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The Butler weekly times and the Bates County record. (Butler, Mo.) 1918-1950, November 09, 1922, Image 8

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Remarkable Values in Fashionable Winter
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A-'dr 1116
III. Wise
lv Buyers
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A great many men are buying new clothes
this fall. As usual some men will get
more than others.
The wise buyers will get the best at a low price.
They'll get that in
They're belter for you coming and going, They
cost less when you buy them and last longer
when you wear them. They're a safe and sound
investment in good appearance.
$25, $30, $35
$18.50, $25, $30
Sam 'I Levy Mercantile Co.
tAe fiomt of JCupponhtimer Sod Ctothts
The First Baptist Church.
One block north of' square.
T. C. Brammer, pastor. Res.
502 X. Delaware. Plioiie 10).
S. S. Teachers ami officers
prayer meet ing !) :13.
S. S. 9:30. J. K. Zwahleu,
Supt. !
''Not lien'" special at flu1 Dap-;
tist church Sunday, lutt you ar.,!
welcome anyway, at all ouv reg
uar services.
Prayer meeting Wednesday,
November lfith. Subject, "'The!
Home Prepared." .Mrs. .las. W.I
Harrison, leader.
Community Thanksgiving ser
vice. Plan to attend. Sermon ;
by l!ev. Carder at the JSaptisri
church and story hour for the j
children under Jr. U. S. age, at
the Presbyterian churcli. The ;
churches, fraternities. Commer-
cial Cluh and Everybody. The i
school is on the job.
Kl ro prak tik
The druatless health science
that is revolutionizing the. world
and restoring thousands of sick
men,, women, and children to
health and happiness, is now avail
able to the citizens of Bntler and
LC. Schutte,D.C.,Ph.C.
-' Has opened an office in the
Tamers Bank DMg.
ground floor on Ohio SL 'and is
how ready to receive patients
West of Town.
las. E. J 'ark went to Kansas
City last week and bought a car
load nf steers which lie shipped
down to his farm.
lake and ('lade .limdy liave
also shipped down some cattle
.Mr. and .Mis. Cris Cox who
have been our accommodating
central operators at Virginia the
past two years, have moved to
the (ietz farm for the coining
year. Mr. Cox's brother and
wife of Johnstown will take their
place at the switchhoard.
Sam .Malone spent from Friday
till Monday with his hrother, Alt'
.Malone and wife, iu Pittsburg,
lolin Uarton and wife, of near
i Elkhart spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. j
John W. Huffman ami family. j
W. M. llardinger attended the!
regular meeting of the directors!
; of the Mates County. Mutual In-j
Isuiaiice Company, which was;
jhchl iu Mutlcr Saturday. " j
Lee Peterson rides in a new
in a new huggy.
Mrack Mctjuiun and family
have purchased a new Ford ear.-
Carl Getz arrived, last week
from Rolla, Mo., and is working
for W.J. Bogard.
Dr. H. R. (Jlo.vd vaccinated
hogs for J. II. Park, Wolfe Bros,
and Ee M. Ilardinger Tuesday.
The meeting at the Virginia
Christian elfureli'is still iin pro
gress. Itro. Williams is preach
ing' some splendid .sermons and
has a large audience every night.
North New Home.
Dick Morris had," the misfor
tune lo get his vrist broke one!
i day last week. ' j
John Phelps spent one night
Mrni Willie Simpson visited
from Friday till Sunday with her
parents, Scth Nightwine and
Dave Jordan and wife came in
from Neosho Saturday evening
and will move on the Ike Varnes
farm and Mr. Jordan will work
for Mr. Varnesithis winter; .
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Ladies Suits
Tailored Embroidered Fur-trimmed
$19.75 $24.50 $29.75
The offerings are unusual such high quality
nnd-authentic styled Suits at such reasonable prices.
Our stock of Ladies' and Misses' Suits is large, with
a wide range of styles. It will be to your advantage
to inspect these fine Suits in Tricotine, Poiret Twill
Navy, Black and Brown all sizes represented as well
as stout and extra sizes.
Frank Miller and wife ami
sons. Clarence. Dave Jordan and
wife, visited Sunday afternoon at
John Phelps.
Milt Hceves and' wife and CI if!'
Kliart and wife and (laughter.
Kdith. visited Sunday afternoon
at Benton Keeton's.
Mr. Popp and family liave
moved on I lie Kern farm south
east of Nvhart.
Patterson and Mushy of Kan
sas City are having a house and
barn built on their farms west of
N.vharf. John W. Jones is do
ing the carpenter work.
Molt Spronl and Frank 1 Jerry
are crushing lime stone rock.
John Phelps and wife and Mrs.
John L. Jones spent Monday in
Butler with Ike Kelley and -wife.
Mr. Kelley anil wife celebrate I
their golden wedding anniver
sary Sunday. I'nele John Phelps
said he lost out Sunday but en
joyed the dinner Monday just
the same. -Fred
Palilmau is repairing the
house he lives in, for Dick
Miss Cora Drysdale and broth-
1 1 V! II' .1 I
er and .miss .nciiic .waggs ami
lirothers were callers at John
Phelps Mondav evening.
. Rural Home Makers Club.
The Rural Ilonie Makers Club
of Pleasant Uap met November
2, 1922, with Mrs. Henry Tharp.
The following program was ex
cellently carried out :
Roll Call, Scripture verse.
Song, "Count Your Many
Mlessiugs," by Club.
How the condition of our coun
try roads affect 1113 home as !,
health, Mrs. llattie Mchaffey.
How the conditions of our
country roads affect my home as
to education," "Mrs. Wilbur Me
haffey. -
How the condition of our coun
try roads affect my home .as to
religion, Mrs. Milburn Tharp.
('oiitest, Mrs. Henry Tharp
and Mrs. Joe FQwler.
Mr.. Oscar Kassner was win
ner of contest..
ExtemporHiieous debate, Re
solved, That it would not be t
our advantage' to have a county
hospital.- , Affirmative, "Mrs.
Arthur iJurkhart Mrs. Ben Wix,
Levy Mercantile Company
Negative, Miss
Miss Dolla Rains
Nellie Fowler,
Negatives received two
and affirmative received
I vote.
J The program was enjoyed
both visitors and members.
program and business"
meeting a lunch of cake an 1
peaches were served.
Members present were Mes
daincN Carl Wittc, Oscar Kass
ner. John Woodfin, James Steele,
Adolph Durst, Ben Wix, Joe
Fowler, Milbiirn Tharp, Arthur
lilll-L-llsll't Will, ml UnlmCfnv
....... " ll.MII CI 111 ,J .
James Wix, -Mrs. Hat tie MehaP
fey, Misses Ada and Dolla Rains
and Nellie Fowler.
Visitors, .Mrs. Joe F. Wix, Mrs.
Ed Suiiith, Misses Irene d
Jessie Smith.
The Club adjourned to meet
with Mrs. Adolph Durst Decem
ber (i, .1922.
Cor. Secretary.
Fair Mount New
I Paul Fischer and wife and
j little daughter returned home
j Wednesday from a visit with her
i parents and other relatives near
n'at' "iia, .Kansas.
j We had a fine rain Tuesday
ami Saturday night,
j Frieda Mrachci visited at the
jXick Rapp home Tuesday after
noon. . Mrs. Frank Rapp spent Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. C. M.
Ranp. ...
Nora Rapp, Elsa Schroeck and
Josephina Mracher visited Fri
day with Hilda Rapp.
(irandma Rapp, who lujd beet'
visiting relatives in this vicinity
the past two weeks returned' to
her home in Applet on City Fri
day. t . .
Mr. - ZiuimerHchiedt went to
Kansas City Sunday morning to
lie with his wife, who is to under-'
go a Hiirgical operation.
. Jennings Fix and family en
tertained some of their ' friends
at dinner Stmday.
Frank Rapp and part of his
family ate -dinner "with . Lewis
Meyer and family Sunday.
Joe Braeher, Fred ' Vogt and
their families, Wm. 1
wife "and Hilda Rapp" dined Sun
day with C M.. Rapp and. family.
sses and
for Women and Hisses
Many Smart Models in Plain, Embroidered and Fur-trimmed
S16-50 S24-50
The observing: Woman and Miss will realize at once that these
Coats are excellent values and whether you desire a plain, richly em
broidered or fur trimmed Coat, you will find a becoming: model. Every
Coat handsomely tailored, beautifully lined sizes 14 to 48.
THE STYLES include smartly belted models youthful '
and chic blouse effects, wrappy coats and straightline
Browns Tans Blues and Black.
Season's Most Popular Materials.
Ladies Dresses
Of Silk and Wool
$10.00 $15.00 $19.75 $29.50
Many, many new dresses to select from, em
bracing the latest mid-season styles in blouse', draped,
straight line, and panel effects, with trimmings of
beads, braids, lace embroideries, ribbon and self ma
terialsIn fabrics of Canton Crepe, Satins, Russian
Crepes, Tricotine, Poiret Twill browns, navy and
black sizes 14 to 48.
Rev. Jakels Paul Fischer and
John Sehenker and their families
dined Sunday with John Fischer
and family.
Mrs. (ii'ittlieh Durst at Prairie
City had the misfortune to break
her arm Mondav.
For Sale Two Duroc Jersey
Pigs. "Will Aveigh about 125
pounds. Registered.
N. M. Nestlerode.
For Sale.
Good 4-room hon.se, well locat
ed. Reasonable price. See L. W.
Kecle. 1-tf
Anyone wanting to buy or
rent good property call on Mrs.
D. Reynolds, North Mechanic St..
also have good cow for sale.
Sale Sonic
Call on
good Duroc
M. Simpson,
Untler, Route 5.
j Wanted 2000 S. C. White
1 Leghorn pullets, hens; also pul
lets of other varies. What have
you? Write or phone the Wilson
Hatchery, Adrian, Mo., Route i
No. 4.
Hedge Posts for Sale Have a
fine lot of 9-foot, hedge corner
posts and soma 7-foot line posts
for sale.
D. E. Blakeman,
Phone 473 . Butler, Mo..
Notice Golfers.
the new Golf Soles and
Approved by leadinjr
golf players.
American Shoe Shop.
Strayed During the - last of
July, light bay horse mule. Rup
tured at navel, scar on forehead.
Reward for information. . '
5-2tr P. E. Popp, Rich Hill, Rt L
Want AOs
S35 M
Lost (ilass eyed bull dog,
three white feet, screw tail. Re
ward. ' C C Thayer,
-lP Merwin, Mo.
Phone 60
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