THE T,YCT3lTM ENTERTAINMENT AT Till? OPElt IKH sj.' NEXT TrKSDAY NIOIIT WILL UK ONE OF TTTK T.FT OF Tlir TXJTN 10T AITftS TT
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IN I HIS PAPIiR
Foi Bargains in all
lines of merchandise.
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For Bargains, iu all
impc, of merchandise.
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.JAMM.i: Mu TIIIKMY NOVKMIIKH II I'M -J
Vol. l.. Xo. 11.
GREATEST CORN CROP.
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irree to ioua oeauiiTui aoiia tomiori
ir.Kul lfcctl Kiickinjr Chair is mc piece of fuiiiitiiic tor which n nt- have a place. That's win e have ammireil tu jjic tlicv line Uclei-
iiiiiiiii.s ti our ciistoineis. iMiuiii a siippl of rocker mi home is complete.
I hoc rockers uiim oi-eatue rer aim comiori: they arc appropriate lor all loom- aim aro also an atiracnve addition u uie puicn, crauuu mm jhm
liciiitil'nl, comfortalili' and dnralile; strongly maile 1' Stiiuiipuiv Weed, supported liy well seasoned uooil. and linislied with line-it .lapanoe Shellac.
1-uli coiitinuoiis nill arms, well lnaccil, and a -olid reed -eat in basket form. The liack is woven reed, and is lestl'ul and attractive. The stretchers an
,,,tl turned. The chaii are lar'e and roomy, eiitlemen"s size. These chairs sell regularly for sr.."().
Here is the Offer. With every si'."! worth of hhh1h you bin for cash, whether bought at one time, or diilcicnt times, w0 give you one of the--IJhi
k. r tor il.'iO. (fet as many rockers as you ui.-h, one rocker for sl.iU with every &J. yoil tmde.
Hew to Get a Rocker Absolutely Free. If ur cash puivluibw amount to $."ii during twelve- months, that is, $t5 additional e v. ill
..tiiii'l ill'' 1.J0 you haw paid for the rocker, thus givinir ou the rocker absolutely five. lJelnuiiibcT. a rocker will be delivered to you for the -mall
ai nt of sl..r)0 just as soon as you have purcha-ed .l worth of gnoilw for cash, and it will bo optional with you whether you trade the additional :.''
and '.ct the rocker free. The liockers arc now on exhibition at our stole. You are invited to vail and see them and get a punch card. IIae all mi'
.M Im-cs punched on your card. Do all of your trading with us and you will soon lime a rocker for every room. You will ahvas find a choice -lei-.
ti.m l dependable merchandise at our store, and our prices mean a -using to vmi.
n Federal Report Estimates Worth
H of Nation's Principal FarmPro-
ducts at $4,171 134,000.
. iorn crop of ,169,137,000
liu-,hil or iSlr(j2t,030 bushels
r ore than th.- createsl crop of corn
evi r crown in any country of the
rid. :s Hip feature of the C0Un
trj s :i.ot rcmrirkaUtj agricultural
year in history, nccordinx to the
Vivimber crou report of the
E Urntcil States Uepartment of Agn-
Uie icport romplcted the gov
emment's piliminary estimfttt of
the nati n's priiu ipal farm crops.
'Ihs yie-it rrol OI corn was worth
,n X Afinber 1 to farmers Si, 850,
The enormous sum of$4,i7 . .14.-
K oc-- reiuisented the farm value on
1 of the United Stat is
rn. hay, wncat, onts,
BUII DING NOTES.
Farmers Are Adding Substantial
L. A Newlin Killed in Cklahoma
1. . .Newlin, well Known here
Impiovcments to their Places at oi.e tune, hut who has been a
1, !., ,.,r, i,- i. .street car m .torman in Oklahoma
V. ,l,vv., .,,.,. ,,(.,1, WVI. ,-, . . , ., ,
v to go to me ils the Y" "'r cm "T l,asl- w, K,'ea
in laet thev report :., : : . ,
' - 1 iiic 111a 1, 11, :n ri, 'in on,, t. ,u- i
,11 .1U "lit. UV ,,U,I Hkt'J l l.lr- '
fectnc .itch is said to have,
caused l.u acudfnt, but further
p.irtici.l r jre lacking 1
iur. ,j,vlin once owned the
iiluic ti ir Carytuwn tin owind'
n iii 1 usitiess all sumivei
ar 'In i.irmers have btcn
r. 'Is (f Lutlduif;-. tu
i.inging from strnll
1. Ui house? to spl ndid
! ' ar s, besides nn iin-
mt 1 f repair work.
1 wing ate a few notes
' it is now in progress
N Kctnci. 5 miles east, is
1 1 1 .i cocm nouse anu oarn
iti Seidner, 6 miles south
. Khun a good shed to his
Mler Carytown, is build
i , i barn.
y I I'm e. 13 miles n rtluvest,
,11 ln.i; a splendid 8-room
I . 1.. ,!it. 8 miles southeast.
11 m At into a new 9 room
1 !-' nin in, 0 miles east, a 2
iium and jiorchcs.
V. irl, 7 miles cast, is
. .1 nmmodious barn.
1 I Imson. 6 miles sotheast, is
y " 1 rooms to his house.
in 1 of Boston is building
1 dresham 2 i miles east, is
mi ins barn.
tu rson, half a mile south
nldiiig a new barn to his
I .itterson, just south of
'- remodeling his house and
substantially to its con-
n i md comfort.
."lie Serafini, 6 miles west,
ikmi; substantial improvL-
to his house by the adih-
1 ' i" or three rooms
by Allen Ktc. At the time of i-etsiwoiut--his
death his home w.is at I lobar t ' I elp
Okla., and he was a son in law 1 f 7 t X
Chas. Kcrfoot and wife, formerly County Judges-
of this community but now of ,. .
DHt-nnQnl ivnc nlinnf in vautq IvatlVOn
..Id and leaves a wife and daughter ' Prosecuting Attoruc
who reside at liobart He was
buried near liobart on Saturday,
Deceased hud many friends in
the community, and quite a few
rel.it ivts in the county.
Death of Miss Conroy.
Mi's Kathenne Conroy, who re
s'.ir Ltrand Shoes Are Better '
sided in Jasper many ears but -"arnson
lately a resident of Oluthe. Kans , , Ircasurer
died in the latter plate suddenly l' .,
last Sunday morning. The re-' im.vv"
mains were brought here for burial 1 ley10"
and were interred in Mitchell , &urve,'Vrr
Cemeterv Tuesduy morning Rev. H"!!?
Stacy Phillips, pastor of the! n, k"
Christian Church, having charge of , , . ,ui"'
.i. 1 r-i r;.o f v., Trt,.,rM, Administrator-
Miss Conroy was well known to ra rr8 .
the ohlrr residents of this section ' , ?i 'i
and she had many fiiends here. ' &trcK'ani
Miss Conroy was a sister of Ed oner-?
Pnnrov. who lives 11 miles south- nner
cast of Jasper.
Letter From Old Resident.
In a Kttir from f" V Hjlnie-
1 4V a residentot lasp 1 lor many yeats
104 who moved to S ) 1-I1, Texas. .1 fes
i 'months apo he writes of an acci-
I deat which befell him some litr."
i,,l ngtJ. Mr. Holmes many friends
if fi herfc will be interested in hearing
,'j f.om 1 mi through the News und
j ill n gn t h. rr.i' fii tane.
it-,1 Mr I lolu.es siy
io "On the s 71 li df September
3'. while hi id in;.' a !ure I inadvei
5 1 ntlj s'tpped over the check-rein
161 wlH'h la on the ground. The
103 hoife started bick suddenly and
thrw me do mi I sustained a
18 'badly dislo-ated knee and both
no bones w re broki n just bclo.v the
36 joint. I am still confined to ray
Led nnd it is uncertain when I will
ujlget dut During the last week or
56 J ten days the opfincment has been
36 1 telling on my strength, being 50
Want Road Opened.
Thorn is Seal headed a delegation
'o Carthn ;e Mi nday to go before
the County Court in an effort to
have the road on the section line
running west from the schoolhousc
opened to the public. The road is
no.v t pen to a point seen miles
west where it is closed for a mile,
and tr.rce miles farther west it is
closed for half a mile.
This road ought to be openel
potutois, barley, flaxseed, rye and
uui kn heat. W tth the value ot the
gio.Mng cotton irop and the crops
it t In i-.. r.c.and ipples, theag
ui,'ate alue of these principal
um. pi Jut ts will amount well be
( nd S; coo, coo, 000
L'p 1 the prthminaiy estimatts
of pioduction and 1 rices an
nounced the value of the irops fig
ure out as follows
Corn i s;c,7 7 ,coo
0f Hay s4 ij 1 ;,ooo
Wheat 00 $ t. , too
Oats 47'' i'i . too
' Potat' 1 iss sol 00
Barlev 1 :: v4 -00
Flaxsicd -o1',, aco
Rye .4..: ,000
Bu.-kw'.uit .-' -26,000
There was an nuriase in the
1 total value of cacu il tiuse crops.
pense to the owner of the stock is excepting bucknheit. potatoes,
something like 30 or 35 cents for barle and rye The increase
each hog treated. That being o netted -S5 1 5 057, occ over the value
there seems to be lttt ! excuse l x , of last year's crops,
a hog man whj does not insure ! is Recotd crops of corn, potatoes,
stock against cholera The Uni- flaxseed oats, barley, rye and hay
versity nukes no iharge for the were harvested this year. The
services of the veterinary, char?- government's official estimates of
ing onl for the serum used and the value of the various crops and
possibly railroad fare its final estimates of total produc-
Prank King had 48 head of las tion will be announced in Decern-
Poland Chinas treated last week, ber.
and the veterinarian will return in The yield per acre and prodta-
a few days to vaccinate the stock tion of corn, potatoes and tobacco
of T. II B. Bell and J C Stalter m the prin-inal states follow;
VACCINATE YOUR HOGS.
The Expense is a Ttifle and It
Might Save You a Lot
A veterinarian ft 0111 Columbia
University has betn v. ccinrtin,e
hogs in this si' lion the past week
for the prevention if holer.i The
operation in. olve-, lie bin. pic in
lection of anti-cho'era scrum into
the ham 1 f the hog and the ex-
See the great Thanksgiving offer
on another p-igc by for the best
combination we have yet been able
! Sixteen Colts Killed.
1 Sixteen fancy mule colts were
killed at one stroke of lightning on
the James V. Warren place south
of Paris, last 1'riday, says the
Monroe County Appeal. They
1 were part of the bunch of Go Mr.
' Warren had piiUed up at an av
erage of Mio
1 loss at least 1,709
there is no cholera inside ot 10 S'a'e
or is miles of Jasper, and if it can , Illinois
be prevented ft om coming to this ( wa
section it will be far cheaper than , Kansas
to stamp it out after it gets here Missouri
Anyone desiring the services of ebraka
the veterinarian should lotnmuni- , Texas
cat e at once with Mr. King, Mr Oklahoma
Bell or Mr Stalter, so that an or
der can be sent in for more serum
and it is now expected that the I as the university is having trouble
niirl will '.!, I 4,n ..ncaep...... pa? . I ...!! J J
court will take the necessary steps
Mr. Seal was accompanied by
S D. Chandler Hi Hendticks and
Girl's Finger Amputated.
The S year-old daughter of
Elmer Pugh, who lives 0 miles
southwest, jumped from a window
of a shed, Tuesday.the 5th, nnd a
ring worn on the second finger of
one hand caught on the window
frame and literally stripped the
flesh from the ringer. Drs. Knott
and Schooler dressed the wound
Tuesday and Dr. Schooler ampu
tated the finger Thursday, gan
grene having made its appearance.
to keep up with the demand.
An Old Country Fair. e ySk"
The Agi.ua Class 01 the Baptist , Mulligan
Sunday nhool hold a "Country j Wisconsin
hair nt the home of lit. Lear and , Pennsylvania
f....,:i.. ,. 'i...o,i ... .,,.,, 1 ... '.
family on Tuesday evening,
The girls c .u.e wearing calico
docks an '. unhonnets and bring
ing some dainty of their own make
The bo - were dressed in overalls.
JuJges of good tiiste awarded
attractive pnzes. Bright and ex
citing games were played.
All departed nt n lato hour o'e
claring the ' Pair" a suciess.
which niakis hi
were standing under a tree when
1 the flash struck it nnd tore it to
I pieces. Fourteen of them fell in a
1 heap and the other two managed
I to gel several yards away before
I thev died. It was perhaps the
biggest loss of the kind in the
history of the county. There were
only four horse mules in the en
tire bunch and three of these were
The club met Tuesday afternoon
with Mrs. R. E. Hurt, and not
withstanding the unfavorable
weather 13 members responded to
roll call on Colonial Life and Cus
A short time was spent in the
magazine lesson review.
Mrs Pitts read an article on "Ye
Old Whyte Hartc. the most ancient
and interesting of London's inns
Mrs Drake gave a reading on
"The Word of God to Leyden
Miss Fox read a carefully pre
pared outline of the Inter-Colonial
and Revolutionary Wars.
Mrs. Triplett gave a short class
The hostess served dainty re
freshments The next meeting will be with
Mrs. E. L Garst
Tle people of this community
have learned where
to go for
alao a complete
line of everything to be
found in a first-class drug store
High School Notes,
The f ''lowing were absent a day
01 more lust week. Miss Grace
Teeter, Hugh Melton. Joe Edwards.
Rev A K. liurley addressed
the high school Wednesday morn
ing The basket ball team will play
Golden City Friday night. The
girls may play a game tho same
High school visitors last Week
were Miss Phipps, Mary Triplett
nd Nathan Rue.
I The girls basket ball teams are
ordering tl.cir suits this week.
' Sehool was dismused at noon
1 Wednesday on account of the
: funeral of Bert Tallman. son of
I H. L. Tallman one of the school
I directors, and a brother of Harry
TallniRn a high school student.
Like n Big Letter.
J. N. Squicr. n well known for-
tin r resident of Jasper who now
lives at Silver Creek. Xcbr , writes
this iifticj to credit him a dollar for
another year' subscription, and
'he adds- "It i liku a big letter
coming ovtry week."
Card of Thanks.
As it will be impossible for a
number of days, to see those vho
so kindly assisted us in our late
bereavement, wc wish through
these columns to thank you for
your help and kindness
H T. Goodrich and Family.
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