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8 Neighborhood News. 8
Written by our assistant editors. jP
Miss Gladys Ballakd.
Ruth Vaught visited Saturday
night and Sunday with Fanny
Alden Schell and Leonard Seela
took thcjrural'examination at the
High School building Saturday.
Grant Lemastcrs and family and
Miss Viva .Tnylor visited Hump
Campbell and family Sunday.
The Zion Sunday School gave
$10.25 t0 the flood sufferers.
J. F. Curt's and wife visited
Terry Gardner and family Sundiiy.
Harrison Waltz purchased a new
buggy last week.
Carrie Storbeck spent Saturday
night and Sunday with I s a 1
Harold Schocler and Bryan
Tiller spent Sunday with Floyd,
There will ba preaching at .Zion
next Sunday morning and even
ing. Eveiybody come.
Howard Gresham of De w e y
neighborhood and Edgar Strecker
spent Saturday nujht at Bachelor
V. R Schooler sold 144 head of
fat cattle to Tom Patterson Sat
urday to be shipped to Kansas
Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Alexander
of Dewey neighborhood visited A
A. Foster and family Monday.
Mrs. Radford of Jasper is spend
ing a few days with Mis E. E
Henry Covert is getting along
fine. He will soon be able to be
about as usual
Julia Strecker spent Sunday
with Herschel Radford and wife.
Mrs. Follmer is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Retta Lowenstein,
Henry Graham and family of
Barton county visited Alec. Keith
and family Sunday
Roy Bowers of Jasper and Ohs
Owings visited Virgil Carter Sun
day. Miss Lillian Magers leads the B
Y. I U next Sunday evening.
Several new members were taken (
in last Sunday evening. j
Otto Goddard and wife of Jas-'
per visited Cap Tiller and family
Leonard Keener bought a horse
of Harry Radford last week.
Mrs Wm. Jacobs and daughter
Marcella visited last week with the
former's parents, Frank Boots and
wife of Jasper.
Frank Wolf and wife and son
Wilbert, Marion Owings and wife
and son Glen, Jasper O.sings and
wife and daughter Marie and
Martha and Drayton Curtis were
the guests of C. V Ballard and
Leonard Keener and wife visited
the latter's parents, Tom Seal ami
wife of Jasper, Sunday.
Miss Aretha Baird of Jasper is
visiting Myra Tiller.
A very pleasant surprise was
given Miss Fern Powell last Fri
day when a large crowd came in
with well filled baskets in honot
of the last day of school at North
Star. A plenteous and pretty
. table soon awaited the crowd
The pupils, twelve in number,
presented their teacher with a
beautiful souvenir spoon. The af
ternoon was spent in music and
conversation. All report a most
Mrs. Waldron visited in Jasper
last week and attended the M. E.
conference at Carthage.
Homer Block closed his chool
at Bloomingdale lust Friday. The
patrons came in with well filled
baskets and a fine dinner was
spread. The afternoon was spent
with phonographic music and a
spelliilg match. A gift of $2 50
was divided among those pupils
that attended school every day.
They were, Harold Schooler, Ruby
'Strecker and George Isentnan.
A New Correspondent.
The News takes pleasure in in
troducing to correspondents and
the many readers of these columns,
Mrs. B E. Probert, who will write
the news from Liberty neighbor
Mrs May Matthews.
Jli Armstrong lini with her strong arm
.lust "Hit the nail right on thx head"
Shi' struck with prais oco nliv.
Initrail of wnl'ing to honor the dead.
This world is full of wear) folk,
Who never smell of a bouquet,
Hut oh, tho buds and llowers they Rett
hen silentl) the 're Inid an ay.
Dewey school closes Friday with
a dinner and a program.
Miss Keelcr promised a silver
dollar to every scholar who was
present and not tardv and she has
so far eight dollars to dispose of.
The names next week.
Miss Vanch Simmons spent a few
days visiting her brother Clarence.
Lester Carter of Carterville is
spending Sunday in Dcweytown
Arlo Estey and wife and Roy
Brock and wife attended church
services at Pleasant View Sunday
and heard Bro. Ferguson preach.
He was a former pastor who has
been away for a number of j ears
in the west
Vernon Matthews and wife spent
Sunday with Mrs. Blauth.
Doctors' visits are getting scarce
in Dewey so are Jack Frost's.
A sewing bee was held at the
Matthews home Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Altuea Armstrong.
King Winter's gone, and Spring is here,
I know it, oh, I know It,
List to her olce, within tho dell,
From jonder tuneful poet.
John Stansherry visited at J. C.
Mrs. Hattie Bishdp visited at
Allen Miller's from Saturnay until
Little Dorothy Res was quite
sick last week, but is now improv
ing C. S, Andrews plastered his home
Friday and Saturday. He was
assisicd by his brother-in law, Mr.
Brown, who lives noith of Jasper.
A pleasant social evening was
spent at the home of Mr and Mrs
Chas Woodiow last Friday Mu
sic on stringed instruments was
furnished by Messrs Miller of Indi
ana, who, with their mother are
visiting their brother Grant Miller,
north of Jasper. Luncheon was
served and the guests departed
well pleased and happy.
Wm Lyman and family, and
Mrs Mary Ljman visited Allen
Miller and wife Sunday.
James and Frank Ray were both
sick last week, but are better now.
Chas. Woodrow and wife were
among those picsent who enjoyed
some enlivening and pretty music
given by Miller brothers at the
home of Milo Butler Saturday eve
ning. II E Norris and wife visited at
R. P, Lane's Sunday afternoon.
Armat and Manford Duckett
spent Saturday and Sunday at J.
Mrs. Henry Graham and sons
Harry and Homer spent Sunday
afternoon at Alec Keith's
Fred and Hugh Phillips have re
paired Mrs. Ray's buggy shed,
which was damaged by the wind
Almond Quinn and Geo. Winter
spent Sunday afternoon with the
Earl Ray helped R. P. Lane
stretch wire Monday.
Mrs Charles Eltinc.
Mrs. Fred Mitchell icceived
word that her sister who lives in
Kansas is dangerously sick. Mrs.
Mitchell is going to her immediate-
Jack Neighbors and Mr. Kelso
I of the Halhvcod Sljcrtliom farm
neir Carthage were in our neigh
borhood Sunday viewing Mr Gu
lick's fine herd of Hereford.
Herbert Bopp of St. Louis visit
ed his brother Oliver at Mr. Gu
lick's last week
John Buzzard helped Fred
Mitchell dig a well last week.
Misses Ethel Masters and Marv
Yates spent Saturday and Sunday
with Myrtle Garrett.
Mrs. Milton and. Nina spent Sat
urday in Jaspcr.shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Wagner spent
Sunday with their son Clyde and
Charles Buzzard spent several
days in Carthage attending con
ference last week.
Will Budd and wife gave a wild
goose dinner Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. orkman and Mr. and Mrs
Lucas were among the guests.
Mr Mosier. who has been sick
for some time, is still very poorly.
Chas. Nett and family spent
Sunday with Chas Elting and
John Brown and wife spent Sun
day with Mrs. Brown's mother,
Theo. Mitchell and family spent
Sunday in Lamar visiting Mrs.
Mitchell s parents, Mr. and Mrs
Brown. Mr. Brown has been suf
fering with hear, trouble the past
Mrs. Chas. Elting spent Monday
and Tuesday with her mother,
Mrs J. W. Edwards.
A number from this neighbor
hood attended lyceum lecture in
Jasper last week.
Mrs. J. R. Hatcher.
(Some of the following items were
intended for last week, but were
delayed by high water )
Tom Miller and mother of Linden
Ind., are visiting the latter's son
Job Miller and family.
Joe Rand and wife of Esrom
spent Wednesday with Clint Rand
and family of Jasper.
Rosco Huffman of Springfield,
was shaking hands with old time
friends here Saturday and Sunday.
George Fowler and wife and son
Fred from near Lamar spent Sat
urday and Sunday at the J. R.
Hatcher and the Drue Sharp
John and Elder Frake spent Eas
ter with Steve Lucas and family.
Will Vorhies spent Saturday and
Sunday with home folks.
A partv was given at the A. Bee
son home last Wednesday night in
honor of their daughter Miss Cora,
it being her sixteenth birthday.
Adam Malone and family and
Misses Maud and Zella Wright
spent Easter with W Brown and
Oats sowing will soon be a thing
of the past, with the farmers of
Blue. Wheat is looking fine
A. Beeson and Drue Sharp were
hauling corn for Mrs. Alice Keltner
Sunday School and preaching
were well attended at Blue Sunday
John Wardlow. jr and Miss Mary
Condon of near Neck City are
spending a few days with their
cousins, Mrs. Drue Sharp and Mrs.
J R. Hatcher.
Mrs. Chas. Lilly i-alled on Mrs.
Ed Wardlow was away from
home on business last week.
Grandma King spent the latter
part of last week with John King
Arthur Mevius spent Sunday
away from home.
Harry Gunlock and family of
Joplin visited at A. Beeson's one
day last week.
Our rural mail carrier was un
able to make his full rounds lust
week on account of high wnters.
Frank Wardlow and family of
near Neck City spent Saturday
night and Sunday at A. Beeson's.
Steve Lucas and family spent
Sunday with John and Elder Frake
W. Brown and family spent
Sunday afternoon at the George
Paris Taylor helped Drue Sharp
a couple of days last week.
Mrs. Boyer called on Mis. A.
Beeson Friday afternoon.
Miss Cora Beeson is spending this
vrwfc sr the hfcrfe el Iter tfitcT?;
Gtorce Cnstlebury and wife near
Neck City, Mr, Castlebury being
sick with pneumonia
Oats sowing was delayed last
week on nc:ount of stormy weather
Mrs W. M. Wardlow is' visiting
John Waidlow and family and
other relatives near Neck City.
Mrs H C Ruckel visited friends
in Jnsptr lat week
Preaching at Blue next Sunday
at 2 p m.
Mrs B E I'KoiihRT.
Miss Stella Thomas has been un
able to teach at Liberty for several
days. corgc Campbell of Zion
has charge of the school during her
Volna Cearnal was in Golden
J. S Corder and wife spent Sun
day with Tom McCalls near May
flower. Mrs Frank Bradley called at Mr.
Hale's Sunday evening.
J. A. Piobert and family were
guests of Oscar Follmer's Sunday.
Miss Vola Meadors spent Monday
afternoon with Miss Aimer Cearnal.
Mrs. Estep has been staying
with her sister, Mrs Hale helping
her care for their baby who has
been sick. Mi Hale's baby has
been very ill during the past week
but is much better this morning
Will Vaught was in Dudenvillc
Mrs. Ed Conroy has been on the
sick list Her daughters Mrs
Glen Cartright and Mrs. Lewis
Hartley have been slaying with
Dudley Elting and family spent
Sunday evening at G. M. Jacob's.
Mrs T. M. Gardner is better at
Miss Edna Davis.
John Faskin of Guthrie, Okla ,
visited R E. Gresham and family
Geo. Hay and family visited Dan
Faith at Jasper Sunday.
R E. Grejham ami family, Ken
ney Miller and family, Mr. Mackey
and family, and John Faskin visit
ed Oscar Fasl.in and family Sun
day. S. B Shoopman and wife visited
Ben Johnson and wife
Mr Cowherds have a very sick
John Gresham and family visit
ed Amos Harvey and family Sun
day. Basil MrCIintocklostanice little
Harvey GriiTin and wife are the
proud parents of a baby boy born
Ethel Cro.v visited Mr Johnson's
Mrs. Sterling and niece, Miss
Fern Patrick, visited Mrs. Karls
Mrs Lulens visited her daughter
Mrs Homer Watupler, Sunday.
D. II. Womplcr and wife visited
Mr. Cowherd's Sunday afternoon.
R. E Gresham was a Carthage
T II. B. Bell was a business
caller in our neighborhood Satur
J. C. WCBHER.
Mrs Griffitts has been staying
with Mrs Sam King of Blue Star
neighborhood for the last two or
M. T. Grider and wife went to
Cartlnge Saturday and returned
U. S Hatfield and wife, and
daughter Gertie, visited at Earl
Churley Grimm visited with
Pennis and Davis Grider Sunday.
Grace Crow missed three duys ol
school last week on account of
high wa'erin Conn Creek.
The Daynngcr's visited Geo.
Joe Carnes visited Mr. Dayring
er Sunday evening.
Notice of Pinal Settlement
Notion h h'-rtilij given to nil creditors
and nil others i terested In the estate
of Joseiih Catber dtoeased, that L
Elizabeth Cnther. executrix of said
estate, intend to make final settb-ment
thereof nt the next t-rm of tho Probate
Court of Jasper County, State of Mis
souri, to bo held at Carthage on tho l'-tU
day of May, lUU.
First joiblteatfon March ?7 It
Newsy Notes From Our Big,
Busy Hardware Store
Chas Stith bought an Emerson
.Chas. Lilly purchased chicken
Bob Wolf bought galvanized
pipe last Saturday.
W. G Law bought Royal Amer
ican fencing last week.
C. J. Awick purchased poultry
wire at our store Saturday.
Andrew Gresham bought an Old
Trusty incubator Saturday.
Mr. Mosier and A II. Chne pur
chased chicken wire Saturday.
We sold John Gresham a collar
pad and other hardware last week.
We sold J. J. King one of our
fine rubber tired buggies Saturday.
J. 0. Buster purchased a double
tree and other hardware Saturday.
Mary IJ. Lyman bought screen
wiic and other hardware Saturday.
Mrs J. M. Rex purchased barb
wire and other hardware Saturday.
Roydan Seidncr purchased sheep
shears and other hardware Satur
day. U. j. Lauderbaugh bought a
good road cart at our place last
H. Iv. Ballard was among our
Customers for chicken wire last
Bob Wolf was in Saturday and
bought chicken wire and other
We sold W. C. Mackey a Dia.
mond Edge axe and other hard
Mrs. Will McClintock bought a
Kayo lamp and other hardware
J IJ. Estep purchased a wash
ing machine, buggy pole and a bill
! f hardware Saturday
J. F. Blase purchased a One
Minute gasoline engine and power
washer last Saturday,
W. M. Miller joined the crowd
here last Friday and bought barb
wire and other hardware,
A. A. Patterson bought a pump,
Royal American and barb wire
and other hardware Saturday.
C E Martin and Willis Means
were among our Saturday custo
mers, buying barb wire and other
Arthur Cline, Wm. Casebolt, J.
S. Seela, Ben Johnson, II. J. Stans
herry, John Hartley, T. K. Stith,
G W. Brown and A. J. Smith
were among our valued customers
the past week.
LEADERS One-Minute gaso
line engines, One Minute power
washers, St. Louis buggies (car
just received), De Laval separa
tors, Emerson gangs and sulkys.
I t.V1 t lIUUIbt UltU VUillllUtO, IllVib
Spread cultivators (best cultivator
on the market), Old Trusty incu
Keep your eye on
this column from
week to week and
see what your
Coughs and Consumption
Couchs and colds, when neglected,
always lead to serious trouble of the
lung. The wisest thine to do when you
hato a cold that troubles you Is to get a
bottle of Dr. King's Now Discovery
You will Ret relief from tho first dose,
and finally the oougb will disappear.
O. II. lirown. of Muscadine, Ala.,
writes: "My wife was down in bed with
an obstinate cough, and I honestly be
lles 0 had it not been for Dr. Kings.
New Discovery, she would not be living
todoy" Unovrs fcr forty-threo joars
as ire uen reined) icr cugb at a
.colds I'rico GOo and 11.(0. Itecom
rmrtdVd By U. J. PlltV.
Mr. Meekton's Mean Idea.
"Why did you lnslot on having your
wife Join tho Suffragette Club?" "He.
cnuBO," replied Mr Meokton grlmb
"I want to bco that Buffragetto Club
get nil tho troublo that's comlne to
London Laroely Dulit on Marsh.
Abundant eWdonco ns to the marshy
nature of tho ground upon which a
largo part of tho city of London ae
originally built la etlll to bo discover
ed In such names as Keucliuriu
street, Flnbury und Moornelds.
Love of Dooki.
Dook love, ray friends, Is your pass
to tho greatest, tho purest and tho
most perfect pleasure that God has
prepared for his creatures. It lnoti
when all other pleasuro fade. It will
support )ou wiicr. nil other recrea
tions ore gone. It will last you until
your death. It will makoyour houm
pleasant to you as long aa you live
Dr. V. II. HENDRICKS
Docs a general office practue
but will make
A SPECIALITY Ol-
Chronic Diseases and
Every instrument necessary
for examining the Eyes and
testing them for glasses; Nebu
lizer for treating Ear, Nose,
Throat aud Lungs. Galvanic
and Faradic Electricity. Ad
juncts to the
Treatment of Diseases of Women
and Chronic Diseises in General.
I do no surgery. Practice lim
ited to office hours, 9 to 11.30
Special Bxamlnationsby Appointment
Tot to way Third
STANDARD BRED SIALLION
Dark bay, 16 1 4 hands high
weighs 1300 lbs., extra strong
boned, good legs, fine head, excel
lent disposition, and the finest
of any road horse in the State
Tottoway Third was sired by
Tottoway Jr., he by Tottoway,
sire of Johnie Smoker, also sire ot
more than 40 in the 2 30 list. ;
Dam, Topsy, sired by Elcinshiu,
second dam. Western Bell, that
took first premium for three years
at Wichita fair in pacing ran
with a record of 2.1a. Tottoway
Third has trotted his mile in m
For size, disposition, quality and
speed fail not to sec this stallion.
Large Mammoth Blue Jack, 3
years old, 15 J hands, standard
measure, sired by large black jack
owned by Iscnhour of Lamar, he
by Mammoth Imported Jack
Dam, Large Mammoth Jennet
shipped from north Missourn to
Barton County and known ns the
This young jack has plenty of
substance, extra good body, good
feet, large head and cars, and U
one of the best boned jacks in the
Black jack with white points,
6hown as the Bedell jack. Dock
sired the top of II. O. Earl's mule
To insure living colt. Tottona
Third Sio, Blue John $1 a; Dock $8
Should a maie be sold, traded,
removed, or about to be removed
from the neighborhood, season
money at once becomes due and
collectable and will be collected.
Lien on mate and colt for service
money. Care be taken to prevent
accidents, but will not be respon
siblc should nny occur. No ser
vice on Sundays Morning dates
held untill 9 o'clock and afternoon
dates untill 4 30.
B. II. FOLLMER, Owner and
Keener. Five miles cast and one
south of Ja3per. 3-4 miles south of
Zfan church. Call home phone
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