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title: 'The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, July 10, 1913, Image 1',
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Mr. Merchant: There is
Mr. -Men-hunt. Theiu is
no other ay tn roach your
trade so cheaply and ellicient
ly as through the Xe,
no other way to reach your
trail i' mi cheaply and ellicient
ly as through The News.
AUT11UH F. DRAKE, Publisher
.JA.M'KI!. MO., TJU'KSDAY, Jl'LY H, 1'JIU.
Vol. l.r, No. If..
A Name In the Sand."
Alone 1 walked the ccoan strand;
A Krly shell was in my hand;
I toiMnd and wrolo uron the Bind
M) niiniB thoear the day.
8 nnward from the 8ot I passed,
(me liDRcrinif look behind I cast;
A untecamo rolling high and fust
nd ivathed my linos away.
rnl " mrthoiiRht, 'twill sbottlv bo
vl ith pmtj mark on earth from me:
wi of dark oblivion' sea
v ill sweep acros tho place
W ( r- I have trod the sandy shore
(if time, and been, to be no more,
(if in, my day the namo I bore,
T li-avo no track nor trace.
nl vet, with Him who counts the sands
n.l bM4 the water in his hands,
I i,n w a lasting record stands
Ini-nbed against my name,
i ir ml this mortal part has wrought,
if all this thinking soul has thought
nl frotn these (looting moments caught
l ir glory or for shame.
Forage Fed Pigs Profitable.
valuable little pamphlet en-
i iJ"Rape as a Supplement to
i n ' has just been gotten out
! he Agricultural. Department
i 'he Missouri Pacific Iron Moun
t mi This circular was issued and
i being distributed to farmers
.1 nu the lines of tho road, in view
i he recent drought and consc
i nt damage to the corn crop in
ny sections of the West and
utnwest it shows the proper
i me to plant rape and the meth
is to be used in sowing to obtain
' u best results, and points out
' e advantages to be gained by a
ncious use of this forage in the
'u ding of sheep and hogs. Fig
ires obtained in tests at the Iowa
i.penmenl btation arc given
v Inch show that, compared with
i igs fed in dry lot, forage fed pigs
increased profits more than five
' Id in many cases.
Clyde Waller Goes to Joplin.
Clyde Waller has sold his stock
in the First National Bank to
1 )hn Robb and has bought stock
in the Independent Candy Mann
ta turing Co. at Joplin, for which
nrm he will act as office man.
Mr. Wallar has been with the
bank for 1 6 years, acting for many
years as assistant cashier and in
later years a.s cashier. He owns
considerable property in Sarcoxie
which he retains.
He has been active in the affairs
ot the city and held a place on the
school board which will now be
vacant He feels that he is im
proving his prospects by the
change and this is the only thing
which reconciles his friends to his
loss to this community. No one
was held in higher esteem. Sar
Luther Arnold Dead.
Luther Arnold, formerly of Jasper
but in recent years identified w. it li
various business interests at Oro
nogo, died at the latter plate last
Saturday and was buried at the
Jasper Cemetery Monday.
As a young man Mr. Arnold
worked here live years for Webb
Uros. At that time he had a wide
acqaintanre lure and many friends
After going to Oronogo he studied
pharmacy and engaged in the drug
business. Later he was connected
with the bank and other business
interests of Oronogo He had
been married twice, having married
sisters, the Misses Wilton who
lived here at one time.
Mr. Arnold had been suffering
from uracmic poisoning for some
time and while on his way to bus
iness after dinner Saturday he fell
and struck his head on a stone, so
injuring himself that his death fol
lowed in a few hours.
Webb City Masons had charge
of the funeral and many friends
from Oronop.o. Webb City and Jop
lin occupied the 20 autos that fol
fowed the remains to their last
resting plate. A number from
Jasper went to Oronogo for' the
Jasper Celebrates at Carthage
A large number oOhe people of
Jasper and community went to
Carthage to celebrate Indepen
dence Day One hundred and
sixty went to Carthage and Joplin
on the trains and many farmers
and their families drove down and
others went in autos.
Carthage gave a good exhibition,
the principal features of which
were the floral parade in the morn
ing and the aeroplane thghts in
the evening. The county seat
was crowded in the morning but
after the parade many went by
street car to Lakeside to enjoy the
baseball game and other features
Carthage did a good job hand
ling the crowds and nobody had
any complaint to make, so far as
Missouri Leads all States in Ore
The output of lead, fuppir, sil
ver, and ir 11 ore of Missouri, for
the year 101 j, was worth $3 1,958
The News From Zion.
MlSS (iLMUS HM.LAKD.
Mrs Harry Miller of Joplin, iv
visiting J M Sanford and family
Hnsel Carter has began taking
s j i, according to a bulletin on the I music lessons of Miss Uma Webb
mineral recources uf the state, is-'of lasper Rev. C. W. Sample
sued by Commissioner lohn T
Fitzpatrick of the bureau of labor
statistics. In quantity and value
of both lead and zinc ore, Missouri
again led all states Idaho formerly
in first rank for lead, coming in a
poor second, and Colorado holding
second place for zinc, but the
imount mined being only a third
of the output of Missouri
and family of Jasper, and Mrs.
Herrmston of Cnrtorwlle and Will
Clouser and family spent the 4th
picnicking at the home of Alex
Keith Win. Baird and wife of
Lakeside, spent several days at
the home of Cap. Tiller and fam
ily. Gladys Ballard spent a few
dajs with her grandmother, Mrs.
III. M Harkerol Carthage. Stella
To afford an illustration rif the 'Strccker spent a couple of days
lead and zinc output of Missouri ', with her cousin, Alma Copeland
in 19 1 2, the commissioner states
it would take tho gold production
of California, Nevada, Idaho and
of Carthage Mrs F. I. Schooler
and children arc spending a few
weeks at the home of the former's
Washington to pay for the yield, j father, J. D Clarkson of Carthage.
The money the mine owners de I Mis J.F.Curtis visited Salur
rived in liju, from the ores men- day and Sunday with Terry Gard
tioned would have bought the com- tier and family. Ralph Sutton of
bined wheat crop of Missouri and I Carthage visited over Sunday with
Iowa last year. j Charley Walters and family John
Most of the zinc Missouri annual Isenmnn has returned home from
ly places on tho tmrket comes from 1 his visit at St. Louis. Most of our
Jasper County, but St Francois, people attended the 4U1 celebration
Lawrence, Jefferson. Newton, Mad
ison, Greene, Howell and Barry
Counties have deposits and make
shipment At Henley, Cole Coun
ty, a few miles from Jefferson City
at Carthage Lakeside and Joplin
Rev. T. W. Medearis and Rev
Dewitt Sankey were guests of Joe
Powell and family Sunday Edna
Ifyiltard took dinner with Henry
a pocket of zinc was encountered JCovert and family Sunday. -Trent
last year and 40 000 pounds mine
cd and shipped to smelters
St Francois County furnishes
most of Missouri's yearly produc
lion of lead, but mineral exists in
paying quantities in Jasper, Mad
ison, Green, Jefferson, Stoddard,
Washington, Lawrence. Newton,
Miller, Cole, Franklin, Carter,
Wayne, Phelps, Crawford, Moni
teau, Shannon, and a dozen other
Piercy, Jessie Johnston, Porter
Hirby and Sylvia Binney celebrat
ed the 4th at Forest Mills. Will
Vaughl and wife and daughter,
Dena were entertained by Chas.
McDonald and family of Duden
ville Sunday. Basil McClintock
wws 'cen climbing the hill cast of
Zion Sunday evening Elmer
Fine Rain Sunday.
A splendid rain fell here Sunday,
coming up from the south and
southeast and passing north and
northwest. This is the first good
rain Jasper has had for probably
00 days but other sections about
us have been favored during that
period, in several instances good
rains coming wi hin three miles
Corn looks fine at this lime, ex
cept in a few limited areas where
the bugs have gotten in and the
rains have failed to come Out
west and a little northwest of
Jasper the corn does not look as
gcod as it does elsewhere, but even
there it can stand another week of
dry weather if rain comes then
-There is one thine coming out
plainly this year, and that is. that
farmers are more and more rcnliz
ing the value of continual workinp
in the corn during dry weather,
thus conserving this moisture in
the ground Many a farmer has
told us the past two weeks that
his corn was standing the drought
better than he ever saw it before.
but he generally adds, "I've worked
that corn over four, five or six
times," as the case may be. Some
of the farm papers assert that
Missouri cornfields never before
received the attention that they
have received this summer.
As we go to press (Wednesday)
it looks very much like rain again.
A little more rain from now on and
Jasper County will raise a fine
corn crop for 1913
Married at Lamar.
Otis Marsh and Miss Carrie M
Snvder went to Lamar last TucS'
Foster and wifa. Ora. Hazel and Jay and wcro married at tho Pros
JS .... ... , r . I litnriuii nircnnntlB 111' tho nStO
Kaymontl I'oster.anu tiazci carter
spent a few days with relatives at
The 191: production of lead ore j lakeside Will Lamey spent a
was 17S.S0S tons and the value ifcW days with relatives in Carthage
SiO.ogS, no, 'the 1910, 161,019 tons, Mrs. Retta Lowenstein and
worth Si 4,169,408 daughter Edna of Carthage, Miss
The silver of Missouri is extract- Cook of Paris, Texas, visited a few
cd from the lead ores of Madison days with Mrs Follmer and son
County Madison, Crawford and ' Herbert. Charley Daniels of Al
George Mosier Dies.
George Mosier, a farmer living
in tne Diamond neignoonioou,
died Tuesday -night of some chron
ic trouble after a long illness.
Mr. Mosier had been in this sec
tion of Missouri many years and
was well known and had many
friends in the community in which
Wayne Counties contain copper
deposits and produced the 1912
The production of zinc ore for
exandcr. Ohio, formerly of Dewey
neighborhood, and Miss Grace
Greenwood of Dewey visited at
Chas. Ballard's Sunday. Julia
bytcriun parsonage by the pastor
of that church at Lamar.
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh arc two of
our best known yount; people, the
bride being the eldest daughter of
W..F. Snyder and wife, and the
groom a son of Thos Marsh and
wife. Their many friends have
been showering them with con
gratulations and good wishes the
past week. They will continue to
make their home in Jasper,
The Airdome picture show will
be in operation Thursday and Sat
I9t2 was a record breaker, com 1 Strecker spent a few days with her
pared with the output year by j ister, Mrs Dan Johnson of Jas
Where Did Money Originate?
Money originated in tho Ark. The turtlo camo
in with a greenback, the duck had a bill, tho leopard
showed several ten spots, tho skunk .had ascent, and
when the alligator yawned there was a draft.
Since money originated so long ngo, what have
you to show for the time spent.
"We are not runuing an Ark, but we will be
pleased to take care of your funds and put your dol
lar to work for you.
First National Bank
year since 1907. lhc previous
record was in 1909. when the pro
duction amounted to 130,162 tons,
and the value Si4,os7.49&- Tne
1911 output was 122 515 tons and
the worth $13,966,719.
Patterson - Hammond Marriage
Clarence Hammond and .Miss
Esther Patterson surprised a large
number of their Jasper friends last
Thuisday by going to Carthage
and being married there by the
pastor of the Christian Church.
Mr. Hammond is one of Jasper's
best known business men and a
young man of sterling character
His bride is the daughter of Win
Patterson and wife who live South
of Jasper, a young lady who is
loved and admired in her large cir
cle of friends.
Mr. Hammond had bought the
Hatfield place in the north part of
town and had furnished the same
for the reception of his bride, where
they are now at home to their
To Those Who Owe Us.
It requires a good deal of cash
to handle meats of all kinds, as we
do, and we hope those who are in
debt to us will come in and settle
If everybody would pay promptly
as many of our customers do, we
wonld not be forced to resort to
the cash system when selling, but
we must have the cash. Those
who have unpaid accounts of long
standing with us know who this
notice is intended for.
per J 1. Uurtts and tatniiy cele
brated the 4th at Lamar. John
Schooler, accompanied by Wes
Spaid, went to Joplin Monday and
brought home his new auto, a five
p-isscnger Ford. The boys had
quite a little fun at his expense
but John got his ear alright
Oscar Follmer and wife. Dye Sun
derland and family, Mrs. Retta
Lowenstein and daughter and Miss
Cook were entertained by Mrs.
Follmer and son Herbert Sunday.
Mrs. Hamp. Campbell's niece
and nephew of Illinois made them
a visit over Sunday. Rev. T. W.
Medearis preached at Zion Sunday
morning, after wimh there was
baptizing on H. N. Covert's place
Rev. Dewitt Sankey preached in
the evening Walker Hubban
and family called at B. F. John
son's Sunday. Clint Lemastcrs
and family visited Hamp. Camp
Sells Fine Horse.
As a result of the Fourth of July
celebration J. B. flrosius sold to J.
Berry King of Talequali, Okla., a
fine Captain Jupiter three-year-
old colt for S300. Mr. King was
nidce of the flower parade and
saddle horses. The horse sold was
"H G. T." raised by Henry Tang
Mr. Brosius has purchased one
of Mr. Tangner's fine McKinney
four-year-olds and is driving it in
place of the horse sold. Carthage
Band Concert, Juty 12.
The President Mackie Beyer
Arab's Dream Kendall
Little Dutchess Riecius
Silver Threads Amone tho Gold
Love and Roses Cibulka-Dau!t
Electric Pat k Overture Southwell
V. Matthews, Director.
Card of Thanks.
1 M.h lo sincerely thank those
who so nobly and kindly gave me
their aid and sympathy during the
illness and at the doth of my be
loved wife. C W IIolmhs
ELEVEN YEARS AGO.
The News in Jasper in the Eaily
Part of July, 1002.
Jasper business men played 1 i'l
against the regular team and I t
their game. The business n n s
team was liiud up as follov -Lynn
Monroe, catcher, Ch:i
Butts, pitcher, Chas Spaid, ti t
base; Omer Webb, second b.ii
Thos. Lowe, third base, John .
Logan Bayles, shrt stop. 1 rank
Peisen, R W. Sheets and Jo in H.
Hall in the outheld.
Dell Cather an 1 Miss at 1
Correll were married Sundov I've i
ing by Rev. L M Phillips.
John Milton fell f 1 om ' 1 b,.iw
loft at the James I'utU ,
five miles wtst, am" 1 ii I
severe injury to his rigl -1 il U r
R. L Roberts, l v 1 i
and R. R Lam k '
Eastern District 1) . ( 1 -
volition at Cait1 . I V
Spaid was narm d (r 1 1
Jasper to the St mi
The Fourth wa j 1
Jasper, most of o 1 , jm
to Lamar and Car'
El Lauderbauh ' l
attended the St.i !' ia
Convention at !
Mr Leiss is n n
3,500 bushels of nr
Ho estimates the
about Jasper at 35 1
acre, lhe grain te t
60 pounds to the bu '
60 cents for No 1 gr,
Ernest Crawford, , .1
Mrs Geo. Peisen. fell mti
at Coon Creek Tuesday .1
his left arm.
J. W. Spaid pun ho
K. Frenner propcity '
Main Street last week.
C. Lace Eiubae am' M,
St. John were rnarrie-' v
evening at the home
Mrs. Clark Embree, I'
Phillips performing tin.
Mark Ouillen an ' v
Tulsa. Ind. Ter , vinU 1
here this week
. dU h
1 till k
Mr .1 1
The following bin .
ported to The News t"
By Dr. Knott -
To John Boston and v 1 e, eigM
mils northwest, a boy 1 1. Mv !
To Will McCune sol win
seven miles southwest ,a bo o
To W. II. Garrett and wife, r
miles northwest a boy on July ;''
Subscriptions takui at this oil. c
for the Kansas t ity Journal ind
the Star and Tunes
The Conrad Mercantile Co. re
ceived another carload of the gen
uine Henney buggl" ' weeJf'
Frank Kinir broucht to The
Mum nffi vpsterdav what aP'
pearcd to be a buffalo cow's horn
partly petrified which was dug up
wniio excavBiinj; "" ""
Star Brand Shoes Are Better."
Paint and Jap-a-Iac
For outside ami intetior work both
those articles are widely known n ac
count of their high quality. Paint w
like anything else in that it duos n;t
nay to ue inferior quality. Sow alls
i'aint lasts longest and in tho end 3
cheapest for -that reason, .lapa-lac is
easv to apply and will give tho inter,
ior'of your homo and all furmtuio
that lino now finish that cheap mater
ial will not produce.
Drugs and Druggists Sundries
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