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The Monett times. (Monett, Mo.) 1899-1939, February 14, 1913, Image 7

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II TOW is the Time to open your account
Y here. We give you safety, the benefit
: of a well organized bank, the personal
responsibility of the officers and every facility
and accommodation consistent with good
and safe banking. Should this not convince
you that your money is absolutely-safe when
placed in this depository? We solicit your
account, larg-e or small, and pay 4f0 interest
on Time Deposits. .
MONETT STATE BANK
DR. A. S. HAWKINS, Pres.
JOHN WALSH, Vice-Pres.
PATRICK MARTIN, Vice Pres.
JOHN M. McGRATH, Cashier.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
Sixf y Years ihe Standard
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A Cream of Tartar Powder
Made from Grapes
NO ALUM
Central Barber Shop
114 Fourth Street
Skilled Workmen, Courteous Treatment
B, A. AMOS, Prop.
W, M. WEST
Physician and
Surgeon
Office over Post Office Fourh Steet.
LOCAL NEWS
I, R. PEARSON
VETERINARY HOSPITAL
AND HEADQUARTERS
AT PEIRCE CITY, MO.
Half Elk North
First Nat'l Bank
Office Phone 275
Residence 24
SAMPLE SHOES
Are 25 percent Cheaper than
Regular Stock and 25 cts the
pair better. You buy them at
The Sample Shoe Store
317 BROADWAY
, Frisco Special Rates.
$29.65 to Mobile, Ala.
$41.00 to Jacksonville, Fla. ,
$33.85 to Augusta, Ga.
$38.70 to Savannah, Ga.
f28.20 to New Orleans, La. v
$63.60 to Mexico City, Mex
' $31.00 to Biloxi and Gulfport, Miss
, $28.10 to Roswell, New Mex.
$32.10 to Carlsbad, New Mex.
$39.35 to Deming, New. , Mex
$37.35 to Albuquerque, New Mex.1
$38.00 to Charleston, S. C. .
$14.80 to Dallas and Ft. Worth,
$24.40 to Houston, Tex.
$25.35 to San Antonio, Tex.
to Galveston, rex., ana re
turn account Winter Tourist excursion
fares, proportionately .low fares to
- I .' i 1 1 O ' 1 3
many oiuer points in iie oouw ana
Southwest, dates of sale in most cases
Oct. 19th 1912 to April 30th 1913.
$13.60 from Monett to Memphis,
'Tenn., and' return, account Laymen
Missionary ; Meeting Presbyterian
'Church of the U. S. Dates of sale
iFebruary 16 and 17. Final return
limit February 28.
$35.25 from Monett to Washington,
D. C, and return, account of Presi
dential Inauguration Ceremonies,
Dates of sale February 27 and 28, also
.March 1 and 2. Final return limit
March 10.
$7.25 via Carthage and $7.50 via
Springfield to Kansas City, Mo., and
(return, account Convention of Young
Republicans. Dates of sale February
11 and 12. Final return limit Febru
ary 13.
Thomas & I nomas
House Painting and
1 Pjinprlmnpinu "'
-AUTO & CARRIAGE PAINTING A SPEC'AITY
Satisfaction Guaranteed '
C!orPhone3Jr " Monett Mo.
For first class dentistry see
Dr. Hudson in the Fitzgerald
Building. Telephone 175
Mrs. A. T. Bramer has been
quite ill with erysipelas
Call at Jackson's office and pay
your county personal tax.
Mrs. Clifford Sweet, of Spring'
field, is visiting her parents, Mr
and Mrs. A. T. Bramer.
Rev. Fr. Sisbert, of Peirce
City, visited Tuesday with Rev
Fr. Sisbert,
visited Tuesday
Fr. Kilkenny.
W,
and
J. Leake, Mrs. H. A. Hunt
Mrs. Fred Kerr visited in
Joplin, Tuesday.
Mrs. Jas. Mansfield went to
Joplin Wednesday to visit Thos
Mansfield and family.
Mrs. S. E. Johnson went to
Joplin Wednesday to visit her
sister, Mrs. Clarence Jerome.
Mrs, J. B. Kirkpatrick let
Wednesday morning for a visit at
Tulsa, Ok.
See W. E.Thornburgh for coal
Phone 197. 81tf
Coal and wood heating stoves
for sale at actual cost at F. M
Hall's. 21 tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Leake en
tertained a few friends Saturday
in honor of Mrs. Fred Kerr, of
Rolla.
For sanitary work in cleaning
and pressing, see Anderson &
Johnson, third door north of
postoffice. Phone 453. 88 tf.
THE TIMES WANT ADS.
Strayed: One sorrel horse,
harness marks on sides. Notify
J. D. Dummit. 85 tl.
Furnished house for rent, one
or any number oi rooms, , lor
light housekeeping, 605 Fifth
street-. 55 tf.
Two extra nice modern rooms
for 'rent for light housekeeping.
Call 901 North Fourth, or phone
533. ' tf.
Fok Sale.- -A number of fine
residence lots in West Monett be
tween Wishart and Dunn streets
for' sale at $125.00 each. Small
cash payment, balance monthly.
K. D. Traughber.
Jan. 27, m l.v i ,
Wanted: A typesetter, or
printer, good wages, steady job,
beautiful city in which to live,
chance for promotion. Address
Democrat, Carthage, Mo. 88t 6p
Old papers for sale at this of
fice. Large bundle for 5 cents.
For Sale 1 good Jack, 2 span
of mules, 2 well drills, 2 engines,
160 acres of land. The above pro
perty will be sold, cheap and
terms to suit purchaser if sold at
once, tor prices and terms see
R. Durn,mitt,'v Monett, Mo. ,
, V 20t4w.
Two good fresh Jersey cows
for sale. Inquire of Ami
RURAL ITEMS.
The farmers are not very busy
these wintry days, and are spend
ing their time .hunting, visiting
and feasting upon the many good
things that they had stored
away in their spacious cellars.
Mrs. Steve Lautaret and little
daughter Stella who have been
visiting in the neighborhood, left
Saturday morning for Benton-.
ville, Ark., where they will visit
other relatives for a few days
before returning to their home
in Oklahoma.
Ernest Jabas home burned to
the ground Friday while the
ASSESSED VALUATION
The following is the total as
sessed valuation of Lawrence
county for the taxes of 1913:
St. L. & S. F. Ry. Co. ... 432,868
St.L.J.M.&S.Ry.Co. 432,020
K. C, Ft. & M. Ry. Co.
(A.B.) .' 197,770
St. L. & S. F. Co. (W. B.! 65,037
Western Union Tele
graph Co. 26,060
American Tel. & Phone
Co : 6,629
Mo. & Kan. Telephone
Co .......... . 28,276
Mt. Vernon Telephone
Co....: 3,780
Ash Grove Telephone
Co 52
Total railroad, etc $1,191,500
Real Estate 4,596,040
Personal A 2,152, 10:
Merchants' Statements 238,845
Grand Total $8,178,550
One box Alright soap at $2,65
at Hall's Grocery. 21 tf
If you want something cheap
Bob Callaway will sell it to you at
the right price. See those dress
ers in the west window at $6.45,
$9.20, $9.25 and $10.65.
IN LAWRENCE CIRCUIT COURT
W. A. Holder alleges that he
obtained a judgment in the
Gfeen county circuit court again
st F. A. Chidester for $1,700;, to
defeat the collection of this judg-
family were away and nothing ment the plaintiff claims in his
was saved. They are now with petition that defendant Chidester
neighbors and have thesympathy
of the community.
Miss Berniece Wallen is suf
fering from an attack of tonsi
litis. t
Miss Nellie Cuendet of Peirce
City visited home folks, Sunday.
Mrs. Steve Courdin and
children spent Saturday and
Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
J. P. Planchon of Kings Prairie.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS .
We have ust received a new
line of fancy birth announce
ments. For boys a pink border
and for girls a light blue. Very
dainty and pretty. Printed with
our delicate copperplate type
they will makea souvenir of the
baby's birth of which you will be
proud. Ask to see them.
CHICAGO GRAND CONCERT QUINTET
The next number of the Mo
nett Liyceum course win be a
musical entertainment given by
the Chicago Grand Concert
Quintet. The date is February
lo. Members oi tne company
are Harold U. Trigillus, basso
and musical director; Adolph
ngstrom, tenor; Aurelia Fullen
Tregillus, soprano; Margaret
Giles, contralto and Gretchen
ngstrom. pianiste.
BACK PERSONAL TAX.
Joe Jackson has been appoint
ed Deputy County Collector for
the collection of back personal
taxes. Please call at his office
and pay your back taxes for the
year 1911 and 1912 at once and
save the extra penalty. 184-tf '
LAND FOR SALE.
For Sale:, 120 acres of good
timber land, l miles east of
Monett high school for sale at
reasonable price to close up
estate. For particulars inquire
of R. R. Teel, Monett, Mo. 44 tf
The. W. C. T. U. will give an
entertainment February 12 at the
M. E. Church, south. The play
is entitled, "The Saving of Dad
dy." 8t.
k
Something new just out in the
way of a steel couch. Attractive
n appearance and convenient for
the spare ibed that is sometimes
necessary. See them at Bob
Callaway's. tf
Mrs. G. A. Jenks received a
message that her twin brother,
Joe Cochran, of Shelblna, was
very ill. Mrs. Jenks was not
able to make the trip to see him.
Place yoiir order early for that
new spring suit, as Easter comes
the earliest since '56, the date
being March 23rd this year.
88 tf Andkhson & Johnson.
sold lot 2 block 1 and lots 1 and 4
in block 2 in Gammill's 2d add to
Mrionville to one William Hous
ton: plaintiff therefore wan.s the
caurt to divest title of said real
estate of Houston and vest same
in plaintiff.
Corliss Crandal filed ' replevin
suit against Emmett Merrick for
the possession of a certain bay
horse of the value of $100, which
plaintiff alleges he purchased
from Lark Merrick, fatherof the
defendant.
February 4, 1913 Prosecuting
Attorney Miller filed an infor
mation against Edgar Zinn and
Vesker Zinn charging that they
did upon that date make a felon
ous assault upon Henry Horst-
man. un February 5th defend
ants were arrested by Sheriff
Cherry and afterwards released
on bonds in the sumJ.of $500
each.
"First in war,
First in peace,
First in the hearts of his country
men. 1
George Washington."
First with the goods,
First with the style,
First in the minds of well-dressed
men.
88 13 Anderson & Johnson.
FRISCO CONDUCTOR DEAD
George W. Wolff, one of the
oldest conductors on the Frisco,
died at his home at Kirkwood,
Sunday. The funeral Jwas held
Monday and interment was made
at Pacific.
Mr. Wulff was 64 years old and
began his railroad career on the
Missouri Pacific in 1884. He
had been conuected with the
Frisco since 1889. He was the
first conductorto runthe Meteor.
Call at Jackson's office and pay
your county personal tax.
DUNTLEY
PNEUMATIC
SWEEPERS'
Not Only Thoroughly
VACUUM CLEAN
Rugs and Carpets, but also pick up all
Lint, Thread, Pins, Etc.
IN ONE OPERATION
This is the only satisfactory combination of
SUCTION NOZZLE AND
REVOLVING BRUSH.
Light in Weight
Low In Price
AGEI
Write for full information and
LIBERAL OFFER
Duntley Pneumatic
Sweeper Company
601 State St. Chicago
S WANTED
Howell & Butler's Meat Market
CORNER THIRD AND BKOADWAY
We Handle the Best the Country Can Produce
A Trial Order Will Convince You.
SATISFACTION GUAKANTEEP PHONE No. 1
E. T. BEATY
General Blacksmithing
Wagon and Carriage Work
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Rubber Tires Fitted Only Best Material Used.
West End of Broadway.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES
PAINTED TO ORDER
WIIWIIHIIIItlHIHMXM WXMMKW q
COAL AND WOOD
The Best Grades of Coal
Always on Hand.
Phone 12
Murphy Brothers Monett, mo.
1 I f.J .
Mausoleums, Granite and Marble
Monuments
Only Best Materials Used. Moderate Prices
All work Guaranteed.
Peirce City Granite Works.
Call at Jackson's dfflce and pay
MARTIN BROS.
PIANO CO.
The One-irleo IMiino House,"
Springfield, Mo.
We can aupply you w ith anything
In the line of Musical Merchan
dise at prices that will ehablo you
to save money.
You Can Make Home Happier
and
Increase the Love of Home in the Hearts of all
its members by presenting them with a Piano.
Don't put off adding this important feature to your home until
a "more convenient" time. We will do the waiting. Select your
Piano now and we will at once place it -in your home. You can
pay for it without missing the money.
We offer our immense stock of high grade Pianos, including the
Chickering, Uehning, Huntington, Briggs, Emersou Lester, lvera
& Pond, Merrill, Kiright-Brinkerhoff, Wilson and many others,
from which to make your selection, and remember we fully guar
antee every Piano we sell. Our prices are right our terms easy.
CUT OUT THIS COUPON AND MAIL TODAY.
MARTIN BROS. PIANO CO., Springfield, Mo.:
Please mail me Catalog and Prices of ........ .
Pianos, also free souvenir.
Name
Address.......
Cuendet. w21t4 ,
your county personal tax.

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