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title: 'The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, January 09, 1913, Image 1',
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READ THE ADS
READ THE ADS
IN- THIS PAPljU
Fox Eaiaius in all
lines of merchandise.
IN THIS PAPiitt
For Bargains in all
Lines ol merchandise.
AUTI 1 1 It
.jamm;i, .mo., tiu'ksday, .jantauy -.. im.
v(.i. 15. No. m.
On Furs, Cloaks, Skirts
PRLS. ROBERTS INJURED.
Jad Fracture of the Right Leg
and Other Injuries.
I'ns Robert, the rural mail
Karricr nut with a severe accident
Kt tlu- noithv.est corner of the
Ciini-terv about i mile Iroin town.
flast Thur-d.iy afternoon as lie wa
jre'ti nil g fr mhis 'lay's trip His
flurst- to k fright at something i"
!li hedft-, and when Roberts at-
Ren pt 'I to lonltol Inm the bridle
jr.' e a d the horse ran, thrown g
Mi RoLtr sout, n ultitig in a bad
fractuie of both bones in the riuht
fig; -ib vi- the ankle and the left ley
vas b illy sprained
C U Smith, who lives north
west of Jasper, found .Mr. Koberts
thi rnad-tdu in dazed condition
rand bioueht him to town with
gtlie mail The horse and buggy
iwi ic t .iin 1 nearby.
l)r Ketch mi of Carthage and
;r iiir.e; ot j.ispt r were cniiuei ami
Bet the broken b'jnes.
The injury hns been giving Mr.
JR. bt-r s nun h pain, and he will
lik 1, .it-laid una month or two.
W C T U Meeting.
h. W C T U wiUm.et Frt-
d t it h Mr- ruer Tin- pro
giams tor tl.e vei.r will be heic
Ci mt lit us begin with new year
rni h rt-newid energy. If you are
la new m mbcr, be present, it an
Rl 1 one sou wall feel the med of
your In lp and presence
ILive y u n it iced
the labtl on
Is oui cub
lorn piper lat ly r
First National Bank
Jasper Boy Dies in Kansas City
It is reported in Jasper todav
(Thursday) that Clarence Robin
son, son ol , Kobmson who
lives southeast of Jasper, died sud
denly of heart disease 1 ist night in
Clarence was a tine young man
and had a host of friends in this vi
Except that he was in Kansas
City with Ins sisters the partic
ul rs of his t'cath ate
The Agoga Class of the Baptist
Sunday School held a business
meeting Sunday and the new year
was opened with ?4 members en
rolled and the following officers
were elm-ted for the year. Prof.
R E Huit, teacher; Estey Busby,
president; Robert Lane, vice prcsi
dent; Clns Grimm, secretary,
Rains, visitor, Anderson Lear,
tertainer, Chas. Kitlerman,
Alpha Club Meets.
The Alpha Club met with
Drake Tutsday af'ernoon.
Call was responded to by
manco ot Civil War Songs," in
which Miss Lizzie Law son reck veil
the first prize and Mrs. Harbtir the
consolation prize After an inter
esting pifgram refreshments were
served bv the hostess. The club
adjourned to n.eet with Mrs. Cms
Cambell January 14
'I he trades day sale Ins ben
postponed to Situ diy, January n.
ODD FEILjWS ENTERTAIN.
Public Installation Followed by
Fine Supper Monday Night. ,
Jasper Lodge, 10 0. 1; , in-!
stalled otiicers ;.t their hall Mi n-1
day nipht It vva- an pen nuet-i
ing n-'d the hall was will Tilled!
with Odd Fell vvg an 1 their friends '
uot.vithstandini.' the bid vveitlier. j
The work wac impressive and in-1
tcrrvting, "peci tl District Deputy
E. W. Scott and Grand Maishal J.
E Hull pei form. nc, their parts in
an especially pleasing manner.
Grand Patriarch Collins of La
mar was nmonu the visitors
In the. opinion of many the real i
treat of the evening was the ad
dress of Aaron D. States, editor of
the Republican Seutim-J at Lamar I
and one of the best known Odd I
Fellows in this section ol thecoun J
try. Mr States spoke alone the
i.ni. nf Pi. .r.-.ctf.r huildim. nnnlvim.
the principles of Odd Fellowship to
daily living and exhorting his hear-
ers to strivo for higher standards
!ot life Mr. States' addre-s was
not onl) eloquent but it was up
lifting and edifying
A splendid supper at the Keltner
building followed the installation
and addresses About ico sat
down to the tables
The ofiicers installed were, H. J.
Deardorll, Noble Grand, Rd Poiter,
Vice Grand, Walter Tablcr. Re
cording Secrdtary; Charles Ward,
Financial Secretary; Dr. Knott,
Treasurer- Rev W. 0. Thompson,
High School Notes
Evervbodv getting down
work again after the luhdays
Absentees for half day or more
during the week were Grace Tetter,
Mary Drake, Fern Blight Uattie
Kunkler, Esty Busby, Hazel Car
ter Hugh Melton George Hurt,
Leah Arner, Htrry Tallman, Gla
dys Rex, LclundEarl and Margaret
High school visitors the past
week were Everett Deardorff , Ray
Karls, Orville Winder, Miss Hedge,
Elsie Arner, Pearl Bruus, Guy
Webb, Lloyd Winder and Miss
Webb was planting corn in
some soil in the laboratory the
other dav, but he put so much
water in the soil that it looked
like he was going to make mud
Examination again this week.
The high school team put it all
over the Joplin Business College
basket ball team Friday night.
Trades-day Sale Postponed.
The December trades-day sale
previously nnnonneed for the 8th
has been postponed to Saturday,
January 11 Parties interested will
list their stuff with Mr. Rex by
January 1, so that it may be prop
Renewals and New Subscribers.
The following new subscribers
and renewals to The News were ic
corded during December.
F. W. Rumble, Jasper.
Dr. Wolf, route 5
W. C Crowl McAliMer. Okla.
Jas Keltner, Clallam Bay, Wash
IV Hendricks, Jasper.
W. A McClintock, route 1.
C E Stalnakcr Webb City.
Chas. Metzger, Kappa, 111.
S, C Davis, Jasper.
F B Dunning, Jasper.
A L. Thomas, route 5.
A R McCIurg, route 1.
R y Robinson, Carterville.
S. N'oland, Homestead, Mont.
L O. Vincent, routo 1
J. W. Brenneman, Golden City.
V. H Hoover. Jasper.
Mrs. C. M. Snyder, Kansas City.
Tom Kunklor. laspcr.
F. J McComb, Greenfield.
G. T. Mnsters, Purcell.
Win. II. Selsor, route j.
F. H Miller, toute 3
Mrs R B, Elliott. San Francisco.
F. G. Hastings, Proweis, Colo.
J W. Sunderland, route 1.
Mrs. Bunnell, Vellowgress, Sask.
II G Griffin, Jasper.
L. L Chamberlin. Booneville
Alice Temphn. City.
C. V. Bedell, Cartilage rural.
C E Davis, route 5.
D A Holmes, Jasper. I
H W. Patterson, Wever, Iowa
H. G Tiller, route 3.
1. M. Zinn, Jasper.
George Patterson, route 5
Jacob Scott, route 1
1. 11 Taflner, Lamar rural.
J. D Chapman, Jasper.
L II. Owen, Jasper
1.. 1. 01 l -
Frank Seal, Kansas City.
W. T. Patterson, route 5
Mrs. Jessie Lowe, Jasper.
J. E Carter, route i.
Sylvia Beaty, Los Angeles, Cal.
and Druggists Sundries
Stock food and regulatoro, paints ami
oils, a line lino of jowulry, silvurwure,
mul cut glass, toilet articles; in fact a
line stock of the best goods to lit?
found in a drug More.
JASPER WINS AGAIN.
Joplin Business College the Vic
tims Last Friday Night.
Joplin Business College basket
ball team came to Jasper Friday
night and handed a gam" to Japt 1
high school to the tune of 54 to ic
The local manager e- unged hi
lineup for this game, puttin" Bi ar.
Brown into tho game and Melton 1
on tlie bcncli. urown puvcii n t
Jasper scored 14 field go lis, -
follows: Goddard five, Ru. Webb
1, Masters 0, Tallman t Masters
played a good gams in cen'er.shut
ting out his opponent, Jackson
Tallman also shut out his man.
Joplin scored three field goals,
'J'4'"a," bu s ww '"' ' ""'
Dtrltntit itntiini tiMn Ml A Itnfin
ti. m..,i, i.i..i, d,i ftam
will be here Saturday night for a
Entertainment By Wee Ones
Tho entertainment that precedes
the basket ball game Saturday
nicht between Nevada and Jasper
promises to be tho best one given
thiswintor. The program will not
be exclusively from the High Scho
as formerly, but from the whole
school, from tho first gra fe to the
The Jasper Nevada game will be
one of the fastest played tis year.
Nevada ranks high in her st-ttion
and from all standpoints the game
is a promising one. Melton will
probably bo in this game, us hi
"cold ' is better. This will trength
cn the team a good deal.
Have you noticed the I lei cn
your paper lately? Is your sub
Arthur McKay and Miss Jessie
,uu-t wedding of two voung
ptop'e well known in Jasper (ln I
N'ashwllc touk place Tue-sda tei
ing at the home of Win. ,st ne
hockcr and wiu. Friends t the
young people had an idea that ti,t
event was soon to transpire, at, 1
the young folks out at Na-,1 villi
had .11 rangements all made fur ,1
bii charivari, but Mr McKav an
Mi-s Sensney gave them the
and were married at the home
the groom's grandparents as al
Rev A K tiurlev pastui 1 1 t,
Prisbvtcrian Church, oiIm.iu .
t'nh inembcrs of the familu
the- couple witnessed the ceri 11. 1.
'J he bride is the daughk:
Piter Sensney and wife c t to
Nashville neighborhood. Mr V
K iv s parents live at Grover 1
ior whu h pjint Mr. McKuv
Ins bride deputed Wednes j
iin 1 mnt'
Tl f 1 id wishes of a nv n .
lo low them
Married in Wyoming.
and t! 1 '
1 Sarat .1 v
jitunti 1 i '
j here and i,
and Bi 1 V -1
"Mi-s I 1 ,,
M itiuii w i. ' i
th and 1- 1
1 1 in man 1 1
diy tile '!i n 1
iss Wil !i 1
1 . train ai. 1 v
t by Mr. M, n 1
t up here an 1 1
, ., ely to the iuu n
cert mon t
house ot Win I
the lnmbei ,a !
mon had pr-1 ari
Uiide and make i
bride U verv vm
I the par-
Rev Nev i 1 1
ed on the 1
met at '
.in 1 t!a 'in
ueded ru .
age Alter t
went to the in
betf, South 1
where Mr V
, to receive i
known here ... she lived here-
, . , . A .
year Deioie reiurnmg w ne.
1 111 Missuuu
bout two monthi u
1 She is a
j vcung !u
very tuiet, unisiit 1 1
! and vvas well like '
Utuvv he 1 She v.i- t -
! p!o)td 1 1 ome little time in t
joitice as tiupositor and was ail
I in evirv v ..v thorough in her wor
' as well painstaking and
Mr. Mamon is a young man
Mr. Mamon is a young man .t no
came here Sume two years at fr
Mount Home, Idaho, and has '.pen
'employed steadily by the Saiat
Grocerv Co., where he has
many friends and won the
of cveiy one."
Yes, I've been sued for m -- t r
rav personal tax, and the 1 st
"ring the total to 54 9 N1,t' :
Pay your taxes.
City Tj Colle .1..
Did ou ever hear Cletis H ,0
erts speak1 He speaks Sat ur y
n'aht at the opera house.
Selbv J nies, who has been ui
ploed with Conrad Mercantile to.
the past irt tnoiiths, returi.ed to
Lamar last Saturday. Mr A Ham-
buig, also of Lamar, has aepted
the place vacated by Mr. Jones.
Mis Hamburg will come to laspcr
....... .. 1...
is oon as a suitable nousi -au t.
J. L. linger and tunul me. id
to Cass county last week H J.
Deardi rft and wife moved into the
ill 'use vacated by Mr. Bcieu It
Iwill be remembered that Mr.
jlXardorff traded an So-acre pla o
in Cass County fcrthe residcn e
property that he has just movcJ
I John and Roy Lough had sale
j bills printed at this office this week
! announcing a sale on Monday,
! January so. at the Young place
halt a u.ile north and half a mile
east of Nashville. They will sell
six head of good horses and muU.3.
one good milch cow, and a lot of
farm tool and household furniture.
These gentlemen will move to Ne
braska at an early date.
"Star Brand Shoes Arc Better."