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-7 : L . Vi Wn JL JLJ -1L l-n n no n n n - ijjnn. HQ C) Qu U L J UlJUlj UQju u Having sold my farm - 1 bay horse 6 years old, roadster, Forrest King stock. ' . One bay mare, 8 years old, weight 1300; one Mack horse, smooth mouth, weight 1500; one sorrel mare, smooth mouth, weight 1100; one bay horse, smooth mouth, weight 1100. 1 GOOD COW One extra good full blood Jersey milch cow.. 22 HOGS 1 brood sow, soon to farrow, Duroc Jersiy; 9 shoats, 125 pounds; young sow with 5 pigs, 2 months old. 6 head. red hogs, weight 100 lbs; 1 full blood Poland China sow. FARM IMPLEMENTS 2 tons clover hav, loose; 1-2 ton timothy hay baled; Schuttler wagon; Schuttler running gears; iron wheel wagon and hay frame; buggy, Sayers & Scovill; corn shelter; binder; feed grinder; 16-inch walking plow; mowing machine; riding culti vator: walkimr cultivator; sulky riding plow, 14-inch; surface cultivator; corn stalk cutter; garden plow, 5-shovel; wheel hoe; corn , One disk; One good 6-shovel cultivator, spring trip; one 16-ft. Pounders Corn King harrow; one-section iron harrow; one almost new; one Peter Schuttler wagon and tight box in good shape; one tight bottom hay rack; one canopy top surrey in good shape; one buggy. . 1 6-Horse Challenge Engine Almost new and in A No. 1 shape; one saw rig; one horsepower sweep. TOOLS, ETC. 500 hedge posts; lawn mower; U. S. cream separator; motor washing machine; Old Trusty incubator; brooder; large iron kettle; 3 exhibition chicken coops; round oak dining table. 4 1-2 feet wide; Piano, Story & Clark, burl walnut; 6 dining chairs; 1 mahogany bed room set; 1 oak bedroom set; 2 iron beds with springs, oak book case; oak center table; cradle; child's high chair; 1 base rocking chair; 1 child's rocking chair; mahogany settee and chair to match; Duntly carpet sweeper; vacuum cleaner; ebony clock, Seth Thomas works. ' ' ... ONE EDISON PHONOGRAPH AND ABOUT 200 RECORDS FOR SAME ; One Bell City incubator and many other things too numerous to mention. 10 White Leghorn Pullets. ' ' Some Brown Leghorn and Rhode Island chickens. , " j TERMS: Any article selling for $10.00 or less, cash. On articles selling for more than $10.00 a credit of 6 months time will be given r:n bankable note to draw 8 per cent interest from date. 2 per cent discount for cash. No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with. -7--; ; t77Z7'7--. 7 VZ7ZZZ77Z 77 . 7 - - - - - Lunch on Ground 0, COL. C. E. ROBBINS, Auctioneer. Order of Publication. ' " State of Missouri, ) . V- ", County of Bates. J ss" m ' 7 In the Circuit Court, May Term. 1919. In Vacation Feo. 17th, 1919. Charles I. Burk, Plaintiff. : -vs . . Bessie & Burk. Defendant. Now at this day conies the Plain tiff herein, by his "attorney. J. F. Smith, and files his Dt tition and affi davit, alleging, among other thing, that defendant Bessie E. Burk is a non-resident of the "State of Mis souri ' . , , . . Whereupon, it. is ordered by the Clerk in vacation, that said defend ant be notified . by publication that ' plaintiff has ' commenced a suit against her in this court, the object and general nature of which is to ob- John tain a decree 01 divorce irom uer on the grounds of intolerable indignities LV offered plaintiff by defendant, eon ' ajstinf mainly of a disinclination to l ' -.ir aii interest in hcloinff plain- ; tiff to make a living, untidiness about! the boose, fluting wit young men V ad lastly, by picking up and leaving - ' plaintiff and their home and , going vmj with no intention of retnrnmg, . and that unless the said Bessie E r defendant, v be and appear at V . this court, at the next term thereof, si' to be begun and holden at the Court Ho. -in the Cfcv T Butler, in said be fMfU MHHT v U; .l!i..-tW aa4 am at fceforc the first I t-V liLl Vernv nnswer or plead I : Derenoasts.; ' , !l - r t . . A u aaomson, i 7 jU Vr a3SToe, he : In the Circuit Court .of Bates! Township Committeeman. 1 - 2 mile southwest of town, I will Sale to commence at 10:30 a. m. the Following Property: 5 HORSES planter; disk; grind stone; set single harness; set work harness, f, same Will be taken as confessed and judgment will be rendered according ly. . And it is further ordered, that a copy hereof be published, according to law, in The Butler Weekly Times, a newspaper published in said Coun ty of Bates, for four weeks success ively, published at least once a week, the last insertion to be at least thirty days before the first day of said next May Term of this Court. Circuit Clerk. A .true codv from the record. - Witness mv hand, and sea! (Seal) of the Circuit Court of Bates county this 17th day of February, 1019. C. C. SWARENS, Circuit Clerk. !9-4t Sheriffa Sale in Partition Josephine M. Nesbit, ZetU A. Nes bit, amkPlorilla Z. Roberts by Zet ta A. Nesbit, her, guardian and curatrix. and Weaver B. Nesbit, bv Zetta A. Nesbit. ' his guardian " jwd'euratri.- Plaintiffs. , . r . . Against ; . i - -William Critchfield, Minnie a. Cntch . field, Sylvester Nesbit,', James L. Nesbit, Fred. Christenaen,' Therop '- It. Christenaen, Lauretta M. Chris ten sen. Alfred Roberts, Mary E. Crew, Charles H. ; Craw, - Maurice B.Craw 'datence A. Craw. Mable Craw. Boyd," and Nol ; V.' Craw, Lane Ik E. sell at Public Auction, on Iff! Black Hawk manure spreader; New Departure cultivator; one wheat drill; one endgate seeder, j rifchard JM. C. WILCOX, Clerk County, Missouri. , fiy virtue and authority of a de cree and order of sale in partition made by the said Court, in the above entitled cause, and of a certified copy thereof, dated February iith, 1919. I will on Saturday, March 8th, 191a, between ihe hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon, and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Butler, Bates County, Missouri, sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, the' following described real estate, viz: The West half of the South East quarter of section thirty (30). and the North one-fourth of the "North West .quarter of the North East quarter of section thirty-one (31), aU in township forty (40) -of range' thirty-one , (31) in Bates County, Missouri; for cash in hand paid. J. W. BAKER. iS-4t . Sheriff of Bates County, Mo. " - '7 Democrats Take Notice. ' There will be a1 man convention of the qualified Democratic voters of Aft' Pleasant townshJ- hi ,the Circuit Court room on Saturday, March 1st, at 3:30 p. on, for the purpose ot se lecting aiNlelegates to the, county convention to be held Monday, Mtrch 3rd. to nominate a candidate for county school superintendent. BERGER WITH 4 "SOCIALISTS 7 GETS 30 YEARS Defendants Make Long Pleas for , Party, But Judge Landis Gives ;V- Maximum. Chicago, llx February 20. X maximum prison sentence of twenty years was imposed by Federal Judge Landis today upon Congressman- eject Victor L. Berger of Milwaukee and' four other Socialist leaders, who m iiuul pleas likened themselves to history s greatest martyrs. 1 he given men, convicted 'of conspiracy to obstruct the draft in violation of the espionage act, succeeded in -obtaining ' release 011 $25,000 bail from Judge Alschuler, and declared they would carry their legal fight to the United States Supreme Court, if nec essary. Besides Berger, publisher of the Milwaukee Leader, the other convict ed men are: . Rev. Irwin St. John Tucker, lectur er and writer; Adolph Gcrmer, na tional secretary of the Socialist par ty; J. Louis Engdahl, editor of the American Socialist, and William F. Kruse, head of the Young People's Socialist League. Judge Landis overruled motions for a new trial, for a stay of execu tion and for bail, but granted the fil ing of a petition for a writ of error. Counsel for the convicted men then went ' before . Judge . Samuel P. Alschuler of the United States Cir cuit Court of Appeals and asked for bail. Judge Alschuler said he hesitated to grant the motion for bail lest the defendants continue their socialistic agitation. He interviewed each of the five and then granted them bail, increased from $10,000 to $25,000, with the understanding that they re frain from resuming their former acts and utterances during the pen dency of their case. William' Bross Lloyd, Chicago millionaire, who was Socialist candidate for United States Senator at the last election provided surety for the five. Berger and his former assistants took full advantage of the customary inguiry of the judge, whether or not they had anything to say before sen tences were passed, and the Milwau kee congressman-elect finished read ing his 'jooo-word typewritten state ment. . Tliewar -was-.au imperialistic- and commercial one, Berger declared, and "over half the white race is in a chaotic state of evolution out of which must devcto an orderly So cialist reign within fivcycars." He declared that if the present "system" continued, the "capitalists" will "surely create anarchism" and would "prepare this .country for a revolution such as the world has never seen before." "The so-called League of .Vat ions is simply a thi-ti screen behind which the capitalistic classes of the winning side are dividing the spoils," said Berger, who also declared that 'Americanism is now synonymous with capitalism. . Irwin St. John Tucker in his plea compared himself and the others to Jesus Christ before Pontius Pilate. Jnuge Landis, at the conclusion o the defendant's statements, without other comment, sentenced the five to Leavenworth Penitentiary, each for twenty years. Was Ready to Fight Whole Cruiser Fleet. Xew York, l'eb. 22. "There's a man witn as mticn nerve as you m find in any navy in the world and a lot more than in most," said a sailor ;is he pointed toward Capt. William L . Cole of the battleship Nevada. "We were out in the North bea in the old wagon (.the sailor method of saying 'ship') at 9 o'clock ' in the morning, when in the thick of fog we ran bang into a flock of cruisers. W e i t signals to show who we were, out those cruisers didn't nxve us a tumble. r "The skipper ordered us to show our signals -once more and we did and when there was no answer he gave the order. " 'Sound quarters, train all guns ;md open fire.' "Well, the alarm gongs' sounded and the bugles blew and we all went to battle stations, and the old Ne vada, out there in the North Sea all alone, was just getting ready.to blow things wide open a few seconds more would have seen it when we got the signal that showed the cruisers were of the British "Grand Fleet. "Oh, boy! It isn't so much that the Nevada was going to tackle the whole whooping fleet single-handed out there in the fog that got -me, it was the attitude of Capt. Cole. Give him -a rowboat and he'd fight the world. Some guy the Captain." Saw Huns Crucify His Own Mother. Huntington, Pa. Lucien Dauchet, 15-year-old Belgian boy, adopted by an army officer, told here "4 story of how he saw (his mother crucified by the German 'troops during the early part of the invasion of Belgium. JThe boy said the Germans first cut his mother's hands off and then nailed her to the door of the village church. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby iriven. that letters of administration upon the estate of James G. ' Walker deceased, r have been granted to the undersigned by the Probate Court ot Bates county, Missouri, bearing date the 3ist day of January, 1910. All oersons having claims against said estate' are required to exhibit them to the undersigned for allow ance within six ' months aper - the date of. said letters' or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate; and if such claims be not ex hibited within one year from the date of granting said letters, they shall be forever tarrecL ,' ' Witness my signature this 31st day of January, 1919. ?-- , ' V. W. Walker, Attest ; ' Administrator. (Seal) - "... : H. E. Sheppard, 17-4! ' ' . Judge of Probate. HUDSON MAXWELL If You Contemplate this Spring Call and We have on the floor for you r inspection the new 1919 Max well, which has added several new features and is in itself a beauty. The Hudson Super-Six is also ready for a demonstration. We will be glad to explain the winning features of these cars and you can see why they are so popular with the man ofjneans. We will have the Essex on the floor this week. Come and see it. - Wilcox Bros. Jefferson Highway Garage Telephone No. 2 Butler, Mo. BUSCH TO OPEN PLANT TO YIELD 1,000,000,000 POUNDS OF pKED A YEAR New Industries to be Established in Connection With Making of Bevo. ' In connection with the reopening of the Bevo '' manufacturing plants August A. Busch, president of Anheuser-Busch, announced that he had manufacturing plant that will produce roo.ooo.ooo pounds of cattle, horse and hog feeds annually and give employment to too or more men and women. Busch said that in the readjust ment of his business, on account of the suspension of brewing, plans are being worked out to utilize the en tire dried grains bv-products of the Bevo. malt candy and mall sirup business, amounting to more than 15,000,000 pounds a year, as the base of mixed feeds. Dried grains, used in breweries, contain approximately 2-, per cent of proteins, one of the necessary constituents of balanced rations mixed feeds and are sold to feed manufacturers as the basic in gredient for their products.' Since the suspension of brewing December 1 there has been a. short age of dried grains for mixed-feed purposes. Busch said that at a re cent convention of the Association of Feed Control officials of the Unit ed States at Pittsburgh, it was dis closed that one of the serious prob lems confronting the feed manufac turers was how to find substitutes for dried brewers' grains. . "Since, with , the addition to our llevo business of our malt candy and malt sirup business, we shall produce a larger quantity ot dried grams man ever before, we have decided, in or der to give employment to the great est possible number of St. Louis peo ple, to go into the mixed-feed busi ness on a. large scale, liusch said. "The Anheuser-Busch plants, have ample manufacturing and transporta tion facilities for four new St. Louis industries, each of considerable mag nitude pork packing, malt candy. Home of the Giants, 45 Will hold a public sale of Jacks and a few Jennets MARCH 10, 1919 We will sell more size bone and foot than you ever saw in one offering Herd headers and mule Jacks. The big Missouri kind. Write for tin Illustrated catalog. Brcdlcy WARRENSDURG. Buying a Good Car Examine our Line malt sirup and animal feeds. ' We ex pect, with the addition of these new industries, to be able to give employ ment to all our former help, about 7500 persons. "These new industries will be es tablished as rapidly as the necessary changes in the plants can be made and the machinery installed. We are now perfecting organizations for manufacturing and marketing the new products." St. Louis Globe- SDcmoerat. March Teachers' Examination. The regular March teachers' exam ination will be held in the Butler Circuit Court room March 7th and Nth. 10.10. The- subjects will be given in the following order: First day. Fridav morning: Geog- ! ranhv. language, algebra, orthog- rapnv. First day, Friday afternoon: Gram mar, arithmetic, literature, reading. Second day. Saturday morning: Civil government, U. S. history, agri culture, algebra, adv. science. , Second day, Saturday afternoon: Physiology, writing, pedagogy, liter ature, adv. history. The examinations will begin at 8 a. m. and 1 :Jo p. m. each day, and close at 12:30 p. m. and 0:00 p. m. respectively. The examination fee is $3-00. Paper will be furnished. Special Third Grade Certificates can not be renewed, and the grades on such a certificate can not be transferred to another certificate. Teachers should take advantage of the three examinations by beginning in March. Respectfully submitted, Arthur C. Mori-land. (Jl-tJ C.o. Mipt. ot scuoois. Ocer in France they think that an ' American soldier can do most any thing and do it well. In Bordeaux the other day the inmates of a girls' reformatory mutined and the author ities called on the American soldiers to restore order, which they did by turning a fire hose on the mutineers. Broo. MISSOURI, i 7!. . : ' if n. 7) '-.V & 't-iitm "7 -iL j$7yfXi 7- - v'ri ky A7; '