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THE MONETT WEEKLY TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919.
MEXICAN PAPERS FEAR INTERVENTION Possibility of U. S. Troops Entering Country Freely Discussed. . Washington, August 23. Possibil Jty of American intervention in Mexico is freely discussed by the Mexico newspapers, according to in formation reaching officials of the state department. Particular interest was manifest here today in one article appearing in the "A. B. C." This article pointed out in detail seven ways in which the United States might intervene and discussed each at length. The seven methods enumerat ed are: Complete invasion, which the paper admits would result in victory for the United States. Would Weaken Regime. Partial invasion by the seizure of frontier posts and customs houses, wViich it is said would weaken the Carranza government, caus a spread ing of the rebellion; dishearten the constitutionalists and cause Carranza and his system to topple like a pack of cards. Aiding or recognizing some rebel group. Naming a group of Mexicans and assisting them in the formation of a government. Withdrawal of recognition from the present government, which the paper said would be tantamount to recognition of the rebels. Presenting an ultimatum to the government requiring assurance that the rebellion would be ended in a defi nite period; payment of foreign claims within a prescribed time; resumption of foreign debt service and final disposition of the petroleum question. Acting as arbiter between the con tending Mexican factions. BIRTHDAY PARTY One of the most enjoyable parties of the season vas given by Miss Ruth Feist, Friday evening in honor of hei seventeenth birthday. The house was tastefully decorated with ferns and cut flowers. Various games and dancing were the amuse ments of the evening. Miss Isabel Miller with a charming speech presented Miss Ruth with a large package which contained a freak hat. She was also presented with some beautiful pieces of ivory. A dainty luncheon was served to Misses Isabel Miller, Ruth Mahoney, Pauline Gabriel, Mae Wrightman, Ruth Cox, Mary Goodwin, Ruth Wil helm, Mildred Freeze, Marie Ryan, Florence Courdin, Vera Peters, Kthel Archdale, Bess Osborn of Joplin and Alma Wirts of Coffeyville, Kansas; Vernon Chumbley, Harold Johnson, Louis Wilhelm, Eugene Freeze, Leland J Bougher, George Geisler, Virgil Thomas and George Reed. Punch was also served during the evening. At a late hour the guests departed wishing Miss Ruth many more happy birthdays. ROARING RIVER PICNIC A picnic was given at Roaring River, Sunday, complimentary to Miss Inez Brookshire of Chilicothe, who is the guest of her cousin, Miss Vevna Wagner. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. Happy Wilhelm, Mrs. J. H. Wag oner, Mrs, Porter Smith and son, Mrs. ' Edwin Johnson and son, Misses Inez Brookshior, Verna Wagner, Blanche and Alma Gillioz, Ruby Dickerson, Agnes Johnston and Hazel Caughvon, Messrs. Hill Musick, Emmet O'Dwyev, Leonard Mansfield, Virgil Thomas, Oscar Blackshear, Tom Kose and Harlcy Wagner. MARBUT JENKINS Rev. Hood is conducting a series of meetings at Lone Elm. Those who visited at the home of Geo. Neill Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James Eden, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riddle and family, Miss Mary Daugherty, Curtis Long and children Samuel Blankenship. Singing was well attended at Jent ins Sunday night. Emory Eden and Minor Daugherty left for Kansas Tuesday. School is progressing nicely at Clio with Joe Evans as teacher. Jim Bailey and Ben Stumpff made a business trip to Cassville Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Emens of Ft. Worth, Tex., are visiting the many friends and relatives of Mrs. Emens at this place. C. R. Perriman and wife motored to Cassville Saturday. Miss Lucy Potter is still at Purdy takinsr treatments from Dr. Pool. We re all glad to know that she is im proving. Mrs. Floyd Eubanks came home from Monett Friday where she is taking treatments. We are glad to know that she is improving. She re turned to Monett Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hicks of Au rora visited F. N. Hicks Sunday night Mrs. Sallie Allen and son Elbert are on tne sick list tnis week. Misses Gladys and Vera Thomas visited Miss Chloe Bolin Saturday night. Miss Flossie Eden is at home this week. She has been staying with her grandmother Mrs. James Evans who has been quite ill. , There is to be Literary at the Clio school house Friday night. Every body is invited to come and bring someone with them. Several from here attended the Crane Reunion Friday and Saturday. Mrs. J. T. James is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gid Bolin and son Glen, Mrs. Bell Huse and daughter Lottie and Miss Chloe Bolin visited Mrs. Jones Wilson and family Sun day. Misses Mary Daugherty and Sadie Koill attended church at Lone Elm Sunday night. Joe Hogget called at the home of Gid Bolins Sunday afternoon. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Suit has been filed in circuit court against the Yarhola Pipe Line Com pany by James P. Collins of Ozark township to recover damages for des truction of property on his farm. Among the damages claimed is $150 for a bearing June apple tree, $150 for a bearing Early Harvest apple tree, $200 for a. bearing apricot tree and $200 for a walnut tree. Chief tain, Mt. Vernon. Bernard Babb came in on the 16th from overseas and had served 2 years and 4 months in the U. S. Marines and saw some hard service. He was in the battles of Chauteau Thierry and Belleau Woods. He was given a hearty welcome and is glad to be at home. Cassville Democrat. MARRIAGE LICENSES Edward W. Jones Ema Tarter L. G. Burney Isabell Wimmer Wm. A. Farrell ... Clara Smith Erbin J. Edington Mary Nay Miller Millor Tacoma, Wash. Taney Co. L Miller Mt. Vernon 'Aurora Aurora Mr. and Mrs. John Parish anJ son, Robert, left Sunday evening for Los Angeles, Calif., to make the;r home. In the removal of the Parish family from this community Peirce City loses one of its most estimabl2 fam ilies and their absence will be felt both in business and social circles. Leader Journal, Peirce City. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mitchell, form erly of the Farmers Bank of Verona, now connected with the Farmers and Merchants bank of Springfield have been enjoying a pleasure trip to Den ver and Colorado springs. verona Advocate. GIVE PICNIC FOR VISITORS SOUTH MONETT We sure appreciated the good rain we had Wednesday. Several from here attended Mr. Blankenships sale Monday. v Edd Jackson is doing some con crete work for V. H. Marbut. ,:' Clint Marbut has began to build his new house. s -. - Mr. Woods had tho misfortune to get one of his libs broken, Monday. v Ewin Jlorlan and family are visit ing relatives. Oscar Jackson is visiting relatives in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs". V. H. Marbut attended a dinner in Eutterfield, Sunday, given in honor of Bunk Parmley of Illinois. Mrs. F. C. Jackson has been on tho sick list. Floyd Tnman has a new buggy. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hughey were shop ping in Monett Tuesday. Mrs. Cora Jackson visited her sis ter, Mrs. Bessie Marbut, Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Krebs and children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Marbut. W. H. Fennel, of the Gunter neigh borhood, has bought the Jeffries store at Eutterfield. Cas Jeffries, who has been manager of the store, will be the cashier of the new Farmers Bank at Butterfield. Mrs. Gus Medlin visited Saturday Sunday with the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Lautaret. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Martin and chil dren spent Sunday with Mrs. Martin. Miss Myrtle Niskern is visiting friends and relatives in Tulsa, Okla., this week. Miss Albina Courdin visited Sunday with her friend Miss Dorthy Cuendet. Mrs. Dave Lautaret and children spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. D. , la Lautaret. "; ' '-' """" J. P. S. Planchon who has been very ill is improving. Miss Ella Reno visited Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Frank Ricken. Mrs. Sanford Davis and Miss Ethel Lee were shopping in Monett Satur day. G. M. Reno and son George motored to Joplin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bratin Worniington visited Sunday afternoon, with the lat ters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hen derson. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Banks spent with Mrs.-Bert Eden. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express- our thanks to the many friends who were kind to us at the death of our loved one, Hiram Eagle, flowers. Also for the beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bass. Mrs. Hiram Eagle. E. T. Eagle. ARRIVED OX THE IMPERATOR New York August 14. Among the service men from Monett registered today at their state desk in the Hall of States of the New York War Camp Community Service was George R. Edwards, 322, M. T. C, arriving U. S. S. Imperator. BARRY COUNTY RECEIVES ' ARMY TRUCKS Two of the six army trucks which Harry county was to get to be used in load work, have been received and are now at Cassville. One of the trucks is a two ton Nash-Quad and the other is a three-ton Kelley. They were kiilt by the government at a cost of $9,000 and the county gees them for the cost of transportation. MARQUIS McCALL RECEIVES DISCHARGE Marquis McCall received his dis charge at Ahe Navy Demobilization Station at St. Louis this week and returned home, Thursday night. Marquis enlisted in the Navy in De cember, 1917. He was stationed on the U. S. S. Northern Pacific. Mrs. Will Meador and Mrs. D. R. Atkisson gave a picnic party to the Peirce City park Thursday evening for Mrs. S. B. Sparkman and Mrs. G. L. Montgomery, of Washburn; Mrs. H. S. Montgomery and daughter Mary of Cassville and Mrs. Meade Miller, of Temple, Tex. James Basham, of St. Louis, is visit ing friends in Monett, Miss Mildred Callaway visited friends in Aurora, Sunday. Mrs. Effie Hudson has returned from business trip to Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Ben Beckham and Miss Josie Cassity were Aurora visitors Sunday W. E. Pruitt left Saturday for Rogers, Ark., to work during apple harvest. Misses Lois Blankenship and Lois Bray spent Monday with relatives in Neosho. Miss Vincie Shumate has accepted a position in Tatem-Wright's dry goods store. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hudson and baby of Jenkins, are visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Louis Smith is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fred Wolf and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Lulu Tutt and son, Tommie, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellis spent Sunday at Roaring River resort. Mrs. Dr. Ambrose who has been car ing for Mrs. Herbert Bass and infant, returned to Purdy, Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Carr left Sunday for an extended visit in the east. They will visit at Atlanta, Ga., New York and other interesting points. Miss Elizabeth Conrey has resigned her position as saleslady at the Tatem Wright Dry Goods store. She has been an employe of the store for fifteen years. Mrs. Grover Garrison and Mrs. W. O. Welsh went to Joplin, Sunday, and brought back the baby of Mrs. Garri son's who has been in the care of Dr. Moody, the specialist doctor. Mrs. Denton R. Woods has been elected by the Cassville board of edu cation to teach the Cassville school this year. Mr. Woods is pastor of the Presbyterian church at that place. Van Feist left Sunday night for Kansas City where he will visit a few days before returning to the University at Columbus, Missouri where lie will be a Senior this year. The young people enjoyed a dance at Markweil hall, Friday evening, there being a good attendance. Musi'.! was furnished by Prof. Kelley, Mrs. Gilbert Williams and Norman Nordin. Mrs. W. W. Spain" has returned home from a visit with relatives at richer, Okla., Misses .Maragret and Fauline Vermifiion and Pauline Eos well accompanied her home for a vis it. ' ; - Miss Gladys Helen Boyer, of Wash bum, has been visiting her grand parents, Mr.' and Mrs. H. T. Pinnel, and returned home' Sunday morning Miss Elizabeth Boyer of St. Louis, who has been visiting here, acccmpani ed her home and spent Sunday. Mrs. J. R. JudkTns and Miss Eliza beth Boyer, .of St. Louis, who have been visiting friends in Monett, left Monday morning for Neodesha, Kans., to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Temple and family. From there they wil go to Sulphur Springs, Ark., and Keifer, Okla., to visit before returning to their home. Rev. F. M. Johnson writes from Hastings, Neb., that he and his son, Finis Johnson and family, -arrived at Kansas City, August 19 and visited Mr. and Mrs. Murrel Harman and Frank Lane and family, where they were royally entertained. They also visited at Omaha, Neb., and arrived at Hastings, Neb., Thursday night. The Hastings Daily Tribune, of August 22 says: "The Rev. F. M. Johnson, of Monett, Mo., accompanied by his son, Finis Johnson and family, are guests at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ed Livingston, of this city. The Johnson family are enroute to Denver and the mountains. The Rev. Mr. Johnson will fill the pulpit for the Rev C. S. Hanson at the Presbyterian church, Sunday, while the latter is absent attending a state meeting." CARD OF THANKS MORE MONETT PEOPLE TAKE JOY RIDE IN AIRPLANE Lieutenant Merrill, aviator for the Monett Air Service Corporation, was kept busy Sunday afternoon. There were about twenty Monett people took a joy ride in the airplane. They were all delighted with, the trip. Flights are being made each afternoon by Lieut. Merrill. F. N. Reese and family, of Cassville, visited here, Sunday. Miss Lotta Reese went that evening to Spring field, where she is taking a steno graphic course at the Springfield Business College. Neal A. Brown, of Morris, Okla., h; visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Meador. Mrs. Brown is expected the last of the week and they will go to Pioneer to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jones, while Mr. Brown is recovering from the effects of an operation. Miss Ethel Reid, formerly of Kings Prairie, has been elected teacher of Science and Mathematics in the Ever ton high school. She and her mother, Mrs. Mattie Reid, are attending to business matters here this week, pre paratory to moving to Everton. ALOHA CHAPTER MEETING Aloha Chapter O. E. S. No. 240 met in regular session on Wednesday,, with a very large attendance. There were a number of visitors from out of town Chapters. Miss Alice Planchon and Mrs. Hel en Saxe were initiated into the order Light refreshments were served and everyone present had a most en joyable time. MONETT LOST GAME The Monett Midgets lost the gamo of baseball, Sunday - afternoon, . at Sarcoxie, the Sarcoxie team winning" by a score of 10; to 4. It was a splen did game. Several hundred people were in attendance. Miss Margaret Lopp has resumed work at Tatem-Wright's dry goods store after a two weeks' vacation. The little son of Sidney Potter, of Peirce City, was operated on Monday, morning at West's hospital for diseas ed tonsils. Miss Ella Harrison, who made her home here for several months, has been elected teacher in Spanish, econo mics and history in the Carthage high, school. We are sincerely grateful to our neighbors and friends who showed us ! so much kindness and sympaiu., ! our recent bereavement and who gave such beautiful flowers. We especially ! wish to mention the services of Rev. J. F. King, R. M. Callaway and the I singers at the funeral. C. W. Carnes W. H. Carnes and family. Mrs. Ida Downs. Mrs. Sim Spain and two children departed Wednesday evening for their home at Three Forks, Mont., after spending several weeks visiting W. W. Spam and family. Mrs. Oscar Jaques and son James Oscar, Jr., will leave Sunday for an extended visit with Mrs. Jaques cousin Mrs. Chas Fivash, 509 Third street, La Junta, Colo and also with relatives at Denver and Colorado Springs. Miss Noda Billett, of Litchfield, 111., visited Mrs. E. L. Jerome here Sun day. Miss Billett was on her way to Bisbee, Ariz., to make her home with her father, Arthur Billett, Her grand mother, Mrs. Gilmore, with whom she had been making her home, is in fail ing health. C, H. GARNER AUCTIONEER v Nine years experience on the bloch and in the ring, Breeder of Shorthorn cattle and Duroc-Jersey hogs. Head of Newton County Farm Bureau Live Stock Department "Wire for dates at my expense at PAIRVIEW, MO. liiiiiirc Enterprise Marble and Granite Work j Manufacturers of Marble&Granite Monuments F. M. CLASSEN, Prop. Phone 217 Peirce City, Mo. HEREFORD CATTLE 0 16 HEAD SALE 16 HEAD Moudy's Dispersion Sale of Registered Here ford Cattle, Consisting of 16 Headof Line bred Anxiety 4th Covs, Heifers and Bulls MONDAY 1919 Sale Starts At 10:30 O'Clock at the W. R. Henderson Farm, 3 miles South west of Purdy and 2 miles Northeast Corsicana This is an invitation to you personally to attend my sale. I am offering in this sale a lot of individuals that have been handled carefully, but never pampered, and they have been grown along with an eye singled to their future usefulness. Theie will be found in this sale some as good bred young cows as can be found anywhere. A study of the pedigrees will be enough to convince you that the breeding is as good as there is to be found In'these days of food scarcity and high prices it seems unnecessary to urge farmers to buy better beef producing machines. We owe it to our selves and country to grow an animal which produces beef or pork economically. . I take great, pleasure in asking all persons interested in breeding good cattle to be at my sale and personally insDect this offering of good Anxiety bred cattle. v ' TERMS OF SALE 4 per cent discount for cash or 6 months time with note drawing 8 per cent interest from date. . LUNCH WILL BE SERVED ON THE GROUNDS COLi AL HUDSON, Auctioneer Purdy, MO. DR. L. D. FREEMAN, Sales Manager PAT 0'DWYER, Clerk