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THE MONETT WEEKLY TIMES. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919.
9 L f. t 1.1 if Jfr '7 ittS- Introducing GAGE AND FISK New Fall Hats Embroidered Velvets, Duvetynes and Combin ations, Feather trimmed and all Feather Hats THE asseniblags now ready for inspection presents suitable hats for the miss and for younger girls now preparing tor school, as well as for dignified matrons. The smartness of the tailored styles and charm of the dressy trimmed hats make a showing worthy, indeed, of every woman's attention. Notwithstanding the increased cost of material and labor, Durnil's value-giving siandards have been maintained, which is but another way of saying that the same money will buy a better and smarter htt here. New styles m childrens hats now on Sale. Our store will be closed all day monday on account of Labor Day. DURNIL'S i ! ,Ti 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 .. WMES&ZXZ ;r YffiiMIGIIM Why Not Have It GO TO WILLIS BROS. ! 3RD & FRONT ST. For all kinds of Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing and Rubber Tire work J Plow shares ground- Only the best of materials used: jj All Work Guaranteed. See Us Before Buying Shock Absorbers For Your Ford jf B. J.II..I . ji mi in 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 mi mil il i mi 1 1 iwwiMBWiwwiwmwiiwiinfirniiffiwrtiii iw iiiiiiii i mini iinnnrrmr i For that Comfortable and Beautiful Reed Furniture See Our Line of Goods Just Received. PORCH SWINGS AND FURNITURE M Furniture iTi ill A ill ii 1 - - - ' J ' ' : Done Right' .KING Undertaking CREEXHILL Sunday School was well attended at Macedonia Sunday. School began at Bethel Monday with Harlan McCoy as teacher. There i were thirty scholars enrolled. ' Mr. and Mrs. Poode Morlan and daughter Ruth visited at George Mar but's Sunday. Church was well attended at. Am hart Sunday. i Mrs. Rumbaugh visited at Clyde Davis' Sunday afternoon. There Is to be a pie supper at Arn hart Saturday night. S. A. Davis took a load of wheat to Monett Monday. The Freewill Baptist Association will begin at Macedonia on Thursday night before the First Sunday in next month and will last until Sunday night. Delegates from different places will be present. Let everyone come and take a part in the work. Miss Opal Davis visited her cousins Misses Mable and Eida Marbut Sat urday night and Sunday and attended Church at Amhart. John Bertalot and family attended the surprise dinner given at Mr. Balmases' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Asberry Davis and children, Opal and Winiford visited at the home of Ewin Davis Thursday kright. Miss Stella Bertalot who has been working at the Broadway hotel at Monett returned home Monday to start to school. Mrs. Alice Roller called on Mrs. Rumbaugh Wednesday afternoon. Those who visited at Ira Marbut's Sunday were Misses Beryl Terry, Opal Davis, Gladys and Mildred Rol ler, Naomi Roller, Eula Amos and Furlow Gilbert. . Drying apples and canning peaches is the order of the day. 1 suppose everyone is planning to attend the big show at Monett Friday. 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. LIBERTY NEWS SuTif'av srVuvil rvA church were we'ii i . jattended last Sunday. j W. R. Russell who has boon trans i acting business in several of the ; western states for the past few weeks ' I returned home last week. i Mr. and M-s. E. W. Wo rmir.pt on ;and children spent Sunday vrith Mr. ' and Mrs. J. D. Thomas. 1 Mrs John Rausifl and daughter <s ;-Lydia of Jodin are tie guests of Mr. ! and Sirs. W. M. Eausch- Mr;. W. W. Jenkins and Miss ! Beti'ah Matthews spent three days in Eureka Springs. Ark., last week i Lloyd Hc-rbe?t departed Monday for J 'Columbia to enter the University. j . Myrtle Lucille, the seven year old ' daughter of Mrs. Zer.a Mulkey, c;ed j of typhoid fever and inflammatory ; rheumatism at 5 a. rn. Monday, August 23. Funeral services were held at Liberty at 11 a. m. Tuesday, 'conducted by Rev. E. R. Stribling. Interment was made in the Liberty cemetery. W e extena our mpuuy to the bereaved mother and relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Matthews were 'the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Icostley, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jenkins visited relatives in Humansville, last week. Judge and Mrs. D. Winton enter tained at dinner, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Winton and son, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bandy and children, Mr. and Mrs J. E. Mulkey and son, Norman and Miss Beulah Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Browning who had been at Eureka Springs, Ark., for iome time and Chas. Browning, of Tulsa, Okla., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anthony. John Grisson reports the marriage of his daughter Mrs. Effie Shaw to J. E. Dean of Alva, Okla., August 19. Anions' those who Bpent Sunday at Eoaring River were, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Ffctcher and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mulkey, Misses Min nie and Edna Wolf and Carl and Nick Wolf. Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Stribling and B. S. Stribling were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.W. M. Jenkins, Sunday. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the offices of the undersigned dentis " wall be closed every Saturday iftei poon at 1 o'clock until ber M. L. INGRAM, J. P. WOODS, E. W. RUSSEY, R. B. INGRAM. b f When you have tried the rest cou'fl back to the old reliable where your dollar will buy 100 cents worth of groceries. ARMSTRONG & SON. 31tf U. S. Government standard folding war cots, maple frames, heavy khaki covered canvass; folds into small bundle. Price $5.50 at Callaway's. OBITUARY Andrew Thomas Higging Andrew Thomas Higigns was bora in Crawford County, Illinois, Decem ber 18, 1855 and died at Monett, Mis souri August 25, 1919, aged 65 years, 8 months and 7 days. He came with his family to Law rence county, Missouri in 1870, later moving to a farm in Barry county south of Monett. He was married to Miss Martha Montgomery October 29, 1876. They were the parents of nine children, three sons having died. The children surviving the father are Ora E. Hig gins and Oscar Higgins, of Liberty; Mrs. Denver Banks, of Washburn; Mrs. Bert Wormington, Arthur Hig gins and Saunders Higgins, of Monett. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. El len Badgett, of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Lida Wells, of Washington; and three brothers, J. M. Higgins, of Clovis, N. Mex.; Frank Higgins, of Bixby, Okla. and Aleck Higgins, of Wellston, Okla. Funeral services were held at the home at 4 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, August 26, conducted by Rev. Luther Carlin. Interment was made in the Walnut Grove cemetery. A very large crowd of sorrowing relatives and friends attended the funeral. Mr. Higgins was one of our best citizens and will be sadly missed in his community and in the New Site Baptist church, of which he was a faithful member. His death was caused by diabetes and blood poisoning. He injured his liand on a thorn while at work in the harvest field. On acount of his dia betic condition the wound did not heal but. became infected and after several weeks of suffering he passed away. When the baby is suffering the dou ble afflitrtion of hot weather and bow el disorders, the remedy needed is McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It reduces the feverish condition, corrects the stomach and checks looseness of the bowels. Sold by L. D. McKee and Monett Drug Co. WEST LONE HILL A good rain was very much apprec iated by every one. Jim Marbut is making an improve ment on his residence by putting on a new roof. Bill Ellis has moved into Dr. Love land's property which was recently vacated by Henry Eggerman. Jeff Cook is making preparations to move his house further up on the hill and make extensive improvements or, it. There will be singing each Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every one is invited to come. We were sorry to hear of some one ham.'ng several wheat stacks belong ing to Porter Calton. The Barry county song convention will be held next Sunday and also Saturday night, August 30, up Big Pat near the Talbert Mill in the , 1.1 .! grove. tvery one snuuiu o-u-i make it one grand success. ' Drying apples and canning pcachc is the order of the day. Lone Hill school is progressing nicely with Miss Oval Pennell as teacher. Miss Delphine Marbut .'y".:i::tev, Miss Hunt, returned .to Sprit?fie!!, Sunday evening, where they are stud ents at Business college. Worms interfere with the growth of i children. They become thin' pale and sickly. 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. DONT BE A "MOOCHER" It is sometimes said that Monett lacks public spirited men men who will go out of their way to help the town without assurance of personal monetary gain and the charge is just in some respects. Monett has some boosters who are always in the lead in any public enterprise and others sit back, take their efforts as a matter of course and criticise their methods. This is discouraging for the ones who try to accomplish something for the town and handicap them in their work. Monett has now before her an enter prise which means thousands of dol lars to the town the overall factory. The men who are financing it so far are the business men, who are already overburdened with the many demands made uDon "Broadway." We appeal to the railroad men, the retired farm er and business men to come to their assistance in this undertaking and show that all the public spirit is not iin Eroadwav. Give liberally for it is not often that such an opportunity id" ffiven us to bring a substantial ana large business to Monett. Don't be a "moodier," and reap the benefit oi other men's work, without helping outv '.'-: ' ' Two registered English bloodhounds ready to go anywhere. Calls answered day or night. Phone 483, L. E. Kap ler or Ras Matthews. 66tf MURMURS FROM THE PRAIRIE Mrs. Mabel Collar of Kansas City spent last week visiting at the home of F. F. Hultgren. Grandma Collar is much improved and nearly recovered from the violent illness of last week. Noel McCormick and wire now occupy their new house whi.'j Noel erected on the land recently purchased from his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Williams recent ly of Monett are now residents of the Prairie having moved into the Clyde Weisman house just vacated by l .ool McCormick. We are glad to have Loren and Clara with us again. George T. Sidway has returned aftc. an extended visit in Chicago. Elmer Simmons is at Marionvilte, plowing on his grandfathers farm having finished on the home place here. Harmon Williams has bought the small house of the Lundeen place and will soon move it to the Williams 10 just south and will remodel same. When completed it will make a fine little place where he and his wife ex pect to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cornell ate Sun day dinner with the J. D. Tate people and in the afternoon all motored to Monett and watched the airplane at the McCormick field. Mrs. C. H. Jackson and children drove to Pioneer Sunday and spent the day with grandpa and grandma Lawder, returning Sunday night. W. A. Weisman and family and Mr. Wormington's family spent Sunday with Clyde Weisman and family. Jim Beymer who has been at the home of his brother Joe and helped out with the rush of work returned to Joplin Friday. Miss Reynolds of Verona who has been visiting at the F. R. Dummit and J. D. Tate homes returned to her home Sunday evening. Mrs. F. A. Cornell received a mes sage, Monday, from Fairview, South Dakota, stating that her sister was very sick and asked her to come. She iiaiiiuiiiHiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiis! Lucille Dresses 1 I Designed Along the Smart Fall Lines. Don't fail to look over our line of Lucille Fall Dresses in many smart and attractive styles. SOMETHING DIFFERENT Lucille Dresses Coats, Suits, Blouses and Waists JACQUES MILLINERY and Ladies Ready To Wear Boys! l Get That Today Just ppn rtnncT? srrrnnr. sunrs FOR Gulick 's CLOTHING left Monday night. i- Guy G. Carr of Oklahoma is spend ing a few days at home with, his; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Carr. He and his sister Gladys attended Union Sunday1 school Sunday. Miss Elsie Dummit is spending the week with her cousin, Mrs. Herbert 1 Bass just northeast of Monett. I Dr. Florence Drake Brown has been ' spending the past ' week with her j mother Mrs. Sarah Drake. I Miss Jessie Dummit left Monday jfor Knoxville, Tenn., to resume her school work. Miss Jessie has decided to take up Missionary work. About twenty-four of her Sunday school : associates gathered at her home Sun day evening to spend a social hour together. The time was spent in visit ing and singing, prayer and song service which was very inspiring. All departed for their homes after saying good by and wishing . Jessie success in .her undertaking. Miss Dummit is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Dummit. She is a very bright young lady of exceptional' talent and no doubt will become a. bright and shining light in the Mis sionary world. While we hate to see- I her eo from us, we are all proud to I know she is going forth to spread the Gospel and wish her God Speed. The best aitificial teeth, guaran teed to fit and look well, for $10 a sec The most sanitary crowus and Iridges at prices you can afford. Re member that I cure persons of pyor rhea. Dr. L. West, Dentist, 210 Third street, Monett, Mo. 41-tf FREE SCHOLARSHIP, value $70.00 given away to each purchaser of the combination course, call or write for full pai-ticulars, Aurora Business Col lege. Aurora. Mo. 65tf "Indiana March" Hawaiian guitars reverse side Minnehaha Medley Waltz Hawaiian guitars on Victor record 85 cents. Now in stock at Callaways. 43tf Nifty silk shirts for men and young men at Gulicks. 43tf in : f School Suit Think You can I buy your school suit at 20 per cent saving , $20.00 suits for $16.00 17.50 " " 14.00 15.00, ". . " 12.00 . 12.50 " " 10.00 10.00 " " 8.00 BOYS AND GIRLS SHOES FURNISHINGS niiiiiffiiianiiiciM