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VOL. XXXVII.
BUTLER, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1916.
NUMBER-50
.- day.
la and Around IZsag.
Mrs. Wesley 'Dale ia'still very
sick. There is not mpph change
in her condition the past week.
Jim White of ELDorade Springs
spent Friday with his - brother,
Tan White. - He is up looking af
ter, his farm over on Smokey
Row. -
While unhitching a team last
Thursday Mrs. Sam Staton was
knocked down by one of the hor
ses and - pretty badly bruised
about the face and one shoulder.
She had failed to undo all .the
tugs and when sht undertook to
lead the horses from the buggy
it frightened them in some way
Which caused them to run. ,
Miss Stella Ramsey visited Miss
Mable Sherman last Friday night.
Mrs. Sherman is a niece of Mr.
Owens and is making them a visit
Several expect to f ilktheir silos
I ncjLl ween. 41 fi uvcau l i aiu iuu
... ii ,r jn. : t
Mr. Ben Harrison expects .to re
build his silo next week. It was
blown down by one of the big rain
'storms we had last summer..
Rev. McCormack filled his reg
ular appointment Sunday with a
special sermon to the men and
boys. Quite a number' of special
songs suited to the ocasion were
sung.
Mrs. Ica Hibbs was quite poor
ly a few days last week.
The ladies of the Christian
church cleared $32 at Mrs. Cun
ningham's sale from their dinner.
1 Rev. McCormack and Mr. Ster
ling Harness and family went to
Mr. Sam Grosehart's after church
Sunday.
Mr. .Walter Staley and sisters
have relatives from Illinois vis
iting them.
Tan White .and Sam Farmer
dug their potatoes Saturday
Both report a good. crop.'
M. Hook came' up from Apple
City -to seV aboW his farm- Fri
day.
Zella Dale from over near Da
ton, visited home folks Thursday
and attended the sale.
Mr, and Mrs. Farmer took din
ner at Mr. Gilbert's Sunday.
.. A NEIGHBOR.
On the Wing.
Tinker Hedger visited McGraw
up on Knabe s creek Sunday.
Esq. Hedger is complaining
with a very bad cold.
Uncle Geo. Zinn is building a
nice barn. It is shedded on the
north. '
Douglass Browning and family,
and Geo. "Lockridge and family
spent Sunday with Ike Lockridge.
W. H. Jackson has a nearly new
set of double wagon harness for
sale. ;.. '
Marion Hedger sold his hay
press'to Fred McCall 'and Doug
Browning.
The road was kept hot Sunday
to and from camp meeting.
Cyrus Nestlerode and Grant
Oldham have gone into the sheep
business..
Tansy Smith commenced cut-
ting corn in earnest Monday
morning.
The camp meeting closed Sun
day night at Olive Branch. There
were seveal conversions.
Remember the 29th and 30th is
the street fair at Amsterdam, Ma
Kelly McQuire thrashed Men-
Miss Clara Smith visited her
grandpa, I. M: Smith, of near
Spruce, Monday for a few days.
Aunt Sarah Adams and Mrs
Jno. Wooters are visiting . Mr.
Jake Jundy this week.
Mrs. Peter Denning started for
Montana to visit her son, Robert,
and family. " ! '
There was ' another big dinner
at the tabernacle - Sunday.
. Wm. Hubbard was in our midst
-Saturday buying hogs and cattle.
Cyras Nestlerode is -having
time with sickness, v His eldest
" vy was kicked in the-stomach by
) eld family mare, but is now
i along fine, and we think
r hreeover. The third boy has
le that is juct h simply
he fourth, boy and aby
"ti whooping tatu -rwood
was ; around
iajf 7 V2 cents fr
b, eoncrcie:
tEojP Bark's,
Vcof tke
' "jarsaele, re-
turned to his home in Kansas
Monday; accompanied by his wife.
The porch over the Crooks
school house door is a nice one.
It was putcup by Geo. Jackson.
Tom Sruls has just, finished
his new. hQUse.' It is a dandy.
The brick walls are up and
ready for the roof on the Amster
dam school building.
Dr. Lusk had 9 phone calls last
Tuesday night.
M. G. Hedger , spent Saturday
night and Sunday at Happy Hill
' Jno. E. Hedger has moved on
the Pierce Hackett farm just west
of Jim Hayes, north of Amoret.
T. A. Crabtree on Butler, R. F,
D. No. 2 has a Holstein cow for
sale-
- N. M. N.
Elkhart.
Well, it is not raining at this
writing, and we don't need any
rain just at present.
. Mrs. W. A. Crumley and daugh
ter visited friends in Adrian one
day last week."
The birthday party at Mrs
Allen's, one night last week was
quite a surprise on one of the
boys. He didn't know anything
about it until the next day when
he went home.
From the looks of things out in
this neighborhood there is some
prospect of another wedding be
ing pulled off soon.
Miss Myrtle Spillman has been
quite sick the past week. There
was two doctors to set her one
night last week. She is reported
better at, this writing.
The high waters last week were
the cause of some of the neighbors
pulling out one night, last week,
but everything was alright when
they got back. ; v -
The bridge on Knab's creek
West Of Mr. Clapp is in a bad con
dition. It is worn out and it is
on a -mail" route. .-?
y it and Goat
Our
SUITS and COATS are selling rapidly, our garment makers
Evidently hit the mark this season. Our.Suits and Coats struck the public fancy as never be
fore. Some of the nattiest garments are now on display and were never lower in price here.
Bear in mind that our label in our garments is a pledge of satisfaction and style.
- " . . . n . "'
Wonderful Values in Smart
Styles of Women's and Missos' Suits
$10, $12.50, $15, $20, $25, $30
. -
Ladies and Misses Coats
Garments of style and comfort, in the deep rich
tones of brown, green, navy and fancy .
mixtures, also black, specially
priced
$7.50, $10, $1 5, $20, $25, $27.50
3QISD-
Serges, Taffetas. Velvets, Crepe. Meteor' and
Crepe de Chine '
: 05. 010, . 015, 920
Cjkl ONE L0T OF plush r"t i o c? n
Special c!agflsg,.gl3.50
A ta fci ct CSSel b a creel rafcr cf ps
Will and Boyd Kershner are
putting in a concrete bridge on
the .head waters of the Post Oak,
which was very much needed.
If it don't rain all weeS the
street fair at Amsterdam will be
pulled off this week.
. Mrs. Ed. Bailey and Mrs. Allen
took in the sights at Amsterdam
one day last, week and got some
apples.
Mr. McDaniels and wife of
Granville, North Dakota, are here
on a visit with their daughter,
Mrs. Fred Armentrottt.
W. H. Keeton sohi a mare to the
horse buyers at Amsterdam last
Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Stephens was quite
sick last week. She is some better
at this-writing.
We haven't seen Col. Lockridge
for some time. We hear he is at
tending the big tent meeting at
the Crooks school house.
The hog cholera is around once
more. Turner Henderson has a
sick hog and his father has one
sick hog. CoL Lockridge has lost
the most of his hogs.
. JOHNNY.
Merwin Items.
Mrs. Maud Owen and two chil
dren left-Monday morning for
Chanute, Kas.
James Haves Jr.. of Kansas
City spent Saturday and Sunday
with home folks.
Alamo and Isabel Aurnutte
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
Joe Braden.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Corbin of
Kansas City spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Joe Johnson.
Mrs. Clyde Patterson and Mrs.
James H. Hayes have been on the
sick list.
Remember the Amsterdam
street "fair .Sept, 29 And, 30..
VERGINIA.
Busiest
Foster Newt.
On last Thursday morning the
Mo. Pac. Ry. agent was found
dead at his station. His death
was due to heart failure. He was
buried at Pleasanton, Kansas.
Tb funeral was conducted by
the Masonic fraternity of which
he was member here at Foster.
Tina nf IV. ,(,... U,tc rtlt
WUC UJ. UUI 1' UUJ9. VIC
Gpy, was given the position as
Agent at 'woriana on account oi
thje agent 's death over there. Ole
hi s the best wishes of his many
frfends here, to success in his new
p s it ion.
Miss Grace Brown, the primary
te n-her herev spent Sunday at her
h( me at Walker, Mo.
jMr. and Mrs. A. G. Metzler left
Sunday, for Stdalia where they
w 11 attend the State Fair.
A social dance was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Dunsworth
atj their home east of town last
Saturday night. Everybody re
ported a good time.
1A good oads meeting was held
m town last Ssaturday tor the purT
pqse of seeing what could be
done about fixing the road across
the river bottom by the way of the
Nyhart bridge.
Mr. J. L. Bell made a business
trip to the county seat last Sat
urday. .
J.J. Morehouse of Worland
spent of last week with his son,
L, J. Morehouse, of this place.
Several of the boys and men
have been enjoying the fruits of
the forest. They have been cut
tin'g bee trees, and all say , that
there is plenty of honey in the
trees and a few stings to keep you
on your guard. -:
Mrs. Neil of Kansas City, who
owns the place where Henry Dun
lap lives is down visiting with old
friends and neighbors.
"Mr. and Mrs. Lewis "Lent are
prOUd parents of a new baby
girl, born September 26. r
IMews
Department
CLOTHING
Joe McCall and family spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. .McCall, of this place.
SLIM.
Summit Happenings.
Fisher Lacy went to Bates City
Saturday for a visit with his par
ents, returning Monday.
Mr. Rankin and wife came in
Saturday with their goods. We
Summit neighbors give them a
hearty welcome. We can't say
we like, to give up our old neigh
bors and wish Mr. Tyler well in
his new home.
Mr. Leslie Clinkenbeard, Mr,
Jim Thomas, Clarence Bolin and
Robt. Sturgeon motored to Kan
sas City Sunday, returning Mon
day.
Mrs. Oscar Price and daughter,
Florence, spent Thursday after
noon with Mrs. Robt. Sturgeon.
Mr. Wayland was called to Ar
kansas City last week to be with
Mrs. A ayland, who is not so well.
Fisher Lacy and wife were en
tertained at Dr. Norris' home
Sunday.
Percy Tyler and wife spent a
couple of days at his father's
helping to get things ready for
moving.
Mrs. Robt. Sturgeon and
daughter, Eulalia, were visitors
at T. C. Jones Sunday.
Mr. Hyatt returned Monday
from his western trip.
Mrs. Morrison of Kansas City
and Mrs. Clarence Bolin of But
ler were visitors at Jim Thomas'
over Sunday.
SUNSHINE.
Cattle For Sale.
800 head young Angus cows,
bred to registered bulls and 200
head calves out of same. Delivery
Oct. 25 to 30.
'' MeFarland & Sons,
49-2t Kress, Texas
From
Mt. Oarmel News.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason B. Darnes
returned Tuesday night of last
week from a week's visit with
relatives near Harper, Kansas.
Larris Wheatley delivered hosfa
to Butler shippers Monday.
Mrs. D. C. Wolfe of the Virgin
ia neighborhood arived at Nyhart
Monday from a several day's vis
it with her son W. J. and wife
near Blue Mound, Kas.
Mrs. John Huffman has been
spending a week with her sister,
Mrs. Albert Silvers, at Spring
field, Mo.
McCann brothers purchased
some calves from Joe Piggott one
day last week.
Mrs. Let M. Hardinger was on
the sick list Sunday.
The ice cream supper at Mt.
Carmel was about froze out
Wednesday night.
Lee M. Hardinger and brother,
Elmer, went to Altona and Adri
an Sunday afternoon and night in
the interest of the county C. E.
work, of which Lee is president.
Mrs. Daniels ot Nebraska, spent
last. week at the home of her
brother, Mr. G. W. Jarvis, and
family.
Mrs. Loo M. Hardinger is the
owner of a new seAving machine.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Burk and
son, Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Drysdale Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Brayton and son, Derrell, Mrs.
W. M." Hardinger and daughter,
Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Har
dinger of this neighborhood and
iir. and Mrs. J. T. JVlcJSIroy ot
near Butler surprised W. A. Mc-
Llroy in Butler Monday, it be
ing his seventy-sixth birthday.
W . . Osborne of Butler visit
ed over Sunday at the homes of
P. H. and W. E. Osborne.
Rev. Spencer preached his fare
well sermon at Mt. Gamel Sunday
morning.
Mrs. Rosa Steele, who lives one
HnH three nnnrtei- mi leu smith nf
Virginia will have a sale Tues
day, October 5th.
J. E. Leonard cut corn for W.
M. Hardinger the first of the
week. UNCLE HENRY.
Orchard Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Steele and
family spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. Lafe Cassity.
Mr. J. v . Isley spent Monday
with her. sister, Mrs. M. E. Stont
fer. Miss Pearl Tharp visited Sun
day at the home of her brotlvr,
Mr Alilll.ilTl Thovr.
-"- a 1 M -M. 1111 J. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Scifers spent
Sunday with Mrs. Scifers' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. F.'Elliug-"-ton.
Miss, Emma Wix, who is attend
ing high school in Butler spent
tlie week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wix.
Mr. and Mrs. V. I). Ball are
rejoicing over the birth of a fine .
baby girl, born Wednesday.
Most ot the fanners are sowing
wheat in this section.
Mrs. Frank Feely gave a de
lightful party for the young peo
ple at her home Tuesday evening.
About forty of the young folks
were present and a most enjoy
able time was spent.
Pottenbarger and Herrel, the
insurance men from Butler were.
out in - this neighborhood last
week.
Mr. Carl Welliver is in Kansas
City taking a course in iiutomo-
Dile repairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gordon spent
Sunday with Mrs. Gordon's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Connor.
Master Frankie Feeley is on the
sick list.
Mr. Welliver and daughter,
Miss Nellie, spent one day last
week at the home of Mr. Clvde .
Welliver. APPLE BLOSSOM.
'; ' Spruce ;
" Mrs. Iraads and children are
visiting relatives in- Kansas Citv
this week. '
Mr: annd Mrs. O. J. Radford
spent a few davs in Sedalia. tak
ing in the State Fair.
Mrs. Nell Minan and children.
of Los Angeles, Cal., are visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O J.
Radford.
Messrs. Ambrose. KWn anil
Sam Young snent a few davs at
the State Fair.
Rev. C. C. Miller will fill Rev.
J. O. West's pulpit Oct. 1, at Ap--
nleton City. '

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