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The Butler weekly times and the Bates County record. (Butler, Mo.) 1918-1950, February 27, 1919, Image 2

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BEGINNING
Monday, March 3
At nine o'clock a. m., we will offer for sale in our
north building on the west side of the square
500 Cases of Canned Goods
Consisting of Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Salmon, Beans,
Kraut, Peaches, Gooseberries, Apricots, Loganberries,
Black Raspberries, and many other articles usually kept
in a grocery store. Also about v
200 Cases of Soap, Different Kinds
Now is your time to get a bargain. Everything goes
at wholesale and less. We must have the room vacated
if we have to sacrifice on the price of the goods to sell
them. Sold only in case lots. No packages broken. If
you can't use a case of matches; or salmon, or a dozen
brooms, get your neighbor to go in with you and buy.
Sale will close March 15, at 6 o'clock p. m.
No goods held unless paid for in full
USED CAR DEPARTMENT
1 One nearly new Brisco, perfect condition, $600.00, out less than
6 months, a bargain for somebody. New ear of same kind, 9950.
10 good used Fords from $i75-oo to $425.00.
1 Reo, good running' order, "$550.00; run less than 3000 miles.
One Maxwell, 1917 model, with starter, $350.00.
NORFLEET & REAM
ADRIAN GARAGE
-ADRIANj-MO-.
PHONE 191
W. F. Duvall, President Homer Duvall, Cashier
O. A. Heinlein, Vice-Pres. H. H. Lisle, Asst. Cashier
Capital $50,000.00 -.- - - - - Surplus $50,000.00
FARMERS BANK
OF BATES COUNTY, BUTLER, MISSOURI.
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Capital
Surplus.,
Undivided Profits.
We try to make GOOD SERVICE a
feature in our business
TRY FARMERS BANK SERVICE.
We are always willing to serve
Farmers Bank
OF BATES COUNTY
in 1
COLE'S
1000 bu. Seed Potatoes
Genuine Red River Ohio
$1.40 per bushel.
Red and Yellow Onion Sets . 2 quarts 25c
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GARDEN SEEDS OF ALL KINQS
Watch our windows for prices on Canned
V boods and Staple Groceries.
The Famdiw Aristo Hour.
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PUBLIC GARAGE
BUTLER, MO.
PHONE 35
.$50,000.00
.$50,000.00
.$20,000.00
CASH GROCERY
and HARDWARE
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There will be preaching at the
lUpiWHst church at Virginia - next
j Sunday and Sunday night by - Brp.
1' Smith, who is hired to preach twice
:a month. A cordial welcome 'to albs
i Grant Garner has hitched on to his
j road drag and he says he will keep
his road drug all summer. So be
sure to go by his place if you wain
to get on a good roaa, 1, ,
i Herbert 'Henderson and wife, fr&m
Indianapolis, ltid., who Irave Ueen
visiting his mother, Mrs. Carrie Jlen-
derson, and his brother, Harry, and
other relatives, have gone to Kincaid,
Kansas .'to visit relatives of hiswife,
nie suoner is to be held at Vir
ginia Hall next Saturday, night. The
proceeds to go to the Virginia cem
etery. A rally day is to be held soon at
Virginia in honor of the dry Din De
ing passed. Everybody is expected
to come and bring something to eat
and have a splendid tune rejoicing,
Announcement of date will be made
A bunch of young folks came in
one night last week at tne Hender
son home to visit with Herbert and
his wife. '
Marion Hedger's sale came off
Tuesdav. Bidders were very, quiet.
, His horses did not bring their worth.
The balance sold reasonably well.
S. Harbaugh will move to New
Mexico after his sale, the 25th.
A Card of Thanks We wish to
thank the friends and neighbors for
their kindness and assistance in the
death of Effie Nestlerode, February
15, who died of tuberculosis.
Cyrus Nestlerode and Children.
Mrs. John Husse- of Merwin, has
the two little girls of Cyrus Nestle
rode to take care of.
I was in Amsterdam the other day
and found Billy Durst prancing up
and down, the aisles of Amos Hall's
big store. The store was in the
hands of Mr. Durst while Mr. Hall
was in the market with his fat cattle.
The five clerks were busy.
P. Peterson has sold his farm to
Frank Jones for $75 per acre.
Herman Phillips sold his lease to
P. Peterson for $100. 1
The Christian church lunch at M.
G. Hedger's sale brought $20. After
the sale the auctioneer went into the
house and sold the left-over lunch,
which sold well.
Country Happenings.
A. L. Gilmore sawed wood for G.
W. Sargent and J. l Harvey
Wednesday. " . '
Mrs. Lawson and Mrs. Marsh
Brown called on Mrs. C. VV. Rector
Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs! T. Anderson assisted Mrs.
Ray Lawson with making a dress
Tuesday.
Marsh Brown made a business trip
to Boonville last week.
Miss Lena Ramsey,, of Appleton
City spent the week end with her
sister, Miss Fay Ramsey.
I C. W. Rector has purchased the
Kirk farm near Pleasant Gap.
j Friday, February 21st, being' Miss
Goldie Wigger's 19th birthday, her
mother planned a pleasant surprise
for her. About twenty-seven of her
friends were present. The evening
was spent in music and games. Re
freshments consisting of pie, cookies,
and candv were served. A most en
joyable time was spent by all. Those
present were: Misses Maud Foster,
Sadie Beard, Pearl Jones, Frankie
Gragg, Maud-Kretzinger, Lillie vvig
ger, Florence Gragg, Icie Wigger,
Thelma Sargent, Viola Kvans and
Goldie Wigger, Mr. Everett Phinncy,
Harry Sutherland, Clarence Bow
man, Raymond James, Reuben Shil
linger, Everett Sutherland, Claude
; Wilson, Ira Phinney, Willard West,
'Archie Evans, Tom Frost, John
; Sutherland, Charlie- Kretzinger,
Everett Evans, Ernest and Delbert
j Wigger. At a late, hour they all de-
parted for their homes wishing Miss
, Goldie many more happy birthdays.
Spruce News.
Edgar Jennings went to Appleton
City after a load of flour Tuesday for
Ira Eads.
, - The schools of Deepwater town
ship gave an auction sale Saturday
evening, the proceeds to be given to
the Junior Red Cross. Amount taken
in $38.75. . - - '
Chas. Rich purchased a new power
washing machine the first of the
L week from Welling Bros., Montrose.
I. H. Dickison started to Utitlor
in his truck with produce Friday af
ternoon. He got hung up in the mud
and had to be pulled out a couple of
times. When he got as far as John
Beard's he got stuck again and had
to unload his produce and have one
of the Beard boys take, it in to town.
We hear that Spruce is going to
have a garage. W. E. Compton says
he is going to commence work on
the building this week.
Rev. Mullendore filled his appoint
ment here Sunday morning and over
at Pleasant Ridge iiwthe evening.
Louis Hill went to Butler with
-'oduce Monday for Ira Eads. ,
Quite a' number from here attend
ed the L..L. Wix sale Monday.
I Notice.
There will be services ait New
; Hope church Saturday night, Sunday
and Sunday night, March i-a, 1919.
.Business meeting on Saturday night
following sermon on the-subject' of
I "Call to the Unconverted." Sunday
I March 2 at 11 1. m. Sermon on
subject, "The Land of ,No Sorrow."
Service! at night at 7:30 on the sub
ject of "T Sleeper." Every mem
ber it urged to be present at Satur
day night service. VA hearty welcome
!to alt. . .v , ,
:v- L, W. Keele.
v Act Faxm for Salt,
.Located 3 t-a miles north of Vir
sinia. Improved. '. Tea acres Miami
bottom land. Immediate otsesiion.!
Price UtM ' Dtr acre. Or will di
vide ad either 40. , i liberal
tenna, . Tfiia u bargain ' mad: ts
arleed 4a Set Ike Lockridxa rt
form or rtta or write Jao. . W.l
I will sell at Public Auction at the J. 0. Walker farm, 6
FtM
ay
Horses antil Mules r
Bay mare, 7 years old, weight 1350 ; 2 coming two-year-old mare mules.x ,
Cattle
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Fat cow; coming three-year-old Shorthorn bull; 6 coming two-year-old heifers; 2 coming
yearling heifers; 7 steer calves;
1 Poland China boar; 9
Farm implements
Hoosier grain drill; Oliver gang plow; riding cultivator;
sulky riding plow; 5Q0 to 600 hedge posts.
2 STACKS .TIMOTHY HAY
TERMS :-$l 0.00 and under, cash. On sums over this amount a credit of nine months
time will be given on bankable notes to bear 8 per cent interest from date. 2 per cent discount for
cash. No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with.
Lunch on Grounds. '
COL. C. E. ROBBINS, Auctioneer.
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" ' Mt. Olivet Gleanings. x
Mrs. Henry Jarboe left Friday for
Elberta, Mo., on business.
The C. E. Jenkins sale was well
attended regardless of the rain. The
Mt. Olivet W. C. T. U. served lunch
and cleared $25.76.
. Mr, and -Mrs. Tom,." Trent were
pleasantly surprised ' AVednesday
by a number of neighbors and
friends. Mr; Trent, has sold their
Scully. lease and has bought a farm
south of Butler. We are sorry to
lose them from our neighborhood. A
lunch of 'peaches , and cake was
served. All departed at a late hour
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Trent sucss
in their hew home.
-Mrs. Joseph Cox of Butler spen
(ast week with J. P. Cox, helping
prepare to ,move to Adrian.
: Mr. Timmons, of Adrian, spent
Sunday with Mr. Lincoln.
Mr. Allison of Nebraska is visiting
his brother, Fred Allison, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trent. Mr. and
Mrs., Jess .Trent obk dinner Sunday
with Jim. Robinson and family.
"Quite a number gathered at tne
Will Moles home Saturday evening.
They i will move next week to the
I Chapel neighborhood. - " ?.
Mr. and Mrs. joe Kaaiora ot Eliz
abeth Chapel, spent Thursday and
Friday at the home of her brother.
C E. Jenkina and family. i
; J."-. P. "Cox and daughter, Gertie,
were called to Savannah Tuesday on
account of the critical , condition of
Mist Cynthia. They returned Tburs'
day. reporting her much better. We
hop ahe will aboil ' be among ' - ae
aftio, ( 'V'1' 1 .'S'1:- - J'-
veral from thia vicmuy attended
tbe patriotic program at Passaic Sat
urday night. All report a splendid
ine hi, cmvn n. u.iu. amf ro-
celv4 word trom Headquarters war
fife baa- been received . from' ,tbm
r TVa tbelr qaote of the tijoo
1 coony ait to raise lev reeoa
oa Work vAltttoogfe tiey is-
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tSarc!
the following property:.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a.
3 heifer calves.
nogs
brood sows.
Administrator
union in "the county to"" send their
nuota.
F.lmcr Wishcrd has leased the ' E.
V. Jewett farm for this year.
Jesse (icpford went ' to . Kansas
City Monday to attend the tractor
show.
A. GLEANER.
v Double Branch Items.
We are having bad roads at pres
ent' and also changeable weather.
Vernie Ghere was sawing wood
Tuesday. "
Jesse Hall went to Kansas City
Tuesday to the tractor show.
' Frank Kafus and wife are the
proud parents of a new boy.
Aunt Mary White died Feb. 18, of
a paralytic, stroke. She was an old,
highly respected, citizen, having re-,
sided in this community for several
years.
Uncle .Jake Adams is on the sick
list at this writing. -
Jesse . Hall was sawing lumber
Monday. ( '
h- Sallie Wix is staying with her
brother this week. 1 - ,
Lena Wix spent Monday evening
with Edna Dilloni .
John Wix is reported some better
at this writing. ,
R, Earsom is still ' numbered
with the sick, : '. k -
Mrs. Porter, of Butler, who used
to live in this locality died February
24. . . . .. . i . ;
'vnna Wix and -mother were visit
ing Arthur Baker and wife Sunday,
-r.v-.'j AJ NT SALLI E.
v ;;s rr.
We ceminly - have ' been having
some muooy roans. - r .
Mrs.. Stella Harper called at the E.
C Harper horaei last Wednesday
eveaiag. tf-K-'C'?.r-'-y' v
Misses Margaret and-Pern. Tbonas
aad Veta Vaoaoy a4 Eisaati Hart
peat Snaday wh"ay 1aSkeataV
Hay
miles southeast of Butler, on
7tl
m.
good walking cultivator; good
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JOHN HARPER, Clerk.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Nafus. Mother and baby both doing
fine."
Mrs. Charlie Thomas is able to be
at home again. We are glad she is
getting along so well.
''Mr, and Mrs. John Thomas are the
proud parents of a ' baby boy, born
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hart . '.went to
Butler Saturday and remained over
night to help care for Mrs. Charlie
Porter, who is very ill.
Several from around here attend
ed the funeral of Mrs. Mary White
last Wednesday afternoon.
"Mrs. Ollie McCoy called on Mrs.
-Mary Nafus la,st Wednesday even
ing. .. e t " ' ''
G. W. Thomas is about the same
at' this writing. . a
Mrs. Lou -Chase, who came to at
tend the funeral of her mother, Mrs.
White, has returned to her' home in
Oklahoma. . .
The. Y. P. B. met with Faye Blan-,
kenbaker last Sunday. . '
- Marion Thomas sold some cattle
to E C Harper and also tome to It
J. Lyle last week.
BILLIE AND SUSIE.
Carnthersville Man, 6a, Slaia oa
. . ''Street. - ;. .
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Carnthersville, Mo February ai-:.
E. C. Randolph, "a prominent cjtiaeaT
was shot and instantly killed aboat .3
7:30 this morning by Oltie UsCaw
ley, who fired -his revolver htto taet '.
body of Ids victim. Iving on the walk.
He then eooly-kept the crowd t bay.."'
till an offkerUrrhred,' wkea him-::'-.
rendered and was taken to the Cona- ),:
ty'jaiL nt area Held without Aoad.
His prtlimisary bearing ia. seH for
Saturday. -'.' '!.'. . i '
W trpaMe ia tm td have' art?-
1 -rt.tHt we were $fnt
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