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ARTHUR F. DRAKK, ftiblwlier.
.LSIK, .MO., Till RSDAY, MAY-aO, 11U-J.
Yol. 14, Au. l.
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What His Friends Think of His
Race for Congress.
Mr. I'crl D Decker is u catidi
date fur the nomination for Con
gress on the Democratic ticket from
the Fifteenth District He is a
man who is regarded by those who
know him intimately as a man of
strong character aid of extraordi
nary ability. .He is one of the best
orators in the Statu of Missouri in
fact his reputation reaches into
other States. He n not only an
orator, but he is a logical and able
reasoner. lie is a lawyer by pro
fession and ranks among the best
of the active members at the bar.
He isin the prime of lite, being 37
years of age.
Mr. Decker has been a lifelong
Democrat and has always given his
support to the Democratic party.
He is able to advocate the princi
ples of his party, and his friends
believe that if he were elected to
Congress he would win a place for
himself that would reflect ciedit
upon his party and the Filtcenth
The scarcity and the advance in price in many lines of Dry Goods makes our
early purchases very desirable bargains to you.
Staple Dress Goods. While the piiiV o Maple- li
(iood of all kimU me uilvunt-iuL; every day, our curly pnielisi-cH
when the market was at the lowest, makes it possible 1'or 11- to
tell you at price.-that are practically whole.-wleespriei's todaj.
Our staple dry goods department is allowing Iwrgailis in hints;
IJleached ami (.'liblunclu-d Mu-lin, Wide Sheetings Tabic
Linens, Toweling!-, etc. f
Embroideries and Laces. Ilctc wo mo e.u-eptionally
strong. ICinbroideiicM in Swisi, Nainsook and Hamburg all
price-s from oc to $!..)() per ard. Juxt icceived a complete as
sortment of (Tuny laces and" bands to match, botit in white and
Arabian. Ask to see them.
Wash Goods. Our lim- of uasli goods of all kinds never
va so complete as it is now. l.auu-, l)imities, Tij-suerf, Silks,
in fact a complete n-e-oitnient of rnimnu-i' Dress (Jowls from .V
to lUc a yard to make jour selection from.
Just Received, the Now Ratine Dress Goods.
All tin; rage in the cities and the very httot out. Conns hi
white with black border, plain white and solkl tun. Wd ask
you to see this new Undue dress goods.
Shoes and Oxfords. Our line ol Work Shows and Drws
Shoes for both men and women ir- complete. Our Oxford line
for men and women comprise the er latest tiling out ill foot
wear and our pi ices are light. Don't bin a pair of shoes or
Hfords without getting our price-.
Conrad Mercantile Company
Mrs Ilnrry Miller from Jophn
and Miss May S.inford, who ha-.
Mr. Decker is a man of the plain ucen teaching in Carthage, came
people, a man who has had to UP Saturday morning to spend a
make his way in life by his own , couple of days with their parents,
efforts. He is a man of high cdu-' J- M- Sanford and wife. .Mr. Miller
cation and broad learning, all of motored up Sunday evening, his
which he attained by hard work wfe returning with him Monday.
and industry. His reputation is' c t . . ,
,, . . ' . ,. , , ' beven cars of Lamar uod-roads
that of a man clean and honorable 1 , 4 , ,, , ,
uuusiers uioioreci inroiien asper
in his business dealings,
making the right kind of
lie is 1
yesterday morning on the:.- way to
Ir.rtllM 'PL11, ll'nrn fcl. ..,! v. o 1. n 1 f ft
paign, saying nothing derogatory, , ... , .
' ff. . , , . . I dozen unbelievers what a Jasper
of his opponent, and making thci,, r i , i-t 1
, . , , i .1 . .7 County lock road was like. The
kind of a speech that enthuses . ., . , . ,
r, .I.,. -, ' i latter will be occupying the mourn-
Dcmocrats and tends to unite and , . , , , , ., , ,
.. ,, . . i r!ers bench before they set back
strengthen the party, instead of , . , . , ' " ,,.
.. . .? , ', : . . I asking forgiveness for doubting
dividing and weakening it. Heis, . f. a ,
. . .lit , that Jasper County roads arc as
agement lrom all parts of the dis
trict, and his friends believe it ,
would be to the intetest of the
that Jasper County roads arc
good as any others.
A iish peddler from up above
N'evada was in town last week.
Democratic party if he were noir.i-l In his stock were three shovclbill
nated. catfish, the first we ever saw.
Mr. Decker is not the candidate The largest measured about three
of any click or faction, and would feet from tip to tip, the bill being
elicit the enthusiastic support not at least 12 inches long. This fish
only of the younger men of the is said to be almost boneless, but
party, but also of the older men I whether the flesh is as sweet as
who like to fee a man running for other kinds of catfish is questioned 1
Congress who can preach the Dem 'bv those who know.
Kcj.oi ted by Di Knott
To J T Taflner and wife,
miles north, a girl May u.
To G. V. 1'hipps and wife
Jasper, a boy May 23.
To A II. Uurkett and wife,
miles south, a girl May 25.
A Word to the Wise.
The ladies of the. Alpha club
who an- looking after the city
park request that the p..rk scats
be not removed from the park.
Some of them have been taUen
arross the street to the ball ground
and lift there. Theae seats me a
part cf the park property and
should not be taken away.
Members of the Jasper Hi:
School Ahurjm Society will fircjt!
leave their apportionment of the
expenses ot the Alumni banquet
with Uobt. Lane at II. 1'. 1'ittsdrug
THE MAN who takes Ins
ad out a wpek or two
in every four because "this
is no time to advertise" is
fooling himself. The time
to advertise is ALL TUB
TI MB of course, changing
the ad to suit the situation.
ocraticfaith as Mr. Decker preach
Several ladies of the Alpha club
labored hard during the dry windy
Weather last -week making a tennis
court 011 Mrs. Cunning's lawn
They mowed the grass, cut off the
sod with hoes, and then dragged a
heavy roller over it to smooth it
down. In. fact, they worked 'like J
horses, Now, if any man dares to 1
go over there and propose a game,
after nevpr lifting a finger to do ,
the work, ho is uoingto hear some- '
v tn'ng that will burn his ears. '
About 25 young people of the
Presbyterian Sunday school went
out to the North Fork bridge,
northwest of town, 1'riday evening
for a little picnic. They got back
about 1 a. in , happy, tired and
wet through. The big rain caught
them and they tool; shelter in Mr.
Wcscott's barn ducing the heaviest
rain. The patty was chaperoned
by Mcsdames Waterbury and Pitts,
J. K. Sublett & Co , Golden City,
bought 7100 pounds of wool in
Jasper last Thursday. Farmers in
this section arc coming more and
more to realizo the value of a
few sheep on the place, and the
majority now keep flocks of from
25 to loonead.
The Jasper Ramblers., with Arner
and 0. Marsh as the battery and
the High School team, with L.
Goddard and S." Tallman on the
firing line, played, a tie game last
Wednesday evening. They played
fivcinningsfand thescoie was4 to 4
LeeGarstand Anderson Lear are
going about this week each with
his right foot in a bandage. Garst
suys he dropped .an irbn bed on
his toe and Lonr avers that his
chiropodist dug too deeply into
his pet corn. Yes?
Hqracc II. Herr, formerly city
editor of the Kansas City Po t.
'and a magazine writer whose rail
road stories published in the Rail
toad Man's Magazine have mude
him well known throughout the
country, was the guest of W. C
Thomas, of the First National
1 Bank, Tuesday. Mr Thomas and
I Mr. Herr first met in Arizona,
I where they were both in the ser
I viio of the Santa Fe route.
The M B. Church was filled to
the doors Sunday morning during
the bucculaureate exercises. The
sermon by Rev. A. K. Gurley, pas
tor of the Presbyterian church,
was favorably commented on by
many of Ins hearers.
Rev. Mi. Phillips, of Golden
City preached to the Clu.tiun
congregation a cour.le of nights
last week. The Christians aie
looking for a Miccetior for Rev
B. H. Simmons, who left Jasper a
sholt while ago.
Roe Cline was on the street
Tuesday, winch was earlier than
his friends expected to sec him out.
His shoulder and ankle arc still
very lame resulting from falling
from the ladder in his barn last
First National Bank
We invite your pat.
Berries of Finest Quality and
Size Raised Here.
Tin; lower end of Jasper county
is known far and wide as a straw
berry section, and down there they
live right up to their reputation
year after year, .shipping hundreds
of carloads of this fruit in a season
and giving employment to an army
The strawberry liclds begin a
little over 12 miles below Jasper,
ami the land all through that sec
tion is said to be no better for
berry growing than that surround
ing this town, and this opinion is
borne out time and again by the
practical experiments of farmers
in this vicinity John B. Kincaid
and G. A. , McVay are mnrkettng
berries here this week that are the
equal ol any coming, up from bo
luw here. Mr. Kincaid lives three
miles southeast of Jasper and has
three-quarters of an acre in berries.
Saturday he sold S38 worth "and
Monday S50 worth, and at that
time he had hardly got started.
Mr. McVay brought berries in
Monday that weighed more than
an ounce each 15 berriofc td, the
M. Burkclt is also marketing fine
berries this week.
The fact of the matter seems to
be that this section can be made
to equal the Sarcoxie section in
the cultivation of strawberries any
time our people want to make it so.
Don't fail to hear the commence
ment program to be held at the
opera house this evening, 8 o'clock.
The seniors ac in excellent condi
tion and will have a very interest
ing program. The address by
Prof. Melcher will be inspiring to
all who hear it, He is an excellent
speaker and a school man of first
rank. Don't fail to hear him.
The Takas Suspend for Summer.
The Taka Embroidery Club held
their last meeting of the season at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Schooler
last Wednesday afternoon. Mcs
dames W. H. Woods, E. L. Will
iams and C, E. Teeter assisted Mrs.
Schooler in entertaining the club.
In a unique guessing contest Mrs.
Hammond won the first prize and
Mrs. J. N Marsh was given the
Prof C. L, Spatd of Joplin was
in Jasper last week.
Will Help Farmers Build Silos.
The College ot Agriculture nt the.
University of Mibioun has pcrl.ct-
cd plans to help farmers build con
crcte silos The chief dirriculty
which confronts the individual
farmer who wants to build a con
crete silo is the expenie of the
"foims" used in the construction.
If several farmers join m making
the forms it is less expensive. It
costs still less to rent the foims.
The College of Agriculture has
made a limited number of these
forms for building concrete silos
and will rent them to farmers un
der the following conditions.
1. At least three farmers in a
community must apply at one
2. The rental charge will be ten
dollars each when there- are three
farmers, nine dollars each lor five
fanners, and eight dollars each
w iien six or more silos are ron
structed in one community. The
rental must be paid m advance.
,5 The College will send a man
free to help start the construction
ot the first silo, and will pay the
freight on the forms.
If a group of farmers desire to
construct their own forms, plans
and specifications will be furnished
under certain conditions. Under
the latter plan the College will
send a man when possible to holp
start the building of the first silo,
provided his expense!, are jKiid by
Full information regarding this
plan of cooperative silo building
may be had by writing to the Un
iversity of Missouri Dairy Depart
ment. Columbia, Mo.
Lou Pitts is in New York
for a couple of week s stay.
The Jasper High KJ100
Hauouet tomorrow m
IlammtMid hall will be n '
least iuteresting event ! l
menceiuont week. The ore
of the Alumni, Shi. Gertie Hi 1
went to Illinois a few weeks
and mauy other membci- arc
tored aJjout the state ,e 1 t
United States, but those c 1
in Jasper arc unwilling t- t
opportunity pas to get t"
again, as many as pi ibl
celebrate the occasion of t!,t r
graduation and that of the ',1
Odd Feltows Entertain
Tho local I. O. O. F. Luute e
CHi'vud u viitrJet Monday nij,l t
from quite a delegation ci Car
thage Odd Fellows, Iieauc J bv
Wilbur F. Slaring, P.t iji.-u I
Master of the state.
The Carthage boys u-smc i 1
local lodge in their dc re . i.
and made some rous-ui" "
for Odd Fellowship 11 I ,.:
boys showed their appie
serving large quantitie
cream nnd cako.
More than fifty' carloads otsi.t
berries from Southwest Mi un
and Northwest Arkana arr.e 1
in Kansas City last Wc Iik Jay
Thursday and Friday . '1 he ber
ries are the largest and be t ilav
ored yet to reach the local market
They are being handled on spc ul
freight trains, which ara running
from Siloam Springs, Ark., t3 Kan
sas City each night durin-; the
picking season. It is estimated
that 500 cars will reach Kin as
City from this territory within the
next two weeks.
Knowledge and Experience
COUNT INADRUO STORE
If Tlioy Count Anywhoro In tlio World.
Anyway you look at it, it is u suriotib matter
to buy drugs and lut-diciiioa unions you nio rea
sonably sure tho men handling thorn have tho
knowledge of drugs and the exporiunce in
handling them that guarantees safety for your
self and family, If you arc not acquainted
with our store wo refer you to our many cus
tomers in this section, who havo been patrons
of tliis store for yearn, and we will bo satisfied
to stand or fall by their testimony.
"We have a full lino of Fine Toilet Artiules,
Fancy Stationery, Books, Uazois, Silvurwniv,