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,IS w - St Vi. j M-'rto-SundV 'A f elenram was. fMt' T B ' " I Queen at lelgifcrtv to tUai,, been, csnc.citeilOv;?' .:v A nfe?.atofVnotc1 m ti ii 4 t f' . 0" t' v-j I BEST PRICES Best Styles EUHRMAN & TINGLE. 1 J I 1 ' :' . ' -: ::: - ivr, . ' - ... ,. . ...... .. ., . , . . i? IFaiirinnieFS . . : H ' ' t i. Following our plan of assisting the farmers in Bates County in selecting their seed corn for the past few years, and always encouraging increased production, we are this year offering cash premiums for the best ten ears of corn grown in Bates County. Cash premiums as follows: White Corn (any variety) ist premium, $25.00; and premium, $15.00; 3rd premium, $7.50. Yellow Corn (any variety) nt premium, $35.00; and premium, $15.00; 3rd premium, $750- ' Now is your opportunity to win one of these cash premiums, so select your seed corn early and get busy. All exhibits must be delivered to the Missouri State Bank on or-before November 1st, 1919, as the contest closes on the above date. All corn exhibited to become the property of the Bank. - - , We will have three dis-interested corn experts to act as Judges and we assure you there will be no partiality in t awarding the premiums. Missouri State Bank " AND , The Walton Trust Co. . (Associate Institutions) - . Butler, Missouri The Old Reliable'' 20-tf ed at the Qref o 13th. i Battitnore avenue. KAniua l new biutding'will invjblve',44v t nwni bf $4.ooo,ooo.f- ' U fr At a meebnv Ot.Urt ecr -a- mittet, Of Mm American 1" bid immetUatelv after" 'the )Ot of the convention, eaetu) 1 C. Clark wa nnriimously,i air man of the committee.,' ' ' tames A. laundaa of brafed bis 80th birthday ou,i tsl .....f. . SLr ..3nfl 'f:V .1 arl on a farm on which the sitetU c Kansas City. JJnion depot.VU'vl Jt- Gov. Gardner last week rtceiV4 a communication from a young hjJat Pueblo, Colo, asking bin) to Im tr a husband and she knew jnst'slJat she wanted -He must be taKUue eyed,-. 50 years old and must ptiess lAn4 ft Ann nnA t .r " ' "."'. .'. at - 5 AdrfavMo,; :C: , '- , f A tA v W v'-'nVF - 1 :i .t ..j ..Lm Pi,ntKlii imiiiiiiiiiut..i 1 1 i i mi. .mmmmmmui nn . ,..---v 0 irooViobv"" 'l a- I? .in' Rulnur that the United JT r,. f .--.- . " -. - . -Si? i-if-'w.?- VAO I I Courts could not be used;, VA fAVlfi la damage suit for $5,000 in the CU. f, ".C J - j. i V . V amCS - "? i v 1, j I Court at Sedalia Thursday when"! 1 ' I OF-WTWR, ; , , 4 'J J "IvJ ' testimony showed that the-iiainff LI .'-,- . - - V f-,' s! "'.(," : ,N OT, 'v ,n thease had reaistered Qar- I -, - -M 'T . - Viv-U . The members si the Kansas- City fc'ouncil of Women's dubs har'Voted to oppose parole from the petren tiafy of Vic Gueringer, Maurice-lW- Korvitr ana uscar narrison ed in that citv five years ago of an assault on .Mrs. Gertrude ShidJeR , C , , - '".i The Sikeston Standard finda"! in tun rnnnrt mat larm nanoi- Southeast Missouri 7 are demanding i that tneir- empjoyers- insiau. snwwer baths' and provide soap and - towels. It believes .the ' Shower baths: Swill cause an irreparable break between i the farm hands and the I. VV. VVKS! I . ii niian alien m lyio. j.ui uiuij lames 'lohnson; a negro, was' ar-1 based, on the ground that a Statfe M estea Dv vniei 01 romc u.'vwct atm cauu ' r l'Oplar mutl, ITiurstlay. suspected i States and- Germany, inagmtiQh as, being the. assailant ot bept.;KUS- ! peace.: waiyms nuivfiefu , hiijmw; y sell. 14-year-old girl, who was rat tacked some time ago in. the , , fut skirts of that city. The girl identf fied the negro- as being her -assailant and he was placed in il. tins rountrv and no Droclamation' 'i sued declaring the war at an end. It was bronchi out in the testiraon of the plaintiff on crbssejcaminiitioh j that ne was a native or uermix, -au that at the beginning of tje' waj' un- oe Government instructions, he g but Porte Blissr near Strasbutg, Cass Htered with others as an eeja a.lik county, has forty acre" which he es- knJ'lutt . ,kl8RABLB.;A V, timates will--mSkMfciyi.: bushels -to the acre, andrti to let wofft run under stenty6lt ushels to; the acre. Mr.' iiiuaMctiiaff a nay crop averaging close w three, tons an" sere, and try ashe wiH, finds "it'liard .-ta worry. Gov Gardner was reminded at the breakfast table Friday morning that twenty-five years ago he was mar ried in St. Louis to Miss- Jeanette Vosburg. The reminder came : in the shape of a "silver- watch, a-v -present from Mrs. Gardner, who : had not overlooked the anniversary, of such an important event in her iue and in tnc life of the Governor. W. P. DuvalL PresleW HomerIvn. Cashlsr O. A HA - Vict-hH.' H. H. Usle, Asst. Cashier Capital l5o.eoo.oo --V v 'Swplu too r?.nr i -" Surplus.., 4 . . y . . . . t . i .,... V 3.00 C3.00 Many Butler Peopl .c J mere is ntwe nw iwr -many a '"-ir1' nev sutterer. - ' 1'he kidneys'feeV congested, Sort and painful, ' -v , , The .Urinary-" pas sages are often Tegular and distressing, v w . - 'Ube aderfr, rejl,, worn-put sou depressed. - ' ' ' V -J t " Wak kiHnevS need ouick. aelu-. ' nH a mrrial kidttev remetiY. ' Doan's Kidney Fills lave stood the ' A tejnedy esp'eciaHy'for kidney ail- A hoer weiehiiiK i.ioo- pounds.hwif . . IJ-tli ' - owi.d by L. 4. STderbti. world, sold foi$ii,ioo under the afjwr" iJh- stewartrao'jlVine' St. tioncer's hammer at Hannibal Fn-J i.VXJ Av . - Thf animal wa onrchased bv H"VV '-J-r. r"""?':-,',- L. C. Potter of -Plattsburg; Mo. The animal is forty-four inches tall, Walcomas and aimrjHeiacM , aur aeeauata. axWnlM '!ant ' U ' w u ran u- OkL-nw vie is.intwwiBai I dona malataia with iialtC-ia. v, f?V "tR'n ?- v . r ',-4. nitons ! i ii j .nip -ju,,fKvrW tcr ' "fypry! ',jy u -i" "".V:-1!1 1 r TH back were constant and annoying. 1- J- PARi?tI4Vt3'ltCi ACSTRXTS ; - V J.T ' " ' eighty-four mches in length and w r.. "Vfr v-3rimrtl mweif nif r 7 T Wv, "- SAV" '.(.'"-V AiT'Kw laruest ever l5ir tor a hog in Mis- V8' 1i,?'i?,,r xf x'f 1 .JifSJ? u anr - 4t..jvA s V souri,. ' ; . 9 rtre.. . yV -f'Y -c " '-r VAcfash'. Post Oak neighborhood 3SS4iS5 'v - v 7.- -T - , should-,bubbed "The i. Snake K.1K v Srf lteW MttvAX - . 'deV.ng ;tke' " hdl' er." We have heard of Giant Killers T1 mlZn?Ii r I? ' .l: tV idiiwDoan's JKdiryTV .J ' " Ai i- - " 3 Snake Charmers and the Pied Piper' Lbut from records, - Mrw.Cask ha earnva nimscii mc ruyai vnynuw lismted above. On the, Baird , an Xownsend larm, la miles south ot tnx ounty seat, .the, following, slanghte has taken place: M rattle snakes, I copperheads and 1 water Moccasins The oldest rattler killed was a 13; yearoiu, reptue. .. ProfE.'A. Trow6ndce oi,M cot lege of agncultura at. Columbia, hr received Word that the Missouri slot judging. team, tooklirstrrlace at ti National Swipe shweU: at IX Moirte,la. -A pijtkijot $135 awarded tbecoHege tot sricultare i the nniversityfor t&t'.At . jta . wi ning ttain "It. : r'J-,-.--woii fir second, 4oJ i J 1 -f, Opiate A the individuat I ,vrWaia, wf second place I. I ? vVjowa ti:' tod ebr,if r,o;- ee-poc, af f 4;id- if Kidney-lj J BJOKT 1 T. - n it'i i. i -juistrillii "y-At