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■ Free Bus to and From Trains. g
■ Rates Reasonable at all Times. B
■ Water Free to Guests. Kg
■ Open the Year Round. B
I HOTEL DE VITA, I
■ CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, PA. g
■ MARTIN It. PARKER, M<rr. IP
I In connection with the De Vita Mineral Springs. gg
■ Electric and Vapor Baths. B
■ The Magnesia Spring is found at a depth of 109 S
■ feet and the water rises to within four feet of the S
B surface, whence it is pumped direct to the hotel. Be
B As a water for bathing it isunequaleil on account |H
B of its softness and medicinal properties. Being a M
B laxative, it is one of the best known specifics for ■■
B all blood and skin diseases. ■
B These waters have made wonderfnl cures and H
BS are recommended for the following diseases:
B Bright s Disease of the Kidneys, Rheumatism, B
B Prostration, Diabetes, Dropsy, Catarrh of the H
B Stomach and Bladder, Nervous Prostration. n
B Rheumatic Gont, all poisonous conditions of the H
B blood and gastric conditions of the stomach. W
Kelsey, Crown, Boomer ■
B Coal and Slacl< Heaters, Gas and Coalß
B Ranges and Gas Stoves. 1904 Washers, B
I Sowing Machines, Needles for all makes ofß
BSewing Machines. Sewing repaired.®
B Roofing and Spouting, and House Furnishing Goods. B
I Henry Biehl, I
B 122 N. Main St. I'eo. 'Phone 404. B
Pearson B. Nace's
Livery,'FMd and Sale Stable
Wick House. Butler'; Penn'a.
The belt of bor»e» and first class rigs al
ways on hand and for hire.
Best accommodations In torn for perma
nent boarding and transient trade. Sped
at care guaranteed.
Stable Room For 06 Horaeel
A good c ase of horses, both drivers and
draft horses always on hand and for sale
W-der afttll guarantee; and horses bough
pen proper notification bv
PEARSON B. NACE.
Te'ieonone Mo. tt
d May Kennedy stand) i
First-class horses and rigs.
Excellent boarding accom
Good and clean waiting room.
Open day and night.
BERT IcCUDLESS, Manager,
T>AROID. The Roofing with NO
TAR. Won't dry out. Won't
ANYONE can apply it. Tins,
Nails and Cement in core oi
REPRESENTS the results o
" years of Experience and Ex
/"kNLY requires painting every
fewyears. Not when first
T S Cheaper than Gravel, Slate
A or Shingles.
JJEMAND for PAROID is world
MADE IN 1.2 AND 3 PLY
Other Fat-vS, Samples and Prices are
yours if you will ask us.,
L. C. WICK,
Furniture and Household Goods
At lMt building coming down and
everything mnst be sold in 80 days.
Carpets, Bugs, Linoleum and Furniture
The finest stock from Ht. Louis Exposition.
Large Axmlnlster Carpets, that urn all made
to 111 rooms; cost stii and 173 go ac (8!i Body
Brussels cost (M 0 and fSO go at f
will fit large slzo room*, ltoom size Kugs.
Brussels and Ingrain 18. 17.30. $lO an 1 IIS. A
fire chance, bam pie S piece genuine Leather
arlor Halts cost §125 at *»."> and (15. Inlaid
loolenm. thick as a board, worth t1.50 a
yard go at 75c. Others worth 88c go at 40c
and 50c. Exposition samples of l>edrooiii
suit*; ones cost 1100 go at *4O. #7.', ones go at
■3O. Others at i 12, sls and |o>. This Is a salt;
Of a lifetime. Must make room for new build
log. W j pay the freight.
' Next to Plclcerlngs. 9M Pecu Ave. I'lttsburg.
BEST DINING ACCOMODATIONS
AT K. J. IHBIO'B LADIES' & OENT'H
DINING & LUNCH ROOMS.
tO *2l Park Way, Allegheny City, j
Opposite Doggfl & Buhl's
FANS! FANS! FANS!
Ventilating Fans, either Electric or belted
or Water Motors or Can Engines for Hotels
and ItestiMrants. KKKIUH MACHINERY
00...8# Second Avenue. Pittsburg. I'a.
4$ I'AGI BOOK FREE, lilghi-st reference
FITZGERALD & CO.,
Dept. 40, Washington. D. O,
THE ACME CURTAIN STRETCHER.
M har« been tbeususl uuw
tJr IFt ■ .till bnofMwstMhmiiiii
£» [f :ir\ andpaasadawaj.UaTln*
<Mw \ ? IL ~ *ZI I s truster demand for the
M V*. .fy . V'gHIaCMK. TUKCOHNKK
\l UCA YW tills TIIM
TJ I* II ——<f <iXTOK r. Our lMt Ad-
Instable Pin 1* a suoaeaa.
W,y/ f Engineering Electricity,
//l/_ A. . Hook-ke*plnghlK.rtluiid,
f/jsfySS/J/S Preparatory Academic.
■ and Higher Accuantaucy
High tirade Schools.
Wegsatly eqnlpped and llgbfcd room.. Positions
No autlquatad metliuda or men employed. Sure
Evary Isscber s college graduate with experience."
Pittsburg, Allegheny. Buffalo N Isgara ralia. and
Mexico oily. Mrnd to PltUbnrg for Catalog, I
Martin Jennings Cstos, LL. D„ President. 1
Has added a full line of
amateur Photo Supplies, Cam
eras, Films, Dry Plates, De
velopers, Printing out and de
At about one half what
you have been paying.
As good if not better than
the Trust goods.
215 S. Main St. Butler
The Butler Wood Fibre
Mfgrs, of the celebrated 'Blue
Bell Wood Fibre Wall Plaster,
the best and cheapest plaster
on the market.
We are also sole agents for
the following high grade build
Whitehall Portland Cement,
has no equal for all classes of
Woodville White Enamel
Finish, the peer of hydrated
lime for skim coat.
Sacketts Plaster Board, >ou
can line your house with this
fire proof board at half the cost
of any other material.
Give us a call before build
ing, we can save you money.
Office, W„ Cunningham St.,
Opp. Electric Light Office.
A safe, certain relk jj Hitpprisaed I
Menstruation. Neve,- kr..,«n?o fall. Hafe! ■
Hurel Kpeedyl (Satisfaction (juaranteed ■
or money ltefundod. Bent prepaid for ■
11.00 per box. Will send tbemon trlaj to I
be paid for when relieved. Hamplee Free. ■
uhitib maiCAL CO . aos 74. Ltwasarta, at g
Hold in Butler at the Centre Ave.
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 hfc Works
See the Sign directly
opposite the t '
Theodore Vogeley, flrl
Real Fstatt and IjjJ
238 S. Main St £3
llutlcr, Pa. ||
tf you have properly j
to Kell, trade, or r«jri I mI
or, want to buy or VwJ
rent caii writ« or
übene me. BMHI
List Mailed Upon Application
W| ► -t*
DR. E. GREWER,
No. 229 12 SOUTH MAIN ST
NEXT DOOR TO GUARANTY
SAFE DEPOSIT & TRUST CO.,
BUTLER, PA, ROOMS 1, 2,
Dr. E. Grewer is & graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania, is now per
manently located at the aboveaddress,
where he treats all chronic diseases o c
men, women and children.
Diseases of the Nervous System, the
symptoms of which are dizziness, lack
of confidence, sexual weakness in men
and women,ball rising in the throat.spots
floating before the eyes, loss of memory
nnable to concentrate the mind on one
subject, easily startled when snddenly
spoken to, aud dull distressed mind
which unfits them for performing the
duties of life, making happiness impos
sible, distressing the action of the heart.
dej>ression of the spirits, evil forebod
ings, cowardice, tear, oreams, melan
choly, tire easy of company, feeling as
tired in the morning as when retiring,
lack of energy, tieryoustess, trembling,
confusion of the mind deprewiion, con
stipation, weakness of the limbs, etc.
Those so affected should consult us im
mediately at.d be restored to perfect
Lost Manhood Restored
Weakness of Young Men Cured
and all private diseases.
Dr. E. Grewer's varicocele Ring cures
Varicocele, Hydrocele and Rnptnre
promptly cared without pain and no
detention from business.
He cures the worst cases of Nervous
Prostration, Rheumatism, Scrofula,
Old Sores, Blood Poison, and all Di
seases of the Skin . Ear, Nose, Throat,
Heart. Lnngs, Stomach, Liver, Kidneys
Itching Piles, Fistula, Stricture,
Tumors, Cancers, Goiters, cured with
Special attention paid to the treat
ment of Nasal Catarrh.
He will forfeit the sum of Five
Thousand Dollars for any case of FITS
OR EPILEPTIC CONVULSIONS that
he cannot cure.
Consultation free and strictly confi
dential. Write if you cannot call.
Office hours—From 0 a. m. to 8:30 p.
in. On Sunday from Itoß p. m. only.
Marry A. Mariir\
STOCKS & i Member Pittsburg Stock
BONDS. I Exchange.
SOB Times Building, Pittsburg, Pa.
It YOu Want to Make a Quick Sale oi Tour
Property or Btulneu Write B».
We make h specialty of selllnK hotels,
stores, merchandise, stocks and real estaU
of every description.
H. A. SHAFFER CO..
430 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
JOHN I*. HA It ISO UK Jit.
BANKER AND BROKER,I
404/Tlme« Building. Pittsburg, Pa.
3 sMember of Pittsburg Stock Exchange.
itcal Estate Investments,
Homes, Coal Properties, Mortgages.
FRANK B. TOMB,
803 Farmers' Kuildlng, Pittsburg, Pa
McSweeney'i Inter State Detective Agency,
440 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
Competent reliable detectives for secret
work, and protect property. All communl
cations strictly confidential. Call or wrlti
;C. F. T, Pape, <
| iIEWELER-i \
/ 121 E. Jefferson Street. /
T-Ralls, Beams, Machinery In stock. Kails
cut to lengths. Cash paid for scrap-Iron ana
metals. HOMER HOWKS, lilvcr Avenue.
Allegheny. I'a. End ot Sixth Street ltrldK'e
One of the Beit Opcortnnltlea for Making
Money Ever Offered.
am sicre* of land ln 'ArrnstronK County. I'a
The land Is underlaid with coal: lias laric<
deposit of limestone. Iron ore and lire clay
two Kas wells that have been doing business
for 1 j years. Large brick dwellliiK, bam and
other outhulldlnKs. The properly Is orn
mile from Mahoning, arid on the ltr<xjkvllli
& Mahoning Kallroad, now iMdng built
wblch will make this property worth doulili
present price, which Is only jls,ooii.(K). Kot
terms see J. A. YOt.'NU & CO., J'enn & High
land Aves. I'lttsburg.
fIESSEMER & LAKE ERIE RAILROAD
TIME TABLE In effect May 281h, 1905.
EASTERN STANDARD TIME.
NORTHWARD " SOUTHWARD
(Read up) Dally Except Sunday ißeaddows)
~io | if | 12 I HTATI - ~ S I 11 I 18
p.m. p. ui.a. m. otAJiOMs, a. m. p. m.lp.m.
7 '23; 1 63 lu -jr, Krle J 02:12 C.tl 4 67
6 •* 10 12 Falrvlew 7 B 161
6 Hi 1 Into mr f.irard . 7 :i" I f, 3S
7UU l .'iojlo lß!Ar..(;onncaut..Lv 7 0012 01 10
6 lojia o<| 7 00|Lv..Couneaut_Aijl0 Ift ... 700
'tl 2'j .'...j |T4:) ..('ranisvirie 7 r, 61
# 2.'.| I OO 1 0 40 Albion 7 r.H 1 4/>, 5 65
C 6 l.'l fia «tf» 2lil Khttd e land ..... IH 1211 Wj ft! OT
t lOjl2 48; U 2*l—Hprlll gboro H1i169 (i 10
0 04|12 40! » 1H; CoMliea utvllle...' X 20; 2 or, ft 1(1
e 21)12 am u :"t2Ar Miwl vllle. I.x M 00, I 4!< 4 44
4 42 II ivi g OOLV Mead vllle. >r U 82 a 10 7 27
6 52|12 21* U Of, AColi't J.ske I.v 8 2s 2 12 .1 0y
6 0011 M » 2HjLv.<'on't Ijike.Ar 0 OfJ 2 41 7 00
6 » 201Ar..Lines v111e..1.v 8 17 ! <i 1»
Ji 12 S 1711.V Lines vllle. Ar D2O 4Mi sOS
» 4( 41 '2 lsi h saß*|»,nltTou I'ark «4s 2 aji ti 45
ft 17 fll 8 llarUtown.... f» (K'.f2 40 7 05
IJ 12 fll &W 8 22j—Adams vi11a.... I» 11 f2 54 7 11
8 02 fll 41 8 12 Oagood 9 20 f3 02 7 21
454 11 35 8 (£i Circcn vllle a Jets 3ld 7
450 11 2*l 7Bm Hhenango a 85| 3,Ji 740
427 II I2j 7 3Si Kred on la ... 9 B<* 3317 50
4 13110 snj 7 2.'* Mercer 10 01 34i8 13
fio 62 7 IW...Houston Jet. .. 10 Of 8 17
351 io 3«| 7Or drove City : I0 SO 4108 38
f3 3nflu 23, a.m. 1 Harris vllle L f4 22 p.m.
8 3310 18) I.....BrullchtO)i ...I|o 4s I 2*
' II Ar ... Hllli»rd...l,\ 7 2 In
2 101 705 I.v . Milliard Aril HO el 7 .. .
3 3010 fti I Keiater 10 52 4 :il
8 17 10 02 Kuclld. . 110.1 45
II II . . Ar.... Kaylor ... JA 320
740 Lv. Kaylor . At. fl 2f> p.m.
2 fiu| 9 :«H | '.. 8ut1er....... d I ;«i) In* l <s>
7 (Kt t.Kfirth B<*hsenn-r 6 20
1 15 8 15 Lv.Allegheny.Ar I 00 <; [l6
p.m.|a. mj | p. i. p. m.1......
Train No t leaving Greenville at 0:17 a. in.:
Hhenango (i:s4;Krcdnnla 7:13; Mercer 7:27; (jrovu
City 7:50; Kelster 8 17; llutler 9:00, arrives in
Allegheny at 10:26 a. in.; connects at Queen
Junction with trains to and from Kajlor, and
at Branchton from Milliard and Annundalc.
Train No. 2 leaving Allegheny m ■
Butler 4:45; Kei»t« r 6:32: Grove City 5:55; Mercer
U 20; Kredonia l, '6 Hhenango 8::>2, arrives In
Orttenvllle at 0:67; connects at Queen Junction
with trains to and from Kaylor, and al lirknch
loo for illlilard.
K. H. UTI.KY, E. D. COMBTOCK, I
Usoeral MansKer. Ucu'l I'aat. Agtul. I
It R JFC P It ft
Time table in effect Nov. 27, 1904
' Passenger trains leave and arrive at
; Bntler as follows:
LEAVE FOR NORTH.
I 7:30 a. m., mixed for Punxsutawney,
! Du Bnis and intermediate stations.
10:31 a. m. daily, veetibuled day ex
' press for Buffalo, connects at Ashford,
week days, for Rochester.
5:37 p. in. local for Punx'y, Du Bois
and intermediate stations.
11:31 p. m. night express for Buffalo
ARRIVE FROM NORTH.
6:10 a. m. daily, night express from
! Buffalo and Rochester.
9:50 a.m. week days, accomodation
5:34 p.m. daily, vestibuled day express
from Buffalo. Has connection at Ash
ford week days from Rochester.
8:07 p.m. week days, mixed train
from Du Bois and Punxsutawney.
Trains leave the B. & O. Station,
Pittsburg, for Buffalo and Rochester
at 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.. andfor local
points as far as Dußois at 4:05 p.m. On
Snndav the 9:00 a.m. train runs to Buf
U & O It It
Time table in effect, May, 1905.
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.
1:25 p m, Ell wood Ac
3:35 p.m, Allegheny Ex.
5:00 p.m, Chicago, Ell wood, N. Castle.
5:20 p.m, Allegheny Ex.
5:50 p.m. Allegheny Ac.—-New Castle.
8:00 a m, Allegheny & Cleveland Ex.
11:10 a.m, Pittsburg Ex.
3:35 p.m, Allegheny Ac
5:50 p.m, Allegheny Ac.- -New Castle.
GOING NORTH—WEEK DAYS.
9:42 a m, Kane & Bradford Mail.
4:55 Clarion Aceomo.
0:42 a.m, Foxburg Acconi.
8:00 p.m, Foxburg Acconi.
Trains leave the Allegheny station for
Butler 7:00, 8:15, and 11:11 A. M.,
and 1:15. 3:00, 5:30 6:20 and 11:00 P. M.
On Sunday at 7:30 A.. M. and 6:15 and
11:30 P M.
Forthr-jiigh ticket*, Pul mat. reavrvutiojis and lu
formatiou apply to W. K. TURNER, Agt.
Jo P TACKiKBT, A. <J. P. A.,
WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
ScHEDrLS IH ErrKcr Juljr 9 1906.
SOUTH. , WEEK DATS
A M A.M..A.M. P.M. P. M
BLTLEB Leave 615 8 40 ( 10 36 2304 30
Saxonburg Arrive 6 45 9 06|ll 00 2 51 4 i<x
Butler Junction.. " 7 14 9 30 11 25 3 18 6 13
Butler Junction.. .Leave 737 932fl 30 321 515
Natrona Arrive 7 Hi 940 11 39 3 30 5 24
Tareutum 7 62 9 45 11 45 3 3ft. 5 30
Hpriugdale .... 802 9 55|11 5© 345 540
Haremout i ...12 16 4 01 f.» 55
-fharpuburg 8 24 .... 12 24 .... 6 03
\Uejfheuy 8 38 .... 12 40 ... 6 18
Ea-t Lilnrly 10 20 .... 4 15 ....
PltUburg. . 10 30 . . . 4 25; ....
SUNDAY TRAINS.—Leave Butler for Allegheny
Jity and principal intermediate ttationa at 7:20 a. m.
«nd 5:05 p. m.
NORTH. WEEK DAYS .
A.M. A.M. A.M. P. M. P. M
PitUbiirg 3 05 6 10
feat Lib ity 3 14 8 2"
llleichcuy City IT 6 15 82610 25 .... ....
4harp»burg 6 30 8 39 10 39
jlaremont 6 38 8 48 10 46
ipringdale 7 00 9 07 11 00 .... 043
Carentum 7 13 9 19 U 11 3 47 6 66
'fatroLa 7 20 9 'Jb 11 18 3 6U 6 59
Sutler Juuc ar 730 936 11 *7 40" 707
Sutler Juuc lv 742 94012 30 402 7 10
taxoiiburg 8 09 10 00 12 64 453 7 34
BUTLER. 8 36,10 33, 1 2o| 6 05| 8 00
SUNDAY TRAINS.—Leave Allegheny City for But
> r and principal intermediate station« at 7:00 a. in aud
»: j 0 in
VOR THk EAST.
Week Daya. Sundays
A.M. A. M. P. M. A.M. P M
BUTLER !▼, 616 ... 230 720 ....
Butler J'ct ar 711 318 810 ....
rfutler J'ct lv; 7 4o 400 814 ....
K-eeport wr| 743 .... 402 817 ....
(■kimineta* J't " 74* 408 823 ....
Leech burg. " 801 '4 20 837 ....
Weiit A polio " 821 439 864 ....
taltabnrg " 851 608 920 ....
Blairwille 923 542 962 ....
ilairaville Int 44 930 "". 5 50i;10 00
Iltoona M 11 35 860 140 . ..
iarrfaburg " 310 |1 00 036
Philadelphia 6 23 ' 4 23 |lO 30
P.M. A.M. A.M. [P.M. P.M
Through traJna for the east leave PI tub org (Union
Station), aa follows:
The P'-anaylvania rtperial, daily, fjr North
Philadelphia and New York 12:54 a.m
Vl*uhatt%ii Limited, daily, for No;Mi Phila
delphia and New York .... 1:10 "
Keyittone Express dally 3:00 "
'ennaylvania Limited dally 6:46"
.Vew York ** M 7:10 "
vtlantic Kxpreaa, " 7:30 "
lain Line iCxpress, " 8:00 M
Buffalo Day Expre** " 9 00"
«>ay Express, " 12:01 Noon
Mail Express, daily, for Baltimore and Wash
ington 12:46 P.M
Buffalo Sp'-< Isl " 1:10 "
Chicago Mall iaily, for B*Himor»i and
Washington 4:50 "
Eastern Ezpreta, daily, for Phll'a and N Y 4:66 ••
Vew York Express. " " " 7:10 44
'hiladelphla « Washington Express, daily... .9 00 '
>!«w York Special, daily for New York, Haiti
more and \Vashingt«4i 10:00 "
Philadelphia Special daily, for Philadelphia
only. Sleeping cars ouly 10:00 ••
duifa.o Night Kxpresv,dally .11:00 41
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge all
ail route) 3:00, 8:00 a.m., 7.10 aud aud 9:00 p. m.
(ally, "Pennsylvania Limited," G: 15 am and Now
York Limited7.lo a.m, week days, 10.00 p.m. daily
wiih through sleeping car.
For Cape May, lo 00 p m, daily, "The Pennsylvania
Malted and 4> N«-w York Limited" 8.45 a.m. week
For A«tbury Park, Ocean Grove and Long Branch,
The Pennsylvania Limited" 6.45 a.m and "New York
limited" 7.10 a.m. week days; 10 00 p.m. daily.
Buffalo and Allegheny Valley Division.
Trains leave Klsklminetaa Junction as follows:
For Buffalo, 9.51 a.m. and 11.50 p. m. daily, with
hrough parlor and sleeping cars.
For Oil City, 7.48* 9.51 *. m., 2.J4, 6.07 and 11.60 p.
n. week days. Sundays, 9.51 a. m., 6.07 aud 11^0p.m.
For Red Hank, 7.48, 9.51, a. m., 2 34, 0.07
10:16 aud 11.50 p. m. weeknlays. Sundays, 9.51, 10-40
.. m.,6.07 aud 11.50 p. m.
For fUttanning 7.4H,
>.07,7.30, 10.15, and 11.50 p. m. week-days. Sun lay
•.61, 10.40 a. m., 6.07, 10.44, and 11.50 p. m.
4 T* Stojsi ouly on signal or uotice to ageut or con
luctor to receive or discharge imsseugers.
Foi detaile«l information, apply to ticket agent ot
•ddress Thoa. E. Watt, Pass. Agt. Western District,
*6O Fifth Avenno. Pittsburg, Pa
»V. W. ATTiRBURY, J. R WOoD
Gen'l Manager. I'ass'r Traffic Manager.
GEO, W BOYD. ojueral I'ssiieuger Agett.
Winlield It it Co Time Table
In effect-May 20th. IW)3.
STATIONS. IAM PM
weaves West Wlnfleld ... 7 30 '2 4&
" Hoggsv 11 le 74j 3 Of)
" Iron Bridge 7 W 310
Wlufleld Junction 8 10 3 26
" Lane. 8 3f» 3
" Butler Junction 8 25 3 40
Arrive Putter 10 Si 5 06
trrive Allegheny 6 00
Arrive Pittsburg. 10 25
Arrive BlairsvlUe 1 06 6 42
STATION- A M P M
Pittsburg 3 06
Leave li'airitville ' 7 50 2 15
|i" AUegheni I » tSO
" Butler 840 230
" liutler Junction 10 00 i4O
I - !*<ie 110 03 443
" Winfield Junction ... 10 15 45L
" Iron Bri-lge 10 25 506
» Boggsvllle 10 30 515
Arrive West Winlield 10 50 5 30
Trains stop at Une and Iron Bridge only '»n Flu# U> I
take on or leave ofl paasengera.
Traiim ('ouue< tat Butler Junctlou with:
Tritins Eastward for Freojwrl, Vandergrift and
Blalrstille Intersei tlon.
Trslns Westward for Natroua,Tarmituui Allegheny j
Trains Northward tor Saxouburg, Marwood aud Bat
B. O. BEA LOR,
tyes Examined Free of Charge "
R. L. KIRKPATRICK,
Jeweler and Graduate Ootician
N.-xt Door toConrt Houne. hutUM, Pa
Private Maternity Hospital. ;
In si bctullful location. Kent or pliyHlrlitriH j
utid iiumi'H lit attxiidunoi. Iloun;-HUn com
foiiH. Strictly private and secluded. Ailop- ,
lion provided. llnUm ri*uiionuhlc. i':iii stuy
at luiik us you wish. Call or oddrewH ,
MltM. M. A. HUUHKH, '<
!!*» J'allfornla Avenun,
A I.I.K.UIIKNy, I'A.u
PEHKIHS UNION DETECTIVE AGENCY* L
:til Kourlh Avenue, I'ittithurK, i'u.
Kstabllsli«.*d IHKI. licensed and tjonded.
Telephones (private exchange) llell, IBKI
- Court. I' >V A. %Tll Main; nlnlit call, llell
llazol-S-l>. l.eicltluiate detective work lu all u
Its hraiii'.hes. solicited and promptly attend- s
id to Uy skilled aud lawful operatives.
A SUDDEN TWINGE
Of pain is generally the first warning
of an attack of rheumatism. It feels
as if the disease were In the bones
or mnsoies, but the real cause of
found in impure
blood. In order to
1 rv cure rheumatism
A tho fflo«xl must lie
J cleansed of the poi- '
Wwhich aro the .
\ cause of the dis- I
\ (rohlen Medical
I / Discovery has U>en !
fcf very successful in
/J Si I the cure of rheuma
y ml J ti>m. because it en
f W | tirely cleanses the
S / I It blood from the
I I poisonous uric acid
W' which is the cause
PV of the disease.
Ljl B "Your "Golden
/#/ Medical Discovery'
■ cured uieof rheunia
fta tlsm after 1 had tried !
a dozen remedies
without relief and
also (rone West In search of health." writes
Harry Kilter, of No. liUi Gth Street. Denver.
Colo. "Only those who have suffered from
this dread malady know the pain and misery
I endured for over five years. Whenever the ]
weather was damp or cold my troubles were i
and my Joints would lie so stiff and ,
sore that I was hardly able to move about, i
aiid often unable to dress myself. I used a ;
numlier of liiirhly recommended medicines, |
but they had no effect whatever on me. and
I came to Colorado hoplnir to retrain my j
health, but failed to obtain the relief I had
hoped for. A gentleman In the house where
I lived ad\ i~i-d me to use I>r. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, and In four months and a
half after 1 liettan using It 1 was a well man,
and have had no touch of it for the past
The sole motive for Substitution is to
permit the dealer to make the little more
prolit paid bv the sale of less meritorious
medicines. He gains: you lose. There
fore accept no substitute for "(Joldeu
*2%. These tiny, sugar-coated antl
bilious granules regulate and
invigorate Stomach. Liver and
Bowels. Do not lieget the "pill
habit," but cure constipation. One or two
each day for a laxative and regulator, three
or four for an active cathartic-' Once tried
always In favor. I'ut up In vials: always
fresh and reliable.
Specifics cure by acting directly on the
sick parts without disturbing the rest of
No. 1 for Fevers.
No. 2 " Worms.
So. 3 " Toothing.
No. i " Diarrhea.
No. 7 " Coughs.
No. 8 " Neuralgia.
No. 9 " Headaches.
No. 10 " Dyspepsia.
No. 11 " Suppressed Perioda.
No. 12 " Whites.
No. 13 '• Croup.
No. 14 " The Skin.
No. 15 " Eheumatism.
No. 1G " Malaria.
No. 19 " Catarrh.
No. 20 " Whooping Cough.
No. 27 " The Kidneys.
No. 30 " The Bladder.
No. 77 " La Grippe.
In small bottles of pellets that fit the vest
pocket. At Druggists or mailed, 2oc. each.
T-rf Medical Guide mailed free.
Humphreys' Med. Co., Cor. William & John Street*.
Nasal Catarrh quickly yields Lo treat
ment by Ely's Cream Balm, which is agree,
ably aromatic. It is received through the
nostrils, cleanses and heals the whole sur
face over which it diffuses itself. Druggists
sell the 50c. size; Trial size by mail, 10
cents. Test it and you are suro to continue
To accommodate those who are partial
to the use of atomizers in applying liquids
into the nasal passages for catarrhal trou
ble*, the proprietors prepare Cream Balm in
liquid form, which will be known as Ely's
Liquid Cream Balm. Price including the
spraying tube is 75cents. Druggists or by
mail. The liquid form embodies the med
icinal properties of the solid preparation.
In order to prove to you
that Dr. A. W.° Chase's
131 IO Q Ointment is a certain and
I'll absolute cure for any form
of itching, bleeding, or
protruding piles, the manufacturers guaran
tee a cure. You can use it and if not
cured get your money back. Mr. Caspet
Walton, laborer, Michigan City, Ind., says:
"I work bard and lift a great doaL The strain
brought on an attack of piles. They itched
and they protruded and bled. Nothing helped
them until I used Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment.
That cured them." 50c. a box at all dealers, or
DB. A.W. CHASE MEDICINE CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
Dr- A- W. Chase's Ointment.
Vomitinx, Sour Stomach,
and for Children Teething.
Prepared by 11. A. FAHNKBTOCK CO.
At Druggists 3.1 c n bottle
Buy Liquors Direct
Robert Lewin & Co., 14
Smithfield St., Pittsburg, Pa.,
sell only pure goods for family
and medicinal use.
A full gallon of pure Ilye Whiskey.
$2..10 to I. 1 ).. We are still sole owners of
A guaranteed, :t year old Whiskey—
s2.oo per gallon.
All kinds of High-Class Wines and
Liquors. Write for prices. We pay
express charges on all orders of $.">.00 or
over; and guarantee secure boxing and
ROBT. LEWIN «t CO.
IN WIRES AHD LIQUORS,
Ho. 14 Smithfield St„ PITTSBURG, PA.
•Phcaec Bell 3179 P. A A. I4SB.
fce.to Sine When in Ktislinrf
riTI? rTITII Entrance Muten W*j
iUTi VlJUlk WorM'n largest Huthikeller
Everything to eat from ■ (Midwltli lo k banquet,
.'ablet acroeuwl off tor private tiartlea. Ilualnear
oen'l lunch, II.SO toZp. lu., I6c. 221 Diamond
itrect, Pittsburgh, Pa.
IfoTMin/tl'u OIJkMAN kIiSTAURANT.
Ililllllllt I rl Kvsrythlng to nat and drink
icrfod In lieriiian style, imported light and dart
>eer on draught. 24- litamoud street, Pltuburgh.
Millers Restaurant H .; u r^
TITTH AVENUE opp. Q rand Opera Hons#,
Bath on Etch Floor Frea to Guettt, Abtolulel
r lreprool. Steim Heit tnd Telephone In Even
loom. European Plan.
YVlierr to I>lsar lu ADrKllrliy,
D»|int, AII< K li,ny, I'm ■
INVKHTMMKSITS-Kor j.eo|.le of in.xleiub
(leant |>ayt from 10 to 30 |*r cent, or wrlti
CiKNKItAI. IIIIIMHM; COMPANY,
not Henneuirr Ituildlng,
IMttnl»ua*Kli, I'i». *
W AH'I EU—Hilglit young man to lie on.r lie
1*«ly Con riff led In a lieteetivo Agency, | no rr
|ulred to bucoiun equal ownership, llusii e>:t w
in!ahlUhcil H]ileli<lltl opportulllly
(OH Kryilulle ltull«ll>*|S, l'lttiibiii'tli, I'..
I: I SSIM.SS orrollTt XITIKS
Farms llmight and Hold.
\W can sell your luinliiras or farm no ,
mattor wliuru located. Kor uuli-k salt) con
sult us. W. F. WEITKRHHAUBEN.
717 Fast Ohio Street. Allegheny, i'u. i I
CORN FOR THE SILO.
To Keep Well It Should Be tut at
the Proper Staice.
By WILBER j. FRASER, Illinois experi
It is of groat Importance to know at
what stage corn for the silo should IK 1
cut to secure the best results, how rap-
Idly nutriment Is stored up In the corn
plant as it approaches maturity and !
when the maximum amount is reached, j
The following table Illustrates this i
point, figures denoting tons per acre: j
of cut- Stage of Wa- mat
ting. growth. Corn. ter. ter.
July 30 Fully tasseled... 9. 8.2 .8
Aug. 9 Fully silked 12.9 1t.3 1.5
Aug 21 Kernels watery
to full milk 18.3 14. 2.3
Sept. 7 Kernels glaring.. 16.1 12.5 3.6
Sept.23 Ripe 14.2 10.2 4.
In the last column Is shown the dry
matter per acre In corn at different
SOFT DOUGH HALF THE KEB
-BTAOE. NEL3 DENTED.
stages. When the corn Is fully tussel
ed it contains but eight-tenths of a ton
of dry matter per acre, or only one
fifth what it contains when fully ripe.
When in the milk it contains nearly
three times as much dry matter as
when fully tasseled. Only seventeen
days were occupied in passing from
the milk to the glazing stage, yet in
this time there was an increase In the
dry matter of 1.3 tons per acre. After
this period the Increase in dry matter
is but slight.
To have the silage keep well the corn
must be cut at the proper stage of
maturity. If cut before It is suffi
ciently matured too much acid devel
ops. If too ripe. It does not settle
properly, and the air is not sufficiently
excluded to prevent spoiling. Corn
should not be cut until the ears are
out of the milk and most of the ker
nels glazed and hard. In the cuts ear
No. 1 Is in the soft dough stage. No. 2
is beginning to dent. No. 3ls nearly
all dented, but a few kernels are still
In the milk. No. 4 shows all of the
kernels dented. When corn is put into
NEARLY ALL ALL DENTED.
the silo It should usually be as ripe as
ears Nos. 3 and 4. In case the weather
has been so hot and dry that the lower
leaves have fired, the corn should be
cut before the ears are quite so far
advanced. Much riper corn will keep
at the bottom of the silo than at the
top because of the greater pressure,
which excludes the air more complete
ly. It is therefore important that the
ripest corn be cut first and placed In
the bottom of the silo.
Cottonaeed Meal For Hova.
Fresh Interest has been aroused In
the value of cottonseed meal as a
hoK feed by frequent publication of
successful feeding of cottonseed meal
to hogs during the pnst yenr, begin
ning with the successful experience of
i Jo Allison at Ennls, Tex. As a mem
mer of the committee appointed by
the Texas Swine Breeders' association
to Investigate methods of feeding cot
tonseed ineal safely to hogs the
writer visited Mr. Allison's farms and
Inspected his hogs and the other herds
near there -which had been fed upon
cottonseed meal for periods of six
months, a year or more. We Inquired
thoroughly Into the system, found the
bogs perfectly well, and no deaths had
resulted. The system of feeding was
jlmple. Involving the souring of cotton
ieed meal and corn chops at one and
tlje same time and feeding the mixture
as n very thin slop. The hogs were
greedy for it. They throve upon It.—
J. 11. C'onnel!.
forth ('stroltnn Collard,
The North Carolina short stem col
lard Is one of the beat I b»ve ever
planted and the finest I have ever
■een. It Is n good keeper, and Its cook
ing qualities ure excellent, says a cor
respondent In an exchange.
We Cut Too Fast,
"The trouble Is that we eat too fast,"
said tho man who worries al.out health.
"That's right," answered tho man
who worries about money. "Some of
us out so fast that our incomes can't
keep up with our grocery bills."- Wash
In Fall Dress.
"(Josh all hemlock!" snorted Uncle
Silas, backing away from the door.
"What Is the trouble, sir?" queried
"I thought I was glttin' in th' ball
room, an' 1 come within one of buttln'
right in thar to th' ladles' dressln'
"That Is not the ladles' dressing
room," reassured the footman. "It is
the ballroom." Houston I'ost.
Mr. l'oplnjny llow did you like my
actliiK at our dramatic entertainment?
Lady Critical- Well, I don't think you
made the most of your opportunities.
Mr. l'oplnjny- You don't think so, eli?
I.ady Critical No. You had several
opportunities to «ef ofT the stage much
sootier than you did; I.ondon Opinion.
The Wronor Ananrr.
A writer in the Strand Magazine on
"Clerical Humor" tells of the unusual
behavior of a young candidate who,
dismissed oil the Episcopal doorstep ,
with a solemn "<iod bless you!" hasti
ly answered, "Don't mention It, my
Itelleeted Hrlghtness. ,
"Why does that congressman say so
many more clever things than the rest <
of us?" 1
"He Is shrewd enough to pick out the ]
brightest reporters to Interview him." <
--Washington Star. J
Worn Out Women
Bloodless, Irritable, Despondent Women,
Subject to All Sorts and Varieties of Ner
vous Troubles, Find a Positive Cure in
DR. A. W. Chase's
The world is full of women whose
daily life is one long struggle against
diseases peculiar to their sex —whose
days and nights are full of quiet, patient
suffering. The head the seat of pain
and pressure—the result of nerve de
pression and physical weakness brought
on by uterine or ovarian trouble—the
nerves on edge—inclined to laugh or cry
at anything—an ever present dragging
in the back, hips and limbs—a feeling
of utter weariness—lassitude and des
pondency. To these people Dr. A. W
Chase,s Nerve Pills are of incomparable
value, having as they do the power to
rebuild, to reinvigorate and resupply
every organ, every nerve, every muscle
with the lost energy, and to insure a
complete return to health, strength and
Mrs. John Bailey of Jackson St., Penn
Yan, N. Y , says:
"I was told that Dr. A. W. Chase s
Nerve Pills were a great nerve medicine,
and as I needed one badly, 1 got a box.
My nerves were very weak—l lacked
ambition and strength and my heart
action was very weak. I used the Pills
as directed and they made my nerves
quiet and steady—the heart action
strong and regular and the sppstite
good, my sleep became restful and I
fell altogether like another person. I
think as a remedy in female complaints
as well, tbey are grand, curing the
headaches and heavy, dragging feeling
rapidly and easily—this I know from
experience, and I am glad to recomj
mend them." 1
50 cents a box at dealers or Dr. A. W.
Chase Medicine Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. Por
trait and signature of A. W. Chase.
M.D .on every package. For tale by
Redick and Grohman, druggists, 109 N.
Main St. Bntler, Pa.
DR. L. R. HAZLETT,
106 W. Diamond St., butler.
North side of Court House.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat work, a
JC. BOYLE, M. D.
• EYH, EAR, NOSK and THROAT,
121 East Cunningham Street.
Office Hours, 11 to 12 a. m., 3 to 5 and
7 to 9 p. m.
• PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At 327 N. Main St.
DR. JULIA E. FOSTER,
Consultation and examination free.
Office hours —9 to 12 A. M., 2 to
M., daily except Sunday. Evening
Office —Stein Block, Rooms 9-10, But
ler, Pa. People's Phone 478.
CLARA E. MORROW, D. 0.,"
GRADUATK BOSTON COLLEGE OF
Women's diseases a specialty. Con
sultatian and examination free.
Office Hours, 9to 12 m, t 2 to 3 p. m"
People's Phone 573.
i;6S. Main street, Butler, Pa
DR. FORD H. HAYES,
Graduate of Dental Department,
University of Pennsylvania.
Office—2ls S. Main Street, Batler, Pa.
DR. S. A. JOHNSTON,
Formerly of Bntler,
Has located opposite Lowry House,
Main St., Butler, Pa. The finest work
a specialty. Expert painless extractor
or' teeth by his new method, no medi
cine used or jabbing a needle into the
gains; also gas „and ether nsed. Com
umnications by mail receive prompt at
DR J. WILBERT McKEE,
Office over Leighner's Jewelry store,
Peoples Telephone 505.
A specialty made of gold filling*, gold
crown and bridge work.
DR. H. A. MCCANDLESS,
Office in Butler County National Bank
Building, 2nd floor.
DR. M. D. KOTTRABA,
Successor to Dr. Johnston,
Office at No 114 E. Jefferson St., over
G. W. Miller's grocery
Office in Butler County Natiora
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at No. 8. Wat Diamond St. But
COULTER & BAKER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Butler County National
JOHN W. COULTER,
Office on Diamond. Butler, Pa.
Special uttention given to collections
and business matters.
Office in Reiber building, cornet Main
and K. Cunningham Sts, Entrance on
s ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Main St. near Court Uoua<
s ATTORNKY AT LAW.
Office in Wise building.
s ATTORNKY AT LAW.
Office In the Negley Bnilding, West
T ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. AND
Office on South side of Diamond,
• GENERAL SURVEYING,
Mines and Land. County Surveyor.
R. F D. 41), WestSnnbury, Pa.
n E. L. McQUISTION,
\J. Civil. KMCINKKR AND
Office near Court House.
I P. WALKER,
LIS NOTARY PUBLIC,
Office with Berkmer, next door to P. O
John-Why do you look for • Job I
Harry —When you attain! NuMukoß'i BsrWl
School, then tii* |»o|ilo will !>• lookluf for yo(
to work for them—rery Uttle ei|>*"S» —B*ud foi
utsln«s«. not I'enp »»enu« l'ltts
If you want to Iray or sell any kind of tiusliisss as
CAVANACH CO.. Kourth Are.. l'llUburch.
IJOt'TOH UINNKK, U4 P»u Avena*,
Plttsl>ur|[h, cures I*l lea mud Fistula* to Stat
cured; aUo cuncer and all chroule dlisas** and blool
complaint both HIM and all a*es. < onsultatlos
strictly prlrato. fall and aoo tho Doctor. * OfflM
hours from » a. lu. lu tg. ui.
I PITTSBURGH A
I EXPOSITION I
H OP DAY S EVENING AUGUST 30 B
f | Something New Every Minute ) Seven Acres 11
y Spend the Day and Evening there) of Fun. M
K THE MUSICAL TREATS 2
M DAMROSCH. Aug. 30-Sept. 9 CREATORE, Sept. 25-oct. 7 fi
II SOUSA, Sept. 11-16 SORREHTINO, Oct. 9-14 11
11 HERBERT, Sept. 18-23 SOUSA, Oct. 16-21 II
Em BY WAY OF NOVELTY-ABSOLUTELY NEW
■ "FIGHTING THE FLAMES," "IN AND AROUND NEW YORK," ■
W MIRACLE PAINTING, MMSBV V
M OTHER ATTRACTIONS M
$25,000 Canadian Agricultural Exhibit—lmmense Model of New York City,
showing the railroad terminals—Gallery of Notables—An Up-to-date Vaud-
V evllle Theatre and Theatorium-Moving Pictures—A Ferris Wheel—Repro- W
ductlon of Pittsburgh In Miniature. K
M TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE ONE FARE FOR 9R HFNTC A
M ROUND TRIP ON ALL ROAOS LEADING 10 AUHIIOOIUH 10 ULnlOl B
THE LARGEST IN THE COUNTY.
| Butler County National Bank, j
| A good." STRUNG HOME BANK FOR THE PEOPLE of | f
Buler Couuy to do business wih. §
/Capital $ 300,000.00 |
1 strength surplus 300,000.001
* (Assets 2,706,342.30 |
I We invite YOUR business—assuring you PROMPT, ,
COURTEOUS and LIBERAL service.
I "The big Bank on the corner by the Court House" |
Farmers' National Bank,
CAPITAL ----- $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS (earned) - 847,000.00
DIVIDENDS PAID ----- $6,000.00
None Stronger in the Cour\ty.
The Butler Business College
New buildings, new and splendid equipment, a strictly first-class and up-to
date school that ACTUALLY PLACES ITS GRADUATES.
A few of the hundreds of prominent concerns that employ them:
The Butler County National Hank, Guaranty Safe Deposit & Trust Co., The
Farmers' National Bank, Butler Savings & Trust Co., John Berg & Co., Standard
Stod Car Co., Standard Plate Glass Co., B R. & P. R. A Co , B. & O. R. R.
Co., Penn'a R. R. Co.. etc., of Butler.
Pullman Palace Car Co.. Westingbonse Electrical Mfg. Co., National Tube
Co., Union Steel Co., Jones & Laugblin Steel Co., Germaiua National Bank,
Boexs & Buhl, Pittsburg Dry Goods Co.. etc., etc.. Pittsburg
'•A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT."
Nearly 40 positions filled by us during the term just closed. When in Butler
for the fair, stop and see our new rooms and equipment.
Catalogue and circulars mailed on application. MAY ENTER ANY TIME
Fall term opens Sept. 4, 1905,
A. F. REGAL, Principal, Butler, Pa
At\ Engin. e For the Farm.
Write for Catalogue and Prices.
THE EVANS MFG. CO, LTD.,
FROM THE MAKER W
1 Ml Forst's 7 year old 4 full quarts for $3.00 ||
I I P acked in P ,am - sea,ed cases, expressage !j|
I |j| prepaid to your nearest station. ||
B Our goo<ls is aged in the wood, and is pure and uiel- 1»2
9 £j|t u iow. better than you haye had from others for the jCd
■ price, or your money back. SB
■ BBKBSM Any Bank of Pittsburg or the Editor of this paper H
■ will tell you that our word is good, and that we are yg
H responsible. .. ,
■ VH We do not humbug you like so many advertising so
■ called "Distillers." , , H
■ IHUEaOB By buying from us you get an honest article, made 0B
I from honest, select grain, by honest people. gH
■ 'Wi i> Send for our private price list. SI
I If you will send uu the names of 10 good families In your JS
H vicinity who use Whiskey for medicinal purposes, and to whom we ?jjjj
H may send our price list, we will send you. with your first order, .yf
■ one quart of Pure Virginia Homemade Blackberry Wine, FKhb.
I MORRIS FORST & CO-, 4
■ Cor. 2nd Ave. * Smlthfleld St., Plttsburi, P«. fljf
} PLUMBKRS i
Estimates given on all kinds of work, f
3 We make a specialty of r
? NICKLE-PLATED, \
C SEAMLESS, f
/ 354 Centre Ave., Butler, Pa ?
S Phone. 630. C