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THE MONETT WEEKLY TIMES FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919.
NORTH OF PURDY L. C. Robbins is busy filling his silo. Mr. and Mrs. Grunbric attended the Blsuikennhip sale, Monday. Mrs. Alfred Felly, who had been visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Magnin, returned to her home in Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Magnin, of Lena, Wis., were here visiting their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Felix Magnin, for a couple of weeks. Louis Magnin and Mrs. Felix Magnin- accompanied them back as far as St. James, where they all stopped and visited relatives and friends together. John Eden is doing some repair work in his house this week. Mr. Eden is progressing and keeps up his home. Mrs. Felix Magnin returned home, Saturday evening, from St. James. Mrs. Ami Cuendet and Mrs. Clara Margot made a short visit at Corsi cana last week. ROCKY COMFORT See T. D. Steele if you want to borrow money on Monett real estate from 1 to 3 years. No commission charged. 39tC When the baby is suffering the dou ble affliction of hot weather and bow el disorders, the remedy needed is MeGEE'S EABY ELIXIR. It reduces the feverish condition, corrects the stomach and checks looseness of the bowels. Sold by L. D. McKee and Monett Drug Co. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the offices of the undersigned dentis ' will be closed every Saturday vftei roon at 1 o'clock until M. L. INGRAM, J. P. WOODS. E. W. RUSSEY, R. B. INGRAM. ber b t Surgeons agree that in cases of ruts, burns, bruises and wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beat , EOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALING AGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Sold by L. D. Mc Kee and Monett Drug Co. Rev. Carlin, of Monett, filled his regular appointment et the Baptist church Sunday morning and night. Miss Effie Lauderdale, who has been quite sick with typhoid fever, is re ported better at present. John Decker, of Neosho, visited relatives and friends here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Montgomery who have been visiting in Colorado, return ed homo, Thursday. Dr. Henderson and Jay Fox. of Powrll ,were Rocky Comfort visitors, Thursday. Miss Mable Crenshaw began her ! school at Success, Monday. i Miss Nellie Eubanks, of Neosho, is visiting relatives here at present. : Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Goos tree, Saturday,' August 16, a boy. i Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrell of near Fairview. ! Charles Lamberson and Mack Roberts were Monett visiters, Satur day. Roy Baker is sick with typhoid fever at present. j Rev. J. T. Hinds of Fayctteville, 1 Ark., preached at the Christian church j Sunday morning and night. Oval Stipp, of near Fairview, and Miss. Bessie Buttram, of this place, . were united in marriage, Sunday at the home of the brides mother. Mrs. Mary Buttram. They are both highly respected young people and have the ;best wishes of their many friends, i Otto Duncan and family of near iNewtonia, visited Mr. and Mrs. B. I. ' Webb, Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reed and son, Noble, who have been visiting in Colo- ! rado, returned home Friday. R. G. Embry transacted business in j Neosho, Wednesday. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Oval Stipp, of near Faii-view, visited the latters mother, Mrs. Mary Buttram, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Davidson of Pea Ridge, Ark., visited relative; here a few days last week. Mrs. Clarence Davidson died at her home one and one-half miles east of town lat Friday. She had been in ill health for several months. Death was due to typhoid fever and othr ailments. Funeral services were held at the Christian church by Rev. Green of Neosho. Interment was made in the city cemetery. For that Comfortable and Beautiful freed Furniture - See Our Line of Goods Just Received. PORCH SWINGS AND FURNITURE . M. KING THE TIMES WANT ADS I ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Two rooms with lava tory and toilet suitable for office or private use. See Dr. D. E. Miller. 84tf FOR RENT--Two large rooms in the rear of the Leclede rooming house suitable for storing. Call at Monett Steam Laundry. 24tf FOR RENT Two modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping at 720 Euclid. Phone 633. 39tf PURDY ITEMS FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS One thousand ieet used lumber for sale. Call No. 3 Maple Terrace. 31tf FOR SALE: Dort Tourrnfr car, al most new, good condition. Frcistatt Motor Co., Freistatt, Mo. 24-tf FOR SALE New kitchen cabinet. 713 Eucilid avenue. 361.G FOR SALE Good Jersey cow 5 years old. Call 1022 comer Sixth and Sycamore streets. F. G. Hines. 37t6 FOR SALE Pure bred barred Plymouth Rock roosters, $1.00 each. F. E. Henderson, 1104 E. Broadway. 40tl2 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TRADE House of six rooms and hall, two 50x185 lots. House in good repair, new fences, chicken lot, good garden and some fruit. North 3rd street, Monett. L. E. Barclay. 89d&wtf 7 room house with bath and furnace corner lot nice shade and grape arbor. Close in. Price $3200.00, terms. See Wm. Smerdon, in Corner Pharmacy or call Phone 299. 46tf FOR SALE, or will trade for farm: 7 room modern bungalow, 80 foot east front. 160 foot back; fruit, grapes, plenty of shade. Call at 608 Ninth street. 30tl2 FOR SALE 6-room modern house, cellar and large barn, two lots, on Frisco avenue. Also modern 12 room rooming and boarding house on Bond street. Mrs. M. E. Loutzenheiser. Phone 166. 37tf FOR SALE: 20 acres, 3 miles northwest of Monett and 4 miles east of Feirce City ;small dwelling and bam; good fruit and berry land. A bargain at $1800. W. W. Locke, Peirce City, Mo. 37-tl0 I will sell my home 401 3rd St., on easy terms. See me at 401 3rd street. C8t6 A. F. McRAY. Furniture Undertaking WINTRY rArlUUo ."V. shows : MONETT g 29 sa& Bosses : a O" SEPARATE to MrarORNIta rVurvcABM t UAMtoSCfiRCS OP Pj E THE "EWORLD 1-APV It I DEWS 4 STARS uSrtsrorALll PERFORMING I MICH ISCHOOUWNIMAW AMD is; 1 3 TWO PERFORMANCES 9? 5"2! 1J - - - . . a... TTI LUWV AH TIME. DAHYat O "" inspection or mkwMjIirTk WORK WANTED WORK WANTED By woman. Will work by day or hour. Phone 538 or call at 219 Third. . 222tf DRESSMAKING WANTED Mrs. S. F. Cox, 702 Fourth street. Phone S76. 33tf John Boucher of Jefferson City came Sunday, to spend his vacation with hcmefolks. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Campbell of Exeter, visited here Tuesday. They will motor to Colorado where they will visit the latters father. W. M. Fly was in St. Louis the first of the week. Dr. and Mrs. Payne of Miami, re turned to their home Saturday. Mrs. Payne has been here for some time with her sister Mrs. Jim Lowery. Jay Mitchell is in Carthage, this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Grade returned home Sunday from Sedalia, where they had been for a few days. Ray Cowherd of Miami was in our city Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Trollinger and son Houston of Monett were the guests at Aubrey Brown's the latter part of last week. Miss Delia Stockton left Sunday for Seligman. She will teach a term of school at Maple Grove near there. ( Grandma Allison quietly passed a way at her home Monday. Interment was made in the Purdy cemetery. Ralph Horton, Carl Lane, Morr. England and Clinton Jeffries spent Sunday at Washburn. Lee Brown of Cassville was here Wednesday. Miss Katherine Gurley was in Mo nett Tuesday. Jim Wells attended the fair at Sedalia. Spud Combs who has been in Cali fornia for the past two years . is visiting homefolks. KINGS PRAIRIE mAPttLovr or the boc&r from plantation to TUFTLESS comfort The Scaly martress is not only umque became of its Tiftless construction but also because it is the product of the only mattress compar owning a 15,00( acre plantation and having its factory in the very heart of its cotton fields. When you 'sleep on the Sealy you Sealy comfort is radically different sleep on the finest cotton grown; from ordinary comfort. There are the quality of Sealy-grown cotton no tufts; just a buoyantly uniform begins with the selection of the gmooth resilient surface which seed and is maintained throughout yielts to eyejy cmye or position tne process oi mattress manujaiT- ture. The Sealy is an inseparably , of the body. Reasonable' care per- WANTED About September 12rh three furnished rooms for light house keeping, no children. Address A care of Times. - - 36t6 WANTED Man with tractor or team to break 100 acres ground for wheat. B. B. Baugh, Mount Vernon, Mo. 24U8 GIRL WANTED For general house work. Apply Matthews Gro cery. 17tf Waitresses and Laundresses wanted Salary eighteen dollars per month, plus board, room and laundry. Mis souri State Sanatorium, Mt. Vernon, Mo. 33tl2 WANTED A good girl for general house work. Two in family, 611 2nd street. Mrs. Kate Mulloy. . 39tf STRAYED Jersey cow, slightiy lame in right hind leg. Phone 43. 37lf LOST Bunch of keys, between Broadway and depot on Fourth street. Return to this office. 37tf LOST: 21-jewel open face watch. Return to W. J. Alderson, West Cleveland Ave. Reward. 32-lf Some are cutting com as it is firing badly. Miss Grace Burkholder, of Coffe. villc, Kan., returned to her home, Mon- klay, after an extended visit with her fcdster, Mrs. E. R. Stribling. Miss Mildred Stribling accompanied her. Allen Jackson attended the Blanken sliip big sale west of Purdy, Monday. Charlie, the son of Tom Williams, has received his discharge ar.d return ed home. He attended church, Sunday It has made quite a change in the boy after six or seven years in the service. A good part of his time was spent in Southern waters, partly below tha equator. He says the sun was straight overhead. There was baptising at Calton's mill, Sunday evening. The candidates were the dauehters of Mr. Patton. E. R. Stribling officiated. A fair crowd was present. A large congregation was present at New Liberty Sunday. Over fifty took part in the study of the Sunday school lesson, Sunday morning. The fourth quarterly conference of the M. P. Church will convene at Liberty church next Saturday at 3 p. m. J. M. Bevmer says that his cham pion calf is getting along fine. It's milking two cows. Cliff Carter is sending back some nice pictures on his vacation trip. Among them is one taken on top of Pike's Peak where he had a bird's eye view of the world below. He is now on his way to California and other points. Mrs. Robertson and baby and Mi.;s Millie Thomson, of Clinton, Ind., are visiting their brother, Jack Thomson, and family on West Wishart street. Worms interfere with the growth of children. They become thin pale and sicklv. Get rid of these parasites at once if you would have healthy, happy cheerful children. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE destroys worms and benefits the whole system. Sold by L. D. McKee and Monett Drug Co. air-woven, single unit not a series manently preserves these comfort- of layers. ing qualities. These attributes enables to enthusiastically commend the Sealy to you. Come in, see it: get acquainted with Sealy Tuftless Comfort-YGVLL LIKE IT. H. I. Bradford t LIVELY SUITS FOR LIVELY LADR Buffalo calf shoes for the working man. If you tear one ot tne small Buffalo's in two with your hands, you will get a pair of these shoes absolute ly free. Gulicks. 31tf When you feel lazy, out of sorts and yawn a good deal in the daytime, you can charge it to a torpid livor which has allowed the system to get full of impurities. HERBINE cures all dis orders produced by an inactive liver. It strengthens that organ, cleanses the bowels and puts the system in good healthy condition. Price 60c. Sold by L. D. McKee and Monett Drug Co. ; PUBLIC SALE J. W. Golden will hold a public tion sale at his farm one mile north and two miles east of Monett on Wednesday, August 27. Stock, feed and household goods will be sold. The Ladies Aid Society of the Ebenezcr church will serve lunch. Remember the date. ' 36-t6 50 acre farm for sale at a bargain if sold at once. J. W. Golden. 36t6 Stings or bites of insects that are followed by swellings, pain or itching should be treated promptly as the are poisonous. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT counteracts the poison. It is both antiseptic and healing. Price 25c. Sold by L. D. McKee and Monett Drug Co. Suits that will stand hard use, because t they're reinforced where the extra hard I wear comes. suueagpeaex The styles are smart copies of the best ideas in By Brothers clothes t -which are sure to please any boy. GULICK'S I CLOTHING SHOES FURNISHINGS Missouri's Greatest County Fair august 26-27-28-29 I Carthage, Missouri Harness and Running Races Every Day Largest Entry List Since 1914 Auto and Motorcycle Races Friday, August 29th FREE ELEPHANT AND MONKEY CIRCUS ACT DAYLIGHT FIREWORKS v DUNHAM'S DEERS S. W. Missouri's Greatest Pure Bred Livestock Exhibit BETTER DISPLAYS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Jasper County Auto and Tractor Show i