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w I We are showing by far the O O o o o a o o o o o o best line of hot weather shirts in town. We show at 50c Hie genuine Harmony percales with two separate collars and most desirable patterns. Sft Bosom Shuts at75c 2 forSl.Z5. hiitsatS1.ZlSl.75 Both of these shirts are much lower in price than similar iroods have ever been offered. nnear. ' I I Genuine balgriggan underwear at 25c S enuine Mad iQOOl Bleaehed drill drawers at 25c. Genuine French balgriggan at 50c. CD 0 0 0 0 0 3 I Jtex3 a,"BoT5 Outfitters Q O o SUTLER WEEKLY TIMES LOCAL ITEMS Times telephone number 37. Insure your property with Frank Allan. 19 tf. See the Ladiea kid low shoes at 75c, Missea 60c, Cbildreus 50c and 25c at Max Weiner'a C. P. Catron, cashier of the Mer winBanlt, spent Sunday in Butler. Oar Rood friend Geo. M. McKissick 4 orders Thk Timks to B. L.. Pickett, t Schell City, Mo. Dr. A. L. Ludwick, of Memphis, Tnn., is spending a vacation with relati.es and friends in Uutler. The Mrs. Mos?, who was killed by her husband at Jopliu last Tveelv, an account of which we publish in an other column, was n niece cf f- c' Copeland, of this city. Mrs. Z. J. Williams and daughter Miss Lutie, and son Master "Wither, have returned from their visit to rel ives and friends in Illinoi?, St. Lonis and Kansas City. Our highly respected old friend C. S. Teeter, of Ballard, made uy a very Pleasant call on Monday while in the ity on business and renewed for The' Timks. He reports the farmers catch ing up with their work, but needing riu in his locality. Mr. and Mr-. J. J. Wolf compli mented Thk Timks' tanctuui on Toesday mornincr, and Mrs. W. re newed her father, (J. M. Tye's sub wnptiou. He was formerly a promi nent citizen of the west part of this eounty, now living in Caw county. The Timr is in i-eeeipt of a renew 1 from our former citizen and good end W. S. DeBolt, living: at Al cona, Kan. He is another one of those trustworthy gentlemen who is !ways prompt to make glad the Printer. He is a good man and as reliable a democrat as ever lived. The Times has few better friends od regard none more highly than Van Hoy, that sterling democrat tod substantial citizen of Deepwater. Se seldom lets his subscription run a over due before renewing. He drpped In for that purpose on uloa y and also had The Times sent for & year to his brother-in-law, Claud Jbourn, at Ponca, Okla. ltev. Inlow, who had been attend ing the Southern Baptist Convention at Louisville, Ky., last week, return ed last Friday evening:, accompanied by Mrs. Inlow and children, who had been visiting relatives and friends near La Grange. Ilarrisonville Deiir ocrat. W. W. Morlan of Urich, has pur chased the residence property of Dr, Edmonston, on East Spring street. It is a beautiful location and when Mr. Morlan has made the contem plated improvements, it will be one of the handsomest homes in the city. The trade was negotiated through Chadd & Haggard. El Dorado Sun. Our old and highly respected far mer friend G. W. Moles, of the Al- tona neighborhood, complimented us pleasantly and substantially, as has been his custom for many years He came to Bates county from Ken tucky just after the war, and by his pure and upright life, has won the confidence and high regard of all his neighbors. Our reliable friend P. M. Famul iner dropped in to pay his respects and his subscription. He is as prompt as the seasons and flatters us with the opinion that we are pub lishing a good paper. He is renting out his large, fine farm and says he 1 triHrnr to take life easv. He has J o - worked hard in his day and has a competence to justify him in such a course. The following parody on "I Don't T.ike You Anv More" is troiugr the rounds of the papers, does not ap rAv tr r:ir Butler merchants : "We don't want to buy at your piece, we won't go there anymore; you'll be orry when you see us going to some other store. You can't sell us any stale goods, we've opened wide our eves we don't want to trade at your store because you don't advertise." Win. Page and family left the last v,o -4t for Monett. Mo., where V. Tl t V. . thev expect to make their home Mr. Page was one of the first settlers of Butler ; has lived here contain ouslv since the close of the war, was rn liked and highly respected by everyone. He was a lawyer of abil ty, but never devoted much time to u .Mra riractice. but looked after hie real estate interests and the feed in- of cattle. He was one of the kindest and best neighbors we ever knew and Thk Times resetted yery v, fh.tho and his eee'lent fain ilv left our eity. Prof. Starr went to Jefferson City Sunday night. John Bosnia traded his stock of groceries to Kash Bros., of Johns town, and they have ineved them to that place. Miss Rosine Morris has gone to Carthage to spend the summer. Miss Resine baa been engaged to play during the Missouri State Music Teachers' Association which meets at Joplin next week, also the Chautau qua at Carthage. Dr. J C. Biggs, a prominent and successful druggist at Hume, ws- in the city the last of tho week on busi neaa and favored us pleasantly. He reports hia town prospering and the armera in that locality well up with their work considering the backward ! spring The School Beard, at its meeting ast Saturday eight, laid over the election of a superintendent for one week. Prof. W. E. Welch was elect ed in place of Prof. BeeeoE; Miss Hedrick, of Appleton City, in place of Mies Burns, resigned; Misa Be Jarnett, of Lamar, in place of Mies Lelia Starke. All the other teachers were re-elected. Don't fail to see Dr. Hughes, who is representing the Dr. . O. Smith Sanitarium Co ., if you are troubled with any rectal trouble. He can cure you. He will be at the Cottage Hotel June 8tb, iUh and 10th. Don t put off seeing him as he may not be here again for some time. Iiead their fedvertisement on another page. Our good republican friend, D M. Anderson, than whom no better man resides in the county, who owns a fin farm near Mulberry, made us a very pleasant call and renewed. He complimented us very highly when he said he had lived in a num. ber of state? since his majority and always took his county paper, and the Times is the best one hs ever read. MiBS Alice McLain, who Las just completed a successful term of school at Pleasant Gap, has accepted the Willow Branch echool for the next Beaeon. In company with Miss Whipple ehe complimented the Times sanctum and after renewing ordered her paper changed to Kan sas City, where she will spend hr vacation. Sho gives the vfry best of satisfaction wherever she teaches and ia ranked anaoDg the very best lady teachers in the county. Eqos Vaughan, formerly of New Home township, now a prosperous farmer cf county "O" in Oklahoma, gave us a pleasant call while in the city Tuesday. He had bsen spend ing three weeks in Bates visiting old friends and was on his way home. He said wheat harvesting would begin the first of June, about a month earlier than here. Said prospects for that cereal is good. Qaita a number of former Bates county citizens live in his locality and all are prospering and like that country. Sheriff Muid went to Altera Sat nrdav and arrested Thomas B!aton and brought him to Butler and lodged him in jail. He is wanted in corjcection with the E Jarda-Sbafer tragedy. It i3 charged that he wit nessed the shooting from the timber elose by. The grass and brush whfre he claimed to have stood when the shooting occurred, ehowed evidences of being well tramped, as if he had been there for some time He went off home without showing himself at the time. He claimsd to have teen cut bunting, but parties who know hie habita discredit this tatommt. sev it wes too early in the mornirg. Master Ernest Trues and Mies Helen Fuirlamb, juvenile stars, respectively 9 and 8 years of age -&ve an entertainment at the Butler o?f ra house on Thursday ereMog to a fair sized audience Tbey eer tcinlv fiilfilltd evitry protniee that was made for tiiem, and were mar vels to the audience. Leading parta in Shakespeare's plays were render ed bv them in a manner that would have done credit to old and experi- oa.I ffors Maatfr Truex is the son of Dr. Trues of Rich Hill, and certainly gites promise, with the proper education and training, of being a great actcr. Little Mies Fairiamb ia a precocious child and a wonder on the stage considering her age. Strawberries are plentiful aad fine and sell rery reasonable. New potatoes kaye been eelliug at 30 cents) per gallon. Pierce Hackett complimented u9 with a eoeial call while in the city Saturday. M. L- Cook, a prosperous and enterprising merchant of Sprague, eecds us remittance fcr renewal. Capt. F. J. Tygard attended the Bankers' convention at Kansas Citv last week. He wae accompanied by Mrs Tygard. M. V. Carroll, chief clerk in Labor Cammieeioner's office, Jefferson City, gpent a few days tfee last of the week in the county visitiog relatives1 and old friends. E D. Kipp attended the Bankers convention at Kansas City last week. He was elected chairman of the 9ih group and a member of the council of administration. See Max Weiner'a men's vici kid shoes at 12, black or tan. These are regular $3 grades. Don't fail to see them. Dr. Chriaty has purchased through Williams Bros, oce cf the finest rub ber tire phaetons ever shipped to B a tier. This elegant vehicle arrived and waa delivered Monday. Mrs. Tom Brogues died at her home in the east part of town Sun day evening. The remains were taken to Nebraska for interment on Tuesday. She left two small chil dren. J. M. Pulliam, a successful far mer and most excellent gentleman, living in Deer Creek township, was transacting business in Butler on Wednesday and favored us substan tially. Ex circuit clerk Stewart Atchescn leaves this week for Colorado to spend the summer. He will visit Denver. Colorado Springs, Mat.it . u and Cripple Creek. W:u. F Duvall and wife returned from Texas on Tuesday where they had been lor her health. iLeir many friends will be grieved to learn that Mrs. Duvall ia very low, wilh but slight chances of recovery. Harry Wolfe the voung operator held up and robbed at the Webb City passenger depot one night last week, ia an old Rich Hill boy.Laviug been born and raised in that town, where his father O- R. Wolfe, new resides. A disastrous and fatal cyclone passed across the country iu the vicinity of Bijou Hills. South Da kota, Sunday, killing seven people and doing considerable damage to property. The funeral of N. D. Walden took place from the family residence, on Mill street, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The deceased was quite an old gentleman and had been evicted for a long time. It ia said 10,000 pickers will be required to gather th strawberry crop at Sarcexie, Ma , this season x. and it is expected 200 cr load wi be shipped from that point. Pickers are paid one and a hilf cents per quart. The 12 year old toa cf Henry Pault, living fifteen miles northeas of Nevada, was thrown by his hcrse Monday. His foot caueht in the harness aud hie body was dragged half a mile, and his bra'us tZasLed out against the Etonv s The members of the GAR post of thia city met at ilseir ha! Sunday afternoon and marched in a body to the opr house, whtre memorial atrvices were conducted Excellent magic was arraegfed for the occasion. Rev. S B. Jewel!, pastor cf the Firft Presbyterian church, preached the memorial ef r moa. A large auiieres wss present and Rev. Jewell's terpen is spoken of as being a very able tfifjrt. Prices Talk. For tht- lat two week- have Ken mak;i.-r PJIICKS on Lvlie OXFORDS that ha-miu-K soli the jroo-l-i. "We have iM customers we never soM before. AVe are now offering ou Plow Shops and Fine Shoes too at price a lit tle !e. than some who say they soil for e't. Take a-lvantaue of these ju ices and luv y on: summer footwear. ' hir shovmaker will repair vour old shoes cheap. DRYSDALE El KEASLiNG. OGOOQSOOOOOOGOSeOOOCQCOO o u I '6 6 verything Goes Nothing Reserved. .- Now i the to my Mens suits worth SI. 50, now $15.00 Mens suits worth o.OO. now !.")( Mens suits worth 7.00. now 5.00 Mens suits worth 10.00, now 7." Mens suits worth Hi. ."(). now 10.0 15oys suits worth 10.0O, now T-t I Joys suits worth S.OU, now 0.0! Hovs suits worth 0.."O, mow .I.O" lioys suits worth .".). now !.." I'ys suits worth :).."0, now 2.0 ChiMreiis suits worth i, now .'I.o" ChiMrens suits worth -1 .(.), now IJ.OO ChiMrens suits worth o.'. now L0 ChiMrens suits worth J..r0, now l.."( ChiMrens suits worth l.."0, now l.M ChiMrens suits worth 1.2.", now .7." ChiMrens suits worth .'.Ml, now .." I & o G 0 o o I X Mens Pnuts oOe, 75c, 81.00, SLIM. Boys Pants '55c, 50c, 75c, 1.00. Childrens Pants 15c, 25c, ?35c, 50. j Don:t buy any Clothes until you sec X what we can do for you. O THE CLOTHIER. g JOE MEYERJ SPECIAL SALE at Max Weiner's. vici kid shoes very low price On meifs fine r tan at the 2.00. Others ask 2.00 for Of the Ninety Per Cent. Of the people aresl;cfed w;tc oieej fcrm of humor, tni ttia cz?f a a f variety cf diaeaaea The ressin why j Hood's Saraaparilla cures when all others fad is found in tt fact iLt ; it Actually expela the turner j Scrofal. salt rheum, bcila atd ail j eruptions are permanently cured by i this great medicine j Hood's PiH lt bEt faai;IJ c&th&rtio and tier ttnic. Gentle, reliable, sure. ame noods. Corn u and sf?? tliese shoes i they are bi bar- gaiiK. las Weiaor. , , s4 1 .Cs5i X o o o o o o o o o o o o o