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S Neighborhood News. &
' Written hv nnr nssirnnr editors. (
Written by our assistant editors.
Mrs. Thomas Edwauds.
Mr. Clarence Hammond and
Miss Esther Patterson were mar
ried at Carthage Thursday, July
3, Rev. D W. Moore pastor of the
Christian church officiating. They
went to their home in Jasper im
mediately after the ceremony,
where they will be at home to their
many friends The fourth of July
celebration at Carytown was well
attended and a large number went
to Carthage. Chas. Elting and
wife and Walter Mosley and Thos.
Edwards and family ate dinner at
J.W. Edwards July 4 Chas. Dan
iels, formerly of Pleasant Hill,
now of Newark, Ohio, is visiting
friends in this vicinity. He spent
the early part of the week with
Joe Edwards. Clarence Ham
mond and wife and Thos Edwards
and family spent Friday evening
at Wm. Patterson's. Uriah Smith
Wool and wife Mert Svhy
will) I) II Wamplcr and wife
Geo Hay and daughter Miss Pearl,
spent a few days at Red Oak
Miss Elsie Gresham spent Sunday
with Miss Pearl Hay Ray Bycrs
and family of Joplin are visiting
Mr Cowherd and family. Rev. J. I
A. Reed will preach at Salem j
Sunday Miss Vailia Walker's;
Sunday School class is planning a '
GRATZ CLOTHING CO.
"THE HOA1E OF GOOD CLOTHES."
bell and wife visited relatives
northeast of Jasper Sunday
Miss Cora Bceson and Prank Das-
I ton spent Sunday at F A Bas ' nicnic on the creek Ed Davis
1 ton's Ross King is on the sick and 7. T. Cowherd were Carthage
list this week. II. E. Coiner and visitors Saturday Misses gnes
iwife visited with Ed Owen and land Frances Gresham visited Flor
(family Sunday. Mr. Dawson re lencc Miller of Carytown a lew day
I turned to his home in Aikansas 'last week. Ftrland Aldrich "pent
the first of the week.- Mrs. Kelley Sunday afternoon with Mi Fergu
spent a couple of days last week .son. Bert Robinson who has been
with her sister. Mrs. J. E. Hull 'in Tulsa, Okla . is visiting lus fath-
. TT, ier and friends here Geo SelU
d 11 and family of Catthage and Zella
.Mrs. J. R. Hatchek. .Templeton and daughter visited
E. Garrett md fon Clarence of ' Grandpa and Grandma Biyne
Diamond vicinity captured a fine ' suntjny cny Butlir and wife of
hsh at iSiortii fork a week or so
ajro. Mr Garrett estimated its 1
weight at about 10 pounds Tal
mage Hatcher of Jefferson City is
visiting his brother, J. R. Hatcher,
and friends of this vicinity. Mr.
Fort Scott, Kans , are visiting Ben
Bell and wife. Bert Robinson
I spent Sunday night with Geo. Hay
Lockwood and Ceroy spent Friday
in Lamar The rain that fell Sun-
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aiiu imiiuy visueu ill v..iu. o.iuiu , . , ,, , , ,.. .,;,:,.,
of Mount Monah Sunday - Bob Ray Ketner Su wth
"t! r,' mfe. olJasT' v'sT,tecd j Carl Hiner -Drue Sharp and fam
at Will Tallman s Sunday.-U S iHy spent Sunday at Paris Taylor's.
uuHi,iciii auu i.Hu.i "1 Apnocllvnnnihprfn.mthisviein.
Miss Altiiea Armsikum.
We are thankful for the refresh
tnf rain Ih.if fpll tinrlT .itternnon
day afternoon was greatly appreci- Mfs w L fll , chl, jren
Opal, Clyde, and I.eola, left Satur
day morning for Keener, Ark , to
All in Readiness--Everythhig is Set
for the most Unusual and Startling
CLOTHING CLEARANCE SALE
That Carthage Has Ever Known in Her History
Nothing Charged at These Prices
The mere announcement of this sale in the newspapers without the put.,
tioii of a single item would bo amply sutiieient to stir the most languid chi.eii 1.. u,
mediate action. Those who remember the clearance sale we conducted will nppi
ciate the full meaning of this startling annual nlfair. This time wo promim- . .'
greater bargains than last year because the garment workers' strike in Xew m
caused all our spring shipments of merchandise to be late, and what we should lia
sold is still here. You know what that means. Means that former prices prolits an i
celling prices are entirely forgotten. Means values such as you haven't seen in .u
Means unquestionably the most unusual opportunity of the whole year to get In.
class merchandise at cut prices. Here's the whole story in a nut shell.
be with Mrs. Lyman's sister, Miss
Bessie Rogers, who for many
weeks has been very sick at , her
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terson and wife and son Joe were "" t oCV ZndTake I,0menearthat ',laCC " M'S Fnnnie
at Thos Edwards' Sunday -Gay K?" ?! .? IttT. W " -
i.euuuuuiaiiuy viwie.i ; .visiting his cousin, S R. Mitchell
in jasper aunuay. .unuieu m
ans spent Friday afternoon at
Wesley Malone's, Herman Win;
ans visited Paul Edwards the same '
afternoon Mrs, Will
pleted, and they expect to have
workmen busy on a new dwelling
house soon. II. E. Noiris and
wife, Misses Nellie Lane, Orpha
land Mae Woodrow and Mrs.
Entire Stock of HighClass Clothing Offered
From 50c to 75c on the Dollar!
Now Get Busy!
It will pay you to take half a day till to att. 1
this sale. You have our word for it. u
never seen such values as this sale has produced. IJeineinber, everything you lu
T1IK HliST you know we don't carry any other grade. The finest Clothing. Nn
Head wear. Furnishings, boys' and children's clothing, all at prices that present 1 1
biggest broadside of the year. All parents especially advised to outfit the bins n
during this sale.
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Stith soentl, .... ., Grant .Miller attended the rourtti
, rnmtiMr a ti mrrv Kflns. ramp
last week at the home of Uriah i, ... ...... . .
down last Friday evening. Mr
Griffitts returned Sunday morn-1
ing but his wife and children will
visit with relatives until the latter'
part of this week Mr. and Mrs.
Shielar rind f m-r, r.l,l,1rmi n( frtlrlwn
dauRhler. Esther spent Wed-,c uere . wUh Wen,g
ay at wm. ratterson s mis. i . . ... c. ......
Smith and wife. Fred Gresham
and family were visitint friends I .
Sunday. A. W. Schott and fam
ily spent Sunday evening at Lion
cl Winder's Mrs. Olive Edwards
U S. Lowenstein visited her par-
...u,. , ..., "-"from Mr Taggart last week -Mr.
, , , T V. 1 and Mrs Daj ringer and son Clark
.. .e.i:u jaj, - ,eft!ast Wednesday for Mulbeny.
I Kans . to visit rclatics Misses
! Ruth and Grace Griflitts and the
wheat last week. Thos Edwards
stacked wheat for Mr. Turner three
days last week. The rain which
Jell the first part of the week was
much appreciated Mrs Joe Ed
wards and son Paul, visited Mrs
Charles Elting Monday night and
of July celebration at Lamar
Vcrnie Ray and Miss Ailene An
drews spent the Fourth at Lake
side. Morris .Crumm and family
spent Friday at C. T. Woodrow's
Frank Selsor and family and J
C. Rex, who have been wsiting
several weeks at the home of J. H
Selsor and wife, have each return
ed home, the former to Springfield,
Mo., and the latter to his home in
Xew Mexico Mrs Rex and
daughter Geneva will renirtin sev
eral weeks longer visiting their
m-inv rplntives and friends. F. F.
Hamm sisters spent the evening of , LpBr am, wife Mrs R c, Cor,,er
the Fourth boat riding on North i A granddaughter Grace, and
roru une 01 .Mr. uaynnger s
here last Sunday. Bill Griffins
bought a fine three year-old mare
All Straw Hats Including Pana
mas, at Half Price.
Shirt Sale One lot of about .100
shuts worth from $1 to S- nt half price
Boys' Suit Sale All makes, includ
ing Sampeck, at 2f per cent discount.
Hat Sale All felt hats from the l
hat makers in America at L'.'j to .'. : I
per cent discount.
Trouser Sale High-,
light weight and neat
per cent o(F.
jrade tiousi i
patterns, at i'
Qratz Clothing Company
West Side of Square. Carthage, Missouri.
Mrs. May Matthews.
Salem people had a big time on
the Fourth at Carytown. The
grounds were in good shape
Messrs Karls and Estey hauled
lumber and had a platform and
seats. Messrs. Blauth, Bedell and
Turner all helped. There was
music and the little folks had some
exercises, and Ray Karls and V.
Matthews were the speakers. Ten
gallons of ice cream and large
quantities of soda pop disappeared I yjsjt . Iier
-The Sunbeam cms toon
horses died last Friday night.
John Griliitts and family from near
Nashville, visited his parents last
Saturday evening Steve Garrett
and wife were visiting at the home
of Earl Garner last Sunday even
ing. Mrs Dayringer and son re
turned from Mulberry, Kans , last
Sunday morning. Mr. Dayringer
will stay at Mulberry a few days
U S. Hatfield came up from Jop i
lin one day last week His daugh
ter Gertie, who has been visiting (
with Mrs. Garner, returned home i
with him Miss Maggie Dayringer
and her uncle Albert, went to .
Carthage last Thursday evening to
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Deacon and
little son James Newell of Humans
ville, took dinner Wednesday at
the Armstrong home. Earl and
James Ray and Orville Andrews
spent the Fourth at Lakeside.
Frank Ray helped Mr. Lane haul
oats Thursday C. F. Rex and H.
J. Stansberry and families went
picnicking at the home ot Ben
Weston west of Jasper, July 4.
Dr. V. H. HENDRICKS
Does a general office practice
but will make
A. SPECIALTY OF
uncle, Tom Arm
tapidly The Sunbeam clas-s took jstrong TJjey returnej iast Sat
their Fourth at Carthage. Harve I UTday evCning.
Goff had a family reunion at home
as also did Mr. Bull and family.- FARMERS UNION.
Mr. Alexander and family spent Miss Eucenia Rex
their Fourth at O. D. Wood's near j Tlll. j,e0ple are rejoicing over the
Lakeside. Miss Lorcna Estey re- ra:n Sunday afternoon Mrs.
See H. F. Pitts
For hachine Oils
Black Oil, Castor Machine,
Steam Cylinder, (Jus Engine,
Auto, Cieani Separator, Xeat
I'oot, Pure Castor,
and in fact we have an oil or
grease for every purpose.
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 Diseases in General.
, I do no surgery. Practice Urn
. itcd to ofhec hours, 9 to n 30
Special Uxamlnatlonsby Appointment
Kid Your Children of Worms.
oucan change fretful, ill tempered
children into Icolthy. happj joungs
tors, by ridding thorn of norma. Toss
ing, rolling, grinding of teeth, crjing
out while asleep, accompanied wl h in
tenso thirst, pains in tho stomach and
bowels, fevrrishness and bad breath, aro
smptoms that indicate worms. Kick
apoo Worm Kilter, a pleasant cand)
loienge. cxptls the worms, regulates
the bowols, restores our children to
health and happiness. Mrs. J. A. llris
bin, of K'gin, III , sag. "I hate used
Kicknpoo Worm Killer for jcars, nnd
entirely rid m children of worms. I
would not be without it " Guaranteed
All drugjUts, or by mail. I'rie -Oc.
Kickapoo Indian Medicino Co . I'hila
delphia and St. Louis. Itecommendcd
by II K. Pitta
Largest, heaviest an I
conductor made Over 1
years experience in faspei (
Address me at 240 E 1
W. T. BERRV
turned Monday to Springfield to
attend the Normal The Salem
nenry urauaiu iiuu sun iiuiiiurijj
went to Carterville Thursday to 1
people will have an tee cream sup- visjt Mrs Graham's daughter, Mrs
oer nt the church next week. The
Jasper band will give a concert
Mrs. Myrtle Coiner.
Mrs. Nelson and daughter Fan
nie, visited at Sam King's Wed
nesday. Edna Dayringer spent
Thursday night with her sister,
Mrs Budd. Miss Salhe Bastou
has been quite sick the past week.
Paul Campbell, Ware and Geor
gia Kelley called on Norca Lara
bee Wednesday evening. Miss
Cecil Larabee helped Mrs, J. E.
Hull cook tor thrashers Wednes
day. H. Beal and wife called at
F. A. Baston's Wednesday. Most
all our young folks celebrated in
Lamar the Fourth Lloyd Coiner
spent Sattirday night and Sunday
with his grandparents in town,
Sam King had a very sick cow a
Will Mcrrithew and returned Sun
day evening. Joe Huber and fam
ily from the Mount Carmel neigh
borhood and Emma Winter nnd
children visited Fred Winter and
family Sunday Chas. Andrews I
and family visited John Brown at
Jabper Friday. Noiris Crumtn
and family spent the Fourth at
Chas. Woodrow's. Mrs. Will Ly
man and children left Saturday
for Keener. Arkansas, to visit her
parents, Silas Rogers and family.
Gerald Selsor and wife visited
Chas. Woodrow and family Satur
day and Sunday. Mrs John Lee
and little son Henry visited her
sister Mrs. Mary Thacker one day
"Ity their trulls c
shall know them."
The machinery wo sell
does the work aud
does it right.
Rock Island Sulky
and Gang Hows
with 0. T. X. bottoms.
Miss Edjja Davis
Ben Janncy and wife spent Sun
lav with Mr Ferouson and wife.
few days fctt wVek. C. M. Cdmp-'Ed Davis and family and D. N.fl
J. A. Cozatt
We are now located in Brick
Barn where we will buy
and pay the highest market
price in cash for anything you
have in this line.
We have all Kinds of Feed,
Corn Chop, Uran, Alfalfa Rid
CARR & THOMSON
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