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ARTHUR F. DRAKE, Publisher.
Vol. 16, No. :il.
JASl'HR, MO., THURSDAY, APRIL , 1M18.
EVERYBODY'S DOING IT.
The following appointments were
made at the Methodist conference
at Carthage last week for the com
W I' Jones, superintendent.
Alb i and Mount Marian, Amos
Anderson, J. V. Stewart.
Avilla. C O. Crocket.
Butler, Claude S Hanby.
Butler circuit, to be supplied.
Ctrl Junciion. J. B Moote.
Curtervllle, V Frank Baker.
Carthage Samuel Blair.
C.irthage circuit, Chas. Henson.
Hume. C C Hull.
lanthu, to be supplied.
Jasper, W. 0 Thompson.
Joplin Bjers Avenue. H. B.
Foster: Central Avenue, P. E.
Bingmnn: Chitwood and Epwortb.
D. Mullory: First Church. H. A.
Lamar, Walter E. Brown,
liberal. W R. Woodward.
Moundville, G. A. Deitrich.
Nashville. Wm. Gerald Rector.
Nevada, I F. Odom.
Neosho, W. K. Chattem.
Oronogo and Neck City, W. L.
Rich Hill, E R. Horton.
Sarcoxie. Mills M. Anderson
Seneca. Elza N. Garrett.
Sheldon and Milo, J. W Osmond.
Spurgeon, E L. King.
Webb City. John W. Coontz.
Webb City circuit, to be supplied.
Now, let's nil get behind the
mayor and council and back them
up in every move they make for a
bigger and better Jasper.
First National Bank
Resources over $200,000.
In Many Different
INGERIE WAISTS that aiv possible but oneo u
have provided MUSLIN UNDKRWICAR that
or okirts and wnints of the piesent fashionable
spring styles. Ladies' tailored ready-to-wear dresses in
Jackson Corsets and
Progressive Skirts are
made for the women
who care. 000
Alpha Club Meeting
The Alpha Club met Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. D
The lesson study was on ''Schools
Twelvo members responded to
roll call with thoughts from great
The lesson review was on "Life
and Customs of the Quakers "
"Resolved that college educa
tion is meeting the demand of
modern life." Mesdames Triplett
and Campbell took the affirmative
and Mrs Watcrbury and Miss Fox
the negative. The judges were.
Mesdames Josephine Gurley and
Hamburg and Miss Beebe, who
decided in favor of the atlirma
A dainty luncheon was served
by Misses Mary Triplett and Nellie
Misses Beebe and Triplett added
to the pleasure of the occasion
with instrumental music.
Former Pastor Here.
Rev. W T Ferguson pastor of
the M. E. Church here 10 jears
ago, will be here the latter part of
the week and will preach at Bethel
Sunday morning and at the Jas
per M. E. Church Sunday evening.
Mrs. Josephine Gurley and
children from. Springfield are visit
ng H. F. pox and Miss Nora.
Dr. Knott reports the birth of a
boy last Saturday to T. II. Griffin
and wife, who live jj milts south
No Opprsition to the Citizens
Ticket Ever j body Seems
Tuesda) 's ekction was virtually
held last Fri lav night when the
citizens' mass ni.tting was held
and officers were nominated for
the .-arious offices.
The proposition to extend the
city limits crriel almost unani
mously, there beintj but seven
votes ngainst it out of 10S votes
On account of the fact that but
one ticket was before the voters,
ami it a most satisfactory one, the
vote was very light
The following officers were
A II. LuglieaJ, mayor.
J. A. Wine, councilman, cast
Homer Bayne, councilman, west
J A. Ward, citv marshal.
L. T. Watcrbury, collector.
C. L. ILiyzlett treasurer.
T B. IIardawa,C. L Hajzlett.
J. W Bruwn, school directors.
The Go cent tax levy for school
purpose. rairied, as usual.
A newspaper which can be eat
en after the information it con
tains is absorbed, thus affording
nourishment for the body as well
as ihe mind, is being published in
Paris, and is called the Regal. It
is piinted with an ink or cororing
guaranteed lion-poisonous, on thin
sheets of dough
Another fieak newspaper, the
Lummaria, i published in Madrid
The ink with which it is printed
contains a small percentage of
phosphorous, so that the letters
are visible m the dark, and the
reader does not need to make a
light to enjoy its contents.
At two French seaside resorts
newspapers called 'I.c Courier des
Bangueurs and La Naide are piint
ed on nates tiroof paper, so that
the subsciiber can take his morn
ing paper with him into the sea
and enjoy reuding it while bath
In Paris a paper is called Le
Mouchoir, is printed on paper such
as Japanese napkins arc made of
and may become useful in case
the reader has forgotten or lost
his handkerchief. Baltimore Sun.
Don't fail to call The News man
on the phone when you want to
talk advertising or printing. We
will be glad to come to see you.
Have you noticed the label on
your paper lately? Is your sub
Bill Crandall Wants His Rifle.
The party who borrowed my
rifle will please return it at once
and save trouble for both of us.
year, just in time for the warm
is a real aid to the fashionable filling of one piece dieses
time. BROWN'S WHITE HOUSE SHOES in snappy
silk and linen. ::::::
rad Merc. Co
With a united citizenship, coop
erating together freely for the ad
vancement and progress of the
town Jasper would make surpris
ing growth in a single year. We
now have a grand little town, set
in n veritable garden spot, but we
have not been growing as we ought
to grow and as the location and
surroundings of the town entitle us
Tom Patterson bought 144 head
of fat steers of W. R. Schooler
Saturday and shipped the same to
Kansas City. This bunch of cat
tie was mostly of white faced
stock and had gathered about as
much fat as would stick to them
They will come very close to topp
ing the market.
Miss Mayme Bell of this city has
returned from Lamar, where she
went to attend an Easter enter
tainment at the clubrooms of that
city Monday night of last week.
She was accompanied home by
her friend. Miss Helen Trice of
J. II. Thacker was thrown from
a buggy Tuesday and was quite
badly hurt, receiving a fracture of
two ribs and other injuries. His
physician expects him to be out
in a few days.
F. V. Rumble and wife went to
Carthage yesterday, where they
will remain indefinitely in order
that Mr. Rumble may receive treat
ment from a physician there
Rev. Mr Kirk of Holden, a
former pastor of the M E. Church
here, stopped over with J. K.
Wells and wife Monday, on his
way home from conference.
and Druggists Sundries
Stock foodYnnd regulators, pniiits and
oils, n fine lino of jewolry, Bilvorwaru,
ami cut glas-i, toilet artielus; in fnut 11
fine stock of tho bust goods to lw
found iu a drug store.
days of spring. e
Ten Years Ago in Jasper. j
Wes Spaid, Elmer Lauderbaugh.
Tom Harda.vay, ("has Spencer,
Chas. Leis, C.uson Baker, Beit
Rhoids, and Cliff Palmer went to
Lamar Sunday morning to see the
wreck at the Missouri Paciti? and
The Jasper High School Alumni
met with Kathleen McMahan Fri
Ross Oodd, D W. Wamplcr. and
I. Y. By ers are among the jurors
for the April term of court.
Rev. Mr. Ferguson, pastor of the
M. E Church lectured Monday
night on ' Coal Mining in the An
Will Peterson, the popular clerk
at Hastings, bought the Stratton
residence property on South First
J. W. Bowman, well known fr
mer southeast of town brought
two hogs to town this week and
received Si t for them. They
weighed 885 pounds.
The Russell Lumber Co. estab
lished a yard here this wtek on the
lots west of the M. E. Church South.
The proposition to issue bonds
to the amount of S7,8oo, for the
purpose of building a new school
house for Jasper will be voted on
Bert Crandall, Clarence Robin
son, Clarence Simmons, and Mn"Stin
Stith sM?ut Sunday with Chovct
Riddle in the Sheridan neighbor
hood. I Y. B ers and Jake Wine and
families of Lynnland spent Sunday
E I. I.audeibaugh, owner of tlu
Jasper telehopne system, U p'.ann.ng
an extension of his lines.
II L. Tallmon is building a fine
8-room house wett ot the depot
Ninety-two Subscribers Paid in
Match - New Subscribers Re
corded Almost Daily.
It would br wcllfjr aiUiiu ers
to scan the following list oi . ib-
a.,w.o, ... ori.r.i 1111HI) i'.a
1 that The es subscripts Ii.t
is made up of the best class in M.e
, communitv, the cla1-! that a hi-
hsers most dtsire to reach 1 i.e
fol owing are the new and oll S
kcrilxrs who nd tubs nii
W. C. Kle, I.' s Angeles ji
G. H. Johnson, city.
Oneta 1'attft son, city.
A. L Thomas route 5
Frank Uuiigi, route 1
Wm. Mom r, route 1.
lohn S Hartley, ruu' 2
Eerut Peardoift, V rrcnsui'
I II Peai dor IT, cit
W L. Cat Ur, route 1
Win. Redmond, ci
W. H Cae rout'
Robert Ht rlon '
W N Cams. Car rout.
Frank Isentnan 1
Mrs E L Tho y
H A. Ringer
N A. Macke
B B Moore
St James II
Mrs. Geo. I I
E W. Sw ,
A. E Am
Chas. V t
H E Ra ' , l
J. E. Yuti
D. B Taj. . .
Levi M1I1 1
T P. W
W. E u
Mrs. Nl! el l 1 t, ute
A E. Ra 1 ;
C. R Dun' .
C H. Keen
Mrs. I) O 1
J. C Grc -1 .
S. B. Law
J W Law U
Mason Met h t k
Dr. Lear. Cn v
A. Hambu '
Jesse Kell . B '
ohn J Km..
W. A Sw.e
C. C. Alge i
C E. Holn - "
A. V Sch tt 1 r
Mrs. Mari'.i.t W '
Ben Gearifc. : uu
II R Goodn r e ;
Mrs C Embree . t .
I. II Kauffman. ro-te ;
Jasper Owing, Carthage unto.
Dan Johnson, city
Fred Mitchell, route 2
W. N. Keener, route 1.
C. S La Force Glendale, Ariz.
H W Patterson, Augusta, III
II O Earl, route 1.
A H. Dray, Petaluma, Cal.
M. L. Arner. city.
Geo W. Craig Tuscc'a, III
Ro Boucher, Kansas, City
C II. Heftner. En.d. 0!h
T. L. Busby. Carthage route
T V. McSchooler. Louiswlle III.
D H..Bedell. route 1
C. E Campbel', Columbus, Kans
Mrs Thos. Hackett, route 1
Mrs J S. Thompson, city
G. W Murphy, route j,
S. A Estey. Carthage.
Norris Crumm, route 5.
Ilarve Coiner, route 3.
Wm, Greenwood, Carthage.
Rene Luca-. route 4
Miss Emma Busby, city.
U S Hat held. Jopltn.
Mis M. Stonehocker. route 2
J II Murphy, route 3
J S Nichols, Lamar.
Rovdan Seidner, route 5
, A. T Dean, route 1.
Henry Winder, route 1.
Orville Winder. Independence,
Jasper Rice, Carthage. Mo.
I McCamn. Eureka. Kansas.
T A. Probert, route 1.
Chas. Ward, city.
Why dm't you go to the Tall
man Feed Store for best Flour and
Feed and n square deal? 31-tf
Saturday. April 5th, 1913. we
will give ou 4 cans of sweet corn
for jjc- Get busy.
J. D Harulr.
Good morning. Mr J. W. Coop,
what do -ou think is the best
' Buggy to buy? "Why. I bought
a Racine of Webb Bros I know
they sell tho good kind."
Found Fur Neck Piece
A fur neck piece was left at the
M. E. Church at the time of the
Jacob Buerge funeral. Owner cao
i recover same at parsonage.