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THE MONETT WEEKLY TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919.
THE MONETT TIMES TI MES PUBLI SUING COMPANY Pearl Peter. Publisher. Entered ithe Monrtt. Mo.,SioatoHice u ocond clus maul matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily by Carrier, per year in advance - - 1 4 00 Daily by. Carrier, per month ..... 40c Daily by Mail, per year in advance' - - - S3.0 Daily by mail, three months in advance - - J1.00 Weekly by mail, per year in advance - - f 1 5C Advertising- rates will be quuU-d upon application.1. PERSHING'S HOMECOMING irroce:y business is that he is getting - the best advertising in the world for nothing. Republic. Storage eggs will not be found what they are cracked up to be. St. Louis Times. Soft drinks have a peculiar effect upon some Monett visitors. A fight on the public highway recently was the result of too much "soft drink" secured in this vicinity. Rone dry? PICNIC AT BRITES SPRINGS General pershing will return to the United States in a few weeks to re ceive the approval of his countrymen. Throughout the great conflict in Eu rope he upheld the best traditions of the American army and the high ideals of the American people. With dignity and fine perception of the obligations resting upon him as the direct mili tary representative of the United of the United States, he discharged with rare fidelity the duties which fell to his lot as leader of the men in khaki. Whether he made that drama ie speech at the tomb of Lafayette or no; his actions throughout gave expres sion to the A. E. F. thought which took form in the famous sentence, "La fayette, we are here!" His spirit wa rthe spirit of the American army and the American people, and at no time did he fail to meet public expectation, especially in the crucial days when the German horde was advancing up on Paris and he tendered, without further delay, the services of the Americans already in France and ar riving in constantly increasing forc at every port. General Pershing has made for him self his own niche in his country's temple of fame and will share with I Grant and Sherman and Sheridan and ! other great military leaders imperish- i able glory. j He has earned the gratitude of the j American people and will come back j home to receive their sincere plaudit.s , and the high honors which congress i will bestow upon him. Springfield Republican. We say that history repeats itself j and yet we don't learn much from it. If we did, it wouldn't repeat itself. Globe Democrat. One of the reasons Uncle Sam is ; able to make low prices in his big i Tiie following party picnicked at Urites Springs Tuesday: Mr. ami Mrs. Kenneth Guinney, Mrs. Dan Guinney, Dan Overton, of Muskogee, Okla., Mrs. T. E. Austin and children. 9 More Shopping Days for the School Boy MOTHERS: We have a full line of KA YNEE Boys Blouses. Size 4 to 16. Range in price SI to $5. Kaynee Wash Togs are Guaranteed Fast Colors. r 420 Broadway Monett, Mo. A large assortment of feather ami woolen dusters at Callaway's. r7if Mrs. R. T. Keithly, Miss Mildred Keilhly and Miss Margaret Oakley visited in Joplin. Tuesday. "Gib" is still selling hamburgers first door west of the old stand. 2Gtf I Mrs. Ethel McNeil will go to Mus kogee, Ok!a.. Wednosday, to visit her lister, Mis. Milt Overton. Mrs. J. E. Tyhurst, who has been ill with sciatica, is improving slowly, but is not yet able to be up. W. U. Westenhaver has bought P. J. Heyburn's property on Fifth street and will make their home there. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Scott, former owners of Mendon Springs Stock Farm, left Monday night, for Los Angeles, Calif. They expect to visit 'relatives there for a short time and will then locate in a suburb of Los Angeles. Mrs. Reulah Murray and two little daughters, of Elsey, visited Mrs. Mur ray's mother, Mrs. J. E. Tyhurst, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Lane and son Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hines and family arrived home Sunday morning from an extended visit in the west. Thev visited at Salt Lake City, Tort- land, Ore., San Francisco, Los Angeles I San Diego. Calif., and all points of i interest in Colorado. They report a ! delightful trip. i NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS Sprinkling with a hose is positively prohibited except the water line is provided with a meter in good order and is a violation of the Water Ordin ance. Section 11 of said water ordinance reads: "No person shall attach to a hydrant, faucet or any other fixture, anv hose for the purpose of sprinkling or otherwise unless service line is j provided with a water meter. By order of Mayor and Council. Broadway Hole! W. M. PITTS NEWS SERVICE First class service at the Broadway Hotel Breakfast from 7:00 to 8:30 o'clock. Dinner from 11:30 to 1:30 o'clock. Supper from 5:60 to 6:30 ; end Times, o'clock. ! Headquarters Martin Hotel Barber Shop. For changes, complaints, etc, phone 258. Agent for Joplin Globe, News Herald, Springfield Republican, Kans as City Post, St. Louis Post-Dispatch raw DR. T. E. HASTINGS OSTEOPATH PHYSICIAN i Office Over Durnil's. ! Office Pbone 309. Residence Phone 634 SLOAN'S CAFE For Home Cooking and Quick Service. 109 Fifth Street. JOHN T. BURGESS Lawyer Will Practice in All Courts of State SUMMER COMPLAINT IN CHILDREN There is not anything like so many j deaths from this disease now as before , Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea : Remedy came into such general use. I When this remedy is given with castor i oil as directed and proper care is tak-; en as to diet, it is safe to say that j fully ninety-nine out of every hundred J cases recover. Mr. W. G. Campbell ; of Butler, Tenn., says, "I have used I Chamberlain's Colic and Dirrohea i Remedy for summer complaint in chil-; dren. It is far ahead of anything I have ever used for this purpose." i BROADWAY HOTEL Fifth D.-oadwey C. BLKTAI.OT, Proprietor Many Years With Fred Harvey. R. F. UHITL0CK DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN Mcnett, Mo. Office, Room 10, State Bank Building Hospital and Surgery at Cox Livery Barn. Phones, Office 53, Residence 174J M. R. TRUMBOWER, M. D. Specializes on Diseases of Women Phone 298 OFFICE AND RESIDENCE Third and Bond Streets OFFICE HOURS 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. BERT ROBBINS Architect & Eagineei Building Plans, Estimates and Speculations. State Bank Bldg. FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS Bought, Sold or Exchanged SLYFIELD'S SECOND-HAND STORE DRS. PARMALEE & PARMALEB CHIROPRACTORS Expert Spina! Adjustments Diagnosis from Eye and Spine Consultation and Examination Free Office Rooms: Rees Building S15 1-2 Broadway, Monett, Mo. 14-lm Phone 59 DR. ALVA JONES Physician and Surgeon Specially prepared to treat disease of the eye, nose and throat. Eyes scientifically examined and glasses accurately fitted. Office Phone 63 Residence 280 211 Third Street. Phone 307 The Monett High School Term Begins Monday, September 1st, 1919 " ' rj ; ' -rtr ;-'H' ?-ife4 t I ' hl fit " r il i 'Mi, 1 - f I 1 41 'rrtrviu! 1 1. HOWELL'S UNION MEAT MARKET New Sanitary Refrigerator Counter meat slicer, computing scales, pickle ase, Hobart meat and bond grinder, auto delivery' and well equipped with , everything for an up-to-date sanitary i meat market. J I also carry a complete line of J poultry supplies. I solicit your ! patronage and sell on a money back guarantee. LESTER HOWELL Proprietor. 2S DAN B. MEADOR ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC Collections and all Legal Work. Durnil Building Office Phone2 ' Residence 198 Have you been eating Gib's" Hamburgers? If not, why? OLD FURNITURE WANTED We buy sell or exchange your old furniture, stoves, carpets, etc. PHONE 18 MONETT FURNITURE CO. FACULTY GUY H. CAPPS, Superintendent F. E. ENGLEMAN. Principal ALICE BURNHA'vl, Latin and Teachcr-Trainirg NELLIE MILLS. Commercial Subjocts SALLIE BROWN, En.hsh MAE DONOHUE, History CARRIE GIVEN, Agriculture and Science FEATURES FACULTY Teachers trained id University of Msssouri, University of Wisconsin, Columbia University, New York, Springfield State Teachers' College, Warrensburg State Teachers' College, Drury College: One teacher is chairman of Missouri department of Teacher-Training Instructors: another is an Ensign in Naval Aviation, U. S. N. Free tuition in Teacher-Training cours. Complete courses in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, and Typewriting Strong courses in all High School Subjects. Special attention to Athletics, Music, and Debating. Tuition is stilt at the old rate of S2.S0 a month. Graduates of rural schools and of second and third class High Schools are solicited to enter GUY H. CAPPS, Superintendent, MONE1T, MO. For those aching eyes for that ach ing head a pair of PROPERLY FITTING glasses will prove of immense relief. But the glasses MUST fit propprly or they will be useless, either further aggravating trouble or not corresting it at all. You are positive of PROPER GLASSES when they are fitted by Dr. Wm. Wright ! Optometrist and Eyesight Specialist STATE BANK BUILDING j Phone 243 Dr. Wm. M. West's HOSPITAL at MONETT, MO Has been jreopened, the Doctor has returned from service in the Army. First class equipment for SURGERY f OBSTETRICS Latest Improved Apparatus In X-Ray Department. Phone 109 Monett, Mo. J. L. JEFFRIES -COAL- Kansas, McAIester, Piedmont, Smith ing and Anthracite Coal PHONE 9 or 159 DR. IDA B. JOHNSON OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Graduate of American School of Osteopathy of Kirksville. OFFICE IN REES BUILDING Residence Phone 617 Office Phone 620 JAMES M. KING Undertaker and Embalmer Calls Answered Day or Night Day Phone No. 17 Night Phone No. 237 WARREN S. PERRY General Insurance, Notary Public, Public Stenographer 411 Broadway, Monett, Missouri E. A. O'DWYER & SON Notary Work Insurance FARM AND CITY LOANS REAL ESTATE rvj.jLw.vr. A little reminder that the handsome woolens and fashions for Autumn and Winter have been received from our famous Chicago tailors, ED. V. PRICE & CO., and a cordial invita tion to call and inspect them and leave your measure for your new suit and overcoat. D. L. STONE rT -Bill CTjTTTj J. OLIN BIGGS Attorney at Law Collecting a Specialty Room 11 State Bank Building , DR. E. W. R U S S E Y Dentist Fitzgerald Building Phone 12 E. MITCHELL, M. D. Office in Fitzgerald Bldy. Office Phone 30 Residence Phone 478 LOOK HERE! We buy and sell second-hand furni ture and stoves. Highest cash pric paid. W. H. SNIDER. Phone 565 214 Broadway. MONETT TRANSFER CO All kinds of transferring. Furniture moving a specialty. For quick service and careful handling Phone 18. UNDERTAKING H. I. BRADFORD Phcnea Day 154 Night 390 Forjrour Drav and Transfer callJ.W. SUMMERS Move by load or contract. Large Two Ton Truck. Phonk 535. i