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THE MONETT WEEKLY TIMES. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919.
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS ' Production at this time means 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 increase! 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 Sprinkling with a hose is positively prohibited except the water line is provided with a meter in good order and is a violation of the Water Ordin ance. Section 11 of said water ordinance reads: "No person shall attach to a hydrant, faucet or any other fixture, any hose for the purpose of sprinkling or otherwise unless service line is provided with a water meter. By order of Mayor and Council. Special Sunday dinners at the Broadway Hotel. 26 -it Otto Ross made a business trip to Seligman today. Nifty silk shirts for men and young men at Gulicks. 43tf Miss Yeolande Gillette .visited friends in Springfield, Tuesday. "Gib" is still selling hamburgers first door west of the old stand. 26tf Mrs. Joe Martin visited in Joplin, .Tuesday. "Gib" is still selling hamburgers first door west of the old stand. 26tf ' Mrs. A. Wallace has returned from a. visit with relatives at Enid, Okla. Mrs. Ada Arnold, dressmaking. Corner Fourth and Broadway.' up stairs. 40-t6pd Mrs. W. D. Randall and Mrs. Tom Tucker attended the Carthage Fair Tuesday. For first-class dental work go to Dr. J. P. Woods, upstairs in State Bank building. . 91-tf Miss Jessie Dummit left, Monday night for Knoxville, Tenn., where she will attend school. . Drs. Ingram and Ingram, Dentists, Office over Tutt & Osborn's. Office phone 518. g7tf William McKinney left Monday evening for San Diego, Calif. "Gib" is still selling hamburgers first door west of the old stand. 26tf Mrs. Wm. Henry ar.d daughter, Cecelia, visited friends in Springfield, Monday. Summer suit sale at Gulicks, priced at $6.85. See them in our windov. 43tf Union made work clothing for union men r-at Gulicksr-. Wera. here, to serve the people. 43tf Mrs. Julia Freeland went to Car thage, Tuesday, to visit friends and to attend the Fair. Just received many new baby car riages in the coming seasons latest styles and finishes at Callaway's. 43tf Mrs. W. W. Jenkins returned home Saturday night from Eureka Spring''. Ark., where she visited two weeks. Mrs. N. B. Elkin, of Melvern, Kan., was in town, Monday, on her way to Eagle Rock, where she was called by the illness of her father. Mis. J. G. Bramer and Mrs. C. M. Gray and son attended the Carthage Fair, Tuesday. Red-goose school shoes for boys and girls. Prices reasonable, quality considered. Gulicks. 43tf "Indiana March" Hawaiian guitars reverse side Minnehaha Medley Waltz Hawaiian guitars -on Victor record 85 cents. Now in stock at Callaways. 43tf Mrs. -W. E. Smiley went, to Gar field, Ark., Tuesday, to spend several days with her parents. Boys suits at 20 per cent discount all this week at Gulicks. Buy where you can save money. 43tf Miss Julia Robbins, saleslady at Wainright's Dry Goods store is tak ing a two weeks vacation. Genuine woolen dusters for dusting automobiles and fine furniture, they cannot scratch, at Callaway's. 43tf Clarence Long, who underwent an operation Friday afternoon at the West hospital, is getting alon nicely. Ladies patent kid boots with black satin top, lace, Louis heel. This is Very new. Look in our window. Gulicks. 43tf Mrs. John O'Connell and son, John, jr., returned home Monday evening from Eureka Springs," Aric., where they had been visiting for several days. FREE SCHOLARSHIP, value $70.00 given away to each purchaser of the combination course, call or write for full particulars, Aurora Business Col lege. Aurora, Mo. 65tf Mrs. C. F. Whitlock and little granddaughter will return home Wed nesday from a several days' visit with friends and relatives at Joplin and Miami, Okja. -. ' Young people who demand the best should read the catalog of Draughon's Business College, Springfield, Mis souri and avoid disappointment and regret. Write Draughon's today. 43tl Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wilkerson, of Fort Smith, Ark., returned home, ' nday evening, after a few days' ft with Mr. Wilkerson's fatker, D. "Vjkerson. '...'.'..' SUMMER COMPLAINT IN CHILDREN There is not anything like so many deaths from this disease now as before Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy came into such general use. When this remedy is given with castor oil as directed and proper care is tak en as to diet, it is sate to say that fully ninety-nine out of every hundred cases recover. Mr. W. G. Campbell of Butler, Tenn., says, 'T have used Chamberlain's Colic and . Dirrohea Remedy for summer complaint in chil dren. It is far ahead of anything I have ever used for this purpose." , Lehndard & Spratley report the sale of No. 90 Overland touring cars to C. A. Carlin, Hery Long and J. P. S. Planchon. Kirsh flat curtain rods, guaranteed not to sag, in Vernis-Martin finish in single, double and triple rods. Callaway's. 43tf Dr. R. F. Whitlock vaccinated a large number of fine hogs today a- gainst the cholera, for A. S. Powers south of town. - Miss Raphael Bums, of Springfield, who has been visiting friends and relatives in Monett, returned home Sunday evening. "Nigger Blues" Fox trot, reverse side "Joe Turner Blues" medley fox trot, Victrola record 85 cents. Now in stock at Callaways. . 43tf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curlow, daugh ter Elizabeth and son Carl, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Goodwin and Miss Eperva Goodwin, of Pittsburg,' Kan., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Good win, Sunday and Monday. U. S. Government standard folding war cots, maple frames, heavy khaki covered canvass; folds into small bundle. Price $5.50 at Callaway's. .. 43tf Very interesting and unusual services were held at the Baptist church, Sunday morning. The Phila thea class had charge of the exer cises, several members of the class making short and excellent talks. Excellent music was furnished. In the evening Alcie Davis, a student at the Louisville, Ky., Baptist Theological Seminary, delivered a very effective sermon. Mrs. John Hagler is spending a few days with relatives on Flat Creek. FOR SALE Range and hard coal burner at 410 Fifth street. 37-EOD Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rauch are the parents of a baby boy born Monday afternoon at the West hospital. "Gib" is still selling hamburgers first door west of the old stand. 26tf John Conrey and children, of Peirce City, visited relatives in Monett, Sun day. See our line of new fall hats for men, brown, tan, green black bronze. All new shapes. Gulicks. 43tf Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dorris made a business trip to Rogers, Ark., the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs.' John Carter and Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Carter visited at Re public .Sunday. Miss Lucille Ashworth, of Neosho, returned, Sunday to her home at Neo sho after visiting Miss Jessie Whitlock. Miss Jane Walsh, who has been visiting relatives here for some time, will return to her home at Albuquer que, N. M., tonight. Miss Margaret Oakley has returned to her home at Fayetteville, Ark., after havine been the house guest of Miss Mildred Keithly for several weeks. " ' - i Two registered English bloodhounds ready to go anywhere. Calls answered day or night. . Phone 483, L. E. Hag ler or Ras Matthews. 56tf Misses Charlotte Bradford, Margar et Stringer, Laura Parker, of Chero- ni.ln HT..O llm'n RrnHfnrH anH tv c , J i 1 1 . , ...... . Mrs. Oscar McCaslin composed a pic nic party to, the Peirce City lake, Tuesday. When you have tried the rest eoi:e back to the old reliable where your dollar will buy 100 cents wortn of groceries. ARMSTRONG & SON. Sltf Georsre Howcroft, a Frisco switch man, was instantly killed at Oklahoma City, Saturday night, while at. work. He fell under some moving freight cars. Mr. Howcroft had been a resi dent of Billings for many years and left there three weeks ago for Okla homa to work as switchman. 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 ot such a remedy. The best aitificial teeth, guaran teed to fit and look well, for $10 a set. The most sanitary crowus and bridges at prices you can afford. Re- nember that I cure persons of pyor rhea. Dr. L. West, Dentist, 210 Third street, Monett, Mo. 41-tf A SNAP For sale two vacant lots on a cor ner in Prospect Park addition. Price $600.00 cash. See Robert Johnston, 408 Broadway, phone 717.. 38-t6 - NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the offices of the undersigned dentis ' twill be closed every Saturday ftei noon at 1 o'clock until ber M. L. INGRAM, J. P. WOODS, E. W. RUSSEY, R. B. INGRAM. h t Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local application, as they cannot reach '.he diaeaaed portion ot the ear. There la only one way to cure catarrhal deafness, and that is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an in darned condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tuba. When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling; aound or Im perfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed, Deafnesa la the result. Unless the Inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed vforover. Many cases of deafness are caused by catarrh, which is an inflamed condition of the, mucous sur faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces ot h system. We will Rive One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir culars tree. All TnitTclsts, 7So. . K. J. CHUNKY' & CO.. Toiil. a FREE $62.50 DUOFOLD A beautiful piece of furniture for your living room. It also makes an excellent spare bed. It is made of the very best fabricoid leather, quarter sawed golden oak. Given Away Tuesday Night SEPTEMBER 2 AT THE GEM See the bills for particulars or inquire at the Gem Theatre Attend some good shows at the Gem andsee who gets this valuable gifi. On -isplay tonight at the Gem. I Your advantage as a Clothes Buyer YOU choose one store rather than another for "your advantage;" not the advantage of th 2 store. That's the way you ought to do. But it's quite important that you know just where your advantage is; -you'll find it in the quality of the merchandise more than in the price; and you'd better not trust your own judgment too far as to quality these days. nan ocnai tisr w & Marx clothes an: known for quality. Your advan tage as a clothes buyer is in what you Ifct; and when you get these there's no greater advantage. If you need clothes this fall, we're ready to help you do some savicg f Mm v CTfl I , III Kit JMs t W k 1 ll All !pl ft I. II ' TM.l'JJ - Am -In J "r Copyright 1919 Hart Schalfnef 8c Mart TUTT & OSBORN The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx cloth;8 38SQ3BS9HS 81 '.'la'WHJ! WMawWHEBX"