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THE JASPER NEWS
ARTHUR K. DRAKE, I'ubllshor.
JASl'ER, ,- MISSOURI,
Entered at tho I'ostoflici) at Jasper, i
Mo. as Hflcond class matter. 8etetn-'
bcr 21, 1808.
On Vrar fl.00
flix montlis 00
Single coplos 05
A POINTED COMPARISON.
Let mo bo a littlo kinder;
Let mo be S little blinder
To the faults of tboso about me.
Let mo pralso a littlo more;
let ma be, wben I nm woarj,
Just a Utile bit moro cheery.
Let mo ei va a llltlu better
Those tint I am driving for.
Let mo bo a littlo braver
Wben temptation bids mo waer.
Let mo strio a littlo harder
I To bo all that I should bo.
Farm Home In Missouri Like ' Let me bo a littlo meeker
Paradise, Says Canadian. I w,lh ""' ljro" ti"t ' weaker;
-. iui'awimn uiuru ui in upiuuur
Ana n littlo less of me.
) T.I.t triit l.rt n lit. In a., .tuina
family and bought a farm, w tiles . Mnl(0 my ,.. Ut compet(.r)
a long letter in last Sunday's Knn- uy doing what I should do
sas City Star.
After recounting the many dis
advantages the Canadian farmer
faces the long cold winters, sum
mer frosts, sparsely settled roun
try with neighbors, towns and
markets widely separated, he said:
"Now ever since IJiavc been in
the Northwest farmers trom the
States have been coming in and
settling all around me, and I
learned from them a good deal
about this country down here.
At first I did not believe all 1
heard, for I could not believe it
possible that a man would sell a
farm in a land where crops never
failed, where the summers
Every minute of tho day.
Let mo toil, without complaining,
Not a humble task disdaining;
Let mo faco tho eummons'calmly
When death beckons me away.
Detroit Kreo Press.
1 Does It Make a Difference.
A printer and a business man
were discussing the candidates for
President when the printer thought
lessly said: "It don't make much
difference to you and me who is
elected, docs it?" 'i don't knoa
about that," said the business
man. "What were you doing
are i during the last Democratic admin-
long and delightful, where autumn istrationf" The printer had to 3d-
is one long Indian summer, 'tn.it that he was at that time
where stock might stay out all j spending much of his time, along
winter, where the land is well, with many other workingmen,
watered and timbered, where rail walking the streets of St Louis
roads are handy and markets looking for work, and perhaps it
close, where neighbors are thick might make a good deal of dif
ly settled and towns close together, I ference to him who was elected,
where grapes, peaches, pears, Many other workingmen are go
water melons and other fruits grew : ing to look at the matter in the
in abundance and where corn grow same light when they cast their
and yields forty bushels to the (ballots this fall
acre I could not believe it pos- I
sible that a man would sell his'Investieatire Campaign Funds.
tarm in that sort ot a country ana
come to bleak Northwest Canada
and pay almost as much an acre
for a 'arm there.
"So, when in August a farmer
from Missouri came along and of-1
fcred me a good price for my land
I sold it to him quickly, along
with all my stock and implements
and I, my wife and three children
took the first train to go to Winni
peg and from there to Kansas City.
We located in a boarding house
here and I went out to look for a
"In the last three weeks I have
tiavelcd pretty much all over
Western Missouri and what I have
found has been a revelation to me.
"And the farms' In all of Wes
tern Canada there is not a farming
community as rich as Nodaway
County. I found that I could buy
a farm in Boone or Cooper or
Howard counties for the same
price per acre that I sold my farm
on the bleak Canadian prairie,
eighteen miles irom a railroad.
"I selected a farm in Boone
County and took my wife down to
look at it and she fell in lovo with
it. I paid only $6o an acre for it,
and it is better land than can be
bought anywhere in Canada for
twice the money I am only five
miles from the "railroad station; a
little farther from a good town
nnil nnt mitnli fnrtlipr 1mm till HIV
:......:.. :t.. r rvt... .,!,:-. .i.i, Nine different communities in as
JVCiOILJ IUJ Ul WUIUIIIUHIi "liviv
I expect to sen.1 my two boys tor many .amcrenr, counties receiveu
Now is the Time to Buy
OUR STOCK COVERS THE USUAL
Wo Offer Sensible Styles
Before you spend One Dollar for autumn clothes Nit
tlie i'XL'lttsii Ladies Bwulyto-Wear Millinery Shop.
Wi'tuv fully picpnted for tin- nwh of this fall swi
'on. You w ill witness the largest stock thai has
ever been shown. If you h:ic neer dealt with ui
we ask you to investigate our value- now.
Ladies' and Misses' Man-Tailored Suits
New Long Coats with Robespeere Collars
The bebt values that hae cut been olfei'ed.
Democratic Candidate for Associate Judge
of the liUMtcrn District
CARTHAUli, MO., tt.K.D. 7
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $ 2,000.00
T. II. Tiller, President
R. L. Kobetts, Vice President
N. 11. Patterson, Cashier
J. N. Mnrsh, Ass't Cashier
." Yo interest paid on time deposits
Your account solicited, no matter
how large or small
J. I'. Morgan, the New York
financier, testified last week be
fore the Clapp investigating com
mittee, which is seeking informa
tion as to the source of previous
campaign funds, that he had con
tributed several hundred thousand
to Republican camp'aign funds in
the past, regarding which he said:
"I want it distinctly under
stood," said Morgan, "that Morgan
&Co. never made a single subscrip
tion to uny election with promises
or expectation of return
"We never made a subscription
unless we thought it for the best
interests of the government and
' We never had communiction
from any candidate; we never had
the application from any candi
date. The only interest we had
was in the welfare of the public.
We never asked any commit
ment; we never expected any te
turns and we never got any."
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Five Leading Brands of Flour
Plii; D. MEAL, CHOI'S. SHORTS an 1 IiRAN" in ex
change foi Corn. We w til bu jour Poultry, Eggs and
Cream, and give you the top market price.
;j,' a u i The Only Harness
f-?7T s Wj" chnn :t
Shoo in lasper 1
Jfc. - T
.' ' w i That Makes all
; , .
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the Harness it
7TZ , OOfl-frO1
Just Try It.
Sn about iluflig good to somebody;
put on jour bat, and bo lslt the sick
and tho poor; Inquire Into their wants
and minister to them Seek out tho
desolate and oppressed I hare often
tried this medicine, and always find It
tho best antidote Tor a heavy heart.
An Agricultural Course at Home.
Last year 645 Missouri farmers
took a five day course in agricnl
ture without leaving their homes.
an agricultural course. We have
good neighbors all around us;
they have already welcomed us,
and no better people can be found
anywhere. Our house is better
than tl?e one we had in Canada
and there is all the timber on the
place we need for fuel.
''My wife, who had spent so
many lonely days in our prairie
home, walked out In our orchard
and looked at the boughs bending
with red fruit, and then she stood
in the doorway of our new home
and looked out over the billowing
fields to the fields and houses of
our neighbors close by and all
around us, she put herarms around
my neck and wept on my shoulder
and then she looked out through
the haze of the balmy Indian sum
mer that we had never seen
but had heard so much of and she
said: "This is paradise at last.
William A. Ptffcr, one time
Populist Senator from Kansas,
died at his home in Topeka Mon
day morning at the age of 80 years.
the benefit ot these courses. They
are knewn as branch short courses
in agriculture and are given under
the direction of the Missouri Col
lege of Agriculture by members of
its regular staff. Probably no en
terprise of tho college has ever
been received with groater cnthu
siam. Every community which
had a -course last winter wants it
The College of Agriculture is
prepared to give a much larger
number of branch short courses
tjiis fall and winter than was pos
sible a year ago. Every commun
ity in the stato has an equal op-
. 7 1 portunity to secure one. Instead
Dciore , . : . ., .
Missouri has ict.344 nut
of hundreds there should be
thousands of Missouri farmers get
ting the benefit of these five-day
courses. Prompt action is neces
sary. Late applicants are likely
to find a full schedule with every
date filled. This is one of the
finest opportunities that has come
the way of Missouri farmers in a
long time. Write to the College
ing trees, Vemon County leading of Agriculture, Columbia, Mo., for
with 5,170, and Barry is third , full particulars. Other conditions
with 3.067. Asa nut producing . . , ai)ncntion, ;n be
1 me lore !j.j . u. i i, ,om.
Wliaiublbuilt M VtUI,t IIIVJT IbUVII
state. Missouri stands in
among the states of the Union.
Private Ralph Victor Bobbetl,
whose father hyes in Nevada, this
state, was ope of four United
States Marines who were killed in
Nicaragua last Saturday In an en
gagement between United States
Marines and Nicaraguan rebels.
Dr. Houser, ye(erinarian.
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.
It will pay you to see it
DON'T FORGET THE
Call for it, at your grocers.
SCHOOLER GRAIN CO.
Agents in Jasper.
Life should consist quite as much ot
helping as ot acquiring-.
Fresh Bread Every Day
The Stores and Restaurants
Will Handle It,
Ask Pop It.
LET ME BAKE YOUR
H. C. HEATON
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