid,
79 Plow shoes at about cost of material.. As our stock this yg
Spring is extremely large and we are crowded for room,
we have put this entire lot on sale at a very small margin
yg'over what we paid for them. yg
They are regular $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 Shoes.
Are all clean new goods and are displayed on Bargain
79 Counters so you can look them all over and take your 79
pick of the whole lot. We have all sizes at present,
but at this ridiculous low price it is only a short time till
79 best sizes will be picked out, so do not wait, as "first here 79
SPRING GOODS nearly all in and they are alii
79 beauties! Style and quality away up! Prices awaydown!|79
We are exclusive agents in Butler for famous
79 Fine Shoes and Oxfords for Ladies. '9
Largest line of WALKOVER and DOUGLASS Fine
-glShoes for Men we have ever carried, and they are nicer
■and better than ever before.
Make us a visit before purchasing your fine shoes for
7Q Spring. 79
G. E. miller,
215 South Main Street, - - Opposite Hotel Arlington
79 79 79 79 79 79 79 79 79
We are having Spring weather, why
not look about for your new Spring Suit.
Showing the newest shades and stripes
in Scotch Cloths and Fancy VV 01 steds.
Prices range from $5 to sls.
Coats are all made non-breakable
front and are cut the latest fashion.
Have a look.
No trouble to us.
Schaul & Nast,
LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
137 South Main St., Butler.
Wm. Cooper, the tailor, will remove
his stock of goods, April 1 st, from the
Newton Music Store to Room No. 1,
Stein Block, near Willard Hotel.
These will be but temporary quarters
pending his removal to his old stand at
corner of Diamond.