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We sell as low and'lowerthan any mail order house.
-Mr"m. VTV (11 aw r u if fn r start them off with rested bodies from a Summerful of play, fresh minds for their new lessons how fine they look, you think, in their freshly new .clothes. You want coats that will afford them warmth comfort style. We have them ready fine looking coats, just the right fashions "and materials to make the children look 'their beet, Just the right prices to please the Mothers", too. VValher-McKibben's From 98c to $12.00 pair Special large Plaid or Plain Blankets at $1.98 pair. Ivflmsninif lUintoini SoddiJs We can't sell underwear to you so often, but we will keep you BETTER SATISFIED if you buy Munsing. Boys' and Girls 50c to $1.00 Men's $1.00 to $3.00 Ladies' $1.00 to $3.50 Topsy and Wayne Knit Hosiery Two of the oldest and best known lines of hosiery Priced from 10c pair up More New School Shoes For all ages School Children $1.50 to $3.50 pair Solid leather, good wearing. We buy direct from the factory New E. y W. Dress Shirts $1.00 and $1.50 Stylish New Neckties 50c Bradley Sweaters For men, women, boys, girls, children-splendid substantial Sweaters of the unusual good qualities made by the-Bradley Co. Women's $1.75 up, Girl's $1.00 up, Boys' 50c up Men's 50c up, Children's 50c up, Knit Caps 50c up BIG LOT HANDSOME NEW ROOM RUGS WaDfceir-IIcfenlbtoeini9 Thg"ality ' Quaker Lace Curtains. Red Crest White Quilts. H. & P. Gloves, men, women, children 50c to $2 The Butler Weekly Times Printed on Thursday of each week. ROBT, I). ALIGN) Editor and - Mgr. Entered at the Post Office of But ler, Mo., as second-class mall matter. PRICE, $1.00 f ER YEAR OLD SETTLERS REUNION of Nineteenth Annual Meeting Association Held Wednesday. The Nineteenth Annual Re union of the Old Settlers Asso ciation was held in Butler Wednesday, October 6th. Weath er conditions were ideal, Wednes day being a Typical fall day and the attendance was extraordinar ily large, every section of the county being well represented. The association meeting which was held in the circuit court room was called o order , by Miles S. Horn and invocation was offered by Rev. E. K. Wolfe. Judge Carl J. Henry delivered the wel coming address "and Clark Wix responded on behalf of the asso ciation. J udgc Calvird followed with pleasing talk to the Old Set tlers, and Rev. R. M. TalberT made a brief talk. Officers' were then elected as follows: . - ' President, 0.. M. Burkhart." . Vice President, Miles S. Horn. Secretary, B. B. Canterbury. ; Treasurer, T, L. Pettys. " The association -then adjourned to the court house ; yard where the various- contests ; were held and premiums swarded. ' ' . Congressman Dickinson, who was present extended ' a cordial Death of Mrs. T. J. Daniel. The body of .Mrs. T. J. Daniel, who died in Eugene, Ore., Thurs day, 'Sept. ;i), arrived in this city Tuesday and taken to the home of Edward Daniel, on West Pine street where funeral services conducted by Hey. R. M. Web dell, were held . that afternoon, interment was made in the Mor ris cemetery. Mrs. Daniel, who was 88 years old, was a native of North Caro lina and came to Missouri about '67 where- she resided until about three years ago when she re moved to Oregon. She is -survived by seven sons, Edward, Joseph B., J. H., L. H.. C. C., A. M., and.;E. M. Daniel. Reception for Rev. Scroggs. The members' of the Presbyter ian church held a reception at the church Tuesday evening to meet their new pastor Rev. Geo. Scroggs and family. , The church was crowded and after a program ' of readings, speeches and musicv ice cream and cake was served and a very pleasant hour was spent. Marriage Licenses. George Garrison. ,.;'. Adrian, Mo. Nona E. Fortner. . . .Adrian,- Mo. Mr. Hill Routheast of town says he -would not take $100 for the Hog Joy machine that he purchased from the Logan-Moore Lumber Co. The hog joy ma ciune is automatic. All that is necessary to do is to fill the ma chine with oil and place it in the lot and the hogs will do the rest and it is guaranteed to kill all hce or other vermid. . r 50-lt " Our good friend, Ed Bailey, Democratic- committeeman' from Elkhart township, was in the city one day the -first of the week hob tL'T arc-i triai txi aid , of - a cr a j zzt, d foor-j r lis Ir ::r?itad cf a I i rl) fz. cctl.- lack ia Voice in New York is Heard in Hawaii. New -York, Sept. 30. That wireless telephone communica tion from the Atlantic seaboard to Hawaii, a. distance of 4,600 miles, is now an accomplished fact, was announced today at the offices of the American Telephone and Tele graph Company. Exceeding even in success the transmission of the human voice from Arlington to 3Iare Island, Cal., a distance of 2,500 miles, accomplished . last night; it was stated that subse quent experiments had resulted in successful telephone communiea tion between Arlington and thu naval radio station at Pearl Har bor, Hawaii. ' The distance over which this wireless communication was held is greater than the distance from New York to London, Paris, Ber lin or Rome. The voice had to travel over the whole of the T'nit. ed States, a distance of 2,500 miles belore it encountered the more simple -wireless conditions which exist over the large bodies of wat er. For the purpose of this test it was stated. that' the receiving was done on small wireless anten nae erected by engineers of the telephone company, by permission of the naval authorities in the Pearl. Harbor station. Through a tvnotrranhienl prrnr The Times was made to say last week that the site for the county nome naa cost the county $3000. This should have read $5000, this being the purchase price for the land, as has been stated in these columns heretofore. ! D- B. Swezy of the a Rockville neighborhood was -. in ' the'- city Wednesday 'attending the Old Settlers Reunion and of course he dropped into the Times office for a chat. - ' - , " x . Aiirea mwion was in . tk southwest part of the sUte xhs last of the week trHJi Mriv tourists from Mofcwr. Iltf. : . The basket rX' Four Attempt to Kill Mayor. , Pana, 111., Sept.-30. Following an attempt upon his life. last night while he was returning to his home, when four men attacked him with a club, Charles' Braasch Mayor of Bulpitt, a mining town northwest of Pana, and his wife early this morning discovered a plot to dynamite his home. Two large sticks of dynamite, each with 2 feet of fuse, -were found near the Braasch house Defective fuses prevented the dy namite from exploding. : . . The attempt on the life of the Mayor and toxlynamite his home follow his revocation of a saloon license Monday. J. B. WALTON HONORED Nominated, Member of Board of j Governors for Farm Mort- gage Association. ey, will be more than enough tc take up all. of the bad paper.': Died of Heart Failure. Emanuel Graves, aged 53 years of Mound City, Kas., bridge fore man of the Inter-state branch of the Missouri Pacific railroad, who was .superintending the construc tion of the-new turn table at the denot. drODDed dead of heart fail. ure about 6:30 o'clock Friday evening.. ' His wife, son and dansrhter. ne- companied by ten Masons, of wnicn orderthe deceased was a member, and a number of friends and neighbors '. arrived Saturday irom Mound Citv and thp re. mains were taken to that city for burial. J. B. Walton, vice president of the Walton Trust Company left Wednesday for St. Louis "where he will attend a convention of the Farm Mortgage Bankers Asso ciation of America which meets at the Planters Hotel in that city Thursday and Friday. Mr. Walton has been nominat ed as a member of the board of governors of the Association, a position which he is eminently fitted. In his long association with the Walton Trust Company one of the largest institutions of its kind in the state Mn Walton has identified himself with the foremost financiers of the middle west and his ability and experi ence eminently fit him for a mem bership in this important body. Special Session Unlikely. ; Washington, D. C., Oct. '.4'. virtually has i President Wilson i decided not to call a special ses- jSion of the Senate before the jlneeting of Congress in regular, session. Although he is desirous of having the Senate's .rules amended so as to give the major ity, power to limit debate, he is understood to have become con vinced that it-is better not to call' the Senate together at this time. Some of- the President's ad vis- - " . IM Lit . I . I II.' KlliTIHI NtTM sion should be called " to amend tlie rule and to ratify the pend ing treaties between the United States and Nicaragua and Colombia. Circuit Court. Circuit Court cnnvpripri ' Mon day, Oct. 4. with Judore Calvird on the bench. The first of the week was devoted to the reset ting of the docket and filing mo tions. v . ; Grand Jury is in session and probably, will continue the re mainder of the week. '- Ccrjr Cent ; tjomtty XJorrtmet fcf nr Man's Death Reveals Fraud of Half Million. Kansas City, Oct. 2. The death of Theodore Peltier, ' who was killed here Wednesday in a fall from the Scarritt Building, resulted m disclosures that reveal that Peltzer obtained mnr than $500,000 by fraudulent means in n live yeaTS. - Expert accountants, who have been coing over his books are amazed at : the revelatbn, "and Peltzer 's attorney ; is said to 'have admitted that fraud had been dis closed. More than $300,000 in 'bad paper is said to" be in the hands -of Kansas Cityana. It is also said that many wid ows and. orphans hold fraudulent naner in amounta nnni hmi $2,0Q0to tO.CCO and shrerrd bes- luej nzn sxe &uo saij:r: ove bees azaona Peltier's v ' Mine Sinks U. S. Vessel. Wasbinirton D C: Sent 30 The American-sailing ship Vin cent was blown up September 27 by a mine off Cape Orloff, in the White Sea, and is a total loss. The crew was saved but Capt. Amberrtran-and three men wpr injured: They are being 'treated in a hospital at Archangel. Con sular dispatches to the Stjate De partment today reported the dis aster. - . . . The Vincent formerly Wan British shin, which Teeent.1v tnnt American register. She, sailed -from New York Jpne 9 and ar rived at Archanirel Jnlv an nail ing from -there September 4;fpr uonaon. r Eilaye Good at Once. -"Save Waste bv feeding stlarvA at once as soon a the rflt ik f;!i: ed if you want to." J. G. JLrrieuhnre. ; 'It Si Ett silre.