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THE JASPER NEWS
VRTIUK I DKAKE, Publisher
Kmi rwl at tho l'oitolllco nt Jnipnr,
'o . m e"orul class maltcT Soptcm
lim 21 IS8.
MlllHOflpt loll KdllSH.
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Of the ownership, management,
cti , uf tin; J.s)er News, ublislirl
uik'y iU Jasper, Mo., rcquirei
by tlie Act ol August 24, 1912:
Name of editor, business mana
ger, publisher, ami owner, Arthur
P Drake, Jasper, Mo.
Subscribed and sworn to before
nie this- 26th day of September,
(sl.vl Bert Webb,
My commission expires Novcm
1h r 10, 1914
Seehorn Candidate for Supreme
Judge Thomas J Seehorn, judge
( f the circuit court at Kansas City,
h is been indorsed for a place on
the supreme bench of Missouri, by
the Jackson County Par Asocia
.... n.w1 I, I.. nn.t.K.tn.. .... ........ I
Judge Seehorn is a Democrat 1
and seeks the place now occupied
by Chief Justice Henry Lamm, a
Republican, whose term of office
will soon expire
The meeting of the bar associa
tion which indorsed Judge See
horn's candidacy was made up
equally of Democrats and Repub
hcans, and all the Kansas City
papers speak very highly of him
Down at Welch. Okla., they are
going after the loafers right. The
following is a notice that appeared
in the Welch Watchman last week
''All parties loafing on the streets
of Welch after 10 o'clock, unless
good cause can be shown why said
parties are out, and why loafing,
will be promptly arrested and or
dered to appear before the Mayor
to be dealt with according to law
This order will be in force and ef
feet on and after date of pubhea
tion By order of town council "
Chetopa (Kans ) Advance.
Mrs. J. R. Hatcheh.
Harve Lilly and wife autned BB
over from Greenfield and Msited'H
relatives over Sunday John Ross !
and family spent Saturday night
and Sunday with the latter's pa
rents, A. Beeson and wife C.
Crusa has moved with his family
from Lamar to the farm which he
recently purchased from Lock
wood & Ceroy. Clark Dayringer
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Landon Dayringer Joe
Rand and wife visited friends in
Lamar one day last week Mrs.
Vivian Costlcy is very low with
typhoid fever Grandma King of
near Boston spent the weekend
with her son John and family
Blue school is progressing nicely
with George Campbell as teacher.
One more nen pupil was enrolled
Monday J R Hatcher and fam
ily were Sunday afternoon callers
at the Gilbert Keltnerhome. Mrs
George Arner spent Tuesday after
noon with Mrs George Gleason -U.
Brown and family visited at
the Wright home Monday after
Mas. Bertha Wehiier.
Archie Helm.WdS working fori
lilo Butler last week. Myrtle and
Mina Ilamm visited with Mrs.
Griffits and family one evening
last week. J. C. Webber and Milo
Butler took dinner with Mr Hamm
Sundav, Will Lane and wife were
visiting with Earl and Bertie Gar
ner Monday afternoon. Mrs. Car
rie Rathburn of Boston and Mrs. .
Maud Brown and two children of
near Boston visited Ella Davis and
fnmily Sunday evening. The Tab '
ler brothers of Jasper sawed wood
with their buzz saw for Milo But-1
ler last Friday. Dennis Grideri
came in home Sunday night from
near Springfield. He was severely
hurt by being kicked in the face
by a horse. Mrs. Grider visited
with Mrs. Griffitts and family
Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.
Brunei- ..nd little son, Albert of,
juaiier spent inc day with Charley
Taffner and wife Sunday Mrs
Grant Miller has been on the sick
list f.,r t'te past week.Charl.-y
Davis tnultf another trip to Plus
bur thn first of tin uepfc Miss
Ruth (Jiiflitts came home from J.c
TnfTiier'i mar Milf.irtl Mon lay.
Miss Altiika Armstuo.vo.
Allen Miller, who Ins bjen quite
sick for a week or ten days at his
home two mites east of Lebanon,
is slowly improving. Guy Morris,
who U a railroad employee in
the State of Imvi. and who is
spending a tacation with liis par
ents in Lamar, was a visitor at the
R. P. Lane home one day last
week Quite a number from this
neighborhood attended the Old
Settlers Reunion at Limar Satur
day. Mrs. Mary I, man sold three
he id ot young cattle to John
Stansberry Saturday. Miss Ilona
Redmond attended Sunday school
at Mount Carmel church and took
dinner at the Hustings home Sun
day. A. E. Armstrong and wife
ate dinnei with home folks Sunday
Mrs. M pry Lyman visited at Al
,en Mler.s Sund
To the Public!
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, Bran, Alfalfa and
CARR & THOMSON
Can print your Sale Bills to Suit you
Our prioes are as low as anybody's
for the same class of work : : :
J. A.Rice, R. A , Jasper, Mo.
Subscriptions Eeceived for the
I Kansas Oity Star, Times and Journal
Mrs Kla!. tl. fo'.n on ,
lier sister, I'atti els
n nejr Pes-,
ion, mis wcvk .Mrs j-.linsim h .s
been unable ( visit w,h fncnds
most of the sun m. r Wu te
glad her health i improving Mrs
C'lrtg Wofidrow isittil lnsl nwk
... .... 1
with her ilaugMer. Mrs Norrisl
UutMii. Cb.i WioJinw spnt
Mnml iy at Not 1 is Cumin's, tulpiug
Mr Crumm make ready to ship
ome fine young Poloud China
stoik hog in a Kinsat City pur
chaser Mrs. Z'O High and child
ren who have been visiting several
weeks nt her old home in this
neighborhood, left Wednesday for
Pittsburg, whereshe will make her
home H E. Morris and wite vis
ited at R P. Lane's Sunday after
noon J E. Carter called at Mrs.
Ray's Saturday to examine the
workmanship of her new house.
Mrs Martha Rex and Mrs. Win
ter called at Mrs. Raj 's Sunday
afternoon Miss Mac Woodrow
is spending the wiek with her sis
ter, Mrs. N'orris Crumm.
May Do teod Work Unknowingly.
Chomlsts show us that strange prop
erty, catalysis, which enables a sub
stance whllo unaflected itself to Inclto
to union elements around It So a
host or hostess who may know but
Uttlo ot those concerned may, aB a
social BWltchboard, brine together tho
hshes of pairs 0f scissors, men who
become lifelong friends, men nnd
women who marry and aro happy
husbands nnd wires.
A St Louis Judge has decided that
tipping a porter Is a loluntary act.
Tho Judge evidently has not had much
experience with porters Chicago
Great Package Post Cards Free.
Bend only -'" cents to pa) for that
great farm publication, the Missouri
and Kansas Farmer, to bo mailed to
jour address ONU YRH and )ou will
receive a creat pickaxe of KUTV-TWO
lost cards Hi HE, postai.0 nil paid.
These cards am most beautiful creations
of ait, latest design, consisting of Flo
ral, llirthdnt, Greeting. Thanksgiving,
Christinas. New Year, Valentine, St. Pa
trick and Kaster. Nothing like this
great olTrr miide befuro Tho Missouri
and Kansas Fnriror isono of the best
farm publications in the " estate! pub
lished nlon scientific lines
Send 2.1 cents today and secure this
great farm publicati n one )ear nnd
this maeniQcent package of cards. Ad-dre-s
Missouri nnd Kansas Farmer. Mb
nnd McCJeo SU , Knnsas t'ity, Mo.
e w s
September 27 to
October 3, 1913
Bigger and better than ever the Mis
souri State Fair at Sedalia this year prom
ise to eclipse all previous records in at
tendance and in the wonderful educational
features to be presented.
It is this People's Fair a grand exposi
tion of Missouri's reource3. Every lojal
Missouiian will be there. You are going,
of course. '
Let us tell you about Low Round Trip
Rates, vin the
Allenlion Farmers, In
vestors & Homeseekers.
Why don't you go to a country
yuu can rui- everything that jou
can raise in Missouri and n great
tn:in utl er tliinp. that ou can't
rai'c heri , in v. hire yuu arc is
sun- I" r.ihe .1 en p as sure as ou
plant it. Whre you have a mild
and one of the n o't healthful -li
mat'.s in the world. Where ou
c 111 niso lcmon, oranges, grape
fruit and fine fis, and grapes of all
kinds, including seedless grapes.
Whore peaches and such fruits and
small fruits grow to perfection.
Where you can hae roasting cars
from May to Christmas. Why not
get some land and plant to lemons
and oranges and in 5 years be in
dependent Pecans and English
walnuts do well and always a
ready market for them Where
stock keeps fat on the rich native
gravs the year around. Where all
fruits and garden stuff pay well,
and where they mature 3 weeks
earlier than any place else in the
United Sutts. Where you can
hive artesian and pure gormless
fl'iwiii;: wells Where you can get
land at a reasonable pi ice on good
ti n -. mid w 'ere land titles are
O K Such a countr) is at Ri
viera Texas n good little town on
the Frisco railroid, 10 miles from
the Gulf. The slogan of the Ri
viera County farmer "Something
every month in the year". The
hunters' paradise in winter time
wheie geee and duck make their
headquarters Riviera Beach is
a new town on the Gulf Beach, 10
miles from Reviera, a new health
resort being'built nnd is connected
with an interurban railroad now
in operation. Reviera Beach is
also on Baffin's Bay which will be
the nearest purt to the Panama
Canal when the inter coastal canal
Excursions on the 1st and 3rd
Tuesday of each month. For in
formation or literature call on or
addnss. C W HOLMES,
Local Agent, Jasper, Mo.
A magazine writer says poets nro
declining, but the publishers set tho
example Norfolk (Va) Pilot.
More Than One Woman's Share.
A Ilaltlmore ioman has applied for
her seventh divorce. Some peo
ple aro never satisfied Washington
More Happy Than Sad.
"At any Riven moment I will pr
duco nine happy persons for ever
miserable one," said the bishop o
London in an address at Queen's co!
lege for women recently
Anyone ttnriiH? nt.M-h mid donn-intUm may
quickly Hcrt tin our oit"t ' freo whether tt
liiTOiili'in it r ihntlf inteiilabtf uii)iiuitirn
Uoncitrlrllrr miMenilul MANOBOCK on PatPiitt
ent frta. Met olhicj fur necurintcputetit
1'iiteuta taken itirotisli Mumi & Co recelT
tptHnl noHee, without clftrre, la tle
A Imndioinflf UltiMrafM tcV1t liirneiit -CiilnUf'i,
o( anf uriehllUo j m nul 1 1 ru t ( ft
inrt four roctntbi.fi. HvU L;all rtwtitUlor.
MUNN&Co.30,B'"d"' New York
Uraucb umoa. US K BU Wathlutlon, Ii. C.
Putting the Matter Plainly,
lie uaB an old-fashioned father,
which explains shy lie said to the
young man: "Are you sure you're
able to give my daughter the com
forts nnd luxuries to which ehe Is ac
customed at home?" To which tho
young man promptly replied: "As
your daughter's salary has paid the
rent and bought most of the clothes
and food for your family, I think we
can worry along," .
Coral to Ward Off Evil Eye.
Italians, who aro naturally super
stitious, wear as a mascot a piece of
pink coral, this being supposed to
ward off tho evil eyo.
The Pamlly Cough Medicine.
I n every honifl thcrx should be a bottle
of l)r Kind's N'ew Discovery, ready for
immedhve usewheu any member ol the
family contnets a. cold or a couru.
from (it use win stop tne spread 01 sick-no-88
B A, Stip, of Mason, Mich ,
writes: "My whole family depends upon
Dr. King's New Discovery as tho beat
cough and old medicinn in thn world
Two COo bottles cured me of pneumonia.'
Thousands of other families have been
equally benefited and depend entirely
upon Dr King's New Olioovery to oure
their ooughs, colds, throat and lung
troubles. Kvery dose helps t'rlee, UMs
and 1.00. All druggists.
II B llucklen & Co. PbilladalphU or
. KkiAAjU 60 YEARS'
Wheat, the Ice Man,
Sells mere ice for less money than
tions. .A black
letter L." trade
mart la rlaeeJ
on all Lfifgeu A
Spring Ued. To
to had at all
firtt clais furni
Leoa for the 1."
LEfjQETT a PLATT, Carthage.Mo.
"l)y their frulta ye
shall know them."
The machinery wo sell
does the work and
does it right.
1 neuer ana
Rock Island Sulky
and Gang Plows
with C. T. X. bottoms.
AVe must have room for n liig fall
stock that will he coming in -im.
and we are making piieea on : : :
ALL SUFI HER
Dry Goods aed Shoes
That will move tlw goods in a huny.
It is your opportunity and you tan
not nti'ord to miss it.
Our Grocery Line is Complete
Are liny your produce.
Our cream teat will pleav u
R B- ru -if- g I i tM S rTKI
VllCLilUlifl J .wa g
Now 5s the lime
and value of your far
rp. r n .: 1
Fbetween 8 an?le steel unrirhts.
oae vjaies. ioiicc now
them tilainlv rnn't brnal; them
The first - H nt rnnral'iiii
cs, yet they la .t Cue times ;c lc
Build Your Own
if tii prefer and savomency
. luninn crjjstino i-irj tsteci.
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Vrrexh.'i m 1 3iroct inn .
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Burg"nerBowman Lbr. Co.
Old paper's at tins o' e 5 ccn'i
for large bundle tf
If your destination
can bo reached via
that is reason enough why
you should Imy your tick
et that way. Your tiip
will tell you why.
All-st I, ilcciic llghd
equlpmct, icd Many
meals, slier, ccntenlcn
are some of the reasons why
a trip via Pnsco Lines is so
restful and enjoyable.
Tell the I'nsco Agent where
jou plan tn k he nil! gie
ou full paitii ulars about the
fine Frisco tervice.
I3, 14. Ncwmim, O. P. A.
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