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WE DRESS
GENTLEMEN
FROM SKIN OUT
FROM FEET UP.
OUR
Dw Store Room
IS FULL OF
GOOD THINGS
TO WEAR.
i
CLOTHING
lil'IHI;
We Fi ypjir..Head. Feet, Form and Purse
ne cloaks Walker-McKibbens.
S. Paddock has moved from his
Itm, near Virginia, to Amsterdam.
M
"A. Trader, the cigar broker, of
Infeas City, was seeing his trade on
today..
dg stock of fure-Walker-McKtb-be.
-
fas Alice Cobb is sick with typhoid
athe home of her grandmother,
iUFred Cobb.
"I M. Rice, of Lone Oak, is In
Eieas City serving on the federal
gad jury. "
i one pncecioaz nouse walker
bbens. Eyman,' of Kansas City.
day la Butler with relatives
ds..
n ; i Clark, owl in Snmmlt, was
m Saturday and favored as
7-
t things la cloaks Walker-
Mdbbens. -
i. Fred Marley and daughter, of
Den, are visiting Mrs. M's sister,
MrPeter Carpenter.
4ttls girl baby arrived at the
ho4of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Me--Kl
Sunday morning. .
Ckand
oar cloaks. Walker-
Mcfben. -
' M 8am Wood, of Denver, cams
in farst of the week to visit her
sisi Mrs. Jesse A. Trimble.
r Stand John -Cope, two of Bates
teouf foneercltiera, of New Home,
wen iuuer tne last or tne week. .,
Hi prices for good cloaks
ilclvbbens. J.V".; . -
braves, of Ft, Scott, Kan.,
r the first ot the week ehak
't wlia his old friends.
'.TWiysni Sunday In Butler
wm tc.-?t, a: u. cniyer. Lee
hii' ;sst?actor to Kansas City.
Kef t- fttf 'to'; 135.00
TJvf:' Hys that Lloyd Mo-yltiitsnfivlnsfinKan-1
r oversi months, hasre-
jrdnsr, - of Silm City,
'. - his continued inter
) county by setting his
' k .pn up a notch.
'" '-I , f - . 3 . ". '
ilf Eran,diarylal
: ISOJadtasDts. II
t y or tnorefTodv
i biirtsJ forpxa-
I-1 k,
I hit
v I YMsjB
1 - a H- A
VE1S
COATS
FOR HEN AND B0Y5.
SWELL TOP COATS
FOR THE LITTLE BOY
No Use to go to the City for
Up-to-date Clothes
$2.oo to $25.oo
HOUSE
.4i M
Mrs. Yancy Combs was taken to
Kansas City 8undj and underwent
an ooeratton at the University hos
p tal on Monday.
We stand back of each cloak
Walker McKibben.
Lee Ash, who has been living at
Clearmont, Wyo., near which place
he has homeeteaded a claim, came In
this week o spend the winter with
his mother.
Mrs J.E.Shutt, MlsiShukt, Mrs.
T. L. Pettys, Mrs A. R, Lee and Mrs.
C. W. Hess have Issued cards to a re
ception on Friday afternoon from 2
to 5 o'clock.
Good 'cloaks Stylish cloaks
Walker-McKibbens.
Jndge John H. SnUens passed
through Butler the last of ths week
on his way horns from Clay county,
waere ne naa oeen on Dasiaees and
pleasure combined. . '
E. C. Vanderroort and wife return
ed the last of ths week from Ohio.
Mr. Vanderroort resumed his posi
tion as agent at the Mo. Pac depot
after a rest of several months.
Everett Jin was In ths dty on
Saturday on business and seeing his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 8 Ewln.
He Is traveling for Beldlng Bros. 4k
Co., silk mannfactnran. with his
boms at Carthage, Mo. ' .
J. L. Cope and Glen Miller, two
voung gentlemen of New Home, were
In Bntler the last of ths week on their
way to school, Mr. Cope to Chilli
cothe Normal, and Mr. Miller to bas
in m college at Qulncy. , ,.
FOR 8ALEa-Good milch cow,' 8
years old, will be fresh soon. ; Price
$35.00. Two miles east ot Black
School House, In Snmmlt township.
52-2, W.LHoopbb,
Tom R Staley orders his paper
changed from Troy, Idaho, back to
Urlch.. Tom went to Idaho to prove
up on a claim, bnt he did not sell bis
farm in Mingo,' and wa are mighty'
glad to welcome him back to old
Bates eonnty. K y:-';'
Ex-County Assessor W. M. fiard
Inger was a pleasant caller whlls In
Bntler on Wednesdar.: Bshasaboat
reeovered from his Jon jf and ssrtons
UlnsM, and is picking up la fierffast.
Mr. Hardlnger recently completed a
modern boost on his farm In Char.
lolls. - - r: M:' ',
Mrs. Afthor Bankston. who wa a
operated npon Saturday morning, I
died that erenlrar at 7.HX) o'clock, at '
fc3d tvetaaUclTi
EiA L1U1
Ivtow, 4tX
t?,
It It reported that John D Woody
Is quits sick itb appendicitis.
Ex-Recorder J. R. 81m oaon im In
from Deepwater trading Monday.
George DeBolt and M1m Eilth
Bark, both of Rich . H11L were mar.
lied by Ry O E. Ylvion. pastor M.
K. chnrch. South, on Mondar morn
ing.
The case of Capt. F. J. Tjgard was
called before Judge McPberaon In the
federal conrt la Kansas City jester
day. A number of witnesses wentnp
from Botkr.
The special cases over which Judge
Denton was to preside at Harrison
Till the first of the week, were con
tinned to a later date. !
We think aboot cloaks In ths day
time and dream aboot cloaks at
nlght-Walker-McKlbbena.
A religion that will make a man
pay his debts, tell the troth, speak
well ol his neighbor and work every
day to support his family Is good en
ough to life on and die by. Any
thing short of this is a sham and a
fraud, and the party who has it bus
mistaken stomach trouble tor relig
ion. Ex.
Forty-three persons petitioned lor
membership In the Adrian Modern
Wooden Camp Monday night as a
result of the contest which has been
on tors month. This will keep the
boys busy for several months and
they will have fun for the entire
winter Adrian Journal.
Those In need of glasses cm bare
ths eyes tested free, and properly fit
ted by Dr. J. M. Norris, eye, ear and
throat specialist. Office on South
Bide, In ths Catterlln building, But
ler, Mo. 52 4t
f
The new primary law is destined
toVmaks a radical change In the
method ot political campaigning,
whether It wilt better conditions or
not remains to be seen. These new
laws do not always meet the expec
tations of the public and, they fre
quently hring about a worse condi
tion of affairs Adrian Journal.
Mrs. J. D. Todd and Dr Thos.
Todd ot Rlchardv Elmer Charles of
Mets, and several other residents of
thoee towns passed through R'ch
Hill at noon, returning from Jeffer
son City, where they had been in th
Interest of a pardon for Dr. J. D
Todd. Got. Folk took the metter
nnder advisement R. H. Review.
The American Clothing House has
recently put up anew and modern
awning, which is convenient to
handle and handsome In appearance
It is the Kapka patent receding
awning, is operated from the inside
of the buildli g and can be left In any
deeiraDie position.
The Wednesday Coterie announce
tnelr annua! Chrysanthemum show
for the benefit of the remeterv asso
ciation on November 15 and 16 Art
mission 10c, which Includes, lunch
Show to be in the Catterlln building.
12t
Onr old friend C J Shooley writes
ns from Wellsfurd, Kansas, that be
has purchased another farm, within
a few miles of the one he recently
sold, it contains ow acres, well Im
proved, 260 acres in cultivation. Be
writes very encouraging of his crop
prospects and tne outcome for tbat
country, and says he is mighty well
pleased.
Mr. Foohey, one of Drainage Con
tractors and manager of the big
dredge boat catting through the
Island, was In Butler the last of the
week and Informed as that thev
wonld croes the slongh out of the
Island In a few days and thoee desir
ing to visit the boat could 1o en hv
following the Butler and Rich Hill
road to riepr Brush Mound The
ditch will be cat near the foot of that
mound and drain t ruby mound lke.
"Hurray" for Posey O unty, "In-
nanar That' where 'Si-T halls
from, and she is coming with her
company ot dancers. Joke tellers and
fiddlers to let light on a recent trip
tne Duncn made to nm xwk. Thev
say that It's the funniest ever. "81s"
has always proven a big card locally,
bat indications point to her new
show as being he bt she ha offer
ed. Ills ra"ed "SI In New York"
and. will be nt the Butler Opr
Home Friday, Nov. 8 h.
Bt. W, H. Wlaiis who baa dons
aviDmiuttf. i ...i.
bir n. G. cturcn tron ts loth ta
thtcllhUcciti. ' .
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t
coevinoKT ie4 ev
HUM. NATHAN PISCHIS S
Get our Prices on
Trunks and Suit Cases.
Some miners out hunting on ths
San Miller farm, yesterday, while
snooting at some quails inflicted
Sretty severe Injuries on one ot Mr.
tiller's horses, the shot striking the
animal in the lace and legs. Mr.
Miller lives on the Myra Falor land
west of Panama, and our informant,
Mr. I P. Kefanver, says the farmers
ot that whole section are posting
their farms against hunters Rich
Hill Review.
Sam'l Jamison and wife, ot Jeffer
son City, are on a tew days' visit to
the family of Jno. W. Jamison.
Sam, like his brother, is a staunch
Democrat and a good man a better
man. physically than his brother.
He has been located at the State
capital for many years and knows
nearly all the prominent men of the
state who have occasion to visit
there, and especially those who made
permanent headquarters at the big
stone hotel. Rich Bill Review.
While in Clinton renewing old
acquaintances, W. A. Vest called at
this office, Saturday, and had the
Eye sent to his address at Spruce, in
Bates county. He and his wife were
the guests of Capt. Shelden, and
they had a fide visit, meeting many
of tbelr old friends they had not
seen for about 8 years, that being
the time when they left Clinton
Eye.
While P. M. Miller and Frank Park
er, the 12-year old son of J. Parker,
were driving near Shobetown, their
horse became frightened and run
away. The occupants not being
able to control the horse, It ran di
rectly toward a deep cut. Seeing
that they wonld plunge Into it,
Frunk jumped, breaking his arm at
tin wrist Mr Miller went over the
embankment with th) horse, but was
uuhuit Revew.
It Is noticeable In Butler that on
November 1st enr merchants, bright
and erly, bad their clerks wanning
tnelr front windows. Hot tbat it Is
an unuual occurrence for our mer
chants to clean up their fronts, but
not on tne 1st tbe other eleven
months. On Hallowe'en the depre
dations by cutups was confined
principally to writing on windows
and doors, few appropriate, bnt all
hnmerons. As a rule our merchants
tok It all good naturedly, most of
them remembering that they were
hoys themeeives, not so very long
ago-
Frank McElrov, of Globe. Arlsona.
who has been In tbe county several
weeks visiting his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. McElroy, was a pleasant
caller tbe last of tie week. Frank
says htsftmily areenj rvlng excellent
health, since they went to Arlsona
last spring. He Is not certain of
staying there, nnless he finds some
thing better to his liking hs will im
prove . his land In Texas and maks
his home there. He says ths section
of Arlsona around Globe Is a mining
and sheep ralt-ing country. He
thinks there is big money in sheep
raising in tnai country.
John H. Barber returned from La
mar, Colorado, the first of the week.
where he bad been spending several
months with nls daughter. Mrs Mllo
Hill. He is well pleased with that
country and says tbat Mr. and Mrs.
Hill are well located and doing fine.
He expects to return In the spring to
make bis home. Mr. Barber is one
of the early settlers of Butler, com
ing here right after the war when bat
few houses were In the Iowa. He was
deputy sheriff under John Atkison.
He met Wilson and Clark Shay, and
All Cobb all doing weH.
. Arch Lewis was In ths last of ths
wesk'and ordered Tbi Truss to the
address of his mother, Mrs. Ella
Lewis, at Amoret. Arch, together
with E T. Barge and Burr Moon,
returned horn last week, from a
three months' ' trip through tbe
wheat fields of North Dakota and
CaaadaTBrsald in haying they got
$1.75 per day, harvesting $2 60 and
threshing 3 to 3 60. The boys
saved their money and each brought
back a nice little bank aceonnt.
Arch Lewis Is. well pleased with that
country and ys it Is his Intention
t), ntzn to Canada In lbs spring
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' Our Mens Suits and Overcoats
$5.00 to $25.00
Youths Suits and Overcoats ""
$4.00 to $15.00
Boys Suits and Overcoats
$3.00 to $10.00
Childrens Suits and Overcoats
$1.50 to $6.00
GOOD CLOTHES AT A LOW
PRICE.
JOE MEYER'S
THE CLOTHIER.
J. T. Staten, a prominent cltlien
ot Shelbyvllle, Ky., was vleltlng his
sister, Mrs. W. H. Browning, the
first ot tbe week. J udge J.N. Staten ,
of Vernon county, a double cousin,
being the offspring ot the marriage
of two brothers with two slaters,
came np Tuesday and spent the day
with them.
Ladlne, the pretty little two year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Basil
Culver.was badly scalded on Monday
morning by tailing Into a bucket of
hot water. She was scalded about
the back and arms in a frightful
manner, but the burns were not deep
and no serious results are anticipa
ted. She was given prompt medical
attention.
The force under E. L. Rucker, sec
tion foreman of the Missouri Pacific,
received notice last, week ot an In
crease In wages from $1 40 to f I 50
per day. The raise went Into effect
October 1. Mr. Rucker has nine men
under him, and they are doing good
work putting in new ties and improv
ing the roadbed. S. H. Carson, fore
man of the extra gang, has a force
of about fifteen men and several
teams widening and ditching the
grade near Rinehart. Mets Times.
J. O. Griffin, a member of the
South West Missouri Drummers As
soclatlon, was in Butler the last of
tbe week on business and Incident ly
doing some missionary work f ir
that association. There are fourteen
traveling men who make tbelr homes
In Butler. The drummers as a rule
are a jolly set of whole-soul fellows,
are progressive and want to see
things move. Such an organization
will be a big thing for South West
Mo., for they all take great pride In
their section and do not hesitate to
advertise it abroad.
Oglesby and Wtghtman "inspect
ed" the Clinton Line yesterday, from
the rear of a special train. The peo
ple along the line are having lots of
fan out of tbe "inspection" of the
Frisco. The train was scheduled to
go to Grandvlew from Kansas City,
about 14 miles, but which the com
missioners stated was about 50
miles, at a speed of 15 miles an hour.
It whirled the distance at a speed of
40 miles In order to convince the In
spectors tbat the track was In good
condition. At this rate the telegraph
poles looked like so many fence rails
and no doubt ths railway company
will be given axlean bill ot health.
Osceola Democrat.
These Cold Days
MADE FOR. U3 BY
Peters
Shoe Col
ScLouia
mm
ssi m - va.
The chill north winds, the rain and the snow
call for good shoes or doctor bills. Good shoes are
much cheaper than doctor bills, especially so if
you get a pair of our Peters' Diamond Brands.
They're made from
by expert shoemakers and are sewed with strong
waxed linen or silk thread. The soles are cork
filled, thus enabling the shoes to keep the feet
warm and dry,
uome ana see our
buy your next pair of shoes.
I
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The live stock market last week
had a downward tendency, and It
looked lor awhile like sheep, cattle,
males and horses would take a big
slump, but it later rallied and the
prices are not much below what they
were when the fin metal scare occur
red. The Chic
Dull Velvet Calf
Button Boot
Neat Swing
Narrow Toe
A
Style, Shape. Service and Com
fort are built into each Florsheim
Shoe. The best and most expen-
sive materials, the most scientifio
workman are employed, that is
why the Florsheim is a good shoe.
!
Poffenbarger &
Douglass.
JrJ,JrJ,
Mayor Johnson Wins.
Cleveland, Nov. 5. Tom L John
son was re-elected mayor of Cleve
land to-day by a majority of prob
ably 3,000. Representative Theo
dore Burton, the Republican nomi
nee, has conceded Johnson's election.
for Good Footwaer
best assorted leathers
"Diamonds before you
LOO
1 4fh
11 CT BY

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