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tw Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffner 4 Mane Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats S3000 o S4500 We have a wonderful showing of sport, young men's and conservative models. Every garment is all wool and guaranteed to give entire satisfaction or money back. WHIPCORD SUITS 2 Pair Trousers $35.00 WHIPCORD RAINCOATS $27.50 OTHER SUITS AND OVERCOATS Latest Style Models $20.00 and $25.00 BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS 2 Pair Trousers ' $10.00 American Clothing House "Quality Corner THE DAYLIGHT STORE Just Received LATEST IN SCARFS SILK AND BRUSHED WOOL Beautiful Color Combinations $2.48 $8.48 i , ' They Are All The Rage Complete Showing of Sweaters . Ladies and Children $3.50 $8.50 "Latest Novelties in Wool and Silk Hose Acerican Clothino Douse :-ifV '"Quality Corner ' Don't forget "the corn conteBt closes at the Missouri State Bank on Dec. 1st. Mr. and Mrs. tljfas. Ison,1 of Oklahoma Lity, Okla. are visit ing relatives near Butler. Miss "Kae Robinson attended the funeral of Mrs. Peter Kiltz, in Rich Hill Saturday after noon. Mrs. George Patrick, of Joplin, came the first of the week for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ceo. Patrick. Corn is iiow being the corn contest at State Hank. Don't your corn now. entered in the Missouri delay, enter C. II. Dutchcr, of Warrens burg, attended the funeral of Mrs. L. K. Choate in this city Friday afternoon. Mrs. Arthur S. McNay, of Ga lena, Kaus., came the last of the week for a visit at the C. II. McNay home, on High street. Y. J. Raschke has sold his but ter and milk station in the Smith block, on the southeast corner of the square to K, L.' Zilliox, of Nevada, who 'is now in charge. Funeral services for. Prof. Gra vette, late principal" of the Doug lass school, was held from the 2nd E. church Friday morn ing add interment made in Oak liili cemetery. - Mrs. 11. M. Shelton returned the last of the week to her home at Independence, after a visit here with her son, Paul Shelton, andjtf the home of Judge and MisTA. B. Owen, on Ohio street. Clarence Atkeson, who is con nected with the office of the Prohibition enforcement officer at Kansas City came down the last of the. week for a visit with his father. Hon. W -VtkcsoU, and with his brother, 11. W. At keson. C. A. Hays, of Wichita, Kaus., was in town last week visiting relatives and shaking hands with his many old fricneds. Mr. Hayes left Buller many years ago and is engaged in railroad work, holding a responsible position with one of the Weestern roads. J. F. Heudrix, who with his family a short time ago moved to Colorado Springs, Colo., arrived the last of the week ou a short business visit, Mr. Ilcudrix re ports. the family all enjoying good health and well satisfied with their new home. Call at Fiiherg Electric Shop for Sl kind .of electrical (applies. iJ-tf V ::'. -. ,:",.:V-. . Telephone TtO. Mrs. C. L. Clark arrived 1 the first of the week from St. Louis for visit with Mrs. J. C. Clark. II. T. Shobe, of Los Angeles, Calif., came last week to visit Butler relatives. Mr. Shobe Mas one of the early day residents of this county. Old ShobctoWn, just north of Ltich Hill, being named in bis honor. He left Hates coun ty for California several yi ago. Mrs. Peter- Kilt, tii) years old, a pioneer resident of Rich Hill, died suddenly in Kansas City, Thursday, November 2nd, at tin home of her daughter, Mrs. Bus - . J I A ill. sie iiaurani m tnai city. .-m had breakfasted at ti o'clock and passed away suddenly at o'clock that morning. Rich Hill Review. Rev. J. B. Clyde went to Kan sas City the last of the week for a short visit with his daughter, Jean, who is convalescing from a surgical operation in a Kan sas City hospital Sunday he went to Leavenworth, Kans., where he filled the pulpit of his new charge, the Presbyterian church of that city. John T. Yoss, one of the best known and most substantial citi zens of the southeast part of the county, was a county seat visitor Saturday and observed his an nual custom of long standing by calling at this office and extend ing his .subscription for another year. He nays that there lias been much fall plowing in his neighborhood and that the farm ers are well along with their work. - You should try and win one of the cash premiums offered by the Missouri State Bank for the best ten ears of corn. ' The' Rich Hill Telephone Ex change passed into new owner ship and management today (Wednesday); says the Rich Hill Review, the'" deal being closed and approved whereby D. iV. Herii conveyed to R. B. Parker of Colorado Springs, Col., the telephone property here. Hern receiving in payment 250 acres of farm land in Shelby county, Ma, valued, at "$25,000. Mr. Hern will , remove to Shelby county and take, possession- of the farm;.' " ' . . :-. - Dr. Chas. A. "Arnold, of Kanr sas City, preached two sermons at the Presbyterian church Sun day. M. C. Wilcox, of the prohibi tion enforcement, office of Kan sas City, was a Butler visitor Tuesday. George McReynolds, a former Butler business man, but now of Rich Hill, was here Friday visit ing relatives. Oscar Kroft, of the American Clothing House transacted bus iness in Kansas City one day the last of the week. Genrge Alsbacli, whois in the restaurant business at Pleasan ton, Kans., spent Tuesday in this city with home folks . Mrs. Alice H. Sartiu arrived the last of the week from Mon tana for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Louisa Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Culver are rejoicing ove rthe arrival or a baby son at their home Satur day morning, -November 4. Mis. E. S. Clarke has returned' from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. C. W. - Brakensiek and Mr. Brnlu'iisiek, at Junction City, Kau. banks and trust companies city were closed Friday af i during the hours of the I service for Mrs. L. K. 'Hie Of tile terinii fuller; Choate. Miss Kathleen White, of the High school faculty attended a meeting of home economics teach ers licl.l at Columbia the last of 1 1n Week. Anifi Ul Smith, a .studojit at i Kansas City business college, spent Sunday in this city with his parents; .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Snihh. A. I!. Simpson, one of Hates county's leading stock breeders last week added to his herd one of the finest hogs ever brought to Ihis city. Miss Lizzie Kook, Miss Mona RooJi and Ross Miller - went to Kansas City and accompanied the n mains of Mrs. F. Saekett to this city for burial. Major G. W. DeArinonil and family, who have been visiting Butler relatives, left Tuesday for Middletown, J'enn., where the Major is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas are the proud parents of a fine baby girl. She was born Friday, Nov. J. The little lady has been given the name -of Cora Helen. Dr. and Mrs. George Tbeib; announce the birth of a baby girl which arrived at their home .Monday evening. The little miss has been named Wilina Jean. J. S. C. Cussins, jr., of De catur, Ills., who recently moved with his family' to this city has accepted a position w ith t h Denton-Coleman Loan & Title Company. .Mrs. J. H. Clyde was down from Kansas City, where she is at the bedside of her little daugh ter, Jean, who is convalescing from a surgical operation, for a short visit Tuesday. The Monday evening club were delightfully entertained Monday evening .at the beautiful home of Dr. and Mrs. Zey, on Mill street. The lesson for the evening was Cathedrals of the Old and New World." Thejiew bridge over the Osa;.": river between Horton and Ar thur, is completed, says the U cb Hill Ueview. When finished ami opened for travel the route to Ncada will be shortened a'-oi't foiir utiles. W. It. Bell, of Paul's Valley, Okla., was in Butler tor a short time last week shaking hands with his many Hutler Inends. He was en route bsick to Paul's Valley, after a visit in the ninth part of Kansas. The school board has em ployed Prof. W. V. Kenuoly, of joplin, as principal of the Doug lass school vice Prof, Uravette, w ho died about ten days ago. Prof. Kennoly is a veteran edu cator and is no stranger to But ler, having taught in the Doug lass school about 20 years ago. ' . The concert given Sunday af ternoon at the Fisk Opera House for the benefit of the Recreation Hut. recently built by American Legion Posts at the Veterans hos pital Kansas City, was well attended. The program consist ed of music by the band and vo cal and instrumental numbers by the citiy's best musical talent. Table Linens for Thanksgiving What housekeeper will not take great delight in looking through this wonderful collection of table linens to pick out just the things she has been wanting so long? . Especially with prices so much lower than they have beeu for years and quality better. Walker-McKiDben's The Qualify Store When You Consider the use that you can get out of a sweater like this you'll never consider the value. But you should, for the price that has been put on this high class piece of merchandise is due only to the enormous quantities that we buy and sell each year. Come in and choose the color you like best. The fit will be perfect! So will the wear its a Bradley. Eook for the. label. Walker-McKibben's The Quality Store. Bt.rn to Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Hup) Monday night November (i, a girl, Jo Anna. Mrs. C. 0. Cox spent the week end in Kansas City with her son, Frank Cox, who is connected with The Walton Trust Company at that place. (). J. Scribncr, , of Kansas City, was in the city Tuesday selliug our merchants stock and poultry fond,, Mr. Scribncr was a former resident of the city. 'n Mr. ami Mrs. Chas. Hunt drove' over from Hudson, Tuesday night to hear the election returns and to bring the news that Hudson had that day for the first time in many years returned a major ity for the Democratic ticket. Thursday evening Mr.-and ..M rs. Johnii ( 'olemaii ; entertained with a dinner at their, home on West Pine street in honor of Mr. and Mis. J. S. Cussins, who recently moved to this city from Decatur, Ills. Mr. Cussins is a brother of Airs. Coleman. The Times is in receipt of a let ter from John J. EniryL of Mt. Moriah. Mo., enclosing $1.50 for another year's subscription. Mi. Eniry was for-many, years a resi dent of the west part of the coun ty and likes to keep posted on the affairs "back home." I Hugh Mcludoe, acting for the '.Missouri Public Service Comiuis ! sioir conducted a hearing in this j city Wednesday on the petition .of the city authorities that the two passenger trains taken off this line by the Missouri Pacific Railway Company during the war be ordered restored. Kail way officials who attended the meeting were C, L. .stone, pas senger traffic manager of St. Louis, Mo., .1. Cannon, assistant i general manager, Judge J. E. Green general attorney, W. C. Beving'ton division superintend 'ent of Nevada, Mo. and George ! C. St i ill luui ii, advertising mau ! ager ofSt. Louis. Mo. J. 11. Ted row, transportation commissioner of the Chamber of Commerce, and Charles Z. Coffin, manager' of the .Merchants' Association of Kansas City attended the meting. Vice-President of the Denton Coleman Company Resigns. I. C. Patterson, for the past two years vice-president of thv? Denton-Coleman Loan ' & Title Company, last week tendered his resignation, the same taking ef fect Friday morning. Mr. Pat terson has made no plans for the future but will continue to malu this city his home. Prof. Kenoly Returns. Prof. W. W. Kenoly, of Joplin, has been elected principal oi the Douglas School of this city and assumed his duties Tuesday,'.' Prof. Kenoly was th-; former principal and taught here for nearly twenty years. II? here about five venr ;ig. went to Joplin, where he gaged in teaching until last yea.." when he decided to take a vaca tion for the benefit of his health. Prof. Kenoly is a first cl-.'ss teacher and his many friends here will be glad to see him re turn. ' . ' ' leU and en- Banks to Close Armistice Day. The banks and trust companies of the city will be closed all day Saturday, November 11, Armis tice Day. - Notice Car fcabbage 2c per pound in lots under 100 pounds. Lots of 100 pounds or more at 2c per pound. , Red River Ohio Potatoes-$1 00. $1.25 bu. i Onions 3Mo,per pound. A. C. Stuckey Phone 460 Butler, Mo.