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The Butler weekly times and the Bates County record. (Butler, Mo.) 1918-1950, October 16, 1919, Image 4

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7 tober Utile Com Jour-
Ml aai CocqwpoHtMi, '
oui be had at
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(Penslar Store)
N. W. Cor. Square
It is the finest iaee
powder known of .
Cone and see it. ' l-2t
Sheriffs Sale in Partition.
' Maggie Speaks and Wm. . Speaks,
, Plaintiffs. .
Mary M. Fritts, Robert E. Speaks, a
' minor, Annabelje Speaks, a minor,
and Mable Speaks, a minor, De
fendants, i '
In the Circuit Court of Bates
''County, Missouri.
By virtue and authority of a de-
xttk and order of sale in partition
"ude by the said Court, in the above
entitled cause, and of a certified
copy thereof, dated Oct-7. ii9L I
will on Friday, Oct. 31. iW, -between
the hours of-nine o'clock in the
forenoon, and five o'clock in the af-
ternoon of that day, at the East front
door of the Court House, in the City
of Butler, in Bates County, Missouri,
sell at public vendue, to the highest
bidder, the following described real
estate, viz:
-Thi' miith Halt ol the northeast
quarter, and the northeast quar
ter of the northwest quarter, both
in section Thirty-two (32) Town
ship Forty-one (41). Range
Thirty-three (33). except the
right of way of the Kansas City
Southern Railway, and except
that part belonging to the Kan
sas C(ty Southern; Railway Res
ervoir, and except a school house
site therefrom.
Terms of sale as .follows, vu:
Cash in hand. - '
- J. W. BAKER.
;sa.4i ' - Sheriff.
Administrator's Notice,. '
Notice is hereby given, that letters
of Administration upon the estate of
Uartha , ' K. ' Baskerville; deceased,
have been granted Mo the ; under
signed by the Probate Court of
Bates County, Missouri, bearing date
the i3rd day of September, .1919.
Alt persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
: them to the undersigned for allow
ance within six months after the date
of said letters, or they may be pre
cluded from any benefit of such es
tate; and if such claims be notex
hibited within one year frGm the aate
of granting said letters, they shall be
lorever barred. : -f ; 1
Witness my signature this 23rd day
of September, 1919. .f,rfy;?
Attest: : ' Administrator.
(Seal) ; ; H. E. SHEPPARD,
St-4t , Judge of Probate.
Notice of Final Settlement
noucr is nereDy given 10 au crcu -
itora and others interested in the es-
Bate County, State : of Missouri, to
be fceld at Butler,' Missouri, com-
duci twiniT .r roraic vutii
ber. tgio.
Ifotke of Final Settlement,
. , Notice It nereoy given. 10 ail frrnmpir-ii- r
-V '4Mb and others mtereed tbe i
, aI Iimi, P. Arnold. vfcttiit,lWWi;w;.wv:rT,irJ
1 -r 1. ieanna , iwiwaras, crain
, -.It 14 I Ht Countr Probite Court, tSt 't- 'tmJ&P&XKSF' M -
"wLi. rrrt? Or ia.l-.Ten
million Germans and thousand! Of
Aostrians are awaiting oponuoKy; w
Lk- uliaK rniinlrifia. aoCATu-
ng to dhpatchet presented today to
the-' tiouse 'tmmigninon uwni
America, with Argentina, .Chile an!
on a but denying ciiwensnip ro wi
wno assenea cu ii5 jvB...v
a .! mSlitarv service, and orovia-
ing for the deportation of those who
witnarew ineir ucuiuiuuua mv.,
tions to become ' citiiens : to escape
The Senate committee: continued
if iartntn nn the raaniution 01 sen
ator Phelan of California, proposing
investigation as to whether Japan is
violating the "gentlemen's- agree
ment" regarding, the entry of Japan
ese into this country. 1 '
rninmiftsioner Caminetti of the im
migration Bureau and V. S. : Mc-
Uatchy, puDlisner 01- ine sacranrenio
Bee, were the principal witnesses;
UrlnKw. rmimntA ttiniOIIV that
the agreement is being "constantly
and deliberately violated," while
Caminetti told the committee his bu
reau had not been given sufficient
funds to handle the situation.
Senator Phelan said be had pre
pared a bill which would exclude
lananese the same as Chinese. Sen-
caift th United State S
HIVI yr tiwau
made a mistake in debating the im
migration question witn japan wneu
it first came up. . '
Foster Facts.
Mark Thomas and wife, of Butler,
were in FosteT Monday;
Mr 11 ammatnnn and faAlilv moved
on the VV. A. Woods farm, northeast
of town, the first of the week.
A lame crowd attended Bob Stand-
ish' sale Monday.
Word was 'received trom jonn
Fust, of Taylorville, III., formerly of
Pier that his Tfi vpar old dau&rhter.
Waburga, committed suicide by tak
ing carbolic acid this week. Further
particulars were not learned.
"Jap" Harter has bought Bob
Standish's car.
W. A. Woods and son, bought out
the Frankcnfield garage friday.
v Mill, i.t frn Kra
City -Sunday for a visit with her
brother, 'Nuel Mills, and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cullison and
baby, of. Amoret, came down Satur
day for a visit with relatives.
A certain young man took a few of
his friends' to Rich Hill one night not
long ago. On the way home his car
behaved very badly.- It tried to pass
larger car, missed a cuiveri, went
ever a ditch and came to a suaoen
stop in a barbed wire entanglement.
Qi,kI thinirr war nf an everv dav oc
currence before the big dry spell
I. ' . ".. VMS
but the way 11 is weii, 1 11 i you
come to your own conclusions, since
110 one was hurt.,.
riiarlev Cobb and wife and broth
er, Sam Cobb, J. motored to Busie,
Iowa, Monday to visit their sister,
Mrs. J. Irvin. -
- ftd' 1 acIia Swsivna and hahv re
turned to her home in Kansas City,
Tuesday, after a visit with her par
ents,. Mr and Mrs.. Williamson.
VV H. Carr and family spent Sun
day with Lewis McCall and wife.';
Tex swarens nas a ringing in ms
nn 4 inn t rail thp iinrtor. inev re
wedding bells.- Call the preacher! -
; Mr. ana Airs, juamews 01 nuitu
inson, Kas visited their parents, Mr.
and Mrs; J. L. Millsap, this week.
. 1111. AIIU X,3. V" it..... ,
ITarteac Citv ram,' rlnwn Saturdav
night for a visit with her brotker, P.
L. Shelton and family. : 1
Roir VVarrpn: nfNevMla. filled his
appointment at the Christian church
Sunday. . - " . .
Mr T . I " Milliun'a daughter and
husband are visiting them this week.
The relatives of Uncle Jim Thomas
gave him a pleasant birthday surprise
Sunday by gathering at the home of
Art Thomas, where they enjoyed a
I - .1: I ah 1 nl t.n.A
ijy. ,, tv;--;
big dinner -and ! a general good time.
j " . ..'. -.-.-ri.s
House Repeals Canadian Trade RecM-C
. - y proeity Law. .v'-''rV-,'i
iii Kii'AuiithiHHi MnnHion in inc
w$ue whkh ecttiltite4 Wgclr t the
uciBa,i ux ' w ';t" ."r
-wnnout a
1 vt-t.-'jci' T-Jl ;i
to est a rest ii ta 1
1 pair gray horses
.about 1200 pounds
yt ...aU
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Ola iresn in prn; rea cow a
CUn Un-. K,,1l
tallies suv.ii. v iwMr-ty" , . , jjs , rj ,
- : : ' - y&Ai lao'docKtdahe toiwn34-5u----. v-vrv-f.afc ,
i nn hrf ni i rrW .Tr(v hnra. immune from hntara end hredfreci
sows with 43 pigs at Citle, a good hunch, and 40 Bhoftts wecaina irom JQ to ivo
of which ought to make fine brood sows; another fine bunch end will tat cc!4 In
alt a Uliatiic, a kuuu tnc
r UlUlVlUUai iiuk tiuuscst
About 50 English White Leghorn hens', about
new .u villi i.ccic .utntwtca, awiaK uitvici 11 muiiuu . wi 14 f vt v i v ivJ,tAirv,M S j
ing plow, 2 Ohio riding corn plows, discAsteel roller, 3-secUon htovtl tVcrtrxu r;?t7CX, cscca v t
hew, McCormack wheel take, good order, bull rake, carden ploxr d t!r t j.cVl rtO"; D lumber : v
wagons, 2 good baskets racks, spring wagon.. family; carriaa, tti jCci. , Cnrix id yop ;
about 200 seven-foot hed-3 posts, steel oil tank, forks, shovels; ciov7'tzrt pctt cu other articles .; ? :
too numerous to mention. f ' f i 5 C'.v. ' t -C W.f -u J ;
About lO tons timothy hay, about 2 tons clover hay; 12 tons fill.bsy; CCO.tnrh'b corn to x- ;f J
- De Laval cream ser-tor. dresser, chalrt, 2 hestinaadvti
inucnerous. tq i.inentiQii,..,;; - " j -v-;., .v, is t
V: ; TERMS:-0riall surrcIOlO and under cash; Over ttet amc-.t a crttctie-tr-iC-TrrUlta civen yJ:J
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