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A LETTER FROM UNCLE 66J."
Folks! .Limine Mn v.. nti. mlii. r I lol.'t.
Well, it's Mite hot mid dry out heio with very little indication ot rain, how over my coin is, in pretty fair shape. I have
been ciiltin' eoin all week and the dust jtist simply cover my Peering Hinder, but it dots, the work just the same. As soon
us possible. 1 want to got to nam' my now Superior Drill. You know I got ono of those new onus at Conrad's with the fertil
izer attachment aud the neighbors all sav that they can't be beat. Seeing like oven body in tho country has one and they give
such pet feet satisfaction.
School struts right away and 1 must tako tlto children in t. Conrad's this week and lit thorn out for the year, books,
tablets, lunch baskets, pencil-, etc. (ieorge is still wearin' those Buster Drown Shoes that ho got Christmas, aud I told him
yeatetday that it looked like they'd still be good next Christmas- Ma picked the girl out f-ome mighty serviceable dress
goods last week, and get tin' them at Conrad prices helps a whole lot.
This dry weather lias been mighty hard on buggies but all seasons ot the year look aliko to that llonnoy of mine.
Ilonootly, I don't ?ce how they can sell such a good buggy for the mouey. This is tho third one I've hail and I'm goiu to
have a fouith one soon. I'm a great believer in gettin' the best and stayin' with it. I feel about my llennoy buggy just like
oVeiybody doe about a Springfield wagon: That the can't be beat at any price. I got me a Keen K utter saw last week.
You know all of my tool- aio Keen Kuttcis. Some way or other, thev'iv jmt a little bit better than an other.
Well, I iiiutijuit and take tlie team in to Coiuad's and get ionic gioceiic". itb best wUhes. YOl'I! UNCLE J. DUE.
Superintendent Joplin Huiimss
College a Real Son of Erin.
i lie .News has Ixeu getting
ters like the following from
Weatherly at irregular
a long time
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Praise for Chautauqua Enter
tainers. lhe last night ol the Jasper
Uiautauqua presented a progiam
i. In h was .i rial treat to lovcts. ot
m iic Besidcb the regul ir course,
ouwde talent ha.l been secured
.u 1 the committee were well re
paid for their clTorts Miss Mae
McGilvtay and Miss Allyn Bridget
l mslied the trcit and their visit
will Idiir be reinetnbcrcd here
Miss McGilvray possesses a rare so
prano voice ot exceptionally sweet
tones Not since we heard Tetra
mm have we heml any tiling like
Miss McGilv ray's voice and we
' n t exp--et to hear an thing like
t igain soon Her control is c-ull-nt
while her voice produciion
i in scarcely be cqiiillcd. After
usponding to several encores, she
his a" Irish ballad, which probi
lily scoreil her larccst hit of the
i emng Kansas City may well be
proud of her as she would be a
c edit to any city
Miss Allyn Bridc.es, the pianist
ol the evening, also displayed re
in irkable ability on the piano
Her technique and expression aie
line, while her greatest asset lies
m the graceful wav in which "she
manages her fincrs Miss Bridges
als'i displacd her ability as an ar
unip mist We predict a wonder
f il future for both young ladies
and sincerely hope that we may
have the pleasure of hearing them
One of the Audience.
Jasper City Fair Popular.
H I l.auderbaugh and A 1
Drake went to Cirthige Webb
Citv and Joplin Monday morning
in the interest ol the Jasper City
Fair. Ihey found nerchant.
business and professional men.
county oflicinls and retired capital
ists alike hail a gooci word for the
fair, muny of them haying visited
the Jasper fair in lottner tunes
The committee was pledged gener
ous support in cash and valuable .expected
merchandise premiums. .Nearly lucre are seven teachers
Jasper School in Operation.
School link 1'' 'asl Mon i i
The attentat! e 'a lai,'i ( 'l tin
first il i than it ha 1 t i r bu n on
opening dav lhe fcra It . weal!
crowded There ate ,om tKe 1 igh
school an 1 about i? mi re are ex
Big Dinner at W. F Snyder's
One of those big country dinne s
that have become "i popular heie
ab; uts v as held at W l Snjder's,
in the -outh cd; e of town, Sun
dav Tie weather wis very hot
and dustv, but about 6o people.
pected in the ne t 30 davs Misses 1 old and young, enjoyed a good
lilsie Oresham, Or ice Oreenw ind t dinner and .1 pleasant afternoon
and Geneva Hubbird, araduites' regardless of the weather
last ear, have entered for the new Among the pleasant features of
fourth vear course, and others are the afternoon were recitations by
Mis. C S Johnston and Irish dia
this , lect stoii's by Mrs Win Mevius
year, as lollows hu perm ten dent 1 lie t mowing were present
Hurt teaching f-cience, Assistant Wtl'iam Mevius and wife, Frank
Supetintendtnt Mrs Allison, phys , Gist and wife. Ad Crawford and
leal geography, English and his family 'J S Rose, George Beck
tory, Rav Korls, mathematics and I Mrs. Melton. Hugh Melton, C S
historv George Masters, seventh ! lohnston and wife and run Don.
nnd eighth grades, Miss Merta , Dan 'u hols and family Georye
administrators or executor's notu-e v-row, r"t, am1 ,xt" graies, miss wan anu.wnc ana son uarriso ,
ttliier, tniru ami luunii ii tuirst, j. kv uiuu uii'i iuhmi, j -
sheriff's sde notire, Mrs. Anna Kxx. nrsi anci second warier ann viie v m uivu .um
1 wile ami uiuciiirr .Mrs. .Miner aim
i wo are g mj
Vews fonn'v 1
H MtsgoUM l'i 1
g Joplin and I u 1 ,
g his hospit tlit v
J5 his otnee bov v
B3 ' door with the ,
tiwri for the '
present cor h il 1 i
permanently st ,ni 1
g'To the Eht t
jjj , communif n at
p ' nfraid ot
Enclosed v 1 ,
m item Off vi 1 ! 1 v'
in ytur rar ' '1 r
need of a new i
bad that jn'i 1 1
me f ir tin-. 1
alone' 'it the s 11
1 nientc to trv '
1 tor the lit He 1-' 1
running 1 ki
is bad as you 1 '
1 you can t ha 1 1
me more tlu 1
I want this pi.,
every person in 1 1
will have to see
everybody approached thought
the middle of October a splendid
time to hold the fair this year
To Friends of The News.
Any notice of publication,
divorce notice, fore "Insure notice,
of appointment or final settlement, 1
fnnsiimee's nr sheriff's s lie notice.
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to be published in Jasper county Tethers and scholars arc enthu d mhter. Frank Wine Mrs Luc
may be leyally published in tUb Uiast.c and a good year is hoped Wtno. Mrs Augusta Manson Mrs
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notice to publish, if you are aj Notice.
friend to this paper, rile isc indicate , . ., .' .
. ,... ...t,.,4.., ti, n,i,aJ lhe city council desires to cau
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WUI1 llir j-iuijiii; HUUUl iiuiiiimi: '
trash and refuse nut of doors, Kred W'nddell cm uo Satuid iv
Returned From Gettysburg.
I. 1. Cl aiu'ii run ntunudlroii
hi. trip to 'it t vMnir at ut two
Wicks a,;o but we failed to meet
Inn, uiilil 1 1st Satuiday. Mr
Lhanibcilin savs the hltietli ar.ni you can thaw 1 1 1 1
vnsury f that great battle was
ce'ebrated in a most fitting manner
He soys there never was a getlur
mg like it and probably never will
be. in its perfection of arrange
tn cuts, in the beaity of its sur-
roundincs in its fraternal spirit. ! that even our e i'. i ' It
and in the great purpose of it all. ; pure reading 1. 1 1 u
' know your wife - t' i i
Notice to Local Merchants. is pretty hard to 1 c ! ' 1
It is reported from Chicago that things
the mail order hotucs are sending1 Now, of course t u. - 1 1
out from there.; 000 tons of fall j in tho world to tula -i- .1'
catalogs, and the statement is lite you nre- n .v n .1 t
probablv close 10 then uth These ven if you are -mi'i .'
catalogs are goiug into homes all 'ittle news tt 111s ' 1
over tho cmiitiv and in the trade being kind en., 111 ' u
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be '" must neau h op-
Misses L il 1
I and family.
Corwin Powell Injured.
Corwin Powell, living six miles
east of Jasper, cut his leg badly
last Situiday morning with a com
knife, severing an artery Dr
Knott stitched the wound and
tied the artery and Mr. Powell will
be around again soon, but he has
cut all the corn he'll cut this
judge, district clerk, 01 whoever has
the matter in charge, that vou
want the publication made in The
News This is your privilege, and
if you do not so indicate to the at
lorney he will likely give it to tlii
county seat paper he favors.
The News printed sale bills for
Webb Bros Saturday for a s-ile to
take place at their tarm three ami
a half miles south and one mile
west of Jasper, on Thursday, Sep
tember 11 They will sell 11
horses and mules, 25 Poland China
hoes, and harness, buccies and
In h 11
territory of local merchants The . must head p( op . 1' , uvi 1
News reaches the great aia jrrrlry am to increase tnv biuin.A.iia
of the hon.es in the local trade continue 10 ine
territory and stands ready to 'm which I liv
carry your mesfai.e, Mr Local , kind little word
Merchant, to these folks and enn- ci take thesti.-il
vmce them that the best place to w the bright vo u
trade is rujlit here in Jasper. I whisper in Mis car
ti 115 WaV
All. r so long a drouth with water 1 nmniing from Webb City to visit
scarce an 1 roi is 01 nouses ann
barns being absolutely dty, flving
sparks are a source of great dnn
ger, and citizens Hre requested to
act with great caution.
A. H. LauRhead. Mayor.
Drop in at Conrad's nnd watch
them set up those Superior Drills
with the fertilizer attachment.
Elks At Harrimau's.
A large party ot Rlks from Car
thage and Lamar, together with
local members of the order, went
out to L M. Harrmian's. just west
of town, for a social time last
See their ad in 1 Thursday evening They roasted
a wnole lamb ttieil a dozen chick
ens, w lich they ate along with
other deheacies or the season
fi lends He earned Ins coat on
his arm and as ho boarded the
tram at Webb City someone called
his attention to the fact that his
ba k pocket had been slit with a
knife and his pocketbuok contain
ing S40 was missing.
Miss Juanita Utndri-ks has re
turned from Kansas City where
sin- bouuht her fall stock ot millin
ery Miss Hendricks informs The
News that her stock will be the
most attrictive that she has ever
before ofTered She will announce
her fall showing later.
ts the place to
Little Girl Bitten by Dog. , happy as a m " 1
Little , year old Marie Goddard '!,d"-' nd aMi c " ,n'
of Carthage was badly bitten and .l;6".1"? yo , ,
scratched by a dog at Ueo Bell's I. 1 t fonjet 1
place, east ot town. Sunday. Dr )'"P'nK str"1
Knott dressed the wounds, and
barring a possible scar, the little
uirl will be all right tn a few day
A tuniily reunion was being helc
at Mr Bell's his brother from
Arkansas nnd other relntivtt
11 1 t e
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Band Concert, September 6
The Limit - Moon
- l f"K'r thi IV.iw? - Rniini:
I Will Love You When the Silver
Threads Are Shining Among the
Hostrausers - - Chambers
Electric Park Overture Southwell
Memories of Days Gone By Morris 1
Spirit of Independence Holmani
V. Matthews, Director, i
Treasurer's Report of Chautau-
n ... I
qua lomrmuee, i
Total recelptii from eale ol us son '
ticKete - fj.il.-i
People who know arc going to
buy a Majestic R inge during our
Demonstration week You would
too if you knew Read our big
ad in this paper
Sharp Mercantile Co
The following births wcro re
ported to The News this week'
Uy Ur. Knott
To J C Baiid and wife of Jas
per, a b y. Sunday, August 30
Rev I A Kcid will be unable
to till his appointment net hun
day he having been called away
to condmt a wedding for a mem
ber of his family
west corner of (th m 1
next time you ar n
lust ascend the b'ae
Mirn to the left Ti
'ntleman at the
we'll go up to mv
. ,t' 1
I l nort'
n flipl t
lesk 1- 1 I h'"
In iw ind run
Hnwn a Plvmouth I ck .n I. sa
hut mv wife can mil gta v t'1 ll
makes your mouth v 't r 'He
only trouble is th it mtrt u In .
Mlpn of the craw nnh th tisu d
sccompamment ot jru
may have trouble in
to ever go back home
.10 ler cent ot Binpln admlalons
Printing - ?1I .Vi
Kiiitps on sclr in fitter 2 ,Vi
l)oorloir 5 no
Orani . 12.1
j'aid for talent 2.10 IK)
Ihlinoa in treasury
2 So 45
Miina nii,i.iii.iiinniw ywwuiiiniiimi ujiijiiuhJ
The Presbvterim Sundiy school I
held their annual pirnlc last Thurs '
day at Lang's grove, four miles ,
east of town In spite of the dry
weather, dusty roa Is, extreme
heat and all other tnrles of that
sort, 48 members and friends of
the Sunday school hail a good time
on this occasion.
Rev. C Brunner. former pastor
of the M. E Church South, will
preach at the church Monday ev
ening. September 15. Everybody
cordially invited -to-be pceseut.
Paint and Jap-a-lac
For outside aud interior work both
these at tides are widely known on ac
count of their high epiality. I'aint is
like anything else in that it doos not
pay to use inferior quality. Sow-all's
I'aint lasts longest and in tho end is
cheapest for that reason. Jnpa-lacis
easy to apply aud will give tho inter,
ior'of your homo ami all fuinituie
that lino new liuish that cheap inatei
ial will not produce.
Drugs and Druggists Sundries
A W. Radford 1 Geoi,-.
Sweezy returned l'n'i-. twin
Kansas City where thc -r duan d
from the leading a- iti n srl.o I
of the county Mr Kalford i
noing nght to work 1 k ng I r
busines. See his ad in tl. - papc
Mrs Oscar Wybrant .1 1 daugh
ter of Wroodward Okla -i'c . .v
H. Patteison and wi t e past
week. Mrs Wybraut .nd Mr
Patterson lived near t.v!i other
and were urquainted in their
Miss Mav Ssntord who lias been
spending her vacation in Colorado
and other western states, visite 1
her parents last week while await
in the oncninc of the Cart 'lave
schools, ot Which she is one of tl e
Little "Tos" Kunklers sadd'j
pony fell with htm Tuedav. bruj
mg him up considerably D
Schooler was called, but conclud. 1
that no bones were broken an 1
expects no serious results.
'lhe little daughter of A W
Schott, living south of town 1
gainst a barb wire f'-nu Tw
cutting her hand consiJciai
Dr Schooler had to put siu 1
I stitches in ono wound.
The News received too Jate ft r
publication this week an excellent
article about the recent Cdautan
rina assembly, from tho pen ot Mr,
D Matthews ot the Dewey neighborhood