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THE BXJTLER CITIZEN.
Thursday, November 28,1905.
HOT B—All advertisers^ intending to make
jl.anirM fa the'r ads. lhOQld US O
to do so not later than Mon
Bankruptcy Notice, estate of J. A.
Executor's notice, estate of B. F. Hil
and Executor* of estates
c* IB JS7SS* receipt bock, at the
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Forget the recent dire defeat,
Forget to fume and sco *1
And let us all prepare to eat
That fat Thanksgiving fowl.
—Plant your Holiday ad vs.
—Turkeys are reported acmue.
—Next Thursday is
—Leas than five weeks till Christmas
—New schedules on the Pensy, next
—Advertise your holiday goods in the
—The railroad companies are order
ing more steel cars.
"Poverty Parades" have again be
come fashionable in London.
-Hunting accidents are being report
ed from *ll over the country.
-The change in the county official-,
will take place on Monday, January Is
A cannon ball wa» found ia one of
the graves of the old cemetery, last
-Some of the Pittsburg defers are
advertising -milk-fed ducks and chick
ens" for Thanksgiving.
-There are quite a number of dan
Kerens sidewalks in Butler that should
be repaired before the first snow.
—lt is a wise provision that neither
turkeys or human beings can foresee
what is going to happen to them.
—Women send many a good man to
the gutter, especially when they insist
on walking three abreast on a five-foot
Thursday last F. D. Myers of
Greeneburg purchased the Hotel Lyn
dora from Mr. McCool and Mr. Kohler
_Bome boys smoke pipes on their
way to school, and some smoke cigar
ettes. Which is the best for them, we
do not know.
—The Octogenarians meet on the last
Saturday of every month—and their
next meeting is therefore on Saturday
coming, Nov. 25.
—• The B. B. & P- roundhouse was the
building the worst Injured by th ® ex
plosion of last Sunday—7o panes of
glass and a bulged wall.
—A special tralh will run from
Greenville and Kaylor to Butlor next
Wednesday evening, for "The Office
Boy." Frank Deabon's funny play.
—AH Ditro-gjycerine explosions have
their odd features. That of last Sun
day afternoon was the imbedding of an
axe handle in the trnnk of a sturdy oak
-The roof and other frame work of
the foundry connected with tb« Evans
Machine shop was destroyed by lire last
Saturday afternoon. The loaf, about
|3,000 »a fully covered by insurance.
A farmer mistook the bunch of
frame buildings on Federal Bt., All*
gbeny, that now constitute the Fort
Wayne station for the stock yards, the
other day—and he wasn't from Butler
—lt seems that one can train one s
luce a* one does one's body \ou can
exercise daily for expression, but it
would be terrible to be caught at prac
tice. Fancy being watched while one
practiced a "happy smile"—Ex.
—lf patrons of rural mail-routes
Would provide themselves with a sup
ply of postage stamps, and stamp their
fetters before placing them in the mail
boxes, they would be showing a kind
oosß to their carrier who finds coins dif
ficult to get at with cold fingers. f
—Cases of typhoid are reported from
nearly every township in the county
and the attention of the Btate hoard of
health has been called to it. The water
supply is the primary source of typhoid,
though it may be caused by decaying
animal and vegetable matter in and
&bont the premises.
—The W. A. B, B. ia completed down
the Muddycreek to the Falls, Hnd last
week the iron for the high bridge that
Uto span the Slippery rock near the
Falls went over it. The bridge will be
a long one, and will be built a hundred
feet above the level of the creek. The
new road will enter New Castle over
the B B. & P tracks, just east of Cas
—The films used in the moving-pic
tare machines Ate made of celluloid. ID
§ shovr rooo} In Pittsburg, }ast Satur
day, these films got too plow to the
strong (ight placed immediate!} behind
them, and an explosion occurred follow
ed by the firing of the drapery of the
room. The children at the ahow be
OA me frightened and rushed ont, and a
number of them were injured.
—Farmers' Institutes will be held in
Butler county next week M follows: At
Ean Claire on Nov. 27 and 2tt; at Con
noquenessing Nov. 29 and 30; at Pros
pect Dec. 1 and 2, and in Butler the fol
lowing Monday, Dec. 4 (one day). Prof,
fe. L Watts of Cambria county ; J. 8.
Ifurns of Allegheny county; F. Of- Wag
oer of Westmoreland county, and T. E.
Qrr of Beaver county will he the speak
—While the responsas to the call f»r
donations for the Butler Count/ Gener
al Hospital were not as large as in
former years, the manager* of the hoe
pltal regard it aa generous, and wish to
return thanks to all the donor 1 ?. The
association thanks the grocers for the
use of their wagons in collecting the do
nations. and Is grateffa) t6 the newspa
y*irA for space to advertising
the annual event.
-Some slight changes have been
in the B. <fe Q and B R &P.
time tables The evening train for the
yeat now leave? at G;ils, and the morn
(ag Sunday train to Pittsburg at I0;»i.
Ail the Sunday trains have been taken
off the Foxburg branch. The "bum
mer" now leaves Allegheny at 11 M p.
m. The evening train for Punxsutaw
new now leaves at 5:50. and the day ex
j -ess from Buffalo is now due at Butler
gt 4:50 pm. The afternoon ti-un now
feaves the B. & O station, P. tcbnrg,
(>t 4 ,20.
More new goods every day, buy the
p sweat at Ritter & Rockengteir's.
All summer clqtMng at t price at
Bitter 6c Rockenstein's.
Thoa. Wood of Clinton twp. was in
town on business, last week
James Blake anil wife of Prospect vis
ited friends in Butler, Monday.
Mrs. McElroy of Fairview twp. visit
ed friends in Butler, Saturday
Henry W. Roenigk of Winfield twp.
was in Bntler on business, Saturday.
Ezra Liken, an old citizen of Evans
City, was in town on business, Friday.
Dr. DeWolf has gone to California for
his health He is troubled with asth
J. T. Fulton and sister of Middlesex
twp did some shopping in Butler, Mon
Mrs. B. F. Hilliard of Washington
twp. was in town. Friday,on legal busi
A. J Campbell and wife of Washing
ton twp did some shopping in Bntler,
Joseph Shirley of the Hotel Butler.
Youngstown, visited friends in Bntler,
Mrs. J. N. Fulton and daughter of
Middlesex township did some shopping
in Butler, yesterday.
George Amy purchased his partner s
interest in the firm, Amy <fc Eyth, un
dertakers. last Saturday.
District Attorney Walker has return
ed from a visit to Somerset, Pa., which
is a very attractive place.
Mrs. Morgan Davis of Mifflin St. has
returned from East Brady where she
was the guest of relatives.
Mrs. Charles Braham of the South
Side has returned from Harrisville
where she visited relatives.
Rev. D. L. Johnson of the M.. E.
church of Butler was located in Mid
dlesex twp. sixteen years ago.
A. F. Pitts of Centre twp. has moved
to New Castle, where he is building a
large house near Cascade Park.
Robert Thompson has been appointed
carrier, and Alice Thompson substitute
carrier for Karns City K F. D. route
W. H. Walker and family have moved
to Mifflin street, and the Alf. Campbell
family to the former Walker house on
Harry Negley of Pittsburtr returned
to that place, Monday, after spending
several days with his father, F. H.
ley, of Highland Ave.
Teddy haa done wonders with that
"big stick" of his, but he can t dig the
big canal with it. The yellow fever
germ gives it the ha ha.
Mrs. Warren McCreary of the
mond entertained A large number of
lady friends at cards, Saturday after
noon, and afterwards with a supper at
Matthew W Shannon, Sr. of Mt.
Chestnut visited friends ip Butl©*. Mon
day. He will soon be «4, but yet drove
to Butler that frosty morning without
J. C. Snyder of Brady twp, was in
town, Tuesday. He is now nearly (0
years of age. does all his own farming
and looks as spry as many men twenty
years his junior
Charles Dana Gibson, the man who
made pictures of the great American
mug, has discontinued his work with
the pen and for the next two years is
going to stqdy painting abroad.
Prince Louis of Battenbergis brother
in-law to the Caar of Russia, as well as
to King Edward, but he could not have
received a more royal welcome in this
country had he been an emperor him
Dr. Crawford of Mars is suffering
from a slight attack of blood poisoning
The disease germ entered by way of a
small pimple on the base of the thumb
and developed till his whole arm was
swollen and discolored. Prompt lanc
ing and care is reducing the swelling
and his condition is much better -
Miss Mona Cartwrigbt of Slippery
rock and Mr. William G. Eates of Grove
City were married at Mercer on Friday.
They dispensed with the usual wedding
trip and are now stopping at Slippery
rock, where they will make their fu
tars home. Mr. Eates is a son of Albert
Eates, and is now engaged in the res
taurant business at Slipperyrock he
having; purchased the Ward stand there
last week —Reporter,
—Every Monday evening Jke Scanlon
gives an assembly in Majestic Hall; he
will also give a dance there Thanks
—A woman rushed into a telegraph
office the other day and informed the
operator that her husband had gone to
the city to get a banner for the bunday
school, but she bad forgotten to tell
him the inscription and h°w large the
banner was to be She then wrote a
telegram containing the needod infor-
mation and handed it to the operator.
It read: "My Dear Frank—Unto us a
child is born, eight feet long and two
feet wide." The husband is still in the
citv and it is rumored that he is not
—A certain Butler man who has own
ed a good many barrels of oil and one
particular barrel of whisky. haß reason
to believe in dreamß by contraries. Not
long ago he dreamed that he went to
the cellar to draw a little whisky and
found the barrel dry, and almost at the
same time received word that a well he
was drilling had come In a rank duster.
Awaking in great distress of mind,
mainly over the whisky, he at once
started to investigate and a trip to the
cellar proved the barrel still contained
some of the great tickler. Thia gave
him a little hope for the well, and a day
Or two }ater he received word that the
pay had been tapped and he had a nice
—Quite a bunch of money has been j
subscribed in Butler for the persecuted
Jews in Bussia. There is every pros
pect that the sum of one million dol
lars, which it is hoped to raise in this
country, will be shortly available. This
magnificent subscription should teach
the peoplr and government of Russia a
lesson of great value. It should indi
cate to both the feeling iu this country
concerning the outrages committed on
the Jewish people of Russia and the ab
horrence in which those guilty of them
are held by the American people. Mon
ey in this case is liable to talk much
louder than any through
The beat at the lowest price. Hitter &
If yon are interested in money saving
see Hitter & Rockenstein aboutthat fal
—Wanted— a bright boy to learn a
trade. Inquire at this office
When you vjaii Butler see Ritter 6c
Rockenstein's ahout that new suit.
If Ritter & Rockenstein sell yon one
suit they will sell yon another, their
price is right.
TU»UKHGIVINK' Holiday EXCUHIOMM
Excursion tickets will be sold between
all stations on the Bessemer & Lake
Erio Road, and to points on connecting
linee within a distance of 1&0 miles,
November 29th and ;toth, good return
ing to and including December 4th,
1905. Inquire of agents of the Company
for rates or other necessary information.
Holiday excursion tickets will be sold
between all stations on the Bessemer
Railroad Nov. '49 and joth, 'at ood ond
onvs-tfaird fare. Return limit Dt-c. 4th,
When it comes overcoat time remeui
her Ritter 6c Rockenstein.
—Why is Newton "The Piano Man?'
The Central District & Printing Tele
graph Co. has appealed from th* award
of viewers granting damages fur pass
ing over the land of Grant Schuster in
L. O. Purvis vs Buffalo, Rochester &
Pittsburg Railroad Co., trespass for
damages for injuries received at the
Butler station last July. No statement
has been filed.
Annie Maloney vs Noble Montgomery,
stated case for opinion of Court. In
July IfJO4,l f JO4, Mrs Maloney least-d the deft
83 acres in Donegal twp., operations to
commence within CO (lays or *lO per
month rental to l>e paid in lieu thereof.
Mrs. Maloney demanded it last May and
Montgomery offered to surrender the
lease. She refused to accept until he
paid the rental claimed s*o, and the
stated case was made to determine
Guarantv Safe Deposit & Trnst Co.
vs John G. Kapp, attachment ex -cution
on goods, etc . of deft. in hands of Mrs.
John G Kapp. for a debt of *l4uo due
from Kapp to the plaintiff.
The Western Allegheny Railroad Co.
has been granted leave to build a grade
crossing at the Portersville and Jacks
ville road, at the Cumley farm on Mud
dv creek, where Portersville station is
to be An electric bell is to be main
Trial of the caso of Frank X. Kohler
vs Bntler county for damages on an ap
peal from the award of the viewers on
the opening of the road from Mr.
Kohler's place in Lyndora to the Uar
mony-Whitestown road at the Marshall
farm, was commenced Friday and the
case went to the jury Monday morning
The plaintiff claimwl valuable bnilding
lots were destroyed by the opening of
the road. The jury returned a verdict
of |1,130 in favor of the plaintiff.
City Solicitor Campbell has filed ex
ceptions to the report of viewers on the
opening of Polk street, in which sv2o
damages were awarded to Mrs. Mary
W. H. Walker, Surveyor, F. 13. Dodds
and Thomas Smith have been appointed
viewers on petition of citizens of Clinton
twp for a change in the location of the
The will of the late Benj. F. Hilliard.
of Washington twp.. has been probated
and letters granted to his wife, to whom
all real and personal property is left,
except his eurveying instruments and
library, which go to his daughter,
T. J. Dodds, Harry Sutton and Miles
Shakeley have filed their report as in
spectors of the new Grobbs bridge in
Cherry twp. At their first inspection
sometime ago they decided the bridge
was not built according to specifications,
and would not recommed its adoption
by the Commissioners until the con
tractors got to work again.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Kennedy of
Butler hkve adopted Dorothy, daughter
of Mrs Maggie Wallace The father
of the child is dead
The case of Mr. and Mra. Thomas
Wilkinson of Oil City aga ; nst the Evans
Mfg. Co. for damages for the death of
their son. Joseph Wilkinson, a minor,
who was killed while at work in the de
fendant company's shops in Butler, re
sulted in a verdict of f3OOO for the
plaintiffs. A new trial was moved for.
A compulsory non-suit was granted
acainst the plaintiff in the case of Mary
McQuistion VK Angust and Mary Lid
drell. Mrs McQuistion bargained for
a cow, with Elmer Cousins, the price
to be S3O and |r» was paid down on the
purchase price. Mrs. McQuistion said
Cousins was to keep the cow a few days
until it became fresh, but one of her
witnesses said Cousins i,old him he was
to keep the cow nntil the balance of the
Surchase money had been paid. When
[rs. McQuistion sent bpr son with a
S2O bill to pay the balance and got the
cow. Cousins had sold it to Liddrells,
and Mrs McQuistion then replevied the
animal, but was knocked out of court
because she could not show possession,
nor establish a clear right.
In the case of Detweiler & Wetherell
vs the Eleanor Iron and Stepl Co. and
the East Butler Land and Improvement
Co. a verdict for SI.WS, subject to law
questions reserved by the Court, was
rendered for the plaintiffs, whofnrni-ih
ed brick, gravel and other material for
the factory buildings which the Eleanor
people started to build and abandoned.
A mechanic's lien was filed- and as the
land reverted to the East Bntjer Co.
after the Eleanor Co. became insolvent,
the former liad to defend,
William Campbell, bail for John
Shanor, and garnishee in the suit
brought bv McQuistion and Ralston,
and by James Shanor, has asked leave
of court to pay the money in his posses
sion, #llOO. into court, and be released
from the bail bond.
A young feljow in Bradford county is
now serving a term in a reformatory
for stealing ten cents from a rural mail
bo*, Rural mail bones arn under gov
ernment protection, and it should be
generally known that no person but the
owner of the box or an authorized
letter-carrier has any right to put any
thing into a mail-box or take anything
out of it. The people who stuff adver
tising matter into rural mail-boxes are
almost sure to get into trouble.
Tony Colinsino, an Italian shoe re
pairer of E. Jefferson street made in
formation against two other Italians,
last Friday mornev. for assaulting him
in his shop Thursday evening, and cut
ting him across the face with a razor.
Tonv asserts that the "Bla.:k Hand."
the ilreaded secret society of the bad
Italians has an organisation iu Butler.
One of the alleged bad Italians is in
A settlement was made iu the case of
Channcy Latshaw vs Constable T. C.
Campbell of Slipperyrock, whom Lat
shaw sued for damages for false arrest.
The case of Pittsburg Pump Co. vs
Craig-Kennedy Hardware Co was cou
tinned On accbunt of the illness of a
material wituess on the part of the deft.
The cast) of the National Supply Co.
vs Frazier. Sherman, et al, w«is con-
tinned until Noy. 2-f
The trespass case of S Vance Stroup
vs Fairview twp. has been continued
In the trespass case of F. C. Buhl, et
al, VB P. & W. R. K. Co., it was found
inane had not been joined and the case
The case of the Pease Piano Co. anil
W. A. Steadman vs TJIOB. IJorruw, was-,
continued on Account of the serious ill
ness of Mr H tend man's father.
The case of William Watson of Mt.
Chestnut v 4 E. L. Shuster, John Hcott,
and A. L Bryan, have been settled.
The case of J. H Morrow v« Cherry
twp. and Butler county to recover for
work done on a bridge has been Bottled.
The eaae oi William Cooper vs Butler
County National Bank has been settled.
Earl Sisney of Anandale has been
held for conrt for a misdemeanor.
Stanley Cylkaroski. John Barto and
Jacob Korotyl, Lyndoraites, who sold
a supply of liquor which thev had re
ceived to celebfato a wudtfiOK width
didc t happed, plead guilty. They
were together fined SS<JO and costs and
jail sentence was suspended.
Oliver Blair of Eau Claire has been
held on a charge of furriisbiut; liquor to
B minor made against him by
Ililliard before Justice W. I', Stickle.
JaH E. Marshall has been appointed
guardian of the tuinor children of his
brother, J. D. Marshall
Everett J* Ralston has tiled his re
port as auditor in the estate of John
Baker, dec'd, of Miller*town. The
debts amounted to S3BO, and tyo funds
for distribution to f 115.
The cases of F. R. Lewis and S. W*
Stickel against L C. Wick, to recover
|80.25 and $25.27 respectively claimed
to b« diw for work dortW Li Wicl.'q
i.laning mill during th<>' peri'. 1 w)
jtelesd refrigeratora were l>eing brilt as
experiments, were tried together aud
r«milt»gj ju verdicts for pill'. J ist ce
Christie originally gavfc judgment tor
the plaintiffs, and' Wick appealed.
Settlements have been made of the
twa suits of Mrs. Maggie Morrison and
others against the Elcho Oil Co., the
terms including the payment of SBOO to
the plaintiff? in each case, the payment
to them of one-eighth rovalty on the
gas produced from the Coovert farm
near Mars, which the plffs. own. and
the payment of per year rental for
John Madock Salak. an Austrian,
who came to America when 16 years of
age, ha;s applied for naturalization.
The cas>e against John A. Bortinas, in
which Zonrah Dunlap was complainant,
has been settled.
The Western Allegheny Ry. Co. has
appealed from the award of viewers by
which Walter Wimer was allcweji
$llOO for damage to his land in Worth
A charge of seduction, etc., has been
entered against Chester Daley
The Superior Court has reversed the
local Court in the John Shauor adultery
case and remanded it back for a new
trial It is s lid the reasons for the re
versal were the admission of evidence
of the conduct of Annie Phillips and
the defendant in Punxsutawney, beiug
then outside the jurisdiction of Butler
county, and the imposing of a peniten
tiary sentence when only a jail sentence
Mary Tomscel, who plead guilty to
larceny of articles from the home of
Geo. kummer. where she was a do
mestic, was fined $lO and sent to jail
for 10 days.
Peter Grillo. a Lyndora store keeper,
is weeping and lamenting over the dis
appearance of his wife with a hand
somer man, named Campana. Grillo
says $llOO, his entire savings, disap
peared at the same time.
Capt. Ira Mc.Tunkin. Jas. W. McKee.
Jas. Si. Maxwell, P. E Danbenspeck.
Frank W. Chattin. Al. E. Butler. W.
H. Ritter. Sr. and D. A. Slater,
are under bond to appear before the
criminal court of Clarion county, next
Monday, to answer charges of con
spiracy made against them by John
Keener. C'hanncy Pitt, a man named
Thomas, and a hotel keeper of New
Belhleham named McCallip. The But
lerites wore stockholders in the Mc-
Guire Metallic Vacuum Casket Co.. and
a number of other Butlerites stockhold
ers in the same concern hate been sub
poenaed to appear against them. Mc-
Guire, the promoter of the concern, and
holder of the patents, went to Clarion
county and unloaded about ten thous
and dollars worth of stock on the four
complaints and other citizens of Clarion
county. Then the affair went np in
thin smoke and the Clarion people
looked for revenge. McGuire and Al.
Bntler have already had trials at
Clarion, but the prosecutors are not
satisfied with that and are going after
all the Butler stockholders, who lost
just as heavily as the Clarion people did
and who knew nothing of McGuire's
conduct of the affairs of the company.
The local men take with them At
torneys A. T Black, Brandon, Forquer,
Goucher, Greer and After
the trials damage suits for false arrest
are cor.templated against the prosecu
tors, and one or two criminal prosecu
tions on a matter outside the McGuire
company's affairs are also probable.
T}ie case of E, J and S. J. Walker
ami F. L. Eaton vs George Ray, to re
cover for opening a coal bank in Marion
township, went to the jury last even
ing. This morning the jury found
for the deft- *
The case of D. Lambert vs W. J.
Burk and Thos Murphy was continued
on account of the sickness of one of the
The case of G W. nenick vs Halston
Coal & Coke Co. was continued.
The case of John C. Dinht vs Sadie
and Peter Brisbine was settled.
The case of August and Wm. Thaler
vs Butler Brewing Co., to recover for
building tanks was continued
S H. Fowler, O C Redic, and Alex
Wilson viewer inspectors on a new
bridge in Allegheny twji. have filed
their report recommending its accept
.Jesse Hevdrick, Surveyor. W. J.
Adams and James I Campbell were ap
pointed viewers on petition of citizens
of Mars for a bridge oyer Breakneck
creek on Hooks St., in that b orougb.
J D Albert to Geo B Beighley lot in
Prospect for S6OO.
John F Peoples to Smith M McCreight
122 acres in Venango for $6083.44.
John F Peoples to same acres in
.venango for f itirt.4 4.
Edward W. Bingham to Lulu B Bir g
hatn lot in Butjer for jj.
O 4 Sajrver to 0 B Clark coal leases in
Buffalo twp, and other places for $2450.
Milton W Campbell to Alvey J Camp
bell 90 acres in Concord for S7OO.
James Thompson to W W Shipley 5
acres in Adams for S7OO.
Chas Duffy to C E Mclntyre lot in
Butler for $2250.
W A Stover to J S Ilobangh lot in
Bntler for $2500.
(i W Unev to Fred Rith 4 acres in
Buffalo for SOOO
Stover <St to W C McDowell
lot in Batter for $2400.
D E Haudlev to Anton Tietrzak 144
acres in Allegheny SIBSOO.
Sarah J Dumbach to Clara Cornelius
49 acres in Fairview for si(K>.
Catherine Jenkins to Robert S Irwin,
lot in Zelienople for $10"
Bertha O Goetmau to O. O. Der
shimer lot on Eyth street for $950.
Margaret Kreps to Catherine Hesi
dence, 50 acres in Summit for SI2OO.
M Jennie Parker to Albert Benlohr,
lot in Bntler for S6OO.
Andrew J Lang to Martin B Cypher,
'■)() acres in Winfield s\i9fio.
Johu A Eichert. trnntee. to Wm
Dunbar, lot in Evans City for SIOOO.
Thomas F Cooper to Levi S Cooper,
48 acres in Jefferson for $1; to W J
Cooper, 50 acres in Jefferson for $1; to
Philip Cooper, 4!J acres for sl.
John McGonegal to Martha M Pizor,'
lot in Slipperyrock for SIBOO.
International Savings and Trust Co.
to J Russell Kiser, lot «>n Wayne St. for
$650; also to Lawrence B Snow, lot on
W Wavne street for $650.
J P Graham to Mary E Christy, lot
in Cherry for £ioo.
Frederick Vandergrift New Castle
Anna McLafferty Fennelton
Lawrence Culik Kaylor
Milia Mihelic "
John L. Griffin Butler
M. Edna Dodds "
At Mercer—James R. Smith and
Birdie Hutchison of Hutler county.
At Franklin—F Bakv.r oi! Clinton
yille and Jennie Brown of Parker.
At Kittanning—George Green of
Parker and Fay Diggs of Butler Co.
At Pittsburg—A. It. Gibson of Bakers
town and Margaret Morrow of Valencia;
W. L Miller of Pittsburg and Margaret
Monroe of Petrolia.
Jt in estimated that there are five
young men to every young woman in
Muskogee, indiau Territory. Hence
the girla do not lack for callers and
sometimes three or four young men
bunch up before the throne of a single
tootsy-wootsy in the same evening. One
Muskogee girl has partially solved the
problem by leaving a life-sized jiortrait
of herself in the parlor when she is not
at home in the evenimr, and the young
men &ry Uihe'red into the parlor by the
young woman's mother and allowed to
call upon the pictuie.
The lowest priced clothing store in
, Butler, Ritter & Rockensteiu's.
, L. H. LITCJ IJNK (N. IRA MCJUNKIN
GEO. A. MITCHELL.
1 h S t WcJUNKIN &CO ,
Jlnsuruncv Keal Estate
117 E Jefferson St.
1 SUTfcER, --- - PA
f Holt's Greenhouses,
I E. M. HOLT & Co. PROP'S,
* Haievroorn 24/ S. Mam Street.
Floral dei igns for funerals, partiep,
etc., a specialty.
1 | POTTED PLANTS.
9' Oar carnations are now in their prime.
At the mid-iuonth meeting of the
Town Council the Pittsburg & Butler
! Street Railway Co. asked permission to
: extend their lines eastward on Cunning
-1 him St. to McKean, and to build a Y
' at the junction of those two streets to
I enable theui to turn their cars. The
Y would extend in front of the Cratty,
| Chattin and Krug properties. After
; motion to lay on the table was lost: 5 to
! fi, the proposed ordinance was defeated
't! to ■>. Another ordinance was at once
' laid before Council by J D. Marshal',
representing the Pittsburg & Butler Co
asking for leave to extend their lines
over Chestnut. Mifflin and Main Sts
to their present terminus at Cunning
ham and Main. This was laid on the
table until the regular meeting. In
exchange for the passage of either or
dinance the Pittsburg <fc Butier Co of
fers to op;-n Sullivan Ave. through the
Gold and Sutton properties from Shore
St. to West St. If either of the propos
ed concessions are granted the street car
company will valne it at $5,000 or fit) -
000 in their list of assets, and there is
no reason why they should not pay
some cash into the* borough treasury
for it, as well as Sullivan Ave.
.Tames McClung asked Council to
build a storm sewer across Church St.
flear Amy Ave., he to continue it
through his own property.
The Ithaca Conservatory of Music
Company will give a concert ic the M.
E. Church, Bntler, tomorrow, Friday
evening, at Bp. m. It is one of the
strongest and most popular concert
companies before tlie public. It has
been received everywhere with marked
favor. The natural talent of each mem
ber and the artistic finish of the compa
ny are far above that of the average
Bnt "the proof of the pudding is in
the eating." Go and hear it.
MISS 808 WHITE.— NOV. 24.
An excellent scenic investiture has
been accorded Willard Spencer's pretty
comedy opera Miss Bob White by Nixon
& Zimmerman, and the production ha?
been painted entirely new for the
present season. The scenery and ef
fects are carried in two large cars
specially built for that purpose. None
of the stock scenery belonging to the
theatres where the opera is presented
will be used. The advance manager
gives instructions that the stage must
be entirely cleared as all the room is
needed go that the large equipment of
the ''Miss Bob White" Company may
be properly accommodated. Price #1 50.
SIDE TRACKED —NOV. 25.
A truly merry entertainment and one
evoking continuous laughter, and here
and there a slightly serious vein almost
as soon turned into merriment as it has
appeared. A merry tramp, the seeming
creature of an hour, appears at con
stantly opportune times; and continually
protects two pretty sisters from annoy
ance, by thwarting the villain's at
tempted attentions. Matinee 10c-25c.
PRINCESS CHIC.— NOV. 27.
Mr. Frank Kelly, who sings the role
of "Charles the Bold'' in KirWe La
Snelle Opera, "TliePrincew Chic," has
justly wen ihe title of "matinee idol."
This i? an honorary degree not always
sought after by actors, yet since the
taste of the matinee girl dare not be dis
puted, It should be p. title of honor. Mr.
Kelly has the soldierly bearing which
♦its the role and is the fortunate possess
or of a wonderful baritone voice, which
is heard to advantage in the beautiful
music in tue role. Prices $1.5041.00-
H'HE OFFICE UOY—NOV. 29.
"The Office Buy," under the manage
ment of the Nixon & Zimmerman
Opera Company, with Frank Deshon,
the well known comic opera star in the
title role, will be presented for the first
time here at the Majestic Thtater,
Wednesday. Nov. 2i>tn. While the
piece is built along the lines of musical
comedy, in some instances its score is
said to rise to the dignity of light opera.
The piece was one of the hits of last
winter in New York and the East
Prices $1.50, SI.OO, 75c, 50c, 25c.
For thia attraction the Bessmer will
run a special train starting at f Ireen
ville and Kaylor
THE MISSOURI GIBL.— NOV. 30.
The unvarying success of Fred Ray
mond's comedy, The Missouri Girl, has
become proverbial among menil>era of
the theatrical profession, and along the
Kialto, or any place where actors collect
yon will hear the usual remark, "hasn't
he got a gold mine." The reason is
plain. The companies presenting it a.e
composed of the best people in the pro
fession and the management insists on
their bust efforts at alt times. Matinee
Creston Clark and his bi« production
of "Beaucaire," the comedy romance,
are announced are among the early
coming attractions in this city.
Nov. 20, 10 a.m. on the farm of the
late B. F. Hilliard in Washington twp.,
stock, farming tools, chickens, etc.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,.
Attend the State Normal School at
Slippery Rock, liutler County, Pa. Ad
van taxes first-class, rates low; tuition
free to teachers and to those who intend
to teach. Winter term begins January
2nd, 1906. Send for a catalogue. Ad
dress AI-UEKT E. MALTBY,
A bay mare, wuigh* about 1050. 6-
years uld, oroke loose from a post on E.
Cunningham St., Bntler, last Saturday
evening and disappeared. She had on
her a saddle and blanket. The fiuder
will please return her to or notify
J. S. ALYMAN,
Butler twp. R. F. D. H, Bntler. Pa
Exciintlou Kates lo Chicago, 111.
December 16 to 19, inclusive, the B.
& O. It. It. Co. will sell excursion
tickets from all local stations west to
Chicago, 111., at rate of one fare plus*
SI.OO for the round trip, account Sixth
Annual International Live Stock Ex
position, good fir return until Decem
ber 2 J.
For further information call on or
address nearest B. & <). Ticket Agent,
or B. N. Austin, General Passenger
Agent, Chicago, 111.
Do not get excited, hut Cleeland
Jeweler, hat; a tjtock of Holiday goods
that would cume very near exciting any
one that would drop in and tak» a peep
at same. Call and nee the fine display.
125 S. Main street, Bntler, Pa.
Money to loan on firnt mortgage,
E. H. NEGGICY,
—Why is Newton "The Piano Man
Has added a full ime of
amateur Hhoto Supplies, Cam
eras, Fllms 4 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. ftuUcr
\ Trusses ]
| Of To-day j
/ A truss is an important ap- i \
/ pliance and it is obvious that S
I ' constant effort will be made /
y for its improvement. Every \
1 year does bring some improve- X
C ments, and wearers of trusses j j
i should have the beneut of C
V them In onr stock we en \
/ deavor to provide all that is V
i practical as well as new. Our I
\ long experience in fitting r
§ trusses enables ns to judge the /
\ value of new ideas and our : i
C stock is therefore an ideal one. j S
i Any claims we make for a \ \
/ truss we will guarantee. i C
J Hard Rnbber Trusses,
# Shoulder Braces, : \
/ Elastic Trusses, I V
/ Elastic Hosiery, j f
5 Abdominal Supporters, j S
C Crutches and Fittings. t
V Our assortment is complete 3
* and our prices are right. \
\ C. N. BOYD |
( DRUGGIST S
N DIAMOND BLOCK. BUTLER. /
PURE 11 1
Delivered daily,to all parts of town,
in large or gmall amounts.
FRED H. GOETTLER,
Phones, Eell J 158, People's 220.
Thanksgiving: Day Excursion?,
On November 29 and 30, the B. dt O.
R. R. Co will sell low vate excursion
tickets between all stations on its line
west of the Ohio River within a radius
of 150 miles from Belling station. Tickets
will be good for return until December
Tickets to Florida via B. <& O. R R
Very low rates for the round trip to all
the famous resorts of Florida, Georgia,
The Carolinas, Nassau and Havana,
now in effect. Tickets on aale daily un
til April 190*1 Full information
from B. Jt O. R. R. Ticket Agents.
, Summer clothing at ; price at Ritter
& Rockensteiu's now.
BITLKIt M VHKETB.
Our grocers are paying for
Chestnuts, per pd 10
Fresh eggs 23
Chickens, dressed 15-17
Navy beans, bu $1 75
Oniony, bq 90
Lettuce, lb 10
Honey per lb 17
Dried Apples 6
Squashes, per pd 2
Turnips, per bu 40
Our dealers are paying, for—
Corn, shelled 68
Hay, hailwl, ton sl2 00
Buckwheat, per cwt $1 10
Specially Low flouteseekers' Kx
citrsion Fares to Points m the
West and Southwest, South
For further information consult near
s t Baltimore <& Ohio Ticket Agent.
I'UItK SPRING W ATE It ICE
is now being delived to all parts of the
JOHN A. UICHKY,
It is the purest ice in town
Leave yot\r orders at the Bakery.
142 S. Main St. Bntler.
Jury Lists for December Term
Lint of names drawn from the proper
jury wheel this 7th day of October, 1«0."»,
to serve as Grand Jurors at a Quarter
Session term of court commencing on
the first Monday of December, llWo,
the same being the 4th day of the said
Bricker J I r . Winfield twp, farmer.
Brown A L, Concord twp, farmer,
Bupp Fred, Lancaster twp, farmer,
Covert OM, Butlev \frd, alater,
Doerr Henry, Winfield twp, carpenter,
Fox Wm. Winfield twp, farmer,
Gibson S R, Brain boro. producer.
Hawk Chan A, Butler 2d wd, clerk,
Jamison W L, Venango twp, farmer,
Kelley L D, Butler lnf w. glass blower.
Kramer Ed ward. Butler .'ith wd, laborer,
Kradle Gotlieb, Butler twp, farmer.
Kerr JnoC Slipperyrock boro,merchant,
Lefever D W, Jefferson twp, farmer,
Milhron John, Winfield twp. farmer,
McMichael Zcnas. Zelienople boro, J. P
Pim Ira S, Uufralo two, fi*riu«>r,
Sanndrach Oeorge, Wllitleld tp, farmer,
Stick|e .lon. Muddycreek twp, farmer,
Steele Jan, Fairview twp. producer,
StaufTer Frank, Ilutler 5 wd, painter,
Watters W W, Evans City boro.paiater,
Wnitzel P N. Franklin twp, blacksmith,
Winters Jacob L. Butlor :i wd, tailor.
Liat of names drawn from the proper
jury wheel this 7th day of October,
IUOS, to serve as Petit Jurors at a
Quarter Session term of court commenc
ing on the second Monday of December.
1905, the Hanid being the lltb, Jay of
Allison John, YYor»h twp, laborer,
lianer Fred. Concord twp, farmer,
Campbell Lewis W J, Petrol in boro,
Christy I 11, Concord twp, farmer.
Cooper A A, Adams twp, contractor,
Cornelius L K.Batler 3 wd, lambennan,
Critchlow H, Slipperyrock twp, farmer.
Cunningham J 11, Clinton twp. farmer,
Dambach Chas W.Butler "«w, carjienter,
Dirkin Htnry, tJsaklaml twp, farmer,
iKiutUvitt Detmer, Adams twp, farmer.
Duncan Gilbert,Zelienople boro.mercht,
Flemming Tlioa, Paikertwp, farmer,
Krwiboorn SVm, Jackson twp. farmer,
Garvin R IJ Cranberry twp. farmer,
(ieorge Chas, Zelienople l»oro, producer,
Graham J I', Washington twp. faru<er,
Grohman J C, Butler 1 w«l, dri\ggisl,
lb-nan I C, Washinatou twp, farmer,
Ilill W W. twp, farmer,
Hutchison A \V, Clearfield twp, farmer,
Jamison ,1 U, Futrolia boro. farmer,
Jenkins (ieo, Mercer twp, farmer,
Jolley H J, Allegheny twp, farmer,
Jones Grant, Mnddycreek twp, farmer.
Kelley John C. Butler twp, farmer,
Kneiss I 11, Lancaster two, fur .«*(■*,
Kocher C 1!, Zelienc\p'«e boro, laborer,
Leonberj; V'w. Cranberry twp, farmer.
JUaharg J M, Penn twp, farmer,
Manney John, IJutler twp, farmer,
Manney Wm, Untler twji. farmer,
McCandless A N, IJutler J wd, retired.
McCle»te? ii P, Slipperyrock boroogh,
Meeder Philip, Connociuenessing twp,
Metz Fred, Forward twp, farmer,
Miller H F, 81ipi«irvrock twp, clergy
Miller James, Brr.iu boiro. clergyman,
Kattigaa Harry T, Butler, 1 wd printer,
Aider U S, Center twp, farmer,
Kiley Samuel, Forward twp, farmer,
Schreckonghost H.Petrolia boro,laborer,
Shoemaker Grunt, Suxoiiburg borough,
Sti. kle W P, Eau Clair* »oro, J. P,
Storey T 11, Butler 4 wd, producer,
Swartzlander Elmer, Fairview twp,
Taylor Silas, Worth twi>, surveyor.
I? 11. NKGI.KV
li« AT LAW.
oajce In the Neglcy Building, Wist
Beef tuwr Iron
Extract of Beef. Citrate of Iron
and Sherry Wine
This preparation is famous as a
system builder and general tonic. Our
preparation differs from all others of
the same name, because we use pre
digested beef, the best sherry wine, and
the iron is in such form that it is qnick
Iv taken into the system. It is pleasant
to take and prompt in action, making
rich, red blood.
Do You Require a Tonic?
Are you weak, worn out. run down
and nervous : Is your blood thin and
impure V Are you pale and haggard,
lips white? Do you become exhausted
from very little effort, your sleep rest
less, your appetite poor? If you have
any of these symptoms use our Beef.
Iron and Wine.
If the result is not satisfactory we
will gladly return your money.
Price, 50 cents a pint
HUYLERS FINE CANDiES.
R. M. LOGAN, Ph. G.,
108 N. Main St., Butler. Pa.
I ANY S
< SIZE '
$ CUT S
J TO ?
< ORDER. >
? Redick Sl Grohman I
109 Norti Sain - ti
Do You Buy Medicines?
Certainly You Do.
Then you want the best for the
least money. That is our motto.
Come and see us when in need of
anything in the Drug Line and
we are sure you will call again.
We carry a full line of Drugs,
Chemicals, Toilet Articles, etc.
S. G. PURVIS, PH. G
213 S Main St. Butler Pa.
REGISTER S NOTICES.
Tlie Register hereby Rives notice that thr
following accounts of oxocutors, adminis
trators ana guardians have been filed In
his office according to law, and will be jire
sented to Court for confirmation and allow
ance on Huturday. tliu !>th day of December
IWXV. at 9 A. M.. of said dav:
I. I'tnal account of J. N. l>'ulton, adminis
trator of Catharine Montgomery, deceased,
late of Clinton township.
-. Unal account of Virginia Stephenson
and .1. \V, Humphrey, administrators of
James .1. Stephenson, deceased, late of Slip
pery Rock boro.
.1. Final account of .1. A. McGowan, admin
istrator of E. 11, KlnUald, deceased, late of
4. Final account of George Lang, executor
of John Lang, deceased, lute or Suxonburg
' account of .1. M. Covert and James
S. Wilson, administrators, c. t. a. of Mary
\ lucent, deceased, late of slippery Itocktwp.
tt. Him I account of Klleu M. Patterson, ex
ecutor of William .f. Patterson, deceased,
lata of Hllppery Rock lioro.
7. Final account of W .1. I.lnk. guardian of
George Park, minor child of Nelson L Park
decoased, late of Ohio.
*. Second and II mi I account of Solomon Ilun
bar. executor of Jesse K. Miller, decased,
late of Forward township.
U. Final account of liavld li. Wilson, exec
utor of John Oalbreath, deceased, late of
in. Final account of Kdwln Meeder, admln-
Istrator of W. F. Iff! deceased, late of
11. I Inal account of J. It. Douthett and
Katharine Martin, executors of Jacob S.
Martin, deceased, lute of Per.n township
1-' !• lnal account of M.C. Lllzlnger, execu
tor of Jerome McGlnley, deceased, late of
l i. Hiial account of H « \ Lltxliitfcr, guttr
-5 y WU«.»a, minor child of Mary
•Ml lon. d(*C6iisi'(| l late of Concord towiintilp.
11. I* lnal itccoulit of Holier! Fleming, exec
utor i-f l.udwlg Voller, deceased, Utu of lluf
1... !• In&I account of .I.J, MWumlless, cuar
diiin .if John U. Slainni, minor .-iill.l of Jolm
M. Mainii. iI. i-. ms. ,|. | a t. of I'mnklli. twp.
HI. I'iniil account of Eva Uarr.now Skinner.
CM-i-utrix of Janit--. \V. llarr, late
of Muimult U>wnshl|i
17. l'tn*l account of Catharine I'rodorlck.
Jtdruliilalrlx of Itoralhca 11. Frederick, lie
•'t'ttht'd. Ut«* of Mlllerst-own boro.
In. Final u—ouut of Thomas <i. Ili>nry. ail
inlnlHirator of Rllzalx'th A. Ili'crH. deceased
lair of Forward township.
Hi. Final a of Hao»tiol 11.11, executor
or 1 I. ] .•rwllllK.r, (Uic.us.-tl, late of Allv-
I'lnal iicvunt of loNcph W Meats ex
ecutor c.J Thomas A. Eaklu. deceased, late of
\ «'„»n*o township.
-I. I' lna! account <»f M. K. Hhuor, i-xi'CU
tor of ( orncllua S. Hel«hley. deceased, late
of l«;ui<'u«t vr township
:S. Final account of J. p. Davis, nuardlan
of IVrry A., Kmlly N„ Emma <•., Edward T..
himi Matilda IJ. Davis, minor rhlld;«-«i of
I nomas U. Davis. deceased, Ia to of lowa.
s V»d distribution account of John
W. Kline, administrator of EMxabeth Kline,
deceased, lull-of l\>rwa,<J township.
:ii. I Irst partial 'count of J<%et>h Vlart
man. Jr., executor of Joseph llurtman, Hr.,
de«casv,« late of Butler Urj/o.
~~ J t ,in< * distribution account of Wil
liam L. Kepple, aUinlnlstrf tor of Mary Kip
pie, < i f V r ea*i»d. late of Falrvlew township.
y». \ma I ami (listrlhutlon account of
(.eorjco Hhoiip and A. Wilson Johnston, i>%ec
utor« of Ml/.aheth ( . Johnston, dv** % aHed,
late of Summit township.
27. Final account of Jacob V,. fainter, ad
mlnlstrator of .Solomon S. Mays, deceased
late of Fulrvlew towu^'Up.
Final stcco-.nl ut K. J. McOandlflHs, ad
ministrator «*f Samuel Mover. <Jeceasc«l. late
of \ es«oxo township.
V" Myrtle Feltfel, execu
tn < of Lulu Kuifcul, deceased, late of liutler
.K>. I- inal account of F. (J. Kalst<jf*. e*ecu
irlx of Kll/.alM'th Gllkey, deceased, late of
>llpp«ry K«*;k township
ai. Final and distribution ac count of
Charles W. ('rider and H ,s. Older, rxccu-
<*f Jacob C'rUicr. duceaiiud, late of Mars.
•£. !• Inn I of Thomas Htjem*cr, cuar
dlan of \\ KUaut McLaughlin, minor child of
Mlctuu . McLaughlin, deceased, late of Itut
"• ®' leal account of I, D. Shearer, admin
Ist rator ('. T. A. of John Hhearer, deceased,
late of < 'onnoquebesslng township.
J. I*. DA VIM. Register.
(Old May & Kennedy stand)
First-class horses and rigs.
Excellent boarding accom
Good and clean waiting room.
Open day and night.
BERT McCANDLESS, tanker,
M. A. BERKIMEB,
245 8. MAIN ST., BUTLEB. «
How's Your Towel Supply?
O Towels have a carious way 0 f getting lo«t i
■; where they go to is an unanswerable problem
/' V'-\T Bnt towels there must be and good hona^-wivM
. appreciate a plentiful supply.
I I We are jnst at this moment ready to sapnlv the
> Mr towel want at mighty reasonable prices
i V/ As a general mle prices on this class 0 ( mer .
V f chandi«e remain about the same from season to
| y I season—no more or less. Bnt this occasion is an
lz- exception and as sach you should r *»W.
/ Here are the prices:
Good hack towels. 17 by 38 in., at 10c each.
All linen huck towels, 16 by 3*2 in., worth 20c at 15c.
Extra fine and large hack towels, 20 bv 40 in. worth 35c at 85c.
Turkish towels, special values at sc, 10c, 15c and 25c.
Fine damask towels, two
The Thanksgiving Dinner.
TV ouldn t a new table cloth and a set of napkins add a great deal
to the enjoyment of the feast
Fine linen damask, 50c. 75c. 85c and SI.OO. |
Napkins to match. SI.OO to $3.50.
Match sets. $5.00, $6.50, $7.50.
L. Stein Son,
108 N MAIN STREET, SUTLER, PA-
Wrs. J. E. ZIMMERMAN :
I Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats. V
100 beautiful cloth coats with fur collars, 42 inches long, In castor < >
brown, blue, green and black, slo.9B—worth $15.00. ' .
I hildren s all-wool cheviot coats, far collars, bine and green, sixes
four years to 14 years, $4.98 —worth $7.50. Same sizes in Kersey rcloth,
fo. TO— value SIO.OO.
Ladies] long 50-inch gray cloth mannish coats for slo.oo—value $15.00.
Ladies long 50-inch cloth mannish coats in castor, black, bine, irfeen < >
and brown, flO. 00—value $15.00. K (
for S ildren '' Bear ekin coate ' a « es 1 *<> 0 years, for *2.98 -caps to match
ladles' Tailored Suits. ! \
Unusual assortment of Suits in fine Cheviot, 45-inch coat— colors blue ' 1
I and black, $15.00 —worth $25.00. i (
Unusual assortment of Suits in fine Broadcloth, 50-inch coat, colon
blue and black, $25.00 —worth $35.00. J ►
Then there are long coat suits of gray, garnet and irreen. t25 00. < i
$35.00, np to $50.00. B 1
Separate Skirts. < >
Distinctive lines at $3.98, $5.89 and up to $10.C0; superior material
and tailoring -all colors and black * >
Extra size Skirts, $5.98 np to $10.00; Waist bands 32 to 30 inches. < >
Ladles' Waists. J J
Just received a special phipment to sell at 98c, $1.50 np to $5.00. ( >
These are white madras, linen and lawn Waists as fashionable today and
in as great demand as they were in May and June. Also Silk Waists, ' '
$8.98, $5.00 np to $lO, and Lace and Lingerie Waists, $4.98 up to $12.50. < >
Millinery. ; ;
Do not put off another day buying your Winter Hat or Bonnet, i .
Season well on—choice styles scarcer every day. We can please yon in
style, workmanship, and above all in prices- always loss here. i (
Hosiery, Underwear, Neckwear and Gloves. ' |
These lines—larger and better than ever—extra sizes in women' 6
vests and pants, 25c each; Mentor brand Union Suits for women and ' m
children—best, 10c, 15c and 25c; fleeced stockings for ladies, children and J ,
babies in Butler—best silk lined, warm gloves, bla:k and all colors, 25c;
better ones for 50c; dainty neckwear:-beautiful embroidered tnrn-over i *
collars, sc—worth 10c; stocks 25c. < >
; Great Slaughter Sale 4 ►
I Still continues to excite wonder and admiration. Our store is crowded *
1 daily. Never was there such a money-saving opportunity presented yon. \
1 The best of Dress Goods, Silks, Flannels, Yarns, Blankets and Domestics £
—just when you need them—at less than cost of manufacture. All most 1 1 '
1 > l>e closed out this month and next. Sale continues until every yard is sold. ( I
jMrs. J. E. Zimmerman. I
People's Phone'l2B. Butler, Pa. A
C We could make more money on our Suits and Over-C
£ coats, but we couldn't make so many customers. That\
) is why you can get a tailor-made suit or overcoat from us(
\at regular ready-made prices. A vast difference there Is/
\ between a hand-made suit and an ordinary factory-made, \
\suchasyou usually buy outside of this store. Isaac \
/ Hamburger & Sons have spared no expense in the build- C
/ ing of this season's suits and overcoats. Where machlne\
i work might have done, they've put hand work to insures
/ shape keeping. It's those little extra touches added on t
3 to the wear-telling parts that has made their clothing/
\ famous. And we wish to say that they cannot be had i
\ outside of our store in Butler county. They cost no\
\ more than cheap factory makes. C
/ Union men, please notice which stores are closed/
/at union hours, Now it's up to you, J
| Douthett & Graham.
( INCORPORATED. C
lECold Weather Needs 6
Blankets Flannelettes |
Comforts Woolens 5
Flannels Underwear g
Price Right. I