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JASl'hll. M().. TIU'llSDAY. UCTUBKK 17, l'.H-J.
Vol. IS, No.
Heating; Stoves For Sale
RJi Shot by Fanatic to Avenge Presi-
Xow i- tin- liin.' ti lu tliat new licatt-i.
and at price, to suit all pocketbooks.
uml In iv is tin- lav to get it. V lmvi- a complete sti-k of Wood and Coal Heaters
coal bill-, ehvuhites the air
THE GERMAN HEATER. On,-of the beC)AL I1KATKHS on tin- market today, Keduee:
in room, burns the sinoke, no yas, no boot, warms tin- lloor. See this grunt heating stove at our store.
WILSON IMPROVED WOOD HEATERS. The most satisfactory WOOD IIKATBU on silo anywhere. Clean, uconom-
ical. throws out the most heat on less fuel than any wood heater sold.
m . i.Mi'iiin ii) uh.MVAfr are on sale at our store.
KING BEE AIR BLAST. Has all thu improvements of the
inaiket. feed from the top, easy to regulate, cleanliness in opeiation, and
Heineinber there are many imitations but the (lliNUINIi WIF-
air blast soft coal stoves. One of the best lire kuepui'3 on the
at prices to suit all. Let us show you this air blast heater.
dent McKinley's Death.
E-President Roosevelt v. is
shot in tin ric,lit si ic by a nun
ew'lent'j insane, whose name wa
Jo' n Si liruik, lurinerly from V
Yiik i it. Considering Mr
U )"-eilt's splendid physical con
dition tin- wound is not of seru b
eh ir.ii tiT if the patient can t.i r.
duicil to remain quiet and t.i' c
Ja iC.iri Hi 1iiiiim.11
Conrad Mercantile Company
Northern Grown Potatoes a carload on track now. Special low prices if loaded from car.
Prof. Arthur Cline and Miss
riel Gurley were married Friday
evening at the home of the bride,
Rev A. K Gurley, pastor of
the Presbyterian Church and
father of the bride conducting the
Mi Chne is principal of the Jus
per High School and a young man
who has gained the admiration
and esteem of the people of Jas
per in the twelve months since he
tame hcrelrom Warrensburg.
The bride is the eldest daughter
of Rev and Mrs. A. K. Gurley
and came here about two years
ago with her parents. She is a
young lady of splendid moral and
mental attainments and has won
an enviable pluce in the hearts ol
a large circle of friends in Jasper
The wedding party was com
posed solely of members of the
t.vo families, exiepl Mr. and Mrs
I. H Deardorff, with whom Mr.
Cline makes his home. Mrs. Bry
son frcm Nevada, aunt of Mr
Cline. came down for the wedding,
and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gurley,
from Sarcoxie, brother and sister-in-laA
of the bride, were also in
Mr. Cline and his bride went to
St Louis Friday night to spend a
couple of days with Mr. Cline's
grandmother and uncle, returning
here Monday merning, where Mr.
Cline will continue his work in the
schools and Mrs Cline will con
tinue teaching the Pleasant Hill
si'tmol where she has been engaged
the past month.
The News joins a host of friends
in congratulations and best wishes
tu 'he bride and groom.
Gulick's Big Sale.
Frank Guli k says he will have
the biggest crowd at his Hereford
sale on the sSth that has ever
gathered at a sale in this section.
Mr. GulR'c has just returned
with a s' ring of his best from an
Doing Well, Thank You.
A great deul of wheat is coming
to town, the elevator men pnying
92 cents for it. Corn sells for Oo
to 75 cents, outs at 40 cents, a fat
hog brings Ss.25 arid above per
hundred, and a fat steer Sio or
A Rousing Speech.
Hon O J. Page, from Marion
III., employed by the National Re
publican Committee, made an ad
dress before a large audience at
the opera house last Thursday
night. Threatening weather in-
exhibiiim ttip to various Missouri more per hundred Hay cells forlterfered somewhat with the at-
and Oklahoma fairs, the last being1 Sio and finds a ready market itemiance troni tne country, out
the big fair at Muskogee. His cat-1 Horses and mules bring as high a everyone who heard Mr Page was
tie have been the center ol at- 'price today as the country ever glad to be there. In the first
traction everywhere and he has' witnessed, and in the light of all I place, Mr Page is a most attrac
had many opportunities to sell in- these things it is not surprising tivc speaker, and more than that
dividuals of his show herd, but 'that the agriculturist is very well 1 his explanation of the principles
many of them are cataloged for. satisfied, thank you. He is riding of tariff and protection cardinal
his big sale at Carthage on the ) in tine buggies and autos. using
28th. Cattle breeders fiom many, the very latest and most up to
neighboring states have made ar- j date implements, and ho and his
rangements to be there. 1 family travel from coast to coast
If a man wants Hereford stock! on pleasure bent. And that's
High School Notes.
Ernest ate. entered school
here Monday, adding another to
the Freshman class.
Mr. Cline says the seniors are
dull on Mondays. Why is this
Misses Lena Patterson and Grace
Gulick were high school vi itors
The Freshmen rendeicd a good
'II t sruoiin occurred M011 i.i
exeiiing at Milwaukee aftir Mr
R' smelt an 1 his party had Urn
to suppir and were ontenn, an
autj to ko to the audituii'.ui
wlun lie was to speak.
Mi Roosevelt was ftanuine .ti
the tutu acknowledging the j,iut-in"-(
t tlii crowds in thi .-tint
w n n a man in the crowd m,r ti
aut ' raisid a pistol and fired. 1.
E Martin, Koosevelt's eeutai.
-aw the pistol before the slii ' n
tred .nd pran over the side an I
upon the man as the weapon i'i
charged. Martin ts a jowi-i I
man and Schranck a .small iel! -
of little physical strength, .n 1
was easily disarmed and tun I
over to the police before the 1 1 1
of horror-stricken and m.. 1
men could get to him.
Mr. Roosevelt fell to a -mi
position and almost imnuiia-'
arose and ordered the crow 1- t .
stand bick and not hurt hi- as
sailant. Mr. Roosevelt thin n
with the best blood of the country
in it. this sale of Frank Gulick's,
at the Carthage fair grounds on
the sSth, will be the place to get it
why he will vote for William
Howard Tuft for President.
Damaged by Lightning.
During the storm last Thursday
night the Schooler elevator was
struck by lightning and damaged
to the extent of about $40. The
bolt struck at the top of the gable
at the west end, tearing a big hole
in the shingles, and the west side
of the building and then burned
jits way into a bin of wheat.
List of unclaimed mail for
week ending October 17, 191 2.
Leonard O. Carlisle
Mr. Clair Rice.
GEORGE B. WADE, P. M
principles of the Republican party
w.13 the simplest and most con
vincing that it has been our
pleasure to hear for a long time.
Big Sweet Potatoes.
W. S. Johnson a well-known
and prominent farmer living a few
miles southeast of Jasper, contrib
uted some immense sweet potatoes
to our collection of tine farm pro
ducts this week. Mr Johnson
brought in two sweet potatoes that
weighed nine pounds, one five and
the other four.
Mr. Johnson also brought in
some stalks of corn so tall and the
ears so high that a 6 foot man
can't hang his hat on the first
ear by 10 inches that is. a 6 foot
man is 10 inches too short to do
the trick Mr. Johnson is one of
the best farmers in Jasper County
Editor States Visits Jasper.
Editor States of the Lamur Re
publican SenMnel came down
Thursday afternoon with Hon. O
J Page, the speaker at the Re
publican meeting Thursday night
Mr. States was introduced by the
chairman and made a few pointed
remarks on the political issues and
introduced the speaker of the
We never heard Mr. states be
fore, and he spoke but about 10
minutes, but we are willing to
wager that he can make a rousing
Republican speech himself.
L M. Harriman and wife enter
tained the card club last Friday
night. This gathering was cne of
the most pleasant of the season.
Those present were A. II. Laugh
head and wife, J. A. Cozatt and
wife, 0. E. Roberts and wife. An
derson Lear and wife, W. C.
Thomas and wife, Dr. Geeslin and
wife, and F M. Contad.
TJic refreshments were not the
least of the pleasures of the even
ing and the guests thoroughly en
joyed the hospitality of their host
New Real Estate Firm.
H. J. (Dirk) Deardorff and Dr.
Geeshn, late of Lamar, have
entered a partnership for the
transaction ot a real estate and
collection business. Uii k Dear
dorff needs no introduction to.the
Jasper publij and Dr. Geeslin is
more wide!) known in this section
than we at first supposed, he hav
ing been located at Lamar nearly
seven years past It looks like a
good team and we predict a suc
cessful business career. Deardorff j Mondav morninc.
iv ueesun wm ue louno in oinces
in the Hammond building
program Friday afternoon Among
the good numbers on the program listed on proceeding to thi 1 la
were the debate on "Resolved tha-j 0f nutting to make his -pn
the rudiments of a trade should 1 ati after a i,rit.f examinuh
be introduce 1 into the high school,"
and the duet by Hazel Carter and
Viola Porter, and the story by
The Freshman received their
new basket ball last week.
The extemporaneous debate'
Thursday morning by Estcy Busby
and Bazili Hartley was very in- j
foresting Subject "Resolved that
the dish rag is more beneficial
than the broom "
Mr. Hurt graded a theme ot one
of the Freshmen and marked it
B plus The Freshio was puzzled
and asked if that was a good grade
He said he was afraid it was
worse than bad.
The High School gave Mr. Cline
a grand reception when he and his
bride rettirneil trom St. J-ouis
Boys Corn Show.
The Fourth Annual Jasper Coun
ty Boys' Corn Show opens this
morning (Thursday) at the court
house in Carthage. This ts'a most
commendable enterprise a 11 d
ought to receive the hearty coop
eration and support of all No
entry fees or admission is charged,
and the premium list totals nearly
S700. Everybjdy is invited.
Franklin Smith and W. C. Tay
lor, Progressive candidates for
sheriff and treasurer were in Jas
per Tuesday afternoon.
John Ward Hurt.
Last Friday afternoon
Ward was driung a young
south of town when the horse be
came frightened at an auto and
ran the buggy into a post, break
ing the ftont axle of the buggy
and throwing Mr. Ward out into
the cieck Mr Ward landed on
his back on a stone, breaking three ! nothing
and otherwise bruising him
He will be confined to his
bed a week or more.
his injury he persisted in niakin
his speech, at least in p.nt, aim
which he was more fully can u. '
and cared for and was ukui ;
Chicngo to a hospital, when I e
Little is known of Schran. k 1 -cept
that he is the son of a t .imtr
New York saloon keeper, .111 1
not known to have been impl d
except possibly as an msuur. 1
solicitor. In his pockets mii
found vatious incoherent u t .
partly written in German inwla !
he mentions a dream in w hah '" 1
revealed to him that Mr. Mi Kin
ley was murdered by Mr. Ko
veil and that lie (Schramm j
appointed to avenge Mr M Kin-
A simple case ot mental diso it 1
and an event that might tat
place at any time and in the h
of any public man who conn s in
contact with all classes ot pi. r i
as Mr. Roosevelt does.
The public is almost a unit . ic
country over in expressing h. .rror
at the a't Really politi b l.us
to do Willi the ta
Schranck says he is a Dim. at
and sometimes votes the Repub
The people of this community
have learned where
to go for
also a complete
lino of everything to be
found in a first-class drug store
Deardorff & Geeslin, Real Estate.
The undersigned have organue I
a partnership for the purpose of
handling real estate. We purpese
to rent and sell both farm and city
property. When property is list
ed with us for sale we will spare
no pains to bring buyer and teller
together to the satisfaction of
both parties, and our for rent list
will be carefully looked after. We
invite the patronage of the public
and will endeavor to merit ycur
DEARDORFF & GEESLIN.
Old Fashioned Charivari.
Nearly all of the scholars of the
Jasper schools were out Monday
night to give Prof. Cline and his
bride an old-fashioned charivari.
For the evening Prof. Hurt laid
aside the scholarly dignity ot the
superintendent of the Jasper High
School and entorod heartily into
the fun. Somebody had leaked
information and Prof. Chne was
prepared for the occasion and
passed fruit, candy anJ cigars to
jthe crowd of revellers.