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A Pittsjurg Art Product. Manufactured by
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Factory in Greensbnrg, Pa. When yon visit
the Exposition don't fail to call at Kleber's A
Big Store, 221-228 Fifth Avenue, and see the
beautiful Kleber Pianos. 'J
The Kleber Baby Grand j
Is now the"smallest and daintiest Grand Piano
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Thte has been the greatest EXPOSITION ever. Best music, most
exhibits, greatest amusements.
HAVE YOU SBEIN IT?
U not you have missed an event in your life. COME THIS
WEEK WITHOUT FAIL.
The musical attraction Is
AND HIS GREAT
New York Symphony Orchestra
Whteb has boon setting the EXPOSITION ablaze with musi
cal glory for a week. Admission 26 cts. Warm,
dry and comfortable as home.
Subscribe for the CITIZEN,
PORTABLE PIG HOUSES.
|ran, Dry and Comfortable Pen*,
Kanily Moved About In Field*.
The pig house here shown, of which
the cut originally apparel I" the ;
Breeder's tlazotte, is joined together
wit li tenon and mortise nn.l draw pin. ;
By removing the pin and lifting off the
roof tlie four sides are easily handled
by one person. L. X. Bonham of Ohio :
in describing these houses said:
We have used these for farrowing |
pens and located
where most convenient for feeding and !
allowing the sows and pigs access to j
grass. The pens have proved comfort-,
able and convenient, and by white
washing the inside before setting the
pen up for a new litter every family
has had Its start on fresh sod and In a
clean pen. The size is ample—G feet -1
Inches wide, ." feet 2 Inches deep and
4 feet «J inches h!eh at the front and 2
feet 0 Inches high at the back.
With much rain it requires considera
ble care to keep sows and pigs com
fortable and dry. We find the portable
houses a great help at such a time. By
facing the house to the south or south
east and dropping the door during the
daytime we can have sunlight in the
house whenever the sun shines. When
the evening feed is given, the drop
door is closed for the night or until the
sun shines again.
The upper rails of the framework
are 2 by 2 and are placed thirty Inches
from the ground In the rear and thirty
six inches in the front. This brings the
front rail in right position to hang the
drop door, which Is one foot wide and
four feet four Inches long and when
open still leaves room for the sow to
pass. The lower rails are 2 by 4, and
the rear rail is eight inches from the
ground, which keeps it dry and acts
also as a guard rail to protect the pigs.
The front lower rail Is three Inches
from the ground to give room for a
floor and not be too high for the sow to
step over easily. It Is Important to
have these rails up from the ground to
A POBTABLE PIGPEN.
keep them dry. Our first pens had the
lower rails 2 by 2 and nearer the
ground. They were the first part of
the pens to give way and at the tenons
and pins which were exposed to the
weather. In these pens the rails are
fastened together at the ends by bolts
4% by 5-10 and will keep dry and last
longer. To prevent the ends of rails
from splitting we put in twelvepenny
wire nail and clinched. Light .bolts
would be better.
The roof is made of selected flooring
three and one-half inches wide and the
Joints laid in thick paint and the roof
painted two coats. The narrow boards
make a better roof than wider ones.
The siding used is shiplap seven inches
We find one man can move these
houses on a one horse 6led without tak
ing them apart, or by removing the cor
ner bolts he can move them a short dis
tance without a team or long distances
by laying them on a wagon.
If one wishes to use these houses in
very cold weather we find that a door
can be hung at the top, which the sow
will push open, and the young pigs are
not exposed to the cold. We have had
sows farrow in these houses when
there were cold winds and tlie ther
mometer below zero and do better than
those in the larger pig houses.
Strike* and the Farmers.
While the packers and their employ
era are fighting stock raisers suffer.
The packers cannot take care of the
cattle, sheep and hogs offercJ, and
great hardship results. This Is a phase
of the labor trouble which comes home
to every farmer and emphasizes the
necessity of a careful study of all these
problems. Sooner or later voters will
be called upon to decide as to the best
method of settling these. The time is
not far off when a handful of employ
ers and a comparatively few laborers
will not be permitted to make months
of the work of millions count for noth
ing.—Orange Judd Farmer.
The Lime Oil Wash.
The new spray of lime and oil de
vised by a Delaware fruit man for
combating San Jose scale will make
much change In spraying practice If It
proves effective and, as claimed, can
be applied almost as easily as
and Is less trouble to make than emul
sion and other washes.
Htm and Xotts.
Reports as to the production of clover
indicate nearly a full crop. In point of
quality the crop of clover is well up to
high medium grade.
Root pruning Intelligently done Is
recommended as a good measure in
combating pear blight. The operation
Is In season in a general way from
November to spring.
Of the 301,708,000 pounds of cheese
Imported into the United Kingdom In
1003 08.0 per cent came from Canada,
13.4 per cent from the United States,
11.2 per eent from Holland and 0..S per
cent from all other sources combined.
Since 1870-80 there has been a grad
ual decrease In the Income from Brit
sh farm lauds.
In order to prevent the development
of a weakness of the bones in young
pigs It Is recommended by a foreign
authority that ground bone be added to
the usual ration.
The results of two series of experi
ments In Canada show that cheese
ripened In ice cold storage at 40 de
grees was superior in quality to cheese
ripened In the ordinary curing room at
By Jupiter, Tnlce Tills.
The letter "It" at the head of all pre
scriptions Is derived from the Latin
word recipe, the Imperative meaning
"take." The little dart over the tail
of the "II" Is the symbol of Jove, or
the Latin god Jupiter, and invests the
writer with his authority—by the pow
er of Jupiter. Therefore the sign prop
erly reads, "By Jupiter, take this."
Man's greatest enemy is himself. If
every man in the world should bo as
careful of deserving an honest opinion
of himself as he is of getting the good
opinion of others there would be a
vast difference In the standing of the
f majority of mankind.—Lynn News.
"Hello:" cried the policeman. "Read
ing a paper, eh ? I thought you were a
"So I am during business hours," the
blind man replied, "but I'm off duty
Mlirht Be, hot Not Wisely.
"Do you consider him a man who can
"Well," replied the Boston purist, "I
suppose he can be trusted, but there
would be considerable risk attached
' to the proceeding."
The Book That Held Him.
"Yes, I picked up this book last
i *lght, and I never budged out of my
I chair until 4 o'clock this morning."
"Goodness! Was it that Interesting?"
"No; but I didn't wake up until that
Willing to Listen.
Tess—She was boasting that she Is a
very good listener. Jess—Yes. She's
What you might call a fluent listener.
She loves to hear herself talk.—Ex
change. __ j
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. t if
they cannot show the original denature
of the individual volunteering the testi
| monial below, and also of the writers of
j every testimonial among the thousands
I which they are constantly publishing,
thus proving their genuineness.
«Por about two y«ar« I tuflercd from a vrry
obstinate case of dyspepsia," writes R. E Secora.
Esq of ij Eastern Xn Toronto, Ontario. "I
tried a great number of remedies without suc
cess. I finally lost faith in them all. I was so
far gone that I could not for a long time bear
any solid food in my stomach ; felt melancholy
and Hepressrd. Some four months agio a friend
recommended your ' Golden Medical Discovery.'
Alter a week's treatment I had derived so much
benefit that I continued the medicine, I have
taken three bottles and am convinced it has
in my case accomplished a permanent cure. I
can conscientiously recommend it to the thou
sands of dyspeptics throughout the land."
A man can succeed and be strong if
he heeds Nature's warnings. When
there is indigestion, loss of appetite,
ringing in the ears, dizziness, spots be
fore the eyes or palpitation of the heart;
any or all of these symptoms point to
weakness and loss of nutrition. Dr.
Pierce'# Golden Medical Discovery is the
medicine to turn to.
" Golden Medical Discovery " contains
no alcohol and is entirely free from
opium, cocaine and all other narcotics.
It is strictly a temperance medicine.
Accept no substitute for " Golden Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
as good " for diseases of the stomach.
The " Common Sense Medical Adviser,"
1008 pages, in paper covers, is sent free
on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps, to pay
expense of mailing only. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
cleanses, soothes and heals i
the diseased membrane.
It cures catarrh and drives
away a cold in the head
Cream Balm Is placed into the nostrils, spreads
over the membrane and is absorbed. Relief is im
mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying—does
not produce sneezing. Large Size, 60 cents at Drug
gists or by mail; Trial Size, 50 cents.
ELY BROTHERS. 66 Warren Street. New York
Specifics cure by acting directly on the
side parts without disturbing the rest of
No. 1 for Fevers.
No. 2 " Worms.
No. 3 " Teething.
No. -1 " Diarrhea.
No. 7 " Coughs.
No. 8 " Neuralgia.
No. 9 " Ileatlaches.
No. 10 " Dyspepsia.
No. 11 " Suppressed Periods.
No. 12 " Whites.
No. 13 " Croup.
No. 14 " Tho Skin.
No. 15 " Rheumatism.
No. 16 " Malaria,
No. 10 " Catarrh.
No. 20 " Whooping Cough.
No. 27 " The Kidneys.
No. 30 " The Bladder.
No. 77 " La Grippe.
In small bottles of pellets that fit tho vest
pocket. At Druggists or mailed, 25c. each.
Medical Guide mailed free.
Humphreys' lied. Co., Cor. William & John Streets,
PAKOID. The Roofing with NO
TAR. Won't dry out. Won't
A NYONE can appiy it. Tins,
Nails and Cement in core 01
L> EPRESENTS the results o
years ol" Experience and Ex
requires painting every
fcwyears. Not when first
j" S Cheaper than Gravel, Slate
rvEMAND for PAROID is world
MADE IN 1,2 AND 3 PLY
Other Fac.a, Samples and Pi ices are
yours if you will ask us.
L C. WICK,
L. C. WICK,
We have removed our Marble and
, Granite shops from corner of Main and
Clay streets to No. 200 N, Main street,
(opposite \V. D. Brandon's residence),
where we will be pleased to inset our
■ customers with figures that are right
I Monuments & Headstones
1 of all kinds and are also prepared
to give best figures on
Iron Fence. Flower Vases
etc., as we have secured the sole agency
from the Stewart Iron Works of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, for this town and vicinity.
P. H. Sechler
| Pittsburg Exposition
1 _ are welcome to make their headquarters '
at our store. You can do your shopping
■ aud leave vour packages here if you
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ALWAYS IN STOCK.
J FINCH, LAKUK. OVEKIIOLT. :
ttUCKEKHEIMEIt. JIT. VKBNO.N THOMPSON,
«HI ON, IHLLINUKB. KKl»<■ KPOKT,
aud offer them to you 0 year old at |1 per full
quart, 6 quarts $5 00.
whiskey guaranteed 3 years old, £ 00 per gal
lon. We pay express charges on all mall
.orders of $5 00 or over. Goods shipped
t promptly. ,
HOBT. LEWIN & CO.
J IN WISES AHD LIQUORS,
IKO 14 Smithficld St, formerly 411 Waf-r St.
PITTSBURG, PA. .
'Phtaei: Bell 3179 P. 4A. I4M. i
DR. JULIA E. FOSTER.
Consultation and examination free. j
Office honrs—ft to 12 A M., 2to 5
M., daily except Sunday. Evening
Office—Stein Block, Rooms 9-10, But- ,
ler, Pa. People's Phone 478.
GEO. M BEATTY, M D ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office in John Richey Building.
Office Hours—9-11 A. M.. 2.30 5:30 P.
M.. 0:30-8:30 p. M
Sunday-9-10:45 A. M., 1 3:00 P. M.
Night calls 331 N. Washington St.
People's Phone 739.
DR. H. J. NEEL\,
Rooms G and 7. Hughes Builduig, |
South Main St.
Chronic diseases of genito urinary j
organs and rectum treated by the mos i
T C. BOYLE, M D.
J • EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT,
After April Ist. office in former Dr.
Peters'residence, No. 121 E. Cunning
ham St., Butler, Pa., next door to Times
PLARA E. MORROW. I). 0.,
V GRADUATE BOSTON COLLEGE OF
Women's diseases a specialty. Con
sultatian and examination free.
Office Hours, 9 to 12 m., 2 to 3 p. m
People's Phone 573.
116 S. Ma)a strett, Butler, Pa
I • PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At 327 N. Main St.
T R. HAZLETT, M. D.,
XJ • 106 West Dlamoi.d,
Dr. Graham's formtr o<*<.e.
Special attention j» \e.. to Eye,
and Throat I'eoolv's Phone 274
QAM' SL M. BIFPD
U PHYSICIAN AND ST'H<VrON
M WEST C" atrtsgbaw <l.
DR. S. A. JOHNSTON.
Formerly of Butler,
Has located opposite Lowiy House,
Main St . Butler. Pa. The finest work
a specialty. Expeit painless extractor
of teeth by his uew method, no medi
cine used or jabbing a needle into the
gums; also gas and ether used. Com
munications by mail receive prompt at
DR J. WILBERT MCKEE,
Office over Leighner'a Jewelry store,
Peoples Telephone 505.
A specialty made of gold fillings, gold
crown and hridjje work.
\V J HIND MAN,
»V , DENTIST.
12,' i South Main street, (ov Metzer's
DR. H. A. MCCANDLKSS.
Office in Butler County National Bank
Building, 2nd floor.
DR. M. D. KOTTRABA,
Successor to Dr. Johnston
Office at No 114 E. Jeflerson St., over
G. W. Miller's grocery
Artificial Teeth inserted on the latest
improved plan. Gold Fillings a spec
ialty. Office next to postoffice.
\\J C. FINDLEY,
I! • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND
Office on South side of Diamond,
Office in Butler County National
> ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at No. 8. We3t Diamond St. But
COULTER & BAKER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Butler County National
JOHN W. COULTER,
A TTORNK Y-AT-LAW.
Office on Diamond, Butler, Pa.
Special attention given to collections
and business matters.
T D McJUNKIN,
J • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office in Reiber building, cornel Main
and E. Cunningham Sts, Entrance OD
1 B. BREDIN,
•I • ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Main St. uear Court Bnun
• ATTORNEY AT LAV .
Otfic* i'i Wise buiidins:
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Tfic* In the Negley Building. West
p F. L. McQUISTION,
V. CIVIL, ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
Office near Court House.
• GENERAL, SURVEYING.
Mines and Land. County Surveyor.
R. F D. 49, West Sunbury, Pa.
• NOTARY PUBLIC,
Office with Berkaier. next door to P O
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<lll til UN fill* in llrd tn<!
luff •' ic hoxi-M. v-ah-d wiili blue ribboa
Taiie no Itofwic tliuiceroai tub«ll
lillon».t!i»l Buy of your Druggist,
or send in stamp** fo r Te»li*
nioiiialN &:)il *• for in letter,
bv rflurn Mnll. HMM>O T«vtiuumials. bold bj
CBI'.'IIRSTSB OHEWICAL CO.
8109 Ktt3/a.<ki ? I WA
Um U*>« '.«!•
H. MILLER, I
FIRE and LlFii
and REAL ESTATE
OFFICE—Room 508. Butler County
National B;ink buildinc.
M. C. WAGNER
ia» South Main St. j
R-R-TIM E-T ABLES
B It & P It H
Time table in effect Nov. 22, 1903.
Passenger trains leave and arrive at
Butler as follows:
LEAVE FOR NORTH.
7:30 a. in., mixed for Pnnxsntawney,
Da Bois and intermediate stations.
10:11 a. in. daily, vestibuled day ex
press for Bnffalo, connects at Ashford,
week days, for Rochester.
6:30 p. m. local for Punx'y, Dn Bois
and intermediate stations.
11:25 p. in. night express for Buffalo
ARRIVE FROM NORTH.
<i:o* a, m. daily, night express from
Bnffalo and Rochester.
9:45 a.m. week days, accomodation
from Dn Bois.
5:31 p.tii. daily, vestibuled day express
from Bnffali. Has connection at Ash
ford week days from Rochester.
8:45 p.m. week days) mixed train
from Dti Bois and Punxsntawney.
Trains leave the B. & O. Station,
Allegheny, for Buffalo and Rochester
at 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.. and for local
points as far as Dußois at 5:10 p.m.
It & O It It
Time table in effect. May 15, 1904.
Trains for South and West,leave Butler
—town time: WEEK DAYS.
6:20 a. m, Allegheny Accommodation.
8:00 a m, Allegheny & Cleveland Ex.
9:10 a.m, Allegheny Express.
1:40 p m. Ell wood Ace-omo.
3:35 p.in, Allegheny Ex.
5:00 p.m. Chicago, Ellwood, N Caetle.
5:20 p. m, Allegheny Es.
5:50 p.m. Allegheny Ac. —New Castle.
8:00 a.m, Allegheny & Cleveland Ex.
10:25 a.m, Pittsburg Ex.
3:35 p m, Allegheny Ex.
5:51) p.m. Allegheny Ac. —New Castle.
GOING NORTH—WEEK DAYS.
9:42 a m. Kane & Bradford Mail.
4:55 Clarion Accomo.
9:42 a.in, and 8:00 p.m. to Foxburg.
For through ticket*, Pullman reservations and in
f>rniati.>u apply to W. 11. TURNER, Agt,
E. D. SMITn, A. G. P. A.,
PENNSYLYANIF % D .
WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
SCBZIILB IK Irrin Oct. 4 1904.
SOUTH. WEEK DAYS
AM A M.jA.M P. M.,P. M
01TTLKK Leave 6 15 8 40 10 [iS 2 35 4 3(
>ax;«nt»urg.......Arrive 6 45 9 03 10 58 3 00 4 ft
Butler Junction.. " 7 20 9 30 11 25 3 25 5 21
Butler Juncd. u...L«ave 7 30 9 35 11 30 3 25 8 1 :
Natrona ..Arrive 7 3?< 9 43 11 39 3 33 ti fcl
Tarentutu 7 44 9 47 11 4G 3 40 6 M
Spring dale j 7 55 • 57 11 58 3 51 6 42
Claremont 1 12 16 4 06 ; 7 01
Sharpaburg 8 16 10 18 12 2t» 4 12 7 11
Allegheny ] 8 30 10 30 12 40 4 25 7 2f
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.'P. M
SUNDAY TRAINS. —Leave Butler for Allegheuj
Oity and principal intermediate stations at 7:20 a. m.
*nd 5:05 p. m.
NORTH. WEEK DAYS
A.M. A.M. A.M P. M.|P. M
Allogbeny City I? 6 20j 8 3D.10 25 2 -X> 61(
Sharpsburg 6 34 8 45 10 37 2 35 6 2
Claremont 6 4.1 8 55 j 10 43 2 47' ...
Springdale 702 | 9
Tarentum 7 14, 9 24111 09 3 20 6 51
Natrona. 7 30] 9 31 11 1« 3 30 6 b'
Butler June ar 730 94011 25 345 7(X
Butler June lv 7 45 ! 9451230 | 4 05 7Of
Saxonburg 809 10 0»'12 54 435! 7 3<
BUTLER 835 10 35 1 20 6 051 7 54
A.M.jA.M, P. M. P. M.|P. B1
SUNDAY TRAINS.—Leave Allegbeuy City for Bui
ler and principal intermediate stations at 7:00 a. m. and
9:30 p. in.
rOR THE EAST.
Week Days. Sunda}!
A.M. A.M..P. M. A.M. P M
BUTLIR. lv 615 ... 235 7 20! ....
Butler J'ct ar 720 325 810 ....
Butler J'ct lv 740 14 00 814 ....
reeport vrj 743 14 02 8 17! ....
Kskiminetas J't " 748 408 8 23j ....
Leechburg ** 758 420 836 ....
West Apollo 14 814 439 8 67: ....
Saltaburir •* 844 508 923 ....
Blairwville 920 '5 42 9 621....
Blairsvillelnt.. . P 27 ••••.[ 5 50, 10 00
Altoona " 11 35 850 1 40|. ..
Harrisburg " 310 100 6 35'
Philadelphia 7." 623 | 423 10 47;
P. M. A.M.I A.M.i|P. M.| P. M
Through trains for the east leave Pittsburg (Union
Station), as follows:
Keystone Express dafly 3:00 ▲.»
M+uh.itUn Limited, daily, for North Phila
delphia and New York 3:35 44
Pennsylvania Limited tlaily 7:16 "
New York 44 44 7:15 44
Atlantic Express, 44 7:30 "
Main Line Express, " 8:00 44
Day Express, " 12:01 Noon
Mail Express 41 12:45 P.M
Chicago Mail £ai]y, for Baltimore and
Wahbiagt'D 4:50 "
Eastern Kxprets, daily, for Phil a an«l N Y ... ,4:56 44
New York JCxt-recs, " " " 7:10 44
Philadelphia Express, daily 9:00 4
New York Special, daily fbr New York, only. 10:00 14
Philadelphia Special daily. Sleeping
cars to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wash
ington. No coaches 10:00 4
Philttd'a Mail, Sundays oniy 8:35 A.m
Note —Carries coach inssengers between Pittsburg
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge all
rail route) 8:00 a.m., 7.10 and and 9:00 p. m. daily,
"Pennsylvania Limited," and New York Limited 715
а. in, week days.
Buffalo and All eg eh eay Valley Division
Trains leave Kiskiminetas Junction as follows:
For Buffalo, 9.46 a. m. and 11.48 p. m. daily, witt
through parlor and sleeping cars.
For Oil City, 7.42 9.46 a. m,, 2.30, 6.07 and 11.48 p
m. week-days. Sundays, 9.46 a. m., 6.07 and 11.4t^p.m.
For Red Bank, 7.42,9.46, a.m., 2 30, 6.07, 10.15,
aud 11.48 p. m. week-days. Sundays, 9.46,10.40 a. m.
б.07 and 11.48 p. m.
For Kittanning 7.42, 9*B, 9.46,11.14a.m.,2.30,5.33,
6.07, 7.30,10.15, and 11.48 p. m. week-days. Sundays,
9.46, 10.40 a. m., 6.07, 10.44, and 11.48 p. m.
"f" Stojis only on signal or notice to agent or con
ductor to receive or discharge passengers.
Foi detailed information, apply to ticket agent oi
address Thoe. E. Watt, Pass. Agt. Western District,
360 Fifth Avenne. Pittsburg, Pa.
W. W. ATTERBURY, J. R WOOD
Gen'l Manager. Pass'r Traffic Manager.
GEO, W. BOYD,
General Passenger A g ct
•£SSEMER & LAKE ERIE RAILR9AD
TIME TABLE In effect Sept 18th, 1904.
EASTERN STANDARD TIME.
(Read up) Dally Except Sunday (Read down)
1J !14| 12 1 RT , XI - I »111 I 13
p.:n p.m.a.m. oIAiiUKB. a.m p.m.p.m.
7 1 4410 60 Erie. ! 7 (10! 1 00( 4 30
7 03 110 Fairview I 7 26 4 56
8 M| 1 uu|lo l'ij G Irani 7 37 1 97| & 08
7 o>| I 40110 25|Ar..Conneaut..Lv 7 2012 01 460
4 .Vli 01 7 20ILv..Conneaut-Ar|lo 25 7 05
0 3 J 9 66). Cranesville 7 66 626
•5 3o 12 61 9 621 Albion 8 Ott 2 00 6 30
G I(:fl2 35f9 3S> Shad. land. 8 13;f2 1015 42
8 13 12 33| 9 37|.....Springboro 8 16 2 1* 5 44
C 07,12 28| 9 30| .(.onneautviile... 8 23; 2 lb 5 £0
6 50U 601 9 60 Ar.Mead ville.Lv 7 47 1 50 4 62
4 62!11 3a 7 47Lv..Meadvilie. Ar 9£o 31d6 60
6 2212 22* 9 iMA-.Con't Lake Lv g15218 5 20
6 20>12 ort 8 15 Lv.Con't Lake.Ai* 9 22 2 6ft 6
6 45 1 Ar..Llneaville..Lv | 6 66
I 8 65ll.v..LinesTille. Ar l - : 7 16
5 4 2 1219 12 ..Meadville Jet _ 842 237 i 12
6 2' 11 6a 8 57' Harts town 8 67 2 4!' 6 26
62c 11 f>olß 50. Adamsville.... 9 0:! i 2 M 631
3 13 8 40 Osgood 9 13'... 6 41
r> o; 11 35l 8 33l Greenville 9 2fl 310 C4B
50J 11 2-J 828 Shenango 92m 3 If. 6K
» 4 11 12 8 It 1 Fredonia 9 45 3 31 7 12
4 2- 10 &« 7 66 Mercer 10 01 3 41. 7 »
1 W 18 53) 7 61 ..Houston Jet.... 10 06 .. 7 30
4 0:; 10 35| 730 Grove City 10 2x 4 OS) 760
:J4'Jlo_lß| ! Branchton 110 48 4 27t
...J 7 10 Lv. HiUiard . Ar'll 2i> « 30 1 .. .
3 3310 13; I Kei5ter..........10 52 4 31
3 1910 02 1 Euclid...- 11 061 4 46'
.1100 Ar. „ Kaylor „XV 3 30
7 40 Lv.._. Kaylor ... Ar 6 22i.
2 5U|9 85( | Butler 11l 30|6 10t
~7~30"! I.North Bessemer.' J G 50
I 15 815 J Allegheny 1 00, 636
p. in.a.m ...„j 1p.m.p.m.l
Train No.l leaving Greenville at G:ls a. m.:
Sheuango C:s3;Kredonla 7:11: Mercer 7:28; Grove
< ity 7:56; Keister 8:18; Butler 9:00, arrives in
Allegheny at 10:25 a. m.; connects at Queen
I auction with train 9 to and trom Kaylor, and
at Butler to North Bessemer.
Train No. 2 leaving Allegheny at 3:00 p m.;
TUitler 4:45; Keister 6:30; Grove City 5:63; Mercer
; 18; Fredonia 6:34; Bhenango 6>52, arrives in
Hreenvllle at 6:67; connects at Queen Junction
with trains to and from Kaylor, and at Butler
.'rum Nortli Beasemer.
F.. H. TTTLEY, E. D. COMSTOCK,
General Manager. Gea'l Pass. Agent
Win field It it Co Time Table
In effect Nov. 30th, 1903.
| STATIONS. AM P M
Leave. Wo«t Wlnfleld 7 30 2 45
! M Boggaville 7453 00
" Iron Bridge 766 310
" Winfield Junction 810 326
11 Lane 830 335
" Butler Junction 825 340
Arrive Hutler 10 66 5 38
Arrive Allegheny 10 02 5 06
Arrive Blalnmlle 12 45 6 20
~ K,V- I W AI D.
STATIONS. A 6 P M
Leave niairaville 7 50 2 26
M Allegheny 900 300
« Butler 735 235
41 Butler Junction 10 15 440
" Lane 10 18 443
** Winfield Junction 110 30 455
" Iron Bridge .'lO 40 506
Boggaville |lO 50i 5 15
Arrive We.t Wiufleld |lO OS I 5 30
Train, atop at Lane and Iron Bridge only on Flag to
take un or leave "9 pa»*nger».
Trains Connect at Butler Junction with:
Trains Eastward for Free pert, Vandergrift and
Trains Westward for Satrons, Tarentnm and Alls
glTrvl'n« Northward lor Saxonburg, Marwood and But-
B. O. BKALOB,
General Uaiu«*r. |
Don't Know That?
That Stern's Creamery and Milk
depot at the iear of 417 South
Main street is.in operation?
WELL, IT IS!
And if yon want good Milk,
Cream. Creamery Butter or Butter
milk, call and see us or watch for
People's Phone 435 Bell Phone 263.
ASK YOUR GROCER for Steen's
Boiled Cider in quart jars
We guarantee jur products pure
and fr e from any adulteration.
J H. STEENS CREAMERY.
PIANOS AT YOUR PRICE.
W. R. Newton,
The Piano Man,
317 S. nain Street.
1 «375 at *275 Cash.
1 |375 at $250 Cash.
1 |340 at $245 Cash.
Re-poaessed and you get the benefit of
what the other fellow paid. You would
not know it if I didn't tell you. They
look as good as new. Other pianos from
s.">() upwards. Everything in music.
Call and see. You know in the Music
Store your credit is good.
Pearson B. Nace's
Livery Feed end Sale Stable
Wick House Butler °enn'«
The best of horses and Brut claaa rlf»
wavs on hand and for hire.
Best accommodations In town for perma
nent boarding and transient trade. Specl
al care guaranteed.
Stable Room For 65 Horses
A Rood c ass of horses, both drivers add
draft horses always on hand and for sale
a full guarantee; and horses bough
pon proper notification bv
PEARSON 8. NACE.
T«iei)o<ice Nn tl .
Easy and Quick!
To make the very best soap, simply
dissolve .1 can of Banner Lye in cold
water, melt slbs.5 lbs. of grease, pour the
Lye water in the grease. Stir and put
aside to set.
Full Directions on Every Packag*
Banner Lye is pulverized. The can
may be opened and closed at will, per
mitting the use of a small quantity at a
time. It is just the article needed in
every household. It will clean paint,
floors, marble and tile work, soften water,
disinfect sinks, closets and waste pipes.
Write for booklet "Uses of Banner
Lye " —free.
The Peon Chemical Works, Philadelphia
~ HUGH L CONN ELL Y7
Wholesale Dealer In
For Medicinal Purposes
Bell Phone 278
People's Phone 578.
316 East Jefferson Street
<§£) <(X) <^)
IF YOU WANT TO HEAR
WEAR GAULT'S TELEPHONE EAR DRU*
Room 38 Leader Building.
FIFTH AVENUE, PITTSBURG. PA
A safe, certain relit ,>r Suppressed
Menstruation. Never kt,,.vrn to fan. Bafe!
Sure! Speedy! Satisfaction Guaranteed
or money Refunded. Sent prepaid for
SI.OO per box. Will send themon triaj. to
be paid for when relieved. Sample* Free.
UMITtP MCPICAL CO.. »o« T«. U»M»TI||. >».
Sold in Butler at the Centre Ave
FA RMS W ANTE D
TO SELL AND EXCHANOE.
This company Is In a position to get farmi
before a large number of customers; perhapi
yours may suit one of them. Let us try It
bend In complete description, giving size
improvements, condition, price, terms anc
FRANKSTOWN REALTY CO.,
7806 Frankstown Ave , Pittsburg, Pa
W S. & E. WICK,
Rough and Worked Lumber of all Kind*
Doors, Sash and Mouldings
OH Well Rigs a Specialty.
Office and Yard"
F. Cunningham and Monroe Bti
near west Penn Depot,
LEGAL RIGHTS OF TENANTS
A VERITABLE MINE OF INFORMATION.
Worth ruany times its cost; is designed t<:
protect tenants to the fullest extent of thf
law; leßKlly accurate and absolutely re
liable; written in plain and simple language.
It will pay for Itself many hundred times
Published by the
TENANTS' RIGHTS LEAGUE.
Dept "A" First National Bank Bldg. Wllklns
burg, l'a. Price 25c, post paid. Agents wanted
Look a Heed
Look over the list of stock
Note what your judgment tells
you about these values.
Heed your judgment and there's |
money in it.
I offer you highly responsible
and efficient brokerage service
and moderate margins.
R. M. Weaver
Stocks and Bonds
223 Fourth Avenue,
Local office, 213 S. Main St.
F. EARL STEWART,
To those purchasing photos
of groups or views, Bxlo, at
50c each, to the amount of $lO
I will present free a fine 20x40,
exact reproduction that will
stand washing and not fade
away. No bum work, but a
fine permanent Bromide en
largement, fully guaranteed.
This offer is good till October
The Outdoor Artist,
The Butler Dye Works
——— II ———l
DO YOU WISH TO HAKE 1
YOUR PLACE OF BUSINESS, YOUR CHURCH
YOUR LODGE, OR ANY ROOM
WRITE US FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
MADE OF STEEL.
WHEELING CORRUGATING CO..
WHEELING. V. Vfl.
]| THE LARGEST IX THE COUNTY.
] | THE I
|| Butler County National Bank. |
\\ 1890, Organized—Capital - $100,000.00 |
\\ 1900, Capital increased to - 200,000.00 |
][ 1904, Capital increased to - 300,000.00
H Sept. 9, Surplus and Profits - 326,377.91
Sept. 9, Resources $2,706,34-2.30
Interest paid on time deposits since organization
Tbe Following Well-known Business Men Compose oar Board of Directors: f
* LEFLIE P. HAZLETT C. P. COLLINS W. S. WALDRON
F W. 11. LARK IN HARRY 11EASLEY A. L. REIBER *
* JOSEPH HART MAN. JB. T. P. MIKKLIN LG SMITH *
I )}' JItt'ANDLESS M. HF.NSHAW EM. lIREDIN *
* R. A. MARKS U. McSWEENEY J. V. RITTS *
I "The big Bankon the comer at the Court House" J
p_ THE OLDEST IN THE COUNTY.
Butler Savings & Trust Co.
Capital. Surplus and Undivided Profits
Solicits your banking and trust business and offers you 1
every favor consistent with sound banking. ■'
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. |
Write for our booklet, ' 'Saving Money," Yours for the asking'. f?
Farmers' National Bank,
CAPITAL - $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS - 532,000.00
Accounts of the public solicited. A liberal rate of interest paid.
JOHN YOUNKINS, President JOHN HUMPHREY, Vice President
E. W. BINGHAM. Cashier. J. F. HUTZLER. Ass't Cashier.
W CUMALENA HAIR TONIC is a sure cure 9
\ / (v'v'* I for Dandruff, ItchJnar of the Seal p, Splitting and B
I Falling Out of the tfc.ii*. ft
,/yy-X. jk \ MR. A. JOHNSTON. Real Estate Dealer. Craft on, Pa.. says: 3
f « It affords me great pleasure to be able to &aj> that
f CUMALENA HAIR TONIC cured me of chronic dao M
/*'*• 1 druff. I suffered for a long period of time, and tried M
/w I niany remedies, but never received any permanent ■
| fr.l benefit until 1 procured a bottle of CUMALENA from ■
I J one ot our druggists." H:
CUMALENA HAIR TONIC to be had at .11 Stit-clm I
V druggists and barbers. g
Isoc and $i bottles. Our guarantee goes with every bottle. gj
CUMALENA MFG. CO.. Inc.. CRAFTON, FENNA. ff
OUR GUARANTEE OFFER.
I Forst's 7 year old JH We pay all express I
I 4 full quarts Q charges and pack I
I for in plain sealed I
I $3.00. BlfjS cases. I
H Do you use Whiskey In vour home for medicinal purposes? We guar- H
■ antee our Roods to be PURE and WHOLESOME. Send us a trial order and H
H If the goods does not prove all we claim for it and if it is not better for the H
■ money, than anything you have had from others, then return it, at our H
■ expense, and we will return your money. H
■ The Editor of this paper or any Bank of Pittsburj? will tell you we are H
■■ responsible. Send for our Private Price-list. HP
■ MORRIS FORST & CO-, ■
H Cor. 2nd Ave. & Smllhfleld St., Pltjsburg, P*. J
I PLUMBERS |
S Estimates given cn all kinds of work. ?
3 We make a specialty of s
t NICKLE-PLATED, (
C SEAMLESS, /
i OPEN-WORK. X
/ 354 Centre Ave., Butler, Pa ?
p Peoples Phone. 630. c
The Davis Sewing Hachine tor Sale by
W. B. McCa iidless, 45, Euclid, Pa
Also Pianos and Organs.