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ALL TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
Willow and French Plumes, Flowers, Ribbons, Silks and
Velvets, Fancy Bands and Airgrettes, will be
on sale for a short time at
HALF PRICE FOR CASH ONLY
SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, JUNE 1st
Millinery Emporium, 216 5th St.
When the question of building
a county jail was under consider
ation the people of Cassville
made a proposition to the county
court that if the county would
appropriate Si. 000 the citizens
would give a like sum. The coun
ty court made the appropriation.
Cassville then reported to the
court that they could raise but
$2,000 and the cost of the build
ing was cut accordingly. .Cass
ville then raised Si, 400 and de
posited it in a bank subject to
their own order instead of to the
order of the county. It cannot
be shown where a single dollar
of this money was ever turned to
the use of the county and the
general opinion is that it was re
turned to the subscribers.
In this court house bond pro
position there is but little doubt
but that a string is tied to the
$10,000 bonus and will be pulled
as soon as the bonds are voted.
To avoid being fooled again
vote against the court house bond
proposition Saturday and request
your neighbor to do likewise. If
the bonds carry it will be because
of the stay-at-home vote. Go to
the polls early.
We have been in business in this town
for some time, and we are loo! :ng to
build up trade by always advising our
ja irons tig-lit.
So when we tell you that wo have
found the eczema remedy and that we
stand back of it with the mam: :'acturer's
iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves
juu citii ufjtfuu upuii it. mac we Kive our
I of medicine to skin sufferers, but be
cause we know how It will help our
business if we help our patrons.
We keep in stock and sell, all the well
lmown skin remedies. l;ut we will say
this: It' you are suffering from any
kind of skin trouble, eczema, psoriasis,
rash or tetter, we want you to try a full
size bottle of P. L. L. Prescription.
And, if it does not do the work, this
ZI2.MO I OK VOl K SKIN
JAMES A. DAUGIIERTY
The Congressman Who Never Misses a Roll Call
and Who Is Asking the Customary
"'What zi'c need in official life is not so much bril
liancy and eloquence of speech, but a heart that beats in
sympathy with the people. It is more important that a
man's heart beats right than that lie should express him
self with fluency. is the vote that counts on the roll
call. Judge Daugherty's heart is right. I will add my
guarantee and gladly warrant him proof against the temp
tations that have led western congressmen to become the
servants of eastern interests. He would not have remained
faithful all these years had he not been proof against the
influences that corrupt and lead astray." W.J. Bryan,
Joplin, Mo., September 28, 1910.
Kc.cuut, l'implcs, Kash and All j
Skin Afflictions Ouicky
11 L a led
No matter what the trouble,
eczema, dialing, pimples, salt
rheum, Zemo instantly stops ir
ritation. The cure comes quick.
Sinks right in, leaving no trace.
Zemo is a vanishing liquid. Your
skin fairly revels with delight
the moment Zemo is applied.
Greatest thing on earth for dan
druff. Zemo is prepared by E. W.
Rose. Medicine Company St.
Louis, Mo., and is sold by all
druggists at $1 a bottle. But to
prove to you its wonderful value
it is now put up in liberal size
trial bottles at only 25 cents and
is guaranteed to do the work or
your monev back. Sold at A. H.
Cox & Co's., Drug Store.
Lumber Offers the
Homeless A Chance
to start a home on a smaller in
vestment tli an any other material
inasmuch as a frame house can he
enlarged with additions from time
to time as demands require without
materially detracting from the orig
inal unit. Windows and doors can
be easily cut and exterior walls ex
tended, and when painted such
changes defy detection. Two or
three rooms can he started first and
the rent money saved will do won
ders to your hank account. There
are a lot of things in favor of frame
construction that you probably
have never considered, which would
put a new aspect on this home
building question if you knew about
them. Suppose you come in and
talk it over w ith us and take a look
at the "quality" lumber we handle
and learn our prices first hand.
Our time and advice are at your
"There's No Place Like Home.'
Now don't be influenced by
what some one tells you they are
going to give to you, but go to
Bob Callaway's and see what he
is offering to sell you at reason
able prices. Bob has the goods.
i Livery Barn t
New Rigs; Gentle Family
Horses and Fancy
Members of the Philathea
Class of the Baptist Sunday
School gave a kitchen shower for
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson
Each article presented was ac
companied by an appropriate
verse of poetry, the reading of
winch occasioned much merri
ment. All spent a delightful
selling at $1:
suits Ma run s are
.30 77-2 t.
W. C. T. U. MEETINGS
East of Barnsley's Cutlery Factory.
J . N . TURNER.
E. A. O'Dwyer.
414, N. Side Broadway
Farm and city prop
erty for salh and ex
change. Farm and
city loans, rentals
ONLY 50 CENTS
The Weekly Times the re
mainder of this year for only 50
cents, cash with order. This is
a good opportunity to get your
reading at a big reduction in
price. The presidential cam
paign will be of unusual interest
this year as will also the local
contest. Call at this office or
send remittance by mail.
C. E. Whitlatch is suffering
with a sprained ankle and is ob
liged to walk with crutches.
The W. C. T. U. have secured
Mrs. Amelia Mahan of Carthage
to give a street lecture on Satui
day night at the drinking foun
tain, corner Fourth and Broad
On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'
clock Mrs. Mahan will give a lec
ture at the Kings Prairie church.
An elocutionary recital will be
given at the Presbyterian church
on Monday evening. Admission
15 and '20 cents.
Mrs. Mahan will speak at Se
ligman on Tuesday evening.
Up to Thursday night Sarcox
ie had shipped 105 car loads of
strawberries. The growers are
having trouble securing sufficient
pickers to take care of the crop.
Gene Saxe visited at Washburn
DON'T BE DECEIVED
It is being circulated that Mo
nett will be given 10,000 with
which to erect a building in
which to hold one term of court
should the bond election carry
next Saturday. This report is
being circulated with intent to
deceive the people of the north
and west portions of the county,
hoping by so doing to lead them
t ) vote for the measure. The
renort is f-iise Should tbo I rtvice no in order to soil a few lottl.-s
Xt-iOtU IS l.tle. OUUUIU LOC f mpdicin to skin suffprpro tint Iip-
ineasure carry every dollar
secured by the sale of the bonds
will be used in Casssville and
Monett and all other towns along
the line of the Frisco will be for
ever barred from ever receivting
any benefits therefrom. Be
very careful in voting and let no
one deceive you. Be sure and
go to the polls and vote NO.
I'l KDY m:vs
Kunii The Ht-raid.
Mrs. Walker visited her daugh
ter, Mrs. V. Hadley at Monett
Dr. Earl Gladden of Keifer,
Okla., came in last Friday morn- j
ing on a visit to his parents. I
J. L. Gillaspy drove over to j
Monett last Sunday morning "to
meet his sister, Mrs. C. II. Gur- j
ley, who nacl just arrived irom
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bradford
returned to their home at Monett
Monday night after a visit with
the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Orville Vineyard died at his
home on Pogues Creek, May 21,
l'J12, aged b7 years, 0 months
and 13 days. Mr. Vineyard was
a member of the Baptist church
and a good citizen. He has lived i
on the same farm on Pogues
Creek for the past 00 years.
Funeral services were held last
Saturday and interment made in
the Vineyard cemetery.
CAT CROSSED WITH RABBIT
A peculiar freak of nature
bearing all the seeming of across
between a cat and a rabbit is in
the possession of M. A. Dunphy
and Walter Woods, who have
bought the hybrid for the pur
pose of selling it to some show
dealing in freaks. The animal
has the head and front feet of a
cat, but its hindquarters, hind
legs and tail are unmistakably
those of a rabbit. It rears itself
on its hind legs like a bunny,
seems to tear cats and subsists
on a mixed diet of grass and
The animal is not at all pretty
to look at; its movements show
neither the grace of the cat nor
the speed of the rabbit. Indeed
it bears in its form the disap
proval of nature, which seems to
have brought it forth under pro
test and in displeasure at the
violation of its laws. Sarcoxie
"Our Personal Guarantee
c, to all Skin Sufferers"
Brown & Hagler, Druggists
bottle will cost you nothing. You alona
Again and again we have seen how &.
few drops of ibis ciniple wash applied
to the skin, takes away the itch, in
stantly. And the cures all seem to be
I). 1). 1J. Frescription made by the
D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, iss
composed of thymol, glycerine, oil of
wintergreen anil other healinpr. soothinir.
cooling ingredients. And if you ara
just crazy with itch, you will feet
soothed and cooled, the itch absolutely
washed away the moment you applied
this D. D. D.
We have made faet friends of mora
than one family by recommending this
remedy to a skin sufferer here anil
there and we want yon to try it novf
on our positive no-ray guarantee.
The Largest Horse in
21 hands Tall, Weight 295 lbs., Valued at $25,000.00
This giant horse will he shown in a tent in
Monday, Tuesday, Wednes.
June 3, 4 and 5
Dont miss seeing him, nothing like it ever shown before
"Dr. LcGear" this wonderful Horse, was foaled and raised on a
farm in the United States and was worked on the farm until he was six
years old. He is a beautiful dapple seal brown Percheron Gelding nine
years old, 16 feet long from tip to tip, takes a 33 inch collar and a 5
pound shoe. He is absolutely sound, perfectly proportioned and pro
nounced by Veterinary Surgeons and horse experts to be the largest and
most Wonderful Horse in all the World.
ADMISSION - - ONLY 10 CENTS
Owned in St. Louis, Mo., by
Dr. L. D. LeGear Medicine Company
Manufacturers of Dr. LeGear's Stock and Poultry Remedies
Kansas, McAlester, Piedmont
Smithing and Anthracite Coal
We have received a copy of the
Wagoner Record containing an
account of the closing exercises
of the public schools of that city
and the presentation to the mem
ber of the class that ranked
highest in the contest, a fine gold
medal offered by W. S. Brite, a
citizen of Monett, now a success
ful merchant of that city.
Mrs. Thos. Griffin and daugh
ter Ethel of Springfield, are visit
ing in Monett.
Miss Olla Swindle, who was
operated upon for appendicitis
the first of the week is in a seri
ous condition, peritonitis having
Miss Retta Talbert of Cass
ville has announced her approach
ing marriage to Lynn B. Jones
which will take place June 23.
Rev. C. Sennelf and wife went
to Springfield this morning,
where Mrs. Senneff will enter
the Burge-Deaconess Hospital.
I take this means of informing
those of my former patrons who
are indebted to me that they may
settle their accounts by calling
at C. Lewis' drug store, corner
Fourth and Broadway. I will
consider it a special favor if those
so indebted will call and settle.
77 tf. Wakken W. Beaty.
THE GRACE SISTERS
Singing and Dancing
I PI CTUR ES
ADMISSION 5 AND 10 CENTS.
The West End Grocer
We Solicit Your
Our Goods are Fresh
Our Stock is Complete
All Orders Promptly Filled.
Fresh Country Produce
j MONETT, ft MISSOURI
Says I to Myself Says I.
The Joplin (Mo,) Morning Tribune
Is the paper to buy says I, being a real Demo
cratic paper, for all true Democrats.
The People's Paper
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