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Next to Old P. O.
After fifty years Dr. Humphreys'
Specifics enjoy the greatest popularity
and largest sale ill their history, due to
intrinsic merit. They cure the sick.
2d crus. mem.
i—fewer*. Congestion*. InfUznmatkms. .23 j
9—Wama. Worm Few. Worm Colic... .25
}JfnlklM. Onlle.Crrlil.WilKfiilia' -23 j
4—(Harrbe«. of Children or Adulu 25
T—Concha. CoKta. Bronchitis 25
8-SearalfU. Toothache. Faceacho 25
9—HaaJaehe, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25 ,
U Bimi p«la_T~"fl»«HniLWeakßttmiyh.2s
11—gnppreued or Painful PerloJa 2.1
l-£— IVhIK a. Too Profuse Period* 25
13— Croap. LarrnsilU, Boarsenea 25 |
14—Bait Bhenm. Eryslpela*, Eruption*.. .25
15—Bhenmatlam. Bbeumatlc Palzu .25
H Malaria Chills, Fever aad Ague 25 '
lf-CtUrrh. Tnf*"** I **! Cold in the Head .25
39—Wbaopln i-t'oaih .33
28—Kerrou Debility >•••
Jt-Crlurr Weaknem. Wetting Bed.. .25
T7—Grip, Hay Fever 25 j
■old by druggist*. or »eut on receipt of price. ]
Kf Dr.Httmphreyi' New Pocket Ifsnnal
of *ll Diseases mailed free.
* Homphreyi' Medicine Co., Cor. William and
John BU-. Mew York. _
" LUNG *
. Tie Great "Lw Eemefly,"
"Tteat Healer," aid
Consumption in first stages abso
lutely cured. The friend of
and public Speakers. The Goldcr
Remedy for Whooping Cough
Bronchitis, Asthma. Quinsy, Colds
Hoarseness, Coughs, Etc. It Cure
by striking at the root of the disease
Are you afflicted ? address
VICTOR REMEDIES CO.
For sale at Reed's Pharmacy
IbJh —DENTAL ROOMS." jK
39 -sth Ave., PttUburg, Pa |l
Si WW We'repßACTlCAJ.LY l ' o '"*""'if
ft JSfji crown «»<J ep.ioae w <" k JJ
}>ffM of Htuljurc— WHY NOT DC W
*•"— AU vv V*s ptrn tooth •*««.
h 1« Vlie*tieton'eett.Bi»l...oNLV S3- 'g
Kf, _i it _lli i i "
MTTHTHA 4 BROWN, 333 st.li Ave.
Can sell your Real Estate, Karrn or Business.
AM. TRAHaAt?rn>Nrt CIxrIOTNT! AI..
DO YOC want TO BELI. your farm or
other real estate? ( can do It for you.
Bend ine full particulars at once.
4-l#-03-ly JOHN RODGER,
«H. Keystone Building. Pittsburg. Pa
A safe, certain rell* jr »upproa-e<l I
Menstruation. Never ki»j*n to foil. Bofe! ■
Burel Kpeedy! HatUfwtlf.n Guaranteed ■
or money Refunded. Sent pr< paid tor ■
SLOOperbox. Will send tbi-m on iriaj, to ■
be paid for wben relieved. Kara plea Free. ■
uhitsp MEDICAL co. ao» r«. U«C»ITW. w. |
Sold In Butler at the Centre Ave.
Take a glass of Lewin's Whiskey and
water, hot or cold. Brings sound sleep,
and pleasant dreams.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
riVCH. LA ROK, OVKBHOLT.
CKJCKEIHEIIEB. ST.VEHIOH. TUOhPHOH.
618K0.V WILLIS B, BttIiMiKPOHT,
and offer them to yon 8 year old at II per full
quart, C quarts (5 00.
whiskey guaranteed i years old, fc! 00 per gal
lon. We pay express charges on all mall
orders of |5 00 or over. Goods shipped
ROBT. LEWIN <fc CO.
II WIIEi AHD LIQUORS,
Is 14 Tm l Street, PITTSBURG, FA.
•Phases: leU 211* T. * MM.
• ITCETOANTILE BUREAU,
Steam Flr*t-el».» Mcrc.ntUs
and Mechanical Position.,^,
Ofice * PltUbuK. •*»
Ot Fourth Avenne, 3-IS-ly
metallic Imxex, «nl»l wIUi t» lu# rl £s'i?'
Take ao oilier. Rrfbae daiiuenm. ■■b.U
UUUIK aud iMllallou*. Buy of your
* ar Mini «c. In 't»m|n lw Parltralan. TeaU
■oal.U ami "Relief for e.adle..
toy return Mall. ia.a»aTemimonlaU. bold by
CHIOUKBTKB CHEMICAL 00.
11 pa Batflw. K<|a*n, I'HILAs PA
-K J? F UNIFORM S
tm® 'lodge supplies.
y 25^-stt Av.Piitsburg. Pa.
H. G. Allison,
Bell Phone No. 3.
Billiard and Pool Tables, Bar Fixtures,
Office Desks, Chairs, Tables, PartitioDH,
Bookcases, etc. TurninK of Billiard
and Pool Balls. Bowling Alley Equip
mentn. 418 Diamond Street,
(AboveHt.) Pittsburg, Pa.
This was the conversation between 3
the girl with the gum in her mouth 3
and the other girl with the gum In her ,
"So my. Less go neet."
"Sleev go one places nuther." i
"So dy. Ika neet mo stennyware. |
"Teh. Gotcher money Y'
"So vy. Gotcher aptite?"
"Teh. Howbout place crosatreet?" \
"Nothln teet there. Leaegurround cor- \
"Tbattledoo zwell zenny ware. Mlghta ■
thoughta that 'tflrst. Getcher hat." i
"Ima gettlnit. Gotcher money?"
"Teh. .Didn'cheer me say I had It? :
*p«rtlea Tenaelona of Life.
The way cats cling to their proverbial
Dine lives is well known, but the aver
age turtle wiil make a tougher stand
than nine ordinary cats. Perhaps boil
ing will kill a turtle at once, but any
other method seems hopeless.
The severed head of a snapping tur
tle will bite for an hour after separa
tion from the body. Hut more wonder
ful Is the indifference of the green tur
tle of the West Indies to mutilation.
A party of naturulists lately returned
give an account of an experience wbich
proves beyond doubt that the green
turtle's Indifference does not lie in its
A green turtle found on the beach
turned and made for the water. One
of the party severed its head with an
ar and turned the body around. The
headless turtle ran, then stopped and
turned toward the water again.
Melba In » Temper.
When Ml«. Melba first tasted the
sweets of fashionable life a Boston
woman of fashion captured her for a
dinner. The Boston woman loaded her
[ guest with attentions, and after the
dinner she said to Melba, "You will
' give us a little song tonight, dear Mme.
Melba?" But the songstress refused.
The Boston woman pleaded and said
petulantly: "I am quite sure my guesta
will be disappointed. Really you are
quite unkind." This Infuriated the
high spirited singer, and she answered:
"My terms as a dinner entertainer are
$2,000. You may see my manager If
you want me to sing for your guests.
Then Melba got her wraps and went
away In a frenzy of anger.
What He Mlaaed.
"An old negro living in Carroilton,"
relates the Boswortb (Mo.) Star-Senti
nel, "was taken 111 and called in a phy
sician of his race to prescribe for him.
But the old man did not seem to be
getting better, and finally a white phy
sician was called. Soon after arriving
i)r. S. felt the darky's pulse for a mo
ment and then examined his tongue.
'Did your other doctor take your tem
perature?" be asked. 'I don't know,
sah,' he answered feebly; 'I hain't
missed anything but my watch as yit,
The Erudite Prlaoner.
"The charge ag'in ye," the police Jus
tice said, "Is burglary. What have ye
got to say?"
"As to that," replied the prisoner, a
seedy looking man who appeared to
have seen better days, "if by the term
of 'burglary' you mean the offense
which, according to English law und
practice for centuries, has been clearly
defined as 'house breaking by night,'
the charge Is palpably ridiculous. '1 he
policeman alleges that he detected me
In the act of breaking into a house yes
terday afternoon in broud daylight. If,
on the other hand, the term Is made to
cover the same offense when committed
by tiny, which, I believe, is your absurd
American understanding of the word,
in a legal sense, I shall have to concede
the correctness of the charge, your hon
or, reserving, however, the right to re
gard with a species of contempt the
crude Jurisprudence of this country-"
"Take *lm buck to 'is cell," gasped
the police Justice, "an' let 'im sober
To Be Healthy Ue Practical.
Theoretically, every adult person of
any intelligence wishes to be strong
aud healthy. Practically, a majority of
them wish nothing of the sort They
would like to be well enough, but are
not willing to pay the price, though It
really costs nothing. When a man gets
out of health ho usually wants to get
something to "patch him up" so that
he can continue the foolish things
which have caused his bad condition;
hence the almost universal resort to
drug treatment Instead of the uatural
means of restoring and maintaining
health and strength. If a man Is really
desirous of being naturally sound and
healthy be will try to study out the
means of becoming so. These means
are nil Included In the seven founda
tion principles of practical hygiene—
uamely, exercise, rest, air, light, food,
drink and bathing.—Cooking Club.
When Yon llay Clieeae.
When you buy cheese bear In mind
that all good cheese will be mellow to
the touch, yet Arm. The rind will be of
an even tint, elastic and free from puffs,
and a sample will reveal a Ilrm, close,
buttery grain of a nutty flavor. Cbeese
which feels so bard that you cannot
dent it with your finger tips on the rind
is cither sour, salted too heavily, skliy
med or cooked too much. On the other
hand, if the rind breaks upon pressure
or do<-» not spring back readily when
, the Anger is withdrawn this Indicates
an oversoft article, caused by the slack
cooling of the curd or a want of aci'L
At best It will have an insipid flavor
and will "go off" as It ages.
An L'napprccltttlve Llnlener.
A well known lawyer whose first
name Is James has a brother whom he
visited lately. Ills brother has a
daughter, aged four years, whose moth
er hud lectured her a few days l>eforc
for telling "Btorles." The lawyer, think
ing to entertain the little one, took her
on bis knee and told her two of his best
folklore tales, instead of being charm
ed, as be expected, "she never smiled,
' but when be had finished slid from his
knee, with a solemn face, und, going U»
> her mother, said: 'Mamma, Uncle Jim
will go to the bad place sure. I!e has
' Just told me two big stories.' "—Kansas
"Agatha," Hal<l h«'r mother, "I don't
1 like to hear a daughter of mine tell
I even a conventional He. You know you
' can't bear Aunt Becky, aud yet when
•he came the other day you said,
'Auntie, how glad I am to s<-<; youl' "
"That wasn't a He, mamma," auswer
fd*Agathu. "That was an exclama
The Ansel Child.
"Martha," said her mamma, "1 trust
that while you wero at your Aunt
Marthu's you said nothing to offend
j "Oh, no, mamma," declared the ungel
child. "I was careful to say things
which would make her know that you
and papa Jiked her for herself nlone."
"That was proper."
» "Why, when she asked mo If you
folks had named me Martha so that sbo
would leave us her money when she
dies I told her that papa and you had
talked about that aud that papa said
we mustn't think of such a thing."
"And what did she say?" asked mam
. ma eagerly.
« "Nothing. She Just luughed and said
' I was a good girl and I'd better run
along home when I told her what pupa
said about h®r going to have a pocket
made In her shroud." —Chicago Trib
I The Butler County National Bank, j 1
I BUTIER, pa I |
I OFFERS GREATER SECURITY TO DEPOSITERS THAN ANY |
OTHER BANK IN THE COUNTY.
f Capital Paid in $200,000.00
% Shareholders' Liability. 200,000.00 1
| Surplus and Profits 180,000.00 — $580,000.00 |
jjj Assets over $2,500,000.00 _
Combined wealth of Stockholders $10,000,000. |j
| INTEREST paid on time deposits, subject to withdrawal at any time J
I without notice. \ .
We mos dially solicit your business either in person or by mail. *
* JOSEPH HARTMAX, President. Jn'O. G. McMARLIN*. Cashier. j j
* JOHN V RITTS, Vice President. ALBERT C KRCG, As»t. Cashie .
jj T. P. MIFFLIN, Vice President. WS. BLAKSLEE, Asst. Cashier. |
I CAPITAL ' SURPLUS I
S S2OO 000.00. $200,000.00. |
Butler Savings & Trust Co.
BUTLER SAVINGS BANK,
!1 08 South Main Street.
WM. CAMPBELL. Jr.. President.
I H. TROCTMAN. Ist Vi -e Pres. q, ,s tTreasur ■
LOCIS B. STEIN. Treasurer. C. E. CBONENW ETT. Ass t Treasur. j
Will continue to do a general banking business at the I
old stand and is also prepared to transact a general |
Trust Company business. *
3 per cent, interest paid on time deposits subject to I
withdrawal without notice. |
5-*2*K.%%Tf.%ZW.X£-*** -******************U****** T
J Standard Trust Company 1
| CAPITAIs ------- $150,000.00 |
Paid on Deposits.
Prompt and Careful Attention to oil.
C. D. GReeNbEE, President.
C. A. sAlbEy, Secty. and Treasurer.
Farmers' National Bank,
capital - $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS - - - $32,000-00
Accounts of the public solicited A liberal rate of interest paid.
JOHN YOUNKINS, President.. JOHN HUMPHREY, V ice President.
E. W. BINGHAM. Cashier. J. F. HUTZLER. Ass t Cashier.
W $600,000* SBOO,OOO. ■
I THE LINCQLH NATIONAL fi&NK I
g OF PITTSBURGH I
1 533 SMITH FIELD STREET, ■
I offers to savers, everywhere, the splendid facilities I
S of its Savings Department, E
k 3F*ox" Ocut, Intorost 9
R Compound Boml-un nnally. I
I Withdrawals to any amount without notice.
BANK BY MAIL
And get the 4 per cent annual interest and ;
ELui*f' r absolute protection of this strong 411k. |
Assets ovor $7,700,000.
Germans Savings p I
, WOOD AND DIAMOND STREETS PITTSfIURfr. pa )
Get the Habit in Our
New Fall Clothing.
In abundance, and the klnd sold here must be of the highest
grade — Perfect.
In selling our Exclusive Smart Clothes we realize that it is
expressive of the highest attainment of the tailor man's art.
We can tell you all about the clothes, but you must see them
to truly appreciate their elegance and finish, you must try on a
garment to see how weli It fjt? and how dressy it looks
Men's Suits, $8 to S2O.
Fall showing of the New Styles In Stiff and Soft Hats,
Cost no more than the ones called just as good.
Schaul & Nast,
: LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
: 137 South Main St., Butler..
• ; j gg« w, : J5
; p Do ZiXTot IDespair i
' S Doctor Kidd Can Cure You With
out a Cutting Operation.
t'' Jf miffi-rlnp from clironle womb and ovnrian tr<>i»J>-
; Ie«, d Kpluccments, painful and irregular peri'Mla, »J
t , , barren ik , unnatural dlx-hargis, lacerstioijH, ulcer* /jk
t j' Htiniii, tumors, rcctsd trouMi- ~ stonim li, kidney or
1 ly lu art trouhli M, ub ers, skin den awe and l,lo<jd jmix u, A' 1
ty, nr uny chronic ailments. a
j gi lie U the only doctor devoting his entire 9
t r? time to women'ii iiiaein;ee "'i New York a
1 J'j Catarrh, Rroncliitle, Asthma, Ttiroat ami l.'in« fCi
K cure<i by means of Medical \'apor, the most sucawiirtil ireaimcul »u U»es«!|
fj fa.«<-(i t as they nil respond promptly to his method of treatment.
i Nervous Dlsoraers cured hy Electricity scientifically applied.
» lli-ii-hargcs and teruis are reasonable and within the reach of all Sufferings
j Ej WorntM. . j
1 r> Write if you cannot call, hi" home treaL.m-nt is very Knclose stamp J
■ k for reply. Bend six cents in slump? lor tx<uk op I>i»eascs of \Vom«?n. ■
U (i r.uiuatc Nurse in at tendance. I'on-i. . ifion ami alvi.- Free and K.u:re<lly ■
£ iitial. OFUCK Ilouas—9 a. m. to 8 ». m., Sunday, 10:30 a. w- lo 4 .'lO p. 111.3
I DR. A. R. KIDD'S MKDICA UNSTIT UTEI
ifj Rooms 202-203 Werner Building, 031 Penn Avenue, |
t fi PIT rSBURC, PA. I
HOW WE CAN SELL
your property no matter
what it consist of. A
buyer can be found for any
thing with in reason. Our
method of doing business is
such that when you list your
property with us we place it be
fore the public in all our papers
which comes with in reach of
the entire county. We create
a market, and we advertise it
continually until it is sold. You
get our personal attention and
work. We have daily calls
from all over for farms, resi
dence and business property
and we can sell no matter where
located if such is placed with
us at a reasonable price. We
offer the tollowing at present:
8 houses with stores in N. Y. City
rents for $6,€00. price $70,000.
sth Ave. House, in N. Y. City, rents
for $6,000, price $55,000.
65 acren. Oxford Co.. Maine. 40 acres
timber, good house, $2,700.
8 acres. Marl.>n Co.. Oregon, timber,
good house, $500.00,
Hotel and Livery Stable. Milton, N.
H., -i cash, $8,500.
5 story house, Gramercy Pork, N. Y.
Send us a list of what you want to
sell but don't have any fancy prices
which would keep us from selling.
NEW YORK REAL ESTATE CO.,
8-27-8 m 25 East 14 St., N. Y.
Become an Artist?
Crayon, Pastel, Sepia and
taught at home, and employment given
For full particulars, address,
CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF ART,
Beavtr Palls, Pa.
NO SPAVINS JfeS&C
be cured in 45 minutes. Lump Jaw,
splints and ringbones just as quick. Not
painful and never has failed. Detailed
information about this new method sent
free to horse owners by T M CLCGH,
Knoxdale. Jefferson Ho,, Pa
WAITED- -Firemen, BniVemen, Machinists,
Ki.lter-iiiakers, KUOlulths f... 1 l.elper» for r»ll
r ads, also <lriv;r« and all kinds of help •'*'*< e *
nailing. tiener*l Kmploymeut Bureau, 201iede
r..l s;:-et, A ;i*Kh«r.y. l'a.
~IV * XTED—At once, cii !» In every capacity;
to : : I 1..T week; p'.aCKl er money rtifund'.-d. General
I uiciit Bureau, '4DI F«-eia; St.. AllßEhcny, 1 a.
I PENNSYLVANIA I
ELECTRO-MECHANICAL INSTITUTE, I
1026 Fifth Ave., Pittsburg. Pa. ■
GIVES INDIVIDUAL, INBTBUCTION ■
ALL MECHANICAL BRANCHES I
Ml Pkw Grjai. 1. T. sn»mgsr, Prsst. |
I HERMAN HARRIS,
and HiDIW HABITS,
I 45')" Forbes Street, Corner Craig Street,
Catalogue Mailed Free on Application
J H. WALLACE, Ph. M , Pres.
Penn Avenue, PITTSBURGH, PA.
HUGH L. CONNELLY,
Wholesale Dealer in
For Medicinal Purposes,
316 East Jefferson Street
IJAKOID. The Roofing with NO
TAR. Won't dry out. Won't
I NVONE can apply it. Tins,
Kails and Cement in core of
O E PRESENTS the results o
years 01 Experience and Ex
/\NLY requires painting every
' fewyears. Not when first
F S Cheaper than Gravel, Slate.
i , or Shinflcs.
r\EMAND for PAROID is world
MADE IN 1, 2 AND 3 PLY
Other Facts, Samples and Prices are
yours if you will ask UH.
L C. WICK,
Headaches Curod With Glasses. Artificial Eyes.
feUßeut Heard Spectacle Co.
70.1 PK** AVKSi r,
• UI»a« "r YAV.IWVM E4uc*uo«
I you riif men moil wmin-n to mwt Itie ilfMiEQj uf tbl|
| i mperout cuouuorcUl Mie I orrlrculanaddri*!
IP. MJFE * BBN*. BIK * liberty A»«.. PlU«tn.fg>|.
People's Phone 578
* New Wall Papery
Easy to pick the il j >\\■ r <igns and colore from our
* splendid new stock. # j
f We are at the top i v . i irgest and most artistic line # |
J of wall paper in town S j
Special designs fo Tit",-. t es are low, quality high. s
i F. W. D . PAIN . L. -T ON EARTH. 21
r PICTURE AN T L» UROR FRAMING A SPECIALTY. 5!
\ Patti rson Bros' I
<* 236 North Main Beth Pr;nes, Wick Building. #
c AM P E S GOOD JRNITURE
lOdd : 1
1 Go ?er €hairs.|
||j Many N Pieces to show you, jg*
Some with pholster d seats, others |g
sgjwith wood eats# jg
Si Divans Divans jg
gM ish. highly >1 : n red tapestry, spindles J63S
French leg at >1 the back, mahogahy
seats. t. ish, neatly polished fcgtf
Price Si 3.50 Price $lO
*3l Buffet Wiiting Desks ®
Golden oak. Fre 'i l°s. In oak or mahogany fin- J^C
•gtf mirror on top, ■•! *KH: a neat house desk Iggaf
*si glass doors in fr< • •. Ie v. !th large writing space. ESe
of select stock. Price #7.50. $8.50. $lO,
Price Si).so sl2 and up
J' ROCKNIG CHAIR~S3XKr "fi
Large gulden otk cobbler seat roc-ke- -strong and durable. IBgt
1 Alfred A. Campbell!
Formerly Campben A lempluton. S6S(
+xxx xxw; ar j
| Best r urs |
U| Don't buy .: il you ha. -.>eii our stock. Greatest as- jp|
sortment uis we h ever shown. Fox, Siberian
Ub Squirrel, ml i t her .it special low prices. W
JO Cluat ¥I.OO, .!. ' £}. 00 and $3.00. S
■ Long. ' i.OO. s♦'. oi' 0.00 and up. ■
S Flat Ne ; .on. . $12.00 and up. ft
yf EW WAIST W RIALS ff
Ok No troubl .-aii din V.. tings if you see our assort- Uk
W ment of s \ -rings Men ized Waistings, Velvets and
U Wool Wa ' rial jpk
Great »t 25c, 40c, 75c and 85c. T/
S PLAID RIBBON 3
Ol We are in ' p«« to ■; |>l\ the demand for nice Plaid yk
PJ Ribbons! : u.i lissi • I Seethe two Special Lots JR
we have < under i > ifj. Sal
»f. All Si inched widft at 19c.
All S 1 -rch• s "s i«i»- |A
$ GLOVES FOR ! §
iftl The "Joßt ' pi.- Glove ever sold at SI.OO. A
S complete . i ... t SI.OO Kid Glove just re
W ceived, al sr 2 >-b Modes, Tan. Castor and
Qk Brown. did quality Mocha Gloves at
SIOO. N iic Glove... \ iol, Silk and Lisle, in black, T5
Ck wVufo ails i-t
|L. S' InSc Son, I
/ \ ■*] Heady-to Wear Clothing tftap you l
/ ffSrf! ever w. re. This Clothing has that f
t ' i f 'egance al>out it, that hw»h»- J
I • fcs»' l;i '> to it, that very high phass \
S IF m\; UUlUUrfeh made ti. ider look about it. /
/ r L' l i iSravi. ''' : " see Suits y
/ ft' ' H \i a«A'' ""1 "l ; t'oats you ever looketl at, 1
S |Jk 1
Sl# vj HAMBURGER'S 1
( yW|||Mm PETCE Jl» TO S3O. >
' i rflPS9raflßf/n Our . 11 Suits and Overcoats are f
J II llmlf I certain' !he greatest value we ever /
l Wr I'lUfll rttere.l All have padded shoulders 1
« mil 111/ Mil and tirif i'ronts. See for yourself. S
r nf'/j fPI ®'' e on: window display. \
J fif /t W oarjj for Cl"thing, \
■ llf DOUTHETT &
' 1 New F 4 Gc,ds~J
f 0 We ftre. an ext- nsive line of advance
Styles ol . il Hats, 1 ail jr- II SI
. :: Mad' eady to -Wear, r| 11 I 3;
|P I Vcss and Street 1 Iri 1 KJ " M
HI Always Fir o Sh.jw !he New Ideas. %
I Poo : -TSF.teln's |
ft'zH South Main Htreei Uutl«r, Pa. X
» « Ml
► •. ??^Jf ?Jftjf Jf tjf
fEbe le Bros^\
I PLUMPERS |
S Estimate ; -.n cn all kinds of work. ?
C We make a specialty of J
I NICKLE-PI-ATED, C
J SEAMLESS, /
1 OPEN WORK. x
} 354 Cer.'re Ave., Butler, Pa f
S F ■ IP'S Phone. 630. C
j See our Fall Assortment
1 OF FINE
j House Furnishings.
Many bargains to offer, in different lines, to re
duce our stock to its minimum by first of year.
Closing Out All
at greatly reduced prices. Don't fail to get a bar
A nice assortment of Parlor Goods, consisting of
3- and 5-piece Suits and odd pieces, all fresh and
V new, will be sold for less than value.
M A number of Bargains in Fancy Iron and Brass
Beds, Sideboards, Bed Room Suits —up-to-date
goods, too good for general trade —will be sold at
A reduced price for cash only.
T A We are well prepared to serve you in the Carpet
►J and Rug line. Anything in Carpets from a cotton at
A 25c up to the Axminsters or Body Brussels. In
* Tapestries, Body Brussels, Velvets, Smyrnas and
'A The overstocked condition of our store at present
time places us in position to offer special induce-
I ments on price, as we must reduce this stock
►1 materially by first of the year.
>2 COME IN AND COMPARE!
3 BROWN &- CO.
N No. 136 N. Main St. (Bell Phone 106) BUTLER. PA.
jllllrs. J. E. ZIMMERMAN
i Cloak and Suit Department
| j XX Greatest Suit values in
! I i%lk Butler for Ladies, Misses
< ; JkL WW am * ®kildren, including
<j! Separate Jackets Cloaks
IMI iill* are "aty wit^B £ reat showing
C/ Inia I of Ladies' Tailor-made Snitf—separate
jJUm I Coajs and Skirts— >P dress and walking
I lengths, and they represeut the very
wf i I 111I II I best in their class that have been pro
//I mi dnced this season. Like all our ready
-lit I ill to-wear garments they are all well
/¥ Ml I I ll\V AM made, perfect fitting. Prices extremely
/jJ Im j / " low. All that is newest in materials
I Ladies' Tailor made Snits in fancy
weaves, also plain cloths SIO.O0 —value
Ladias' Plain Blue, qlso Blftck Cheviot Snits of beet Quality, at (
if 16.50. Others ask $25 for same values, Prices range from flO to SSO
in Suits. Prices in Skirts $2,98 up to S4O. Ladies' Separate Jacket* $5.
real value $7.50. Our Ladies'ana Misses' Jacket at $lO is a special
leader in quality and price. Same values sold elsewhere at sls. (
B m | g We call special attention to our elegant (
IH ■J stock of Furs All that is newest iu de-
M sign and colors, such as grey squirrel, 1
Isabella and Sable fox, nutria and marten, at (
Prices from 98c up to $75.00- (
We guarantee to save you 25c on every dollar yon invest in Fum
here, as our Furs were all bought six months ago, before advance in
Fat's. The first in Furs qre always msre thad' la^e*
shipments and the prices much less.
Dress Goods ;
Largest and choicest collection of Dress Goods, Suitings and Novel- .
ties this store has ever shown now ready for your inspection and ap
proval. The prices as in every department in this store LESS than (
others will ask you for same values. Price range in novelties, plain and
fancy weaves. 2fc>c to $3 per '* j
In the new Millinery Department, which ib now located in our new j
* * annex, and where we have double the space formerly occupied—splendid- '
hundreds of artistic designs and models copied from the finest imported j
' * models as well as the creations of onr own work room —all at reasonable i
< > prices. Trimmed Hats from $l9B np to any price you may wish to
pay. Be sure and visit our Millinery Parlors before purchasing your j
* 'winter Hct We can please you—we can save von monev.
SPECIAL —We call attention to our splendid showipg of '
i I men's and Children's and Hosiery in cotton fleeced and |
i . woolens; also to our immense stock of Blankets, Bed Haps, Outing i
Flannels, Waistiugs and Fancy Vestlngs. Yarns, Art Goods—in fact j
< > everything contained in an up-to-date, reliable dry goods store. Our f
motto—the same or better merchandise for let's money than elsewhere, j
furs'. J. £. Zimmerman.]
< 1 I'wple'sll'hone ia«. But J d*, |
The Davis Seeing flachine for Sale by
W. B. McCa rid less, 45, Euclid, Pi
Also Pianos and Ongans.