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The Butler weekly times and the Bates County record. (Butler, Mo.) 1918-1950, April 20, 1922, Image 3

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No watchful waiting in the kitchen that's equipped with a Florence Oil
Cook Stove. No fretting and worrying about slow fans and V00"'
The Florence Oil Cook Stove is ready for use day or night. Burns kerosene,
a cheap and easily obtainable fuel. No wicks to trim or dampers to adjust.
Mmi?l?i2aWand easy th keep clean. All you have to do is to touch a
Sd mat?S to the asbestos kfndler and Quyou have an intense heat
directed birpowerful burners close up under the cooking. ThfoHr
Oil Cook Stove will cook. bake, boil and broil to the Queers taste and do it
with less T care than any other stove. The heat can be regulated to quick,
medium, or gentle. -
The Florence Oil Cook Stove is very responsive. It gives an even.
steaded S be t0
Thatwhy U bakes the most delicious pies and tempting cakes; that's why
bread Tomes ifatm the Florence Portable Oven crispy crusted and why
steaks, roasts, and broils are done to a turn.
COME IN AND SEE IT
WeMOTT & IvUAJOK
BUTLER, MO.
Workmen's Bill in a Muddle.
Jefferson City, April 14. The sit
uation over workmen's compensation
legislation is becoming a deeper puz
zle to officials here every day. The
workmen's compensation act, put
through the legislature largely by the
organization of the legislative com
mittee of the state federation of la
bor, was submitted to a vote of the
people under referendum, petitions.
The validity of these petitions is now
a matter of court inquiry.
Meantime, the labor organizations,
not being satisfied with the state fed
eration of labor bill, prepared a meas
ure of their own and have submitted
it to a vote of the people under the
initiative. This is only one feature of
the puzzle, although it appear -hard
enough to cause much future trouble.
, It has been charged that the work
men's compensation bill approved by
Governor Hyde is not the measure
ANNOUNCING
The purchase of the Amoret Leader'
by the Pattees,; Prank E. and Ada May.
This "paper together with the Am
sterdam Enterprise which' they recently
: re-established enables them to cover the
; western part of Bates County in better
':- shape than it. was ever covered before.
. Not a consolidation, just the two '
papers under the one Management.
passed by the" legislature, and that an;
error was niade in enrolling the bill jj
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and teaturcs ot otner dius a"u tu-
... . .nnt h th Vcri-itafnre
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were included. If this is a fac the
measure itself is worthless, and the
courts-would hold it void, even i tae
people should adopt it.
- Card of Thanks.
We take this means of thanking our
friends and neighbors who so kindly
assisted us during our bereavement in
the loss of our husband and father.
Also for the beautiful floral offerings.
Mrs. J. M. Chambers,
and Children.
The Prairie Home school neii
Monegaw Springs, has beea closrd on
account of the prevalence of saaaR
pox in . the neighborhood. There
have been two deaths from the disease.
North Oak Grove.
-Mrs.
Henry Ritchey spent
U ednes(3av
t
evening with Mrs. J as.
J Simpson.
Mr Foster anJ chjl.
, Tuesday with Mc and
k-'ir.
Cora. Gragg spent Tuesday even-
in with Mrs. VVm. Norris.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherland spent
Thursday and Thursday night with
Mr. and Mrs. Willard West.
Mrs. Humphrey Gutridge called on
Mrs. Thomas Pierce Monday even
ing. . Miss Sadie Beard spent Monday
with Florence and Frankie Gragg.
Oak Grove school began Thursday
as the sick folks were about all right.
Archie Evans, and Willard West
were Montrose visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gragg and
daughters spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Wiggcr-
Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Dickison and
children spent Sunday with Mrs.
James Harvey.
Mrs. Josephine Stephenson has
been spending a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Stephenson.
Frances and Ffoyd Evans spent
Tuesday evening with Fern Grajfg.
Mrs. James Harvey is spenndir.y .1
few days with her daughter, Mrs.
Bernice Dickison.
Xlisa Maude Kretzinger spent Sun
day with Sadie Beard and Lola Kr:t
zinger. Mrs. Henry Bcrman spent Sunday
evening with Mrs. William Jones.
RAINDROPS
When you are inside, looking uot,
Watching raindrops dance about;
Wishing they would clear away
So you could scamper out to play
Think how the little green things
dance.
In shower bath, they laugh and
prance.
They shake their leaves, sway to Mid
' fro, -And
sad they are when the raindrops
Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment to
ioinu that ache. It relieves bone
vche. muscle t:he and'neuxalgic pain.
Three, sizes, joe, 60c and $10 per
bottler. Sold by Travis Dru2 -& Mer-
ia"C.:":-?'vr --'-,":'- Apr
Marshall Wolfe was a Butler vis
itor Tuesday.-
Mrs. J. II. O'Dca is ill of rheuma
t t.il'. Mrs. Charles McLaughlin vis-
i'td her Sunday.
C harlos W'eilm- and family spent
Sunday with K. II. Barclay and fain
iiy. '.''"'
l i'i t -W-lsun is visiting his sister,
'i's. W. M. Kice..
Carl Schuyler and family visited
rs. Schuyler's mother, Mrs. Jones,
fl Sundav. "
- Fluyd Whitfield spent Tuesday
niht with Uohcrt Snyder.
ieo. McCarthy spent Sunday with
l ome folks.
Mrs. George Hendry is reported ill.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Rose and fam
ily spent Sunday with Joseph Sail
ford and family.
Henry Whitfield left Wedcsday for
K; nsas City, where he will take up a
1'i'Mtion as carpenter. .
l-.dson Snvder went to Kich Hill
St.nday.
I .!sUt Sunday Mrs. Ruby O'Dca
.Vc-iYird, teacher of the Passaic grade
srlii.nl, took her pupils to a picnic in
1! ' woods on the Webb Shelby farm,
i lie parents of the children were iu-v'tt-d.
The day was spent in-playing
rami's, kodaking and fishing. At the
noon hour a sumptuous dinner was"
s( rved. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Rush and daughter,
l.'lith Loreue, Mr. and Mrs.. Henry
Whitfield and son, Floyd, Mr. and
Mrs. C. li. Henley and sons, Harold
and Herman, June Weir, Helen
N'obzle, Ethel Bysom, Goldie Russell,
Gere McLaughlin, David Rosier,
John Shelby, Jloley Alkire, Mrs. Ed
son Snyder and daughters, " Dorothy
Louise and Mrs. Geo. Hendry, John
H, .O'Dca ami daughter, Allcen,
Claude Fran sham, Robert Snyder,
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Mefford, Iona
ltysont and Edwin Rosier and the
I'utch Twins.
Doyle Beckett left for Kansas City
one day last week where he will
take up a position as clerk' in ' the
shoe . department of Peck's store.
Ames Conway spent Sunday with
he Charles Jenkins family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilcox were trad
ing in Passaic Wednesday.
Mrs. Henry Whitfield called on
Mrs. T. P. Green, Wednesday.
Mrs. Charles McLaughlin and Mrs.
J D. Ketron were shopping in But
ler Saturday.
Miss Mildred Morris spent Satur
day and Sunday with Misses Lily
ai.d Jessie Russell.
Mr. Webb Shelby called on Mrs.
F.dson Snyder Thursday.
Fat Brown spent Easter with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Brown.
Mrs. A. C. Rosier and son, Vincent,
were trading in Passaic Tuesday.
For sar'e A saddle mare. For par
ticulars see 1.. II. O'Dea.
Stanley Jenkins was a county seat
visitor Tuesday.
Harry Bown spent Sunday night
with Reuben and John Xoble.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bysom and son,
Clyde, were visiting in Butler Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jenkins spent
Easter with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ket
ron.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Gragg spent
Sunday with Mrs. J. M. Chambers.
Jerome Brandon spent Sunday with
Ray Newell and family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Reedy visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
O'Dea Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walls were
cottunty seat visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Beckett, Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Beckett ' and children,
Orval and Setma, Mrs. Provie Howe
spent Easter with Albert Poison and
children, Bessie and Delbcrt.
THE DUTCH TWINS.
Was McAdoo the Cause?
Washington, April 15. Ex-President
Wilson's letter repudiating the
message given to the New York Dem
ocratic dinner by Joseph P. Tumulty
and the consequent break between Mr.
Wilson and his long-time devoted sec
retary, is pegarded here by some
Democratic leaders as certain indica
tions that William G.. McAdoo is
planning to become a candidate for
the Democratic presidential nomina
tion in 1924.
Mr. Wilson's repudiation of the
message to the Jefferson day banquet
was actuated, in the opinion of leading
Democrats, not because of the word
ing of the message delivered by Mr.
Tumulty, as coming from Wilson, but
because of the impression created that
it was an indorsement for the re-nom-inatipn
of James M. Cox.
Mr. Wilson, his friends say, fs not
for Cox for another nomination and
doer lean favorably toward the nom
ination of his son-in-law and former
secietary of the treasury, 'who was
ruiiner-up to Cox at San Francisco in
1920.'- Party leaders insist McAdoo is
maneuvering 'quietly for the nomina
tion and this was one of the reasons
for the recent removal of his resi
dence from New York to California.
rThe'Times phone number is- 37
Get the habit of caUingjip.'
TURKISH IT ft ll
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THIRTY YEARS AGO
April 20, 1892.
Hon. Thos. J. Smith returned this
week-from Hot Springs much im
proved in health.
.Stewart Atchison and brother, of
Deepwater. were in the city Saturday
and favored us with a cail
Dr. J. W. Lowrey i now located in
the offices formerly occupied by Dr.
Walls, over the Boston Store.
W. lL4Jupp has moved h's paint
shop to the rear of the Gordinicr bat
her shop, where he can be four.d at all
times.
Rice it Harper are having the Rey
nolds building overhauled and as soon
as completed will move their drug
store there. '
.Veil Forrest closed the revival
meetings at the Ohio streit M. E.
church Wednesday night. There
were Q conversions during the meet
ing. G. W. Hale, who has beeu iu poor
health for some time, left last week
for Leavenworth to enter the soldiers'
home. He was accompanied by A. L.
McBride.
Mrs. J. L. Ludwick took her de
parture one day last week for Day
ton, Wash., where she will join her
husband and make that place their
future home.
In our announcement column will
be found the name of the sterling
Democrat, L. S. Paddock, who is a
candidate for the Democratic nomim
tlon for sheriff.
T. L. Harper, of this county, is a
cr.ididate for railroad commissioner,
and papers throughout this part f
the country are promising him their
earnest support.
It will be quite a surprise to Dr.
Walls' friend in this city to learn
HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED
Lawn Mowers
Washing Machines
Garden Tools, Garden Sids
Screen Wire, Screen Doors
Refrigerators, Oil Stoves
DeLaval Separators
Favorite Incubators
' John Deere Farn? Implements
Soaps and Cleansers
. Good Things to Eat
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Let us fill your next order.
We Want
O. A. HEINLEIN MERC. CO
Either Phone 82
SPECIALS NEXT SATURDAY
Mixed Candy
i-a lb box Copper Rivets
.Union Leader Smoking Tobacco
one-eleven
cigarettes
Three FHendtt
tjeimemen
BURLEV
FIFTEEN
In a new package that fits the pocket
At a price that fits the pocket-book
The same unmatched blend of
Turkish. Virginia and Burley Tobaccos
ff1 FIFTH AVE.
NW VOMI cm
that he has bought a drug store at
Pendleton, Ore., and that he will re
move to that city in the near future.
Pleasant Gap Musing: The Pleas
ant Gap school close last Tuesday.
Miss Mellor, the teacher, wasi from
Montrose and this was her second -year
at Peasant Gap. Miss May
Burrows is teaching the Orchard
Grove school this spring.
Loyal Sons.
The Loyal Sons Bible Class had by
far the best meeting of the year at
the Easter services Sunnday morning
held at the Circuit Court room. Fifty-six
members were present, being a
material increase over last Sunday's
attendance. -"N
The teacher, H. O. Maxey, de
livered a splendid address on the
resurrection and was highly appreciat
ed by the entire audience. The or
chestra' rendered several appropriate'
pieces and Herbert . We Molt favored
the class with an excellent solo.
A musical committee has been ap
pointed and it is the object of the
crass to have a good musical program
everv Sunday. The class contest for
uu nibership is progressing fine and
several new members are added to the
list each Sunday.
A good program has been arranged
for next Sunday and a full attendance
is desired. May 14th the class will
observe Mothers Day and no one
should miss this service.
Everybody is invited to these ser
vices. Publicity-Committee.
CHAS E. POWERS, If. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office 212 Farmers Bank Bldg.
Phones Office 21; Residence, 206
BUTLER, MO.
Evidence of expansion of the Ford
Mctors company to meet increased
production was found Saturday in the
announcement that two new 50-ton
electric blast furnaces wouM be
rushed to completion at the River
Rouge plant this summer.
Your Business
Butler, Mo.
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