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title: 'The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, October 03, 1912, Image 4',
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The Xews wants correspon
dents in thts following
neighborhoods anil in any
other neighborhoods that
we do not hear from:
Miss Elsie Queen, Clarence Sim
mons, and Mrs. Mitchell are visit
ing Miss Vanch Simmons at Se
dulia and takinR in the state fair.
Howard Matthews and family
leave for Schenectady, N. Y., this
week after a month s visit with
home folks. Howard Matthews
is an electrical engineer for the
General Electrical Company of New
Mr. and Mrs Karls spent Sun
day in Jasper.
Mrs. Estey entertained the
family bunday and Mrs.
Sunday with Charles Simpson and
wife near Maplcgrovc.
A dinner was given at Mike
Iscnman's Sunday in honor of
their daughter, Mrs. C. F Isenman
Some of our young people at
tended tlic party at Walter Mil
ton's Saturday evening.
V. II. Phelps will speak at
lllrintnintirlnlr. crlinnl limtcr rm
'P..-,..!.,., ri.nl.a. a n Clnntn To V I
and Road Laws.
There was a neighborhood
gathering at George Patterson's
Sunday of the friends and rela
tives. All report a fine time.
Mrs. John Schooler and Mrs.
Isenman visited Mrs. Schooler of
Ellis Cearnal and wife have
moved to Jasper.
Several Lynnland farmers arc
planning to attend the Kansas
City stock show next week.
A number from here are attend
ing the circus in Carthage today
Miss Hazel Wood and Mr. Jess
Thompson of Jasper entertained I Kelley took dinner Sunday
them Wednesday. ' Mr. and Sirs. Wm McCune.
Kenny Miller at Carytown is t Miss Nellie I.auderbaugh is
building a new barn. spending this week with Carter-
Miss Creola Patrick reports 13 jville friends,
pupils in the King school and Miss 1 Misses Florence and Nina Mil
Dora Keener reports 36 in the ' ton entertained about ;o guests at
Dewey school. their home Saturday evening at a
Will Lime and wile anil Mr. anu party
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Mrs. Kimberlin started Monday on
an overland trip to the Ozarks.
Mrs. Girton and Miss Ruth Un
dcrhill spent Sunday with Mrs.
J. S. O Wilson is cutting corn
Verlie Wheeler traded a young
mule to J. S. O. Wilson for a 2
ear old driving horse.
Jack Bell bought apples from
Mr. Foster to make cider last
Mrs. Gleason of St. Louis is vis
iting her brother, G. M Magers.
W C Mackcy has purchased a
It is getting colder every day,
we expect Jack Frost soon.
Miss Lillian Magers spent Sun
day with Misses Julia and Bessie
Corwin Powell went to Lamar
to see his girl Saturday and to
attend the fair. ' I
A number from here went to
the fair Saturday. All report the
fair being fine this year. !
The Pleasant Valley school is,
Hoy ihickey caileiJ on Uan and
Will Magers Sunday.
Oct. 14 to 19
We will have one of then'
stows in operation. Conic
in and .see how it woiks
and sit down to the tabic
and eat some of the bak
ing of this wondeiftil
stove. "This proof of the
pudding is the eating
thereof," and we want ym
to have the proof.
Jasper County soft
wheat flour Pea
cock brand fur
nished by Schooler
Grain Co., will be
used in all the bak
ing this week.
There are scores of these grand stoves in this vicinity,
of it. We will abide by his answer.
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Ask. one of the owners what he thinks
Mrs. Moore will visit her mother
Mrs F. Wescot next week, before
leaving for her new home.
Most ot the farmers will finish
up wheat sowing this week.
Their wives are making apple but
ter. The hickory nuts are quite
plentiful in the timber this year
and several parties have gone
John Frake purchased a couple
I of pigs of Mr. Miller near Boston
1 one day last week Guess John
was thinking 'that hog killing
time is coming."
' Bill Hyder, wife and daughter
l Willie spent Sunday at John
Mesdames Walter Earp and J.
R. Hatcher called on Mrs. Job
Miller one afternoon of last week.
Mrs. Willie Smith and baby
I.ouis spent Sunday with Mrs
Drue Sharp. !
Joe Dayringer and wife spent
Sunday away from home. I
Arthur Mevius attended the fair
at Lamar Saturday. ,
Talk about nerve! Well I should
say some people have a plenty,!
especially when they get apple!
Mr. Adams, t miles southwest I
of Blue, has sold his farm to Frc.l '
Cather. Mr. Adams will move
,down near Mcdoc. i
l E Garrclt has been doing some
rarnenter work for Mrs. Davis in'
scnted by ion joung people as I Blue star vicinity. 1
.usual. Those attending this year 1 '
arc, Koy anil veima AiacKcy. win, FARMERS UNIUK.
Dan, and Lillian Magers. Clara, jBck Fn8t has been to visit
Geneva and Kenyon Hubbad. twJ0 or three times.
laze, carter, marina anu uraywn , p ,e are wwr their wJnter
cunis, i.ciauu and L.esicr lian,
Ethyle Harvey. Orville Winder!
E. I. Lauderbaugh has decided
to quit farming and will move to
the Tallman place he bought some
time ago. Next Thursday, begin
ning at 10 a m., he will hold a
public sale two miles wist of Jas
per and will sell all his surplus M
stock and implements, including KJ
t2 head of horses, 12 head of cat ' jj
tic, 38 heid of sheep, 62 head of m
hogs, 13 full-bood Indian Runner
ducks, an d many farm implements
See his ad on page 5.
We Pay Car
Fare to out of
Icel Ice I Icel H
At Wheat's, the grocer. 1
Our Combined Stores give ns unusual purchasing possibilities, and we dem
onstrate these possibilities by the values wo are now offering in our Ready-to-Wear
Millinery and Corset Departments. You can always depend on
styles shown by this store, for we at all times show the Newest Merchandise
at the Lowest Possible Prices. Compare our merchandise with that shown
by others and you will always bo a Ramsay customer. "When in Carthage, make this
store your headquaiters. Courteous treatment at all times.
Frank Zaerr returned home
from his uncle s in Oklahoma last
The Jasper school is well reprc
and Leha Boyd.
Mrs Charles Earl called at '
Keeler's Thursday. . j
Mabel Little spent Wednesday'
night with her sister1aMrs. Fred
. L. Thomas and family enter
tained at dinner Sunday, John
Schooler and wife, Charles Ballard
and wife and Bryan Tiller and
Mrs. Fred Earl and Myra Tiller
were Carthage vtfitors Thursday.
Mrs. Earl spent Thursday night j
with her sister. Mrs. Eli Scott ot
Mrs. Cap Tiller called on Mrs.
Mrs, Will Peterson and two
children and Mrs. Waldren attend
ed church at Jasper Sunday and
visited the former's mother-in-law,
Glen Cartwright and wife spent
Sunday with the latter's parents,
Ed Conroy and wife.
Charley Thomas was seen bring,
ing out a new rubber tire Eagle
A surprise party was given on
Miss Fannio Storbeck Saturday
evening. Refreshments were
served All report a good time.
Emma Dodd spent Saturday
and Sunday with her sister Mrs.
II. N. Covert.
People are wearing their
Ernest Rex and Vernie Ray cut
corn for John Still the first of the
Most of the farmers around here
have their wheat in
Many of our people attended
the Lamar fair last week.
Mr. Fudge from Webb City vis
ited G. H. Redmond and family
Saturday night and Sunday.
Fred Rex and wife took dinner
at Jack Stansberry's Sunday.
Allen Miller and wife had L. H.
Miller and wife, Henry Winder
and wife, and Mrs. Mary Lyman
to dinner last Sunday.
To sacrifice our neighbor
man who helps the town with its
taxes, with its public business,
with its myriad activities for
neighborly righteousness to sac
rifice that man and his business
for the mere sake of saving a dol
lar on the purchase of a hundred
dollar's worth of goods is just as
unpatriotic as it is to spit at the
flag. For the flag, if it means
anything at all it means the gol
den rule; the flag means friendly
burden bearing: it means mutual
l help in trouble; it means standing
It will pay you to see it
Our Showing of Fall Suits, Coats and Furs
is now at its be.st. A brilliant gathering of Fall and Winter Apparel including ever) -thing
that is new, from the plain tailored street garments to the elaborate silk-braided
and button effects. In pievailing Autumn shades such as Blues, Browns, Copeu Red, etc.
Our $15.00 to $25.00
These suits are of character and class,
built upon the highest standard of
style and workmanship. Suits for
street wear, liued throughout with
linest witiii, strictly man tailored and
will not lose their shape, every garment
being mndo of all wool material.
Our $15.00 Coats
Embrace a wonderful line, every coat
new this fall coats for motoring 01
street wear featuring the new belted
back and new cut-away front, oO inches
long or full length, plain tailored,
fsemi-fitting effect, English flaky ma
terial, broadcloth, serges, and novelty
Unmatcliable Values at $15
together against common
William Allen White.
Albert Schell uud family and
William Miller visited Sunday with
II A. Ringer in Barton County.
Mary Curtis 'spent Saturday
and Sunday with home folks. question of "what does single tax
J. F. Curtis and wife visited , really mean?" is "confiscation."
The shortest answer to the
Things You Need
Bestlincof Ilaviland Hand
Painted China ever shown
in Jasper, 10 per cent
discount during fair.
The very lasest designs in
Jewelry and Silverware.
Fancy mantel clock $7 00
Fancy 8-day Seth
Thomas clock 3 50
Alarm clocks from
$1 to Big Ben at 3.50
Watches Just anything
you wnnt at prices you
can't afford to miss.
UYUS TUSTUD PKKIi
1 1 11 . 1
L. T. Waterbury
Jeweler and Optometrist
Emphasises the Exceptional
Character of our Values.
The most gifted designers of Paris ami Xew York
have sent us their most practical and most fashionable
creations. Tlje variety is large. Hats to delight every
fancy and to suit every purse. A large portion of our
Hals are of Velvet, Satin, Heaver and Scratched Felt
There are large, small and medium shapes, in youthful
effects as well as the more staid creations; the trimmings
are in accordance with the new ideas of this Autumn.
In all colors such as Ulack, Navy, Brown, Ked and
Gray with prices ranging from $3.50 to $25.
Qossard and Goodwin Corsets
Tliey Unco In Front
You will be surprised at the difference in a front lace stylo from the back laco corset
They mako the figure youthful and bring out the lines which add charm and distinction
to your gown. They give absolute comfort; refined style and quality. Thi.s depart
ment is in chargo of an expert corsetiere. Special appointments by phone.
They Retail from $3.50 to $8 50.
THE STORE THAT STANDS FOR QUALITY AND RELIABILITY
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The Ruralist and a fine map or McOall's with the News for $1.00.