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8 Neighborhood News, u
Written by our assistant editors. (
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Miss Ulai)s Hillmui
Otto Guddard and wife (I las
per spent several day w Hi Lap
TilUr nnd intmly
Hattie Sundi.rl.itid isitcd her
grandmother, Mrs Mike lscntnan.
a couple of das.
Edyth Keener spent last week
with Hert Keener and wilt
Will Sunderland and family and
Mike Isenninn and wife visited the
latter s brother, Mack Bulleene, of
Mount Carniel neighborhood Sun
A. T. Dean and wife and I'd
Conroy and wife visited Glen Cart
wright and wife 'luesdny.
Miss Eva Schooler ot Carter wile
is spending a week with JesMe
Mrs J. I? Curtis and Mrs N A
M.ickey of Jasper visited Inst Wed
nesdaywith Mrs Terry Gardner,
who is quite ill
Some of the Salem joung ladies
and some of the Zion young men
enjojeda horseback ride Friday
Misi Florence Strntton of Jasper
visited frum Fridaj until Mondaj
with Velma Mat key.
Bryan Tiller and Curtis Ballatd
spent Sunoay with Harold Si hooler
A. L. Thomas and wife are
spending a few das with Mr Col
lins and family near Lamnr.
The entire community extend
heartiest congratulations to Rev
T. W. Medearis and bride
Mryra Tiller spent Saturdaj
night and Sunday with Lewis
Hartley and wife.
Cap. Tiller and wife visited Sun
day with Mack Tiller and faintly
Harold Schooler spent Saturday
night with Floyd Thomas
Mrs Leonard Keener visited Mrs
Newt Keener Tuesday.
Mrs. Jim Baird and daughter
Marjone of Jasper spent Wednes
day at Cap Tiller's
I he young ladies class, or Husy
Workers, are making good their '
New Year's resolutions. There
were 21 in attendance Sunday , Wltll Eari Gamer and wife Sunday
Mrs Newt Keener spent scleral Veiling
days last week with her mother.1 Mrs Mullen of Jasper and Mrs
Mrs. Cottingham, who has been ,1,1a Lane are having some rugs
seriously ill at the home of hci loven this week,
daughter. Mrs Ed Taylor, in the! Dennis Grider' left last Wednes
I'leasant View- neighborhood. I jay for Sprinpfield and other places
Lee Vaught spent Saturday night it0 i,unt a iocatin suitable for
and Sunday with her uncle, Will tie training of horses
McConnell. jjr Dayringer and family visited
Henry Covert and family visited nor,, 0f eTe Sunday.
Tom Dodd and family of Jasper Mrs Ida Lane and Mrs Grider
Sunday. 1 called on Mrs Bertie Garner one
Carrie and Fannie Storneckwerc ja,. ast tek.
visiting Isal and Ruth Vaught Sat- Mr. Gnthtts and familv visited
urday night nnd Sunday with t,eir daughter. Mrs Ella
Mrs Charley Walters visited a rjavn, last Saturday and Sunday
week with friends near Columbus,
The Ladies Aid Society w ill meet FARMERS UNION,
with Mrs. Alec Keith on Wedncs Miss Euol.nu Rr.
day nest to quilt The meeting at Lebanon church
Miss Isal Vaught sprained her bcRall ast Wednesday night and
light arm quite badly last week 1 iUH continue for a while. Eeiy
Carl Ballard is carrying mail on boiiy come and hcip ,naU. a fa
route 1 this week The carrier, ilouse
II E Ballard, is visiting at Chenoa ,n Lyman and family from
and Elmwood, 111 He will stop Diamond neighborhood isited his
at Kansas City to isit his mother !moti,er anj s,sler Sunday Mrs
Will Sunderland has rented the Mary Lyman and Mrs. Leola
Mack Bulleenc place in Mount Car-' Miller.
mel neighborhood. They expect Emma Winter and children usi
to move soon. ted at the home of Joe Huber Sun
Mrs. Emery Tiller is sick with (jay
grip this week. H. Duckett and family re
Rev. T. W. Medearis and bride, ,ceived the sad news of the death
and Misses Alice Btllington, Anna 0f their uucle at Cartervillc Friday
Willmmand Gladys Patterson were and Mrs. Duckett and son Armel
the guests of Chas. Ballard and attended the funeral,
family Sunday. Misses Luella and Rhoda Duck-
Grandma McChntock and daugh- elt gpent Sunday with their grand
er Nellie usited Sunday at ill parents near Carterville and they
''nV00 s' were accompained by their uncle,
viii uyiuuii unui.iHi.iym nay
ton County spent Saturday night
with Alec Keith and family
Mrs. J. R. Hatciieu. i
Mike Workman and family have I
moved to the Adams farm two and (
one-half miles southwest of Blue
L. Bojrr and family from near
Lynnland, spent Thursday with the
John Carnes and wife of Farmers
Union spent Sunday with their son
Frank and family.
Sam King and family of Blue
Star spent Sunday at John King s
Joe Dayringer and family ot
Dublin spent Sunday at the Lan-
don uaynnger nome
Grant Miller and family of near
Dublin spent Sunday at JobMiller's
Ernest Yates spent Sunday with
Roy and Marion King
Mm. W. M. Wardlow and Mrs
Drue Sharp and son George spent
Sunday at theGrandmaPugh home
Wesley Spaid and family of Jas
per spent Sunday at the Charley
London and Jed Dayringer were
helping George Lilly put up ice List
week Giles we II know where to
1 11 to i it ue nam tins summer
Hi c sii w.is helping Vivian
C( stli Wrdiic- la).
Mr' Uocr called on Mrs Chens
bv Sund.i afternoon
Walter Carp and wife were isit-
inn relatives in Lamar one day last
Will VnrliiPS rlpliv prod lis first
'nrmonat Bethel Church Sunday
r.ight to a goodly number. I In
iudience was well pleased and we
lopc to hae the pleasure of hear
ing him again in the near future.
Steve Lucas and wife spent Sat
urday at the Frake home
Bhnchf Bradfoul spent Monday
with Mrs McCarty.
Miss ltiii; Armstrong
C. F Res was a Kansas
visitor last week
G. W. Vincent lost a good young
I mare Friday.
1 H R Graham and family moved
i to the Clyde Souihwick farm Tues
day, and J II Seizor and wife
moed to their home which was
vacated by Mr Graham
II R Got drich delivered io
head of fat hogs to John Ward in
, Mrs C. F Ret visited Fnda
and Saturday with her mother,
i Mrs John Weston, who is sick at
her heme tn Jasper.
Mrs Chas Stansberry suffered
j from an attack of rheumatism sev
eral das last week
I J R Law and Milo Butler
butchered hogb Wednesday
Master Willie Lane viMtcd his
A E Armstri ng Inuled fodder
from the C F Rex farm Saturday
Wm Lane helped his father R
P. Lane butcher hogs Wednesday
Mr. Grider came home from Car
thage iast priday morning.
Steve Garrett and wifevisi
Mr Downs, from Alabama
Mrs George Redmond and
daughter Bona usited Mrs Martha
Rex and family Sunday afternoon
Mrs. R II Newsom from near
Iantha is visiting a few days with
her daughter, Mrs Frank Thacker.
Miss Lillian Mageks.
Mrs. Guv MeConnell's mother
and father from Iowa are visiting
with their daughter this week
Mrs Jams called on Mrs G. M.
Miss Florence Stratton of Jasper
visited from Friday till Monday
with Velma Mackey.
Mrs G M. Magers called on Mrs.
J S O Wilson Thursday,
Mrs Guy McConnell, who is sick,
is better at this writing.
A surprise party was given at
Mr.Thicl'slast week All reported
a good time.
Velma Mackey and" Florence
Stratton Visited the Pleasant Val
ley school Monday
A large crowd at tended the pie
supper at Pleasant Vallpy A good
program was yiven Velma Muvk-
Readers oi tlcse columns
will confer a tnor n the
correspondent in whe-e
neignuorh od they ltv. if
the will icKrt news it ins
to him ( r lit r as the c ise
may be The publish, r
hopes the people Mil mt
be at nil bukward about
calling the attention of the
cotresp-iivhnt to the I ip
penings in the community
ey received the bos of bonbons for
being the niot popular oun lady,
-tiicl llirry Radford the bos of ct
gars for being the homeliest young
man Proceeds amounted to
A number of the Jasper high
school students were absent Mon
day because they could not cross
The Hubbird sisters, Clara, Ge
neva and Kenyon and Corwin
Powell spent Sunday with Velum
and Roj Mackey.
Mrs Chakles Elting.
Mrs John Buzzard and grand
mother spent Wednesday with Mrs
Mrs J F Gulick has been suffer
ing for several days with a very
painful nan I Wednesday a pain
started in her thumb and moved
downward into the palm. Dr King
dressed her hand and he siid he
was aft aid it would hae to be
lanced. She is not much better
T M Rogers wife and daughter
Bessie, lett Tuesda tor Webb Ctt ,
whero they will spend a few da
Chas Buzzard was transacting
business in Esrom last week
Ralph Cline of Carthage spent
Saturday and Sunday in our neigh
borhood Charley Hane spent Friday with
his sUter near Boston
Gay Webb and family spent
Sunday with E. Garrett
Mrs Lunt returned Tuesday
from her visit in Vernon county
Chas Elting and family spent
Sunday with Chas. Buzzard and
Miss Myrtle Garrett accompan
ied ourschooltea,her,Miss Masters,
home Friday evening and spent
Friday evening and Saturday in
Miss Cook of Duval, a guest of
Miss Winter, was a visiter at our
Sunday school Sunday.
Chas Eltiug has been engatied
the past week in getting a supplj
Link Milton did hts winter
There were -8 m Sunday school
Sunday Preaching nest Sunday
at 3 o clock by our pastor, Bro.
A large party of young folks
were entertained at the- heme of
Miss Beulnh Winter Saturday night.
John Brown and wife of near
Bnstcu spent Saturday aad Sun
day with Mrs Brown's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Hane
Will Lj man and and Mr Mosier
did some butchering Mondav.
The baby daughter of John Hart
ley and wife is reported to be slow
John Buzzard has been doing
some grading and filling in his door
yard the past week
Mr Overfelt lost a fine horse last
week. There is reported to have
been four horses die in and near
Diamond last week
Tom Wardlow and wife called at
Mr. Mosier s Sunday evening.
Miss Maud Pfender spent seveial
days with Mrs. John Hartley last
G Wagner and Tom Wardlow
reported si.k cows Monday.
Mrs Cldk Wagner.
Messrs Embree and St John of
Jasper have been in tins vicinity
sawing wood roccntly. Therefore
fuel will evidently not be. scarce at
the homes of Wm Laulerbiuqh,
Clive and Almy Darkley and Chas.
Wm Irwin and wife of WebbCity
are spending the week at the home
of Ed Stokes.
The infant daughter of John
Hartley who has been dangerously
ill for the past two weeks, is said
to be slowly improving.
G. F Wagner is ill with grip
F. W Wescolt and wife and
Chas. Wescott and family were
dinner Ruestb Sunday of Wm. Huff
man and wife of Dixie
Mrs. Ross Farr and daughter
Edwina spent the day Wednesday
with Mrs Clyde Wayner
Oscar Knox and wife and child
ren are expe'rtecf home this week
from an extended viit with Mrs
Knox's parents in Nebraska
Mrs. Theo. Liwson spent Friday
with her sister in law, Mrs Prts.
Roberts in Jasper.
W. II. Ward's Stock Sale
I mli sell at m faun on mik SglbfLJil
eastofjaspe,, the f lowing de CSfjS-fe8fiBKm
srribed property, be; innini! at 10 XQSS1 l"?TaB'" "
.0 dick, on
Tuesday, January 28
J 24 Head Red Poll Cattle.
Several ycdrhng heifers
Several coming 2 year olds, will
1 be frusli in spring
Three bull calves, ready for ser
vice this spring
Will cll my herd bull -2 years
old. April s;- a fine animal
All tattle numbered und will be
sold by their numbers. Some of
I thee cattle are registered.
12 Head Good Horses.
One brew n dm ing mare, Victor
1 ene, in foal
One 3-eir old biy filly sired by
Star Chief, dam Victorene. This
filly is city broke and has been
, driven in Carthage 30 days. Will
mike good saddle mate
Two comine earlmi! marc'coltslnients will arrive in a few days
One coming 3 vear oH brown! Royal American barb wire and
horse, broke to work plenty of it.
One good work mare, in foil bj , T W. Medearis bought a set of
Peri-heron horse , smoothing irons and other hard
One spin 3 year old mules, isi ,ware Saturday,
hands high ', v 1; Swcezy, A A Foster C
One 4 car old ba horse weighs n Smith. Roy Seidner, George
1400, straight and all right ' Wedding all purchased Diamond
One good gray mare, coming EaVe ases durintr the week-
ears old. weighs 1250
One gray horse, coming 3 yrs old. '
One duroc sow and 7 pigs
Three cultivators one 6 shovel.
1 set double work harness
2 large feed troughs
TERMS Sio and tinder cash
On sums over Sio nine months
time will be given, notes drawing'
, S per cent interest from date if not
1 paid when due Two per cent off (
for cash. ,
Lunch served by Woman s Home
Missionary society Proceeds to be
used for educating an orphan girl
B F Bolantl, Auctioneer.
First National Bank will furnish
W H. WARD.
Dr. V. ti. HENDRICKS
Does a general tfice practice
but will make
A SPliCIALTY OI-
Every instrument necessary
for examining the Eyes and
tc-ting them for glasses, Nebu
lizer for treating Ear, Nose,
Throat aud Lungs. Galvanic
and Firadic Electricity. Ad
juncts to the
Treatment of Diseases of Women
and Chronic Diseases in General.
I do no surgery. Practice lim
ited to oflice hours, 9 to 11 30
Speclsl Examinations by Appointment
It will pay you to sec it
The Spreader That Spreads
The Robinson has all the sen
sible features you could desire
strength and simplicity make it
serviceable and two horses can pull
it easily anjwhere jouwant to go
Emerson Sulkjs and Gangs.
One - Minute Washers, Bench
Washers and Gasoline Engines.
Monogram Stoves and Ranges
and the world-renowned Majestic
Acaiload of St. Louis Buggies
on the road.
A carload of Emerson Imple-
J S. Rose purchased a One
Minute washer Monday
E E. Hubbard was among our
Monday croud and purchased nails
and other hardware
A Keith bought a bill of locks
and other hardware Monday
Clint Rand bought galvanized
roofing this week.
Roy Webb bought a good sweat
J. W. Bowers and A Keith
' bought Ham lanterns this week
w. II Stark was a Friday cus-
1 tomer for nails and hardware
We sold a Rayo lamp to F A
. Baston Friday.
George Lilly purchased dyna
jmite, shells and other hardware
John King was among our Sat
urday crowd and bought a hay
knife and other hardware
I Fred Miller bought a bill of
Homer Sherrell bought horse
1 blankets and other hardware last
A. I Smith bought barn door
track last week
We sold skates last week to the
following. Mrs J W. Bowers, Mrs
Chas Rosia. Kenney Miller, II V.
. Block, Hugh Phillips, and others
' Herbert Fullmer bought poultry
I netting last week.
Chas Stonehocker bought a bill
of nails this week.
j W R Farr purchased d namite
1 this week.
II. D. Gtimm took out a good
MUs Edna Ballard bought an
oil heiter Thursday
John Gresham purchased barb
J wire Thursday.
. We sold Dazey churns to Ross
Baird and George Johnson during
W. C. Mackey bought good horse
blankets at our store Thursday
Hert Scliott bought
a bill of
"Rubberoid roofing and nails Tues
Glen Owens bought a basket ball
T. H Hammond bought a good
Walker Hubbard bought barb
Mrs J W. Brenneman bought a
copper boiler Tuesday
bold utto uoudarci stielis and a
Diamond E Ige knife his week.
Mrs Jacob Frick purchased
enamel ware luesday.
E Huffman bought a wood
1 Soltl J. W
1 last week
other hardware Wed
Edwards a log chain
A L. Lattimore boutht
and other hardware Monday.
L P Major purchased a hedge
, knife and other hardware this week
L C Dayringer bought a good
1 heating stove last week
1 W M Lauderbaugh bought
Royal American fence wire and
other hardware last week
Juhn Buzzard took out a load of
thicken wire last week.
T. L. Busby bought lard cans
1 f' I I l.ll II I
and other hardware last week
Chas. Lilly purchased shells at
. our store last week
II. II. Sharp Merc. Co.
Hive you n Heed the lal .
your piper lately ? Is um
W. H. WOODS, Dentist
Office in Woods Building
H. R. King, H. D.
Ofhcc and Residence on South
W. II. KNOTT, M. I).
Physician and Surgeon
Calls ansa end In ur Xixtit,
OKFICK ON NORTH MAIN t I
Carroll R. Joyce
I'AKMM I'OR sai.i;
Farm and Stock Sales a Specinln
Phono Hell 1 HH for dates tit m 1 X en
We enjoyed a fine Xmas
trade, but still have n
PINU LINE OF
Just call end get acquaint
cd with our stock and u
will see how it pays t
trade at home.
L. T. Waterbury
Jeweler and Optometrist
J. R, Wheal
STAPLE AND FANCY
If you need anything in our
line send or phone 135-A
Your order will have our
FEED OF ALL KINDS
Winter 'lotinst Desti
nations in Alabama,
Florida, Georgia, Lou
New Mexico, Texas,
and Tennesseo on sale
daily until April 30
Keturn limit Juno 1.
A. Q. Baker, Agent
H. A. Cooper,
Passenger Agent, Joplin