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Cities "i VOL. XXX. , BDTLEB, MISSOOKI, THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1907. NO. 2 r,-., V wad log Ll wit tan Wa .v w j I , . -. ".-V n : ... : 1 . . mmmmmmmmmmmmm cirlandlS Leading Dealers in Ijafness, Buggies, Carriages, Farm Wagons, etc, Home manufacturers of strictly first-class harness-all harness made from A No. 1 leather and by only the Best Workmen. We are prepared to suit you in anything in the Harness and Saddlery line. . .' Our winter goods are now in, and we are showing the finest line of Plush Robes and Horse , Blankets ever brought on. Come and see this stock. We are the leaders in vehicles with the well known Sayers & Scovlll and Columbia lines, our stock of which is complete; we also carry a large stock of good vehicles that we can sell for less money. We are sole agents for the Milburn Farm Wagon, strictly first-class in every particular. Be sure and see this wagon, and get our prices before you buy. Wagon sheets and bows, tents and tarpau lins for sale or rent, Buy your Red Ropeand Rubber Roofing of us; we can save you money, and oil your harness for only OnelDollar. Come and see us, we appreciate your trade and will treat you right. McFarland & Sons. Beliair ..for Pblbur ft ", ' '" '"mK'x''"r''"r't ''Iri'r -ft-'- , Wr rl.Y, trr 1 I'll WH"1U -, . ijmjim .. uiM I if. a at s . : x m i mil ir rm . a m t. i in i ir am , km I; i J .ii. mi coot . rfr 1 v v- V B Weil,,' (: T. v f ?lv;!SB . (Cat V.Vv.. " B , - 1 . Virginia Notes. Walter Wolfe basked one hundred and 0 re boshele of corn last Thurs day. Miee Anna Bard will hare at her school at Hotwater school hones on Friday nltrht, Norember 15th, a pie sapper. We say to one and all, old and young, U yon want to bare a (rood time, young man,- take yonr beet girl, father and mother. . Abner Inas and wife, near Adrian, took dinner with Aaron and family Monday. They took a good look at the red hogs. Will Barnhardt has a good looking boy, little orer one week old. Oeonre Pahlman rtnrniH hnm from Kansas last Saturday, where ue oaa Deen 10 naTS Dis eye treated. v lrgima is nnaer local option, will be till next fall. ReDortAd all iIotiaH the petiklon last week except two. j ney are nopeieesiy in tbe minority. The lid is closed now. We are all brother Drohlbitlontata now. Tha saloon Is wrong and most go The dots ana girls must be protected. Protracted meetlnor o-o1no nn t the Christian Church. Will Carnenter had a snla Mnndnv of this week. Things sold well. He is going to make a year's visit in the west. Ee will soend some time at Walter Wallace's at Ooldendale. Wash , with Mrs. Carpenter's stater. Ws hear Dr. NewVtrb In with bis sister. Mrs. Dudlnv. At Amn rett. He has had very poor health for some time. He raised a large family at Virginia. Some of them have gone to their long homes. on wuson expects to move to Kansas in a few weeks. Partrtnrk and family will move to Amsterdam the first of next week; Mr. Whistler to Amorett and Mrs. Cole Hensley to aume George B. Ellis sent word that he would send sneakers tn Virginia. November 20th. The boar was not mentioned, but will be annnnnnnr) next week. Geonre Parker war not an wall Monday of this week. Mrs. John Wonriv ram a linnia frnm Kansas City Mendav. where she went o oe treatea. jo tin .woody is re ported very sick Monday night of this week. Aaron. ELECTIONS IN OTHER PLACES Salt Lake City Gives an Amer ican Party Plurality. Following are returns from several states where elections were held: In Massachusetts GoTArnnr finlM Republican, has an estimated plural ity of about 75,000 and is elected. His plurality la 1904 was 80,233. In Salt Laks City the election of J. 8. Bransford, tbe American party nominee for mayor In Salt Lake City, was conceded. In N-w JerseT thn rfitnrna nn v ernor are coming in slowly, but a re port from the state capital Indicates that Kats?n bach, Democrat, for gov ernor may have a plurality of 10,. 000 la 190-1 Stokes, Republican candidate lor governor, had a plural ity of 31,000 v In Pennsylvania, Sheats, who leads the Republican ticket tor stats sena tor, Is elected by a large meim-lty, estimated at 175,000. Ii 1006 the plurality of Stuart, Republican can didate f r aovernor. was i 93 In Rhode Island, HigRlus, Demo crat for governor, is making sains, but the race Is close In 19U0 II lo gins had a plurality of 1,318. In Maryland, tbe couLty returns Indicate that-ex Governor Smith wins In the senatorial primaries. There are no eurly returns on the governorship. Ia Toledo, Brand Whltlock. Demo cralj, pas re-elected mayor. II Is elec tion was conceded oy tbe opposition In Cincinnati, one hundred and fif teen precincts, about half of those tn the city, have reported up to this time and give Markbrelt, Republican, lor mayor. za.ytH; Dempeev, Demo crat, 10,626; Ptnff, City, 4,048. Tammany in New York. New York. Oct. 5 With one-half of the election districts In New York connty reported, the Democratic ticket has a lead of 20,000 over the Republican and Independence League fusion ticket. Interesting Facts! Standard pack corn, 4 lbs 23c 3 lb can solid pack tomatoes 10c . Navy beane, per lb 5c Prunes, new, per lb 5c Sugar, 18 lbs $1 00 Red beans, per lb 5c Best head rice. 8 lha 9 ft Santee Syrup, per gallon 35c M Crackers, per lb by box G l-2c Michigan salt, No. 1, per bbl, $1.45 K Kansas salt, No. 1, per bbl, $1 40 We have just received a car each of Kansas and H Michigan salt. H H ft H H M M H M M M Get our price on potatoes. We have two car loads. VI ii ii Swift Pride soap, 7 bars 25c !Mlk soap, 7 bars 25c Claritte soap, 7 bars 25c Old Country soap, 6 bars 23c Fels Naptha soap, per bar 5c Sunnv Mondav soan. fi hnra H Try 2 lbs of our Santos coffee, 2 lbs 25c. Best ii the country. Kead These Over and Compare. W Bring us your Produce; we will pay Cash or Trade. M 1 ours, w M M in M M M ii a u a n K ii ii You'll cet better returns for ; at Fisk & Gordon's thin any other place in town. . ' s "WHE3I: 't-h. Tit J i-04Comiii''iBMd see our big fall line of mens r ' v Because we sell goods at 10 oer cent. pro1it'-;;:;;v;;r''.' r ;: . ... i v Mtner stores are getting 50 per cent, prof it Foster Items. Mrs. Oster. of Marahall. Mn . Uvla. mng ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pal mer. air. ui(iuu, ui men mn, visitea witn J his daughter Sunday, Mrs. Bd. Doke. I cal, given Saturday evening by Misses uihb TitDiyKeana josepmne Hyatt, of Butler. Carl Lorv. of Kansas Pltv. Sunday, and will visit a few days l.l. i. 1 f .1 Tfc . - wiku uik ineuu ii ty jbocKnart. Miss Darr ennnt HnnHuv nith homo folks near Virginia. Revs. Crawford and Lent flllo.i tnelr appointments Sunday. Alesdames Roboris and .Tnokann of Harrison Co . Mo., am vlUin their sister, Mrs. Fall. Bill Hough has been very busy re pairing the roof of Dr. Wilson's resi dence. MissPlezz'e Hammon dined with Topsy Sunday. Rev. Sara's manv frienda will ha glad to hear of the Reverend moving back to Bates. He has fann llvino in Baker City, Oregon, for several years. Miss Mand Brlsco vfaltAd folks Saturday and Sunday. She Is anenaing scnooi nere. Mrs. Crumlev and little dunchtor of Drezel. Mo . visited thA family r Dr. Lyle last week. James Moss and son. Tnmmli were In Pleasanton, Kan., Monday on business. Mesdamea Lvla and Crnmla loft Sunday tor Bronaugh, Mo , to visit relatives. Aunt Maggie Welch Is slowlv 1m. proving. - Topst. Reliable cloaks Wal top. WnTTih. I Dens., Peru Items. Every thlnor bearins to look Ilkn wintr, the trees are getting bare ana ens wneat neias iook green. F. E. Wishard of Liberal, Kansas, is visitlnar friends and fnln.tlvaa in mis neignoornooa. Miss Ethel Antrel and Mia PappU of Butler, were the guests of the! H1S8M FeSJ-l and China UnlT.niii last Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. I H. Blond nn th guests of L W, Hart and family Sat nrdav ulflht and 8nndT. DA HaUoweene party was given at I ins nome oi Mr. ana Mrs. J. O. Walker last Prlda nlohf. Nn. 1 Quits a number of young folks were present and everyone had an enjoy able time. ... ... 7- J. EL' Tfirwnj wm KU kn I to ehnrch Sunday night. Jamaa and flannra Ttinm u - bulldlnsr a &ev hnnaa tnr Mr Ta. tham., , ' Thar Is a natttlon In InMl nvtnn being goisp In this oounty. We uouo otwt man wdo h oia sHonarn A. . t T.. . . . . . . . o iiiuniiip The Only Independent Grocers. West side 5qr. White Front. Phone 144. BUTLER, MO. ft 14 We Specially Invite You to Come and see us. (Dunn" Our Stock is Complete now. Everything marked in plain figures SpecSoD SailB FOR NOVEMBER IS NOW ON There are some GREAT BIG BARGAINS here for you. Special Prkes in Each Department. This means a Saving if you buy now COME AND TRY US. y 7 Special Tn Our Cloak Department. All $6.50 Ladies Coats at $4.50 All $8.50 Ladies Coats at - $6.50 All $15.00 Ladies Coats at - $13,00 1 lot of $10 to $12.50 Fancy Coats $8.50 Childs Bear Skin Coats from $2 to - $3,50 PER CENT ill 52-inch $7.50 Ulster at $12 and $15.00 Dress Coats $5.00 $9.00 " $10 Overcoats $7,00 $10 all wool Suits $12 to $15 all wool Suits $7.00 $9.75 $3.00 r Special Sale on Butler .Greatest Store. i J i M .V w tov9 win oe ror local onnon. V.. TTwm n A ti-a -1 -i . .