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THE MONETT WEEKLY, TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919.
.AURORA SECURES OBERMAN FACTORY M. T. Davis, who has charge of the citizens' end of the negotiations with the Oberman Overall Factory people, ;has been assured that the factory will be located in Aurora. The manager r.cccmpanied by their mechanic, were in Aurora Friday to commence pre parations for the installation of the machinery and they hoped to be ready to commence work within ten days ifrom that date. They have called for 75 to 100 women and girls to work in the fac tory. FIRST GOOD SHOWER IN " MONTHS FALL HERE A drouth of several months was broken Friday when the first good shower fell. A heavier rain fell early Saturday morning. FARM LOANS When in need of some money on your farm write or telephone us, we can lend you private money just as cheap as you can get Eastern money, and when you make a loan with us you dont have to go through with a lot of red tape and all of your neigh bors dont have to appraise your land. We loan you the money our selves, your interest and your note is payable to us at our office, we give good pay ment privileges and extend to you many accomodations that you cant get elsewhere, It is because we have been loaning here for years and our business has reached up in the Millions Now let us have your next loan and we will SAVE you money, expense and time. Emery Hill Investment Company, Farm Loans-Bonds & Stocks. wS6tf Stotts City, Missouri. PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell at public auction at my farm 3 ',2 miles east of Monett on the county line at Globe the following proper ty on August 28. About three thousand bundles of oats and 4 acres of com, one Jersey cow 5 years old, 1 Jersey bull calf 6. months old, 1 mule 1 year old, 1 mule suckling, 1 Grain drill, Some hay, 2 stands of bees, 1 mower, 1 rake, 1 spring wagon, 1 buggy and harness, 1 Oliver walking plow No. 20 1 17-tooth spring harrow, 1 double shovel, 1 berry cultivator, 1 sewing machine, 1 range cook stove, 1 wood heat ing stove, some carpets, bedsteads, 1 organ, 1 cream separator and some other household goods and other things too numerus to mention. TERMS OF SALE A credit of 6 months will be given on all sums over $10.00 with (j bankable note and 5 per cent discount for cash on all sums over jf $10.00. All sums under $10.00, cash in hand. Sale to begin at 10 a. m. 1 S. M. Col. Al Hudson, Auctioneer iillllli:i!!U!lllli!llilll!ll!!!!ll!liiiin!ll!ffl Next Time Buy hi 1 4 W . Tim to R-trt ruk GOOD LOOKING, GOOD VALUE TIRES Wagner Motor Co. HAS GOVERNMENT PRICE LIST Postmaster J. E. Sater has received the price list of government food sup plies, which are to be sold to the citi zens and delivered by parcel post. The list available through this post office includes bacon, corned beef, roast beef, baked beans, stringless beans, sweet corn, pearl barley, dry beans, canned cherries, flour, pepper, rice, canned peas, canned vegetable soup and canned tomatoes. Anyone wishing to order should see the postmaster for further informa tion. GRAN BY VOTES BONDS Granby road district voted road bonds to the amount of $37,000 a few days ago. This money will be used to meet the government offer to help build good roads throughout the coun try. The bonds carried at Granby by a twenty to one vote for the issue, making it almost unanimous. FUNERAL FOR T. R. PRICE SUNDAY Funeral services for Thomas R. Price were held Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian chuureh, there being present a very large assembly of peo ple. The Rev. Louis C. Stumpf, pastor, delivered the funeral sermon, j which was full of sympathy for the bereaved and consoling to them in their grief. The floral offerings were profuse and very beautiful. ! Pall bearers were fellow postal clerks as follows: A Cole,; H. S. Fowler, J. Roy Ellis, Chas. : Blakemore, Eugene Jones and C. C. i Cook. Obituary will be published in Tues day's daily. Try a Times want ad. I fi ' Lundeen, Owner C. C. Carter, Clerk TIRES A remarkable Product. Every tire worth more than it costs. The Over-size Non-Skid Fabric; The Big Fisk Cord; The Red Top, Extra Ply, HeavyTread. THOMAS R. PRICE Thomas R. Price, a well known citizen of Monett, died at his home on West County street at 11:30 o'clock Satur day morning, August 16, 1919, at the age of 55 years, 5 months and 26 days. Mr. Price was postal clerk between Monett and Paris, Tex., for 29 years and was always faithful in his duties. He had been sick since last November, cancer being the cause of his illness. He has been in a critical condition for the past few weeks. He was united in marriage 32 years ago to Miss Anna Green, of Rogers, Ark., who survives him. To this union was born nine children, three of whom died in infancy. The living are Mrs. F. E. Harvey, of Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. Clifford Purdy, of Peirce City; Mr.;. Gene Osborn, Misses Margaret and Josephine Price and Edgar Price, of Monett. Three brothers survive, T. W. Price, of Indianapolis, Ind., Frank Price, of Burlington, la., and E. R. Price, of Ames, la. j In the death of Mr. Price Monett ;Jias lost a good and honorable citizen. TRUSTEES SALE Whereas, N. H. Tracy and Josie Tracy, his wife by their certain deed of trust dated the 18th day of December, 1912, and filed for record on the 20th day of December, 1912, in the office of Recorder of Deeds in and for Barry County, Missouri, in Book 52, at page 91, conveyed to C. M. Bow ers, Trustee, named in said deed of trust the following described real estate, towit: All of Lot Numbered Three (3), in Block Numbered Six (6) in Monett Town Co's., First Addition to the Townsite of Monett, Missouri. Whereas, the said Trustee named in said deed of trust is absent and has refused to act as said trustee, and by the terms of said deed of trust in case of absence, death or refusal to act, the then acting sheriff of Barry ; County becomes successor in trust. i And default having been made in the payment of debt and the interest due thereon ,and the same is now past : due and unpaid, notice is hereby given that the undersigned Sheriff of Barry County, Missouri, successor in trust ! will on the 30th day of August, 1919, at the request of legal holder of said notes described in said deed of trust between the hours of 9:00 o'clock in the forenoon and 5:00 o'clock in the . afternoon of said day will sell the above described property at public auction for cash at the City Hall Door in the City of Monett, Barry County, Missouri, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness and the cost and ex penses of executing this trust. WILLIAM HOUSTON, Sheriff of Barry County, and acting trustee. First insertion August 1, 1919. Mr. and Mrs. Happy Wilhelm spent Sjnday at Roaring River resort. Mrs. A. D. Alsup, Mrs. T. J. Dwyer and daughter visited in Springfield, Monday. The ice cream social given at the home of P. J. Roark 105 County Road Friday evening for the benefit of the New Methodist church in South Mo nett was very successful. The pro ceeds were $27.40. ENTERTAINED FOR REV. AND MRS. STUMPF A very pretty reception was given Friday afternoon at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pfau, by ! f he "Clad Girls" the hostesses being Marjorie Pfau, Maxine Musser, Cora Fitzjohn and Francis Lewis. The re ception was in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Stumpf. The rooms and porch were beautifully decorated with bowls of cut flowers. After a short program, the game of croquet was enjoyed by all. The program was as follows: Selection "Whispering Hope". "Brunswick." Devotional, Marjorie Pfau. Prayer, Rev. Stumpf. Business of the "Glad Girls." Piano Solo, Beulah Kennedy. Talk by Rev. Stumpf. Vocal Solo, Marjorie Pfau. Reading, Alma Russell. Reading, Mrs. Stumpf. Selection, "Angel's Serenade" Bruns wick. Dainty refreshments were served to Winniver Stone, Bernice Lewis, Milicent Lewis, Elizabeth Bradford, Mary Gene Saxe, Dorothy Haxel, Clara Belle Kersey, Beulah Kennedy, Maxine Musser, Cora Fitzjohn, Fran cis Lewis, Marjorie Pfau, Letha Brit ton, 'Hildreth Mansfield, Georgia Ferguson, Lois Fesler, Oklahoma City, Rev. Stumpf, Mrs. Stumpf, Dorothy Sheward, St. Louis, Mrs. Fred Lopp, Tulsa, Miss Margaret Lopp, Mrs. Warren Perry, Mrs. H. I. Bradford, Mrs. Haxel, Mrs. W. S. Lewis, Mrs. L. C. Musser, Mrs. Edgar Pfau, and Mrs. Walter Draper. LAWRENCE COUNTY PETIT JURY August 6 the County Court drew the following petit jurors to serve at the September term of Circuit Court: Aurora Herman Hemphill and H. C. Walker. Buck Prairie Lon Thomhill and W. A. Norris. Red Ook Wid Irwin. Greene Pohn Shaffer and J. Moore. T umbaek Luther Park and F. Boucher. Ozark F. M. Smith and T. Hope. Vinevard J. R. Means and H. c. D. O. Cochran. Mt. Pleasant L. K. Jones and Fred Smith. Lincoln Dave Harris and Luther Ruark. Freistatt Koenaman. Peirce Jim Ferguson. N. Mt. Vernon John Seneker. S. Mt. Vernon R. S. Gatton. Hobery Frank Filler. Spring River-Sam McCormack and George Ruggles. Homer Lee visited relatives in Mil ler, Friday. Attorney F. P, Sizer returned home Friday morning from a business trip to Ft. Worth, Tex. L. B. Dumil, of Picher, Okla., has been visiting in Monett and returned to Oklahoma Friday morning. Mrs. J. W. Pruitt and daughters, Marian and Lois, have returned from a visit at Sedalia. A da.ighter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bass, Tuesday, August 12. Mr. and Mrs. Mace Jacques have returned from St. Louis where they bought their fall millinery goods and ready to wear garments. Miss Marie Wightman has returned to her home at St. Louis, after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Mary Wightman. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hines and children have returned from Memphis, Tenn., where they have been visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnston and children, of Tulsa, Okla., are spending a vacation with relatives and friends in Monett. x G!en Beatty, telegraph operator of Kansas City, was sent to Koshkon- ong, Mo., to work during the peach harvest and returned to Kansas City Friday morning. He visited friends in the city between trains. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Todd and chil dren departed Friday morning for Tulsa. 6k!a.. where they will make their home. They will be at 120 N Maybell avenue. Rev Todd was pastor of the First Baptist church of this place for nearly eight years and was very successful in his worK. He nas accepted the pastorate of the Baptist church at Tulsa. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simms and daughter, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harding and daughter, Louise, of Richland, Mo., are visiting Mrs. D. D. Parsons and family. They have just returned from a two weeks outing at Branson. Mr. and Mrs. Harding and daughter will return home Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Simms and daugh ter will remain for a longer visit. They will go to Pineville next week to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Rees and Mrs. Parsons will accompany them. WAR CASUALTIES OF BARRY CCUNIY List Compiled by the State Historical Society Gives 63 Casulties of Which 20 are from Monett. Following is the list of Barry county casualties as recorded of the State Historical Society of Columbia. The list includes 63 casualties, eleven of whom were killed in action or died of wounds and 9 died of disease. Two were taken prisoners and one waa missing at sea. The others in the list were wounded. Twenty of the cas ualties were from Monett. Allcock, William L., Sergt, Monett, Wounded. Anderson, Andrew J., Horseshoer, Cassville, wounded. Andrew, Lesley, Pvt., Washburn, died of disease in U. S. A. Bailer, Effel, Pvt., Jenkins, wounded Bayless, George Henry, Pvt., Cass ville, wounded severely. Brattin, Morris E., Pvt., Exeter, wounded severely. Brattin, Orion B., Pvt., Washburn, wounded severely. Brockman, Dolphy, Pvt., Monett, wounded severely. Browning, Porter, Pvt., (Marine), Monett, died of wounds. Burnett, Lee N., Pvt., Butterfield, died of disease in U. S. A. Bums, Orville F., Pvt., Monett, wounded slightly. Burton, Charles, Pvt., Golden, Killed in action. Bush, Roy, Pvt., Cassville, wounded Capps, Ernest E., Pvt., Monett, wounded slightly. Cooper, John L., Pvt., Cassville, diYd of disease. Courdin, Lawrence E., Pvt., Purdy, ii?d of disease. Davidson, William H., Pvt., Purdy, prisoner. Dummitt, Cliff L., Tvt., Purdy, wounded slightly. Edmonson, Clifford, Pvt., Cassville, wounded severely. Erwin, Arthur, Pvt., Wayne, killed in action. Fielding, Albert C, Corpl., Wash bum, missing in action. Foudray, Frank William, Sergt., Monett, wounded severely. Gardner, Benjamin, Pvt., Flat Creek wounded slightly. Gipson, Clyde A., Pvt., Purdy, killed in action. Hall, Alfred Marion, Pvt., Wash bum, wounded severely. Hardwick, Robert E., Pvt., Golden, 'died of disease in U. S. A. Hardy, Charles, Pvt., Washburn, killed in action. Hare, Arthur P., Pvt., Monett, woun ded. Harper, Henry Clinton, Pvt., Purdy, wounded severely. Henson, Aaron C, Pvt., Purdy, wounded. Hickman, Oliver P., Fireman, 3rd Class (Navy), Washburn, missing at sea. Hobbs, Russell, Pvt., Monett, killed in action. Hoenshell, Frank L-, Pvt., Purdy, wounded severely. Hoover, Warren, Sergt., Monett, wounded. Irwin, Hal A., Pvt., Cassville, killed in action. v Jarviss, Haller C, Pvt., Viola, died of disease in U. S. A. Kaiser, Edgar L., Corpl., Monett, died of disease in U. S. A. Kendricks, Thomas L., Sergt., Mo nett, wounded. Krchmeier, John, Pvt., Monett, killed in action. Laster, Thomas B., Pvt., Monett, wounded slightly. Lautaret, Edward E., Pvt., Monett, died of disease in U. S. A. McCallon, Charles D., Pvt., Purdy', killed in action. McCampbell, Willis R., Wagoner, Monett, wounded slightly. Meader, Ernest R., Pvt., Cassville, wounded slightly. Mulkey, Ernest, Pvt., Monett, woun ded severely. Payne, Ernest H., Pvt., Cassville, wounded severely. Riddle, Samuel C, Pvt., Purdy, wounded slightly. Roby, Charles T., Pvt., Cassville, killed in action. Rose, Otis, Pvt., Viola, wounded severely. Ruppert, Otto, Pvt., Wheaton. wounded. Ruppert, Ootto, Pvt., Wheaton, wounded severely. Sexton, Linley E., Pvt., Purdy, prisoner. Tibbitts, Rolla S., Pvt., Monett, wounded. Thomas, Walton J., Wagoner, Jen kins, wounded. Vaught, Glenn, Pvt., Monett, wound ed severely. Vogt, Joseph E., Pvt., Monett, wounded. Wasson, Joseph, Pvt., Monett, killed in action. Weatherman, Charles, Pvt., Monett, killed in action. Whitney, Luther P., Sergt., Selig- man, wounded slightly. Wisdom, John M., Pvt., Cassville, SOLICITATION UNAUTHOR IZED BY R. R. ORDER It has been brought to Regional Director Bush's attention that repre sentatives of an organization known as "The International Association of Railway Storekeepers" are soliciting1 funds outside of railroad circles, leav ing the impression wifh business houses selling railroad supplies that the funds are to be used in connection with a convention of the Railway Storekeepers Association, to be held in St. Louis in September. For the information of the gener al public and the business people sell ing to the railroads, the Regional Dir ector advises that the Railway Store keepers Association is a part of -h3 American Railroad Association, under the jurisdiction of the Railroad Ad ministration Officers. The Interna tional Association of Railway Store keepers is not associated with either the Railroad Storekeepers Associa tion or the American Railroad Assoc iation. The Railway Storekeepers Associa tion does not contemplate holding a convention in St. Louis in September, and solicitation of funds for- such a convention by the International As sociation of Railway Storekeepers is not authorized by the Railroad Ad-( ministration. AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. W. F. Dumil entertained the Auction Bridge club, Thursday after noon, those present being Mrs. Louis Tucker, Mrs. W. D. Steele. Mra. A. Cole, Sirs. George Morrow, Mrs. Sig Solomon, Mrs. W. W. Lehnh.n-.l, Mrs. J. W. Patterson, Mrs. E. F. Saxe, Mrs. B. A. Beckham, Mrs. W. M. West, Mrs. George Edgar and Miss Margaret Edgar. Miss Edgar held high score. Mrs. Dumil served a onc-eourse li ncheon. HAPPY VALLEY Sunday school was well attended at this place Sunday. Miss Ada Roller was the guest of Miss Frona Sooter, Sunday. Several from here attended tha Cassville reunion last week. Ozark school begun last week with Miss Elva Riggs at teacher. Famos Dodson has his new home about completed. Mr. and Mrs. Vemie Smith visited W. A. Smith and family, Sunday. Those who visited Missas Marzelle and Ruth Marbut, Sunday, were Misses Sybil Ethridge, Erple and Elnora Fly, Effie Smith, Jessie Marsh all. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Marshall were shoppers in Monett, Monday. Sunday will be regular meeting day at Macedonia. Everyone come. Spencer Smith left Sunday evening for Lone Elm where he started teach ing school Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marshall visit ed at the home of James Marshall, Sunday. . EPPERSON DE BROSSE News of the marriage of Mr. Orval W. Epperson, Cashier of the Bank of Neosho, and Miss Therese G. De Brosse, which took place July 4th be came public only a few days ago. Friends of the young couple expected this event soon after Mr. Epperson's return from army service and they were greatly surprised when they learned that the event had taken place as they expected but that, they were not let into the secret. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. Eli De Brosse of this city and has grown to woman hood here. She has been employed as a stenographer in Neosho forXs several years, first with the Shartel Mortgage Co. and lately with tha Neosho Nurseries Co. Mr. Epperson'3 parents lives in McDonald County but he has been with the Bank of Neosho for the past 11 years. He was) with the A.' E. F. in France for ovet a year and return about six weeks ago to resume his old position with the bank. Mr. and Mrs. Epperson have pur chased the home of the Vice Presi dent of the Bank of Neosho, Mr. W. B. Keller, and will occupy the same within a short time. Mrs. Edith Thompson returned home, Thursdy night, from Tulsa, Okla., where she visited for three weeks with Mrs. Will Bouldin. Mrs. G. W. Chapin and daughter, Mrs. Jay Hoover and son, visited friends in Springfield, Friday. wounded severely. Wolfe, Nicholas, wounded severely. Young, Cline C, wounded. Pvt., Monett, Corpl., Monett, Zinn, Ernest Jennings, Pvt., Leann, wounded severely. Should anyone know of other Barry county casualties, which are not on this list, The Times would appreciate it if you would report them to this office, as we wish to have a complete list.