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AllTlIUli F. DllAKE, Publisher.
JASPER, MO., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, HUB.
Vol. hi, No. fi.
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I IIAV'Nt A BUNION. I MAV'nV A CORN.
b FEET ARE AS EASY -YOU CAN'T
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BLUE HIBBON SHOES
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all iu Footwear bought at this storo. We have the m
uiuuuia juu wain, in uiu wiuts aim sunny 1'uui-iuiiu tmupus. q
Some Gun Metal and Patent Leather. Wo have them for children, school boys and Jj
girls, women and misses, and men. A proper tit is tho secret of good appearance and
wearing qualities. Our sales people see to it that you get the best adapted to your n
feet. C'omfoit is sure to follow. n
GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
Wo carry n seasonable lino of Hats, Caps, Holts and Gloves; Underwear, Shirts, H
Sweaters and Sweater Coats, Etc. 5J
NEW DRESS GOODS j
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g j-uo xuau wu ui oluvob at sue lowest rrices for your selection. A dandy assortment of Auto Hoods and Dutch JJonnets.
a Wilson's Wood Heater, German Heater, Rase Burners, Hot Blasts ing Caps and Toques for Ladies, Misses and Children.
cj are only part of tho list comprising our stock. Stoves that burn
5 loss wood and coal and are built to make more heat More Heat
reyiewr to rwf taww Iwgf co
I1 and Less Fuel! htep in and be convinced. Kvi:kytiiini in: Ei:i:yiioiv. COlU'cld IVlerCcintne CO. 5
,. Broke Up a Fishing Party.
Fred Powers nn i Claude and
Arthur Tablc-r were fishing 011
Northfork Tuesday morning when
some sort of an insect stung Arthur
Tabler on the lower eyelid. The
attark was so sudden and the
pain so great that the boys did not
have time to find out what kind
of a bug it was, but they put
Arthur into a buggy and hurried
him to Dr. Knott's office. He
was unconscious when they arrived
and had to be carried into the
An antidote administered by
the doctor soon brought him
around, and he is about ready to
go fishing again.
Taka Club Elects Officers.
The Tuka Club met with Mrs
J A. Cozatt List Wednesday after
noon. Fourteen members were present.
Officers for the year were elected,
as follows: Mrs. T. Ilardaway,
president; Mrs John Marsh, vice
President; Mrs. W. C. Thomas,
secretary and treasurer.
Mrs. A. Hamberg was made a
member of the club.
The next meeting will be wjth
Mrs F. M Conrad.
The following births were re
ported to The News this week:
By Dr. Knott
To O C. Smith and wile, :o
miles southeast of Jasper, a boy,
Saturday, September 27.
"Star Rrnrul fihcv Are Better "
The News is printing many sale
bill-, these dajs. We get them
out promptly at reasonable prices
and the mechanical work is as
good as that of any other first
class printers During the past
week we printed bills for the fol
C L Purcell, three miles west
and two miles north of Jasper, on
the Tom Wardlow place, is adver
tising a sale for Tuesday, October
7, at which time he will sell six
head of horses, two cows, two
hogs, and a lot of feed and farm
Mrs. Julia Maier. who lives eight
miles west of Jasper, will sell on
Monday, October 13, at her place,
nine head of live stock, a lot of
good farm machinery and wagons,
feed, harness, lumber and house
hold goods, etc.
Farm Near Boston Sold.
The 110 acre farm, ii miles
west of Boston, known as the
McMichael place and owned by
Jake McLaughlin, was sold last
week to Henry Kaderly of Kansas
City, who will get possession about
January 1. Win. Kaderly engi
neered the deal
New Pastor at M. E. Church
Rev. V. J. Cox, the new pastor
at the M. E. Church South, will
fill his appointment here next
Sunday for the first time. He
will preach boih morning and
$!&V i " . Jasper, Missouri
Well Known Young People
Married at the M..E. Parson
age This Week.
At the M. E pirsonagc last
Sunday evenim; Miss Alberta L
Melton became the wife of Ernest
L Crawford Rev. YY. 0 Thomp
son conducting the ceremonial
rites. They were attended byi
Oren Schooler and MUs Juanita
Hendricks, clo-e fiiends of the
bride and groom, and Hugh Mel
ton, a brother of the bride.
Probably no young couple in
Jasper are belter known, as they
hold the friendship and acquain
tance of practically the whole
community, having grown to
womanhood and manhood here.
The bride is one of the prettiest
young ladies in tho community
and is possessed of charming
qualities of heart and mind which
have endeared her to old and
The groom i- thp efficient book
keeper at the First National Bank,
a place he has held several jears
to the satisfaction of his employers
and the public as well The News
joins his many friends in congrat
ulations upon the selection of his
bride and wishes them both much
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford wilt oc
cupy Mrs. Donnell's cottage on
The Methodist parsonage parlor
was the scene of another marriage
last Thursday afternoon, when
Miss Nellie M. La Rue. of Nash
ville, and John YV. Kirby of Bal
timore, Md , were married.
The bride is the daughter of
George La Rue, a prominent far
mer of the Nashville neighbor
hood, and is a splendid young
woman, well known in the church
and social circles of her home.
She will make Mr Kirby a most
estimable wife and he has our
Mr. Kirby is a son of J B. Kir
by and wife of Maple Grove neigh
borhood, and is sales manager for
a Baltimore publishing house. He
is a young man of splendid busi
ness qualifications and will doubt
less rise higher in his profession.
Mr. and Mrs Kirby left Monday
evening for Baltimore, where they
County Sunday School Conven
The Jasper County Sunday school
convention met at the Christian
Church in Carthage Tuesday for a
two-days' session Among those
who attended from Jasper and
M E. Church South: Rev. J A,
Reid and family. Misses Fern
Bright, Fern Thackcr and Lula
Presbyterian Church: Rev. W.
W. Reynolds, the Misses Leighty
and Fritz Hager and Worth Mas
Christian Church: Mesdamcs C.
and T. H. Hammond. H. F. Block,
Mrs Henlerson and Mr. J. V.
Coop and wife
fiaptis't Church: Mrs. R E. Hurt,
Miss Minnie Busby and Clarence
M E Church :Rev. W. 0 Thomp
son, J. ii. Harris, and Subedee
Zion Church: H. O. Earl, Misses
Edna Ballard, Lillian Magers, and
Salem Church: D. Matthews
Grandma Selsor Surprised.
Monday, September 29, being
Grandma Selsor's seventy-sixth
birthday, the neighbors and friends
gathrred at the home of her son,
Wm Selsor, until they numbered
42. All enjoyed a fine dinner
which the good ladies prepared
After dinner the ladies retired to
Grandma Selsor's room and each
one pieced a "friendship" quilt
block. Grandma SpJsor has not
walked for ten years on account
of rheumatism, but laying aside
all afflictions, she enjoyed the day
beyond measure. She says she is
76 and this is her first surprise,
and old Rose Bank can get up the
dinners. We hope to spend many
more birthdays with Grandma
One Who Was There.
Your Account is Due.
If your account with us is un
paid, we request you to settle the
same with us at an early date. It
requires considerable cash tn en
able us to keep our store up to its
well known standard of excellerce,
and we must have your cooperation
so that we may continue to furnish
our trade with the best the mar
ket a fiords at the low prices we
make. Chandler & Son.
Do You Want Ilunting on Your
We have plenty of notices print
ed on tagboard, 8 by it inches, to
post your farm against promiscu
ous hunting by anybody who hap
pens along. These placards noti
fy the hunter that prosecution will
follow a disregard of your notice
tn expenditure of 25 cents for
these placards might save you the
loss of a S200 mule or a S7? cow.
The fair dates are late enough
to afford a good poultry exhibit.
Look out for one of the best ex
hibits of dr.ift colts and mule
colts you ever siw. Somebody
will get some good premium
Get your good colts ready for
the fair. Don't let anybody make
you believe he has a better one
Bring yours in and put it up to
$3 00 for the best joo eats of
corn nnd S2 for the second best
ought to make the agricultural ex
hibit look like a corn show. Re
member, you can take that cern
back homo after the fair.
There arc some very substantial
cash premiums listed in the hog
and cattle departments They are
large enough to pay the exhibitor
for his trouble and leave a little to
apply on his wife's fall millinery
Several young ladies are going
to try to win that 5 pound box of
Douglas fine chocohtes offered by
Mr. Nunnclly fcr the best lady
rider under 20 years of age. We
understand two orthrce arc now
The committee shake hands with
themselves every time they think
of the date for this year's fair.
They believe.October 14 will find
the farmer with wheat all in and
the ground in splendid condition,
little corn to bother, all the other
work well up, and the finest fall
weather that one could find any
where. Exhibitors of winning stock at
Jasper carry away more cash than
they do at the Carthage ot La
mar fairs. Its just this way: If
you win a premium of $5 or Sro
at Jasper its all yours, for you pay
no entry fee, no stall rent, buy no
admission ticket everything is
free. At one of the county fairs
you buy an admission ticket, jou
pay an entry fee, you hire stalls or
stable room, and you give up 10
per cent of your prize money be
sides. You don't have enough
left to pay your hotel bill.
Subscriptions taken at this office
for the Kansas City Journal and
the Star and Times. tf.
The Five Hundred Club.
The Five Hundred Club were
entertained last Thursday night by
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cozatt. Mr.
and Mrs. Adolph Hamberg were
guests of the club for the evening.
The dainty refreshments served
by the hostess added much to the
pleasure of the evening.
Star brand shoes are better.
Model Bakery Changes Hands.
I have purchased the Model
Bakery and have put a first class
baker in charge of the same. We
have thoroughly renovated the
plaoe and are prepared to furnish
firstlass baking to the public.
J, R. WHEAT
Old papers at this office, 5 cents
for large bundle. tf
Among the Stockmen.
Fred Rex went to Kansas City
and Sedalia this week.
Ward & Moulton shipped hsgs
to Kansas City yesterday.
Tom Patterson shipped a car of
hogs to Kansas City Tuesday.
Tom Kunkler shipped a mixed
load of horses and mules to Pari,
Norris Cmmm is shipping some
fine spotted Poland Chinas to
Kansas City this week.
J. B. Brosius of Carthage was
circulating among the Jasper stock
men Tuesday morning.
Jake Metzger a prominent horse
man and farmer southeast of Jas
per is attending the State Fair.
w it w.ord is taking in the
State Fair at Sedalia this week.
Mr. Ward never misses the State
Tom Kunkler went up to Neva
da last week in search of a cir or
two of horses and mules to ship
0. Thompson left Tuesday for
the Washington County Fair at
Fnvetteville. Ark . where he will
act as judge of the horse depart
Underthe hcadinc "Ten Years
ago in Carthage," the PresJ has
the following to say of a well-
known Jasper stock man. u.
Thompson, a Jasper mule buyer,
who was in Carthage, stated that
in four years he had paid out be
tween $150,000 and SiOo.coo for
the long-eared product in this lo
Wm. Patterson and wife of the
Pleasant Hill neighborhood, spent
the day Sunday with Mrs. F. W.