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JASPI2R CITY PAIR
September 17, is, 19
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Ml entrys livo. lleddlritf and itall room
or Steele furnished Ireo by Pair Com-
JASPUI4 CITY fAIW
September 171 18. 10
Kxlul'its f rr .ill (IrpvlmenU mUti'il.
All -nlr)t fn l.nldini; nnd stall room
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And wc want to remind you that we handle the Superior Drill and have them in 8, 10 and 1-J hoe or di-o drills with or
without feitiliier attachments with or without trru seeders The fertilizer attached drills have extra heavy wheels ami all
the very latest iiiipiovuineiit.- out. The Supeiior Drill has been old here for yean and is well and favoiably known to you
and your fi lends. The priceu we ate making on these diills will please you. All we ;tk is a chance to show you. Uemcni
her if you want the best on the market today buy a Superior Drill.
KROZIER HARROWS are the best yet to net your wheat ground ready to see. You can always find them liuiv.
A CAR LOAD OF HENNEY BUGGIES. All tin- latest )les. hiirh Wheels, finished in black and brewster
jjieeii, handsome busies, with good ben ice in them. Call and let us show you the good !oiuts in a llenncy Uuggy.
SPRINGFIELD AND BAIN WAGONS. First qualitj wapitis that alwajh ie sttisfactioii. Another shipment
of Spriuglield Wagons just in.
Conrad Mercantile Company
North Fork Township Sunday
School Convention will Con
vene at Oakton Baptist Church
Saturday, September 21.
1000 Devotional services
10 10 Exercises. Oakton Baptist
10 o The Sunday Schools of Bar
ton County Forty Years
E W Perry
1045 Teachers Training-c
A. C. Mann
u 00 Exercises, Oakton M. E.
1 1 :o Of What Real Relation is
the Teacher to Superin
tendent J. W. Moran, County President
1 ..40 Exercises, Rose Branch Sun
12 00 Basket Dinner.
1 jo Devotional Services
1 40 County and Township Sun
day School Work
A. M. Berry.
. oc Exercises., Diamond Sunday
. 20 Adult Bible Class -
Rev. Cook, of Lamar.
1 50 Up-to-date First Rank Sun
J. M. Thompson, of Lamar.
10 Exercises, Bethel Sunday
i 30 Round Table
Rev W. 0. Thompson. Jasper.
i 50 Report of Committees.
Report of Secretary.
Miss Rudisaitc of Oakton Baptist
Sunday School, Organist
E. C Quillk.v, Sec.
C. M. Buzzard. Prcs.
First National Bank
Just a comparison of ammal statements for the last six
years to illustrate the progress of a growing concern
Total resources, 1U07
Total resources, lHOb
Total resources, lillMI
Total resources, 1910
Total resources, iUli
Wc are Depository for Government Funds
Why Not Yours?
livorybody welcome to our Hanking rooms during
the Jasper City Fair. We strive to please.
Is Wheat Seeding
Revival Meetings Closed.
The union revival meetings
which hae been under wa in the
tent sin:e earl) in August, dosed
Monday night. Mr. McCrucken
the evangelist from Sarcoxic, left
last week having engagement!, at
other places that he could not put
off. The U cal ministers have
been conducting the services since.
The series of meetings have been
of benefit to the community, not
only in the number of conversions
recorded, but in awakening the
church membership of the town
to its duty and in uniting it as it
has never been united before, the
meetings being conducted jointly
by all the churches.
A marked feature of the meet
ings was that of the 40 conver
sions nearly all were adults, most
of them heads of families, and
two or three more than 60 years
Real Estate Transfers.
F. W. Rumble ha traded his
beautiful home on South Main
street, consisting! of 10 teres and
imnrovements. to C. I Awick for
ft t V
a 160 acre farm seven miles north
east of Jasper The Rumble home
is valued at Sgooo and the Awick
farm at $ti 000.
Marsh Deardorff sold the More
land place, one milenortiof town,
to a Mr. Chisler. from Springfield,
last week Mr. Deardorll has
owned this place less than a year.
He has another good farm west of
town, on which he lives Mr.
Chisler will take possession of his
new property in the spring.
B. M. Candidates Will Not Run
burnt ti .is la-t wcei. l ul II H.
drejiti luiididatc lur I ungues on
the Bull Moose ticket, declined to
run He says "fain too old to
get out und make a fight and if I
wasn't as old as I am. I would not
make the fight cither, as I haven't
any ambition along thatline."
And now comes Major J. B
Lloyd, Progressive party nominee
for prosecuting attorney, and he,
too, declines to run, saying in part
as follow s
"It was iiiv privilege as well as
my pleasure to take part in the
recent Repub:iran primaries held
throughout the stite and to vote
at said primaries to secure the
nonunatiun of those I desired to
see nominated for arious offices
For the nomination of sonje 0'
those I was very enthusiastic, and
prior to the primary and since I
have enjoyed and shared the con
fidence of these admired friends of
mine, and I am still anxious to see
them succeed in November and
am thus morally pledged to their
support. Should I acrept the
nominationof prosecuting attorney,
by so doing I oiler myself to the
bosom and bid for the confidence
of all the candidates who are on
the ticket with me. and this my
ideas of fair play and a square
deal, will not let me do.
The county board of equaliza
tion met last week at the county
seat and increased the tax levies
of many Jasper County merchants
and business houses.
The board is composed of the
county court, the county clerk,
the county surveyor and the coun
The local merchants affected aie
Dr. Schooler, increased from
S400 to $500.
Crow Mercantile Co., increased
from $800 to Si coo.
Chandler & Son, increased from
S3400 to S3000.
J. D Harbur, increased from
$1000 to S2000
The board of equalization will
meet again on Monday, September
33. At that time they will hold a
j'oint session with the board of ap
A Question of Policy.
Not infrequently some fellow
with less brains than he ought to
have will do something foolish
and sometimes commit an act of
malicious meanness in this neigh
borhood and somebody comes
ulong and wants to know why wo
don't "write him up." Tliu
trouble about that is that the
newspaper can't do those fellows
iustice without embarrassing an
innocent wife or other relative.
Such matters do not add to the
sum of human Information any
how. and except in aggravated
cases we will pay no attention
Death of S. W.Garrett.
Death claimed another old time
citizen of this community Monda
when Uncle Steve Grrrctt breathed
S. W. Garrett was 77 years old,
a native of Virginia, and had re
sided near Jasper nearly 30 years.
He died Monday morning after an
illness of two weeks of typhoid
and attendant troubles.
Rev. Chas. Edwards, of the M. E.
Church South, preached the funeral
sermon and the temains were laid
to rest in Waters Cemetery Tues
day morning, Jasper Lodge No.
3QS, V. A. A M had eharge of the
services at the grave.
Mr Garrett left a widow and
two sons and one daughter. The
children are. Mrs. R. W. Butler of
CatSltege: and J. L Garrett and
Stephen Garrett, jr , of Jasper.
Mr Garrett was a good Christian
man. a Mason of many years,
and he and ths family have a host
of friends in Jasper and Barton
Counties to whom his death will
be a district shock
The News joins a large circle of
friends in sympathy to the strick
The district supeuntendent of
the Missouri Pacific writes the
mayor that complaints are being
made by trainmen that bos and
young men have a habit of jump
ing the trains and riding to the
outskirts of town, Besides the
fact that this thing is absolutely
senseless and inexcusable, there is
an ordinance forbidding it. and
the City Marshal is authorized to
enforce the ordinance.
The people of this community
have learned where
to go for
also a complete
. line of everything to be
found in a first-class drug store
Praise Jasper People.
Mc-idamcs II. I.. .kt lelland.
H Jobe, N'ann c Preston and
George Howard l.ae n turned
from the Spring River Baptist
ssociation which was held at
Jasper. They speak in highest
terms of the entertainment they
received and say that Jasper peo-
pie know exactly how to treat
strangers Carters ille Record.
supplying as pastor of the Baptist
The New Depot. I Church, has decided to remain
District Superintendent of the, with them for a time, and will
Missouri Pacific Railway camcimoxeto Jasper in a few da.
down from .eada last Friday to The preaching days aro the second
confer with cituens regarding the and fourth Sundnyf. .
location of the proposed new dc 1 The following resolution was
pot. It was decided that the unanimously adopted by the asso
best place to put it. the interests ciation in its closing houis,
of all parties considered, is at a I "To the beloved pastor and his
point one block south of the present brave and faithful little church,
site. Mr. Summers promised to 1 and to the cooperating countrv
send a surveior down in a few I church, Zion, to the beautiful an J
days to lay oh the site. busy little city of Jasper with her
1 cultureJ, courteous and hospitable
To Whom it May Concern. , cjt,zcns' and last of all, to the gen
In as much as there has been ' erous-hearted, open-handed, pleas-
some complaint about some of the , ant-featured, beautiful, benevolent
advertising in the Fair Catalog, I beloved, God-honormg, conse
desire to sav that I did not solicit crated, conscientious, faithful sis-
any ads outside of Jasper. I was
selected bv the committee to havo
charge of the advertising of the , and so bounteously entertained us
Fair, but it sreinb that there were 1 with so much and so many ot the
others who were working the other hnest and best of God's good earth,
towns I iid not know that the be it now,
two brewery ads were going to be Resolved, that this association
printed until the catalog was close this splendid sitting with a
Wind and a great number of special prayer for choicest and ndi
them distributed. I do not rnaki' est of the blessings ot our Gud
this statement to cast any rcllec-, upon them and their interests that
tion on any one else, but I want it 1 we extend to them our most heart
positively known that these two felt thanks for all these kindnesses
ads were published without my j and faors by a rising vote, and
knowledge or consent. Be it further resolved that a
BAPTISTS MEET IN JASPER
One Hundred and Fifty Members
of Association Spend Three
The Spring River Baptist Asso
nation i losed last Friday one of
the most interesting sessions it lias
ccr had. It covered a period of
three days. The introductory sc,r-
unon was by J. D. Chappolle, Cal
vary Church, Joplin, after which
the meeting was called to order by
Moderator P. B. Kinnell of Webb
City Churrh. Quite a large dele
gation of messengers from the va
rious churches were seated. Most
of the churches reported a good
years work. Missionary Hider's
report was encouraging. He will
probably remain in the association
another year. Several state and
other general workers were with
us, and were appreciated. "The
Spring River Baptist," a new four
pjyc paper devoted to the inter
cstb of the association of churches,
was presented to the association.
Alter the usual routine of In si
ness sermons were preached by O.
Parmer, a former pastor of the
ihurch, C. F. Wlutlock. of Jophn
second churrh, and Bilhe Bain f
was superb, many assuring us that
, Jasper could not be beaten in that
, tine. The meeting one year hence
will convene with the Webb City
1 1- - Medeans, who has been
1 tcrs and friends of Jasper and Zion
I churches, who have so willingly
copy of this particular rcsolutu n
be published in the columns of ti o
local papers, so that those faithful
women who have been kept away
from this service by pressing du
ties may by that means know tho
minds and feelings of this body
J. L. CHAPPELLE.
Caro or Thanks.
We, the members of the Baptist
Church at Jasper, wish to citend
our sincere thanks to all who as
sisted us in entertaining the Spring
River Baptist Association, just
held in Jasper. Wc especially w ish
to thank the citizens and members
of other churches who entertained
delegates. Also Rev. John T.
Giveus of Carthage who secured for
of the donation of the coffee from
the Inter-State Coffee Co We
thank Bro. S. S. Nix who made
tlio coffee for us.
We are under osiecial obligation
to tho members of Zion Church
and to the Zion young ladieb who
waited on tables Wc also thank
all who loaned us various needed
Done by order of the Church at
a regular jneeting, September 7,
' CARRIE W. TRIPLETT, Clk
T. W. MEDEARIS. Moderator
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