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' II .t 3,?' " ' -V' 9 4 (ill 1 1 fern II ill I 1 l f m If - , km a a ii ate M?'!V j '- ' 'V "" ..'..Vfc. Ji-A. - ft. . M -' i j ilipccountl am leayiilipthe farm to locate in towriv iancJ vyiU sell at public sal at my place 10 miles east of Pleasanton, Kansas; 6 miles northwest of oMnntes sfQUth of Amoret; Mc?n H j9 ' pfem bBt 3i COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO-WIT: MULES AND HORSES Consisting of 1 span extra good mare mules, 5 and 6 years old, weight about 2500; 1 span black horse mules, 5 years old, 16 hands high; 1 4-year old mule, 15 hands high; 31 hea'd of 2-year old mules mostly mares, some extra good ones; 4'yearling mules; 1 black mare 6 years old, weigh 1200, with mare colt by side; 1 bay mare 4 years old; bay saddle mare, 5 years old; 1 bay saddle mare 4 years old; 8 2-year pld draft colts. 18 HEAD OF -CATTLE'";;- Consisting, of 1 white face milk cow; I cow and calf; 3 milk cows; 7 calves, 3 yearling steers: 2 yearling steers; 1 2-year old heifer; full blood jersey cow; be fresh soon; 2 sows and 20 shoats weighing 50 tQ 75 lbs.. , 'Ifi Xi, FARM IMPLEMENTS . . , Consisting'of ofie set slip tug work harness; set driving harness: some extra collars: one one pair nearly new large size collars; one low wheel wagon with hay frame; one spring wagon: one John Deere Disc; three cultivators; one new buck rake: one sheep clipper; one horse clipper; one Deering corn binder; six log chains; two scoop boards; spades; shovels; hammers; saws; planes and numerous other articles; two water tanks. : . v n ; ; HOUSEHOLD GOODS ' Consisting of one No. 12 DeLaval cream separator; Old Trusty incubator, 100 egg; one re "itrigatorr wooer heater; tour gallon bent wood churn; two .commodes; morris-rockerrfour-rocking-chairs; some, stone jars; fruit jars and. many pther articles too numerous to mention. : TERMS: Sum of $10 and under cash: Aft autns oyer $10 a credit of 10 months will be given purchaser giving note with ap proved security bearing 8 per cent interest from date,. 2 per cent discount tor cash on sums over $10. No property to be re moved until terms of sale are complied, with. ... j . ;;';;:.;:.:.., .; .. - H .f - C. C. Cobblns oai L. A. Poteen AadUaeera CLOUS J. D. Doollttle, Clerk Lmcb Will be Served by Ladles Aid City; V-i-tt-axt)uit.ii kow i U.it tikat city .drove Iris sJ'tI.cat., -,:wWch..f .Jie' weat to aad ( v-i. Us work, that of yaoalunf forms lirOtKrcta walkpad AJjWo.ria;?aajra; ujr.to; (aY0. -a JWi i pselI-if-ctan i ttn jpeat Mveral . j '.''".-'I.--'-if 1 R- ' ;,,'Comlaod. 5i ' w. '-.l''li., '!-''' i," v ,MifeS: ri'' .afr. and Mrv M. S. Simpson, daugn terr Louise, and sons, Jim and Joe, motored to Eskridge, in ? Waubance couaty.4UBsas, Thursday, and visit-' erL Mrtt" Simpaon's brother, Charley Pnabar until Monday of last week, ; day here.-5 three iIac4s! a'.'S - -jI- . ' fcw aaremea jUr(aii;( .1 C'-tI. oi liodesto, H-. eav and t'bn'tJjtferWMis I- I ti vaarvuvf North: Kew, Home. v Those who "alieiided' the sute tair it Sedalia were Mr.-. Morris and son, Ned, J. Aj Patterson. $ Jmt Malone, Milt Reevev Joha hart; son, Otet, frame tferry jkb..$proiil, Waiter Strein, Frank voule. , '-' Mrs. Milt Reeves spent last Thurs fdsy-wkh-MrrKeetea. . ' . Mrs. Chanrar. iot .Butler, aoent oae e and sons arrureai cay-lasu weut-with her.danghter, Mrs. i om UianiUer. t r-' , Mrs.' Fred; PaUman and children returned -to:- her ;-: home -iu. Jerico Springs the: last of the week. - - Mrs. CJHuutler's sister. Mrs. Smith. 4s Tiattip ht. asi athsx relatives. Bob S "Kl'-caistis wife a pres ent of 'aJli'-nz' toAtOtfive last weefcC:vyiif:';--.- . Fred Mer TrtVtrri2s aad sons HsitedTJ rsttt -ieyltr Ehart'a. yr w , w x Vi, t:lyCl .1314 1W vjrV. , " Henry Ehart, Walter Strein took fat hogs to the Butler market Mon day, ; ' Guy phelps and Tom Chandler at tended Frank ' Swarens " sale near Foster Monday. , . v Bert Warner, : who was injured om time ago is improving and was L.J -i-- ' . n . . . auie ro w in uuuer aaonaay. . - a: :' s.r..:t cor.- State Snprtmsj CoBrt r to ''".i'-ir Badger Troubles. : Settle elffecson Citv. Aua' iia Marital troVJes. of H. E. Badger cf 'Rich Hiil tn h unlet in thp aitnrrme coa prohibit 'Judge C C, Calvird oj t fa. tyviaited at tJ caucu Sunday af I.7 Jones' Chart's ofi tin' tut fit or c t. r court from- comtmt to iafl for.' contempt: ." The d2ry writ, issued Tuesday' on attm oi his attorney, John Cl ansaa City, was- made re i aezt Saturday. ; r. . X 'r was adjudged un contempt an to obey, sa order, issued jrCatvird to- turn over hi "feaV to. Mrs, BadgerTwho . curled the rufmg o. the w;- JUnaas,.'.. Cat I'V'wtfli suatained ihe '::.'LJt-:f.'St,.n.. obey -"i' itt t ttalit M Johnnie on the Wing, We had a fine rain last week and it was worth many dollar, to Date. county. Toe . corn, crop is now as J. : Cwahlen and , family are spending a few days in Brookfield, Sorter 1. Turner and family have leturued trom a three weeks visit to Illinois. Guss Bruner 'and wife. Clem Cus ter and wife, all of Elkhart, were in the city last Saturday. The writer and several pf the Bruiier family took a good dinner at Tom Bruner's one day last week. ; i , Grant Wolfe, of Elkhart, ;, was .in town last week and Grant is the Re publican candidate for Judge of the Aorth District, but he will have to travel over Middleto(w)n before he can reach the goal. W. H. Hart. Chauncev Iritts and W. G. Stults, all of the Elkhart trielghboThpod, were- in the city-lasrl Saturday trading with merchants. A large number of Bates county jeopie went to sedalia last week to attend the fair. All report a good time and that the fair was the best ever held. Ihe next fair will be Aug. 8 to 20. 1 021. Judge D. W. Cloud, of A tona. one of the pioneer citizens of Bates coun ty, was in town one day last week. We have known him for many years. -We see that our Republican friends had quite a time at their meeting at Harrisonville last week. Judge Den ton was elected , a member of the state committee, which does not suit a certain faction in our couny. Joe March, county engineer, has received a big truck for road build ing. .We hope that it will be used in making a good road system in the county. ihe Democratic Congicsstonal committee met at Clinton last week and elected Hon. Peyton A. Parks chairman and W. G. Dillon secre tary. vvc hope every Democrat will at tend the rally next Thursday. We will try and attend the circus next r riday and hope some of our friends will give us a 'complimentary ticket. Mrs. Casper Stammcn, of Kansas City, is visiting relatives in the city. We have no weddings to report this week as Judge Jeter spent most of last week in Sedalia taking in the slate fair, but we will have a few for next week. ihe writer lett Monday morning for a tew days visit to Blue Mound Kansas, to visit a few old friends, but will return in time for the Dem ocratic rally and the circus. JOHNNIE. IT PAYS FOR ITSELF Delco-Lieht really costs : you nothing. It pays for itself by doing work, run- ; ning the washer, pumping ' . the water and doing many other odd jobs. This is the opinion of the vast army of Delco-Light users. Write for Catalog H. & L Electric Co. BUTLER, MISSOURI : Bank of Amsterdam Sold. G. H. rahlban, majority owner oi the Bank of Amsterdam, Missouri, and cashier, has sold his entire in terests in the bank and his residence iu Amsterdam to J. W. Alder, for merly of Merwin, Missouri. Moil day, August the i6th, the formal change was made and Mr. Alder took charge of the Bank at that time says the Amsterdam Enterprise. Mr. Alder formerly was in the banking business, at Merwin and well known in this locality and there will be no experiment in :iis venture in the business here as he is thor oughly capable in every respect to handle the business. Mr. Alder brother, Frank Alder, formerly prh cipal of the schools at Manhatten Kansas, will live in Amsterdam and will be cashier of the Bank of Am sterdam. He is thoroughly tried in the business world and has had position of responsibility and merit the past several years and will' 'be come a valuable asset to 'the coin munity and will make ajjood banker for Amsterdam. J. W. Alder, who sold at MerwinTr Tiasep'urchased and the two places will be operated in conjunction, ' in this way . the business ' of the community ran aitd will have special care and be more easily handled when larger deals have to be considered.' Since Mr. and Mrs. Pahlman have been in the ' bank there, has been very substantial growth, the deposits have increased from about Si.coo.oo to $100,000.00, the surplus fund has increased 5o.ooo.oo and the bank is now located in its own building, and is equipped with every necessity. Atter an extended western trip Air and Airs, fahlman will reenter bust ness. Old and New Settlers and Home Coming Days September soth and sist. xgao. The committees are at work, to make these days the -biggest .and best held in Butler for many a day. ihe Honorable John H. Lucas. one of the best lawyers " in Kansas City has been secured for the first day. Mr. Lucas is not only sa orator, but is more familiar with the early history of this part of Missouri than perhaps any other man who could be secured. He will speak bu the tirst day, and, particularly to the uid settlers. . -. The committee - on amusements, besides "pulling off local stunts, has secured a high grade free attraction for both days. The best band But ler Band) has' been secured for the two days. And in addition ' T. L. Fisk, Miss Marguerite Snyder and Mr. G. P. Wyatt will see to it that we have plenty of vocal music of a hiah order. A committee of fifty will be ap pointed to see that the new settlers, those who have moved to Bates Couaty .recently, will not only act ac attainted, but have a rood time. All former citizens of the county art most cordially invited. . .'-We Want everybody to .begin to plan now. to come to Butler on these two days. ' :V... . -:' -There Will be something doing: all the thne. x - :. .Watch - the papers closely for fartbey informatioii. .v- ,. Is.r:"" Looking for Oil in Bates County. F. L. Harrison, representing the Reliance Exploiting company, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, spent sev eral days in the western part of Hates -county the first of--the week looking into the oil prospects. Mr. Harrison was sent here by his coin puny to make a survey of the county and report his findings which he has done and while he is not making pub lic what his report was he seemed to think that there might be oil in Bates county. If his report is satis factory to the company they will send geologists here to cover the ground and, if in their opinion the oil is here, drilling will soon be com menced. Mr. Harrison has for sev eral years been in the oil business in the Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Louisiana fields. When companies who are exten sively engaged in the oil business iu the different parts of the country be gin to take notice of Bates county it begins to look as though there might ' be some reason to think that the oil is here. -- . - - Butler, is; El Dorado Springs 4. The Butler base ball team went to El Dorado Springs Sunday and bad little trouble in decisively J:feating the strong El Dorado Springs team by a score of 12 to 4, and the fans v.'ho accompanied the team report that the Springs team was very lucky to have made so many, scores. The Springs team had been defeating some of the best teams in the coun try this season and the home boys thought they were going up against the hardest proposition that they had' tackled, but the team hardly played ' up to their reputation. ' , , Lester Lyons Dead. Lester Lyons died at his home West - Butler Friday afternoon, - teranXJtendedillne5s of cantx: the stomach. Funeral services, con- ducted by Rev. Roy Biser, of the Christians church, . were, held a,t the home Sunday afternoon' arid ' inter-.' ment made in Oak HiUicemetery. - . Mr. Lyons was a well knovvu citi zen of this city, where he had made his home for many years', tie had conducted a restaurant near the de-. po( f6r the last several- years. .' C. A. Allen and sister. Mrs. Min nie Bennett, left last week for Cali fornia, where she expects to make her home. . , . A Word to Lovers - of Music and - Home! Before you purchase your so JGUMr not buy a sa- 'er'haa a tonola. Do Btnsaasw cfeBpiy b widely udmtlesa, 5 to be fee ' riimii ss. 11 iTlw mane .' ' ,Whm e key. : gheis . . graU tya odsTL v."kajl t crfiatl'4 .. year. fesr 'g-l &mt ,v .- a..- : .' ' IPS Wangh-j 7tteetug The JeTersoa ;Gtr Oeasocraa-Trl- ' - t Kays tet the dsaoa v 2"