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PER CAPITA CIR
Were All Money in U. S. Diid
cd Each Person Would
Washington, D. C, July 6. A
decrease in circulation per capita
of 40 cents on July 1, as com
pared with a year ago, is shown
by the latest Treasury statement
on the subject. On July 1,1900,
the amount which each man, wo
man and child in the United
States would have been paid
were all the money equally di
vided was $33.01. Last Friday
it was $34.5:!.
The amount of money in circu
lation on July 1 was greater than
a year ago, but the population in
creased in greater proportion
than did the money.
MINER SAYS HE FOUND THE COOK
Colorado Springs, Col., July G.
P. J. Carrigan, a seaman and
former Alaskan miner, who is
here searching for a former min
ing comrade, today made the
claim that he had ascended Mt.
McKinley in Alaska and had
there found the records which
Dr. Cook, the discredited Arctic
explorer, claimed to have left on
the summit of the mountain.
According to Carrigan's story,
which John R, Bradley, the mil
lionaire and former backer of
Dr. Cook, is inclined to believe is
true, he found on reaching the
summit of Mount McKinley a
copper tube containing records
and an American iiag, sticking
out of a crevice in a boulder in
such a way that it would attract
tee notice ot anyone coining
within a hundred feet of it.
TEN YEARS AGO
From the Moxi-.TT
Julv .". l'.M).
Weekly Tim :s
Governor Roosevelt is making
a tour of Kansas this week.
Mrs. Sophia Winton, mother
of Miss lizzie "Winton, died at
Dr. Bean's residence Tuesday,
July '2. She was eighty years old
and had been in poor health for
Charlie Baker was brought be
fore Justice Williams for trial
Saturday to answer to the crime
of stabbing Ira Williams b u t
waived examination and w a s
committed to the county jail un
til the next session of court.
Webb City and Carterville are
talking of consolidating.
Lewis Connor is erecting two
six-room houses on Second street
on lots recently purchased of M.
John Atkenson, who lived on
Second street with his widowed
mother, died July 5.
Mrs. Will Blennerhassett fell
while hanging out clothes Mon
day and broke her arm.
ROADS GET CONTiNLiENCES
Jefferson City, Mo., July G.
The state board of railroad com
missioners granted a continuence
until October 8 today of the rail
roads on the order to show cause
why a lower schedule of rates on
grain and other commodities
.should not be put into effect.
( Miss Margaret Welsh, sup
erintendent of the hospital a t
Muskogee, is in the city visiting
her mother over the Fourth.
THE TIMES WANT ADS.
Fou Kkxt: Rooms for light house
keeping. Inquire at this office.
Two nicely furnished rooms for
rentv Mrs. N. B. Goldsborough, '.'AT,
Pearl street. i)7-w2-p.
Lost: Small black purse contain
ing sum 'of money. Return to Mrs.
Smithmier, 507 Eighth street and re
ceive reward. 00-t-3-p.
If you are going to buy furniture
and carpets, spend your money where
you know you will get the best values
for the nionev vou invest. BobCalla
way's Furniture and Carpet house is
All kinds of commercial printing,
booklets and official blanks printed at
ihe Times job shop. tf.
Only a few more days in which to
jet your Chautauqua tickets at the
deduced rate. We will reserve them
for you. Call soon. tf.
Arch lloxsey Dives 100 Feet
When Lnginc Goes Dead
Pittsburg, Kan., July G. Arch
lloxsey, in a Wright biplane,
dived almost straight downward
from a height of 100 feet here
yesterday after his engine had
gone dead. The machine was
demolished, but lloxsey crawled
out from a mass of planes, wires
and stays unhurt.
It was the last day of a four
days' aviation meet here. Hoxsey
was soaring along evenly at a
height of 500 feet, when his
motor stopped. Hoxsey tilted
his planes and had floated down
gently to about 100 feet from the
ground, when one of the plane's
stay gave way, the aeroplane's
nose dropped and the machine
crashed to earth.
The farmers are making good
use of this tine weather.
Sunday, July 10 is the regular
meeting day at New Liberty and
in the evening Rev Quails will
deliver the M. W. A. memorial
sermon. Everybody invited.
All the sick and afflicted in
this community are improving.
Mrs. Bracket t and grandchild
ren from Longmont, Coio., ar
rived Saturday on a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Howard and
A large crowd from Monett
celebrated the Fourth at Men
don. The Fourth of July celebration
at Joe Mulkey's was well attend-
Everybody had an old fash-
ioned glorious Fourth. The
Ladies Aid society had a stand
and made s:0. They wish to;
thank Mr. and Mrs. Mulkey for
their kind and courteous treat -
G W Scoff h is vptnrnod from
Kirksville where he
tend a Jersey sale, He purchased
one cow, two heifers and one
male. They are very fine im
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Beckett
visited Mrs. T. K. Whaley, Mon
day. Mendon school will commence
August 1st this year.
Mr. and Mrs. John Means and
family spent Monday with Phil
Hunter and family.
C. J. Seward has returned
from Cassville. He won a prize on
his trotting horse.
This is a good season for grow
ing crops, as we are having plen
ty of rain.
The Fourth is over and every
one looks as if they enjoyed them
selves. Xearly all from this
neighborhood attended the cele
bration at Purdy.
Harvey Jackson and Miss Al
ma Lee were the guests of Miss
Verna Spain Sunday.
Alfred Long is on the sick list.
Miss Stella Snyder of Monett,
visited home folks last week.
Dr. Frank, the eye specialist
of Monett, was in this neighbor
hood one day last week.
D. P. Courdin and sons, of near
Purdy, are harvesting the wheat
on their farm in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Medlin
spent Sunday with home folks
near Macec onia.
Success to the Times and its
CUTTING THEM OUT
The presentation of the Jeffries-Johnson'
prize fight moving
pictures have already been pro
hibited in fifty large cities and
in seven states. Governor Had
ley says that if the exhibition o
these pictures in Missouri can
be prohibited by law he will or
der the law enacted. It is hoped
that the last bruising match in
the United States has been
KRYL WITH CORNET KRYL'S BAND
OF 50 COMING TO CHAU
TAUQUA What a world of pleasant antic
ipation there is in the announce
ment that "Bohumir Kryl and
his band of fifty are coming to
the chautauqua." How eagerly
all of those who heard the world's
greatest cornetist at the head of
his great band at the chautauqua
last year will look forward to
this opportunity of hearing him i
J iKTL IBS- i rKYLo
at the head of a much larger and ei mm iw "t our peo-
even better musical organization j llle knmv that bohumir Kyrl is a
at the Monett chautauqua on j sculptor. When the late General
Musical Festival day, Wednes-1 Luw Wallace had written Ben
day July '20th. j ur anc found that he had creat-
Don't you remember the great ;ed a masterpiece, there came a
concert last year, the Hungarian i demand that his features be pro
Rhapsodies, the Hunting Scene, : served to the future in enduring
the Sextette from Lucia, the marble. General Wallace con
Soldier's Dream, the last, but -'seated and a search was made
not least, that side convulsing,
never to be forgotten "Pizzicati
Polka" as rendered by Kryl? You
remember how enthusiastic the
audiences would grow over the
selections, and they would de
mand, and frequently get, three
or four encores on one selection.
lhe new programs are out.
They are even better than last
year's phenomenal successes,
i for last year was Mr. Kryl's first
1 year in the chautauqua work, and
j realizing the posibilities of the
! chautauqua movement and see -
tauqua audiences he has planned
some unusually big surprises for
the concert on Musical Festival
MISS COCKRELL WEDS FOREIGN AM
BASSADOR Xorwick, Conn., July 0. Miss
Anna Lwmg Cockrell, daughter
of Francis M. Cockrell, member
i of the Interstate
Commissioner, and former Un -
ited States Senator from Mis-
souri, and uambros A. (Joro
milas, Minister of Greece to the
United States, were married in
this city today at the home of
the bride's sister, Mrs. Edson F.
GRAVEL THE STREETS
A subscriber to the Timks re
minded us the other day that
Carthage, a town with the best
streets in the southwest has not !
a f()Ot OI street paving. I ll C
4-.. -..4--. , , ,, ,i i .1 '
streets are first graded then 1
covered with gravel. Aurora's!
, . . . . , 1
graveled streets are the pride of j
its people. Let the property I
11 i i j ;
OWnCl'S Of Some One Street Of MO-
ltett take the initiative and in j
less then two years we will have
Any lady can get a silvered
"Xo-Drip" Coffee Strainer by writing-
Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wis. Send
no money. Simply ask -for the
"Xo-Drip Company privilege, giv
inr your name and address. Dr.
Shoop will also send free his new
and very interesting- little book
discribing Dr. Snoop's Haelth Coffee.
Health Coffee is such a close im
itation ot real Coffee, that it takes
an expert to tell the difference.
And neither is there a grain of
real Coffee in it. Made faom pura
toasted grains, malt andnuts. Xo
tedious boiling either. "Madh in
a minute", says' Dr. Shoop. Write
today for the book and "Xo-Drip"
Coupon. John Wa.lsh.
J. W. Stroud came down from
Monett, Thursday and after
spending a day or two here went
on to Eldorado to look after
some shipments at that point.
All kinds of binder repairs. Can
vas repaired. Bring them now.
BCCHNER & THIELEX,
Kit-' vAitHi-M - S-&a : tl
BAND OF 50
The Associated chautauqua s
are the only assemblies which
'have the honor of presenting the
Kryl brings to us the same or
ganization, the same soloists and
the same instrumentation that
he uses in the large eastern city
engagements: just fifteen more
musicians than he carries when
he plays chautauqua engage
ments arranged b y Bureaus
for independent assemblies. We
; f " the man best fitted to do the
work. Choice fell on a youn
. I hemian Bohumir Kryl, then
engaged on the great soldier
. monu mentin Indi tnapolis whose
carving had attract ju wide at
I tention. Kryl wont to Crawfords
: ville, and the world knows with
what success the task was car
ried out. It was about the last
: piece of sculpture that Kryl did
, and his best. Immediately
! thereafter, at the suggestion of
j Sousa, Kryl laid down the chisel
; forever and adopted the cornet
, arnsiic expression, i n e r e o y
! tm- world lost a tine sculptor,
! hut gained the greatest cornetist
it has ever known.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT ,
I Of the Financial comiili. m of M.Kiett Slate Hank
I at Monett State of Missouri, at the close of Inis-
j im"sS the 3""' ,!a-v "f " i" i-'!i-hi
in the :NKrT Timks. a newspaixT printed
j .-ini ,mi.iish,.i at M.ett, state t Missouri. ,
! llu' 7lh (la "' Ju - " Nl'- --
ins and discounts, personal or
j Keai estate hanking house;
j Furniture and fixtures
Due from other banks and bankers, .
j ject to Check
j Specie. ,
I Capital stock paid in
! Cndi'vided profits, net
! It-dividual deposits subject to check
I Time certificates f deposit
I IVmand certificates ol deposit
. .. 5s.253.OM
.. -I..-.25 5'i
I State of Missouri. I
W'".A.S. Hawkins as president, and Chas.
V. liaker as Cashier of said bank, each of us. do
solemnly swear that the atxive statement is true
1(1 Ule tH.sl(l(llirknm.k.liLri.an)1 llt.,ief.
a. s. Hawkins. President.
Chas. IX I'.akkk. Cashier.
subscribed and sworn u t-f.re me, this the 7th
d,V " -uy A- ;"' fitness -y hand ami
notarial seal on the date last aforesaid. iCom-
missioned and qualified for a term expiring Oct.
skai.; James Johnston. Xotary Public.
RuliKKT HoU MAN.
K. P. Sl.KK.
John Walsh, Directors
Human Life for July
Human Life occupies a niche pecu
liarly its own in the literary temple of
fame because it is the only magazine
which deals exclusively with stories
about livino- people. In some issue
throughout the year will be found the
fresh and fascinating life story of ev
ery man and woman who is helping- to
make present day American history,
together with numerous shorter
sketches of clever and interesting peo
ple who are doing things out of the
The July issue contains the story of
Congressman Norris of Nebraska," the
'"little corporal" of the insurgents
who battered down the Bastile of Can
nonism. His life story is strong in
human interest, as showing the influ
ences which moulded the man.
There are other good tilings galore.
Down in Connecticut a Mr. and Mrs!
Charles Barnard are conducting a
Housekeeping Experiment Station and
gathering invaluable information for
reducing the cost of living. The story
of George C. Boldt, the prince of hotel
proprietors, is the tirst of a series res
lating to the great American captain
HUMAN L-IFE PUBLISHING CO.
ABERNATHY BOYS LEAVE FOR HOME
IN MOTOR CAR
Xew York, July 6. The Aber
naty boys, who rode horseback
from Oklahoma to Xew York to
greet Col. Roosevelt, left for
their home today in a runabout
automobile with Temple at the
wheel. Marshal Abernathy ac
companied the youngsters in a
Father and boys called on Col.
Roosevelt at las office today to
bid him goodbye. The colonel
was entertaining a party of Colo
rado friends, but had the Aber
nathys ushered in at once and in
troduced them as ''his marshal
and his two boys."
Friends of the marshal and his
boys tendered them a farewell
luncheon at the Astor at noon.
A farewell reception was giv
en at the home of Mrs. A. Cole
Thursday, for Mrs. Chas. Bryan
who will leave in a couple of
weeks for her new home at El
The hostesses for the occasion
were Mesdames Cole, Al Live -
say, S. C. Collier and George
About thirty of Mrs. Bryan's
mentis were present ana spent ; clock p. m., at fhe court house
the afternoon in playing Five j door in the town of Cassville, Coun-
Hundred and.., her amount. 5&.SlKL dSi
Mrs. Bryan was given t h e ! real estate or so much theieot as
guest of honor prize a pair ofjma'oe necessary, at public ven
solid gold cuff buttons. Mrs. M. j "?;J.r cash t,he Pul Pose
C. Shipley won the club prize a
Mrs. Bryan was also presented
with a handsome handbag as a
farewell present from about
Mr. Bryan has work out of El
Paso, Tex., and the family will
make that place their home.
Their many friends sincerely re
gret their departure.
BIRTHDAY Or DAILY TIMES
Today, July 7, the Monett
Daily Timks enters upon the
third year of its existence and
wt; are proud of the fact that we
can truthfully say that it is the
! best and newsiest newspaper
" (-ever published in Monett. The
Timks is also the leading news
paper in Barry county.
Ten years ago the Timks was
started by the present proprie
tor as a seven column folio week
ly sheet in afield already covered
by two newspapers. We ad
vanced to a five column quarto,
then to a six column quarto, then
to a semi-weeklv and lastly to a
six folio daily and an eight quarto
weekly, all home print.
We believe that we are justified
in feeling somewhat proud of our
ten years labor in the city and
we ire going to promise right
now that we will continue to im
prove the Timks from year to
year, and we shall hope for and
expect the continued good will
and patronage of the progressive
people of Barry and Lawrence
Mayor Perry Short returned Thurs
day morning from a business trip to
Mrs. W. F. Brite went to Keifer,
Ok., Thursday, to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Ellis Jones.
Mr. Limbarger has gone to Ark
ansas City, Kan., to visit his son and
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lehnhard vis
ited the camping party at Forest
The annual picnic of the Frisco em
ployes will be held at Mammoth
Springs. Ark., this year instead of at
Carthage, as has been the custom.
A. Wightman is ill with
Miss Veva Lorranee of Paris, Tex.,
is visiting Miss Sadie Bayes.
Mrs. W. L. Fly has returned from a
few days visit at Purdy.
Mrs. Kaitt is expected home in a
few days from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Will Cowan at Muskogee, Ok.
R. M. McDonald and family de
parted Thursday for a visit in St.
Louis and Indiana.
Mrs. Dowd has returned to Colora
do after a visit to Mrs. Peck, who
lives near Monett.
Save your time and temper by
using good tools
BUCHXER & THIELEX.
Trustee's. Sale By Sheriff
Whereas, Charles E. Davis and
Effie A. U. Davis, his wife, by
there certain deed ot trust dated
theilstday oi October, 1908, and
recorded on the 31st day oi 'August
19Cy, in the recorder's cilice in and
lor Barry County, Stale of Mis
souri, in book 44, at page 622, con
veyed to Robert Johnson, as trus
tee, the to.lowmg described real
estate situate, lying and being in
tne County of liurrv and State of
Missouri, towit: Lot No. Four (4),
Block Eleven (11), Frisco Addition
(to the City ol Monett. Missouri, to
secure the payment oi their fifty-
two (52) promissory notes in said
deed ot trust; and whereas, default
has been made in the payment of
two (2) of said notes and the inter
est on allot said notes, the legal
holder of said notes, on account of
said default and in pursuance of
the option is said deed ot trust, has
elected to declare the whole ot said
deot and interestdue and payable;
and whereas, the said deed o
trust makes provision in case ot
death, absence or refusal of tee
aforesaid trustee to act .the then
acting sheriff of Barry Ccuntv' at
j the request of the legal holder ol
said notes may proceed to sell the
property herein described: and
whereas, the said Robert Johnson,
trustee, refuses to act at said sale,
; no w therefore, at the request of the
legal holder of said notes and m
j accordance with tke terms of said
' deed of trust, notire is liprphv iriven
thtT AI v - ,
Barry County, Missouri, acting
trustee, will, on Saturday, the SCth
day o f July, 1910, between t n e
nours ot v o clock a- m. and 3o-
satisfy-ng s,aid deed s o secured
and the costs and expenses for
executing said trust.
M. E. Xewmax,
Sheriff and Acting Trustee.
First Insertion Julv 8, 1'JU).
We can both make money if you
buy your impliments and supplies
at BCCHXER & TlIIKLEX'S
S-l. '' to Pueblo, Colorado Springs
and Denver. Col.
.")7. lo to Pho-nis and I'reseott. Ariz.
S(2. 15 to Los Angeles, San Diego
and San Francisco, Cal.
, m.Xy to Ogden and Salt Lake Citv,
"--- to Seattle, Wash., and Port
f4I.:J0 to Washington, D. C.
20.-f0 to Chicago. 111.
.-( . SO to Detroit, Mich.
.-i2.20 to Mackinac .Islam1.. Mich.
822.25 to St. Paul, Minn.
$;!)..') to Gardiner and Yellowstone
And return, proportionately low
rates to a great many other points in
the East, North and West, on sale
daily until September .'50. tinal return
limit October 31, 1!10, to most all des
tinations. $4.10 from Monett to Westville, Ok.,
and return, account annual picnic.
Dates of sale July 22 and 2.!, final re
turn limit July 24.
$11.50 from Monett to St. Louis and
return. Dates of sale July 25, 2(3 and
27, final return limit August 2.
$27 .90 from Monett to Detroit, Mich.,
and return account of Reunion Grand
Lodge, Benevolent and Protect iv
Order of Elks date of sale July 0th to
10th inclusive final return limit July
21st an extension of tinal limit of
ticket may be obtained to Au2 20th.
A failing tinv nerve no larger
than the finest silken thread takes
trom the heart its impulse its
power, its regularity. The Stom
ach also has its hidden, or inside
nerves. It was Dr Shoop who
first told us it was wrong to drug
a weak or failing Stomach, Heart
or Kidneys. His prescription Dr.
Shoop's Restorative is directed
straight for cause ot these ailments
these weak and faltering inside
nerves. This, no doubt clearly ex
plaits wey the Restorative has of
late grown so rapidly in popularity.
Druggists say that those who test
the Restorative even tor a few days
soon become fully convinced ot its
wonderful merit. Any way, don't
drug the orgaD. Treating the
causeof sickness is the only sens
ible and successful way. Sold by
Occupation tax is now due for
quarter beginning July 1st, and
is payable to James Johnston,
City Clerk, office 2nd floor, 408
Broadway. 99 16.