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JASPER, MO., THURSDAY, .JUNE 0, Wis.
Vol. 14, No. 40
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Deering Mowers and Binders.
Thu trials and teats have proved the true worth
of the Jjcering Mowers and Binder-.. They are
thoroughly inspected and tested before they are
placed on the market. We huvu the exclusive
sale of these celebrated mower and binders for
Jasper, Mo., ami vicinity and we ak yon to call
and see these perfect machines now on display
at our store. Remember the Peering name on
each and every machine stauds for quality
Rldiug and Walking Cultivators.
Cultivators to please every one. Our line con
sists of such well known cultivators as the Dutch
Uncle, (lood Enough, Rest Ever, cultivators
that have been iwed in this vicinity for years and
are all well known to everyone. If you are in
the market for a cultivator, either walking or
riding, let us show you our line.
Standard Binder Twine.
Made by thu J'l) mouth t'oulage Co. Guaran
teed to run perfect and to average about ."00
feet to tin; pound. Our stock of binder twine
ii ver heavy and we ask you to call and make
arrangements for the quantity you think you
will need this sea-on.
WHO HAS THE LUCKY NUMBER?
Ticket No. 7111!) drew the i!er Table Spoons
ltit Saturday. .June 1. Rriug it in and get
The formal announcement of H.
G Tangner, of Carthage, fot the
Republican nomination for sheriff,
appears in this issue.
Mr Tangner, who is known the
county over as Henry Tangner. is ,
perhaps as well known in this sec-'
Hon as any other man in the roun
tj, espicially among the farmers
anil stock men who have lived
lieie any length of time, with
whom he has had business deal
ings from time to time as a slock
bluer and breeder.
Mr Tangner particlpntcd'in the
piin ary campaign four years ago in
the lad for nomination for the
same office he now seeks and made
many friends at that time and
came very near receiving his party's
Conrad Mercantile Company
Items from the Files of April
The graduating class is com
posed of Misses Cynthia Hayncs
and Gertie Ouings and Messrs
J times Lyman, Wesley Spaid,
Claude V.uiDusen, and Homer
Otmr Webb purihi.ud M. L I
Reed's interest in the lianlc of
Jasper this week.
Jacob Frick arrived in Jasper
I Sunday and expects to move his
family here about May i His
Mr. Tajigncr has always been a dau-jhler, Miss Ada, will return
leader in the public affairs of his witi them and take a position in
community, and should he receive Mrs, Boucher's millinery store,
the nomination of his party would Men wore their overcoats and
no doubt exercise the same active t women their furs last week (last
and progressive spirit in the con-1 week in April), but it now looks
duct of his office that has char- j as though winter was over,
acterized his business life. Jasper buyers are paying 65
An exchange has the follow- cents for wheat and considerable
ing to say of the subject of this js being brought in.
'ketch' I Homer 1'itts lias purchased u
"Mr. Tangner went to Carthage ( building at Neck City and will
in 1880 and from a most modest 'open a drug store and racket store
beginning in his business, now i there.
that of n livestock dealer, has Frank Hardenbrook and Wm.
grown to truly remarkable pro- Rjce have patented a gasoline en
portions, due to his own personal ginc aml wil n,anufacture and
attention and efforts. His live-, plaix. them on thc n)arket.
stork business is 15 years old. j Messrs, E)mer Lauderbaugb.
Prior to 1897 he had been succes-i011ie uteris, Tom Hardaway,
sively a blacksmith and farmer. Ross Doill(. an(1 Lee Garst joined
and during of the 30-odd years 1. crowtl at Catlhage for atrip to
which he has spent in this vicinity, uureka Springs.
he has been an active Republican '
contributing generously of his Will Hear Dr. Sheridan
eltorts ana lits suustance, wncn-1 A Dartv of Methodists will
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Superintendent Jasper Schools, who
has been reelected.
Epworth League. Among the
party will be Rev. W. 0 Thomp
son, Allen Peterson and Miss Ethel
Peteison, Miss Nellie Crow, Miss
lies'ie Temphn, Miss Emma Chne,
Mrs. J. R. Bowers and Roy Bow-
iers. and L. Ii. iceterand wile.
ever called for in behalf of his
"At one time he served on the 'elected general
Carthage city council and proved
himself an able, worthy and safe
representative of thc people.
"As a citizen he is valuable to
his community; as a Republican he
is valuable to his party and worthy
of some substantial recognition at
its hand; as a man he has notbeen
found wanting and as an official
he would prove himself of value to
the citizens of Jasper county, who
are vitally interested in seeing thc
office filled by a man of dependa
bility, ol proven integrity or a
courage that is not alone phys'ical,
but is that higher and better
Stamp moral, of ability, of vig
or, of judgment andah-round per
to Joplin this evening to hear Dr.
Wilbur F. Sheridan, the newly
secretary of tlip
Breakfast on Coon Creek.
A tolly crowd went out to Coon
creek last Friday morning and
took their breakfast They left
town about 5 o'clock and returned
about 8. Those invited to" go
were Mrs. Stella Pitts, Ariel and
Ruth Gurley Onia Webb, Myrtle
Dennis, Lizzie Lawson and Pearl
Cunning. Mr. Cline. Rue Webb,
Orman Schooler, and Everett
Peardorlf. They had a fine time
regardjess of the heavy dew.
The following births are reported
(for the week:
By Dr. Knott.
To Dan Johnson and wife, of
Jasper, a girl on May 31.
To Arthur Owensby and wife i
pules northwest of Jasper, a girl on
To James Baird and wife, 1 mile
Iriorthwes!, a girl on the 3d.
To Grant Lemasters aild wife,
iving 7 miles east, a boy on June 5.
By Dr. King
To Clarence Tyler and wife, 16
miles northwest of Jasper, a girl
en May 31.
First National Bank
We invite your patronage
Teachers and Pupils Pleased at
Prospect of Vacation.
List Friday night closed a big
week s work and a good year's
work for thc Jasper schools
Tiit hiu.h school has been busy
with preparations for comment e
nunc thc past month, and the
bwer grades were occupied with
en unnatinns more or less all thc
! T'ic commencement exercises
last Thtnsday night weie witnessed
b a crowded house. The pro
gram was nicely arranged and
'proceeded to the end without a
The music, class prophecy, ora
tions, readings, and valeSictory
by members of the class were all
creditable, and testified to much
preparation and training. The
address by Prof. Mel die r of
Springfield was a strong earnest
plea for cooperation between
teachers and patrons. His address
was enjoyed thoroughly by the
iue L'raduatini! class tins vear
was composed of four young ladies
and seven young men, as follows:
Muses Mary Triplett, Aretha
Baird, Grace Gulick. and Lena
Patterson, and Messrs. Grady
Campbell, Nathan Rice, Guy Webb.
Philip Campbell, Corwin Powell,
Everett Deardorff and Ray Karls.
The Alumni banquet Friday
night was the social event of com
mencctr.cnt week. This year's
class were the guests of honor.
There were probably one half of
thc alumni present, but every
class was represented by at least
two or three members.
The following piogram was
Piano solo, Oma Webb.
Roll call ot class of 1912.
Response, Ray Karls.
Roll call of Alumni,
Address,, Rev. Y. 0. Thompson.
Piano soo, Maude Rico.
Address, Prof, Arthur Cline.
Vocal sola. Myrtle Dennis, Car
thage. Address, Prof. R. E. Hurt.
Piano solo, Grace Teeter.
Music by Orchestra.
Two Missouri Towns "Dry.'1
Richmond voted "dry" Tuesday
in the local option election. The
total vote cast was 933, of which
553 were "dry" and 378 "wet."
Richmond voted "dry'' four years
ago by a majority of 161.
By a vote of 1,447 to 1,138,
Columbia wen.t "dry" Tuesday at
the local option election. The
vote, ,685, is the largest ever
cast at a Columbia election
More than joo students votcn
weiu challenged in the fuurlh ward
at which is the University of Mis.
souri. The ward votod 357 "dry"
and 105 "wet."
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Principal Jasper Schools, who did
not apply for reeled ion.
Married in Joplin.
Charles Teeter and Miss
Cearnal were married in
Mr. Teeter is a son of D. W.
Teeter and wife of Jasper and Miss
Cearnal is a daughter of J. R.
Cearnal and wife, who live out on
Both these young people have
lived in this community practically
all their lives. Their families are
among our best people, and Charlie
and his biide number their friends
among both young and old by thc
They returned to the Cearnal
home in the country last evening
where a wedding supper "was
served to the relatives of both
Mr and Mrs Teeter will make
their home iu Jasper, where Mr.
Teeter is employed with his father
in the furniture and undertaking
The News joins a host of friends
in wishing them
T mi H.irdaW.A u id hrij u
u 11 Hi- kiu'.ien lv) his Inine
Tim dale ui the Uatt'in Crui
t. 1 ur and the Jtisptr Count ij
1 iv been fixe J, and the pri.li
in 11 at. should hi started at n
1 r nur ov.n Jasper City fm
L t Iwgui early and avoid n. 1
tr uM,' later on
Vi-. Grace Ulylhe and two s .11
w1 ' have been isiling I' Ii
Tnplett .uid wife, left laU evimn
tor Wist Plains, Mo, at win
pi in Rev. Mr. lily the is past
th baptist Church. Miss Mi
Triplett nccompaiiel Mrs, lilyth
to West Plains
Miss Birdie Melton returned
Sunday from n isil with telativts
and friends in Independence aivl
Winheld, Kam.. Blackwell, Okl
and other points Miss Mi'lt.
brother Chester from Win'.ela 1
turned with her for a du ti-i
with his mother.
F. W. Rumble eif Jasper has mi
uouueed himself a candidate Rr
the Republican nomination f-r
judge of tho county court lor
eastern district. Judge W. K
Schooler is being asked to allow
his name to bo used as the Demo
cratic candidate for the same
Stacy S. Phillips of Golden City,
Mo., will preach at the Christian
Church next Sunday, June 9, at
n a. m. and 7.30 p. in. The
subject of the morning sermon will
b-i "Being True to Our Visions' ,
evening subject, "Our Mediator "
The members of the church arc
urged t be present, and every one
happiness und is cordially invited to these her-
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