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imes, An Advertisement in the TIMESBnngs Results Weekly Edition Vol 14, No. 25 MONETT, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 1913 Daily Edition Vol. 5, No 190 MADERO SEES DEATH OR TRIAL AS LUN ATIC, AS HIS FATE Net Tightens Around Former Mexican President Charged With Killing Officer City of Mexico, Feb. 20. Fran cisco I. Madero, deposed Presi dent of Mexico, still is a prisoner in the capital, in spite of plans for his exile, which were com pleted early this morning, and his family has been informed that he "would be prevented from joining them in their journey." The mysterious delay in taking him to Vera Cruz, whence he was to embark for some foreign land, increased the fears for his safe ty, especially in view of the fact that Adolfo Basso, his 60-year-old superintendent of the National Palace, was taken outfit 8 o'clock this morning and shot to death. There appeared a strong prob ability today that the appoint ment of a lunacy commission to examine him would be urged as a solution. That Francisco Madero will get out of Mexico without having to face official investigations for one thing or another now appears im probable. He already has been charged with responsibility for the death af Col. Riveroll, whom he is alleged to have shot at the time of his arrest in the palace. For sanitary work in cleaning and pressing, see Anderson & Johnson, third door north of postoffice. Phone 453. 88 tf. Mi FOR VOTERS WHO SHIRK Salt Lake City Feb. 19. Every cifoon of -Utah who is eligible t vote and who does not exercise the right will be compelled o pay a poll tax of $3. under the terms of a bill passed by the senate today. 00000000 00000 000000000000 1 IT SUGGESTS 1 g THAT KIND 0 0 When a man steps into a store and pays his bill by giving a check on his banker, it suggests to the merchant that the man handles his financial transactions in a business-like manner, and that it is worth a. littlp nddpd effort a little better service to" 0 0 Shold the man's trade. The merchant real izes that the man who uses a bank account V for conserving and protecting his earnings, 0 is quite likely to be the kjnd of man who V will appreciate this extra attention. -5 There are many other and more material 3 ways in which a check account at this jj bank proves advantageous. I First National Bank Monett, Missouri. INTEREST PAID ON f IME DEPOSITS. Assets Ovar Half a Million s s s CARL W. WILLIS W PUILJ. LEHNHARD 000000000000 00000000000020 An Attractive and and you can have one FOR THE BEST IN BOTH QUALITY AND PRICE GO SEE The Reliable Furniture and Carpet Man. PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SMALLPOX The epidemic of small-pox in Oklahoma serves as an illus trationjof the cost to a community of one infectious disease. The people are leaving their homes and places of business and the section is quarantined. If the people would practice vaccination not a single case of small-pox need develop. The cost of vaccination to the infected area would be only a small per cent of the cost of the disease. It may be truly said that at this time there is no grounds for the presence of small pox save the lack of knowledge and pre judice of the people. If a good vaccine is used and antiseptic precautions taken, severe re actions rarely occun Small-pox may, very .easily, be brought from Oklahoma to Mis souri. Every person should look into this question and protect himself from small-pox. Address questions on Preven tive Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia. You can see the new 1913 pat terns in rugs at Bob Callaway's. See them and make your selec tion. There, are one hundred patterns to choose from. FRISCO STATION ROBBED . ' Okmulgee, Ok., Feb. 20. While the Frisco depot master was at the eating station yesterday af ternoon burglars entered the of nee and secured money and tick ets valued at $213. No clue to the robbers was obtained. This is the third robbery of Frisco stations near here within the past three nights. "There will be more of the larg er size rugs used this year than ever before. Bob Callaway has them in all sizes, so go today and make your selection of the one you want this spring. OF A MAN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PRES- CASHIER V-PRES. B O BARRY PROBATE COURT PROCEEDINGS Final and annual settlements made as follows: Est. H. F. Short, dee'd. bal due estate, $4,335.34. Est. J. M. Balie, dee'd, bal due estate, $463.25. Est. Abraham Long, dee'd nothing due estate in final settle ment. Est. Joshua Davis, dee'd, bal due estate, $20.41. Est. Ember Stockton, minor, bal due estate, $1.73. W. A. Bashe, dee'd, bal due estate, $4,642.08. Nancy Craig, dee'd, bal due estate, $409.04. Est. Pearl and Grace Short, minors, bal due-estate, $200. Est. Simon Greming, dee'd, bal due estate, $222.71. Est. J. W. Boon, dee'd, bal due estate, $925.11. 1st annual settlement, est. of Howard Weekly, minor, bal due est, $42.43. 1st annual settiement, est of Louis Schneider, minor, bal due estate, $1.57. Semi-annual settlement, est of John Applequist, nothing due estate. Fourth annual settlement, est of J. A. and Raymond Cord, minors, bal due est, $30.02. 6th annual settlement, est of David and Charles Smith, minors, bal due estate, $24.54. 1st anuual settlement, est of A. M. Farewell, dee'd, bal due estate, $56.15. 5th annual settlement, est of Nellie Britton, nothing due bal of estate. 4th and final settlement, est of Howard and A. J. Swank, bal due estate, $499,08. Est. of Zona Rather, et al, minors, nothing due estate. Est. of James H. Thomas, dee'd bond of Archie and Colom Thomas, as executors of the estate filed and approved 1st annual settlement, est of Emily. Wilberg, insane,xbal due estate, $170.68. Est. of Arthur M. Martin, minor, sale of real estate set aside. Est, of Burke Bayless, et al, minor, sale ordered of an unde vided I interest in the w of swi of 35-25-27. Est. of Arthur Martin, minor, sale ordered of 1-5 interest of the said minor in the swi of 24-23-29. Setj the example for yourchild ren, neighbors and friends by buying your furniture, carpets and rugs at Bob Callaway's. You will influence them right and they will thank you for it. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Geske en tertained a few of their friends last Sunday February-16th for dinner and supper. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Enke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Langosch, Mr. and Mrs' Chas. Mueller and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Buchholz. They all re ported a fiue time till late in the evening. Fancy Northern Burbank po tatoes, 75 cents a bushel, 40c for half a bushel and 20 cents a peck. at Hall's Grocery. 21 tf Large Assortment of Rugs in laid away for you for spring by paying only $2.00 down on it. B' GA L L AW AT CASSV1LLE NEVVh. From The Republican. Recorder O. H. Hudson spent last week in Oklahoma on busi ness. Attorneys Burgess and May hew of Monett were here on legal business Tuesday. Lawrence Tatman closed a suc cessful terra of school at New Salem, near Seligman, Friday. Clarence Ivey and family of Monett visited Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ivey. Mrs. Ethel Terry of Monett, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Frost, east of town, the latter part of last week. II. E. Gooch of near Spring field, took charge of Prof. Schnak enburg's classes in the high school Monday for the remaining term. Mr. Gooch has lately fin ished the Springfield normal and comes here well recommended. Miss Mary and William Schnak enburg of Alma, Mo., arrived Sunday night to attend their brother, Prof. A. H. Schnaken burg. W. Carson, of Alma, Rev, W. Carson, of Sarcoxie and Miss Gentry, of Bates county came Monday. MENDChN Every body seems to be enjoy ing this fine weather. Budd Hunnel and family spent Sunday with "Mrs. Ida Hunnel and mother, Mrs. Pross. Mr. and Mrs. Morris returned to their home at Idabelle, Okla homa Saturday, t after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Messen ger, in Freistatt. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Shaw spent Saturday and Sunday with rela tives near Purdy. John Grissom and daughter Mrs. Catherina spent Sunday in Monett with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Spillman. Mr. Scott took three loads of hogs to Hoberg this week. Mrs. Ida Hunnel and mother spent Tuesday with Marion Hun nel and wife near Clarkson. Mrs. R. D. Ziun is reported to be rapidly recovering from her recent illness. Some of the women folks are talking of setting hens, we think it rather early for they wont get large enough to buy for Easter. Mrs. Catherina spent Wednes day with her sister, Mrs. Shaw, of Freistatt. Mrs. Harris is reported to be sinking gradually, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sam Ship man. The distemper seems to be among quite a few horses on the prairie. Mrs. Grissom is still suffering with heart and stomach trouble. Mr. Scott has purchased him an automobile. Henry Hurcamp sold Robert Schoen a cow and calf this week. Quite a few have the grip . Mr. . and Mrs. Henry Holle transacted business in Peirce City Monday, and called on Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Wright. Nobody MUSIC CLUB The Music Club met in regular session Monday afternoon with Mrs. O. R. White. The Quiz was conducted by Mrs. E. W. Smith. The study of the life of Tschai kowski was very interesting and an excellent program was ren dered as follows: Vocal Solo, He Leadeth Me, Mrs. E. L.Ashford Mrs. Wm Kines Piano Solo, Wagner Fantaisie, Engelmann Mrs. F. P. Sizer Vocal Solo, I Know a Lovely Gar den, Gay G, Hardelot Mrs. O. W. Bruton Piano Solo, Robert, Idol of My Heart, Burgmuller Mrs. J. J. Peck Piano Duet, March Militaire, Tschaikowski Mesdames Earl Smith and O. R. White Piano Solo, Polka de La Salon, Tschaikowski Mrs. Chas. F. Davis. You know Wilds linoleum is the best linoleum made in the United States and you can't buy it any place in Monett exceptat Bob Callaway's, where you al ways find the best. AMERICAN YEOMEN The members of the Brother hood of American Yeomen are making preparations for an en tertainment and banquet to cele brate the sixteenth anniversary of the order, and also the closing of the Local Homestead charter, on Thursday, February 27, at 7:30 p. m. The Yeomen on Jan, 1, 1913 had A Reserve fund of ....$2,055,057.43 Benefit fund 70,837.22 General fund 190,883.26 Total assets 2,316,771.96 A membership of 170,t82 The Local Homestead has grown since December' from 20 members to near the 100 mark. W. M. Gaddy, Mrs.ISmma Hughes, Foreman. Correspondent. You can pay $2.00 down and have any rug in the house laid away for you. Your name will be put on it and it will be deliv ered whenever you are ready for it. This gives you a chance to make your selection early. You always find what you want at Bob Callaway's. 00 00 00 0000 00 0 0 0 0 0 - ; H 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 A (I ' WL 0 1 r . mm 00000000000000 000000000000 38 DC BRAD'S BIT 0' VERSE nr BY J. C. BRADSHAW 30 OC 30 DC ON THE SQUARE The way is long and the track is rough and the hills are hard to climb, and some folks jockey and cheat and bluff to get started ahead of time; but the man who wins in the long, long run is the man who plays it fair, who steeps his soui in the light of the sun and does things on the square. I ask no odds in the toilsome chase, and I wantno crooked start; I'll try to go on, and to keep the pace with a brave and a manly heart; and whether I win or lose the bet, I never will whine or squeal; for I want to give, and I want to get, a square and an honest deal. So I smile my smile and I sing my song and I scorn deceit and greed; each knock is a boost as I forge along, and it gives me extra speed; for the folks that wail at my onward gait in the race of life sublime are away behind, and are years too late, on the dusty track of time. Copyright 1913. Place your order early for that new spring suit, as Easter comes the earliest since '56, the date being March 23rd this year. 88 tf Anderson & Johnson. THE WEATHER. Friday rain or snow and cold er; Saturday fair. CHICKEN PIE DINNER The ladies of the Presbyterian church will serve chicken 'pie dinner February 22, in the Boehm Restaurant. Advf KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS The Knights of Columbus will meet Friday night. All members be present. Jas. M. King, G. K. 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 $2.00 down. 0 0000000000 0 0 0 Your 0 0 Washingg 0 out of the way by j$ 8:00 a. m. by 0 using the 0 One Minute 0 0 Wash er 0 0 0 For Sale by '0 Buchner & Thielen 0 "Tne Price Makes It Co." 0 0 sn All Sizes !1 The Reliable Furniture and Carpet Man.