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You do not have to
wait 60 or 90 days and
then fail to get it. We
have the material in
stock and can furnish
on short notice.
Mas. Clvdi Wmiii
Jcs Kelly tti.s seize I v it h a sc
vere attack oj Iicart tumble while
working at the threshing machine
at the Cling. Bill farm Wednesday
afternoon. Fur a while Ins condi
tion was serious but later in the
evening lie was able iu mi home
and is said to be better Victor
Randall ran a pitchfork mt . his
leg while pitching wheat l.i-t week
and as a result was quite Lime for
a while Friends ct Mis J. seph
Cather wish her a ipetdv recovery.
Miss Beulah Cathc-r (f Fowler,
Kans , is visiting relatives lieu
Mrs. Oscar ("at her came home
fo visit rthtivjs here anJ at Mc
doe. Mrs. U Moore has gone to
her home at Leavenworth, Kans
after an extended visit with rel
atives heie Mrs Win Htitiman
helped Mis Stokes cook tor thrc-h-ers
Thuisday and Saturday ( has
Ball and Clyde Wagner made i.c
cream for Victor Randall last Mon
day evening in honor of his birth
day -The young people of this
viumt) have enjoyed some de
lightful swimming pit ties the past
two weeks of warm we.it ncr
Mesdames Harry llilk an 1 'llieo
Lnwon aie entertaining tlmr sis
ter from Colorado Theo Lamon
has purchased a new gaioline en
gine Miss Bessie Hilburn of
Webb City is the guest of Mrs
CIms Ball -Clns. Ball and family,
Clyde Wagner and lamily Miss
Bessie Hilburn of Webb Cit, Miss
Claiu Golduing of Joplin anJ Fred
Wagner of Miami composed a jol
ly paity who took dinner with G.
F. Wagner and wife Sunday
Miss Eva Stokes and brother Fred
entertained the threshing crew i
a. VkaS ys
Mill Mil Mil TTlrTrWV
Ends July 26
Hen's and Boy's
We Allow 25 per cent Discount
All Straw and Fancy Hats
ALL FURNISHING GOODS
All Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases
nwith some beautiful music after iH
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qj : threshing crew disbanded and ev- ,
g cryone went to Lakeside to celc
brate the nation's birthday last
Friday. All report a good time.
Mrs Charles Hlting.
Mr Brown and Ethel Crockett the dry season
eral, Mr. Workman and family,
and Mr. tind Mrs. Lucas Tom
Wardlow and wite spent Saturday
and Sunday in Neck City visiting
Blackberries have been very
plentiful in these parts in spite of
Some ladies have
f The Right Engine for Your Machine Shop
is u ltumely-Olds. It's "Johnny on the spot" when
ever yon want it. It will run your band-saws, lathes,
grindstones, power drills, or any other machines "like
clock-work". It is just the engine you ought to
have for all your jobs big or little. It will run
your large machines as well as your smaller ones.
Let us bhow you a Ilumely-Olds Engine. See how it runs.
You can't help noticing its good points. If you "' U on u,
studv the next one you see carefully. Notice how steadily it
. runs and how easily it does the work. Or, drop us a card and
we'll call on you or send you a catalog ex
plaining them in detail.
We're here to serve sot;
, give us the chance.
C. T. Whltesel
ot Avilla, visited last week with cmned as many as ; 2 gallons and)
Mrs The i Mitchell an 1 family there is not any one counts thi-mj
Mr Mosicr, who has been sick for by the quart any more - Mrs.
a long time but was lately impiov- York and daughter spent Sunday j
mg nicely, Saturday was taken with Mrs. Chas Buzzard. I
with another bad spell and died j
Tuesday nigiit.- A number of P REK i
young friends gntherod at the home
of Will Wood last Monday even To St. Louis Times Readers'
ing and gave him a pleasant birth- Till; following sit of knives will
' day surprise. Music and games be given Iree on all yearly paid in ,
were indulged in and at a season- advance subscriptions received pre-1
'able hour refreshments were vious to July 1, 191?.
1 served. All report a tine tune, Think Of It.
and wish Mr. Wood many happy
ibirthdavs.- Miss Bertha Mcl'cak Carving knife (retail value;
. was a visitor at Sunday school.
Big words and long sentences
do not add to the value of mer
chandise. This store is known
by the quality of the goods wo
sell and the kind of service we
give our patrons.
Bread knife (retail value)
Paring knife (retail value)
"Established in 1899.'
Newspaper plant and equip
ment. This plant formerly used
by the Joplin Tribune Publishing
Company and is an up-to-date
plunt in splendid condition. Goss
Duplex 16-page press with driving
apparatus, complete stereotyping
outfit, several series of type in fine
condition, galleys, composing
sticks, linotype machines, several
motors from one-fourth to 10 horse
power, brass leads, slugs and rule,
composing tables, imposing stones,
metal saws, slug saw, trimmers,
mailing room equipment, tools, of
fice furniture including flat and
roll top desks, chairs, typewriters,
safe, adding machine, stoves, tables
everything complete throughout
For sale in whole or in part. For
quick sale prices address R. E.
Burns, Joplin Globe, or call and
look over the above. There's
probably something you want
whether you are in the newspaper
business or not.
A merry crowd of young folks gath
ered at the Ilane home Monday
and enjoyed a pleasant evening
playing out door games. Grace
Gulick spent the Fourth in Carth-
acc. Mrs Chas. Nctt and son
1 Emmet are on the sick list -
1 dry hot weather aflects the people
as w ell as the corn There were
I only 48 at Sunday school Sunday.
; Mrs York and daughters Janie
and Ivlnura spent Tuesday with
Mrs. Chas. Elting Theo. Mitchell
and family spent the Fourth in
1 Lamar. Mr. Mosier had a fine
Jersey cow killed by lightning
Tuesday. Miss Ruby Pugh spent A 6Ch0larship will be given free
, Saturday and Sunday with Jessie , to the person who comes nearest
llane. John Maxfield and Grand : the correct numter ot woras wru-
pa Mitchell spent Sunday wjyi ten oy wiss isouerm o .. k,,
lu u;i,i n,i rBmii Mr ! writer in one hour Each person
Maxfield is a cousin of Mr Mitch-
en ana ..ere iron. w" , bMth oMiudo Bro. BiwineM Col
Texas. Mrs. (1. Wagner enter- ',. nt the Carthace Fair . Wednes-
tained the following guests Sun day, August 6 A prize to all who
day: Fred Wagner, Clyde Wag mail this blank to Contest Man
ner and family, and Mr. Ball and '8er. box 374, Carthage, Mo.
wife. Mr. and Mrs. Wardlow Sir: Myguessis words.
niMttha Fourth at Shaolev's and I am .....years of agn and inter
enjoyed the day very much. Will
Budd and wife entertained the
following guests the Fourth: Mr.
and Mrs. Noyes and family of Lib-
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In the Dry Goods and Grocery
lines. Our goods are sesason
ablo and we guorauteo them.
You Know Oar Specialty
STAR BRAND SHOES. If you
want a heavy work shoe we
have them. The latest styles in
Men's, Women's and Children's
csted in n business course.
l:or Cuts, (turns anil I!rul"-s.
In ever) home there tliould boa twx
of lluckleo' Arnica Halve, ready top
ply in overy oa of burns, quta, wound
or tenlds. J. II. l'olantw, Delvallti,
Tex., II. No, 2, wrltea: "Huoklcn'
Arnloa Sake aved ray little girl'i out
foot. No one bellered it could ho
cured," The world' beat aalvo. Only
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