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s Neighborhood News, s See iifeat Majesnc
(4 Written by our assistant editors.
at work at Sha
The News wants correspon-
dents in the following-
noighboi hoods and in any
otlior neighborhoods that
wo do not hoar from:
wife visited home
I nkl SeUor and
t folks Sunday
W. II Duckett purchased o
mare and mule from Chas Mo re.
I Alta Armstrong is attending the
Dade County Fair at I.otkwood
I Chas. Moore had the misfortune
I to lose one of his horses last week.
Mrs. C F. Iscnman left Monday
for Oklahoma where she will visit
several weeks before returning to
her home in California. ,
ale Lorder lias resigned his
bchool at Rising Sun for a position
in college at Toplin. Georce
Campbell has accepted the school
for the term. I
Alice Curtis visited over Sunday t
with home folks and returned to
Barton County Tuesday.
Leah Arner of Hlut: neighbor-1
hood Mstted from Friday till Mon
day with Lillian Magcrs.
Airs, uye Sunderland visited her
The new minister, Rev J. A.
Reid, will prcacli at Salem nest
Sunday. Everybody come out
and give him a hearty welcome.
Tht young jwople hold their ser
vices before the preaching seivico
in the evening. Be suit; and come
Tom Flower and family spent
Sunday with Homer King in Car
Clarence Simmons has returned;
home from Seuaha btate rair nnil .mother. Mrs. I'nllnw. Kuml.iv
reports a big time and crowds of J Mrs. pred Powers and little
people. daughter of Jasper visited Will
Mrs. Everett Miller and son of, McClintock's lust week
Carthage spent Saturday and Sun- John Hubbard had the misfor
day with Mrs. Arlo Estey. tunc this week to get hurt while
Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Buster re- getting oil of ahorse. Dr. School
turned home alter a week's visit' er came out and took several
in Barton County with his uncle, stitches in the wound and says it
Adam Richey. will be ten days before he will be
Mrs. Owen of Jasper came out , around,
and helped Mrs. Rice make apple Born to Mr. and Airs. Claud
butter. Mai tin on Thursday, October 3. a
The Ladies Aid Society of Salem 1 baby girl,
met at Mrs. Marcum's Wednesday The- Guddar 1 hay baler baled
Judge Brock and wife spent Sun ' jiay for J. J Schooler this week
day with Mr. Perry Brock. , Luther Motley of Webb City is
Mrs Marcum entertained Sun , visiting his cousin, Earl Keith,
day the Kjtes and Smiths. A few of the neighbors and
Mr. Greenwood has the greenest friends of Wick Gill and daughter
wheat field in town I flattie, went in and took well fill
The Farmer's Union met at jcd baskets and spent the day with
Dewey Thursday night and elected I them Sunday,
officers Mr. Ka'rls, president; Ver n. O. Earl was a Carthage vis
non Matthews, secretary. nor Saturday.
Melvin Rotsch has been on the , Grace and Ora Fos:er spent
sick list. J Sunday at Ficd Canick's.
Mr. Clarence King is gathering , Sylvia Binney spent Saturday
a big crop of ppples. jgilt and Sunday with Myra Til-
Miss Laura Miller was a visitor jjcr.
to the King school T-ittlts Floyd Schell ran a nail in
H. . Sterling and family of i,js (oot Saturday evening.
Duenwcg autoed up Sunday to; Mrs. Jo Powell was taken quite
visit their parents in Sheridan j Sunday,
neighborhood. Mamie Corder visited Sunday
Thelma Breeden is going to the witj, Martha Curtis.
Sheridan school; the Dewey school K. i;arl 0f Berry County has
being too crowded. - conic to spend the winter with his
Mrs. Crenshaw is very sick at uncle. Charley Earl,
the home of her daughter Mrs 1 Charley Thomas was a Golden
Bruffet. . City visitor Thursday.
Oren Buster has gone to Kansas J Rev. T. W. Medcans visited
for medical treatment. 1 Charles Ballard's Sunday.
Mrs. Ella Like has returned to Glen Cartwright and wife spent
Carthage after a visit with her sis-1 Sunday at George Nixon's,
ter, Mrs. Buster. Mr. Cunierof Hickory County
1 has been visiting his neice, Mis J.
BLUE STAR. F. Curtis.
Mr. and Mrs George Gleason of . W,i11. terson and family at
Bethcl took dinner at the home of tended the rally day exercises at
J. H. Coiner on last Sunday. i hc M- ? Church in Jasper Sun-
Mr. McQuillencf Jasper preach- ,iynnd spent; the day in Jasper
ast Sunday at I UIt al -,lon l:v"' nigni mis
weeK. livcryooay come, liana
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Oct. U to 19
Wo will haw one .. t..t.
skne.s in operation. ( oin,.
in nnd hui' how it woiks
and nit down to tin- tab,.
and wit oiiii" of tin- ny.
iiif,' of this uuiidi'iful
stove. 'Tin; proof (,f tin.
imddinj,' is tin- witin-f
inereoi, aim want
to huvu the proof.
Golden Brand Coffee, from
the Inter-State Grocer Co
furnished by R. L Roberts
& Son, Jasper, will be used
in this sale. Its free ; try it.
Jasper County soft
wheat flour Pea
cock brand fur
nisbed by Schooler
Grain Co , will be
used in all the bak
ing this week.
There are scores of these grand stoves in this vicinity; Ask one of the owners what he thinks
of it. We will abide by his answer. $8.00 worth of kitchen utensils freo with every stove in this sale
spent a couple of days last week
at the home of her mother, Mrs
J. M. Kincaid
.James Blevins sold a young
mule coll for S107 50 !a-t week
and he also sold the same mare s
colt last vear for Sno.
Drue Sharp, wife and S"ii spent
Sundav at the Harve Lucas home
Jim urauioro is cuiiing corn '"'IH
Frank Carnes. 1 BJ
Vernie Cloud is on the su-k list j M
J. R Hatcher delivered a IondJ
of hay to Mr. Livingston of Car- j M
thage Saturday. ;
The Bethel Giants went over 10
Naihvillc Saturday and beat the
ball team there in a score of 4 to 8.
The Nashville team will come over
Saturday and try their luck with
the Bethel Giants again
John Kcltner is hauling his
wheat to Jasper.
Mrs. Martin Fogcr and children
of Gary town, spent Sunday with
E. Garrett and lamily
Jess Onstolt and George Arner
are busy in their coal ban)s
Mrs I. W Keltner and children
scent Sundav with the former's
brother, Earl, and wife, north of
We Pay Car
Fare to out of
cd good sermons last Sunday
I lie lilue btur school house
Ernest Knox and wife enter
tained a number of their most in
i timate friends lat Sunday even
mg at their pretty home. Refrcsh
, merits were served The guests
all report a delightful time.
, Several prominent business men
of Alba have secured a lease of
I the Ball Pond for this winter
land are noing to have work don-;
Our Combined Stores give us unusual purchasing posMbilitiet, and w lU'in
onstiate these possibilities by the vnlues we aie now offering in our Ready-to-Wear
Millinery and Corset Departments. You can always depend on
styles shown by this store, for we at nil times show the Newest Merchandise
at tho Lowest Possible Prices. Compare our merclmndNe with that shown
by others nnd you w ill always be a Uamsay customer. When in Carthage, make tin
store your headquarters, pourteous treatment at all times.
Our Showing of Fall Suits, Coats and Furs
is now at its best. A brilliant gathering of Fall and Winter Apparel including cei
thing that is new, from the plain tailored street garments to the elaborate bilk-brnnh-d
ami button effects. In pi evading Autumn shades such as Hlues, Browns, Copen Ued.ft.
Mr. r.i.n.ini.. Tnrr ,n,i w a,, I Ballard led the B Y I U. Sun-
nieces, Olga and Pauline Ely of daV evening. Mrs Peaal R idford
Joplin. spent Saturday.night and ! "Ieadnex Sun jay
bun-Jay at the home of A J. Uaw-1 . .'," ':"'' ',.-.." ", VI.i I so as to make it a great place for
S1' , t- , , , , . , snent Sa'turdav' ninht inil t?nn.HvM hunting ducks. Doubtless all will
Jak.e Kadcrlygave Ins fnends a . P , ffinJlrUIg enjoy an unusual number of holi
party on last Saturday evening d""U?"n "cwinwcK near Uoi d ' thU winter
which was well attended and " ?i "fj Schootel, snpnt aitnA.J Mrs. Chas Wcscott has been dan
good time reported by all present ' .'" L Sn PCnt Sunday Igerously ill the past week, but is
Mrs. P. L. Coiner of Jasper spent 1 .,., , , ;,. . , .reported out of danger at this
''.few days last week.
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Roy MikeSell,S here visiting hisiIs "'".? ' LJ ".' "?
last Sunday at the home of J
Corner and wife
father for a few days before leav
ing for South America where he
goes to seek his fortune.
P. T. Newell was called to Car
thage last Sunday on account of
sickness of a nephew.
There was a party at Mikcsell s
last Tuesday evening. All present
had a good time.
Milt Mikcsell came home on .a
short visit last Sunday, returning
to his work in Kansas on Wednes
day. On the evening of the 20th J
McQuillen will begin a series of
meetings at the school house, to
which the public is invited to come
Mrs. Kelley and Mrs. Onstott.
both of Esrom, look dinner with
Mrs. Hull on last Monday,
Our preacher, Mr. Reid, preach
cd at Lebanon Sunday after Sun
Sunday School t Lebanon will
be at o'tlock hereafter, instead
Apple butler nuking ami cider
making hsulrttn the order of tht
day for the pait week.
Chat. Moore told hti hog and
cattle to Frel Rex last week, as
he is preparing to leave the farm
Norris Crum and witc and Cer 1
I Iscunian's Friday cVenirtg
1 large crowd was preicnt and all
had a good time.
, Mrs. Jim Tunnel of Barton
County visited a couple days with
Mrs. Claud Martin.
Arthur Probert and wife spent
Sunday at E. E Hubbard's.
Otto Goddard and wife of Jas
per took dinner Monday with Cap
Tiller and family
Win. Huffman and wife visited
a. F. W. Wescott's Saturday night.
Jacob Byers and family visiltd
at Preston Sunday.
E. I. Lauderbaugh of J.isper
was in this neighborhood last
Thursday putting up sale bills for
his sale October 10.
Myron Randall and Walter Mil
ton, sons of W. A. Milton and
I wife, have returned from an ex
pended tour of the west and will
spend several days with home
,, , , .. , ' , ' C. E. Scafe and wife and six
Most of the farmers are done children and C R.Smith and wife
sowing wheat in this neighborhood. 1 0f xeck city spent Sunday with
Mrs. G. M. Magers left Sunday Clyde Wagner and family.
wiy ncre sue win 1 Mrs. a,i Stol;cs amf dauehter
and Mis. Chas. Ball and daughter
for Kansas City where she
visit for a few weeks with her sons.
. C. Mackey made a business!
trip to Joplin Saturday.
Leah Arner spent Saturday and
Sunday with Lillian Magers
Mr. McConnell's new house is i
almost finished. '
G. M. Magers lost a fine register j
d hog Sunihy. I
John Welsh hauled wheat to
Jasper last week.
visited in Jasper Saturday evening
Wanted Picture of Roosevelt.
The Xcws art gallery is growing
and was added to this week by
fine likenesses in neat frames of
President Wm II Taft Gov. Wood
row Wilson and Speaker Champ
Clark. We have tried, and failed
so fur, to gel a good picture of
Blue hchuul is progrcwing nLcly Ex-President Koutevclt- Jf some
witn JJr. yorlucs at teacher. 1 kind reader will furnish us one we
John King and wife were Larnar will be glad to frame it and hang
visitors Saturday. it up among our collection of pub-
iuis. , ivjwiuiusun 01 .liuury jic men.
Our $15.00 to $25.00
These suits are of character and class,
built upon the highest standard of
stylo and workmanship. .Suits for
stieet wear, lined throughout with
linest satin, strictly man tailored and
will not lose their shape, every gai ment
being made of all wool material.
Our $15.00 Coats
Jiinbrace a wonderful line, eer) ca
new this fall coats for motoring m
stieet wear featuring the new belted
back and new cut-away front, .r0 inches
long or full length, plain tailored,
semi-fitting effect, linglish link) ma
terial, broadcloth, serges, and novelty
llnmatchable Values at $15
Emphasises tho Exceptional
Character of our Values
The most gifted designers of Paris and New York
have sent us their most practical ami most fashionable
creations. Tho variety is large. Hats to delight every
fancy and to suit every puise. A large portion of our
Hats are of Velvet, Satin, Heaver and Scratched Felt.
There are large, small and medium shapes, in youthful
effects as well as tho more staid creations; tho trimmings
are i nccordanco with tho new ideas of this Autumn.
In all colors such as Black, Navy, Brown, Bed and
Gray with priced ranging from $3. SO to $25.
Qossard and Goodwin Corsets
They Lace In Front
You will be surprised at tho difference in a front laco style from tho back lace corset.
They nmki) the iiguio youthful nnd bring out tho lines which add charm and distinction
to your gown. They give absolute comfort; refined, stylo and puility. This deprut
ment is in charge of an expeit corsetieiu Special appointments by phone.
They Retail from $3.50 to $8.50.
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