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THE.MONETT WEEKLY TIMES. FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1313.
NEW FALL DRESSES Lucille Dresses Tricolette, Paulette, Serge and Twill Materials JACQUES MILLINERY 38-tf. Production at this time mean? ample prosperity and employment for our labor all the time We must increase legitimate business and farm production by every means in our power. From the standpoint of patriotism alone we solicit inquiries for funds which look to such increasd in production. We pay 4 per cent for time deposits CHECKING ACCOUNTS SOLICITED Call on us when you need money to Increase production and when you have money to deposit. Monett State Bank Albert R. Weiss is in Springfield on business. Special Sunday Broadway Hotel. dinners at the ,6-tf Henry Fly made, a business trip to Aurora Tuesday. Large assortment of Bissells vac uum sweepers at Callaway's. S7tf Mrs. L. C. Musser and children are visiting and friends in Springleld. When you made bread. eat breaW, eat Ozark Bakery. clean 3gt6 Drs. Ingram and Ingram, Dentists Office over Tutt & Osborn's. Office phone 518. 87-tf A. B. Drake, of Aurora, town on business Monday. Special Sunday Broadway Hotel. dinners was in at the 26-it Ironing boards at Callaway's. 37tf Mrs. H. A. Cochran and son spent Tuesday visiting relatives in Sarcoxie. Just received a fresh shipment of Bianke's chocolates at the Ozark Bal: ery. 35tC Mr. and Mrs. Clark Edwards and Miss Sadie Edwards were visitors in Joplin Tuesday. See the display of new Kroehler davenettes now on display in Calla way's windows. 37tf Mr. and Mrs. Overstreet, of Galena were the guests of J. E. Tyhurst and family, Sunday. J. E. Propst of Shreveport, La., visited her sister Mrs. C. C. Miller between trains Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Jordan re turned home Saturday from a visit with relatives at Corder. Harry Downs, formerly of Monett, has joined the regular army and left for oversea duties August 12. Mr. and, Mrs. Earl Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis enjoyed a days' out ing at the Peirce City park, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fritz of Spring River Prairie are the pai'ents of an 11 pound baby girl, born Sunday, August 17. Fireman Emmet Vinson went out ISunday morning on a passenger run between Springfield and Neodesha, Kenton Tanler with tonsil itis. has been quite ill "Gib" is still selling hamburgers first door west of the old stand. 26tf Mr. and Mrs. Vance Davis returned Monday from a visit in Neosho. Those delicious pastries at the 0 zark Bakery are always fresh. 35t6 Mrs. E. A. Dummitt, of Gooding, Idaho, is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs.' Ralph Tate: For first-class dental work go to Dr. J. P. Woods, upstairs in State Bank building. 91-tf Dont miss the special attraction at the Gem tonight. Its a western pic ture. Khaki unionalls for men, boys and children. Price $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $4.50. Gulicks. 31tf Mrs. J. C. Williams and childr spent Sunday in Springfield. "Gib" is still selling hamburgers first door west of the old stand. 26tf Chas. Horton left Sunday for a visit at his old home in Ohio. Lester Bushnell visited in Joplin Saturday evening and Sunday. Fancy black kid lace boots for ladies kid covered heels. Gulicks. 31tf Mr. and Mrs. Mike Murphy, of Kansas City, are visiting relatives and friends here. Just received a fresh shipment of Bianke's chocolates at the Ozark Bak ery. 35tC MlCD Ann.! rl....'n.l.nA 1 i. . . . i , Luiio. uiiiiiiigimiu lias icluiii- Harry Smith has been v.s.t.ng his ! , home & family and returned to Pitcher, Okla., Tuesday morning. O'Cedar and Golden Star polish at 25c and 50c a bottle at Callaway's. 37tf Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Anderson and daughter went to Aurora, Tuesday, to " spend several days with relatives. See the display of new fall drap eries, portieres and table runners now en display in Callaway's window. 37tf Walter Chappcll and wife of Muskogee, Okla., are visiting rela tives and friends here on their way to New York. A new brick building is going up nl Ritchey. Part of it will be occupied by the Bank of Ritchey and the other by F. L. Denton's grocery store. Buffalo calf shoes for the working man. If you tear one of the small Buffalo's in two with your hands, you will get a pair of these shoes absolute ly free. Gulicks. 31tf Mrs. A. J. McFalls and daughter Vivian, of Fort Worth, Tex., who have been visiting here, left Sunday for Thayer to visit Mrs. McFalls' -daughter, Mrs. Ada Brown. spent in Kansas City. Mrs. H. C. Dummit returned home Tuesday morning from Springfield where she had been visiting relatives. Ladies new seal brown kid Button shoes with kid covered heels. This ib one of the latest creations in Ladies Fall footwear. Gulicks. Sltf FREE SCHOLARSHIP, value $70.00 i given away to each purchaser of the combination course, call or write for full particulars, Aurora Business Col lege. Aurora, Mo. 65tf Mr. and Mrs. Will Buckley have sold their property on Euclid avenue - to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Burkhart and will leave next week for Cherryvale, TLan., to make their home. All persons expecting to attend 'Springfield Business College should write J. A. Taylor, president, stating probable time of arrival. Write for "free catalog. Situation positively guaranteed. 38tl Mrs. Pearl Lollar, of Oelwcin, Iowa came, Monday morning, for a week' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Bouldin. Two registered English bloodhounds ready to go anywhere. Calls answered Jay or night. Phone 483, T E. Kap ler or Ras Matthews. 56tf Robert E. Costley, of Monett, will soon be released from service in the U. S. Navy at the Navy demobilization fetation at St. Louis. A. F. McRay and Mr. Cato have re turned from Sapulpa, Okla., whero they were looking after their oil in terests. Mrs. Ernest Vinson and daughter Returned home Sunday morning from a visit with l'elatives and friends at Rogers, Ark. Mens oxfords in brown, black and russets, worth from $7.00 to $9.00 a pair. To close out quick only $4.95 per pair. Gulicks. 31tf Mrs. W. E. Smiley and children went to Springfield Tuesday to spend the day with Mr. Smiley at the Springfield hospital. When you have tried the rest eou'C back to the old reliable where your dollar will buy 100 cents worth of groceries. ARMSTRONG & SON. Sltf Miss Bessie Parsons of Hallowell, Kansas will arrive this evening to make her home with her cousin Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mrs. J. J. Davis returned home Thursday night from a seven week's visit at Tacoma, Wash., 'where she .visited her sister, brother and friends. She visited Mrs. Shiels, who is now living at Tacoma and says she likes it fine. In Washington, Mrs. Davis enjoyed many delightful excursions and automobile trips. At Seattle she attended the Eastern Star convention Delegates were in attendance from all parts of the United States, and was the most wonderful convention in the history of the order. An aufomobile party was formed, consisting of more than 150 automobiles, and went to the Mt. Ranier National Park and took a day and a half trip on the water. The party was given in honor of returned soldiers from overseas. At the Rainier park the mountain road is 750 foot above sea level and is the most picturesque in the world. The snow capped mountains, glaciers blooming flowers and immense water falls are wonderful. Mrs. Davis thought of her many friends while on (the trip and brought back beautiful fiouvenier booklets for them. She '.said the weather in Washington was ideal. The nights were even too cool to sit in the open air, but about mid day it was warm and comfortable. On her return trip home, Mr. Davis met her in Kansas City and Miss Helen Davis joined them at Joplin. John Hoberg writes The'Times from Pittsburg, Kansas as follows: "The ad in The Times brought results. 1 have sold my place to H. H. Edwards." The place sold was the former home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoberg on Seventh street, Monett. r SAVE A DOLLAR TWO f Wear-u-weu LLOYDb ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP First Class Repairing at Popular Prices LOSS OF APPETITE As a general rule there is nothing serious about a loss of appetite and if you skip a meal or only eat two meals a day for a few days you will have a relish for your meals when meal time comes. Bear in mind that at least five hours should always elapse be tween meals so as to give the food ample time to digest and the stomach a period of rest before a second meal is teken. Then if you eat no more than you crave and take a reasonable amount of outdoor exercise every day you will not need to worry about your appetite. When the loss of appetite is caused by constipation as is often the case, that should be corrected at once. A dose of Chamberlain's Tab lets will do it. Kodak finishing done just right and always done promptly too. If you are particular about your develop ing and printing, bring us your films and find out what good service we can give you. The Cozy Inn. 28t6 PRICES ON MEATS Our Prices on Fresh Meat. Plate Beef Boil 17 &c Brisket Beef Boil 16c Beef Roast 24c .....25c Ground Beef Chuck steak Loin, Round and Porter House Steak 35c All fresh Ham and Loin Pork 40e Shoulder Pork 3Sc Compound Lard 35o Lard, Our Own Make Dry Salt Meat 40c ....35c Fresh Side Pork and Sausage 30c E. F O L G E R The Quality Butcher 1 Next to the Co-operative Store .w. -W- A. A .3 1 Ti it ft i fTi t ilTi iffi it, ttt A iM ?V V V V V V V V.'V V 1 W Immediate Delivery 1920 MODELS BUICKS WRIGHT A UTO CO. I Phone 1 95 Peirce City, Mo. 1 fr t t if fr 't 't t $ t t t How many steps does your wife or mother take to cistern or hydrant. Lessen that drudgery and install that plumbing you have been talking about. We will assist you in estimating the cost. ROBT. VOGT PLUMBING & HEATING 507 BROADWAY MONETT email. I Twelve different patterns and sizes of chifforobes gentlemens wardrobes in oak, mahogany, Circassian and American walnut now on display at Callaway's. 37tf Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Edwards, Misses Sadie Edwards and Freda Garden composed a picnic party to the Peirce City pack Saturday. See our line of childrens new fall shoes. We sell "Buster Brown's" and "Kewpie Twins." Its most school time and girls and boys need good stout shoes. Thats our kind. Gulicks. Sltf Do You Know a Thing When You Good See It? Nifty new fall hats for Mr. nifty dresser. Any color and shape at Gulicks. We carry Stetsons and Lion Specials. Sltf Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Scott and daughter left Monday night for Los Angeles, Calif., where they will make an extended visit and will probably locate there. Rev. W. M. Kennedy, of east of Furdy, will move soon to Purdy. He iwill have a sale at his farm on (August 28. The Times job depart- dent is printing his sales bills. The best aitificlal teeth, guaran teed to fit and look well, for $10 a ec. The most sanitary crowus and bridges at prices you can afford. Re nember that I cure persons of pyor .hea. . Dr. L. West, Dentist, 210 Third street, Monett. Mo. 41-tf Mr. and Mrs. H. P. S. Burke and sons Allan and Maurice, and Mrs. D. A. Peters motored to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Spilman near Went worth, Sunday, and spent the day. Miss Dorothy Burke who had been visiting there, returned home with them. CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY This medicine always wins the good opinion if not the praise of those who use it. Try it when you have need of such a remedy. , , W. W. Turner and wife of Hope, Ark., arrived Saturday to take charge of the Monett Journal. They went to Carthage Sunday to visit Mrs. Turners parents and returned Monday even ing. Mr. Turner was formerly editor of the Hope News at Hope, Ark. The Quality Millinery Shop has opened for the season and is showing a beautiful display of -fall hats in the late shades and the very latest styles Mrs. Miller, the. new owner of the shop, will be pleased to meet the old and new customers and show the hats. S7-t3 T. W. Griffin of 1127 N. Grant street has bought the home of Thomas M. Brown at North Grant, and East Cen ter street. Mr. Griffin is an engineer employed on the Frisco railroad and has resided in this city for the past fifteen years. He will make his future home in the residence just purchased. Springfield Leader. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, at they cannot reach '.he diseased portion ot the ear. There la only one way to cure catarrhal deafness, and that la by a conatitutlonal remedy. Catarrhal Deafneaa la caused by an in flamed condition of the mucoua lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling- aound or im perfect hearing-, and when It is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result Unless the inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness art caused by catarrh, which is an inflamed condition of the mucous sur faces. Hall' Catarrh Medicine acta thru the blood on the mucous surfaces ot thi system. We will give On Hundred Dollars tor any case ot Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Clr ttlara free. All Drug-gists. 75o. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. ?o:dv o MOST men do. That's why we say you will recognize in this sale the dominating clothes values of the year. This doesn't mean the lowest priced clothes; you can seejlower figures than ours almost every where. It takes more than 4marked down prices" to make values. If you want high class tailoring; distinctive styles, all-wool fabrics; a guarantee of satisfaction or your money back, this sale os ours is the place to come. The clothes, not the our biggest argument. pnees, are I 1 CcvTfteht 1913 Hut SduOner ft TUTT & OSBORN The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothe