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8 Neighborhood News. 8
(m Written by our assistant editors. (
Tin.' Nmvd w ant convspon-
dents in the following
neighborhoods and in any
other neighborhoods that
ue do not ltear from:
KutiK" and talks
And iuniiKln (ito,
At nl-ra l'tldiiy w
Hi- sum nml coma
And bring our girl,
Hut do not tike )our leave
L'ntil jou buy
TIip firpttlfst fl9
That Ih put up on eight
Tim money that you sy for It
Will help tobu allRht.
Will Elting and wife spent Sat
urday at Mrs. Arlo Esley's
Oren Rustcr and Harvey GofTPlayc nenr Malta
caught a big fox Tuesday.
A horse stepped on Tom Flowers' I
foot, and he has been quite lame.
Otto Rotch and wife have a new
son. Mrs Rotch was formerly
Mus Georgia Campbell of Dewey j
Brother Reid "ame out Sunday j
and preached a fine sermon to a
lull chiin.li. Two members were
enrolled and an infant baptized
The young people had n good
meeting in the evening. j
Estey Busby will lead the young I
people next Sunday night. !
Friday night there will be a fine
entertainment at Salem, followed
by a pie supper.
Grandma Goff and Oren Buster
and wife have gone to Barton
County to see Adam Ritchie,
is very sick.
Mr. Carter is building, n new
barn. His old one was burned in
the summer by a stroke ot light
ning. Mrs Bull and her two daughters
from Duenweg are visiting her
father-in law in this neighborhood.
Mrs Christina Bean celebrated
her seventy-sixth birthday at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Dick
Carter, on Sunday. She was well
and enjoyed the day very much.
Those present were: Josh Wood
ard and family, Elsie Bennett,
Henry Wondard. Mrs. Hornback
and son, Pete Galligan and family,
Will Bean and wife, all relatives.
The friends were Mrs. Temple ton
and daughter, Elmer and Ray
mond Foster, Mrs. Ira Bull and
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ceiveo many usetui presents.
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A. W. Schott has a new well.
His father from Carthage did the ,
Miss Lena Patterson is suffer-
ing from a severe cold. 1
Joe Smith left last week to at- (
tend the agricultural college at 1
Columbia, Mo. I
Mrs. Lewis Hcdrick spent Sun-
day with her parents, J. W. Ed
wards and wife.
Dick Patterson is having his
house remodeled and some addi
tion built to it.
Charles Elting and wife and
Walter Moseley spent Sunday at
Several farmers are plowing
since the rain.
Rev. Stacey Phillips, of Golden
City, visited Win. Patterson and
Mr. and Mrs. Schott, of Carthage
were at Bert Schott's Monday.
Homer King, of Carthage, en -
joyed a few days hunting in this
vicinity last week.
Orville Webb has been visiting
his grandparents. Bert Webb and cinity Monday on their way to
wife of Jasper, for several days Pittsburg, where they have a car
Mrs. Wm. Patterson called to 1 load of apples stored.
sec Lena Patterson Monday even-
Mrs. William Patterson
daughter Esther ate dinner at P.
W. Rumble s Saturday. 1
Mrs. Clarey is much improved. 1
She is able to use her limb a little
at present. It will be remember
ed tliat she fe'l and broke her hip
nearly a year ago,
Mis. Will Tallman has been
very sick the past week.
J. W. Edwards and family were
shopping in Carthage Saturday.
Esther Patterson spent Tuesday
night at Ed Davis's.
Mrs. Charles Kiting visited at
Joe Edwards Thursday and Friday.
Messrs. Hill, Andrews, and
Awick purchased apples from Ma
W. C. Mackey lost a fine work
horse last week.
Mr. Hastings and daughter
Catherine called on Magers Mon
day. J. S. 0. Wilson is putting some
new iron gates up at his home
The girls of the Pleasant Valley
school ciphered against the boys
Friday, the girls being victorious.
Mr. and Mis. Foster and daugh
ter visited in Carterville last week
Ernest Mackey spent Sunday
with his uncle and family. W. C.
W. C. Mackey 's house was struck
y "gaming last tuesoay n.giu,
Considerable damage resulting but
no one was hurt-
Ji,n Ett" soId lwo Jsey cows
t0 J0,,n Ward last week.
Fine weather wcare havingnow.
Miss Mossa Grider and her
teacher and her scatmate walked
'rorn Carthage to Dublin Saturday,
land then walked back to Carthage
the same evening about 26 miles.
Mr. Webber was home a few
days las, week. He is preparing
to move back in the near future.
Grant Miller and family, Job
Miller and wife, and Earl Garner
and wife spent the day Sunday at
Mrs. John Armstrong came up
from Joplin last'wetk and is visit
ing relatives north of Dublin.
Mrs. Hull and her sister Mrs.
Kelly caded on Mrs. Armstrong
one day last week.
Mrs. Grant Miller spent the
evening at grandma Armstrong's
Rev. Jerry Clevcnger of Ray-
ville. Mo., was visiting his neices,
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J. R. Hatcher and Mrs.
DrU(J Sharp n C0lple of days ,Mt
wwki Hfc alsQ delivcred two fine
I sermons at
' while here.
I John King
Blue school house
jolm KinB and fnmily
Sunday away from home.
Mrs. McCarty lost another good
milk cow last weeek.
Drue Shaip and family spent
Sunday at the Steven Lucas home.
Ed Onstott was enrolled last
week on our phone line.
Gilbert Keltncr and family
spent Sunday nt the II. C- Cline
Walter Earp and wife were La
mar visitors one day Inst week.
George Lilly and wife spent Fri
day at the Harry Bingham home
Protracted meeting commenced
at Bethel Church Monday night.
Landon Dayringer and family
have moved onto the John Kelt
ner farm northeast of Blue.
Mrs. Walter Earp called on Mrs.
J. R. Hatcher Wednesday after-
' Charley Lilly and Vivian Costley
sold fat cows to John Ward of
'Jasper last week.
Bill Hyder and Sam King of
Blue Star passed through this vi
Amelia, aged three years, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Smirl,
died at her home north of Esrom
last Wednesday, and the little-
body wm laid tp rest in the Kel-
Mrs, Cap Tiller visited her moth
er, Mrs. Thos. Marsh of Jasper,
several days last week.
George Brown and wife visited
Tuesday and Tuesday nigh: with
Isaac Thompson and family.
Dan Johnson and lamily of Jas
per visited Ben Johnson and fami
II M. Marker of Carthage is
spending a week with his daughters,
Mesdamcs Ballatd and Schooler.
Mis. Follmer and son Herbert
visited Mrs. Lowcnstcinnnddaugh
ter Edna at Carthage Thursday and
Allen Buerge purchased a new
buggy last w nek.
J, F Laudenslagernndson Earl,
who have been making an exten
sive trip tluough Iowa, the Dako
tus ami to Washington, D. C, re
turned home Wednesday evening.
They came as far as Rich Hill in the
auto, but on account of the rain
they had to come the rest of the
way on the train. ,
A. L. Thomas and wife visited
Mr Collins and family at Lamar
Saturday and Sunday.
Gladys Ballard is visiting rela
tives in Carthage this week.
II. 0. Earl is spending a few days
in Dade county.
Mrs. Clara Brown, of Kingdom
Kans , who has been visiting here
has gone to Purcell. Okla., and
Joplin, accompanied by Miss Jessie
Mrs. Reynolds of Maplcgrovc,
Mrs. Gardner of Liberty, Mrs N. A.
Mackey of Jasper, and Mrs. J. F.
Curtis all returned home Sunday
after a couple weeks visit in Hick
Glen Cartwright aud wife visited
Lewis Hartley and wife Saturday
night and Sunday.
Preaching at Zion Sunday morn
ing and evening. Church meeting
Saturday evening. All members
are requested to be present.
John Schooler and family enter
tained at dinner Sunday C. V. Bal
lard and family and H. M. Marker
Mrs. Dean organized the young
ladies class Sunday under the name
of Busy Workers, and the following
officers were elected'
Teacher. Mrs. Dean; President,
Fern Powell; Secretary, Grace Fos
ter; Treasurer, Edna Ballard, En
tertainment committee, Alice Bill
ington, Clura Hubbard, Stella
Thomas, Lillian Magers, Fern
Powell; Visiting committee, Gene
va Hubbqrd, Jessie Johnston, Ora
Foster, Gladys Ballard.
Paul Mackey stayed at J. F.
Curtis's while his mother was in
The following teachers are mak
ing plans to attend thcState Teach
ers Association at Springfield this
week, and thero will be no school
Thursday or Friday: Bloomingdale
Mr. Block; North Star, Miss Fern
Powell ; Summit, Miss Pearl Johnson
Clara and Geneva Hubbard spent
Tuesday night with Ruth Gurlcy
Miss Katie Conroy, formerly of
this neighborhood but of the past
few years of Olathe, Kans., died
very suddenly at her home Sunday
morning about 8 o, clock.
There will be preaching at Leb
anon Sunday at 3 o'clock.
Fred Winter and family and
Emma Winter and children visited
Joe Huber and family Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Lyman visited Leola
Mrs. Lula Haynie from Joplin is
visiting her parents, Jim Tunnel
Mrs Henry Graham returned
home Wednesday after a few days
visit with her son and daughter in
Carterville and she brought her
mother, Mrs. Rogers, home with
Mrs. J. M Rex and daughter
Eugenia visited at Tunnels Sun
Nellie Lane visited Harry Norris
and wife Saturday night.
Several from this neighborhood
attended the pie supper at Mount
Carmel Saturday night.
Willis Bynum is sick at the
home of his mother, Mrs. Van-Deventer.
Too late for tmblicitlon last wet!.
Miss Florence Milton spent last
week with Mrs. Win. Huffman
Griivtl is being hnule I from the .
old Shrrck mine to gravel the mile'
of mail from the Simpson to ' the :
Dryden farms ,
Miss Minnie Claik of Carthage)
visited cousins in this vicinity the ,
last few days, '
Mrs. J Bradford bought two
fine milch cows at the Gulirk a!e
in Carthuge Monday.
Lynnland and Dixie schools will,
each prepare school programs fur j
Miss Hazel Wood has returned:
from Neck City, where she has)
been working. 1
Lynnland rcadeis of the Jasper
News are requested to hand their ,
news items to tin Lynnland cor- j
respondent, Mrs. Clyde Wagner
A much needed cement bridge is
being built over the ravine near j
the C. F. Rex home. J. C Stans- j
berry and Ben Weston arc doing '
the work. .
Mrs A. E. Armstrong received ;
the sad news, on Monday after-;
noon, of the death of her mother, 1
Mrs. Elizabeth Peery, of Gallatin.
Come and hear Rev. J. A. Reid '
preach at Lebanon Church, 3 p. m. I
next Sunday. j
We were sorry to hear of the 1
sudden death of Miss Kate Con-1
roy, whose remains were interred
at the Mitchell Cemetery Tuesday
Mrs O. Z Palmer, of Lockwood.
visited the Misses Armstrong Fit
day and Saturday.
Charles Stansberry and wife
visited J. C Stansberry and fami
Miss Bona Redmond spent Sat
urday night and Sunday at the
home of her brother, William Red
mond, in Jasper.
R. P Lane and wife visited
Sunday with their son, William
Lane and family.
Charles Stansberry has recently
painted his house.
Mrs. John Cams is yet in very
Miss Nellie Lane visited Satur
day and Sunday with Mrs. Harry
Mrs. Lyman, is having lumber
hauled for the purpose of building
A number of relatives of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Graham met at
their home Monday evening to
visit and partake of oyster soup.
Miss Althca Armstrong spent
Monday night at the home of her
brother, A. E. Armstrong.
Road graders are busy on the
section line one mile north of Leb
anon Church, while other work
I men are putting in a cement cul
I vert near the Charles Woodrow
i home, and Mr. Fred Strieker is
j busy with a force of men rebuild
ing the approaches to the
over Coon Creek, south
Fannie Ray's place
work go on.
Frank Cline and wife spent a
few days in Carthage last week vis
Preaching Saturday night and
Sunday morning was well attended
Rev Mr. Jones was well pleaspd
with the progress being made at
Mr. Berrihill's children arc again
at school having been absent a
week because of sickness.
Bro. Dick of Medoc attended the
quarterly meeting here.
Tom Wood and family and Will
Lyman and family arrived home
from Arkansas last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gulick were Jasper
iom wamiow is nauimg lumber 1
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tot some new porches. He is plan-
ning to give a general remodeling to
the home in which he lives.
Mrs. Clinton Rand was baptized
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Saturday morning at the North
Fork ford by Rev. Mr. Jones of ,
Mr. and Mrs Dennison were Dia
mond visitors Sunday.
They are planning to work the
road this week two miles south of
CAPITA I, - - - -SURPLUS
II. Tiller, President
R. L. Robot ts, Vice President
N. II. Patterson, Cashier
J. N. Marsh, Ass't Cashier
3 interest paid
Your account solicited, no matter
how large or small
Diamond. We are glad to know of
it. for some of our roads certainly
do need working before bad w'eath
er sets in.
Corn gathering is in progress now
but it will be no great task as most
corn is very light.
Rev. Jerry Clevcnger' held serv
ices at Blue last Wednesday and
Thursday night, he was greatly
welcomed by his friends in and
near Blue. He is a great power
for good and we appreciated his
presence with us again. Many of
his Diamond friends attended the
J. F. Gulick did some butchering
Mary Katherine Yates was born
near D.inlap, Peoria County, III ,
April 5, 1863, and died Monday,
November 4, 10,12, at the horn; ot
her daughter, Mrs. Mary M. Shif
lett, 9 miles northeast of Jasper.
Her parents moved to Iowa and
later to Peoria, 111., where she was
united in marriage to Henry T.
'"ooflriih September 4. 1SS4. To
this union were born two children.
Mary M. and Henry R. Goodrich.
Mrs. Goodrich united with the
M. E. Church in early life and con
tinued a faithful and earnest work
er in the same, taking an active
part in the Sunday school and
church work as long as her health
permitted She never lost her
interest in the work of the church,
and when in later life failing health
presented her attendance she was
there in spirit and prayer.
She was a kind and loving wife
'and mother, always ready to sac
, rifice herself for the comfort of her
1 loved ones.
! There survive her, besides her
l..ct.n.l nml n. n.l .1 n . .!. 4 .
auu suit uuu Maulini,
, her parents, James P. Yates and
i wjfe , ier brother. Harrv
Let the good, Yates, of Pekin. III., and her sis
'ter, Mrs. Jennie U. Brown of Ra
pid City. S. Dak.
All persons indebted to the Burg-ncr-Bowman
Lumber Co. are re
quested to make arrangements to
pay their accounts during the
months of November. After
November 15 interest from date of
purchase will be charged on ac
counts of more than 60 days old.
JY GOOD, Manager.
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