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I VCL. XXXI. BUT LEE, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 19C9. NO. 19 3 " "' r- vX i I n 0 1 71 ex4 Week FIRST SHOWING OF Spring - Offerings "REGALS" For Men and Women 22 SHAPES 7 LEATHERS Your Style, Size and Width is HERE HIRAM NICHOLS SHOE COMPANY, The Big Shoe Store." Virginia. A well dressed man passed through Park Town Saturday he yelled hello to Aaron. "I read your Steam" he sald,"and they are read in Chicago." "A&rorrtoldhlarihoy were read world wide, "Yes sir" he eali "that wa? right." The man never halted i.ui passed on out cl view. Aaron doee not know from what fair cllmo he hailed or what leautiful lund he was headed for. Aaron thinks It is won derful that persons that read his items in other lauds when passing through Park Town th?y recogniz Aaron at sight, If it does happen sometimes to be young Aaron. Dow Wolff, of Kansas City, reach ed Park Town Sunday morning to spend the day with his parents A I). Tuttle brought him from Butler. Since he was here last he has been iu several cities In Illinois and In St. Louis, Mo. lie returned to the City Monday. Miss lUehel Pork has been on the elek llt-t tor several days. Mrs. Orville SatterWe was on the sick list Saturday. Dr. Smith was call-d. We see that the women lost out at the debate Friday night at Concord We have not learned by whatnuthur ity men have the right to vote and not women. Women stand at the head of every moral movement, women are the stay of the church in every department of moral reform, they are the head of the missionary work tending the Gospel to the heathen lands bettering their condi tions, the greater mass of teachers In our public schools and the larger number of teachers in onr Sabbath Schools are women Parents send their daughters to college to educate them and yet they have not got sense enough to vote. We believe th"j could not worst the govern tnent if they were allowed to vote -mil the men stay at home. We don't MlWe they would keep 600 saloons tt the capital. Rev. Sheldon tilled his appointment Ht the ChrlMinn church Sabbath. Uma Park Is puttlug in his time training his flue drlvirg horse this "pell. An anxious mother was 'phoneing uround Monday aforonoon in search of her son. Boys should not go to -,e their girls when the roads are bad. Geo. Crook was called by 'phone Monday afternoon to come to New Home to see his mother who was taken very sick Monday morning. Monday night Dr. Roads of Foster 'phoned Mrs. J H Park that her mother had a slight paralytic stroke in her feet. Aaron received a letter from Mrs George Pilgrim, of Cantarla, Cal, 23 tulles from Mount bhaeta wuere snow is sen the whole year. Mount Shasta is 14 414 feet high. She Is also within 2 ndlesof Shasta Springs. She-says that The I imes Is as a let ter every week from her old home. Emanuel Nestlerode htis the rheu matism very bad and Is confined to his bed Dr. Smith was called Sab bath night about midnight. - Mrs. Guy-Park-and daughter, of Quiucy, 111 , are visiting her mother-in-law and father-in law, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Park. The little grand daughter will have a good time with her grand parents. Jake Jundy was reported worse Tuesday morning. R. T. Judy went to Kansus(ity lust Sabbath to see his son, Earnest, nnd hear Gipsy Smith talk. The teachers of Charlotte township have arranged to hold their spelling contest in the Methodist church at LEDDD D si dl y We sq ip THE ONLY Exclusive Ready-to-Wear Department IN THE CITY IN LADIES SPRING SUITS, "ROYAL" WAISTS, SKIRTS and JACKETS Direct from the New York Manufacturers. NOTHING LIKE THEM IN THE CITY. Ladies Suits from... $12.00 to $30.00 Ladies Waists from 48c to $8.50 Spring Jackets from $3.50 to $12.50 We invite you to see them. sS MFC. CO 1 Lew -Ladles- - Spring Oxfords Virginia on Saturday. March 13th. at two o'clock p.m. It Is expected tnat svery school In the township III furnish three contestants. Prof. It. W. Maxey has consented to do the pronouncing. Admission Is free and everybody cordially Invited to attend. To our many friends nnd neighbors who were so kind during the sickness and death of our dearoue we express our deepest thanks. May the Lord bless yon all. Mrs J. F. Wiiixehy axu Chilukkx. Death ok Joe T. Whixery. He was born In Ohio Nov. 12th 1843, died at his home In Homer township Tuesday, Feb. 2-'lrd, at one p. m. He had been sick tor a long time, the last time he was off the place was In November. His health had been falling tor several years but he kept at work until last fall he had to (ult and remain In the house. Joe V ulnery and his brother James came to Bates county InlbllT and settled one mile south of A more t where they lived In a tent. He was married to Miss Louisa Crutg lu April 1809, to this union six children were born .') girls and 3 boys, one boy died years ago. Mrs. Jennie Gorden oK)klnhoma was here to see ber father in January but was called home In February on account of the elckneBS ol one of her children, Mrs. Sadie Coulter of Col., came In Jan. and stayed with her father until he died, Joe Jr Is living on the o. ltubel farm, Willie and Miss Mary nre at home. The i hlldreu were all pres ent at his death except Mrs. Jennlo Uurden. Joe 1. hlnery was a kind lushand and father to his children. When he andils brother came hero they wett Into the sheep and cattle raising and done well for years, but sheen dvlng, urlecs falling oft brought reverses to them. He was a well posted man and well hit .rmed on the history of his country, with the power of mind he possessed had he turned it to craft he would have been a rich man. He stood w ith us in our medal contest and had all his children take active part In them. He often told me thnt they were the st educators for young people he ever saw, while parents that belong to church refused their children to take part In a caune that Is now moving the world. His mother died when he wae about ten years old nnd he has had to combat with the un friendly world until his death. His brother Jim died about S years ago. Funeral services were conducted tit the house by Uev. Shelton of the Christian church with appropriate remarks ns to his mental ability and kind husband and father. Joe T. Whinery will be remembered by manv- tils ooov was una o tpbi in the Mulberry cemetery. A axon b s- w .FrT,nh' hf a0111- The Notice of Special School Elec- night. Un account ox bad roads keeps the country people from at tending. Gus Trussell has purchased the barber shop ol Harley Imel on 6th street. Gus is a first-class barter as well as a jolly good fellow tion to Increase the Levy. Notice U tat-nli? given to the iiialilltl rot- j cm or School IHatrlct No. onr (I), townahlp 1 fort; 4(i), rang thirty-one (ll), In butler, j Miaaourl, known aa the Butler Public vbool i Uiatrict; tint at the regular annual election of lit niatrlcl, 10 ue briil at the regular Uni( ireclocta in the tanm on tor nth day or April, llarlcv Imel. Hugh Hair. .Nute and ... i.r.i r, ..r..i ,h.i..i ,ul Jess Hannamon left Mondav for , lutmiit to the quaiidej voter or the .am a m u , ir"tltlon In Invreaat the annual rate or lata- luuruu, armnia, u ruw uu w ta.ii ll0ll for huoi i.tirtHwea. In aal.UMalr . t. llfu ( cent on the one hundred dollar valuation, aa irovule. In m-clton '',", Hevlae.l Statute of the Mate of aliaaourl (or IW'.i At hIiu-Ii aald elei'tlun there will alao he eleetetl twotlirectora to aerve a term of three yeara. My order of the Hoard of Itlrectora of aa? School OUirict. Ihia t-t'bruary Jii, 1'U. T. ('. nirt.w Ha, President. Attiat: W. O. An -, Sei retary. I Ilia it the aaiue h y thai I now In fore, nothing additional. 1-M the countrv. We hope the boys won't loose any of their eyes looking for work before they return home. Dinah. W. A. McKlroy and wife, who have been spending the winter at Ulver side, California, returned home Mon-doy. Foster Notes. John Harper shipped a car load of hogs from this place Friday. Doe Arbogast came home from Carthage, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walne Clark visited at Butler tor a few days with Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ueckadon. Mrs. Helle Guile, of Aragonla, Sum ner county, Kan., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hall Webb, and family. Mrs. George Price died at her home in Scammon, Kansas, Feb. 21, after an Illness of only a few days. Her remains were taken to Mountserrat, Johnson county, Mo., her old home, for burial. Mrs. Price formerly lived in Foster, where she is well known to our people here, who will regret to learn of her deatn. &ne leaves a nus band and two children to mourn her loss. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roberts, Feb. 24th, a boy. Joe won't have to hire a band now. I Dr. Rhodes was called In Saturday to see Mrs. Richard Grant, who was very sick. Etq Vlntle Davis has resigned his position at the Holland mine to at tend the protracted meeting that Is going on at the M. E. Church. How ever, we don't believe his resignation was all together to attend church. We think he has a political bee in his hat and will rnn tor the office of City Marshal this spring. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Swarens left Fri day evening for Kansas City. Mrs. Bessie McFealy, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goodwin, returned to ber home In Nevada Thursday. W. W. Russell, who has been In poor health this winter, is still con fined to the house. His many friends would be glad to see him on our streets once mors. Foster don't seem like It need to be without him. - The township board met Saturday and appointed roadeeers: District No. 1, F. N. Klnon; District No. 2, James Bush; District No. 3, John Lee and District No. 4, C. E. West. The Democrats of Walnut town ship will hold their convention March 13 for the purpose of nominating a township ticket. The protracted meeting commenc ed Tuesday night at the 11. E. Church The Great Majestic Range AND CooEdimg OemomstfiratfDQini March 8 to 13 Everybody invited. Special invitation to the ladies. Prof. J. Becker, the world's greatest chef, will give special demonstrations and lectures on cooking jduring this week. Hot Biscuits and Coffee Will be Served to Ml FREE With every MAJESTIC KANGE sold (lurinc this week we will give absolute ly FREE one set COOKING WAKE Worth ' $7,50 WWlr -..-y.v fry. f 4. i On Thursday Afternoon Between 2 and 3 O'clock Prof. Becker will make his Majestic Walking cake, a cake 20 inches square and 6 inches high. After be ing baked the cake will be placed beneath a board upon which twenty ladies are invited to stand. It like "truth crushed, will rise again," and will then be served to the ladies present. I'.", JA jgfftTwALKlNG -S3 MAJESTIC Don't forget the time and place. CENCIH1 IBE5(D)9 HARDWARE Southeast Corner Square. Butler, Missouri. i v. :J ; ... ? a? ! , . . r.v.