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VOL. XXXVII. BUTLER, MlSSv LRI, THURSDAY, OCTOfcBER 7, 1915. NUMBER 51 Elkhart " The weather man has given us quite a fine apell of weather for .the last week. Haven't had any rain for a week. 'Ben Coats and Sam McKee went to the Monegaw Springs for their health. Ben reports that there was 30 feet of water over the springs. Ben says he got a r drink owt of a jug, but we didn't learn what was in that jug. , Wat Dawson took in the street fair at Amsterdam. We saw Wat talking very 'confidentially 'with some of the boys. A reporter called on George Fulkerson one day last week and found him on the sick list. The hog cholera is still raging out in the west part of the coun ty. Some of the farmers have had their hogs vaccinated. The Times made a mistake last week in regard to the Old Set tlers', picnic They turned the 6 wrong side up and made a 9 out of it. Ha rve Johnson and Bob Bra den were seen roaming about , in this part one day last week. The street fair was pulled off in fine shape last week at Ams terdam. The weather man gave us fine weather and the display in everything was good. The horses and mules were hard to beat. The com was fine. The pumpkins were alright and the poultry display was good, in fact everything was good from start to finish. Sid Wood has. about got his big barn completed. on the Green ranch. It will be a dandy when finished. - Now boys in regard to that wedding. You had better be hunting up those old bells. Myrtle Spilhnan is reported to begettWlofcSW atr pre ent. '?;' y-;.V-:'-.--?1-' Inn Bailev and Bessie Allen were trading in Elkhart last Sat urday. Ina bought her a red cap. Wf P. Stephens' horses '. ran away- last Saturday. Nobody hurt. - - v . - .. -. ; . Mrs. Adams is on a visit at the homt of W.'P. Stephens. W. H.-Keeton and family spent last Sunday at the home of Mrs. W. A. Crumley. JOHNNY. Summit Happenings. No one is out of work these days. - Some are threshing others are filling silos, cutting corn, clover hay, sowing ? heat aud numerous other things. Mrs. Norris and Mrs. Culbert son 'were visitors at the Oscar Price home Friday afternoon. Jim Thomas, wife and little daughter, Clarence Bolin, vifa and little son. spent a few days at the Sedalia fair. They made the trin in theircar and report a big crowd and a fine time. Mrs. Wayland is home after being in the sanitarium some weeks. She has a new grandson at the home of her (laughter's, Mrs. Walter Taylor, it being the first grandchild, of course it is fine. ' - Fisher Laey, Frank Golliday, and Elmer Sturgeon went nut ting Sunday. They, were well paid for their trip counting the fun": Misses Mable Card, and Helen Clak spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in Butler. Grandoa Wayland took his sons and daughters to see the new boy Sunday. He was speed ing that Ford some but made the round trip alright. We were very sorry to hear of Mrs: Fraruk Clark's death. ;The ilatiTea'iavethe;topathy'''f: the Summit people.' Om tba Wing. Remember the sale at the Cor bin Ranch October 19th. Criekett Hcdger of Montana came home on a visit Saturday. A 1 gathering of friends was held-at Ifcnry Oldham's' Sunday and a jolly good time was had by all present, Seo. pkridge helped C C Hedger put up hajr Friday and Saturday of last week. Mr. aud Mrs. Eeecc visited Dick tiandun Sunday. The concrete bridge in front of Hub Thornhrugh's is a dandy. Mrs. J. E. Hcdger is on the sick list. John K. Hussey of Merwin, Mo., was down Sunday to see his sister and family, Mrs. John Iled ger Sr. Thomas Hilton took out lieense for sale crying and he is a good oue. Try him. Heury Oldham has bought Geo. Church's farm I miles northwest of Butler wid will move as soon as he can get possession. Cyrus Nestlcrode wants to buy" a milk cow. His children who have been ina dangerous, condi tion arc getting along fine. Tinker Hcdger lias gone to horse trading. Mentry Hughes has filled Ev erett Drysdale's silo. ' !eo. H. Zinn has his new barn completed. Mr. A. Wendletou took his son. Robert, auto riding one day last week to see his son, James, 7 miles northeast of Butler. Mr. Parrish came into the house Sunday where his wife and daughter were preparing the noon meal and shot at his wife three times, but the bullets missed her. He then shot his daughter, the bullet striking her hoot thejehin.' She has bad wound but not fatal. He then went into another room and s)read an overcoat on the bed and took his shot gun and got on I II. 1 1 , i i I . - 1 iL.'l i ne i)ea ana pm me muzzie ui me gun under his chin and killed himself instantly. Mr. Parrish seemed to be in hiN right mind Sunday morning. lie was past middle age. He came to Amster dam about six months ago. He carried life insurance. . E. Nestlerode lost J. black sack Coat between the west end of Ft. S'-ott street in Butler and his home 2 miles south of Virginia. N.M.N, Merwin Items. ( lydc Patterson returned from "West Line Sunday after a few tlays visit with his parents. (,Miite a large crowd attended the Amsterdam street fair. The Royal Neighbors gave a pie supper Saturday night at FWner's Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Higby Gage and little daughter pe.nt Sunday AVith George Gage and family. r Opal Hayes spent Friday - af ternoon with Isabel Anrnutte. Mrs. John Yingst and daugh ter. Mrs.' Riley, also Mr, and Mrs. J. It. Hayes spent Sunday after noon. with Mrs. M. 1. Hayes, j Mr. and Mrs. Bert Owen and sjott spent Stindav with friends at I.yle. Mrs. Anderson SJiannon spent Sunday with Mrs. John. Bell, i Kdgar Owen went to Kansas City Sunday morning, where he has accepted-a position in' a drug store. L Mrs. Cynthia Daniels visited frii-nds in Amsterdam Sunday. .Miss Darline Taylor spent Sun day afternoon with Fern Shock ey. Reinember the sale at the NY. I). oi;bin ranch October 1!), 191,"). . "NjiW and Mrs. Ray MeMillan of Kansas Citv are here visiting friends. VERGIN1A. Foster News. Chas. Cullison spent Sunday with his son-in-law aftd daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Badgett, out west of town. Doctor Rhoades reports a fine baby girl, horn at Mr. and Mrs. True Kratzer's last Sunday. . Mrs. Ethel Goodenough, the primary teacher at the Christian Sunday school took her class out for an outing last Saturday. All of the little folks had a fine time. They took their lunch and went out to Uncle Joe T. Smith's farm oil the creek where they ate their dinner, and picked nuts. A. Bess, a coal dealer from Pittsburg, Kansas, was in our town a few days last week want ing to buy some soft coal. Harry Martin is about on the' sicklist.. He is laid up with boils, which are very painful to him. Mr. Heustis is a sojourner in our city with a merry-go-round and he is entertaining the young as well as the old with a ride on his swing, for a jitney a ride. Vest Bell was sworn in as as sistant postmaster at NVorla'nd. Mrs. Iiightfoot, the postniistrcss is going to take a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Amos L.oyd came in last Friday from an extended visit with relatives in Colorado and Nebraska. They report a fine time. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Metzh r came in last Friday from Sedalia where they had been attending the State Fair. Slim. Sharp were Butler visitors Sat urday. Miss Irene Wilcox' of Mt. Pleas ant township was in Passaic trad ing Saturday. , Several' of this vicintiy were thrashing this week. Mrs", I). S. West of Mt. Pleas ant township helped her sister, Mrs. J. II, O'Dea, cook for thresh ers one day last week. John Richler returned - -home last week. He has been in Kan-' sas. Mrs. Webb Shelby and Sally llohvell were Butler visitors Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed son Snyder vent to the fair at Amsterdam Wednesday. Dennis Thralls of Butler visit ed T. A. O'Dea Friday. 1 JTTJjE IRISH ROSE. Mound Pickups. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fulk left one dav last week for NVyoming. Two' of Mr. and Mrs. NV. M. Miller's sons from Nebraska are visiting them. Mrs'. Joseph Coop' is on the sick list. - Mrs J. B. Rice and Miss Mary Mt. Carmel News. The protracted meeting at the Xew Hope Baptist church closed Wednesday night. Rev.'Webdcll of Butler and Rev. Keele, pastor of this church conducted the meeting, which lasted two weeks. There were seventeen additions to the church, eleven of whom were baptized near the Enterprise school house Sunday afternoon. The additions were; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. NVeiss, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sella rs, Mrs. Smitherman, Mrs. Chas. Simmons.' Mrs. Guy Thomas. Mrs. W. N. Gish, Misses Lizzie Morrison, Lois Clark, Grace Berry, Connie Craven. Belle Money, Hazel Gish, Clara Morrison and Messrs. Andrew Dunlap and Ralph Berry. The Mt. Carmc'l Y. P. B. will have a social meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. NY. M. Harding cr Friday night, Oct. 8th. 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