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TO BUTLER Tuesday, September 12th. Tim Goods Koads Boosters of Butler announce the visit "td But ler ou the above date of the Kan sas City Automobile Dealers As sociation in their overland tour of Missouri and Kansas. They will be accompanied by Col. P. W Buffurn, State Highway Engineer Cornelius Roach, Secretary of . State and other state officers and good roads boosters. They will be accompanied by the famous Third Regiment; band of Kansas' City. This party, consisting ot thirty or more - automobiles, will arrive in But lcr from (Tiuton. coining in by the Soriicc road, at about 10 o'clock a. in., on Tuesday morn ing October. 12lli. They will re - main in Butler until abouf two o'clock p. ni. During their stay in Butler ii Ootid lioads Meeting will he held ill the court house yard or the Court Room (depend ing upon the wentlier) when ad dresses will.be made by good roads men of stale wide reputa tion. I !u1 lcr invites every good roads booster to come out and attend this mecliiig. In order that inter est in road vor.k may be awak ened the citiens of Butler offc the following prizes which will be awarded on that day. 1st To the person driving drag the greatest distance. $10 cash. ... 2nd To the person driving drag next greatest distance cash. ... rd To the best teiini of farm work mules driven to drag (not - less than two miles from Butler $H cash. - Second .prize sk.'J.f0 pair of shoes. -Third prize $1.50 buggy whip. 1-th To the hesf team of woi horses driven .to drag, (not less than two miles from Butler) $10 - cash. Second prize $.'!.50 Stet son hal". Third prize $1.(." sack Koyal Hour. ."th To the best drag madt and owned hy a farmer, $10 cash (ii h To' the second best drag made and owned hy a farmer, $." cash. "t!i To the third best drag nisde and owned by a farmer, $:i.r0 pair of blankets. St 1 1 For the best essay of not over ."00 words written by a Bates Con nt v erade school nunil upon the subject "Value of Good Roads to a Fanner." For the sec ond best, $:J.")0 gold ring. Essay to be handed in at the good roads meeting and prizes awarded when all can be read by. commit tee. Prize winners to be pub lished. !)th To the' person bringing in the greatest number of men, wo men and children to this meeting iiimn one vehicle from outside city limits (hay frames 'not barred.) Second' prize $2."0 -anet sweeper. Third prize sfO.Ofl candy. 10th To the oldest man driv ing a drug, pair $r,00 gold glass es. 1 ; . 11th To the .youngest driver of a drug, $1.f() cap. 12th To the heaviest driver of a drag, $1.00 in merchandise. Rules of contests: All drags must arrive at north side oi court bouse snuare not later than 10 o'clock where they .will b Jiitched. All drags competing for prizes must be drawn to town by two or more horses or mules. Knter for prizes with secretary of Butler Commercial Club" at band stand in northwest corner of court house yard from 0 to 10:30 o'clock. Fill your automobile, wagon, buggy or hay frame full of neigh bors and COMK TO BUTLER. Mt. Camel News. Clarence- Porter filled his silo Friday and W. G. Sellon filled his Monday. Mr.Waldron pulled the cutter with his big plow en gine. -.' ;;:"';; ; Perry Burk Went to Kansas City Saturday to spend a few days with relatives and attend the stock show. Sir. andn Sirs. J. W. Eggle son and son, Orland, spent sever al days last week at the home of C. G. Porter and family. Sir. and Sirs. W. K. Osborne had their baby's picture taken in Butler Saturday. - Miss Maud Burk has returned from a several weeks visit in Kansas City. Several from our neighborhood attended Sirs. Rosa Steele's sale Tuesday. Sirs. Slay Allen andson, Slat- thew, of'Selma, California, are spending a couple of weeks with her sister, Airs. Joe Fleming and family, ; Perry Cowgill Lnd daughter, Delia, of near Altona, came down Tuesday to spend - a few days' with relatives and friends m this neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Williams, Sir. and Sirs. Lewis SIcKibben, Sirs. Oren Jenkins and Miss Lulu Dudley all of Butler attended the! baptizing near Enterprise school house Sunday. Campbell Sedwick hauled" wat er for Sfalone brothers threshing machine last week. W. M. Ilardinjer went to But ler Slonday to serve on the Grand BAKER'S -HOGS ARE WINNERS Captured many, Premium .-.,'at Topeka, Kas., Hutchinson, Kas., and the State 'air-at-Sedalia. , fury worl tins. week, dim Bare will for him while he is gone. CXCLK HENRY. W. A. Baker and son, Claud, returned the first of the week f roin Sedalia where they had ex hibited their herd of Big Bone Poland China hogs at the State Fair. " - T Everywhere Baker & Sons hoes have been exhibited this season they have been winners. They won nearly all the prizes at the Bates County Fair.- From there they went to Topeka, Kas.,s and the week following they were at the Kansas State Fair at Hutchin son, from which point they shipped to Sedalia. Following is a list of premiums they Avon at the three last fairs. Topeka, Kas. Boar 18 months and under 2 years, 1st. Boar fi months and under .12, 2nd. Sow fi months and under one year, 1st and 4th. Sow under six months, 2nd, :ird and 4th. Herd under one year, 1st. Herd under one year, bred by exhibitor, 1st. Four animals, get of sire anv age, .2nd. , Four animals, produce of sow, 2nd. Junior champion sow. Hutchinson Kansas State Fair Aged Boar, 3rd. " Boar over 18 months and under Virginia-Grand View Pickups. Rev.' Pfost filled his regular appointment at the Christian church Sunday. ' ' Many from -this neighborhood attended the Amsterdam fair last week and reported a fine fair, Spruce Earl Winan of Los Angeles, ! Cal.. joined his wife and family. Win. Odneal and son, Rav, re-j turned home Thursday, having spent ten days looking over Tex as land. Rev. I). S. Kazee began a re vival meetniir at the Methodist hurch Slonday night. Sliss Kate Pilaris, who is teach ing school at Rockville, has the typhoid fever. Lev. Harry- Heireck, of Collins- ville," 111., who has been conduct ing a series of meetings at the Walnut Grove Presbyterian hurch, (dosed a very successful meeting Sunday night. There were, lt conversions and l(i ac- essions to the church. Sir. Vm. Hoover and wife, and Sliss Emma Hoover .who, have been out n the coast for the last month returned home Sunday. Sirs. Baity, of Kansas City, is isiting her parents. Sir. and" Sirs. 'hillip Hoover. Sir. J. R. Simpson is on the grand jury this week. J. R. Berkebile moved to Adri an this week,' where he will enter the automobile business.. Sliss Dollie Stiers, of St. Jo seph, SIo., who -has been visiting her sister -and family, Rev. C. C. Miller and wife, returned to her home Wednesday. six months. 1st. 1st and 3rd. 2 years, 1st. Boar over (i months and under 12. 3rd. Boar pig under :!rd. Aged sow, 2nd, Junior sow, 3rd, Senior sow pigs, Junior sow pigs. Senior reserve champion boar.. Junior -champion sow. Reserve grand champion sow. Junior reserve champion sow. Aged herd, 2nd. Young herd, 1st. Sedalia. Missouri State Fair Aged boar, 3rd. Senior yearling, 1st. r Senior boar pig, 4th, 5th rth. Junior boar pig, 4th. Aged sow, 1st. Senior yearling sow, 3rd. Junior yearling sow, 4th 6th. Sow pigs, 2nd, 3rd and 6th. Spring litter, 2nd. Specials 4 watch fobs. 1 silver cup. 1 .bronz medal. 1 diploma. and and Warren Ayres has been spend- ing a few days with home folks this week and last. "Ola Ayres, Emma Pahltuan and Ruth Orear-, -who are attending the Butler High School, spent Saturday and Sunday with home- folks. Mrs. Alice Jenkins and Virgil Jenkins were .called to the bed side of their daughter and sister, Miss ley Jenkins, Friday night She is very low in a hospital in Kansas City. A telegram has been recieved since, stating that she is very much better and get t ing along fine. Sliss Slaud Burk has returned from Kansas City where she has been visiting tor some time. There is Christian ' . Endeavor the Christian Church every Sun day night and everyone is cor dially invited to attend. The top ic for next Sunday night is "Be a Leader, Be a Follower," and will be led by the president, Sir. Hen ry SIcCann. Several relatives of Sir. and .Mrs. Henry Oldham visited them Sunday. w"' ' :"F,V' - Sliss Glova Smith visited her grandparents, Sir. and Sirs. I. SI. Smith, last week. : Dr. and Sirs. ; Loekwood and son, Oscar, visited at the home of Sir. and Sirs. Greenup Sunday. Several from . here attended Hie big dinner and preaching ser vices at . Ainoret Sunday. There is a meeting going on there. The SV. "('. T. IT. will hold t chicken fry at Virginia in Dr Lush's grove Friday. Sirs. See- linger will be here and give lalk. We didn't notice John I). See- linger's buggy tied at Will Park's fence Sunday evening Sirs. Cuzick returned Slonday I rout Sedalia where she attended the State Fair and visited her daughter, Sirs. Williamson. 0. : II . I r Mi) 1 11 LUJ LI CHI li LI LI CllJ Li I Popular Prices We have just received a new ship ment of winter hats and trimmings at ex ceedingly low prices. . Buy Your New Hat From Us It Will Pay You Fuflirman Timgle CRYING FOR HELP Lots of it in Butler But Growing Less. Daily Oak Grove Items. Geo. W. Pilaris Returns from a Western Trip. Geo. W. Pharis returned Fri day from an extended trip through the west. He left here Aug. 6, in company of Robt. Rains, John Vanhoy and Clyd Borland. They went from hen Archie Odneal spent this week , , ? eJ owstone Park when- 1 at the Sedalia fair. ?Ir PJ,fl M the. restof 1 pari.y auu weni up mio vanaua em Sir's. Ira Eads and children re turned home Sunday after visit ing relatives in Kansas City. ' Mrs. H. A. Wayland Dead. Mrs. II. A. Wayland who has been an invalid , for some time dipd at her home northeast of But ler Tuesday night, Oct. 5. Nettie Henry was born in Pleas ant Gap township this county, in January. 1871, and was married to If. A. Wayland September, 1889.:;,-. ::'-', aL'v;,- :r-:- Many years aeo , she united with the Baptist Church and lm ed a eonscientious Christian life and during her life spent' in this county made a host of friends who deeply. ynipathie with the family m their bereavement. ha ia innirMt htr her hnabuid three r dauKbters, Mrs, .Walter Taylor nd Hiaes Lefi, Buth rrl Catileen tad two on, Aab- Orchard Grove. Put up the stove. Sirs. F.. J. Peters has been on the sick list but is better now. Sirs. J. 0. SVelliver and daugh ter, Sliss Nellie, spent 'Wednes day afternoon Ayith Mrs. Phillip Pry. Mrs. BVank Feely spent one af ternoon last week with Sirs. Wal ter' Cassity. 1 Sirs. Mehaffey and Mrs.' Mor ula visited at the home of Mrs. Giis Ilellwig 'Friday "afternoon. Sir. Bert Beach f ront "Appleton City was up in this neighborhood on business one lay last week. Mr. and " Mrs. Peter Tharp spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. John Wood- n. . , . : :;.--' : Mrs. Lafe Cassity and Mrs. Isaac Ellington spent one day last week with Mrs. Jim Steele. Sir. Henry Tharp and sister, Miss Pearl, spent Sunday at the home of tlieirf sister, Mrs. Will White. ;.. . Mr. and Mrs..M. E." Stonffer and-son, Clifford, spent Sunday at the home of. Otis Andrews - Mrs. Spencer and : son, '- Berey, from Elk, Kaaaw, are visiting .at the home of Ifr. Pete Tharp. . ; ' ; Mr. and Mrs. J7W. Isley spent Monday at the borne of lip. IS. jE. CtonCar.v;;;;.i ySZ' 1 . 1 -a- wnere ne visited a son. He savs they have the finest wheat, in that country he ever saw anywhere. From there he went to Washing ton and then to the San Francis co Fair and other points of inter est in California returning by way of El Paso, Tex., where he went over into Slexico and saw Gen. Villa's . troops drilling. Street merchants were, selling lit tle pieces of , watermelon ' at $1 Slexican money. He brought home a 20 peso bill, Which looks like real money, for which he paid seven cents U. S. nioney. Amsterdam Street Fair. The Amsterdam street fair which was held Tuesday and Wednesday of last week was a big success in every' particular. - lhe display of corn and other agricultural products would have done credit to any fair any place. 1 he horses and mules were the kind they raise in Western Bates and that means as good as they raise any place on earth. ' This was one of the few fairs that was not hurt "by rainy weather' this year, they having two fine days. Sliss Kathlyn Watkhis called on Mrs. C. T. Quick Friday even ing. ' Sirs. Lon Foster spent Friday at-G us Child's. Dudley Coin pt on, Misses -Nena Batchelor and Beulah Bowman spent Sunday at AV. L. Comp- ton s. ' Mrs. Mark Butler and children spent the latter part of the "week with her parents, Mr. and Sirs. Jake Varns. Sirs. Garfield Ramalia enjoyed a visit trom her sister Sunday. Sir. and Sirs. A. T. Keen and Sirs. Rilla Radford and children spent the latter part of the week visiting relatives in the Ohio neighborhood. The Oak Grove Improvement Club will meet Saturday night, Oct. 9, 1915. (Too late for last week.) Mr. and Sirs. SI. Mistjer, Chas. Rector and wife and Slarsh Brown and wife spent Sunday at Chas. Pharis'. : Sirs. Clara Batchelor left Fri day for Topeka, Kans.,. where she will make a short visit. ' Joe West and wife spent Fri day at Jake Frey's. " ' , . Mr. and Mrs. O'Gil of Kansas are visiting Mr. and Airs. Hen Norval: ' . The family of Rev. Sharp came out Friday to attend the meetings at Oak Grove and returned home Monday. Nena Batchelor spent Tuesday night with Thelma Sargent. - Tom Clntwood helped:' -Mer! Sargent cut corn Wednesday; Goldie Foster spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents. PANSY; The kidneys often cry for help. Not another organ in the whole body is more delicately construct ed. - . ; ' ; Not one more important to health.. . - The .kidneys are the filter of the blood. ' When they fail the blood be comes foul and poisonous. There can be no health where there is poisoned blood. Backache is one of the frequent indications of -kidney trouble. It' is often the kidney's cry for help. Heed it. Read what Doan's Kidney Pills have done for overworked kid neys. Read what Doan's have done for Butler people. SI. T, Duncan, 620 W. Pine' St., Butler, says: "For several years suffered mtenstly from kidney' complaint. I had severe pains in my sides and the kidney secre tions bothered me. After using several remedies without-benefit, I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Clay's Drug Store. They ben efitted me in every way.'.' Price oOc, at all dealers. -Don t simply ask-for a kidney remedy get Doan's' Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Duncan had. Fos-ter-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo,. N. Y. 50-2t Turned Down a Better Offer Rev. Claude S. Hanby to Rolla. Among .the appointment of min isters announced by the M. E. conference at St. Louis last M'eek Ave note the following: Rolla, Claude S. Hanby ; But ler, Chas. A. AVMters; Butler Cir cuit, Thomas .Spencer; "Amster dam and .Ainoret, L N. Farrot; Hume, O. R. Sides; Rich Hill. D. C. Slallory; Sheldon and Milo, G. A. Deitrich ;' Adrian, W. S. Court-' ney; Appleton City, J. C. Gil breath; Clinton, A. J. Murphy;. Deepwater, E. E. Brown ; Slont rose, C. S. Oswald. Rev. W. F. Jones was reap pointed superintendent of. , the Carthage district. Miss Irene Mains Married. . Friends in this city are in re ceipt of the announiement of the marriage of Miss Irene Mains to Henry Finch Gardner, which oc curred at Oakland, Cal., Wednes-T day, September 15. They will make their home in Berkley, Cal. The Times joins their many friends in wishing them a happy future. ' ' -;'.-V:v Tor Cal..;..: ".';' At a bargainOne three horse power Webber, gasoline; engine, also one burr; suitable for grind isg f eed or whole wheat flour, Jnst the til j tzr tr; or cpiaitry U-il-' Yr "-VTV; tad Not A Cadid&te, Taft Says. i Topeka, Kas,, Sept. 29. That he will not be a candidate next year, and that the Republican party is reunited and; stronger than in ; 1912; were statements made by, former President m H. Taft who passed through to day on his way to Cincinnstito his first grandson, the sob of Mr. and" Mrs. Charles Taft- : Mr. ' Taft -. praised President TTilaon'a eonf;"t .cf ; tVe FzZo rr?a -sitiutrx v'-r - TTx . - - -- -..;--.,- :. -. : -,- . i,i ii i i ii" hi i i - .-,. ' " ' V- ' ' ' The faculty of . the Warrens burg Normal School Hast'.' week wrote Prof. S. E. Smith, principal of the Harrisonville High School, and asked him. if he would con sider an offer to teach Agricnl ture at the Normal for the ensu ing year. Professor Smith -con sidered the proposition i severa days and then wrote the faculty that he did not feel that he could consistently resign from his prin cipal ship of the Harrisonville High School. This letter of inquiry on the part of the representatives of the Normal was a splendid tribute to the merits of Professor Smith, who is ; rated as one, of the best teachers of Agriculture . in the profession. Professor Smith said that he was well satisfied with his position in Harrisonville, that he liked the citizens. oJLthe town, and above all, his pupils, and that he does not care to leave here to teach " elsewhere. Cass : County Democrat.. .. ., , - . v Professor Smith is a son of the late Judge Estes Smith and his answer in turning down the offer of a better position -when he had agreed to teach in Harrisonville was only to be expected from one of his high sense of honor.- Democrats to Hevada Next Nevada, ' Mo.: Oct. 4.-A" state Democratic meeting ; similar to that held M St Joseph last week will: be held in Nevada, October 23, according to ; an annonnee njeht maie tjr tohuo:J?lC Callaway of the . Yernoa CJossty Demrt ctraHtti-' "-tvf FOOT POWER Jig Sau Handur Foot Power Circular Saw . .. ' ". .'-, And other light wood working machinery FOR SALE A. II. Culver -Furniture Co. . ' .,' 3 K " V "''-i:' err..,. rencr"3 tcu!: Alio :ra jow- i -. . v 111,' . 4 f w : : i "tr erv "... ; -- j - - - Ci v7t wtt -nsr re.4 ixc'la H e-it V-V iocri-r-i' cs wOa L;.;j '; a i ' c!Iie ezzj ti a,V '.:,4.v''i u i t iX'-ii; i : f Cv2:ocl t "t ti V 9 r r.