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THE JASPER NEWS
AIU'HUK F UKAKK, Publisher
JASI'RK. " "SOUHI.
Entered at tlm lWolhei, ut .Imper,
Mo , as second clasi matter. Septem
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Mink ad says the difference
t ueeii an optimist ami a pessi-
mii' i5a bank accoimt, but our
cpcnence is that a healthy liver'
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I ..s ''iisKierabIo to do with opti-
K.tt-'i.n fount v will have n bill
he war ilaims budget in Con.
e-s i he coming session Harton '
I luntv court house was destroyed
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bvlre during tho war and the
,,rt ,,,11 .irnsc o r1..i.n fnr'lW IDOat bitter lot tObe IKIOr, Wllt-D
u.w ..... ..w.s. ,. v....... .w. t
sioc o or
more against the
I I'ldcnt-clect Wilson is being
s i i'ed in place a woman in the
c - net Suppose there was a
v "- in in the cabinet and impnr
in' md secret business was tak-.
jjarc in cabinet meetings, to
vh m would newspaper reporters
i t ,r information one of the
r n r the woman? One guess,
K ins-is Citv inrher's vife
tlv sued a saloon keener for
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.n-i.-ions inr s inrr ner iiiiRiinnn
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, or after she had asked the ,
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m 1 eepcr not to sell him the
The luty awarded her Stoo,eery dtugstor in Porto llio..." For
n, ir.i.e om i,, i,ci,.i throat nd lumt troubles it has no
tWO ilnnkS Sold llCr llUSb.tnd, ,,.,.. IrKI u.ll mniinm nnf it
u' 1 when the saloon keeper pcr
m tc I in disregarding her warning
sued him aeain and recovered
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cr-ording to the daily press
Senator Stone had a row with a
taxi driver in St. Louis a few days
ago, and is said to have drawn a
knife on the man The honorable
sinat ri'a very pugnacious old
rent'.eman, and recent history re
r I- it least two other like incident-,
in which the senior Scnaioi
t ii Missouri was the star actor
VI. jui three years ago the Senator
'i ked a negro Pullman porter
n a 'tain between Baltimore and
ushiiigton and had to make his
a- I'Curancc in the Baltimore police
rt for it and a little later he
r j I a difference with a St. Louis
, iL dmcr that ended in a row in
w i h the police had a part.
Congtess to Meet Early in April
President elect Wilson has an
m unfed his intention of calling
a spi cidl session of J Congress soon
alter his inauguration, in order to
set at rest all uncertainty as to i he i
p hey regarding the tariff revision. I
N doubt Mr. ilsoti and his
a useis have their plans laid tol
mrry out a well-considered pro (
gr mi, but there is a lot of r.uv ma-
icrul yuing into this Congress and
s 'me if them are ikelv to unset t -
' iso plans.
Mr Wilson makes the following
announcement regarded the extra .
'I sli ill call Congress together in
extrai t. hnar session not later than'
Apul 15 I shall do this not only j
be. aue I think that the pledges of
tbc party ought to be redeemed asj
pr .mptly as possible, but also be
ause I know it to be in the interest'
f bu-incss that all uncertainty a'
t what the pirticular items of tar I
iff revision are to be, should be re i
moved as soon as possible "
The University of Missouri pub
hshes a medical bulletin which
deds with important questions
pertaining to the prevention of dis
eases. This bulletin is written in I
simple non technical language so
Hut any one who desires to read ,
it may understand it. The bulle
tins will be distributed free, upon
request, to the citizens of Missouri.
A permanent mailing list is being
rude Those desiring a copy of
the bulletin should send their
names and addresses to Preventive
Mcdiiine, University of Missouri,
"Itsnov.i: cries th sehoilboy 1 1 u r-
rulr ' anil hi shout
Im ringing through iirlur ami lin I,
Whllu swift as the, win of a swallow,
Iid'h on I, '
And hn pay limit have answered his
It makes tho heart leap but to witness
Proud wealth inn no pleasures. I trou,
I. life llio milium that throbs in tho,
pulse of tho bo),
As ha gathers hi treasures of snow.
Then In) not tin trappings of Hold on
tliluii heirs. I
While health, and tho riches of nature,
"It snows!'' cried tho widow, "0 God:"
mid hi r Highs
Ham slitied tho voieo of her prayer:
Its burden joMi read in her tenr-awollen
On her cheek sunk with fustinu and
'in nipm, and her fatherless ask her for
. " .
Hut "llo gives tho joung raicns their
And iho trials till her dark hearth adds
horror to dread,
Aml sholajson her last chlpof wood
Poor suirerer! that sorrow thy God only
-Sarah Joscpha Hale.
The Autumn Kquinox will blow
Tho last midsummer bug nway,
And the farmer in his tall corn row
Will whistle blithely all tho day.
lin 11 have Ins motor car, too-toot,
And lovo to hear it purr and hum,
And mhho folks, to., willhavo tosooot
That onco ho borrowed money from,
Porto Rico' New Wonder.
Kfcim far away Porto lileo oome re-1
ports of a wonderful new discovery that i
is beiiexedwin vastls benefit tho People.
l'",on 'J; '"ch.an'.. ' llrcelonta.
nnift --iJT, niiiL'a iw wiruutcn ia
cured m '
ughs and j
doing splendid work here. It
about fit o Mines of t
Illl'lUt ll 'HllMiJ oi irrniM, t-uu
coiui, .iisa mi urowier oi a bevrt, cum i
hi his ow and mote than so others, I
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iiu inru iw.in hi; uutiur. .i uui
this great medic.no will yet bo sold 5n ,
wno iiseu it on my, an ice. o uoje
m..fi. .-JlnnnrfSlllil Trinl l,nlll t r-...
Gu.ininteed tiy II. P. Pitts.
OIL YOUR HARNESS
At E. Burns'
75 Cents Does It
I am the only one who uses
Pure Neat s Fool Oil
Only Seven Weeks
Our Holiday dcods Have
begun to Arrive.
We have an extra fine
China and Cut Glass.
Our Jewelry and Silver
ware are the very latest
designs, and we are always
glad to show these goods.
Just what you arc looking
L. T. Waterbury
Jeweler and Optometrist
It will pay you to see it
Tamag3T..'ulwiiimjiwiiiiiiiimi cmtm ,
Gall for it, at your grocers.
SCHOOLER GRAIN CO.
Agents in Jasper.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to i. tend our sincere
fliiiiU'e im.l iit.i.riiMinti.-Mt i iiit)
L . . , , , ,
friends and neighbors who so
"""' UMl.lcu u III UJI I.IKIK
Mr. and Mrs EDD CONROY
i and 1?'1IL
Great Holiday Offer.
, The groat f aim publicat.on, the
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Mrtsotiri and Kansas tanner, of
Kansas Ciiy, Mo, is making a'
j great holiday oiler to new sub-
scribers. An one sending s; cents
will receive the Missouri and;
Kansas Farmer a whole jcar, and
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" " revive free a great pack-
age containing 5 beautiful post
oaro's consisting of floral, birthday, j
greetings. Christmas, New Years,
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Valentino and caster, all of very.
latest designs and lnj.'li work ot
iHiusi ucsigus ana nii'ii nurK oi
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"" ui) js uw 8 yuu wie
I?arnier for a venr and the package
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Ot?0 'aTUS. bend tOdflV. Ad
dress Missouti and Kansas Farmer,
:Sih and McUeu Sts., Kansas City,
Mo Dept A.
Finds Cure for Epilepsy 1
Atter icars ot muttering
"My daughter hum millet ihI with I
plleptlc m. for three wr. tho a""-:!"
ccn.iiiB inrj fiw -a ,, Wo rmriyea
KOM.ai d mid but u i did i3r no ,
cj ! About n '
vjSJST-, y,-ar a so wo
s to our
lrl Slio I
f&QSn " ,w nr.-arently
1 I l wli ' """1 un'1 ' '""
J J I J "' '"'ilth " '"
vJ IwiV' er unr si"
vv ' " llu hlul
' lit. Wo cannot
spcuk too highly
of Dr. Miles' Nervine "
' MKS. FRANK ANlJintSON.
Thousands of children in the
United States who are suffering
i from attacks of epilepsy are a
burden and sorrow to their parents,
who would give anything to restore
health to the sufferers.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
! is one of the best remedies known
I for this affliction. It has proven
beneficial in thousands of cases
arrd those who have used it have
the greatest faith in it. It is not
a "cure-all," but a reliable remedy
I for nervous diseases. You need
not hesitate to cue it a trial.
Sold by all Drusgtsti. If tho first
bottle falls to benefit your money It
MILES MEDICAL CO., Clkhirt, Ind.
I Trustees Sale.
I Diann V. Contw, mid James U.
j Coates her husband, on the third day
LstoF- me ' ;'.r:
Boi .muix'u, unm, oxeviiieu n certain deed
lof trust which it rroorded in !h r
corder's o'lire In Jasper County, Mis-
s.iuri, in roortk'aije reoord 11, nt pafje.
I i'.Vi, in favor of tho undersigned ns
! trustee in said deed of trust to securo
I tho payment of a certain promissory
I note therein fully describfld;
! And whereas It is provided that in case
1 default be made In foment of said note
orany part thereof, or of tho Interest
I thereon when the am becomes due,
j the whole of said ncte shell become due
And whereas the. Interest which be
oamedueon tho third day ot Mnrch
10U, remains due and uni aid;
Now. therefore. I the undartlnmt
! trustoe. will at tbo request of the legal
j owner of bid note, on Wednesday, tbo
I fourth day of December, I(ll,., between
i the hours of ten o'clock in I ho forenoon
and thruo o'clock In tho afternoon, soil
I for cash to tho highest bidder, at tho
i west door of tho court house in tho city
, of Carthage, Mo , the property in said
dead of trust described, to wit:
The southwest quarter (iji, of sec
'tion fourteen U4i, in township thirty
I (30) and rang thirty-two CrJi, in the
I oounty of Jasper and slate of Missouri,
for tho purp e of satisfy ing the kaid In-
debtedness and paying tho costs and ex
penses of eiecuting the trust.
V. E kiinnKs t.,,-1.
First publication Nov 7 4t.
R GT THE
W. H. WOODS, Dentist.
Office in Woods Building
P. M. GEESLIN
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
N Main St JASPER. A10.
H. R. King, H. D.
Office and Residence on South
W. H. KNOTT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls ansn ered Day or Night,
,,h-i,MfK n vnuTii maiv Ct
HABRY L. COLLINS
Sales Made Anywhere.
CaiTO 11 R. Joyce
awms lJ SAUI3
l-arm and 5tock Sales a Specialty
PhoLe lit 1 IJls fur dates nt my expense
Let me be Your Baker
AN'heu company come?, call
ine over the phone and let
me do the baking for your
dinner, and that will give
you more time to visit
Special Cakes Baked
The Hodel Bakery
H. 0. HEATON
To the Public
We are now located in Brick
Barn where we will buy
and pay the highest market
price in cash for anything you
have in this line.
We have all Kinds of Feed,
Corn Chop, Uran, Alfalfa and
J. E. Carr & Co.
Prepare for Winter
The raw stormy u:is will lie Ihtc soon bo
fore you are remly if you tlon't eoinuience now.
We havo tlie goods to protect you from the
slush and mud, storm and wind,sleet and rain.
Let us sell you your boots, shoes and rub
Star Brand Shoes for Everybody
These are th; shoes I'ncle Sam buys for hi
soldiei boys, and he buys them because they
have quality along with their reasonable
lriee and good looks.
Star Brand Shoes ate ui-o made for women
We want your trade Horn the ground up.
Give it to us and we will give you satisfaction.
All Other Lines Are Complete
si,u ' )N
i'M -- ''.:.
v.. . - . i -.j -j-.
A ---O P-
FEED. MEAL, CHOPS. SHORTS and HRAX in ex
change tor Corn. We will ,-iy our Poultry. Eggs and
Cream, and give you the tftp market Dike.
T. H. Hammond
You can Use
ASH GROVE SUPERFINE Portland Cement than
you can of any Standard Ground Cement because
it is One-fifth 20 Stronger
So if you figuro that you will need 100 sacks of Standard Ground
Cement for a particular job, you need buy only 80 sacks of Ash Groo
Superfine. It will do tho work.
You savo one sack in every five 202 by buying Ash Croye Super
me. in preferenco to Standard Ground Cements. Figure that savinc
Tho reason that Ash Grove Superfine will go 20 farther do 20
moro work than Standard Ground is because it is finer ground.
Write to tho Ash Grovo I.ime & Portland Cement Co.. Kansas City,
Wo., for helpful booklets tellinc all about Cement and why Ash Grovo
Superfine will give you greatest satisfaction. Then insist upon getting
Ash Grove Superfine
x Portland Cement
Sold and recommended by
Uaughead Lumber Company
The Only Harness
Shop in Jasper
That Makes all
the Harness it
0 SvCH MX04I HXH f
Brands of lour l
One - fifth less of
The News and the Euralist, or McCall's for $1