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TIIE MONETT WEEKLY TIMES FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919.
THE MONfiTT TIMES TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY Pearl Peters, Publisher. Entered m'.thc tMonett. Mo..2potofflce u neconci clan inul matter. , : SUBSCRIPTION KATES Dilr bjr Cvrier, per year in advance $4 00 Daily by Carrier, per month ..... 40c Daily by MaiL per year in advance! ... $3,011 Daily by mail three month in advance - - $1.00 Weekly by mail, per year in advance - - $1 5C Advertising rate will be quoted upon applicatioij PAY YOUR DEBTS Evprv DroG-ressive bank in the nation is constantly urging the public to get the habit of ravine; ami paying off its debts. Conlraiy tr, the opinion 1 many, a banker is not interested in having a customer loaded down with debts. Owing debts, and being a borrower at a bank are two different things. A banker extends credit to enable business to be carried on. In one way this is a debt, but it is a vastly dif ferent debt from the kind owed by a man who simply fails to meet his obligations for lack of systematic saving. A bank must loan money to live but it wants to loan to people who save. The day of the Shylock is pass ed as the modern bank must live from prosperous and not bankrupt com munities. Geo. E. Roberts, Vice President of National City Bank says; "The banker can render not better service to the farmer than by advising him to use the proceeds of present high prices to pay off his debts. It is a singular fact that people commonly go into debt in good times and pay their debts under pressure in bad times. The Manufacturer. Harry Osborn went to St. Louis, Monday, to buy goods for Tutt & Osborn clothing store. UTir SAVE A DOLLAR TWO Wear-u-well 4 '--" "flit, i it -we. IF' '.- LLOYDb ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP First Class Repairing at Popular Prices I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lauderdab spen ' Sunday at Roaring River. Ross Shadel visited his parent, at Fayetteville, Ark., Sunday. J. M. Beauchamp, the Ford agent, is in Kansas City on a business trip. Miss Fitzwater, chief telephone operator, visited relatives at Carlh- ! age, Sunday. F. L. DeMill, representing the Springfield Republican, was in twvn on business, Monday. I E. A. Shideler and O. O. Otterman ! went to Roaring River, Sunday on Mr. j Shideler's motorcycle. Kenneth Wright, Junior Westbay and John Charles Wagner visited at Roaring River resort Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainright and Leon Wainright spent Sunday wHh Mr. andMrs. Dimmit Wainright at Picher, Okla. Mrs. W. L. Tucker of Monett, and Miss Anna Conrey, of Tulsa, Okla., have returned from a pleasant trip to points in Colorado. Mrs. Fred Pfendler and daughter, of Muskogee, Okla., and Miss Minnie iWells are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Russey of 720 North Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Lenn Manley and daughter, Jcsslynn, Mr. nd Mrs. Earl Aulgur, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Aulgur picnicked at Roaring River, Sunday. G. W. Nordin and family, of Fort Smith, Ark., who have been visiting Chas. Hutt and family at Oklahoma City, came Monday evening, to ! visit A. J. Nordin and family. 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 exerc.'se 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. Broadway Hotel 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 5:30 to 6:30 o'clock. Naat..w ...-.&- - 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 m estimating the cost. ROBT. VOGT PLUMBING & HEATING 507 BROADWAY MONETT ft frfrnHHHS 'H' ' 'V ' 'W (41. N I u miE BROS. SHOWS IIS MONETT 1 .52 29 y zsssi nnr.frn txwiB lit iiii iri r " OWP0Sni".T UJ" mmmwrnm mm laagSSSt-' hc&el re ATunes Pl""1. t l - II..T.T CAN nKMMHI SEZm wggglgC SSWBgJ STAR'S C4II Jilt I A-44t i J M ll A4iH!. ii DAILY AT 21?68i5PMt imskctiom or MHHACKHIK J Royal Tailored Clothes to Your Measure We are showing the late offerings of the looms in Better tailoring at prices ranging from $30 and up. Our advice to you is to buy early. a 420 Broadway Monett, Mo. j THE TIMES WANT ADS j ' 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. 24 tf FOR RENT Two modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping at 720 Euclid. Phone 633. 39tf FOR RENT Two light house keeping rooms at 302 Sixth street. Phone 429. , 41tf BROADWAY HOTEL Fifth and Broadwey C. BEKTALOT, Proprietor Ma Years With Fred Harvey. JOHN T. BURGESS Lawyer Will Practice in All Courts of State R. F. V, H1TL0CK DEPUTY STATE VETERIN A Rl A Monett, Mo. Office, Room 10, State Bank Building Hospital and Surgery at Cox Livery Barn. Phones, Office 53, Residence 174J FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS One thousand ieet used lumber for sale. Call No. 3 Maple Terrace. 31tf FOR SALE: Dort Touring: car, al most new, good condition. Freistatt Motor Co., Freistatt, Mo. 54-tf FOR SALE Good Jersey cow 5 years old. Call 1022 corner 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- 7- - '.ure ror i rocm cottage. 206- W County street, or phone 52o. 46tf FOR SALE OR TRADE for city property, a Dodge touring car. See G. W. Finn, over Corner Pharmacy. 43tf FOR SALE 1 good work mare, with mule colt, 3 mules, two 2-year old one 1-year-old. W. H. Dale, R. F. D. 3, Purdy, Mo. w52t3 M. K. TRUMBOWER, M. D. Specializes on Diseases of Women Phone 298 OFFICE AND RKS' ' . Third and Bond Streets OFFICE HOURS 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. DAN B. MEADOR ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC Collections and all Legal Work. Durnil Building Office Phone2 Residence 19S 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 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 Peirce City -.small dwelling and barn; good fruit and berry land. A bargain at $1800. W. W. Locke, Peirce City, Mo. 37-tlO I will sell my home 401 3rd St., on easy terms. See me at 401 3rd street. S8t6 A. F. McRAY. For sale or 'trade for Monett prop erty srood 4 room house on N. Doug las avenue, Springfield, Mo. 908 E. Cale. R. C. Sturgeon. 40tb HOWELL'S UNION MEAT MARKET 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. DRS. PARMALEJS & PARMALEK CHIROPRACTORS Expert Spinal Adjustments Diagnosis from Eye and Spine Consultation and Examination Free Office Rooms: Rees Building 315 1-2 Broadway, Monett, Mo. 14-lm Phone 89 DR. T. E. HASTINGS OSTEOPATH PHYSICIAN Office Over Durnil's. Office Pbone 309. Residence Phone 634 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 J. L. JEFFRIES C O A Kansas, McAlester, Piedmont, Smith ing and Anthracite Coal PHONE 9 or 159 BERT ROBBINS Architect & Engineer Building1 Plans, Estimates and Speciteations. State Bank Bldg. 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 376. . 33tf 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 meat market. I also carry a complete line of poultry supplies. I solicit your patronage and sell on a money back guarantee. LESTER HOWELL Proprietor. 3B FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS Bought, Sold or Exchanged SLYFIELD'S SECOND-HAND STORE 211 Third Street. Phone 307 W. M. PITTS NEWS SERVICE 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 end Times. 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 Embalnier Cal Answered Day or Night Day Phone No. 17 Night Phone No. 237 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 WANTED Rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Call Kings Rooming House. 43t6- WANTED Residence by desirable tenants. Call Kings, Rooming House. 43t6 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 properly ior 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 Phone 243 ' STRAYED Jersey cow,' slightly lame in right hind leg. Phone 43. 37tf 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 rtovplfcnd Ave. Reward. 32-tf LOST Gold brooch set with tor- quoise ajid pearls, between Frisco avenue ana 7th street. Return to Mrs. Harry Smith. 616 Frisco avenue. 43tf LOST Black and white spotted hound with curly tail; more black on back tnan white. Lost on wolf chase northeast of Monett. Liber al reward- T. E. Jacksori, Monett Dr. Wm. M. West's HOSPITAL at MONETT, MO Has been reopened, the Doctor has returned from service in the Army. First class equipment for SURGERY Gf OBSTETRICS Latest Improved Apparatus In X-Ray Department. Phone 1 09 Monett, Mo. 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 J. OLIN BIGGS Attorney at Law Collecting a Specialty Room 11 State Bank Building DR. E. W. RUSSEY 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 . 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 furnr ture and stoves. Highest cash price paid. W. H. SNIDER, , V Phone 565 214 Broadway.. MONETT TRANSFER CO All kinds of transferring. Furniture moving a specialty. For quick service and careful handling Phone 18. UNDERTAKING II. I. BRADFORD Phonea Dny 154 Night 390 , Forlyour Drav and Transfer call J. W. SUMMERS Move'.by load or contract. Large Two Ton Truck. 1 Phone 535. Mn d43t5 v.52'.2 EOS Mill--