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Yoinncjj Men Will find this store the one to supply their wants in Up-To-Date Clothes Hart, Schaffner y Marx $18.00 to $30.00 Collegian, for young men $15.00 to $20.00 Clothcraft $10.00 to $20.00 ALL WOOL We are the original ALL WOOL STORE. WE ARE SHOWING Spring Walk-Overs American Clothing Mouse ON THE CORNER-CENTER OF TOWN. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. Get our prices before you buy. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. Charles Grape, on Bailor No. 5, Is a new subscriber. Rev. J. B. Mayfleld, pastor of the Christian church, was laid up last week with a severe "spell." New spring suits lor Easter. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. J as. Harrison who owns a fine farm southwest of Butler, favored us pleasantly while 1 the city Monday. New spring suits for him. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. Fred Yeoman, of Butler, was mar rled to Miss Llddle Feeman, at the St. Ledger church, In Germantown last week. New spring suits, men and boys. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. Clark Hays favored us with remit tance for renewal from Pocasset, Okla., where he is engaged In busi ness. New spring suits, wedding clothes. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. Jos. L. Ghere, a substantial farmer and popular citizen, of Lone Oak, was a pleasant caller and favored us with renewal. New spring suits Greens & Smokes. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. Prof. Stephen Smith and Frank Grosshart, representing Mingo in the county convention, were pleasant callers on Monday. New spring suits from Baltimore. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. T. C. Robinson orders his paper changed from Syrague to Fulton, Ind., where his next work on county maps Is to be done. New spring suits prices right. Black t Arnold Clothing Co. Jndge Jno. J. March was a pleas ant caller, while In the city Monday representing his township in the Democratic convention. New spring suits latest shades. Black Sl Arnold Clothing Co. Oar old friend A. M. Famallnerhas moved from his farm on the Virginia road, to the residence property he recently purchased In Butler. ll (-4 i mi til hi i . Dr. T. C. Boulware spent several dnys the last of the week at St Joseph with his son, John, who Is attending school in that city. New spring suits all wool. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. Miss Ola Guyton went to Kinsas City Saturday to visit friends for a (ew days, she will go from thereto visit her sister, Mrs. Beach, at Buck ner, Mo. New spring clothes, "High Art." Black & Arnold Clothing Co. Clyde McFarland sold William Mo Kinty two extra fine spans of draft hones on Thursday. The horses were shipped to New York City, Mr. McKlnty's home. New spring suits tailor made. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. J. A. Meredith, of Chauute, Kan sas, and Miss Ruby A. Groves, were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Groves, in Adrian, on February 14th. New spring suits latest styles. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. Mrs. N. A. Ayers orders her paper changed from Shreveport to Dubber ley, La. Mr. Ayers Is president of the Ayers Lumber - Compauy, a wealthy corporation of that state. Everett N. Ewln, son of Chas. S. Ewln, representing Wldber 4. War ner, wholesale jewelers, of Kansas City, was In Butler on Monday see ing the merchants, and visiting his parents. w w . . W 11 TT airs Monroe aiorreii, oi numet presented the Telephone with a copy of the New York Herald, dated April 15th, 18G5, and contained the de tails of assassination of President Lincoln. Carl Henry and Miss Nellie Austin, DeWitt C. Chastaln and Miss Naomi Smith, went to Kansas City Satur day to hear "Gipsy" Smith, the English evangelist, at the Conven tion Hall. Chas. 8. Ewln is letting his friends know that he would appreciate the Democratic nomination for township trustee of Mt. Pleasant. Charley is true-blue, would make a good as sessor, and it will take a strong man to beat him. LATEST STYLES Step and see the nobbiest pine of Mens, Boys' and Children's Suits in town. . Joe THE CLOTHIER. JI Tbt VAN DTK E Ederheimer, Stein tc Co, MAKUI W. S. James, cashier Farmers Bank at Foster, was attending to business before the probate court on Monday, lie was also a delegate from Walnut township to the county convention. Prof. William Dillon, who was a delegate from his township to the County Democratic Convention on last Monday, ordered The Timer to his daughter, Mrs. Pearl Knight, at Kiowa, Okla. James E. Bartlett was a pleasant caller and favored us with renewal. Mr. Bartlett is a native son of Bates county. Hii father, the late E. Bart lett was a Judge of the county court In the early seventies. J. J. and Albert W. Fischer, promi nent young German farmers of southeast Bates, sons of the late John Fischer, were pleasant callers while in Butler Wednesday. The following ticket was nomlnat ed by the Democrats of Mingo town ship last Saturday: Trustee, G. W. Hart; constable and collector, W. M. Aker; clerk and assessor, S. M. Berry; justices of the peace, A. B. Ramsey and J. W. Hedge. John Wright announces for asses sor of Mt. Pleasant township. Mr Wright Is an old citizen, a good man, has a splendid Idea of values and will make a very acceptable candi date and a number one assessor. AT ONCE: We want an energetic man or woman to take care of our subscription Interests In Butler and vicinity. Permanent place and good money to hustler. We train you In the work before starting Hamp ton's Magazine, Sales Department, New York The members of the B. Y. P. U. very pleasantly surprised their pas tor, Rev. A. B. Elsey, Saturday night by suddenly appearing at his home on North Main street and presenting to him a handsome book-case as evi dence of their appreciation and es teem. About fifty young people were present and the evening was spent in music and games. Light refresh ments were served. The B. Y. P. D. Is a flourishing organization under present favorable conditions NEWEST FABRICS In 37. Suite Mrs. W. Glee, wi'e of Dr. Cllne, died at their home In Appleton City Wednesday last after an lllnossfx tending over a period of a year, Kith rheumatism. She was an old resi dent of that city aud a most estima ble lady. New spring goods at Hill's Cash Store. Jas. B. Ltpe recently made a trip ) through Oklahoma and liked Ike country so well that he concluded to sell out here and locate there. He met Hoeea Ellis at Big Cablu, to! which place ho moved about a year j ago. Mr. Ellis Is doing well. j See the new 50c silks that we are 1 celling at aOe-UUi's Cash Store. j The Uarrlsonvllle Democrat re- j ports Dr. W til Angle who was recent-1 ly brought from Guymon, Okla, critically ill, as in a fair way to re cover. He is a brother of Jas. R Ingle of Butler and was formerly one of the physicians at the Nevada Asylum. Beautiful new spring fabrics for costumes and waists await you at Hill's Cash Store. The wild man with an ax and gun, , who had been terrorizing the farmers ! of the north part of Johnson county, i was finally surrounded in a barn and j was forced to give op because of the j excessive cold weather. He proved ! to be an escaped convict from the St. j Joseph asylum. New 15e wash goods only 10c at ' Hill's Cash Store. 1 Fred Cecil, Charley West aud J. W. j Darby, representing Walnut town ship in the county convention, called j to "josh ' the editor Monduy. The train time on the Interstate Is very I bad for that section. These gentle- j men had to come over Sunday ev&n-: ing and stuy till Tuesday morning. See those Roll Top Desks and Book j Cases at Richard's on south side square. It ! In spite of the almost Impassable conditions of the roads, every town ship in the county except the two ex treme south east corner ones, Hud son and Rockvllle, were represented at the county convention Monday, which, we pause to remark, speaks volumes for the loyalty of those splendid Democrats. On account of my health I would like to sell my stock of goods, con sisting of Second Hand, and new Furniture, Stoves, Musical goods, etc. Box 83, Butler, Mo. It. We were complimented on Monday by a pleasant call from Dr. Lusk, whole taking a post graduate course at the Kansas City Medical College. Dr. Lusk spent Saturday and Sun day with his family at Nyhart. lie is interested in the passage of a bill regulating the practice of medicine In the state and will probably go to Jefferson City this week. J. A. Neal was brought to Or. Foster's office on Friday, with the side of his face cut open and several of his teeth fractured. Mr. Neal was cutting wood, and the ax struck au overhanging limb of a tree, causing it to deflect and strike him In the face. A number of stitches were re quired to patch up his face and the broken molars were removed by Dr. Foster. The Kansas City Star noting the divorce trial of Sat ah B. Ochsner, a former Bates county girl against her husband, Joseph A. Ochsner, quotes from her testimony as follows: "He compelled me to work in the fields as a farm hand. After doing my field work, I have to do the housework, milk the cows and deliver milk to customers." It is needless to add that she got her divorce. The row raised by Rev. J. N Crutcher against the Confederate Home very properly petered out. The only substantiated charge was that the aged and Infirm veterans were occasionally given a drink of whiskey under very strict medical survellance. This the pin headed Crutcher was bent on magnifying Into an unpar donable sin. The sober, sound, com mon sense of the public quickly sizes np a pestiferous fellow like Crutcher. Clinton Democrat. The Democratic party of Missouri has steadily and constantly worked to reduce the rate of taxation. Some times it required skimping and sav ing for the State to keep within its Income, but it was always done somehow. It has remained for the new Republican executive to suggest an increase of taxation. Are the people of Missouri prepared to fol low Pennsylvania and other Repub lican state in excessive taxation that is in itself an Incentive to die honesty In office? Clinton Demo- rn i ll w m u im sainrnav Februarwth We will offer Combination BOOK CASES at the following prices: $22.50 Case for $19.00 19.00 Case for 16.00 18 00Case for 5.50 10.00 Case for 3,50 15.00 Case for I2.5Q 11.00 Cast for Q.00 10.00 Case for 8.00 . 14.00 Ladies' Writing Desk for ,0o 10.00 Ladies' Writing Desk for 8,00 All Rugs, Lace Curtairis and Mattings at Cost. A, H, CULVER FURNITURE CO Headquarters for Good Furniture. Mrs. Ueorge Monilea foil on the! slippery sidewalk Monday and sun- j talned a concussion of the brain. She j was taken home and given proper I medical treatment at;d is at present resting as well a could be expected. Her injury is not considered serious. Merwin Clipper. Mens 1 1 2.1 fancy dress shirts only j i oc at Mill s tasn More. James Bennett and family moved to Bates county this week where he has leased a large farm aud will en gage largely in stock raising and farming. While we regret to see them leave here we wish them abun dant success and contentment In their new home. Luthrop Monitor Herald. Mens f 3 00 and fi 50 shoes for $2 25 at Hill's Cash Store. C. F. Lent, wife aud two children are visiting Mrs. Lent's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Emery, south west of Butler. Their home Is in Cando, North Dak. They have been on a visit to Mr. Lent's mother in Kay county, Okla., and stopped over here on their way back home. Mr Lent was apleasant caller at The Times office on Saturday and favor ed us with reuewal. j 12V! whirling for 10c nt I1II1V Cash Store. Opal Scott, the 12 year old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Scott, died at their home, on Pine street early Sunday morning. She had been suf fering several weeks with rheumatism, which effected her heart. She was a bright, winsome little girl and the parents and relatives have the sym pathy of the community. Rev. Vlv Ion couducted the funeral services on Monday and interment was In Oak Hill cemetery. When looking Xor bargains in mus lin underwear see our line. All new and fresh Hill's Cash Store. C. W. Board, of Okunah, Okla , was In Butler the first of the week, completing the transfer papers to his farm in Deep Water township, which he recently sold. Mr. Board is Recorder of his county, and was a member of the Constitutional Con vention of Oklahoma. Be Is a brainy young man and has certainly made good in that new country. He said the negro question with them is a serious problem, as It is In all south era states. Mr. Board is a loyal friend and supporter of Governor Haskell, and believes the efforts be ing made by the Governor's enemies to kill him off will prove abortive. O- "W- KODAKS, LOWNEY'S CANDIES Mandy Lee Incubators and Brooders Stock and Poultry.Foods Rubber Goods C. TV. Hess PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST, BUTLER - MISSOURI It was reported last week that Wilbur Dugau was very low at Ltts Vegas, New Mexico, aud the Elks Lodge of this city, of which he is a member, decided to send for liiiu and bilng l.lm home, lie was reported much betdr later uud will remain there as long as the climate is ben eficial. Beautiful new embroideries at Hill's Cash Store. Mrs. Joe Mclntyre, wife of a prom inent fanner of Ileury county, com mitted suicide last week by drowning In Big Creek. She broke through the thin ice aud her body whs recovered SOU feet below the place where th) entered, the next day. She was about tifty years old aud was In 111 health. 75c Table damask for 05c at Hill's Cash Store. Chas. E. Bool, of Danforth, Illinois, and E. E Bool, of Amsterdam neigh borhood, were pleasant callers the last of the week, and both favored us with renewal. The Boot Is a prominent German family of Illinois and well supplied with this world's goods. Young Mr. E E. Hool looks after their interests in this county ana i nas ij. comes oui occasionally to kinder super vine and advise. Beet value in new dress goods ever shown over any counter at Hill's Cash Store. Rev. W. W. Guinn favored us pleasantly while In Butler Tuesday. Rev. Guinn located In West Point township In 18G9. He was the first Democrat elected to a township of fice, that of trustee, after the war. He began taking The Times In 1878 and has never missed an issue In the thirty-one years. He is ever a loyal Democrat, a broad-miuded, broad guaged citizen and a credit to the great county of Bates. QVti toweling at 5c-Hlll's Cash Store. The Missouri Agricultural college said to have guaranteed the state legislature that for an annual appro priation of 110,000 it will save the farmers from 1 to 5 million dollars every year. They have a vaccine for hog cholera that is Bald to be all right and If it can be perfected and made practical for so small a sum as 10,000 per year it would be foolish In the Missouri legislators not to take up with the offer. It Is claimed that only the hogs that are seriously sick will die with cholera after being inoculated with this virus. Mall and Breeze. HEdLess crat. 1