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Pitts the Paint Man.
H. F. Pitts visited Joplin Thurs
day. Armor Plato hosiery nt Crow
Mercantile Co' 5 t(
Call phone N'o. 7 (or fresh fruits
Tom Hnrdhiwiy iinl family vis
ited Carthage Thunday.
Gonl things to eat and drink at
Masters llros.' Confectionery.
Try on one of those Jerseys or
Thermo sweaters at Hat bur's.
Tom Patterson shipped a car of
callle to Kansas City Monday.
Cowpous for sale at the Schooler
All kinds of fountniti drinks ser
ved at Masters Bros Confectionery.
Mrs. J. W. Bower; spent the
day in Carterville last Thursday.
Cowpeas for sale at the Schooler
Let Harbur furnish the outing
and cotton for that new comfort.
Ward & Moulton shipped three
cars of cattle to market Monday.
Armor Plate hosiery for men.
women and children at Crow
Those Toilf Uu Kord and Cot
taye Queen Ginghams at Harbur's
will not fade.
V. H Ward and wife are tak-
111 the state Pair at Sedalia this
Pot Kent Five room house in
nod condition. Inquire at this
Swifts Mont scraps will make
vour hens lay. Sold by J. E.
Carr & Co. 5tf
Fred Hex put in two or three
days at the Bnrton County Pair
We have a complete line of dress
trimmings. J. D. IIARBUR.
I will pay the highest market
price, in cash, for vour cream
tf T. H. Hammond.
Mrs. Knott and Rollins spent
Thursday and Thursday night
See Wheat's window for fresh
fruits new every day. tf
For Sale A nice parlor wood
heating stove, nearly new at St.
James Hotel. it.
Chris Hager attended the Sun
day school convention at Carter
ville last week.
Try Armor Plate hosiery fr
men. women and children at Crovv
Mercantile Co.'s. ctf
Feed Swifts Meat scraps to your
poultry right now during moulting
season. Sold by J E Carr & Co.
W. C. Thomas and P. M. Con
rad took in the Barton County
Pair last Friday.
Swifts Mpat scraps will make
your hens lay. Sold by J. E.
Carr & Co. s-tf
Miss Warner, of Keck City, has
been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Win.
Rice, the past tuo weeks.
Feed Swifts Meat scraps to vour
poultry right now during moulting
scaton. Sold by J. E. Carr & Co.
Mrs. A. II. Laughcad attended
a meeting of the Century Club at
Carthage Monday afternoon.
Miss Blanche Woods, of Rogers,
Ark., visited her brother. Dr.
Woods, Saturday and Sunday.
Forest Chandler and wife and
Joe Deardoff and wife attended
the Barton County Pair Friday.
John W. Spaid attended the
Jasper County Sunday school con
vention at Carterville last week;
Don't buy "unsight unseen."
Let the man who knows show you
all about ranges at our store one
week, October 14 to 10.
SHARP MERC. CO.
J. W. Coop and family are oc
cupying the property recently sold
by R. L. Roberts to Mr. Templin.
John Clouser returned last Fri
day night from a trip through cen
tral Kansas with a thrashing out
fit. Don't forgot the Quality Store
handles all the leading brands.
Set Snuj; Underwear, Gypsy
Hosiery. American Beauty Corsets,
Quoon Quality Shoos.
J. D. HARBUR.
"Star Brand Shoes Are Better."
H. P. Pitts and wife went to
Kansas City Saturday night to
buy holiday goods for the Rcxnll
If vou want cider mule, remem
ber I have plcntv ol barrels.
P.' P. POLLMER.
Ellis Cearna! has accepted a po
sition as clerk with Sharp Mercan
tile Co. We predict that Ellis!
will make good.
Armor Plate hosiery- none bet
ter and few brands as good.
Sif CROW MERCANTILE CO.
Dr. Knott announces the birth
of a l)oy baby Tuesday to Fred
Williams and wife, living 7 miles
north of Jasper.
S8.00 worth of ware will be giv
en away free with every Majestic
range sold at our demonstration
one week only. October 14 to 19.
SHARP MERC. CO.
Mrs. Lucinda Douthit, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Thos. Seal, returned to her home
in Indiana last week.
Spirella Corsets, corset waists,
children's waists and accessories.
For information call Mrs. U. S.
Hatfield, phone 131 D. 4-otx
N. A. Mackey was re-elected as
one of the vice-presidents of the
County Sunday school association
at Carterville last week.
' People who know arc going to
buy a majpstic range during our
demonstration week. You would
too if you knew. Read our big ml
in this paper. SHARP MERC. CO.
Dr. O. M. Stewart, financial
agent of Bethany Hospital at
Kansas City, Ivans., is attending
conference here this week.
Dr. Reser, president of Marion
ville College. Marion villc. Mo., is a
visitor to the M. E. district con
ference now in session here.
Clyde Sharp, of Harwood, who
has been clerking in the Sharp
hardware and implement store,
left last week to attend business
college at Sedalia.
C. V. Crist, district superinten
dent of the M. E. Church, is at
tending district conference here
this week and will preach this
morning at 10 o'clock.
T. W. Medearis, pastor of the
Baptist church, will begin a series
of revival meetings at Zion Church,
six miles east of town, next Sun
day morning. Eveiybody invited
"Uncle John" Walker, from Jop
lin, is mingling with Methodist
preachers and others in the con
ference here this week, A gather
nig of Methodists in this section
would not be considered complete
without his presence.
Yourlneighbor knows his M.ijcs
tie range uses little fuel bakes
perfect heats abundance of water
good and hot and costs practically 1
nothing for repairs. Let us show
you why. Call during our demon -
stration week October 14 to 10
SHARP MERC. CO.
Five room house, out buildings,
good garden spot. $5 a month.
Apply at this ofliic. 5 2t.
Leather rocking chair, set of
dining chairs, two rockers and
MRS. DR. WOODS.
Take it to
Wheat and try his
Ice! Ice! Ice!
At Wheat's, the grocer.
Pitts, the Paint Man.
On the road between Jasper and j
my home northwest of Jasper,
heavy gold Masonic watch charm.
Liberal reward for return to'
tf E. L. LAUDERBAUGH. '
Dr. Houser, -Veterinarian.
I will be in Jasper every first
and third Saturdays and am pre
pared to do all veterinary surgery
and dentistry. a-tf
DR. HOUSER, Carthage.
Fresh Apple Cider.
Will operate my cider mill reg
ularly Wednesdays and Thursdays
or any otner day by appointment. .
Plenty of barrels on hand. Phone I
No. so. ' 3-tf. F, F.JOLLMER.'
Buff Orpington Chickens.
Full blood hens and pullets for
sale, 2 blocks south of Conrad's
store. 4 3t.
MRS. CHAS WHITKSEL.
Blue Ribbon Cockerels For Sale.
A few 'Plymouth Rock cockerels
like my prize winners at the Jasper
I' air, at 75c cacn tins tall. Koute
3, Jasper. $-2.
Mis. L. H. MILLER.
For Sale Some full blood Buff
Rock cockerels. Write or phone.
GUY C. Mc CONNELL. Jasper
Who wants six Buff Leghorn
pullets and a cockerel? Apply at
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The World'c Greatest Slav.
Aesop probably Ib one or tho most
noted r.laves that ever lived. The
fables and Htorlcs he told have de
lighted mankind for tweuly-llve him
dred yearn, and there Is no telling how
much longer the world 'will continue
to enjoy thniS. Aesop was so de
formed that for a long time his Urcel.
master could not cell him. Finally
he was sold, and the master round
htm so vise that he was tet free.
Bf'er Kox Again.
"A fox which M-aH nurd pressed by
the Ksaex t'nlon llouncia entered a
house In High street, Illllericay, r.nri
bolted upstairs Into a bedroom When
found," says I'unch, "he pretended to
be a olf rehearsing 'itcd Hiding
Hood' for n cinematograph Bbow, but
his tale wa cut short."
A Frenchman upon receipt ot a
iveddtng Invitation, was puzzled at the
mysterious letters It. 9. V. P. After
a long deliberation ho finally con
cluded It3 meaning to bo: "Kemember
bo veddlng present," Norman 15.
Mack's National Monthly,
'Star Brand Shoes Are Better."
Ice I Icel Ice I
At Wheat's, the grocer.
Cream 1 Cream! Cream 1
Take it to Wheat and try his
A Full line of Sunshine crack
ers and cakes, salted crispy
crackers, Loose-Wiles sodas,
plain graham crackers, Tak
homa buscuits, ginger snaps,
vanilla wafers and Sunshine
Jello ice cream powder, junk
et tablets for ice cream, jello
for delicious disserts.
A few of Heinz delicacies
India relish, plain olives,
stuffed olives, olive oil. ketch
up, pepper sauce, mustard
dressing, sweet midget gher
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
DO YOU WANT TO SELL
The Piano Contest.
The following is the standing of
the candidates in the piano con
test at Mullen's clothing stoic
Miss Jessie Johnston 3408c
" Mary Law son 45
" Florence Kennedy 16055
" Fern Wtston 5770
' Gladys Ballard 4S
" Belle Dunning 4210
' Carol Cowherd ,?t75
" Edyth Burns 3:20
" Addie Barnes 3180
Make No Excuse.
We can wrest nuecess from nnv
falluro and take from It mucb or the
sttug when wo frankly admit that It
was our fault, anil that wo have no
txeure to efTcr, while ut the samu
time we express our puruou not to
'all In that way again Thu world U
lulck to forgive the mail who (loon not
nsk to be excused. God ran forglvo
us on no other terms; ftud Uod'H Tor
rtlvcnehs la t bo only wuy to assured
victory over failure. Tne Sunda
Take it to
Cream 1 Cream I
Wheat and try his
We are showing a
fine line of
Fall and Winter
and we invite an early
inspection of o u r
store while our line
All the New Shapes
and Quills, Feathers
New Mo. Pac. Time Card.
5.18 a. m.
7.2:1 a. m.
,') 4S p m.
1.00 a. m
10.00 a m.
9..T p m
OIL YOUR HARNESS
At E. Burns'
75 Cents Does It
I am the only one who uses
Pure Neat's Fool Oil
Saves Le of Hoy.
'It seemed that my H.)er.r old boy
would bavu to lnsu li'g, on account
of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad
bruise," wrote D, F. Howard, Aquone,
N. C. ''All remedies and doctor treat
ment failed till wo triud Hucklen'n Ar
nica Halve, and cured him with one
box." Curei burns, boils, nkin t-rup
tions, files. 23 cents ut II. P. Pitts.
Fresh Bread Every Day;
The Stores and Restaurants
Will Handle It.
Ask For " It.
LET ME BAKE YOUR
H. C. HEATON
IKe STOVE UE4T
elusive features to you any time you call.
Curtains, Portieres and Draperies j
for home and decoration, herj one wants them
because they give additional charm and refinement
far in excess of their feinall co-t.
We Hnve Them
fine enough for the richest home and inexpensive
enough for everybody. re are proud of our fee
lection and are anxious to show you.
Curtain Goods .... 15c to 00c per yard
Lace Curtains from -
r .7 nnczMzr'-irrzMzi e
Undertaking calls answered day or night. Jasper, M,
Followers of Fashion
The New Little Johnnie Coats and
Red Norfork Jackets for Misses
Chinchilla Coats with the new Robespeere
Collars for Ladies; also English Walking Coats.
Ladies and Misses Tailor Made Suits in
the predominating color for the season.
Navy Blue, Price $12.50 up.
All shades of Beavers shown in otir Millinery Department
The seasons new creationsthe Colonial effects.
Those who wish to see the new Fall Styles, call at
Colonna Toggery Shop
FEED. MEAL. CHOPS, SHORTS and BRAN' in ex
change for Corn. We will buy your Poultry, Eggs and
Cream, and give you the top market price.
T. H. Hammond
Black Sheep Not Wanted.
Australian wool growers bave been
officially warned by an English cham
ber ot commerce not to breed from
black or etay sheep; to taks the
Kr eaten caro In selecting rams Irom
flock, as free as powlble from black
halrtto slaushter all black and eray
FOR LESS MONeTI
That's the nub of the whole
house heating question I en
you buy a healing stne ou
v-fn.tonc th.it will iMv-ume ti.c
least amount of fuel, g"c out
the greatest amount ut licnt,
hold (ire. prevent the formation
of clinkers "have 11 handsome
clean 1 ut. uell-marteappearatue
aiidhstu life-time, sound and
Then Uuy a Genuine
Round Ojk Stove
'1 ne stove that has made gou i
in everyone if the above fists
for forty years
It defies ll-e miles! -turimti
weather, making the winder mm
warm and comfortable with an
kind of fuel
ine isounci wuk nns nearly ti c
the efluiency of othprs with ,
same amount of fuel ouil
n tice that big saving on your
1 .onthly fuel bill
There are other he.itiii" si .
stoves that have the word .,k
as a part of the name Tin re
is only one genuine Pound u !
stove We handle it and 1,,.
be glad to cxplainits many 1
95c to $6.00 per pair 9
Brands of Flour
Why, the Ideat
"I'm surprised at your glvlns te
aman, tot bedroom I slept In t
relative" sniffed her maiden aunt '
she entered the- breakfast mom. "1"
are?" nnsnered SIw. Randall "W
aunties, Wvo even given that roo
to servants." Life,