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THE MONETT WEEKLY TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919.
A Strong Line of Fertilizer Grain Drills THE JOHN DEERE, THOMAS and SUCKER STATE- To insure a good yield it is necessary that your grain be correctly sown and Fertilizer equally (distributed. Davis & Chapell Hdw. Co., Monett, Mo. RAID 3 SALOONS IN SEARCH Of BOOZE Police Close One Bar In First Action Against Alleged Bootleggers. Joplin, Aug. 17. Following per sistent reports that various Joplin sa loons which .since July 1 have been permitted to sell non-intoxicating drinks, arc violating the war-time pro hibition act, a police squad headed by Charles McManamy, assistant chief, last night raided two saloons and one wholesale retail liquor store. Establishments raided were: The Biockman saloon, Sixth and Mam street; Fehrenbach's liquor store, No. Ill West Sixth street, and the Union bar, No. 120 West Sixth street. At the Biockman saloon the police j claim to have found a quantity of i whiskev stored in violation of the prohibition act. The establishment was closed by the police, and liquor confiscated as evidence. No stored liquor was found in either of the other two bars, and no arrests were made in any of the cases. The raid last night was the first snecific action that has been taken by the police department to prevent the illegal sa!o oi' intoxicating liquors by former saloon operators, although several saloon men have been warned that they were reported to have sold prohibited beverages. According to McManamy, complaints against vari ous bars were received last week in ever-increasing numbers, and the saloon operators were warned that violation of the federal act would not be tolerated. , MRS. C W. CARNES DIES A message received here, Monday morning, stated that Mrs. C. W. Povripe hail Hied at. her home at Fair fax, Okla., at 10:15 o'clock, Sunday 1 night. She had been ill for a number day enroute home lrom 1'urdy wneie of months with nervous trouble. j he was a guest at a house party Mrs. Cames, was formerly Mis.- . given by Miss Kathryn Gurley. Jennie Downs. She was born at J jj;ss Dorothy Morgan, Miss Mitchell Summerset, Ind., and came to Monett Harold Applegate and Mr. William when a young woman and worked in 8on( 0f Rogers, Ark., were the Sunday the printing offices. She was married j guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cook, to Mr. Carnes about twenty-one years Harold Cook accompanied them home ago. They have lived at Fairfax, j for a vjsjt. Okla., for a number of years, Mr. Carnes being the editor of the Osage Chief, a weekly paper at that place. Mr. Cames was a sister-in-law of Mrs. W. T. Kines and Miss Catherine Carnes of this place and Miss Cames nursed her during her last illness. Although it was known that she could not recover, her death at this time was unexpected. Mr. and Mrs. Kines had started on an outing when the mes sage arrived and they were found at Neosho and returned home on the noon train, Monday. Mrs. Ida Downs, of Parsons, Kansas a sistfi-in-law of Mrs. Cames were here on a visit and A Will be here for the funeral. iKIIIIilll Albert F. Public Sheep and Hog Sale WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27. Will sell at my farm four and one-half miles southwest of Monett. 36 HEAD OF SHEEP 36 32 HEAD OF REG (STERED HOGS 32 Sale will commence at 11 a. m. Rain or Shine. SHEEP 31 head of fine grade Ewes. 3 head registered Cotswold buck lambs, I these are out of an Imported Ram, and extra good Ewes; one of these i Ewes took second prize at Sedalia State Fair. One good buck lamb, j One two-year old ram, a fine breeder. HOGS One Duroc Sow, Red Beauty, No. 720906, weighing about 300. Will farrow October 13. Sired by Long Model 188887; Dam Lady Withers 491786. Three Duroc sows and pigs of good quality. Sired by Mapletonian 257137; Dam Red Beauty, 720906. Five Head Large Type Poland China Gilts, ertra fine, sired byDol lar Mark 2nd, 80683; by Dollar Mark, 66947; by Soubrette 169249; by first Dam Gaintesst Queen, 149240; by Giant Morgue, 49853; by Gain- tesst 5th, 140585. These are all bred gilts. TERMS OF SALE A credit of 6 months will be given on all sums over $10.00 with bankable note and 4 per cent discount for cash on all sums over $10.00. All sums under (10.00 cash in hand. ALBERT F. GAETZ, Owner Col. Al Hudaon, Auct. Homer Mcintosh, Clerk Ladies Auxiliary of Waldensian church will serve lunch IJM1IIIIMIM WHISKEY STOLEN FROM WARE HOUSE W. Zaeeanti's ware house on Fourth street was robbed about four o'clock Sunday morning and it is estimated about 25 cases of whiskey was stolen. The booty was loaded into a Buick automobile. Officers Rath Matthews and B. S. Binney were on the job and fired several shots at the robbers but did not accomplish anything. The robbers got away and have not been traced. F. W. Boynton remains in a critical condition. Wm. Wm. Smerdon went to Rudy, Ark., Monday to buy peaches and canteloupes. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Austin and E. E Brown went to Joplin Saturday morn ing to spend the day. .Mrs. J. P. Westbay who was in jured this week when she fell, is get ting along nicely. Porter Smith of Cassville visited friends here Friday enroute from Cassville to Kansas City. James Day will leave tonight for Stillwater, Okla. Mrs. Day will re main for a longer visit with relatives j101.c am Aurora. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Binion went to Marionville Saturday evening to visit her brother Henry Burke who recently returned from overseas. James Mansfield has sold h."s property, 311 Fifth street to A. E. Spratley. Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield are moving to the Lehnhard house at 405 Fifth street. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Shreve and chil dren, of St. Louis, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shreve and family, left Sunday evening for their home. Miss Vernon Allebach, of Spring- field, visited friends in the city Sun- J. L. Jeffries and family, J. H. Wormington and family, Ermal Lance Misses Bertha Jeffries and Pearl Peters have returned from a few days' outing at Camp Shoal, near Ritchey. H. A. Gardner has purchased the A. M. Peel tract of land in the north part of town and intends to make con siderable impi-ovements on the proper ty and convert it into a small fruit farm. This is considered a very valu able small tract for horticultural purposes, and is exceptionally well located for that purpose. The place will be occupied and looked after by Jess Galloway. iiiiiinimnuiiiiuiiimiuvp" Gaetz's HIRAM EAGLE DEAD Hiram Eagle, 24 years old, died Sunday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock of I diabetes at his home in Carthage, Mo. The body was brought to Monett Mon day morning and funeral services were held in the afternoon at 2:30 o' clock from the Kings Prairie Union church. Burial was made in the church cemetery. Mr. Eagle was well known in Mo nett having lived here the greater part of his life. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Eagle. The mo ther died nearly twenty years ago, and the father now lives in Oklahoma. One sister survives, Mrs. Herbert Bass was united in marriage to Miss Ethel of this city. On January 15, 1916 he Smart of Carthage. His wife and one son survive him. SOCIAL MEETING OF PHILATHEA CLASS The U team of the Philathea class of the First Baptist church entertain- Jed the I team Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Solon Wright, 901 Cen tral avenue. A delightful evening was spent. Following an entertaining program games were played and refreshments were served. There were about fifty guests. Following is the program: Hymn, Blessed be the Tie that Binds. Prayer, W. E. Spilman. Vocal Solo, Miss Noveta Brown. Instrumental Solo, Miss Crystal Spratley. Vocal Solo, Mrs. Johnson. Piano Duet, Misses Bessie Hoover and Leta Russey. ENTERTAINED HIGH FIVE CLUB Mrs. W. T. Dailey entertained the High Five Club at her home 405 Sixth street Friday afternoon. Mrs. Markwell held high score and Mrs. Tom Mansfield second score. Those present were Mrs. Fred Campbell, Mrs. A. Cole, Mrs. George Edgar, Mrs. Thos. Markwell, Mrs. L. D. McKee, Mrs. Pete Martin, Mrs. Louis Tucker, Mrs. L. Welsh, Mrs. Mansfield, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Dailey. Mrs. Tom Tucker spent Monday visiting in Joplin. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goodwin vis ited relatives in Springfield today. Mrs. C. W. Johnston went to Colum bus, Kans., Monday and spent the day with her sister. Dr. Ida B. Johnson left Saturday night for Siloam Springs to spend ten days' vacation with her parents. Mrs. Webb Dodd and Mrs. Flora White, of Tulsa, Okla., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Greathouse. S. L. Sagasser and family of Em poria, Kansas and F. P. Panby of Kansas City are the guests of W. B. Flynn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Flovd M. Huffman attended the Sarcoxie-Springfield baseball game at Sarcoxie, Sunday. Mrs. John Kreuger, of St. Louis came Sunday night, to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Kreuger and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kreuger. Miss Marzelle Rose is spending the week in Springfield attending the Delta Delta Delta house party at Winoka Lodge on James river. Mrs. Kvler visited in Springfield, Sundav. and went to the Springfield hospital to visit Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Ingram. She reports that their con dition is no better and both suffer much pain. A baseball game was scheduled Sunday at Sarcoxie between the Sar coxie team and Mulberry, Kans., but was called off. The home team played the Springfield Blues and won by a score of 13 to 0. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Feehan left Mon day morning for an extended visit with relatives at Scranton, Pa. They went by way of Detroit, Mich., and Buffalo. N. Y., and will visit relatives at both placesv Miss Kate Reardon, who has been visiting at Antioch, Calif., for the past year, returned home Saturday evening. She expects to leave this week for Boston, Mass., and after vis iting there will return to California. FIGURES SHOW BIG LIVINGJOST JUMP Increase From December, 1914, to June, 1919, Was 80 Per Cent. Washington, Aug. 16. General in creases of about 80 per cent in the cost of living during the period from December 1914 to June 1919 were shown in tables made public here to day by the department of labor. The tables were based on investigation in various representative cities over the country. In every instance greatest increases were recorded in the prices of clothing and house furnishings. Food advances were of third impor tance. Figures for the period from December, 1917, to June 1919, show general average increases of about 20 per cent. Total increases in the two items of food and clothing without considering other items in family budgets showed enormous increases from December, 1914, to June, 1919; the advance in the case of Chicago being 157,07 pel cent. Smaller increases in such things as housing, fuel and light and miscel laneous items lowered the general average increase. In all instances the increase in clothing prices were greater than any other item. ARNHART Sunday school at Arnhart was well attended. There was quite a few from this neighborhood attended the reunion at Cassville. Arnhart school opened Monday, 'August 11, with 93 in attendance; Mr. and Mrs. Grover Loften are teachers. Ward Swearingen and Miss Opal Burg visited Sunday evening with Miss Eula Marbut. Mrs. Addie Amos is on the sick list. Calvin Lasley, Brit Marbut, Misses Mayme and Mabel Marbut attended church at Log church Sunday night. Purdy and Whcaton played a splen did game of baseball at Purdy Sunday afternoon. The score was 5 to 11 favoring Wheaton. Captain S. C. Mills who has been quite ill is able to sit up. Miss Raphael Burns of Springfield is here visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Porter Smith and son, of Cass ville, are visiting relatives here this week. Miss Elizabeth Boyer, of St. Louis, is visiting relatives and friends in Monett. Miss Lucille Barlow, of Neosho, is spending the week with her cousin, Miss Marie Campbell. Mrs. Mary Ryan, Mrs. Harry Davies and son have returned from several days at Eureka Springs, Ark. FEELING BLUE, LIVER LAZY TAKE A COLATAB Wonderful How Young and Energetic You Feel After Taking This De lightful Nausealess Calomel. If you have not tried Calotabs you have a delightful surprise awaiting you. The -wonderful liver-cleansing and svstem-Durifying properties of calomel may now be enjoyed without the slightest unpleasantness, for Calotabs are calomel with the liver benefits left in and the sting taken out. A Calotab at bedtime With a swallow of water, that's all. No taste, no nausea, no salts, nor the slightest unpleasant after-effects. Yov wake up in the morning feeling fine. Your liyer is clean, your system is purified, your appetite hearty. Eat what you wish, no danger, and no risk of saliv ation. The next time you feel lazy, mean, nervous, blue or discouraged give your liver a thorough cleansing with a Calotab. They are so delight ful and effective that your druggist is authorized to refund the price as a guarantee tht-you will be delighted. For vour protection. Calotabs are sold only in original, sealed .packages, price thirty-five cents.. At all drug stores. Try a Times want aa TWO KILLED IN HEAVY STORM AT PACIFIC, MO. Pacific, Mo., Aug. 16. Two men were killed, when an electrical storm swept over here at 10:30 o'clock last night. A terrific wind blew limbs from trees which knocked down electric wires. Louis Snider, a market gardner near town was struck by lightning and killed instantly as he stood under an apple tree near his home. He was pre paring to haul produce to market. He leaves a widow and one child. While William Grim, a farmer liv ing a mile and a half south from here was driving out of town in his auto mobile he stopped his car to remove a fallen wire and on grasping the wire was electrocuted. He was unmarried. 'Considerable rain fell during the storm. CORNER PHARMACY SOLD I. M. Coger has sold the Corner Pharmacy to J. R. Trollinger, a drug gist from Wagner, Okla. The new proprietor took charge of the business Monday morning. Mr. Trollinger is an experienced druggist, having been in the business for twelve years, and i will give Monett a first class drug Istore. Mr. Coger and family will leave soon to visit relatives at Huntsville, Ark., but has not yet decided where he will locate. A PORCH DANCE Miss Kathryn Gurley of Purdy was at home to a number of guests Friday evening August 15th. Dancing was the order of the evening. The music of very excellent quality was furnish ed by the Purdy orchestra. The house and lawn were very attractively decorated. Punch was served through out the evening. At intermission elaborate refreshments were served in the color scheme pink and white to the guests at tables in the prettily arranged Japanese garden. Each guest was presented with a baloon tied with pink or white ribbon. Those present were: Lois Wright, Georgia West, Margaret Chapell, Thelma Kelley, Ruth Carlin, Marzelle Rose, Ruth Cole, Mildred Rains, Marie Gurley of Springfield Lee Adams, John Charles and Earl Wagner. Raymond Kingery, Dr. R. B. Ingram, Fred Gurley of Springfield, Bert Williams, Gene Wil liams, Bill Boucher, Mr. and ' Mrs. Floyd Huffman and Fred- Dwyer. W. F. Dumil is in St. Louis on busi ness. Leon Wainright has gone to St. Joseph, Mo., to tiuy fall and winter goods. Mrs, Stolle, of Pittsburg, Kans., came Sunday to visit her son, Pete Stolle, and family. Miss Merrah Kahn, saleslady in the ready-to-wear department at Durnil's store, is taking her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Miller went to Carl Junction, Monday, to spend the day with relatives. Miss Christine Johnston returned to work at Dumil's dry goods store Monday after a months vacation. Mrs. S. T. Clutter and daughter, Miss Blanche, spent Sunday with rel atives and friends in Seligman. Sam Rice, wife and three children of Lawrence, Kansas, are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lehn hard. Mrs. Pierce came Sunday from Clinton, Mo., to join her husband. Mr. Pierce is chief clerk in the east yard office. Misses Alma and Blanche Gillioz and Ruby Dickerson, James Nordin and Carl Bradford visited in Aurora, Sunday. Miss Neva Hamilton, of Washburn spent last week with Mrs. F. M. Hall and family and returning home, Mon day morning. Miss Helen Wilson, of Sherman, Tex., who has been visiting her un cle, Clayton H. Johnson, has return ed home. ' Mrs. Julia Freeland visited Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bennett and family in Peirce City, Sunday, returning home Monday morning. I MARRIAGE LICENSES j Francis W. Ison, 24 Aurora jCora Brigedine, 24 Joplin ee D. Livingston, 28 Joplin, n,. t..: ... via uugeuine, &a Joplin John H. Piper, 24 Marionville Pearl Smith, 24 Monett William Good, 23 Mt. Vernon Ellen McGehee, 16 Mt. Vernon W. H. Horn, 35.- Marionville Florence Cupp, 24 Marionville Ray Muench, 20 Aurora Gladys Lear, 20 Barry Co.. Bernard Winfree, 22 Aurora Amy Elliott, 20.. Aurora Otto Hartley, under 21 Billings Maud Arndt, over 18 ...Billings W. M. Hughes, 19 Aurora. Mamie Ellis, 17 '. Monett BABY DROWNED IN BARREL John Baraum Wade, twelve-montha old son of Mr. and Mrs. Brick Wade I who lives near Republic, was drown ed Monday ofternoon by falling into a barrel of water at the rear of the Wade home. It is not known how the baby fell into the barrel, but it is supposed that he was on the steps of the back porch near the water barrel when he stumbled and fell into the water. The barrel was only about half filled with water, and the baby was found within a few minutes after it had fallen in. Miss Jennie Carty went to Seligman Friday morning, to visit friends. Harry Darnell, of Aurora, was a; visitor in Monett Friday. Mrs. A. L. Wallace went to Enid, Oklahoma Friday tor several weeks visit. Otis Cook who has been visiting relatives in Mt. Vernon returned Fri day. Miss Hazel Caughron returned home Saturday morning from a visit at Exeter. Mr. and Mrs. Will Meadow and family returned Friday from a camp ing trip on Sugar creek. Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wainright, of Tulsa, Okla., recently. Both died soon after birth. Miss Sarah' Dolan returned to her home at Mahanoy City, Pa., Wednes day evening after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Maher and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Austin and George John ston have returned from Eureka Springs where they spent several days Mr. and Mrs. Philip Davis and daughter Frances left, Friday, for an overland trip to Eureka, Springs., Ark., Rogers, Monte Ne, Buena Vista and Noel for a week's outing. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lopp, of Tulsa, Okla., who have been visiting rel atives and friends in the city for several days, returned home Friday night. Emmet Vance, returned Monday morning to his home at Francis, Okla., after spending last week with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Randolph and fam ily. Edwin Johnson, of Tulsa, Okla., has been visiting relatives and friends in Monett for the past week, returned home Monday evening. Mrs. John son and children will remain for a longer visit. FOR SALE My 80-acre farm 4 miles southwest of Monett, all in cultivation. Three-fourths acre straw berries, fine 3-year-old orchard, 8 r&om house, cellar, smoke house, good cistern on porch, good well, windmill and large tank, 2 hen houses, barn and shed, garage, granery and other out buildings. ALBERT F. GAETZ, R. F. D. 2, Monett, Mo. Phone 908-32. w50t3 d3 CATTLE fOR SALE 15 head Scotch Top yearling past. Shorthorn heifers, roan and red, all color and good growth, open. ' Three that are 2-year-old, open; five Scotch yearling heifers, roan, open, A-l bred. Could spare few breeding cows, calves by side, rebred, Address J. B. Robinson, Nevada, Mo. 32dSw2: