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The Butler weekly times and the Bates County record. (Butler, Mo.) 1918-1950, January 19, 1922, Image 3

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Gentlemen BURLEV
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. The state superintendent of public
schools, Sam A. Baker, has filed his
declaration with the secretary of
state as a- Republican candidate for
rcnomination and election to the of
fice he now holds. He is the first
Republican candidate to announce
himself for a state office.
Bate County Enters the Better Bull
The Live Stock Breeders of Bates
County officially entered the Better
Bulls Contest, in a, called meeting
last Saturday, Jan. 14th, and expect
to Ret a share of the $1000.00 prize
offered by the Kansas City Cham
ber of Commerce, to the four coun
ties replacing the largest number of
scrub or grade .bulls with nurc bred
bulls. This project "is being pushed
and handled by the College of Agri
culture, University of; Missouri, and
will be able to aid .4us with the pro
ject in Bates "county,, A committee
rcprescning all sections of the county
will soon, be selected by President C.
E. Robbing, .and definite work will
soon be started. Any man in Bates
county who knows of a replacement
within the county since Jan. 1. 1922,
or hears of any during the year is
urged .to report name to Col. Rob
bins, the president, or County Agent
Drymon, giving the name and ad
dress of thiman doing the buying,
the disposition of. the scrub or grade,
the name and number of the pure
bred replacing the scrub. Franked
envelopes requiring no stamps will
be given out. for reporting these to
any one who will report replace
ments. Also the Live Stock Breeders held
their annual election of officers and
elected the following: C. E. Rob
bins, of Butler, Pres.; W. A. Baker,
of Butler, vice-president; County
Agent Drymon, secretary and treas
urer, and the folowing were elected
chairmen of the different kinds of
live stock: Robt. F. Allen, beef cat
tle: Tnhn I.. Garrison. Rich H
dairy cattle; Win. Frazier, . Adrian,
horses; -W. A. Baker, Butler, jacks:
D. E. Blakcman, Butler, Poland
China, hogs; Walter Hollingsworth,
Butler, Duroc Jersey hogs; J. D.
Critchfield, Adrian, sheep; J. C.
Crosswhite, Rich Hill, poultry.
We are sorry to report that only
31 live stock breeders were present,
out of about 100 in Bates courity.
So we would ask that those who were
not there to watch the papers for
further notices and help the Breed
ers' Association in anv Wjiy tbey
can. - ' ......
Jannuary ao, 1892.
Boys' and Girls' Pig Club at Hume
La.st .Thursday night, at a meeting
of the Community Club at Hume, the
members asked about a Boy' and
Girls' Pig Club there,', and voted to
have gne. A committee of ( men
was appointed by Chairman Robert
li. l.yle, to represent the three breeds
of hogs there as follow: For
Poland Chinas, Ed Shcehy 'and .1. C
Briggs; for Duroc Jersey, Ed Fitz
gerald and Guy Scott; and for Ches
ter Whites, U.-A, Thompson and
Robt. E. Lyle. - These men arc also
to-look after the boys handling their
respective breed of hogs..
This committee reported Monday
that they had plenty of boys for Hie
club and that it was goiig good.
This 'makes a total of over one hun
dred boys and girls in Hates County
in Pig Club work.
There were. 24 fatal accident.- in
Jackson county during the year wr.
The Times' phone number is 37-
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 1922
4UD) Mead 41(D)
Herd boar for reference only (
GIANT MAID 5th 761576
CLANS BOB 1st 113361
Herd boar for reference only
J A Grandson of the CLANSMAN
At farm 9 miles west of Butler and 6 miles e'ast and H mile north ot
Amoret and 1 mile east and mile south of Virginia.
27 Fall Gilts Yearlsngs
I extend a cordial invitation to mv fellow breeders and farmer friends
to attend my 5th sale of Bis Type Polands, whether you wish to buy or not.
If you want a sow that has quality, bred to the kind of Sires that will
keep up quality and good enough to go in any herd or on any farm and the
pedigrees on both sides are as good as you, will find, you will make your
own prices that day. ' . .
These hogs are in nice thrifty growing condition, and no doubt will
make money for the man that buys them. '
There is no doubt in my mind but that you can buy here as cheap as
any other sale you will attend this winter, there will be bargains in some
of my tried sows that have raised late litters and are a bit thin, but my loss
is your gain, so come on. .
The largest percent of the offering is bred to Clans Bob 1st, the offering
consists of
13 Tried Sows
Representing some of the best known blood lines. All the above nam
ed have been treated with the simultaneous treatment and should be
cholera immune. guaranteed to be safe in pig to dates given on day of
ale. should any prove to contrary I will rebreed to either of my herd boars
free or refund full purchase price if proven to be non-breeders, provided
same are returned to me in good condition, within 30 days from date of sale.
See catalogues for the breeding of this offering, pedigrees will be
furnished for each animal sold. If any are to be shipped, will be crated and
delivered to railroad station free of charge, crates furnished for shipping only.
TERMS: Cash or time not to exceed 9 months on bankable notes to draw 8 per cent interest
from date.
" " ' Sale to commence at 1 P.M.
Ladies Aid of Christian Church .will serve lunch.
- Catalogues Mailed on. Request - '
auctioneers: COL. C. E. RODCINS.
Fieldman:-W. O. MITCHELL.
. K. D. Kipp, cashier of the Farm
ers' yank, is bedfast with a severe
attack of the grip.
Cy Walker, Harvey Clark, Shirley
and-Hiyli'ip Childs attended a leap
year dance at Rich Hill.
The most .severe bli?zard of the
.season arrived in Butler Sunday and
the snow fell thick and fast.
Andrew Rogers died at his fume :
miles north of Pleasant Gap o-i .asl
Welnesdavl le was in his Both
V. II. VVarnock has accepted a
position with the Whitley Machine
G'lv.pauy of St. Louis as ;i traveling
I. T. 1'iiitler and Mr-,., l-'.lizabeth
Davis, were married at the parsonage
of the M. K. church, Soutii, Sunday,
Rev. 1'earce officiating.
The "new bank of Amsterdan'. in
the northwest part of the county, ,v'll
be opened it) a few- days with Cli.irUs
Klnerson, late of this city, as earlier.
Mrs. Alice Hayes, who has been
attending the Neosho College left the
last (!" the week for Chattanooga,
Teim., where she expects to enter
college and complete her education,
(1. (t. Carney and Miss li. A. .Mere
dith, of J'assaie, were married at the
bride's parents home la.st - Wednes
day evening, January kj The
young couple will make their home
at J .non, Missouri, r
Mr. A. L. Gilmore and Miss Jessie
Newberry were united in marriage oy
Rev. VV. I'. Jones at the home of tiic
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. . li.
Newberry, in Dccpwaicr township.
January 14, l8c)j,
Casper Stammen, I.. S1. J'addock. A.
I;. Fox, (ieorge Todd, John and Cy
I' i'.ton, W. II. Met ans and the Opera
1 louse saloon, have ail put up ice and
from present indication the priee to
the consumers w ill be small the com-.
iitg summer.
There was some iliJ "lerence in
prices, of clothing ,?u years ago and
no.v. A llutier firm, still in basiuess,
advertised boys' suits and overcoats
at $4.00. Men's suits and overcoats
Hoots-- :f..so and
Si .?.5
Sr.oo tc
At a meeting tt tile directors of
the Missouri State bank last Tuesday
evening the business of the institu
tion was found to he in excellent
'condition, i he following are the of
ficers elected for the ensuing year:
President, V. K. Walton; vice-president.
Hooker Powell: cashier, J. R.
Jenkins; assistant cashier, Don Kin
ney; secretary, Frank Allen; book
keepers, II.' II. Piggott and Bert
Judge David McCaughey died at
his home northeast of this city on
last" Tuesday evening of the grip.
He had been sick only a few days,
having taken to his bed on Saturday
before. . On the organi
zation of the 22nd judicial circuit in
1869 Mr. . McGaughy was appointed
judge by the governor and at the first
election thereafter he was elected to
the position. After holding it for
several years he resigned and retired
to' private practice. r-
A Livestock Shortage.
While the meat storage reports are
conclusive proof o.f the shortage of
meat animals that exists at this time
the reports ast to the movements of
live stock to markets are confirma
tion of conclusive evidence.
A shortage of meals in storage is
always preceded by a lessened move
ment of meat animals to market.
The fact that there was approximate
ly only 500,000,000 pounds of meats,
including lard, in storage on Decem
ber i, 1921, indicates that the meat
supplies of the country have been
diminished tremendously.
Reports on the movement" of live
stock to market during the month
of November, 1021, as set forth in
the Telegram recently, is even more
startling in its significance than the
storage reports, for the reason that
they indicate decreases in the sup
plies of meat animals 'on the farm,
and when the source and origin of
production are effected the finished
meat supply can not but dwindle. .
Forced liquidation, losfees in pro
duction, when production costs have
not been made, have, been the factors
in curtailing- the meat supplies of the
country. Increased runs of calves
to market at this time will further
tend to lessen the meat supply 12
months hence. The tendency to
market, calves is brought about
through the force of economic pres
sure, as the profit that can be taken
from .marketing a calf is assured,
while bis feeding to good beef, over
y a period of a year carrier with it a
11 sow m
At Farm Adjoining Town on the North
JJaunio 2(fMi
40 - Head of Tried Sows - 40
Fall Yearlings and Spring Gilts
Bred to the Peacock, The
Architect and Fs Giant For
February and March Farrow
Buy a pure bred sow now, when she will
cost only a very little more than a scrub.
We expect these sows to sell very low, qual
ity considered.
Auctioneers:Harriman, Robbins and Henry
Clerk: C. C. Masters.
Write or Telephone for Catalogue
Dinner at noon by Ladies of Drexel Christian
You are Welcome Whether
You Buy or not
Drexel, Mo.
Dependable Service
Quality Goods
John Deere Farm Implements. American Field
Fence, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Bridge and
Beach Stoves. Favorite Incubators. All kinds of
Hardware and Groceries, Bran, Shorts, Oyster
Shell. Michigan Salt. Field and Garden Seeds, etc.
Special for Next Saturday
1 bu. Box F. & F. Wine Sap Apples. $2.40
22 Bars Sunny Monday Soap $1.00
No. 2 Can Peaches in Heavy Syrup 35c
1001b Bag Granulated Cane Sugar. . . . . ,$6.25
We want your business' Either Phone 82
cctain conjectural clement, that of
wondering if there will be a profit
in the operation. -
There is a shortage of hogs in this
part of the West, although normal
East If the country is to have its
normal ration of. meats it wilt get
that normal ration through increased
production of swine. The cattle pop
ulation of the country is now to a
point where it can not be brought
back to it normal under four or five
years. In the meantime the how will
be the atandby of the ratio, u.a
meat ration, if the country ia to have
its fill of eats. Hogs have been the
only profitable animal on most
farms for the last 10 months. Drov
ers Telegram.
Mr. Walter Lee Ricketts of Am
serdam and Miss Iva H. Wolfe of
Merwin, were united in marriage at
the recorder's office last Monday.
Jndge B. F. Jeter officiating. This
couple will reside on farm near
The Time' phone number i. 37-

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