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t iv ;HStowca;Soof C-T-T. -. ..-I VOL. XXXVI. BUTLER. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. AUGUST 6, 1914. NUMBER 42 J - ' - S, I 4S ON THE WING. Sarah Zinn of Mindon, Mo. and 'daughter, Florence and son Howard ame up Sunday for a months visit with her father Wm. B. Brothers, Prank Henry and Grant Oldham, Frank Zinns health has been poorly, Mr. Morris, a . friend of grandma, Minton is here on a stop-over from Keokuk, Iowa. Mr. Morris will visit his Bister in Oklahoma whom he has K not seen in 17 years, Grant Oldham and Coleman Snod grass have good Scully improvements for sale. Call on them. Joe Wheeler of JopRn is visiting at the John Foster home indefinately. He formerly 'lived in this neighbor hood. "V , "' Albert Zinn route 2 Amsterdam is now a reader of the Times. James Satterlee of Joplin is report ed dead of blood poison. Miles McGuire of Wm. Ewing has mules for sale- Abe Zinn is helping -the Hedger boys bale hay near Nyhart. They have baled hay for sale at $6 per ton, Mrs. D. Orear's friends were called in Sunday. ' She is very low but we hope for the better. Later: Mrs. Dan Orear died Wednesday morning at 10:55 o'clock, Mrs. T. L. Smith is reported about the same as she has been for the past year. - " - Mrs. Hockett and Mrs. Peterson . were in Butler .Tuesday. Mrs. M. E. Balling and daughter visited Sunday with grandma Minton, Mrs. P. Peterson went north Sun day to visit her sister, Mrs. Duncan, Mr. Miller, Wife and daughter spent Sunday at the Nestlerode home. Buy your coal of Wm. Ewing. r - James Crooks is visiting adaughtei .and sister jn New Home. It is reported Jno. Gonbe has sold his farm to an Iowa man. Mrs. Henry Oldham is sick. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Orear a son, Aug. 2nd. Mose Reed nearly lost a left thumb last Monday while at work. Cliff Anderson has traded his big Clidesdale horse in on a farm near Adrian at $1800. We want to sell a good cane mill, N. M. N, . North New Home. Guy Phelps has returned home - from Kansas. Charles Simmons took a load of new corn to Butler one day last . week. ' '.. Mrs. Mary Brown of Kansas City, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.-J. L. Strein and family. Mrs. Matfie Richmond is working for Mrs. Walter Wright. - I E. E. Eggelson has purchased an automobile. , , -. Grandma Pickett his visiting .Mrs. Orval Pickett. . ? Henry Ehart and, wife . visited at John Phelp's Thursday afternoon. John- Ehart and family visited at the home of Bert Galvin Sunday. Those who attended the dance at -Ralph Newcome's Friday ' night re port a very enjoyable time. . Homer Linendoll and wife spent Sunday at Orval Pickett's. ; ; ; - Dr. Lock wood of Butler was called to see Henry Thorp Thursday ' Frank Bowles and Albert Linendoll .called at the Cliff EhartSunday after- Lon Smith made a business trip to Hew Home Monday. ; ;-- Mr. and Mrs. Patterson were But ler visitors Monday. . -M '-p:. V . Brick McCoy was seen hauling water Tuesday, i No time to go to the election.- x:S.'isJ$1"j.' 3 Makne- Bro, has threshed for ud Beiry, Charley Weia and Isnry Herman. ji&,g$&&i&i-$;fl. C Ehart k helaiej Ifeais Bros. t twhMr;:r:- :,:;'?: ' Along the Miami Miss Myrtle McCann was a guest at the home of her uncle, Charlie Blake, Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Everett were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D, Bond Sunday. ; - W. D. McCollough was a business caller in our locality Tuesday. ; -Lee Hardinger and wife, H. M. Meinen and family, John Morris and family and J. L. Fisher and family attended the Woodmen social - Thurs day night. Mr. and. Mrs. Wallman of Butler were pleasant visitors at the home of Mrs. Newell and family Wednesday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Diinwell of Kansas City have been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. . They form' erly resided in this neighborhood and were known as the best of neighbors. Ed Culver and family spent the greater part of last week with Mrs, Newell and son, Harry. Miss Leta Ward was also a guest of Mrs. Newell. Harry Hunter came over from Ap pleton Thursday at the home of his uncle A. G. Hoyt Miss Vivian Wolfe spent Tuesday of last week with Miss Hilda Culver at the home of Mrs. Newell. . Lyle Fisher whose arm was broken some four weeks ago, has the splints removed and is about recoved from the accident. Merton Shillings and family of Spruce visited. A. G. Hoyt and family Tuesday and Saturday. Wm. Jackson land wife. R. D. Bond and wife, J. L. Fisher and wife at tended the surprise given Miss Thompson by the. La Palma Christi class, Friday evening. "! Walter Wright . who met with a SdhiodDD ays mre Cmmnimaj Prepare Now for What is Sure to Come SCHOOL DAYS We can supply your wants for boys and girls from our big stock at a moderate cost. NEW FALL GOODS are ' coming in daily, in all departments, it will be easy picking for you if you come to see us Extra quality dark colored ginghams 10c yd Silk stripe poplin. . . . . ..... . ... . ... . 25c yard Campus serge looks like wool...1;. . . .15c and 25c yard Cotton crepon .... ................. 25c yard All wool serges, all colors ...... . . . . . 50c yard All wool plaid dress goods, , - i 44-friches wide. .... ..... . . . .05c yard Boys School Suits are on Sale J. , ! ' ; Mens Suits are Selling at Clearing Sale Prices $20, value...... 515.00 $15 value. ... ..$11.00 $10 value...... $7.00 Extra Quality School Shoes for Boys and Misses . . , $1 .50 to $3.00 ,SqnE3pyiy; TytocainitiOfl (Cn. : ; - ' CTI FOR MEN AND WOMEN ; . . t K ; We Extend to Our Prisma cad,. Customers an Invitation to the Butler Chautauqua. serious accident some time since, was thought to be some better Monday evening. His friends sincerly hope his recovery may be speedy. . : MIAMI. . In an Around Maysburg. J ; Tan White's colt got its shoulder broke last Thursday. Mrs. Godwin and Francis came home Sunday from Arkansas where she had been to see her sister, who was improving. . . ' l' Rev. McCormac filled his appoint ment at Cove Creek Sunday morning and evening. There will be a pro tracted meeting begin at that place Monday night after the fourth Sun day in this month. There is to be an ice cream supper at Mr. Hart's for the benefit of the Christian church next Friday night, Aug. 7. Everybody invited. Mr. Clark and wife, James Mc Cleney and wife and Rev. McCormac went to Mr. Gilbert's after preaching Sunday. - Corn is needing a rain very badly in this part of the country. Sam Farmer, Ernest, Clara and Charley Steward and Andy Doll all called at Tan White's Sunday after noon to see the crippled colt. The Sunday school picnic at Lucas was well attended. A nice program was rendered. Mr. Gilbert took five loads of hogs to Urich Tuesday. " - Tan White went to Creighton Tues day. Mrs. Dudney helped Mrs. Brown can corn Monday. Mrs. Clary visited Mrs. Gilbert Tuesday." Mrs. . Clary called on Mrs. Daft Monday. A NEIGHBOR. iiAnrrctn qtore your headquarters. ! Elkhart Henry Henderson and wife of Pao- la, Kansas, are here on a visit at his j fathers, C. B. Henderson. Mrs. Grace Hurd and children of Amoret left last week for Oskaloosa, Mo., to make that their future home. Verge Henderson became too hot i one day last week and was brought home in an auto. Miss Rosa Dawson was taking in i the sights at the county seat last, Sat: urday. . : Louis McKibben and wife spent one day at Col. Lockridge's last week. .George Fulkerson has quit keeping batch as his wife has returned from the county seat. Alonza Lockard and family spent last Sunday alt Mrs. Spillman's? John Stephens and wife spent last Sunday at Albert Daniels'. J. L. Lockridge called at Deacon Fritts' last Sunday. ' " Dud Browning and wife were visit ing at the county seat last Saturday. We would like to know what has become of our scribe from North I New Home. : Joe Rayborn and Buck Manship took in the sights at Rich Hill last Saturday. The writer has got quite a freak out at his place. We have got an old cat that is mothering a brood of young chickens. She sleeps with them every night. You may think this is a little fishy. The writer and wife called- at W. H. Keeton's last Sunday evening. Will Christloher-and wife of near Altona spent one day last week at Mrs. Reeves'. Tate Nafus was taking in the sights at the county seat last Saturday. JOHNNY Petticoats mercerized all shades. 75c yard Misses and childreris ready-to-wear dresses. .50c to $1.50 Extra quality misses hose. . . 15c R. Lf.G. Corsets.'. .50c to $3.50 R. Lf G. front lace corsets. $2 Roman stripe silks. . . . ... $1 to $1.50 yard - - - 25 per cent Discount Mulberry and Western Bates. George B. Bohlken and daughter, Sena, left Tuesday for Lodge Pole, Nebraska, on a visit with relatives and old neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barnthouse and son, Phillip, returned Thursday from a two weeks outing at Glacier Nation al Park. Miss Emma Thompson of Hume, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. L. F. Curtis, returned to her home Friday evening. Charles R. Bowman spent Thurs day and Friday in Kansas City. Mrs. R. L. Nichols visited several days the latter part of the week at the Charley Goode home near Am sterdam. R. C. Ferguson who has been help ing the writer rebuild his barn re turned to his home at Neosho,. Mo., Friday evening. " , Mr., and Mrs. Don Downey and daughter, Valdean, were visitors at the Frank Hennon home Sunday evening. Miss Lpsie Rush of La Cygne, Kan sas, is visiting Grandma Sageser. Ernest and Stanley Goode are vis iting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Nichols. Master Walter Ewbank is on the sick list. I A Day's Threshing: Mose Reed and his helpers a few "days ago threshed 1225 bushels of wheat for John Dykman in 11 hours time and Fred Mager, the engineer, used less than 30 bushels of coal and all loads that were hauled to town overrun. Mrs. Fanny Meints Suttee and Miss Sophia Suttee of Leavenworth, Kan sas, arrived Saturday for a visit with relatives. Misses Margaret and Katie Meinen visited at Bertie Bohlken's Sunday. Mrs. Jake. Pay ton and son, Card, left Saturday for Delta, Iowa, to visit old neighbors. RAMBLER. Virginia-Grand View' Pick-Ups. Miss Carrie Harper visited a few days last week with her grandmoth er, Mrs. Hill at Butler. Roy Emery, Hugh McCall. Landon Wheeler and Carl Gimsley left early Tuesday mornir. for Cando, N. D., to work in the harvest fields. Miss Thelma Hili, of Butler, is vis iting with her cousin, Mrs. Carrie Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McFerrin and baby visited a few days last week with his parents at Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boyles spent Sunday with his parents of near But ler. '-Mrs. Peter Denning spent Friday of last week with Mrs. L. L. Judy and family. Mrs. L. L. Judy and children were Butler visitors Saturday. John Turner sold his auto one day last week to Mr. Detwiler of Amoret. Mrs. Hill of Butler is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. T. S. Harper and family. Wonder if Carl Grimsley has had any ripe watermelons this year? News is very scarce this week. - - Resolutions The following resolutions were, adopted by the board of directors of the Missouri State Bank, Butler, Mo., at the last meeting July 31, 1914: Whereas, The All Wise Architect in His wisdom and goodness has re moved from us an honored member of the board of directors of said bank, our esteemed brother, Frank Voris, be it ' Resolved, That we hold his death as a great loss to this board. We will miss his wise council in the meetings as he. was always prompt in attend ance and zealous in matters, pertain ing to the interest of the institution in which he has helped to build up in his many years as director. Mr, Vor is enjoyed the respect, confidence and friendship of all who knew him, and be it further Resolved, That we extend our per sonal sympathy to the bereaved fami ly in the irreparable loss they have sustained. Resolved, That these resolutions . be spread on our minutes, that they also be printed in the different news papers published iri Butler and a copy furnished the family of the deceased. T. F. Lockwood, John Deerwester, W. M. Hardinger. Resolutions. Whereas; we greatly regret to know that Prof. Seaman and wife are soon to take their departure from us, and Whereas; they have shown them selves worthy and trusted citizens, ever ready to give their efforts in the promotion of the best interest of the community, and Whereas; our church and Sunday School has lost two of its best and most faithful members, their life and conduct ever comporting with the hightest principles of righteousness; Therefore be it Resolved I. That -we commend them to 'the love and confidence of the people with whom they are to make their future home. Resolved II. That we wish for them great success in their new field of labor, and that all their plans may result in their highest good. Resolved III. That we shall follow them with our prayers, our sympa thy, and interest, that our heavenly Father may overshadow them with His mercy, shield them from all harm and protect them from all danger. W. J. Snow, ) W. S. Arnold, Committee-. A. Wemott, J Ijihmi tra4 nt rnnH vsIIaw fnratiiw land just thrown open for free settle- nieiu, muregon, wver uu,uuu acres -in all. Anna climate, rich nil mnA- i does not require irrigation to raise finest crops of grain, fruit, and gar den truck. For large map, full in structions and information, and a plat of several sections of exceptionally i ciainw, 10110 10 JOQn Fa RnmtiML flmnnii' Hiraa a'U.S.sunreyorandMnberman. An opportadty to get a good fertile free 1 1 T Mi 3S-9t - . . . . -fl ft