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The Butler weekly times and the Bates County record. (Butler, Mo.) 1918-1950, October 16, 1919, Image 10

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At Farm Adjoinintf Dreato
QEDUESDAY, OCTOBER 2
Sale will commence at 1 tfclock s
Free Dinner Served at Noon :
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2R Boars and 2 OBen telflfa
A number of these gilts will be sold with breeding privilege to either of our
Coffering is sired' by suchgreat boars as Utewr, Giant nes, Wb
Giant, Buster's Model, Tolono Timm, Big Bone Leader and tSertsdale Jones. Afl r v
from high class sows. - . - "
Boars for the Former . .
The time is here when no farmer can afford to use anything but the very best
pure bred hoars. WWW this offering of boars include a number that are of such
rich breeding and outstanding individual merit that should put them m the best
breeder's herds in Ameri&, there are also a number that are especially smtableto .
the FARMER TRADE and we expect them to sell where the farmer or small breed- f
r nn us them ndvantp r"inly WE ARK NnT TT Vfm A.nffl flALE AVEIC--gbff
WE WANT oSrARMER FRIENDS TO THIS OFFERING.
Wp appreciatrthe farmer trade and want to give it every consideration. You -
can buy boars or gilts in this sale at price you can afford to pay. They will improve .
vour herd and make money by producing a better market hog-neJhat matures ,
and fattens for the market in the required time to make them profitable. , ,
OFFERING IS IMMUNE ' . '
WE HOPE TO HAVE EVERY FARMER IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD WITH
US ON THIS OCCASION. rf
Write for catalog of the offering. . .
( OLSHARRIMAN, ROBBINS and HENRY, Aucts. C. C. MASTERS, Clerk f
E. D. FRAZIER, Drexel, Mo.
Ballard Breetei.
Well, old Jack Frost came - very
near getting us last week, but look
out, for he will be here before long.
Harold Corwine is on the com
plaining list.
Obe Keirsey and family spent bun
day; with Jim Crow and family.
On ' account of the convention at
Antioch, there was no Sunday school
at Fairvie Sunday.
Clyde Cook and wife are going to
have a sale soon and move to
Adrian. -
" Harold and Ruth Corwine spent
Sunday with their uncle, Montie
Hurt and family of near Aaron.
":' Mrs. Ella Mosher has a new Bulck
car.
John VanhOy and .Miss Christie
Sargent, of Spruce, called on her
brother, Herbert Sargent and wife
Sunday evening. v
Leonard Hays has purchased him
a farm down near Spruce.
Grandpa Biggerstaff is rejoicing
over the arrival of two httle grand
sons and one little . granddaughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Biggerstaff of
Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Big
gerstaff each are the parents of; a
baby boy and Mr. and Mrs. Acie Big
gerstaff of .Kansas are the parents of
a baby girl NIG
WAMTJSB!
VAT HORSES, MARES AND MULES
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r; b orders for iil Ci vc Hr VfefJ -
Spruce Pick-Ups.
Mrs. T. A, ; Borland called on Mrs,
R. H. Barnes and daughter .Monday
afternoon.
The -sale at Black s Monday was
well attended. '
Miss Christie Sargent - called go
Miss- Gladys - Barnes Monday after-,
r.oon. -
Mrs. Mattie Hill spent Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hill.;
' Urt fharliV v NirKMI and 'Mrs.
Charlie. Lads. spent Wednesday witb;
their motner, Mrs. een oancKman. t:
Mrs. Lee Reese and ' daughter
called on Mrs. Ben Banckman
Thursday evening. '
Mrs. Mattie liill entertained tne
fnllnwincr Sundav. Mr. and Mrs., Cad
Hill, Mr, Butord Keeme, Mr, anw-t
l.:. Hill ..J M . fn-r ' . T
VU19 tlll .1IU A.Ala. VWA. ,.. v. - ,'jni BILU AULiV. .
: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reese and . sorjvtaf Idaho are visiting
Alhe, spent Sunday afternoon witlFjer Butler, 1 ,
ir ami Mra vTal.. Ravliniirn
IVA RnrliitiI anH famitv anrt 'Mr
Orvillc, Cumpton and nephewr spent
bunday with Mr. and Mrs. - via
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Dickison an
rhil'drj-n Mr.-and Mrs. Del LufseW-
hner and Mr. : Lutsenhizer
nd .Francis . Godwin - spent
with Mr. and Mrs. :veorge
IMrs. Clara Batchelor and
ley Cumpton spent Sunday
parents, Mr. and Mr.' W. 1
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W. E. Cumpton and wife speir
Sunday with Mri.- ,umptoa,s mot
ROSE.
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T " f J6ephin and Katie Bracher,
week, but we will try and sctape up
something. . , . ,-"
Mr. and Mr. H. f oweii ana tawuy
reiatives ot an
Mr or, A Wr. .W H lVlilMif illj
iiiahtr. were SundaV- suests of M.
knd Mrs. B. H. Smithson. " S.
ir i&isaea irene ana uircuc rcucv,
p i Mafai spent out ntgbt Urt cckf with lr. anf Mrs. Uciof
- v . Iss Clara 3oUeo has betn,Tiss-
:ir T the past week with friend .Uit
th iiorhood.- , 1 . v- ' ' V ,J
1 and Mr. L. A, VTt s
daughter, Nora, of , Nebraska anfi ' ' f . 'Cjdl ftf?afc''v' s
Josephine and Katie Bracher, T , fbis kifllS:'wa visited by a
.NfckJUpp wd temlr, .galled; on B4 et wi
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