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title: 'The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, March 06, 1913, Image 1',
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AUTILUll F. DKAKE, Publisher.
.JASIMSI!. MO., THURSDAY, MARCH 0, U18.
Vol. if), No. ;
S3S3SSS2SSSSSSSSC3S2SSSSSSS3SSS;3Sb33,N,!W fubcribtrs nnd "'.
We have a special machinery man
with us this week. Call and have a
talk with him. It will be to your
Conrad Mercantile Co.
Life Twu IMnU ef VUw.
little while to norr);
itiln whilo to Aeop;
A little wlii e to hurry,
Ami tbon the listing sleep.
To h-arn to have endurance,
l ith many ilU to cope;
To Imio without asauranco
01 any rirfht to hopo.
little while to blunder
Whcro many clangers lie;
To 'juration and to wonder,
Receiving no reply.
I"ch ila) to fondly Uca9ura
I B9t3sion9 thatnro dear;
Each day to win new ploaiutn
II) giving others cheer,
liach da) to trut mora surely
To servo as best wo mi);
Kach da) to walk securely
Whom Hope ha3 nwUed the way.
Each day to 900 thu beauty
In all things that are f.iir;
Kach da to find in duty
Tho (ladneiH that U there.
b) 3. E. Kiscr.
'Star Brand Shoes Arc Better."
First National Bank
J A S. P. E R, MISSOURI
DEERINQ AND MILWAUKEE
KEHP, CORN KING, and NEW
Webb Bros. Move Office
Webb Bros , real est-te brokers
and insurance men, in vcd ihur
office this week from the upper
floor of the Chapm.m building, to
the W. E. DeardorlT building re
cently vacated by the MulUn cloth
ing store. These well known trad
ers are putting in a stock of bug
gies with their other business and
will no doubt sell their share f
Change of Firm.
The firm doing business undtr
the title of J. E Carr & Co. have
made a change in the personnel of
Jas. Thomson has bought the
interest of C L llayzlett and in a
few dujs the firm will do business
as Carr & Thomson. Mr. Thom
son needs no introduction to this
community, he having been in the
livery and teed business here for
.ajsU'JEMshMM IT It'll M
Guardian for I: valid Brother
It' s1- T. Ban Has bi-n appoint .
cd guirdiatij f i', .irs 11 and cs 1
tite f hi- 35 sear old brother.
v narn sun -r m um, 1 ja-pi.r. who
has been a I.clp'ess invalid all hi
life. The Lond at guardian i
placet at $j ooo. Mis Bdrd,
mother of these two b..ys, died n
month ago, leaving a life insurance
policy for Si, coo in favor of the in
valid, and it is for the pri.er
) handling of the pmopi d of this
poli.y that the guirdim i. np-pointeJ.-
The NVws ha-1 en cvrep'ionallv
busy with s do opining thin .ek.
The following are publishing ther
s des in this issue:
Max Billi'ie in advtrtifing a sale
at hi- p!ai-e si miles cas1 aud three
miles north of JaspM o take p'acr
on Saturday, March 8
D. 11 Triplet t ami Arlo Emc
will hold a sale at the Tr.plett place
two milts smith of Jasper on Mon
day, March 10.
Charley Ward and I,. M Hani-
man will sell a lot of good stock
and farm implements at Mr. Ward'
farm half a mile west and half a
a mile north of Jasper on Wednes
day, March 12.
The Band Organization,)
The personnel of the new band
organization is about as follows:
Vernon Matthews, dire-tor, i-. 1.
Zeb Patterson, cornet.
Allen Peterson, cornel.
Nathan Rice, comet
Roy Wells, baritone.
D1 A Ilulmos, bass.
Ed Port r. trombone.
Roy Bowers, trombone.
W. D Mullen, trombone.
Walter Rose, alto.
Homer Bayne, clarinet.
Miss, Maud Kict, clannet.
(Jltn Holme, drum. .
Walter Stutton, drum.
Three or four other parts will he
added as soon as instruments can
The Missouri Ruralutor McCall's
free with paid in advance subscrip
tions to The News. I
ire loiiowing new suDscru crs .
and rei cwals to The New were re- j ing paid off with a .degree of fre
' corded in this orrico during IVbtu- Iqucnt regularity thnt ought to b
ar pea iin; to ihc taxpayers. At tin
Mrs. C A. Webb, Lamar route ; last meeting of the board 8'6oo war
Mr Emma Avery, Oakdale, Cal paid, making a total of SiSoo paid
J. V. t?ather. Jasper.
II. C Hall, Kendall, Kans.
E I 1'. rter, Jasper.
L'ri ih Smith, Carthage tottte.
D. II. Warn pier, route s-
Frank Wolf, route $.
John King, route y ,
J E Yale, route 4.
Walker Hubbard, route 1.
Ous rn"i'W Ja'per,
Mr- M S ho"ler. tou'tr t.
Mrs. C R. Wright, Lamar route.
Vm Moving, r ut" 4.
Mrs C B Bayne. Cirthace route.
W H. Metiger, route s-
O-car Pjshin, route 5.
0 W. Pnis'cv, Lincoln, 111.
J 'hn H. Hamilton, route 3.
'C. V. Brown, route 3
1 F Bright Jasper.
Wm 'ftioruj 11 , Jasper
Mrs. J. Prikk. Jasper.
Mrs M. A Gardner, Jasper.
'S. R. Mitchell, route 4.
T H. B. Bell, route 1.
Mr. J II Coiner, Danforth, ill.
Mr-- M Petersen, Juper
CS. H Sterling, route 5.
E D. Owen, Jasper
I'res. Roberta, Jaiper.
C S Andrews, route
C II Lilly route 4.
Mis Q P. Wagner,4 route .
Win. Patterson, Carthage route
Orin Harvey, Joplin.
It II. Wolf, route t.
N. II. Kelio, Carthage.
John Hamilton, route 3.
Mrs L P. DMier. St. Louis.
Y. Byers. Jmper.
Mis R S. Jarvi", Golden
J S, firesham, route 5.
Mrs. H C. Miller, Jopli.i.
Fred Gresh .m, Carthage route.
W. D. Boyer, p. catell". Idah .
norland Burkett, Greenfield.
!. E. Smith, Mone Vista. O)lo.
Fred J. Campbell, route 3.
Robert Lane. Jvporv
A. C. Crandull, Curl Junction.
George Whiiesel, Charleston, IH
Miss Mary B'ans, Burlington,
Mis. Stella Jcnion, Broken Arrw
Mniy Persinger Jplin
Andrew Grenham. Can hage route.
Mrs. L. J. Hen jetiMin, Janper.
C P. Walur, route $
Returned From Texas
C. V Holmes on 1 wife returned
last wtek from a year's, sojourn in
IYkhs, where Mr Huln-ta went
lvpim 1 In- eh inge would cure h
bronchial trouble, The Tcjcut, rh. :
mute improved his health consid
erably, but he ie:civvd a broken
leg last Sept' mt-r while handling
a Dorse and trie tract tuo lias not
'yet healed. Mr Holmes' friends
hope to see him about soon. They
are stopping at present with D. A
Holmes and family.
Keltner Horse Recovering.
The big bay 4- year old, one of
when ho lost lu& life a few days
igo, i'cm to bo gi fing well. Ti e
big fellow is prutty aore, hut the
soreness seems to be in the flesh
I and legs of his right side and a cut 1
on his back where he probably
canwuown on the end tv a tie or n
stone when he was thrown by the
engine. This team must have been
thrown 40 or 50 feet, and that they
were not both killed outright U a
Card of Thanks
' We wish to thank our friends
and neighbors for their kindness
and help dicing the sickness nnd '
death of our beloved husband and j
Mrs Polly Ann Kcehr.
Mrs, Mary E. Miller
School Bondf Diminishing. -The
Jumper school bonds arc le-
since (nnuary r, 101 1, This leave
tie small balance of $1400 unpaid
1 PresbylcriRti. Pastor Leaving.
Rev. A. K. Gurley moved hi.
i family and household effects last
week. to their farm near harcosie
MrvjGurley lias been pastor at this
chareo about a year and during
tvat time has j'rawn about htm a
j host of friends here who regret his
I departure. He wilt engnre in eva'n-
celitic work. Tho ehurrh here
has not engaced his successor.
I Letter from W. C. Kyle.
1 The following letter was received
,1 st week of Los An?l'S Cal . from
V C KUe. who with his family
form'rly lived northeast of Jasper
I mil was t thit time well known
to the people here:
i "Dear News: Please find inclosed
post-office order for $1 00, (or
j which extend my subscription a
I ye r We are all en jo ing good
I health and like our new home fine.
i The boys both have good positions
jand are doing well. They have
just completed si nice new home
, and are living in it."
1 The News enjoys recei.ing such
letters from its old friends, and
I the folks here at home arc glad to
I hear from those who have gont
Resolutions on the Death of
Jasper Lodge No. 488, 1. 0. 0. F.,
in regular meeting assembled,
I adopted the following resolutions
on the death of Brother John
Whereas it ban pliwsed tli OreRt
I Arohitict of the l.'niwrtw Ui rcmoo
1 from our miiit our late blusher, .lobn
1 IC toer, and
Vh'T.ft9 it is but just thst a (Htim
1 reenpiritiun o( bis many virtues ahou d
, (w bd 1'bre(or h it
Resu'ved. bt Jnspvr Lodtfe No t",
1. u. u i' , mat iui wo 11 w witl.
hambln sutmi3i'in to lh will of th,
Mot Uitih, h do not tbo less mourn
the los- of our brother;
Itwolvnl, 'liintin the deoh of Mm
Kltnr tbu Loilfro InineBIa tba Km nl
1 brother ho w.w eMir ready t in,tfi
ih" hand nf aid and Ih volco nf ini
t s'by to Ih" nei-Jy and ditreil of the
fratnri.it ; an netlv membir of ibr
Koniet.v villi! utmost enienvor worn
flri) (jt iti wp:faM and ptwperiiy;
ifouii aiu "omp '.iiion wnnaiu
tout all; a etlsn will's uprirflit rliI
Iniilili" I'l' v. Ma indard of cruu stion
to his f ' low :
Kesoh. I, il-it the hi- rfelt im.
, va'bv 1 f tlm JUiviae tin cxUmdnd to hi
.'mid;. i. t'- if iiillutiuu;
I Re.U'.t, i"
it tb'g n-ol i'ion lie
- .s!an,i tt ,,,,
iprfi 1 u,
(1, O'CorJ. of II n !.di:i
ihior oh ti'WMii, tti'd t
ibn fai'iil 'if iir tiei-ii il lirotht-r and
1 1 Ja-per N'jws for publie.ioon
h. W. Bcott,
.1. V. Bi-aio,
J. K. Hull,
and Druggists Sundries
Prescriptions ; Carefully gift
Stock foodn ami rognUtow, paints nnd
oilo, n fine liiw of jawelry, silvunvare,
and out glnw, bjilot rtiul; iu faut a
lino stook of tho bast gooiltj to Jm)
found in n ilrnir atotu
Stand by Ycur Town.
If ou j,l made up our n nd
to live in a to.n, then stand up
for it. and if you know positively
uo good, then 'ilenre is j,f-l 'en.
Do all you c in to help alonj' v
man who is tiinged in legitir- ,
business Du not send aw.i
everything niec you want an 1 t
expect the hi me man to suit c. 1 v
whim of one or two possible 1
chasers. The suc-ess of you.
low town-nun will be jou:
cess. Nu v 01 hveth to hi-i
andnoinan : "ineis inl ; - ,
dent of li. s 1
Take your 1 P.
imagine t1 1 s
all the son ' na ,
tie crevii l , -r s
sunshine .m ' -lit
the homi 1 q L
lies do n" !
abiue yo 1 i- p
ditference 1 . 1
faults f 1 1 ', e
throi a . a
critii The 1 .
er, c n do n, i 1
than 1 o go 1 11
in a i'i nt'u 1 m.
The All ha Hub
Alj. 1 clu'. . . y ..
noon w th M- ' n'
Roll Call 1 1:1
member by 1 3
novel, its jji .1
A less' 11 1 .1 l- 1 1 1
pines was i.'T.
Piano snl 1 V .1.
Paper b M.- ' Ci
Points in R' 1 , .
Readings, au 1
Book lover's ' '"
Mrs. Pitts g.. 1 ttre ;
story on the hf nth -
Refreshment 1 1 e
Mrs. Mary I
of J. W. and '
February 35, a'
son. .vie iiai dp
and was a patient s..
Tho funeral was h.ld av the it
school nous-, Rev. W. O. Tlur.
son of the Jasper M. E. C..u'
The remnns were laid w
in Waters Cemetcr.
Basket Ball Saturday Night
Carterville high schjl bi -
bill team will be up Saturi.
ni 'lit for a gan:t wiiu I iir
It will be ri.nit.iil'.i '1 1. " l
tervilb played Jaspei one ' ''
fasles; guuus ofthesea-vj !
recently anJ won by t'iK' 1 '
points. Jasper will try to wm "'.
game baek this time
A goud program willpreiedi. t
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