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"The Daylight tStore" FOR EVERY ONE OF THE FAMILYHERE Mens Swell Clothes $10.00 to $25.00 Womens Suits and Coats $15.00 to $25.00 The Celebrated all wool Suits (Wooltex) Guaranteed for Two Full Seasons Wear The Best Shoes in the World er the price are here for you $1.50 to $5.00 Florsheims Selby-Duttenhoffer Hagerty Walk-Overs Barker-Brown-Holland, Etc. Remember the Combination Sale March 22, 1913 McMullen's Sale Pavillion Don't fail to offer what you have for sale or come and buy what you want at this sale Americaa Clothing House Wallace Bullock is visiting relatives at Archie. Black & Arnold Clothing Co. W. H. Charters, Jr. has purchased a new Ford car. Soft, easy shoes, Black-Arnold. Miss Agnes Arnold is enjoying a visit in Kansas City. ' Mens work clothes, Black-Arnold. Rev. R. M. Shelton filled the pul pit at Rhinehart Sunday. Stetson hats here, Black-Arnold. Mrs. W. T. Phillips and children are enjoying a weeks' visit in Kansas City. - Buy a pair of those easy elk shoes, light and soft, Black-Arnold. Roy Wilcox left Tuesday for Adair,, Oklahoma, where he has real estate interests. Dress shoes and oxfords, same old prices at Black-Arnold. Allman Daniels transacted business in the Hume neighborhood the first of the week. We want to show you the best work shirt for 50c, Black-Arnold. F. R. Allen, the land man, made a business trip to Adrian the latter part of the week. More of those good 75c overalls, jumpers to match, Black-Arnold. Frank Curry has returned to Jef ferson City after brief visit here with homefolks. Harley Warderman left Tuesday noon on a business trip to Winter haven, Florida. J. H. Weddle of Nevada spent sev eral days the last of the week visit ing in this city. Mrs. C. C. Duke has returned from a visit with the family of F. M. Mc Connel of near Sprague. Paul B. Levy of the Levy Mercan tile Co. has returned home from a visit to the St. Louis markets. Dr. W. H. Allen of Rich Hill, pur chased a five passenger Ford auto mobile from W. W. Henry Tuesday. Extra good children's dresses $1.00. Walker-McKibben's. Mrs. Robert McGraw of Fayette, Mo., is enjoying a visit here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith. The new Packaid Shoes are here. The new Walker's Specials are here. Walker-McKibben's. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wyatt delight fully entertained the Monday Even ing Club the night of the 17th. Greatest line of 25c wash goods in Butler. Walker-McKibben's. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Maxey of Johns town are rejoicing over the birth of fine girl Thursday March 13, 1913. More new embroideries and laces. Walker-McKibben's. Ed Culver went to Harrisonville Friday morning in response to a call to take charge of the remains of Mrs. Frank Runnenburger, who died Thursday night. Joe T. Smith of Foster was a busi ness visitor to the county seat Thurs day and Friday and found time to drop in and make some of his old friends a pleasant call. A. D. Brixner and family left Tues day for Kansas City where Mr. Brix ner is interested in an automobile agency. Mrs. W. W. Jamison and little son, of Rich Hill spent the latter part of the week here, the guests of the fam ily of C. G. Weeks. Mrs. 0. W. Hardin, accompanied by her son, Glen, returned to Neva da Saturday, after enjoying a visit here atvthe home of W. J. Crews. Miss Emily Riley of Excelsior Springs, the guest of Miss Eula Bog gess, was the guest of honor at a dance at the Armory Friday night. ' Barred Rock eggs from vigorous farm raised birds of the choicest breeding, $1.00 for 15 or $5.50 per hundred. Mrs. A. S. Millhorn. 18tf Dr. J. S. Newlon gives special at tention to diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat and the fitting of glasses. Farmers Bank Building, 18-tf New models in Warner's Corsets $1.00 to $6.00. Walker-McKibben's. P. H. Conner and Miss Leota Bright both of Foster, were united in marriage in this city Thursday af ternoon, Rev. Snow pastor of the M. E. Church, South, officiating. Miss Flavia Rosser of this city who has gained considerable prominence as a writer is the author of "Whoso Diggeth a Pit" a short story appear in in the current issue of Ainslees magzine. Mrs. W. S. Gault and daughter Miss Jessie of Sprague, and Mrs. Frank Kiltz of Oklahoma City, Okla., left Saturday for Sprague after a brief visit here at the home of Dr. R. E. Crabtree. About twenty-five couples of young folks thoroughly enjoyed a dance at the Armory Thursday night. Music was furnished by a transient Italian orchestra which passed through the city the last of the week. Mrs. Sarah Seaman left Saturday for Lawton, Oklahoma, after a pleas ant visit here with her son Prof. R. L. Seaman. Prof Seaman accom panied her as far as Ft. Scott, Kan sas. The Democrats of Spruce township have nominated the following town ship ticket: Trustee, Jake Kedigh; Clerk and Assessor, W. E. Smith; Constable and Collector, T. H. Lynch Justices of the Peace and Members Township Board, R. P. Burkebile and J. R. Radford. Miss Leona Dudley, assisted by Mesdames Sam Walls of Adrian and Frank McKibben of this city, delight fully entertained the Daisy club at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Dudley, Monday evening. The Dudley home was beautifully decorated. The Democrats of Lone Oak town ship have nominated the following township ticket: Trustee, Neff Blougb; Assessor, Wm. Harper; Col lector, J. E. Barlett; Constable, J. C. McCaughey; Members Township Board, Andrew Elledge and Newton Wright. Rev. E. T. Adams, who at one time was pastor of the M. E. Church South of this city and who is at pres ent holding revival meetings at Amo ret, passed through this city Tuesday enroute for Potosi, Mo. where he will visit relatives. ' Republicans Put Out Mixed City j Ticket j The Democratic nominee for City I Marshal and the Democratic nominees I for aldermen for the 3rd and 4th ! wards were endorsed at the Republi ' can city convention which was held in ' the circuit court rooms. Friday even ing, and tne to) lowing ticket was nominated: School Director C. A. Chambers. Robert Braden endorsed for city marshal. Aldermen: 1st Ward Geo. Dixon. 2nd Ward-C. P. Wyatt 3rd Ward A. R. Guyton endorsed. 4th Ward A. W. Wemott endorsed. Committeemen: 1st Ward Homer Duvall. 2nd Ward P. A. Orear. 3rd Ward Bruce Requa. 4th Ward Roy Wilcox. Joe Norton and Geo. Newlon left Monday on a business trip to Port land, Oregon. Miss Cecil Yates arrived home from Palmyra, Mo., Monday whence she was called on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. W. D. Yates. Mrs. E. L. Thurber of Warrens burg is visiting at the home of her father, J. E. Shutt. W. B. Tyler of Summit township left Monday for Kansas City where he will undergo treatment for white swelling of the leg. Extensive preparations are being made by local talent for the produc- ! hon of a big society minstrel Monday, I April 7, for the benefit of the Butler Band. Chas. L. Fisk will manage ' the production. G. W. Keeser and Miss Bertha j Kelly, both of Rich Hill were united i in marriage in this city Saturday March 15, Judge C. J. Henry officiat- j ine- The Democrats of Deepwater town : ship have nominated the following : township ticket: Trustee, E. A. Kim ble; Clerk and Assessor, Del Lutzen j hizer; Constable and Collector, O. J. ! Radford; Justices of the Peace, W. ' H. Shelton and H. C. Romalia; Mem bers Township Board, M. W. Evans j and J. E. Nickell. H. J. Travis, proprietor of the United Drug Co. of this city is mak ing extensive changes in the interior of the building occupied by the com pany, the rearrangement being nec essary to take care of the increased ' stock of goods now being put in. One of the more important changes will i be the removal of the prescription department about 30 feet to the rear ! of the building and filling the space it now occupies with show cases. an BO mm 9v M nJ north oMSigh 8radeElercliandtseS1aiightereiK The fire that swept a portion of our store created a wonderful money-sa vjngjjvent for you shrewd buyers of Butler and surrounding country. The loss has been adjusted and WE ARE GOING TO THROW OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CDDtftonmigj9 Marts, Caps, mM tfBenntf9 IFiionsIlnDinis aitf ' (UFfcDflEAISnMMF PUKES This Dig Sole begins 1 id SO Up March 22 QIOZZ AT CiSO o.tn. Owintf to the adjustment of the loss being delayed we are unable to quote prices in this ad, but it will pay you to drive miles to take ad vantage of the prices which will be made in this great sale. THIS SALE IS STRICTLY CASH No Goods Charged, Exchanged or Sent on Approval 5cH This Big Sole begins rnnin) li Uliii m mi p March STOQE OPENS AT &30 O.O.