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COMPACT rD BSD FOB wIZSAT, f AT LOW KUCES vrra lSorr - SERVICE 'iA Emphatically! The Best Tire Proposition On The Market FISK established quality at Fisk Low r rices otters car owners for the hrst time an absolutely sure way to cut tire costs. You can get Fisk Non-Skid the most effec tive traction and non-skid tire at a price lower than is charged (or many plain treads. Note These Non-Skid Casing Prices 31x30 - 12.20 41x34 - 27.30 4 x33 - 20.00 41x36 - 28.70 4 x 34 - 20.35 5 x37 - 33.90 You can get Fisk Plain Tread the perfectly balanced, real long-mileage tire at a price which sets a new standard for value. To pay more than Fisk Prices is knowingly to turn aown an assured detinue saving in tire up-keep. Local Agent Henry's Garage BUTLER, MISSOURI i VVi (... Pal. Oft, TiaM toRo-tiraT Sural Home Makers Meet. Thr regular meeting of the Kural' Uhiiic Makers Club of IMtNssam !ap was held at the 'Iimim of -Mrs. Glenn Sargent ou WVdovMtav afternoon, Sept. 29. After brief business meeting the usual program was carried out. Tin members responded to ltx'1 ra!3 with an oricrinnl vcri nf Scmp hy Cluh. SelN reading. Miss Pearl Tharp. - Discussion of fireless cooker, led bir Miss Ada Rains. Ilovr lo amuse children at IktMise and keep them, contented, MrsL. h. Minnick. Instrumental music;. Mrs. Le.m How t select reading for chil dren, Mrs, Jesse Brooks. The benefit of music in the lnwttitts Mrs. Lee Ellington. Wa! music, Mrs. Glenn Sar- How to feed hens to get winter eggs, general discussion led by Mrs. .Will liocper. The annual reception will be held at the home of Mrs. T. E. Moi-illa. "October 29. Those present were: Mesdamcs Lein Sargent, Jesse Brooks, E. E. Morilla, Ed Moore, Seth Wix, 1 ferny Jiearee, Glenn Sargent, Milhurn Tharp, Misses- Ada Rains, Dolla Rains, Vivian Moril la. Master Warden Wix, Clarence Mori I la, Floyd Sargent, 01 er Sar gent. It was the pleaJ&ue of the Club to have present at this meeting Mrs. Ed Adams,' Master Elmer Adams, Miss Beulah Brown. The Club adjourned to meet Novem ber 3 at. the home of Miss Cora Wix. Club Cor. MAP OF THE UNITED STATES FOR 1 CTNT Use the Roller, Disc and Drag Harrow this rail. ' ' The difference between 'suc cess and failure in. a, crop of I wheat is often determined by the character of the seed bed." navsl M7F. Miller. MisWuTTColleire of 1 Agriculture. It is not rIwavh possioie to Dreoare an mail! til . .. . nea ior wneat because of un favorable weather conditions. The most ' fundamental consideration in seed bed preparation is that or naving-tne sou well settled be low and loose at the. mirfafte Early plowing usually makes this possioie, since it gives the land time to settle. The extreme rainfall of the last season has made it impossible in many cases' to plow land early, consequently where late plowing must be done great, care should le taken to work the land down with roller, disc and draer harrow so that the soil will be well settled beneath. Where it is necessary to plow under a large crop of organ ic matter even greater' attention should be given to this matter. It possible use a sharn weighted (use narrow to cnop up this organ ic matter and mix it. with the snr. face soil before nlowine in order to resettle the seed bed. Where wheat follows corn the soil is naturally well settled be low and in this case the lmnort ant matter is to pulverize the sur face soil thoroughly, usually with tiie drag and disc harrows. wnere -wheat follows cow as and soyabeans the land is usually round to be loose, but this season with the abundant rainfall it will be considerably more compact than usual. It is often well to disc such land, then roll just be fore seeding. Geological Survey Base Map of United States Adapted Es-V pecially to School Chicago Heard Jap Wireless. Chicago," Oct. 2. Sitting at the desk in the new wifeless station at Great Lakes early yesterday, G. F. Reiling, one of the wireless operators, heard one of the new stations . in Japan, about five thousand miles distant, talking to Kokea, Head station in the Ha waiian Islands. He also declares he heard a telephonic message from Mare Island, Cal. """ S Flams S CoW MoT your a Bl.st JF9J II I 71 I yr v II. i MUX I mVr I Save $25.00 this Winter from your former coal bills by heating your home with the valuable gas half of your fuel wasted by all other stoves. TMt valuable half of your coal saved and completely turned into beat only by a Cclo'o Original Hot Blast eaa4aaaataaaake aaa lata aara aeal tbaa aay I - - - . karaar with aama aiaatf ImM i aaaa a at tba - atr neat a mc aa im. T p. . Amli ltolfiinX arCli1i" nrWafafcw" " School teachers who are not fa miliar with the many and various maps published by the United States Geological Survey will be interested to learn of a small map of the United States which in anM bv tlltlt Vim-nan at tUa nnminnt price of J cent. This map shows . " I 1 ' r,. . . v rivers, lanes, isiare Doundaries, State capitals, apd principal cit ies, Dut not the less important fea turesi whose numerous nampn ami symbols tend to create obscurity ana contusion. This map does not show heights or mountain ranges. It measures about 8 1-2 by 12 inches and its scale is 260 miles to 1 inch. Fiv' onnifa nf the man are sold for 3 cents if an order for them is included in any order tor maps amounting to $3. The survey publishes also maps for the United States on larger scales, one on a scale of about 1-90 miles to 1 inch for 5 cents retail, and one on a scale of about 110 miles to 1 inch, with contours to show relief, or without contours for 15 cents retail. The whole sale price for these maps are 3 cents and 9 cents resnectivelv. A relief map of the United States measuring 18 by 28 inches, on a scale of 110 miles to the inch is sold for 15 cents, or for 9cents if an order for it is inelnAl in I an order for maps amounting to $3. This map shows the rivers, principal cities, and State boun daries, and is shaded in colors to show the heights above sea level oi an parts ot the country. Orders for these maps should he addressed to the Director, U. S. ueoiogical Survey, Washington, D. C, and accompanied by remit tance, in cash or nnstal - aer. Says President Prayed at Cabinet uonterence. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 2. President Wilson opened a recent meeting of his Cabinet by getting clown on his kness and praying, according to a statement by Bish op William F. Anderson of C.in. cinnati at the session of the Indi ana Methodist Conference Bish op Anderson said the. incident was related to him by a United States Senator and ihnt th Ltor had it direct from a member oi the Cabinet. ' ' The President 's face- WdTA A Solemn look When hp microti tha - " VV fllV Cabinet meeting " m1tnA PiohA - OI vauvvu -L'CTSV Anderson. "He said to the mem- bers of the Cabinet, 'I don't know whether vou men believe in prayer or not. Let us pray and asK nie help of ttod.' "And then the PrAairl the United States knelt upon his knees and the rest of th rbino did the same and th ProsiHani offered a prayer to God. J&very minister m this land, when he offers take Woodrow Wilson by the hand And lead him into the pres ence of God and ask that he be given streneth to confirm, tn ha. the great apostle of peace among men." "Amen." chorused evOTV min ister in the audience and a tele gram was framed -and' sent to President Wilson - - r- ""e confidence of the conference in him. , - , .. - i . . . ' U. 8. to Contract for 16 U-Boats Wasliineton. Sent. 30 ' . - J'vir als for sixteen suhmarinpa ws opened in the navy department roaay. . vvnen completed they will bring the total of Uncle Sam's underwater craft up to ueventy-iour, ,1'ne new boats will be desismed nritrnmlv w - - - j v vvaoi defense although they will have a steaming radios- to cross the Atlantic ocean. - In design and equipment the new U-DOatS Will h mnAtioA nt ter the eieht craft at th K io already in commission with all of me improvements of the latest or L class. They wfll have a length of leo feet with a 17-foot beam. They will mkra moderate tseed af from 18 tii 15 kneU aa hour ca tie tarf. j - - - T "' Aaf fr'ri i: ttivxl 132 Dead, 600 Hurt, 700 Missing, xoii oi isig Hurricane. W :.. WW f 1 V ) 9 Are you ceinc to leave a wife and a babv helpless should you die? Die "everv man must. It is his rl'utv tn hnva r - - bw av V W money oiled ud in the bank to make sure that his family will not be in want when he is taken awav from them. Your best life insiiranrp is mrinpv in th hnnlr because a cood solid business onnortunitv mnv come to you while you are alive. BANK WITH US Missouri State Bank 'THE OLD RELIABLE." Low Rates on Fapm Loans We are in a position to make farm loans at a low rate of interest oh either 5, 7 or 10 years time, with privilege of making partial payments on interest paying dates. All , pay ments of principal and . interest pay able at our office. We make ab stracts to all real estate in Bates county at reasonable rates. . The Walton Truot Co. BUTLER, MISSOURI ,OGQQQO.OO - Memphis, Oet. l.-VOne hun .i i j j i . . 1 i lu.eu aim wuny-two persons were killed in the hurricane Wednes day ana Thursday, more . than five hundred were injured and approximately seven hundred, are missinsr accordinir tn . O vwi w v 1 rauroaa otticials today. . r ane property loss will reach more than $5,000,000 nH for help are coming in from many A reDort from .Tnnlrann Miao said 51 persons are believed lost in tne territory from the Missis-1 Bippi river to the hnttnma eeht to Pearl river. . . , . ; One person was v killed and eiant . injured 'at. Nat W Mla and much property damage done mere. , . , i Conditions at Prrin Tl . a ok I much Worse than fira manntat I The deaths total 33 2S of thcad negroes. There is no food in that region. WfaotfdD Yom Say o . Hadn't you better get an IMPROVED EASY IRON and be one of the EASY family, small ln vestment, big Income,' the EASY U the only way to iron. What these people say the rest of the family will stand by. nav iM th Hon abeat s meatfet aad Oka it laa-MABLS DICKISOM, Spraea, Mlawarl. CaCTC.'alTMt UeV My Gaamlaa Ham, I aoaski af "tlx. aattfe la aaUrciy arttafaataty , aa qolto alaboraaTwntS. WfLX. AOe. B. F. O. Sa. J, Vmv& rA vi, r v - ;v 44 " Crcsa, Rio, i ' 1 S - r ' 3 . f ' x Vsrtn an! 1 .-. "