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THE DAYLIGHT STORE
ADITORIAL v This Store has always had the reputation of selling HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE, with a guarantee of entire satisfaction or money back. Wo invite you to compare our prices, at all times, on standard merchandise and you will be convince Jihat WE SAVE YOU MONEY, our competitors recognize us as leaders in value giving. Why 'not you? REVISED PRICER GOOD UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE RENFREW DEVONSHIRE CLOTH - 3a inches wide, fast 'colors. ........ ,30c yd PEPPERELL SHEETING 9.4 Bleached, yd A'c ' MEDIUM GRADE SHEETING 9-4 Bleached, yd 33C L L UNBLEACHED MUSLIN . 36 inch, good quality, yd. ." 9 HOPE MUSLIN ' Special, yard 1? i-ac EVERETT SHIRTING 'Plain and Stripes, yd... ......ia i-ac STEVENS ALL LINEN CRASH 18 inch Toweling, yard oc BEST TABLE OIL CLOTH Plain and Fancies, yd a5c CURTAIN MARQUISETTES White, Ecru and Figured, yd . . . $c We Lower price for 1922 at Blacks. M. C Wilcox and son, Clyde, of Kansas. City, sjent Easter Sunday in this city. Rev, R. -M- Shelton, of Independ ence, filled his regular appointment at the Pleasant 'Gap church Sunday. O. B. Stapleton, "the east side jew eler, attended an optometrist conven tion in Kansas City the first of the ; Jack McClelland came down from Kansas City and spent Easter in this city with his mother., Mrs. W. B. Cat terlin. - Give nature a chance, ake Tan lac,, nature's own- medicine. C. C. Rhodes. . Miss LizzieRoss, of the Republican Press, -spent Sunday in Kansas City at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lele Sackctt. Lower price fur 19 at Blacks. Miss Jessie Ray, who has a posi tion as teacher in the Kansas City public schools, visited home folks in this city over Easter. .. Best grade Overalls, $1,3$. V WaJker-McKibbejB Merc, f Mr. Zola Aisled came down from Kansas City the last of the week for a few days ('isit with her . parents. Mr. annd Mrs. J. l uanter: t JC. Vantrces, who has been spend ing the past week la this city with his brother, C. Vantrces, has returned tto his homejn Kansas City. .Miss Bunton Wood was down from Kansas City Sunday for a short visit kh her sisters. Mrs.- Mande Rein- fcefcner and Mrs. Robt. J. Smithy v jfeaiher Mixed Silk Hose. $i-8. . Walker-McKibben Merc C. Mr juid Mrs. E. H. Casebolt, of Kansas Cy, spent a few days in th's C'ty test week , visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C C- Swarens. ' Miss Anna Belle Campbell, who is student at the Missouri S$ate Teach ers cote ' at ,. Warrensburg. "spent her Easter vacation in this city-ith boert folks. -.'-V1- ".- ' . r r'wMi aamaancr Of u , nM f-j 40 INCH CREPEKNIT SILK All Colors, yard $3 25- 45 INCH IMPORTED ORGANDIES Permanent Finish, yard .75c TOILE DU NORD KINGHAMS 3a inches wide, yard 39 TRILL DU NORD GINGHAMS 27 inches wide, yard 16 i-ac APRON CHECK GINGHAM 3a inches wide, yard ia i-ac MEN'S HEAVY WORK SHIRTS , Full Cut, all sizes 65c MEN'S BEST OVERALLS aao Weight .v $1.35 CHILDREN'S OVERALLS Age a to 8 $1.00 MEN'S KNIT UNION SUITS Short Sleeves, Long Legs ISC Lead Others Follow AMERICAN CLOTHING QUALITY CORNER Arenas Extra good Army Shoe, $4 5 Walker-McKibben Merc Co. Miss Mary Braden, a teacher in the Kensington school in Kansas City, was an Easter visitor ?tt the home of Ikt parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, L. -Braden. on East Dakota street. Walter Foster, .a .student .at Drury college, Springfield, spent his Easter vacation in this city with his parents, Dr. and Mrs.- T. W. Foster, He re turned to Springfield -Monday moru irg. , Mr. Gilbert Baker returned to her home at llarrisonville Sunday night after spending a few days here at the' home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ionian lleiisley, -on South Main street. : cw.. 4. . .1- .- -i ' .'11113, fpi-iiu, S'-V. 1 $J.oS. Let us show you. Blacks. Miss Rachel Tingle has returned from Independence, Kansas," where she was called some time ago by the serious illuess of .an aunt, Mrs. Mary Ash. Mrs. Ash died Wedneday of lat week. ' . If the people who .have .taken Tan lac were to form a line of march in single file, this grand army would reach clear across the American Con tinent from iew York to San Fran ciieo ami extend over .3,000 miles in to the. Pacific Ocean. C. C. .Rhodes. Our eood friend Mrs. J.. L. AfcKin- ley, of Hudson townsliip remembered us this week with a box of fine Dahlia most successful growers of ,old fash ioned flowers in- southwest Missouri and each year the demand fox her bubs far exceeds the supply. ' John B. Stewart, oldest son of H. A. Stewart, and Mary Lee Morland.1 buth popular Urich folk, were married at Clinton Tuesday night, April nth. We understand they went to Kansas City Wednesday morning and after a tew days visit win ie ai nome 111 Urich. We wish them all happiness. Urich Herald. ' , .The Times good friend T. S. Grims ley, of the west part of the county, was in town Saturday and found time to make this office s call. He took the noon train for- Harrison ville, lm km had -- fcaoT ealfcd ' br the a relative. Hr Grimsley 1 ri Bates , cor-tv-f all ' ' ; ' ' ; " t HOUSE Splendid Bargains in Room Rugs. Walker-McKibben Merc. C . W. IF. Miller, who lives northeast of tewn on the Burda farm was in tin: city Tuesday and dropped into The '1 i:nes office and had his name en rolled as a subscriber. Mr. Miller says that the present outlick for the fanicrs of Bates county i.s rather discouraging on accouilt of the wet spring as very little plowing lias lueu dune. Men's Union Suits, 95c. $1.-25 and ?'-!5. Buy your wants at Blacks. J W'. .Whipple who for "several years was manager of the Armour plant at Clinton and who i'eft there to be with Armour house in. Chicago, has opened a wholesale prudii-.'e house in Moiiett, this State. He will make his home there, his familv Ikh - ing already arrived thee, says tile j Henry County Democrat Mr. Whip pie was a county. former resident of tiiU Lower price for H)J at Blacks. Mrs. C. ().' Blake and daughter, Miss Lena, went to Kansas City Tnc day for a visit with relatives. Mrs. C. W. Maddox was called t" Kansas City flic last of the week by the news of the death of a brother, X. E. Falkner. Rev. J. B. Clyde, of the Presl.j tcrian church attended the state spring meeting of the Presbytery he'd il! Kansas City the first of the week, T L Beach was in Kallsas .Cit y a meeting of held at the optometrists which Baltimore hotel. was . Voung Men's New Spring Suits, Caps, Hats and Oxfords at Blacks. Miss Kathryn Roderick, county nicmonstration agent, returned Von-1 day fsm Manhattan, Kansas, where ' S. she had been spnding a few days withlo home folks. Mrs. F. L. Gench, of Ft. Scott. Kansas, is a guest at the home of u- if t 17 c :.u nr.. VI BVUI, Kill- J. illltll. ?. C-.1. u V t. .u 1. 1.1 ' Smith has been in rather poor health . ... . t , . 1 for the past tew weeks. ' . I .- I : T. M. Hampton, who "was elected P-Ttfif judffc; at the recent city .elec-! lion, has decided aot to' qualify for j the office ss be camiot afford t.i , -1. - in-,w,v if. 1 , . Tto ,ook. V ".'ti;- i. ' . Lower price for 1932 at Blacks.; Mrs. Ed Ualton, of Tulsa, Okla homa, has returned to her home after a visit in this city at the home of her father, J. K. Mulse, and with oth er relatives, Mrs. CM- Burrows, of Salt Lake City, Utah, arrived1 the first of the week for a visit with her mother, Mrs. M. .Smith, and brother, Harley Smith, at the Inn. Boys Knickerbocker Pants, 75c, 95c and $1.50. Get a pair at Blacks. Sunday night, as Walton Cruts iugcr. and fami'.v were returning from 1'iit.cr their Ford sedan caught fire and was completely destroyed. The loss is covered by insurance. Adrian lournal. Men's Work Shirts 60c, 70c and 90c. Lay in your summer supply. Blacks. Mrs. Lewis Swarens - and sister, Mjss Irene Coleman, went to Holden Sm;day for a visit with relatives. Miss Irene is still btdy crippled as. the result of an automobile accident in Kansas City some-time ago. The Model Grocery store, J L. Zw ahlen, proprietor, is looking mighty fine in its new spring dress; In other words the paper hangers and painters have completely redecorated the interior, and it's "Still Clean." Mrs. C. C. Oliver and childjen, of Ft. Scott, Kannsas, spent a few days in the city last week as guests of Mrs. Uattie Scott Smith. The Olivers were formerly residents of this city, Mr. Oliver being a conductor on the Inter-State. Mrs. Laura Rich and lier grini- daughter, M.iss Lora Rich, of Bunnell, Florida, who have bcen visiting rel atives in and near Butler, left Wednes day for Trenton, Missouri, where t'.iey are spending a few days at the homo of Chester Rich. - Girls Gingham Dresses on sale 75c. Walker-McKibben Merc. Co. The Monday morning's Kansas City papers carry an account of -the wed ding of Miss Eunice Yeoinans, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Yeomans, of this city," and Mr. Jesse Moritz, of Kansas City. The ceremony was sol emnized at Kansas City Sunday. Boys Blacks. Newest Suits and Shoes, Xewton Brauuoek, of Kansas Cuy, Kansas, was called here last week by the serious illness of his father- Rob ert Brannock, who was suffering from a severe atti.ck of the influenza .with complications, which on account of his advanced age was quite serious. Children ' I'lii'inalls ;u Blacks. Elmer Keenc, of near Ballard, and Miss Rena V'aiue, of Hudson, were unhid in marriage in this city Wednesday afternoon by Uev. J. B. Clyde at the Presbyterian manse 01: South Delaware street. Both these j rs .uli,w ;U young people are well known andjllonu, on Xor(h WaU,r Mm,( jn popular iu- n.e east pan 01 uie woiuu, wncre iney nave many irieiuis who I wish them all joy in their married life. I i hey will re.-ide 011 a farm near i Ballard. Work Straw llat 15c up. Blacks. Butler folks had to get along a few I ('ays last week without a single d.'ii i tist as Dr. T. W. Arnold, T. K. j Arnold, J. T. lliul and T. J.. Shad- burne were attending the Tri-St.ite I Dental association meeting in Kansas City. There. were delegates pre-icut from Missouri, Kansas and Oklahom 1 and some very interesting and profit able discussions were bad and the rewest things in dentistry explained and demonstrated by specialists. ' Beautiful new Wash Bi'ouses. Walker-McKibben Merc. Co. The merchants and business men of tt'ch Hill have organized a .business men's club with John A. Connelly pnsident and Geo. II. Dowell, secre tary. The puiposc of the new or ganization, says the Review, is to li ok after the best bu.-dness interests of the city, extend the trade territory of the city and be a business booster generally. It is planned to give a monthly luncheon at which time the members will interchange ideas. Xew style Patent Leather Strap Pumps, -$6.oo. Walker-McKibben's. Miss Vivian Wolfe, daughter of K. Wolfe, of this city, was a member the debating team which repre- isentcd Central College, of Fayette, in I a debate with Culver-Stockton college : last week. The question was: "That ' tlf Kansas Industrial Court Plan of . ,. , . , , . . '''"ing Industrial Disputes Should be ...... , . Tt K. 0. . Adopted by the United States Gov- . , , . eminent" Miss Wolfe had the af- fiHnative side of the question and the t'im composed of herself and Miss Godfrey prere declared the winners.. "u """ a 1 ' j TtrH 4fengtheii. the nere and bra theormaf tate otJMaJA tbr v,r"H4ftt-iet!-'i-r- aaf '--' --"-.-" Children who have worms are pale, sickly and peevish. A dose or two o: White's Cream Vermifuge will cUxr them otft and restore rosy .'cheeks and cheerful spirits. Price, 35c. Sold by Travis Drug & Mercantile Co. Apr Misses' Dorothy Cannon, Edna Ktinn, Mildred Silvers and Agnes Walker, students at Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Missouri, spent Kat-t.,- va..:itmnc i., fills ' ritv ' with home folks. Call at Fisher s' Electric Shop for all kinds of electrical supplies. ;6-tf Telephone jo.'. There will be services at the Pleas ant Gap Baptist churclT next Sunday, April . 23. H. O. Moore, Field Sec retary and Evangelist o fthe Butler Baptist Association, will preach both morning and evening. Have you seen the new Chinchilla Coats ?""Valker-McKibben's. The revival meetings at the Pleas ant Prayer Baptist church (colored) here closed Sunday after a very suc cessful series of meetings conducted by Rev. O. E. Johnson, of Spring field. Several conversions were se cured and members feel that the church has been greatly benefitted by these meetings. Rev. Johnson, who is an eloquent and. persuading talker, preached Sunday at the first Baptist church. Thejneetings were financed by friends of the church, both white and colored. ' Rev. Gatcwood, of In dependence, assisted Rev. Johnson last week. The mild cathartic action of Her bine is well iked by ladies. It puri fies the svstem without ermine or sickening the stomach. Price, 60c. Sold by Travis Drug & Mercantile Co. . Apr The Printers to Play (?) Ball. The printers of Butler have or ganized a baseball team and are out with a challenge to play any team in town. So far the bovs have had no practice and say that they will dis pense with the usual workout and save themselves for the games. Tink Ellis, perahps some of the old timers will remember him, will do the pitching, and link is, or was, some pitcher. Leno Morgan will be on Abe receiving end of the battery and when Me wears hiniscll out chasing passcu balls his son, Beno, Jr., will relieve h:ni. inv team wanting a game will He accommodated by the printers. I' His is putting great stress, on his iiuv ball, which he has dubbed the "wrong font," which he claims is in the wrong place at the right time. Some of the members of the team are not now actively engaged in pril ling, but the employing printers of the city insist that they are as much entitled to the designation as thoe v.h.. are sticking type. Mrs. Aaron Badgley Dead. her this y SlIIU,aj. n,onlingi April 16th, al ter an extended illness that was not regarded as serious until within the last few days. She was born in Indiana - March -'. 1K5.-I, but had for many years been a ii's'dent of this city, where she was universally loved and esteemed. Sli.' I leaves to mourn her loss a husband j .''Hi; a sister. Mrs. l.ula Frye, of Kau i sas City, as weli' as 11n1uuuber.il j frimds. l utieral services conducted by Jev i.ewi.s is.eeie, were neiu at me nome Monday afternoon and interment made in Oak Hill cemetery. The First Baptist Church. One block north of square. T. C. Braminer, pastor, Kes. 50J X. Delaware. Phone 106. S. S. Teachers and officers prayer inciting 9:15. S. S., 9:30. J. V.. Zwahlcn, Supt. Morning Warship, "The Power of Grace," (The Survival of the Unfit) Sermon u., livening Service, "Impossible Silence.' Prayer meeting Wednesday, April 26th, "The Christian Use of Money," by J. B. Walton. ' Beacon Lights: "Let your light shine; never mind your neighbor's. Elizabeth D. Preston. " Christian Science Society. Corner Ft. Scott and Delaware Streets. " 10.no a. in. a Sunday School is held with classes for all under twenty years of age. '- 1 1 :oo a. m., morning service. . Subject, April ja, "Probation After Death." . - 730 p. m. Wednesday, Testimonial t'ervice. The Reading Room at the church building f open Saturday from S.-00 to $xhH. m. . -' --""- All are cordially invited to visit the Readirj Er- and t attend the t-f- Daugherty Visit Didn't Help. Indianapolis, April 14. Attorney General Daugherty s visit to the seat of union activities in America's mine war injured the situation rather than helped it," strike -leaders said today. "Additional confusion" was created by the attorney general's visit, de clared William E.-Green, secrelary- : treasurer I ...... of the United Alive Work- Officially none of the union c;iic!J would interpret Daugherty's warning, against mine owners and miners com bining in future wage - negotiations. Unofficially, however, it was regard ed as a blow at the check-off" system of collecting union dues, which is mentioned in the indictments as the instrumentaiity of an unlawful 'com bination. Will Graduate. 700. . Tr . . , . , ...mi .Nearly seven minureu stuaenis wm be graduated from the University of Missouri this spring when the exer cises are held the last of this monthr President J. C. Jones of the Univer sity says. Of the 6S3 candidates for degrees, the largest number, 177, are seeking the degree of bachelor . of arts, 7 applications) are for master of arts, 62 for bachelor of science in agriculture, 44 for bachelor of science in business administration, 15 for bachelor of journalism, four for bach-elor-f science in public administra tion, 53 for bachelor of science in en gmeerin, five for doctor of philos ophy, 34 for doctor of laws, and four for the degree of mechanical engin eering. R. N. A. Pie Supper. Carnation Camp Royal Neighbors of America held a pie supper at the Woodmen and Knights of Ladies llalls Monday night. A large crowd was present and a general good time was enjoyed by all present. A short program was rendered co sisting of speeches and musical selec tions. After the program the auction sale of pies took place under the di rection of. Col. C. E. Robbins and a good sum was realized from the sale. Coffee was, served in addition to the pies. After the supper a dance was held at the Woodman Hall and a large number participated in the festivities. It was ..one of the best entertain ments ever given by the local' camp. Butler Band to Cody "Round Up." The Butler Concert Hand will go tc Cody, Wyo., to participate in the an imal "Round Up" and "Great Stam pede" if satisfactory arrangements can be made. An inquiry was received 'bv the band this week asking if a band of twelve to fifteen pieces could be sent to par ticipate in the great western classic. . The invitation was transmitted through W..T. llorron, an old Bates county boy and a tentative acceptance was w u ed by the band. Ohio Street M. E. Chinch. Seh, 0:30. Morning Subject, Lord's." Leagues at ";on. Evening .subject, II. A "The Earth is thf "Finding Mys Mitchell, Paste :lf." Virginia News. Mr. and Mrs. . 1). W.lir, of Kan-sa-. C ity spent I'aster with his mother, Mrs. I'eila Wolfe and family. Miss Lulu Bedwell was a guest of Miss Thehna Craven Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. McCannT Miss Maggie MeCann ami Miss Irene Eu bank of Butler visited Easter with Mi. and Mrs. Euhauk and family of near Amorct. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reming and fam il; spent Sunday wilh'C. C. Fleming and wife. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. I son visited with their sou, Ligc lson Sunday. Mr. (1 f a... ..,.. ; here helping to care-for her mother, who is very sick. Mrs. C. A. Liisk and little daugh ter left Sunday evening to visit with-' her mother. George Brayton spent Sunday with' hU uncle, E. Brayton, of AmoWt. Mr. and. Mrs. Alex Woods visited at the J. C. Wclliver home Easter. THE OLD MAID. ' Cornland and Athol The . Marais ' des Cygnes ri'cr, whidi has been all over the bot'ems for a week, is falling rapidly and the people who were forced to aba idoiu their homes are moving back agaifl Miss Maude Motgan left Monday inr Johnstown. Cilorado to sil her skter, Mrs. Elmer Rowden. - T. J. Haner-made a business trip N'evada the last of the week. Mrs. Dora Krause and little daugh ter. Mary, who have been visiting at the. home of Mr: and Mrs. Dave Lind ly, left last week for Chicago. jMrs. H. J. McClintipand Xisal' Sylvia Vaughn spent Thursday after -mt- nrfch lira. Jita Tyarri-- J '