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Pitts the Paint Man.
Loren Bishop of Carthage is tak
ing in the fair.
School books at Pitts'.
Tom Patterson shipped a ca of
hogs Friday to Kansas City.
F. ,M. Conrad spent Sunday and
Monday in Joplin the past week.
Ward & Moulton shipped two
cars of cattle to Kansas City Mon
day. . "Star Brand Shoes Arc Better."
Mrs. C. F. Lyons, from Carter
ville is visiting W. H. Ward and
Fred Gardner from Afton, Okla ,
is taking in the fair and visiting
Call phone No. 7 for fresh fruits
Mrs. Wm. Rice entertained her
aunt, Mrs. Lottie Brown, of Ohio,
L. H. Owen and wife returned
last week from a visit with rela
tives in Indiana.
Gus Lucking and a Mr. Williams,
of Golden City, are assisting the
Porter band this week.
1000 new tablets at Pitts' Drug
Prof. Matthews of Dewey is
with the band this week, and his
cornet is a help indeed.
Mrs. L. E. Pentzler. from Cha
nute, Kans., is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. C. Thomas.
Mrs. Jennie H. Kackley of
Greenfield, is visiting her brother,
J. E. Hull of Blue Star.
See our new line of pretty street
hats, Crow Mercantile Co.
Rex & Grisham shipped 4 loads
of cattle and hogs to Kansas City
from Carytown last week.
Mr. McQuillen will preach at
Blue Star school house next Sun
day morning and evening.
M. L. Arner appeared on the
street Tuesday after an eight
days' siege with poison oak.
Good things to cat and drink at
Masters Bros.' Confectionery.
Mr. Joyce, from about seven
miles north, has a 5,5 pound water
melon in the agricultural display.
. Cowpcas for sale at the Schooler
Miss Alice Bowers, from Carthage,-is
visiting her mother, Mrs.
A. R. Bowers, and viewing the
All kinds of fountain drinks ser
ved at Masters Bros ConfectiDnery
Miss Helen Triplett left Monday
night for West Plains, where she
will visit her sister, Mrs. John R.
A full line of everything for
school at Pitts Drug Store.
Mastin Busby of Kiefer, Okla.,
is visiting his parents and other
relatives and attending the fair
The newest in street hits in our
millinery department. Crow Mer
. Dr. Knott reports the birth of a
boy to Lester Adams and wife,
living four miles northwest, Tues
day the 17th.
- Oh, those old juicy hamburgs
and steaks at Masters Bros. Cun
Mrs. Carrie Rathburn of Lamar
spent a few days the past week
with Wm. Rice and wife and Dr.
Lear and family.
I will pay the highest market
price, in cash, for your cream,
tf T. II. Hammond.
-Eflingcr of Los Angeles,
Cal., spent Sunday with Dell Beam
and family. Mr. Efhnger is Mrs
Our millinery department is
showing the latest designs in street
hats. Crow Mercantile Co.
Allison Lowe and family from
Minden came over Tuesday even
ing and are visiting Mrs, Lowe's
parents, Wm. Rice and wife.
Roy Bowers went to Carthage
Tuesday to consult a specialist re
garding an affection of the ear.
Allen Peterson accompanied hira
John Gresham is showing a 3-ycar-old
bull, a 3-ear-old cow,
and a yearling heifer in tho short-1
corn class that arc attracting j
much attention. J
School Books at Pitts'. I
C. S. Andrews and wife hae the
sympathy of the community in
the loss of their i8-months-old
child, who died Tuesday morning
of summer complaint.
Cowpcas for sale at the Schooler
County Superintendent Moran
and County Secretary Berry, of
Barton County Sunday School As
sociation, visited Blue Star Sun
day school last Sunday.
"Star Brand Shoes Arc Better."
II. L. Tallman and H. Beal
have formed a partnership in the
feed business and arc occupying
the place Mr. Tallman has been
occupying for a long time.
Sec Pitts for school books.
Frank King and Forest Chand
ler went to Carthage, Webb City
and Joplin Friday in the interest
of King & Son's big hog sale,
which takes place the 38th instant
J. W. Crosby and wife of Cor
ridon, Iowa, visited Frank King
and other relatives here last week
Mr. Crosby bought 480 acres of
land 9 miles cast of Lamar while j
If you want cider made, remem
ber I have plenty ol barrels.
F. F. FOLLMER.
Dr. Geeslin and wife from La
mar arc moving to Jasper this
week. Dr. Geeslin is an osteopath
and will occupy the Carter house
now occupied by Dr. Woods and
A beautiful silver loving cup is
on exhibition at Waterbury's. It '
is the trophy given by the Royce
Title and Security Co , of Carthage
to the winner of the boy's annual
corn growing contest at Carthage.
Teachers: Ask Joplin Business i
College for uniform Report Cards
one card good for full year.
Send cents for each 25 wanted.
Songs for opening or entertain
Frank Gulick's Herefords are a
whole show in themselves. Gu
lick has a herd of seven en exhi
bition this year, consisting of a a
year old bull, a ye lrling bull, two
cows, a yearling heifer and a calf.
Hi Hendricks was showing
some seedling apples here this
week that were fine. Mr. Hen
dricks says the tree sprang up in
his yard about 38 years ago and
this j ear he thinks it bore about
The quality of the agricultural
display is highly complimented by
everybody, and the display indi
cates that this section is a strong
competitor of all sections of the
country in a good year,
bering that this has been an ex-
centionallv drv venr tho. flisnl.v is,"? ,U"'K. "w
,. ' '
Frank Keltncr made the News
a pleasant C2II last Saturday and
lad himself credited with a dollar
on subscription. Mr. Keltner
takes about as many papers as
anybody else and keeps them all
paid in advance. He says its no
more trouble for him and a lot
more satisfaction all around.
W. E. Moulton had a couple of
fingers nearly torn off while roping
a cow in his pasture Sunday morn
ing. After roping the animal Mr.
Moulton was pulling in the rope
when the cow ran suddenly catch
ing his fingers between the. rope
and saddle horn. The doctor put
six stitches in the wound and it
will probably keep Mr. Moulton
from working a week or two.
Pitts the Paint Man.
On the road between Jasper and
my Home nortnwest of lasoer.
heavy gold Masonic watch charm.
Liberal reward for return to
tf E. L. LAUDERBAUGH.
Dr. Houser, Veterinarian.
I will be in Jasper everv first
and third Saturdays and am pre -
pared to do all vetcfipary surgery
and dentistry. j-tf
DR. HOUSER, Carthage.
Resolutions of Jasper Lodge, No.
398, A. F. and A. M.
The following resolutions were
adopted by Jasper Lodge at their
Whereas the Supreme Architect
of the Universe has called from
labor to rest our late brother,
Stephen W. Garrett; and
Whereas it is but just that we
recognize the many virtues of our
late brother: Therefore be it
Resolved by Jasper Lodge of
Ancient, Free and Accepted Ma
sons, that while we bow with hum
ble submission to the will of the
Most High, we do not mourn the
less for our brother who has been
called away, and be it
Resolved that by the death of
Stephen W. Garrett wc have lost a
true and faithful member, the fam
ily a loving husband and father,
and the community an honored
and upright citizen; and be it
Resolved that the heartfelt sym
pathy of the members of Jasper
Lodge be extended to his family
in their sad bereavement; and be
Resolved that these resolutions
be spread upon the minutes of the
Lodge, a copy thereof be trans
mitted to the family of the de
ceased and also be published in
The Jasper News.
H. F. PITTS.
T. B. HARDAWAY,
C. L. HAYZLETT.
Fresh Apple Cider.
Will operate my cider mill reg
ularly Wednesdays and Thursdays
or any other day by appointment.
Plenty of barrels on hand. Phone
NTo. 20. 3-tf. F. F. FOLLMER.
Indian Runner Ducks.
Having sold my home, I will
sell at King & Son's sale Septem
ber 28, my entire flock of Indian
Runner Ducks. 02 head of the
Castleberry strain. The greatest
layers on earth
Will also sell
i about 40
White Plymouth Rock
3-at. F. W RUMBLE
Pears For Sale.
D. II, Wampler, 4 miles south
east of Jasper. 3-at.
Icel Icel Icel ,
At Wheat's, the grocer.
. Oh You Men that Bathe! '
We wish to announce to the
public that we have installed an
up to date bath room in connec
tion with the best equipped bar
ber shop in Jasper County.
We invite your inspection.
For Sale Cheap.
Blue Valley Oak heating stove
used last winter.
Ice! Ice! Ice!
At Wheat's, the grocer.
We Sell Ice.
J. E. Carr & Co. will hereafter
ice for sale and will be able
serve their customers at all
The sonc books used in the re
vival services can be bought cheap
!bv annlvinp to Rev. A. K. f.nrlcv
1 There are nearly 100. The book
contains a fine collection of songs
, and hymns and would be just the
thing for some small church.
4Piece Oak Library Set for Only $13.50
Early English Finish
at Our Store
Mrs. J. M. Robbins and Charles
Whitmore went to Carthage last
Monday and were married at the
courthouse. The friends of the
pair were not let into the secret
until the last moment and very
few were aware that the event was
Both Mr and Mrs. Whitmore
have been married before, Mrs.
Whitmore's first husband, J. M.
Robbins, having been dead several
Mr. and Mrs. Whitmore will visit
in Kansas a few days before re
turning to Jasper, where they will
make their home.
Guy Chapman and Miss Alice
Tabler. both of Jasper, were quiet
ly married in Lamar Tuesday of
last week, returning here at once
where they will reside.
Mr Chapman and his bride arc
well known in Jasper and have
the best wishes of many friends.
List of unclaimed letters and
cards for the week ending Septem
ber 19, 1912:
Edwards, Miss L.
Lynbnu, Leoon Yopngh.
Geouoi: B. Wadu, P.
The Piano Contest.
The following is the standing of
the candidates in the piano con
test at Mullen's clothing store
Miss Jessie Johnston
. " Florence Kennedy
" Mary Lawson
" Fern Weston
" Belle Dunning
" Carol Cowherd
" Gladys Ballard
" Edyth Burns
" Addic Barnes
Sec our new line of pretty street
hats. Crow Mcicantile Co.
Ice I Ice! Icel
At Wheat's, the grocer.
Take it to
Wheat and try his
Take it to
Wheat and try his
fine line of
Fall and Winter
and we'iuviteau early
inspection of our
fetoro while our line
All the New Shapes
and Quills, Feathers
and Examine It.
Sir Knight Shoes Fitz Overalls
Nice New Line Outings and
Also Cotton Blankets, different sizes and prices.
Here you get 11 nice
Big Pair Heavy Blankets for 98c.
All my goods are new and fresh you know, and
prices just a little less.
J. Ross Dodd
First in Fine Baking
First in Fuel Saving
First for Durability
They are built with largo
flues, ample fire box, with du
plex grates, copper reservoirs,
plain finish, less nickel trim
Notice to Taxpayers.
I have received a written order
from the County Court to turn
over to the tax attorney the de
linquent personal tax book for
the year 1912, also the delinquent
real estate tax books for 1910 and
prior years. All taxpayers know
ing themselves, by notice, or other
wise, to be delinquent on taxes as
specified in the above order will
save additional costs by making
tettlemcnt of same at once.
5Mt R. M. SLOAN. Collector.
Will start my new hydraultic
cider mill September n, and run
every Tuesday and Wednesday
duriug September and three days
a week after October 1. 2 miles
east and 4 south of Jasper.
1 4t. ARCH RICE.
10040 1 P?3'", jBi !k "VLlI
7770 Mipj1d: 1-iV --
375 JmM'Sori Q
rj - z-
A Full line of Sunshine 1 ratk
ers and takes, salted .nsi
crackers. Loose-Wiles soda
plain graham cracker., Tak
homa bufcuits, ginger snap"
vanilla wafers and Sunshine
Jello ice cream powder, mnk
et tablets for ice cream. iel!o
for delicious disserts.
A few of Heinz delicacies -India
relish, plain ohves.
stuffed olives, olive oil ketch
up, pepper sauce, mustard
dressing, sweet midget ghcr
kins, different kind of pre
serves, tomato soup, sweet
pickles in bulk.
Fresh lot Saratoga Chips
Old fashioned sweet crackers
and full cream cheese.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
For Sale at a Bargain
made by Locomobile Co. of
America, with top, lamps etc.,
in first-class order Just
CARTI1AO.E FOUNDRY and
duardlan's Notice ol Appointment.
Notice U hereby given that the under
signed was on September 4, 191:. P
pointed guardian ol tbe perion md es
tate ol Leslie McCuno. who bos been,
by the Probate Court of Jasper County.
Missouri, adjudged insane and incap
able of managing his affairs. All pe'
sons having claims against tho estate of
said Leslie McUune are horeby notified
and required to exhibit them for allow
nnoo before the Probate Court of Jas
per County, Missouri, within two ear
from the date of this publication, or
they shall be forever barred.
(!. W. MoCUNK, Guardian
riisl publication September U'-3t.