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Durrien-Bharlna a Duty,
Tha Alarm Clock.
THE JASPER NEWS
ARTHUR P. URAKH, Publisher.
j Asian:, Missouri.
Kntored at tlio 1'iMtuIllvo at Jasir,
Mo., us Hfcondulajj ni.itU'r. Si'iitoru
bor Hi, b'JS
Jne Yoar tl.00
S11 months CO
SIdIo copies 05
Tlic News is authorized to an
nounce the name of
JUDGE JAS. A DAUGHERT Y
as n candidate for rcnomination to
Congress, from the Fifteenth Dis
trict of Missouri, subject to the
Democratic voters in the State pri
The News is authorized to an
nounce the name of
J. W. MEREDITH
,of Carthage, as u candidate for As
sessor of Jasper county, subject to
the action of the Republican party.
The Basis of Our Hope.
The hop'e of immortality is
based upon many foundations, but
if Jesus had not risen from the
dead, if he not won that wonder
ful victory over the grave, the
fond hopes which Christians cherish
1 relating to the futuie life would
' not be as firmly established as
tlieyaro. It is a great help to
our faith to know that Jesus
"tasted death tor every man,"
und said. "I am the resurrection
and the life- he that belicvcth in
Me, though he were dead, yet
shall he live."' It means much
that He who said, "Because I live,
yc shall live also," has indeed
"risen from the dead, and become
the first fruits of them that slept."
Everything with referem-e to
tho future life rests upon Jesus
Christ as far as the Christian is
concerned, for, as Paul said. "If
there be no resurrection of the
dead, then is Christ not risen,"
and, "If in this life only we hope
in Christ, wc arc of all men most
miserable." Again Paul said, "If
the dead rise not, Jesus Christ is
not risen; and if Jesus Christ is
not risen, your faith is vain."
Some Local McNamaras?
Is there somo person in this
county who aspires to the repu
tation gained by the McNamaras?
Is some person trying to break in
to the public print via the dyna
mite route? It would seem so from
the fact that fourteen sticks of
that explosive were found buried
r under the tracks of the Southwest
Missouri Electric Railway at a
point just east of Joplin last Wed
The dynamite was placed in the
gravel just under the rails at a
; place where there is a, double
; track and there were seven sticks
under each track enough to have
blown a street car to fragments
and kill every person' on it 6 "say
nothing of the damage to a near
by bridge. That the murderous
fiend who plotted this destruction
'was not successful is no fault of his
own; something went wrong with
- his plans, but his intent was just the
'same and if he is captured it is
quite likely that the charge of at
tempted wholesale murder win
stand against him. '
Jasper County should join the
electric line company in offering a
reward for the arrest and convic
tion of the person or persons who
attempted this outrage . The
company is not the only one inter
ested in this case it is a case in
which every citizen of the county
should feel a personal interest in
bringing the guilty to justice, for
in a sertsc the life of every person
who travels op -tho electric line
was attacked. Carthago- Pfels
Read the News ad on this V3g.
The Happy Voter,
Oil, luppy is tho voter's lot
Anil halcyon Ma da) 9,
l'or statesmen of renown now ilo
His iusiilii"4 to pr.iisu.
Tliu tribiiUs to hu ucuinuu
Aro beard 011 overy eido,
And nil in all, lie may bo said
To fuel jinl like a Undo.
Oil, and will be the voter's lot
When dies election day.
Ilo won't bo indUpoimblo,
No word t 111 choor his nay.
A mighty comedown it will bo
Whon burets his llectlnu; boom,
And doubtless ho then will eel
Exactly liko the groom.
Oh, costly is tho voter's lot
While four years roll away,
Por tnriiTs, rivers, pensions, thipe,
Ho will bo taxed to pay.
And whon ho digs into his jeans
With grim and bankrupt air
Ilo then will feel oxactly liko
Tho father of the pnir.
-McLouduuryU Wilson in tho Now
In several places about town
will be found notices, written with
pen and ink on ordinary writing
paper and nailed to a telephone
post or some such place; one call
ing tiie attention of the voters of
this school district to the iccetit
school election, and the other is
the notice of the road overseer an
nouncing that it is time to pay
poll laxc. In this day and age
of the world, is that a sensible way
to advertise an election or notify
voters to pay poll taxes? Pifty
years ago, when a man wanted to
sell a few slaves or buy a yoke of
oxen, a notice liku that referred to
was about the only way to ac
complish his purpose, but it is not
so today. The newspaper is the
place for such adverlising?tmd the
only place wherein it catvnecom
plish its purpose.
Baxter is mourning because a
stranger came to that town, made
n big talk, went into big- business,
on credit secured by his sublime
cheek, and pulled out, leaving
debts ranging all the way from Si
to S50. Baxter need not feel so
ashamed, however. A dishonest
cheeky chap with a fancy vest and
a taking way can go into almost
any town and make a haul that
way, when a plain, honest man
would hardly be accorded a lofck
in; and wc suppose another beat
could hit Baxter in a few weeks
and secure the keys to the town
and the pockctbooks of the inhabi
tants Chetopa (Ivans.) Clipper.
And, Brother, had you noticed
what u nice price some traveling
advertising (?) grafter can get out
of your home merchants for a lit
tle card that for advertising value
isn't worth 20 cents a hundred?
And some of these merchants hold
up their hands in horror if you
ask 10 cents an inch in your paper
which goes into the homes and is
read, ads and all, by the whole
The National Democrat, pub
lished at Washington, D. C, has
the following to say of Hon. J. A.
Daughcrty: Congressman James
A. Daugherty of the fifteenth Mis
souri district is one of tho new
members of tho 6and Congress, who
has made his influence felt as an
advocate of economy and progres
sive Democracy. While not an
orator, he is an effective commit
tee worker," and his judgment is
sought by many of his colleauges
who have seen years of service in
tlie lower branch of Congi ess. Mr.
Daughcrty is one of the very fcfa
members of the Committee on
Banking and Currency, who want
ed a special committee appointed
to investigate the Money trust.
Under the plan finally adopted to
investigate that Trust, Mr. Daugh
crty is one of the seven Democrats
charged with that important work.
More men of Mr, Daugherty's
stamp are needed to fill the places
of the flowery and eloquent spell
binders who daily ring the Con
gressional welkin, and look in dk-
niay upon tiic empty seiU about
The announcement of Judge Jas.
A. Daughcrty, asking for rcnomi
nation as candidate for Congress
from this district, .appears in an
other column. The Democratic
press is commending Judge
Dauglu-rty for his fealty to Demo
cratic principles, and on account
of that record and his efforts in
behalf of his district he will, no
doubt, be the choice of his party
at the primary election.
A friend of ours in an eastern
city received n telegram on "All
Fools Day." sent collect. After
ho had paid the boy 30 cents he
read the telegram, as follows:
"April 1, you bonchead."
Science cf Polllict.
Politics Is tb tck-r.co of beeping
' Cvary tailor Klous n lot of protni
Ins young raon. Maw Vork Tribune
Sandstone and Water.
Sandstone will absorb a Gallon or
more of water to tho cubic foot ol
Oh, To) Us!
When cchoola of aviation aro found
ed will thty RwarJ KCfcclurahips?
The Wife' Part.
When a man dac.des to live on his
wits, bis wife eLouM thflualitfully In
rest In a now v.ashlnir uacbise. At
Whalt'a Or.l 8ptd.
The .finback wlioJe 1 called the
"sreybound of tbo tea," Its speed
through tbe water quaU that of the
On of th worst things about cold
weather Is that It eItci every would
be actor a chance to show blmself In
tn overcoat with a fur collar.
A O. Washington Hat
It la said that a woman's hit
which 'urns up In front forces tor to
admit every year of her age." "Then
a woman U llablo to bo turned down
en account of a turnup bat"
H. R. King, H. D.
Office and Residence on South
W. H. KNOTT, H. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answered Day or Night,
OFFICE ON NORTH MAIN BT
W. H. WOODS, Dentist.
Office over Sharp Merc. Co.
V. H. Hendricks, M. D.
Jasper Lodge No. 488
Meets every Monday night. Visiting
brother cordially welcome.
V. A. JOHNSON, N. Q.
O, L. EMBUEE, Hoe.
F. JL KING & SON
Droedora of Die Typo
Poland China Hogs
Young Stock for Sale at All Times
Dealer In the Star Copper Cov
ered Galvanized Steel Center
Largest, heaviest and best conduct
or made, giving a guaranty. Will
also luujdlc Copper Cable. ,jjet
my prices before you buy.
T T. BEERY ;,
3LJ9, ' Carthage, Mo.
Here's A REAL Bargain j
A B I G 1912
TO ALL THE JASPER NEWS READERS
The Missouri Valley Fanner, one year
The Household Alagaziim, one year
(Aboe aro i.v of Aithur Camper beat
publications He has several unJ they
arc all good
. A 4-Page Atlas Alap, 28 by 36 inches,
containing official map of Alissouri, com
plete map of United States and theworld.
The Jasper News, one year
ALL FOR ONE DOLLAR
The oiler is to old subsi-noeis as well as new. Anybody
paying a year in advance gts it all
This is one of the best bargains no have eur ollered our
readers. The map alone is worth Si. 00 in any Missouri
home. Tke Jasper N'ews needs no introduction to the peo
p!e of this vicnity. The Missouri Valley Tanner and the
Household Magazine well, if you arc not already a sub
scriber, you should be
Use This Coupon
Take advantage of this of
ler. Till out tho coupon in
the corner of the ad and
bring it or mail it to the
CAPITAL ...... 10,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS 2,000.00
T. H. Tiller, President
R. L. Roberts, Vice Presidont
N. II. Patterson, Gashior
J. N. Marsh, Ass't Cashier
3 interest paid on timo deposits
Your account solicited, no matter
how large or small
I I I 1 !'! I l-'l-l-"!-frl-
Why not fix up that roof, now?
Or make those now gates?
Build that shed you Have been intending to build? -Now
is the time, while you can't work in the fields.
We have just what you will need for all kinds of
Jay Good, Mgr. for
BURGNER'BOWMN LUMBER CO.
The Bast Yard.
ri4 ! 1 ll-HH-rfr
Jasjier News, Jasiier, Mo.
I cnclobe Inri'WitU gl 00 for
winch ileasnsnd m tlio Jps
per News for ono year, tho
Missouri Valley Farmer for one
)eur, the Housoliold Magoino
for ono )enr and tlio. new, mil!
ollicial ntato map of Missouri,
as twr your olfer
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