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Tb Butler Weekly Times
- ANO THC MTIt COUNTY RECORD -TitoWl oa Thuraday ol each wMk OBT. D. ALLEN Edlur and Mgr Katarad at tba Poit office of Butler, Mo. acond-daa mall matter. $1.50 PER YEAR Thursday, Nov. 9, 192$ GENERAL NOTES Announcement h$B been made that Messrs. Harper & MeDill, publishers of the El Dorado Springs Register, will soon start a paper at Roekville, the name of which will be the Roekville Rec ord, te Roekville has been with out a paper for some time doubt less the newcomer will be warm ly welcomed by the folks of that community. Three girls were killed, three more are reported dying and about a dozen were taken to hos pitals injured dangerously, after a fire broke out in a celluloid factory on East Thirteenth street, New York, Friday afaernoon and the flames had enveloped the 3 storv building. C. L. .Anderson must serve the rest of his. 'life' lots the larceny of The Alabama supreme court has affirmed the sentence' of the Jefferson County circuit court. Anderson was charged with highway robbery, it being al leged that he held up Franklin McFaehern" in Birmingham and forced him to surrender all 'the. money in his pocket. . Delayed kick in home-brew ami moonshine rendered ' Pougli keepsie's, N.Y., sewer system a wreck Thursday A month ago Sheriff Davis poured a largo quantity of beer, mash, wine and 'white mule" down a manhole'. Late Thursday the mixture, which had failed to drain away, blew up, rocking the river front for blocks, and eausing several thousand dollars' damage. Walter L. Cohen negro Repub lican politician, was appointed Saturday by' President Harding as comptroller of customs at New Orleans, one of the most lucra tive federal-offices in the South. The salary is .I.ODO annually. Cohen assumes the position held by Maj. A. W. Xewlin, known be fore the new tariff act went into effect as the naval otl'ieer or Hie port, of New Orleans. August Dorchy, 'deposed vice president of dislrirt 11, United Mine Workers, must serve his term in. the Cherokee County. Kansas, jail for violating the in dustrial court law. The supreme court Saturday affirmed the ver dict of the jury. Dorchy was convicted with Alexander llowat of violating the industrial court law in Cherokee County when they called a strike without sub mitting the controversy to the la bor tribunal. , Thomas Nelson Page, formerly ambassador to Italy and noted author, died of heart diisease Thursday afternoon at his an cestral home, Oakland, where he was born, near Beaver Dam, in Hanover County, Virginv. lie" was walking in the garden with his sister-in-law, Mrs. Roswell Page, when he suddenly col lapsed. He was carried into the house and medical aid was sum moned, hut he died within a few minutes, lie was 09 years old. Billy Sunday, jr. son of the famed evangelist and alleged dis turber of Hollywood's peace and quiet, was still missing Satur day. A man giving' and insist ing upon the name of G. N. Stev ens .appeared with Sunday's at torney and pleaded not guilty to the charge of conducting a bois terous night entertainment at the Sunday home, however. Stevens' hearing was set for Nov. 22, when four naval officers, also of the party,, will appear. Search warrants have been issued for . 1 J" . I A mree women oi me party. "' A blanket of human hair, wov en from the shorn tresses of a Polish woman, has been received by Secretary Hoover as an ex pression of gratitude- for his ef forts toward ianune reiiei in Poland. The blanket, which is font five feet in lenrth bv four in width, is light brown in color and consists of a loose mesh of eoarae woolen fiber closely inter anTMi with strand of human fcair. la the center is a 'design abnng ' a saamrock. jit, fAAil a K ti IsA iiUUf CI la uuuciofvvu w w w undecided as to what - nse to make of the gift;- Fred ll7"Wcodruff, Fulton, N. Y., laborer, traded his wife to Grover Coant, teamster, for a 1911 Ford car, according y to a signed statement filed with an Oswego lawyer and declared to have been signed by Woodruff, his wife and Coant. After Coant and Mrs. Woodruff had lived to gether for some time a former nwner of the car appeared and demanded Woodruff pay a $40 mortgage on the machine, which he had given Coant, according to police. Woodruff couldn't pay and had to give up the car. Aim-,, than t).000.000 will be spent to elect a new British par-, liament. Election expenses to be j borne by the government will to- tal $1,000,000. It is estimated; the candidates will . spend 3,-'. 000,000 more. Campaign expen-i ditures are rigidly restricted by' law. In a county constituent no candidate may spend more than. 7 pence per voter about 13 ..outs In a borousrh a candidate' must not spend more than " . pence per voter less man t iu cents a head. .Mrs. Catherine Rosier Friday was aetpiitted by the jury hi Philadelphia' which -tried her for killing Miss Mildred Geraldine. Reckitt, her husband's stenog rapher, and soon afterward was freed of the indictment charging her with killing her husband, Oscar Rosier, at the same time. As the foreman pronounced the words "not guilty," the 22-year-old defendant uttered a piercing shriek and fainted. She -was carried from' the courtroom 'hy her chief counsel, John R. K. Scott, and a, court officer, but was revived quickly. (Jen. Francisco Murguia, the rebel leader, was put to death by. a firing squad at 9 o'clock Thurs day morning at Tepehauntes. Durango, Mexico, after a brief eourlmartial, it was announced from . the presidential offices. Murguia, the announcement said, met death calmly. Surprised by. federal forces while asleep in a liny room behind the high altar of "the Catholic church at Tepe hauntes, Murguia, a former fol lower of President Carranza. and one of the most persistent of President Obregon's enemies, was given a hasty court-martial stud sentenced to pay the penalty of death. 25 ARE KNOWN DEAD IN MINE; HOPE FOR REST 14 Taken Out With Severe In juries ; 55 Missing May bs Alive. Spanglcr, I'a., Nov. li. Fifty five of the ninety-four miners who went down jnto the Keilly nine of the Reilly Coal company here this morning, a few minutes before the workings were torn iv an explosion, were unaccounted for when the rescue crews came up' the shaft at H o'clock tonight.- Twenty-tive, they saiel, have been killed and fourteen have been taken to a tiospitul badly hurt." Hope that some of the niissiug men still are alive was reflected in reports which eauie to the sur face that a brattice, huilt otonl timbers by the miners after Hhe explosion, cut off a part of No. " heading. to the left of the main entry. "Look behind this wall nal been burned in a smooth place on a timber by an acytelene lamp. Knowing that experienced min ers would take every means to. help their rescuers, this startling sentence was taken to mean that the men still are alive. But no attempt was made to tear down the brattice for tho main entries were filled with gas and United States bureau of mine engineers feared that such a course would send the deadly poison to where the men, already weakened by the hours of anxie ty and unprotected by oxygen helmets, may be hidden. They hope in a short time to have the entries cleared of gas when, they said, the brattice would be demolished. They de termined npon this course after one of their canary birds, taken with them from Pittsburgh, had died in the foul air. Kennedy, "Quail Hunter" Out- law Kills. Wittenberg, Mo., Nov. 3. Jack Kennedy, the "quail hunt er," no to nous Kansas City train robber, and Harvey Logan, form erly a railroad man were shot and killed early today by offi cers after they had robbed a mail You Know It pays to buy good goods. ' They are cheaper in the end. Better looking while yon are using them Last longer. That is why we handle only good goods as we are not only selling. Merchandise, bat SATIS FACTION. Munsinwear for all the Family men, women, boys, girls, infants cotton, wool, silk 15c to $450 ' Wayne Knit Hosiery women's , cotton, lisle, wool, silk and silk wool. Men's socks cotton lisle, silk wool, 25c to $1.00 Children's Pony hose cotton or lisle, 30c to 50c TopsylSchool Hose 25c pr Bradley Sweaters Men, women, children Brad leys are the best made, better styles and colorings and good qualities of yarn only used in "their manufacture, the prices are more reasonable than the nameless kind Beautiful Bradley Scarfs Warner's Rust Proof Corsets Everyone guaranteed not to rust, break or tear $1 to $10 Our corsetierre will fit you if you wish , H & P Kid Gloves, Buckskin Gloves, Knit Gloves Women's Lace Bertha Collars Fine Woolen Middies $4-98 to $7.50 Skinners Warranted Sateen, Chinchilla Satin, Krepe Kanton Satin back Canton, Crepe de Chine, etc., all over lace black and colors ; Fine" Woolen Serges $1 to $2.50 Fine wide all wool Tricotine $2.98 yard Fine wide Poriet Twill $3.50 yd Middy Flannel, wide $1.98 yd Renfrew, Bates, Amoskeog Ginel-frrs licm 19cto38cyd Table Damask 75c to $3.48 Choice lot Remnents at reduced prices Table Linen Sets, single and double linen Special value in 50c Huck Towels with pretty borders 39c Heavy yard wide Outing 25c 27-inch wide Outing 18c White Outings 15c to 35c Percales 18c, 20c 25c 36-in. Comfort Cretonne 20c yd Extra good 3-pound stitched Batting 98c Men's best No. 20 Denim Overalls for $1.35 Men's best $1 Blue Work Shirts for 85c Men's extra good Duck Coats slicker lined all through $5 Boys' Duck Coats $3 Boys ''best Army Shoes $3 50 to $4.50 Boys High Top Shoes Men's special value Army Shoe $4.85 Beacon Falls Rubber Boots the highest quality $4 to $5 pair Kewpie Twins School and . Dress Shoes I When you want good mer chandise come and see us. We do not sell any other kind and have only one price which is the lowest. Walker-McKibben's The Quality Store car on a southbound Frisco pas senger train. The stolen mail, about one hundred registered let tors, as recovered. Six postoffice inspectors, three Frisco special agents and two deputy sheriffs of Scott county were waiting near the scene of the robbery, which had been an ticipated through previous obser vation of Kennedy's movements. Kennedy and his companions were making for their motor car with the stolen mail when or dered bythe officers to halt. The bandits reached for their weapons according to the inspec tors and the latter opened fire. Kennedy has been called the "Quail Hunter," since he was ar rested several years ago in Kan sas City on suspicion of being im plicated in a robbery and ex plained the possession of a sawed off shot gun and a big revolver by saying he "was going quail banting.'.' f . ... 2?" SPORT COATS Plaid backs, colored, backs, double faced, chamois lined, some Fur Trimmed. DRESSY COATS Velours, Heather Cloths, Trimmed Models, Satin lined, etc. Some fur trimmed. A won derful lot for $25.00. i" i Exclusive Agents Ballard Breezes. AW had a fine shower hist week. j Clifford find (iladys Fisher 'spent Sunday evening with .Mr. Ed McCoy.' i Miv Mini Airs, l'civv Winegard- j nor spent the week end with .Mrs. Dolly Hay. , Air. and Airs, .lake Kedigh and family visited witili relatives near Urieh Sunday evening. Ross McCoy is better at this writing. Mr. uid Mrs. Dick Andrews gave a, masquerade party Satur day night,- Refreshments of pie, cake and candy were served. Everybody reported a fine time. Mr. and Mrs. (J. C. Fisher spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wainscott. Be sure you don't forget the big carnnival at Ballard high school Saturday night, Nov. 11. Watch for the parade glori ous, glittering, entrancing,- a wonderful treat, charming both eye and ear. Saturday after noon rain or shine. Cajoling, cadaverous, costly, curious, cun ning clowns. Don't fail to se3 "Toothpick Tommy," positively the ouly living Albino skeleton preserved.. Sixteen ribs -and an Adam's apple visible to the naked eye. Urieh high school boys piaye.i basket ball with Ballard high school boys Friday and the score was 15 to 20 in favor of Urieh. The Urieh girls played baskei hall with the Ballard girls Fri day. The score was 3 to 14 in favor of Ballard. . Louise Fisher spent Sunday evenning with Berniece Greer. A hahv' ffirl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crimes several days ago The Ballard high school stu dents gave a wienie and marsh mallow roast hallowe'en night. - " Grover Ireland is going to have a hog sale Friday, Novem ber the 10th." . . Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cowgill a fine girl. - Virginia- Locals. We have-had several rains the last week and the roads have been pretty muddy where they have been recently worked, but a greater part of the weather has Choice Lot of Beautiful Fur Trimmed Suits Tailored in the very best manner Silk Lined Some Embroidered, right up-to-date $35.00 to $45.00 Suits . Special Price $22.50 Special Group Coats $2500 hMA W Buv The Best MUNSINGWEAR has Phased and Ouy 1 lie DC5 1 satisJried millions 0f users for many years. There can be no better proof. We carry a big stock, prices are moderate, and satisfaction is guaranteed. For men women children made in wool silk and cot Walker-McKibben's been Warm and sunshjny. There is a revival meeting in progress at Virginia Christian church. Bro. Williams from Butler has been preaching. Bro. l'fost is assisting him. We will soon be getting our tin-keys and other fowls off on the market for Thanksgiving and hope the market price will be good. We understood ihcre . were sixteen conversions and its many baptisms from the revival meet ing which was recently held at Concord. They have organized Sunday school. It meets every Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. G. M. Garner and wife took dinner at S. S. Martins Sunday. Mrs. Christine Ilcider of Kin caid, Kan., is visiting at the home of 11. D. Henderson and wife. Mrs. Zula Pahlman and . Miss EnuuH Fahlman drove to Butler Saturday. What has happened that our state road running to Butler don '4 have any more dragging just one mile of the road was dragged last Saturday, that was one mile just east of Virginiai. The traffic certainly appreciated that mile. Bro. Jones preaches next Sun day. SLEEPY JIM. Attention Odd Fellows. . On Sunday, November the 12th at 7 :30 p. m., at the Ohio Street M. E. church, Rev. L. O. Carder will preach a sermon on Frater nity. All the lodges have been invited and we are especially anxious to make a good showing, so please meet at the hall at 7 p. ni., and we will march in a body to the church. - Elmer J. Campbell, N. G. A. H. Culver, Secretary. School Teacher Married. t . v--r i aiihs oenoa j. mootc, a mem ber of the faculty of the - Butler High school was Saturday united in marriage to Mr. Harlan Bil you, of Ozark, Mo. ' The wedding took place at Carthage.. Mrs. Bilyou is a daughter of Judge John T. jMoore, of Ozark, judg of the eireuit court of that dis WALKER-McKIBBENS The Quality Store UNSING The Quality Store I B. H. S. Grain Judging Team Makes Good Score. The Butler High school grain, judging team, Wade ilartrick, Orin Follett and Dee Miller, with their teacher, Prof. B. L. Taylor, returned Sunday from Columbia where the team won third place in the grain judging contest held at the State Univer sity Thursday. The Boouville team won first place, with Kahoka 2nd. There were about sixty teams contest ing and the Butler boys should be very proud of winning so good a place as third. Cornland and Athol. Miss Mable Mendenhall re turned last week from Leaven worth, Kansas. Howard Jones sold his team of mules, wagons and harness to Air. White of Lees Summit. Air. and Mrs. Frank Turner and baby left last Tuesday frtr Jetmore Kansas, where they will uuikc tneir iuture home. s B. F. Jackson and W. T: Mor rison are putting ud a new noul- try house for Miss Sylvia t augnu. The C. C; Club met . Thursday afteunoou at the-homp nf 1WW Dave'Lindly. There were seven teen memoers prsent. After the program a pleasant social hour was spent and dainty refresh ments were served by the hostess. The club will hold their next, un cial at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. . Shay Friday evening, Nov. IT. $ Christian Science Society. Corner Ft. Scott and Delaware Streets. . 10 .-00 a. in. a Sunday School ia held with classes for all under twenty years of age. 11. -00 a. m., morning service. Subject, Nov. 12th, "Mortals and Immortals." 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Testi monial Service. The Beading Boom at the church building is open Saturday from 2 .00 to 5.-00 p. m. All are cordially invited ta visit the Beading Boom and at tend the services. The Times phone number is ST. Get the habit of calling up.