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Avert Hair Vlaor proourthr destroys ih that cause falling hair. H anartshc the bull restores than to health. The ku npulrjr. Dandruff Ayers Hair Vigor Just u promptly destroys the om that cause dandruff, it umim every b Ace of dandruff itself, and keeps UkC scair acaa ana u a Deauo eoodiuoa. Does not Color the Hair We wish you to positively and distinctly understand that Ayer's Hair Vigor does not affect the color of the hair, even to the slightest degree. Persons with the whitest or the lightest and most delicate blond hair may use it freely without having the hair made a shade darfcer. InCTpdipntS : Sulphur. Glycerin. Qutoa. Sodium Chlerid. 5 ' CaoMuam. Sac. Akokoi. Water. Perfume Show this formula to your doctor. Ask him what he thinks of It J C ATT (YwWY T,ewM. Mftas. FARM FURROWS. last year, will be sure to have the j rsrmer and Stockman I cutxi. j Threshing is about finished for this ! Jack Frost nt considered a wel j fall. Dry weather and good roads j come visitor, but remember he is on j are great helps in hurrying this work our side in the final ttle with the alone. Shreddinor porn is th ni I lues. Bates County Poultry Show. The Bates County Poultry Associa tion will hold its first annual show January 20, 27, 28, 1911. E. C. Branch, one of the best judges of poultry in the country, has been se cured by the association to act as judge, and his presence insures cor rect scoring for all entries. If you have any chickens or other poultry that you wish scored bring them in and remember that if they score well up, you have increased their price' very much and created a demand for their eggs at good prices; so look over your stock and select some for this show, for your own benefit as for the credit of Bates county. The, charge for entries is small, only ten cents per fowl, and admission to the show is free. The association is of-' fering good premiums, so be sure and get in the list and don't fail to become a member of the association; it only costs you a dollar a year. You can pay to or get information from ! any of the following members of the association: J. R. Mooney, A. S. Milhorn, S. W. ;Dooley, V. D. McCollough, Mrs. Frank Allen, Miss Austin Rosser, A. ! Sleeth, M. R. Lyle, C. A. Burgess, J. J. McKee, Carpenter, Shafer Mfg. Co., S. Levy Merc. Co., W. Hupp Son, Henry White, T. J. Day, Farm ers Bank, Mrs. M. A. Allison, Mrs. II. M. Mahaffcy, A. E. Ellis, Rich Hill; Frank Allen, A. 0. Yeomans, A. E. Glass, Harrisonville; Elva Church, F. A. Clayton, Hume; Mrs. B. F." Richards, Bert Allen, T. E. Quisen berry. Mrs. A. R. Guyton, Sec'y. steam rig job and in this work dry weather is evep more necessary. We quite often hear farmers say that cattle will eat shredded corn fod der even if it is mouldy. This may be true. Cattle will eat almost any thing if driven to it by hunger, but making beef and butter fat for the owner is out of the question if they do not receive proper food and plenty of it It Saved His Leg. "All thought I'd lose my leg," writes J. A. Swcnsen, of Watcrtown, Wis. "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors could not cure, had at last laid me up. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it, sound and well." In fallible for skin eruptions, eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever sores, burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at F. T. Clay's. CHARLEY BEARD AUCTIONEER 0- , r 7 V y.xirK (I,! . if -WK; ti. ... -'. s BUTLER, MO. Having a wide acquaintance with farmers and stockmen and being thoroughly familiar with the quality and breeding of stock and prices of the same, and hav ing made a majority of the larg est and best sales in this section, as also having been connected with some of the largest sales in the state, gives me a thorough knowledge and experience of the sales business. If you are thinking of making a public sale, it will pay you to employ an auctioneer who has been tested, one who has had many years of solid experience and has given the different methods of the sales business a very careful study. A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCED AUCTION EER MEANS DOLLARS TO YOU ON SALE DAY. Send for me or ask for my free booklet of complete instruc tions as to how a public sale should be arranged for and adver tised. Terms reasonable. See or write me for dates. WRITE, OR PHONE 53 AT MY EXPENSE Percheron Stallions, Mares, & Fillies , $".-tr FflT Colo A'1 registered stock IUI OdlG i invite inspection of this stock, as it will com pare with any of the kind in the United States. All of my horses are bred from import ed stock and are top notchers. If you buy from home parties you always have a recourse if it is not as represented. Farm three miles notheast of Butter. Telephone 4 on 125. The Walton Trust Company, Butler, nissouri Capital .. $55,000.00 Surplus Fund and Und. Profits... $87,500. 00 Always has money to loan at lowest interest rates. We own and keep up with the records a com plete Abstract ol Title to all the land and town lots in Bates county. Will furnish reliable ab stracts on short notice. Issues Time Deposit Certificates payable in six or twelve months, bearing five per cent interest. NOTHING SAFER. The Walton Trust Company has the largest surplus Jund and undivided profit account, making It the STRONGEST FINANCIAL IN STITUTION IN BATES COUNTY. - YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Frank Allen. Secy. C. A. Allen. Asst Secy, Wm. E. Walton. Pres. Frank. M. Voris. Vice-Pres. Many of the best dairymen never milk their cows entirely dry the first few times after they come in fresh in order to prevent milk fever. I have never seen an explanation of why this will prevent milk fever, but the practice is so general among good dairymen that it is a pretty good rule to follow. Ground can be plowed when it is dry and hard and the majority seem to think that this is better for the crops, but there are very few plow men who feel sorry when a good rain has soaked the soil so that one team can do as much as two did before. The man who believes foxtail makes good hay should be a cow for 30 days and have foxtail for break fast, dinner and supper. A little chinch bug fodder would taste mighty good at the end of that time. I am going to keen more vounc : sows and fewer old ones this year, ' i contrary to the advice given in many , farm papers I take. For three years it has been my experience that young sows did the best. Last year three old sows not old either in number of years flunked completely for me, iand gave scarcely enough milk for the ordinary sized litters they far rowed. Hogologists might say it was the way the sows were fed, but the young sows were fed in the same i way and raised their litters in fine j shape. I If every farmer would spend a i little more money for oil and a little more time in putting it where it is needed, I am satisfied the machinery : bill would not be so great as it is on jmany a farm. It is one thing to ; squirt oil into an oil cup and quite an ', other thing to see that the bearing is getting the oil. A friend of mine writes that he has lived 60 years, but has just found out 11 1a nui me wuik in uie ueius mat scares young people away from the -farms and makes old peopl retire as much as it is the everyday chores and right here is where a little head work and cash will right things. Plan to make the buildings and yards as convenient as possible and quite often the drudgery of the farm will be done away with. There is still time to cut the weeds and brush along the roadsides where there is any danger of their blocking the roads with snow next winter. While tile drainage has reclaimed thousands of acres of marsh lands and has been of great value in drain ing out low spots in the fields it should be remembered that it is waste of time and money to try to tile drain any place where a permanent outlet is not assured. The King drag bubble seems to be more or less busted. We hardly ever see one now unless it is where the owner is getting so much per day for doing the dragging. There are many different ways of drying seed corn that has been picked early, all of which are good if they are put into actual use. Aids Nature The great success ol Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery in curing weak stomachs, wasted bodies, weak lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, it based oa the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with body-building, tissue-repairing, muscle-making materials, in coo dented and concentrated form. With this help Nature food, build up the body and thereby throw off lingering obstinate coughs. 1 no "Discovery" rt-estaoiunes tn digestive and nutritive organs in sound health, purines and enriches the blood, and nourishes tha nerves in . short establishes sound vigorous health. ' roar dernier often aometblnt "oaf id," tt to probably better FOR HIM It paya bettor. Bmt yarn are thlnklui ot tha core mot tha profit, theft mothlni "lust ma good" tor you. Say mo. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, Med loin Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised up-to-date Edition, paper-bound, sent for 21 one-cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing jr. Cloth-bound, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pieroe, Buffalo, N. Y. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY. Toledo, 0. We, the undcrsitrned. have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 vears. and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. aiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. The following clipped from the La mar Republican Sentinel, will be of interest to the people in this vicinity. Rev. C. V. Criss, pastor of the Methodist church at Lamar, thinks it is likely that he has the youngest cow giving milk in the state of Missouri. Last October Mr. Criss bought of Mr. S. H. Cotton of Annlcton Citv. Mo., a 1 how to make a land roller that actual- j registered Jersey heifer, Christine ly does the business. He gets a sec-! Cafe, No. 233913 for .which he paid a tion of round galvanized iron culvert fancy price, expecting to breed in material. He prefers to have it at October next in order to develop a least two feet in diameter, and corru- cow when 26 months of age, but to gated. The section is as long as you his surprise the heifer dropped a calf wish to make the roller. It is turned August 27, then one year and twenty on end, an iron axle or rod of axle two days old. The little cow is doing size is placed exactly in the center, splendidly, giving about one gallon The inside is then ready to be filled of fine rich milk daily. The calf is with cement mortar. Let it cure for astonishingly large for its age and two weeks before using, wetting oc- size of the mother. It is a male, casionally during that time. A frame sired by a very large two-year-old is bolted to the axle, of course. This 1 registered Jersey from one of the can be constructed according to fancy. : best herds in the state of New York, The whole idea looks good to me. ; his size, weighing 1800 pounds, prob The public sale season is starting ab,v the largest registered Jersey off brisk again. A few weeks ago bul1 in the world- The calf is a solid the banks gave apprehension about color witn black tongue and switch. i cashing all the sale notes, but I no ticed in a local paper that came ves terday that a bank is advertising for Indomitable will and tremendous sale note business. A bank doesn't e.ner. are n e.v. f r found where , wan, , dec , notes when , rS('S,ktK ; advertises for that sort of business, qualities and the success they bring i Ce down ,0 Sxj. a, the,- SJSaS I are, there is no safer paper for a bank and strong body. 25c at F. T. Clay's. iu nuiu, asiue irom ine iarm loan ; which pays a low rate of interest,than ! F0R RENT-r8 room house, reas the average sale note. And while onable terms, 4 blocks from school, "clerking" the sale, the bank's cash- For further information call on or ier is usually able to corral several address Mrs. N. J. Walls, 413 W. new customers for the bank. The Adams St., Butler, Mo. 50-3t. bank that gets out after the sale busi ness gets next to the people. Although no man is supposed to be responsible for his neighbor's stray Son, stock, every farm should be enclosed with some sort of a fence, ft need be nothing elaborate to keep out the Order of Publication. STATE Or MISSOURI, iouaiy oi uaiea. i la tha Clrrnlt Conrt. October term. liUO. In vaeaUoa September 21 , Ittlu. si. L. Leubbea, Plaintiff, vs. Frank Elvln and Uartarxt Klvla. Defendants. The State of Nlssoarl to the above aimed da- readaal Ureetlna:: Now at this dav eomra the nlalatllT herein bv his attorney and Hies his petition and affidavit alleging-, among othr things that defendants are non-realdeuta of tha gtaia of atlssonrl. Whereupon it is ordered hi the clerk In vaea tloa that said defendants be notified bv nobllca tloa that plaintiff has eommmoed a salt against there In this ooorl, tba object and general nat nre of which la to recover a Judgment sgslnst the defendants oa two notes eieented by tha defendants to Dnvall-Perslval Trust Company and aealnned to Dlalntlff aald nolea bearlae dateOolooerSI, l!07, one parable December 1, ie, ana uo oiner iieoemner I, iww, eaco bearing Interest at the rate of eliht oer asnl per annum from Deoember 1. 1907. aald Inter. ert being payable seml-annnally, sad that tha property or the defendant baa been attached for tne payment or said debts and that unless the aid dfendanl be and appear at this court, at the next term ther of, to be begun and holden at the curl houte In the olty of Hntler, In eald county, on tha first Moudsy In Februsry, lull, and on or before the first day of said term, an swer or plead to the petition In the said canse. same will be taken as confessed and Judgment will be rendered aocordina-ly. And It Is furthtr ordered thataeopy hereof be pnbllshed, at cording to law, In 1 na Rvtlir Weekly Tikis, a newspaper published la aald eoun y of Bates, for lour weeks -uoresslvely, pnbllshed at least once a week, tha last Inser tion tn be at least thirty dava before the first day or said next februsry term ! this court. T. D KM BKKK, Circuit Clerk. A true copy of the record Witness my hand and sal of theTlr-1 ssal cult court of Kates county, this 21st I day of September. 1810. I - v nub. viibuit vcr. ( u-o ouiier Accommona ion.. ... l j : nj p. m . nv. one nuuer Local rrelglit o:(K) p. m. reigni trims Nos. im and m carry passen gers on Interstate Division. No other freight Notice Is hereby given ti all creditors and 1 r,,M c"n P""ns. others Interested In the estate of Hemltrson All freight for rorwsrdlng must be at denot Miller, deceased, thit 1 J. W. Darby ad- t ar than el-v n o'oiock a m or be held mlnlstratorof aald estate, Intend to make final for ,ollo"ln davs lorwarding. freight for settlement thereof, at tba neit term of the ' Interstate Division must be delivered before Bates County Probate Court. In Bates county, I fiv o'clock p. ro, No freight billed for this State or Missouri, to be held at Butler, Mis- train in Homing. E.v;. Vsndsbvoobt. Missouri Pacific Tims Table BUTLER STATION. Following is corrected time card to date: NOBTH. No. ft Kansas City Accommodation. :M a. m. No. St. Louis ft K. C. Mall Ki.l:.V p m. No 210 Southwest Limited ivansas niy atoca Local Freight .'"." SOUTH. No. SOW Southwest Limited No. i7 K C ft Joplln Mall A JCx . No. SNI8 Nevada Accommodation .... No. ll (Local Freight) INTERSTATE ' . WEST. No. INS Msillsoo Local Freight. Mo 37 Madison Accommodation. ! EAST. No. (IMS Butler AceommodaMon. u:usp.m. 8:o p. m. 9:00 p. iu. 5:Na. at. 1-2:10 p m. 11:44 p. m, l.':Sdp. m. 7:m m. 1:1 p m. Notice of Final Settlement. sourl, on tbe Nth dsy of November, lt)io. J. w. DAUBY, ol-'t Administrator. Notice of Final Settlement Notlw. Is hereby given to all creditors and others Interested in the 'state of Clement Uoodln. deceased, that I, Henry Goodln, ad ministrator of said estate, intend to make final settlement thereof at the next term or the Bates Connty Probate Court, In Bates county, Htate of Missouri, to be held at Butler, Mis souri, on the 14th day ot November, 1910 t KNRY GOODIN, ' Administrator. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hreby given to all creditors and othrs interested In the estate of Samurl Y. Forbes, deceased, that I, Josephine Forbes, ad niloitaratrlxoreaid ata e, Intend to make final sett lment thereof at the next termor tile Bates County Probste Court, in Batea county, .state or Missouri, to he held at Butltr. Missouri, on tbe 14th day of November 1UI0 JOSKPH1NE FORBES, 6''t Adminlstrstilx. Agent. DR. J. M. NORRIS, Eye, Ear and Throat Specialist Eyes Tested Free and Glasses Prop erly Fitted. Office on south side 49-tf over Star Bakery. DR. J. M. CHRISTY ( Diseases ot Women and Children a Specialty Office over A. H. Culver Furn. CO. BUTLER - MISSOURI Office Phone 20 House Phone 10 A Man of Iron Nerve. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given to sll creditors and others Interested In the estate of Marv O. Sad. dler deceased, that I, J. A.saddler. 'dulnistra- wr 01 saiu esisi, intend to make final settle ment thereof, at the next term ol tbe Bates County Probate Court, in Batea connty Mis souri, to be held at Butler, at aeonri, on tbe ' J. SADLER, B1" Administrator. DR. J. T. HULL Dentist Entrance same that leads to Stew I ard's Studio, i North side square Butler, Missouri "Good Painters use Mound City Co.'s "Horse Shoe" Brand House faint exclusively. W. II. Hupp & 51-52t. Notice of Final Settlement. ty. Slate of atlssonrl, tn be held at Butler Mleeourt, an the 14th day of November, laia. 61 4t I. U. BOTK1N8. Executor, Notice fa herebv fives tn n j.wi;A.. strays and it seems to me every man 0,,l",r interested in the estate of Lucretia ..'.. ... . . .. . '"""Jones, deoeawd, that I I. H. botkina. bliouia De Willing TO ao tnat much to ; ntor of said estate, Intend to make Iroon n..t f te,W. T I L" r1"" "!"". ' ol uut v. uuuuib auiuc tues uniy rrooaie court, in Batea conn all that is necessary to do is to stretch up the wires that lay in the grass and weeds along the old fence row, and put in an occasional new post It doesn't cost much to do that, and it may keep a herd of cattle in the high way through the night If the price of flaxseed Is an indi cator of what the price of linseed oil will be the cost of "slicking up" the buildings with a coat of paint will be quite an item in the near future. - Seed corn will dry perfectly on the stalk in the field, tut the fall rains are of no benefit to it and a rain fol lowed by a freeze even if It is not as Notice of Final Settlement. Jotlcels hereby given tn all i red I tors and others Interested In the estate o Dsvld H ord. deceased, that I, 8. S Fox, ad ministrator of raid estate intend to mske llnsl settlement thereof, at the next term of the Batea County Probate Court, In Bates county. Slate of Missouri, t be held at Bmler, Mis souri, on the 11 tb day of November, iiilti .... 8. o. FOX. 04, Adminlatra or. Notice of Final Settlement Notice Is hereby given t0 all creditors snd others Int rested in tbe estate of W. B. Davis. llff!ed,1,U",A MI D,,vl, "eculrli will or said estate, intend to make final settle ment thereof, at the next tern, of tn- Bstes County Probate Conrt, In Rates connty, -tate ot Missouri, to be held at Rutler, Missouri, oa the 14th day of November, MM. MARY DAVIS, 51 4t Executrix. DR. H. M. CANNON DENTIST Butler, Missouri East Side of the Square Phone No. 312 T. C. BOULWARE Physician 4 Surgeon Office North Side Square, Butler, Mo. Diseases of women and chil dren a specialty. B, F. JETER, Attorney at Law Notary Public East Side Square Phone 186 BUTLER, MISSOURI i N -tit ot Final S-ttlement. Notioa la hereby given to all creditors snd others Interested In the aetata of Marv J WilUame deceased, that 7 Bent aleLn rtnUalstrato, of said site,' Inw.'d Z'&il fal settlement thereof, at tha next Una of Bj: V""'; la B.usrun- ty, BUte of Missouri, to be held at nntler. Mlseoarl, oa the 14ta day of November law. ' B SSKLTON, Administrator. M-4t . Notice of Final Settlement , "'?. tT all aredltora and oiheralat- rested In tha estate ot Thomas J. Fry, deceaaeol, that I, T J. Smith, admlalsira yrmiV:' 'P mas. fiaal settled meat thereof, St tha next term of Ue Bstes Bounty Probate Coart, la Bate eoaaty. tttata of Mleaourl, ea the It to day of November, tat? ... ! Adalaistraior. "A Rat is a Bad Citizen" Rid yoursell ot them now, quickly and surely, by getting' a 25c box of our American Rat -Paste - It does' the work. Will not harm dogs, cats or chickens, v ,;,v.'. . '3 Prpxcripl'ra Crtj Ct:ra - NORTH SID2 SQUARE. "The rl-jt placed Notice of Trustee's Sale. Whereas. WUIIsra R. Dunham and florence Dunham, Wa wife by their certain deed of !r5!il i1' d,T of July, im, andrac Jb?rkrh PHT S. IntheofflcVof Recorder u" Deeds In and for Bates eountv. Mlssoort,Ibnvey.d to J. aeph Blocher as trnatii rltS,,.trfn Pr0,!!",!I ote thsrcln d"! wit- ' ,oUliW", described teal estate to- The northwest qua terof tbessuthwestouOr ZmI'XTJ ,,'lp ?J "'I'"" hundred feet riiSfL?lii'MM' ,,U t and IhenorTh !?i1"r',.0, ,ne w hreo-fonrths of the southwest quarter oi the southwest qusrter all In section nine (It, In tottnshlp forty -one iaO of range thlrty-to Si) in Bates eountv ilS. a.1iHe0',U"".',."la, acre, more or l. And whereas, It i provided In mia J need oi trust that .hM ClSJ i'! SS?Sr?..' 'hr 7ln "rea, tl V J"ur.,.0",of ,n ama, or any part S?ta,'lJr?m' ? "dpaj'.blsacrd i '" Oate and affect of aald aoia. then he whole debt shsll beeomedueand payable, and tha party or tha .eeend part"" ibereque .t os the legal holder of aald note may Sr.JeiLTifJ,r0D,'' tberel. described Si.hZt Xh't' ftl PaDB "daatathe S?. n-.d.dw Si.,b Ooun da-rlathe olty of Butler. Batea coonty, Mlseoarl. for aaaa toaatUf, ..id debt and in'teraal Usreoad And whsreas, default ha been mads la the ('" f ths Interest da oa said aote oa ' m'J?iv- M4 " WltUam B. Daai ?L?!il01.!i Oaahaos fcava failed aeg leeudanl re rated te pay tha aame, and Ska aanwla now past daa and napeJd. aad u hold ay aad ewaer of said nose have elected sad de rj f whota debt both principal aadlater. How taarafBTa, at tha reqneet ot tha Wat ayajei bad holder ot said aoia aad paraaaatta ' torma af aald deed or trust aad W vtrtae ef ha aatkarlty vested In fas by sJd deed of tnu. 1 hereby p noUos that I wUl oa , " tatrdsyf Oatotkst , 1U), . ' aww na aoars of e'elock la tha anra in se anenora or that if t set. ail taaahrvadaasrtbed real aetata at p e. " . - H. ft- aask la ban ta k..i 4 " l . a - j severe as the one we had in October . ta4.xpteMMerT K -t e ?a tUXttti. Tiaatea.'