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The Inquisitive Pup.
KS WflHPEKS WHAT tT tt-"frEK SupDEmY PND5 OUT
THE GEM
TO-NIGHT
Gee! My 1'ants Pathe, Anier. Comedy
The Moving Finger, Kssenay, Drama.
A Kly Time, Lubin, Comedy
Calumet "K", Lubin, Drama
5 AND 10 CENTS
IK you nave that dark biown taste in your
with every morning hen you awake? II o
von are bilious and Bhould take twoor threeof
those little BLOODINE LIVER PILLS, easy to
lite, never sicken, weaken or gnie, 25c mailed
fcy The Bkwdine Corporation. Boston, Mass.
Pickel's Home Bakery
(Successor to Harrigan Bros.)
We have for sale Layer Cakes,
Cookies, Pies, Doughnuts, Etc.
GOOD HOME MADE BREAD
PHONE 542.
PHONE
47
And Let Us Do Your
Laundry Work.
e. & fTlaundry
O'Dwyer&Smerdon
Farm and City Property
for Sale and Exchange .
Farm and City Loans
Notary Work
Fire, Lightning. Tornado
and Life Insurance.
414, N. Side Broadway
Monctt, Missouri
SEE-
J. L. Jeffries
For
GOOD COAL
Kansas, McAlester, Piedmont
Smithing and Anthracite Coal
Office
I'hone
198
Yard
Phone
9
1
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TURNERS'
BROADWAY BARPT
New Rigs. Gentle Family Horse
and Fancy Drivers
- Cab calls answered promptly
day or night
Corner Sixth and Broadway
PHONE 342.
TURNER BROS.
Broadway Barber Shop
roadway, k.tweei Third and fourth
BATH I00MS IN CONNECTION
Up-to-date Sanitary Shop
A. HARVEY, Proprietor
DR. T. E. HASTINGS
Osteopath Physiciajs.
Office over
Lewis Drug Stork
Throe Year Graduate, Klrksville, Mo
restway ser ticket More
Alva Jones M. 0
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ftedally prepared to treat diseases of the eye,
me and throat.
Eye acientiflcaliy examined and glasses accu
a-ately fitted.
Prepared to treat alt di weasel of the air pas
sages Hay Fever, Asthma. Uronchitis, Catarrh
m fulmonary i uoercuiuuis.
D. E. MILLER, M, D
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Specially prepared to treat Diseases of
Women and Children, also diseases of
the Eye, Ear, Mom and Throat.
otassM fittsd.
IOmcNo.26 '
I Residence No. 777
Oflica ow First tlnaJ Bank
A HIGH CLASS ENTERTAINMENT
The Christian Messenger, of
Chicago, has the following to say
regarding the Chicago Grand
Opera Quintet which will give an
entertainment at the high school
February 18.
The Christian church was
crowded Wednesday night when
the Chicago Grand Opera Quintet
give their high-class entertain
ment. It was the fifth number of
our lecture course and proved to
be the best. The solo work was
more than pleasing. Harold
Tregillus, basso, has a deep and
sonorous voice, and his use of it
showed broad training. -It has
been along time since our people
have heard a tenor equal to Adolph
Engstrom. His singing revealed
a richness and brilliancy rarely
found in a high voice. The
soprano, Miss Nelson, had an
exceptionally sweet voice. Her
attractive personality and charm
ing voice made her the favorite of
the evening's entertainment.
Miss Gray sang the alto in a
rich musical voice and with poise
and distinction.
Without question the Chicago
Grand Opera Quintet is the best
musical organization that has
ever sang in our church. We
congratulate those-who were
foitunate enough to hear them.
Money To Loan, on City Prop
erty 3 to 5 years time at 8 Int.
89 tf. Robert Johnston.
The residence 'of Fred Banks
Berwick was burned down last
Friday night.
Set the example for your child
ren, neighbors ana menus oy
buying your furniture, carpets
and rugs at Bob Callaway's. You
will influence them right and
they will thank you for it.
CHICKEN PIE DINNER
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will serve chicken pie
dinner February 22, in the
building north of the postoffice.
I. ..n. I mi.
Go look at the latest in rugs at
Bob Callaway's, and after looking
at other places you will go to Cal-
away's to buy, for there is where
you nave the assortment in au
the grades to select from.
A Liberal Offer.
The undersigned druggists is
authorized by the American Drug
& Press Association, of which he
is a member, to guarantee Meri
tol Hair Tonic to give satisfaction
or the purchance price will be re
funded. This indicates the con
fidence they have in this prepara
tion. Brown & Hagler, Sole
Agents. (Adv.)
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS
We have just received anew
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 ybu will be
proud. Ask to see them.
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See the new rugs in all sizes at
Bob Callaway's. Make your se
lection and have it laid away for
you until you are ready for it.
This you can do by paying $2.00
down.
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
One box Alright soap at $2,65
at Hall's Grocery. . 21 tf
WHOOPING COUGH
Whooping-cough is one of ihe
most fatal of the acute diseases
affecting children. The death
rate is greater than that from
measles i5d scarlet fever com
Dined, it is caused by a germ
which is thrown from a patient's
mouth or nostrils in the act of
coughing. These germs may be
thrown directly into the faces of
other children, or into the room
where they mix with dust, when
the sputum dries and be inhaled.
The prevention of whooping
cough may, be accomplished by
isolating the infected child un
til the symptoms of the disease
disappear. This means until the
child has stopped coughing for
at least two or three weeks. The
period of isolation is necessarily
long because it requires from
one or two weeks to , sometime
two or three months for whoop
ing cough to run its course.
During the period of isolation,
if the child is old enough, he
should be taught to cough into a
Daper napkin; otherwise, the at
tendant should, when possible,
hold a paper napkin in front of
the coughing child. The quarters
occupied by the coughing child
should contain as little furniture
as possible certainly nocar pet
and should becleanedfrequently.
The clothing used by the child
its attendant should be disinfect
ed in five per cent carbolic acid
before being placed in the general
washing." All the handkerchiefs
used by the child and all excreta
should be disinfected, If strict
quarantine could be carried out
whooping- congh. could be practi
cally erldicated. And quarantine
must bedepended upon because
at this time no antitoxin or vac
cine of undoubted efficiency has
been affected.
The high death-rate of whooping-cough
renders this disease
one of the, most important Jof
children's diseases, so much so
that every parent should take an
interest in the disease and assist
in its eradication.
Sixteen different patterns in
linoleum at Bob Callaway's. If
you want to cover any floor with
linoleum how much more would
you want than this to select from.
President Geo. D. Locke of the
Kansas City& Memphis received
word yesterday from the Frisco
chief engineer stating that the
contract for the new union depot
at Rogers had been given to A.
Anderson & Co., of St. Louis.
The letter also stated that work
will becin as soon as the weather
will permit. Rogers. lArk.j
Democrat.
GAINS 40 POUNDS IN 40 DAYS.
REMARKABLE RESULTS OP THE
NEW TISSUE BUILDER BLOOD
INE, IN MANY CASES OP RUN
DOWN MEN AND WOMEN.
PROVE IT YOURSELF BY BUYING
A BOTTLE OF BLOODINE NOW.
"By George, I never saw anything
like the effects of that new treatment,
Bloodine, for the building up of
weight and lost nerve force. It acted
more like a miracle than a medicine,"
said a well known gentleman yesterday
in speaking of the revolution that had
taken place in his condition, "I be
gan to think that there was nothing
on earth that could make me fat. I
tried tonics, digestives,- heavy eating,
diets, milk, beer and almost every
thing else you could think of but with
out results."
Any man or woman who is thin can
recover normal weight by the remark
able new treatment Bloodine. "I have
been thin for years and began to think
it was natural for me to be that way
Finally I read abcut the remarkable
processes brought about by the use of
Bloodine, so I decided to try it my
self. Well, when I look at myself in
the mirror now I think it is somebody
else. I have put on just forty pouncs
during the last forty days, and never
felt stronger or more 'nervy' in my
life. "
Bloodine is powerful Inducer to
nutrition, increases ; cell-growth,
makes perfect the assimilation of
mattes perieuv vue ubiiuuiiiiuu ui n., n. , , ot
food, increases the number of blooded the Kansas City Weekly Star
corpuscles and as a necessary result
builds up muscles, and solid healthy
flesh, and rounds out the figure. :
For women who can never appear
stylish in anything they wear because
of their thinness this remarkable
treatment may prove a revelation. It
is a beauty maker as well as a form
builder and nerve strengtbener.
Bloodine cost 50 cents for the usual
11.00 ze bottles. Mail orders filled
by the Bloodine Corporation, Boston.
Mass. Bbown & Haqlek, Special
Agents.
DIED
James Philip Boyne died Wed
nesday evening. February 12 at
8:30 o'clock His death was caused
by erysipelas and. com plications.
Funeral services will be held at
St. Lawrence Catholic church
Saturday morning. Rev.1 Fr.
Kilkenny being in Kiharge.
Interment will be made in Peirce
City Catholic Cemetery.
The deceased was the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Boyne
and was born at Peirce City
April 12, 1887. He is survived
by his widowed mother and
several brothers and sisters.
Phil had worked for a number
of years as clerk in the grocery
stores of John Walsh and Shaffer
Bros. He made many friends by
his obliging and friendly disposi
tion. He was a noble young man
and his taking away is generally
deplored.
MONDAY EVENING CLUB
Mr. and Mrs, Solon Wright
delightfully entertained the
Monday Evening Club, Wednes
day evening. The house was
tastefully decorated in valentines,
paper hearts and darts and cut
flowers. Valentines were used
as score cards.
At 7:30 Mrs. Wright served a
delicious four course lunch which
was not the least of the even
ing's enjoyment.
Club members attending were
Messrs. and Mesdames J. J.
Davis, C, B. Woodruff, F. P.
Sizer, R. M. Callaway, H. H.
Westbav. A. W. Wriehtman, Dr.
and Mrs. J. M. Rueesll, Mrs. S. 1
A. Chapell, Mrs'. Frank Buckley,
Andy Hawkins, of Sarcoxie.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. O. O.
Otterman, Wm. Gray, Sara
Pitman, Paul Russell, Misses
Edna Mertel, Flossie Charles,
Clara Schwieder, Margaret
Chapell and Helen Davis.
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Mr. Spurgeon, of Rogers, Ark.
visited in Monett, Thursday.
Mrs. Ernest Felwock, of Frei-
statt, is very ill with pneumonia.
J. W. Shelton, of Cassville, was
in Monett, Monday. ' '
Jamie Mooney, of Washburn,
was in Monett last week.
Mrs. E. J. Cox, of Peirce City
visited in Monett, Wednesday.
Miss Amy Stevens, of Rogers,
Ark., is visiting the Misses
Price;
Mrs. T. H. Withers, of Golden
City, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
.Davidson, who is ill.
Mrs. Davidson is very ill at the
home other daughter, Mrs. D. S.
Mayhew.
Will Boyne and family of Sa-
pulpa, Ok., are here, called by
the death of Phil Boyne.
Mrs. Wm. Henry and little son
Jack yisited in Springfield,
Thursday.
"Grandma" Brown went- to
Kansas City Wednesday night to
spend some time with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Leithers. '
The Washburn school, which
was closed on account of scarlet
fever, was opened again this
week.
Miss Sallie Boucher, of Purdy
is visiting her sistsrs, Mrs.
Percy Johnson and Mrs. Fulton
Smith.
Dorris G. Bennett departed
Tuesday night for Portland, Ore
He will stop at Spokane, Wash.,
to visit his uncle, Harmon With
ers and family. Doras , is 'a
young man of strong Christian
character, and will be missed in
church circles, and by his many
friends in and around Monett.
A GREAT NEWSPAPER OFFER.
The Monett Weekly Times
one iun year ior oniy qi.vv uhhu
in advance is a combination that
cannot be equaled.
The Times is the best news
paper in Barry , county and the
Star is acknowledged to be one
nf t,h foremost newspapers in
the West.
This is an offer that you cannot
afford to overlook. Send or
hrincr vour - remittance to this
office.
You Like to Fish ar.d
Fun For the Family
SUNDAY
New Comic Section Features,
Fiction and Facts.
Every boy and Girl everywhere know these funny folks', "Hap
py Hooligan", and his brother "Gloomy Gus," that wonderful ba
by, "Their Only Child"; "Bashful Batch,", "Howson Lots." "Lit
tle Jimmie," and thaje nm?h.ty "Kitsenjammar Kids." You'l
find them all NOW- IN THE SUNDAY REPUBLIC, and in no
other St Louis paper
A NEW PICTORIAL AND SPECIAL FEATURE SECTION
Besides the Great Comic Section, Leading literary masters, wonderful scientists, high
priced artists, maketbis a highly Interesting and instructve section. Every article is
clear and entertaining.
The Sunday Magazine haa fascinating, complete and continued stories. A magazine you
and your family w ill enjoy and proBt by. The worlds best w riters contribute every week
All the neirs besides all these remarkable feature articles, pictures and editorials. The
Sunday Republic brings you all the news of the nation, state and foreign countries.
Sixty-Four to Eighty Pajes cf Facts. Fun and Fiction, 5 Cents
Try The Republic Next Sunday"
Order your copy today at your News Dealer'.
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PHONE 86
For the best
Fresh or Cured Meat and Sweetest Lard.
The Sanitary Meat Market that is clean and
open for inspection.
RAS FOLGER, PROPRIETOR.
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Going tcr Florida this Season?
To those who know the delighls of sojourning in Florida's
sunny clime, there's no question "whether to go," but only
about "the way to go.". And to those who have enjoyed
the fine ,.
through service via Frisco Lines
even the choice of a way is settled. A superbly equipped electric
lighted train runs through clear to Jacksonville on a short sched
ule. Find out about this through service to Florida. -
Ask the Frisco Agent about fare, etc.
let him help you plan yourteip.
Howell & Butler's Meat Market
CORNER THIRD AMD BROADWAY
We Handle the Best the Country Can Produce
' A Trial Order Will Convince You,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED PHONE No. 1
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W. II. WORM1NGTON,
Purdy, Missouri.
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best places to go for fish and game,
and a thousand and valuable "How to"
hints for sportmen. The NATIONAL
SPORTS MAN.is just like a big camp
fire in the woods where thousands of
good fellows gather once a taonth and
spins stirring yarns about their exper
iences with rod, dog and gun. Think
of it twelve round trips to the woods
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The Natiotal Sportsman magazine for three months
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UNDCRTAKCR AND EMBALMER
21 Years Experience
Calls Promptly Answered Day or Night
d,. I Business House 16
Pbonee Residence 252
MONETT, :- MISSOURI
A
W E. THORNBURGH
WHOLESALE
Flour. Feed. Wood
Best Hard and Soft Wheat
Flour on the Market. ,
Two best brands of Fertilizer
always on hand. .'.
Special Garden and
1 Lawn Fertilizer.
Alfalfa Dairy and Horse
Feed. Alfalfa Meal.
Capitol Stock Food
Powers. Building
Phone 197 ' Second St.

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