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title: 'The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, April 09, 1914, Image 2',
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SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE
AT M. E. CHURCH SOUTH
Local Sunday School Workers to
Have an Opportunity'to Hear
Prominent State Workers Dis
cuss Interesting Subjects
The following program will be
given at the M I! Church South
Satimlay, Auril ii, under the
auspices, of the Jasper County
Sunday School Association
ioc Song sen ice led by Mr Frank
a 1 5 Devotional service led by
i jo Address if welcome by Rev.
H. V Pinkston.
2 40 Sunday school worker's con
ference, conducted in a very
instructive anil entertaining
manner bv Miss Harriett
Edna Heard and Mrs W B
Imnir tmi.hing upon the fnl
'nsiing topir ' Grading tilt
.-. Iirol ' Graded Lesson',"
(.r,i )rd Missionary Instiuc
ti n- ' ti.iining the Stand
arc) ' ' Cla Organization,
Better hunda hi hool work,'
etc tMrs Joiner and Miss
Heard are State workers of
high ability, so bring your
problems to be solved )
Special music will be inter
spewed throughout and after
7 -oo Song service.
; 10 Address- My trip to the
world's convention, Zurich,
Switzerland, by Miss Beard
(Miss Beard will have to give
her address nt this eaily hour
on account of leaving; on the
north bound train for St.
S oo Special music number:.
S.io Address. Lake Geneva train
ing schoob by Mrs V. B.
Come early and sty all day.
Bring your notc book, ami pencil.
Walter II. Bradbury.
Bar Liquor in the Army. Too?
Brig. Gen. William C dm gas
took oftice Monday as surgeon
general of the army, surcveding
Brig Gen George H. Torney. who
died ljt December He pud his'
respects to President Yils.u. and
as he left the White House told m j
(Hirers he was in sympathy with!
the prohibition of lupmr in the
navv -ind believe I fitch an order
would do much good in the aiiny
He added, however, that it was
only a personal opinion and that
he had not discussed it with other
General Gorgas is the man who
cleaned up the Canal Zone, and
who by modern sanitation changed
that country from a pcstileii
ridden country to a place as safe
to live in as Missouri To hmi
should be given much credit lor
the final completion of 1 he Panami
Sbti was a little girl and wry po
lite. It was tlio first time lm liul
boon on a visit alone, and she hail
beon carefully instructed ho to bu
have "If they ask you U dlno with them,"
papa had said, "yoo muit gay, Wo.
thank you; I hvo already dined "
It turned ont just as papa had an
ticipated. "Come along, Mnrjorle." nalil hw
Ilttlo friend's father, "you must tiara
a bite with us."
"No. thank you," said the little Mrl.
with dignity; "I hnre already bitten
A tall oung mau with a distinctly
English bearing was pacing the front
veranda at one or thn fashiouablo
hotels at Attantle City not long mro.
Suddenly ho camo to a Btop. readjust
ed his eye-glasn and turned to an ac
quaintance who was standing by
"Hah Jovo'" said ho, "all tho girli
around here smile at me."
"Well, that shows that thoy havo
some manners." quietly returned the
other "Anywhere else the would
laugh outright." Illustrated Sunday
What Kind oi Stock
Are You Raising?
Can You Afford t
'- .' : :1 Anything
th- K .? ?
TRAIMMI l:OR THE PUBLIC UN
STANDARD liAl.p-Mll.l: I RACK
IMKNS ADJUINIMi .MO lAC. .STATION
THE TODD ALLERTON
Breeding and Training; Barn
I. l.Ui)I:KllAUCirl, Prop.
TODD ALLERTON 34215, Record 2.12i
In tlii minds id i.i!ii.c :in I m i Ii i have neeii
our Moi'k there U mi ii tiiii :t ii' : in-(iiality nt' the
splendid iiuinmN in on- Itivi- ini in n
It' ytu bne not neen our horst .-and jacks it will pay
m to make trip to our ham. liHpiiat ami Lookout
an- two of the Uncut sjieoiinens oi the I Vivaeron ou ever
,iv, and you "ill say ho when you -c. them.
IllQUiet, imported lVuvhurou Mnilinn, rtfordt'd in
B I't-ri-lioioii Society of Aniuncii m lhin, Amciican No.
(.'.iMiii. Color, drey. Foaled April 15, VMH. U ill
umtute to about -'.'ililj lOillids.
Lookout, No. 17!."', recorded in the United States
Ilorxe If;ixter incorporated under tlm laws of tho State,
Duke, No. '271."). Sire, Victor dr. 878. Diini, Maudo
171M. If you are initiiug mules breed your mares to a
registered jack, lilood tells.
Dave, a tint) black jack 15.1 high, of the famous
Service, fee, to insure, $15 for tho horses and 10 for
il niilcH south and 8 east of Jasper, on the base, line.
Positively no business on Sunday.
No Insult Meant.
Frenchman (who wants a paes-out
ticket, to attendant at theater) Par
don, monsieur. Aro you zo tlcket-of-leave
man 7 I'earson'a Weekly.
Check Your April Cough,
Thuwlui; Iros; anil April r.dns oliii
jou to the Miry marrow, jou oatcu oul i
Head and lungs stuffed You re fr.
rorish Couuli continually and tee'
miserable You need Dr. King's New
Ditoovvry It ttootlet inll.mtd ami iiri
talod throat and tunes, stops couch,
your litwil clears up, (ever leaver, unci
ynu feel flue. Mr, J . T. Davis, of Stick
noy (Tomer. Me., ''waacuredot ailrend
f ul ooukIi urtr doctor's treatment and
all other remedies failed. Relief or
mony back, IMenmnt Ctilldren like
it. Get a Ixrttte to day. ,M)a.nnd $1.(0.
Kecommtnded liy II. K. l'ltts, Jaiwr
Out of ono pound of compound
nickel and copper, coating about 23
cents, tho government coins $4X5
worth of live-cent pieces.
Tho shallow draft passenger steam
ers built by an English (.hlpbulldlOE
concern for river servlco In the trop
ics nro equipped with 'artlllclal rain."
Up through tho an nine forming tho
roof of tlio upper cabin project two
wator pipes, each of which is fitted
with, n. spray head. These fountains
throw 6praya of water over the awn
ing, and tho rapid evaporation under
Cie hot rays of tho sun keeps tho
cabins cool. Popular Mechanics Mac-arlne.
iffljaiiiiii, -'i-?'.. '
1 r TnVMI J NPHtMISE ''MCldlii
idea " - '- Wwm&iBfisBm
By AlhTton '2.0!) who wa
tho world's clmtnpion trot
tinj; stallion for -'! cir-,
and holds the world' rec
ord for sireinj more t ? t
ters and nicer' in the u-t
than nnv nther hoii'. Tudd
A l t-r tt !- ilnm Loiiilciii i
Wiik-- 2. Ml l shlund
Wilke- 2 I7 aim hei cli.iui
Jil II sire,w llo sin-il Julio 1.
(jMiti 2 Ui'. A I'oinjiii'ii'
jiediree will In- jivcii mo
person on request whieli
will show lie is one of the
best bred horses in tho
world. Ho is also a sire of
speed, style ami action, one
of his colts having a race
record of 2.1 1 J at 3 years
old. Ain ther tickling colt winning first prize last year at Okluhunm State Fair.
Todd lei-ton i ti hundsnmu brown, 1G hands, weight 1250, will muko tho scjsoii
of IS) I 'i ut $25 to insure living colt, money due when colt is foaled, except mures
outside of this territory must make settlement it time of service.
ROBERT REAPER 53179. Robert Iteapor is a4-yoar-old brown horse 15i
hands weight 11m). His siru is Early Reaper 2.09J, his dam Clara H. Robert
Reaper is a good individual and has the breeding on both sides to siio lots of speed
uud bo has lots of S eed himsolf. Ho will bo worked on tho track all this year us
we think him a good fast race prospect, (lorau and see this good registered son of
Early Reaper before bookingyour mares elsewhere. Terms : $15 to insure living colt.
REX 71533 Rex is a 4-year-old Percheron, 17 hands high, woight 2000 pounds
when fat. Rex has a pedigiee on both sides as long as a good trotting horse, tracing
back live and six generations on both sides in thn French and American Percheron
Registry. Rex's sire weighed 2200 and his dam 2100 which shows ho is of large
breeding. He bus also proven u sure foal getter. S15 to insure living colt.
JOHN L. SULLIVAN
is a large blue jack, 16 hands stand ird, of Maltese nd Mammoth blood, 8 years old and pronounced
by our best jack judges "lie of the best jacks in this part of the country I have seen several of his
colts and they are all first class mules. He whs bred and raided in Kentucky and made two seasons
in this country He Iihs hNo proven a sure foal yetter, $15 to insure living colt. It is my inten
tion to have one or two more jacks in soon.
TERMS My terms on above stock are money due when colt is foaled. Any mares changing
hands or leaving mighborhood money becomes due at once and must be settled for I will not be
responsible for any acciients of my patrons, nor hold them for any on my stock. Bring your barren
mares and hard ones to gel in foal and let us try our scientific treatment on them as I succeeded in
this manner in many cases last year. No breeding on Sunday
Urcaklns and Training Establishment: Remember we break and train all classes of colts
and horses with humane and kind treatment at reasonable prices.
E. I. Lauderbaugh, Prop., Jadper, Mo. A. B. Riggs, Trainer
r. It. UIOOS. Trainer
The following i it list of mv stock for public breeding and terms for l'.)M.
r I wi'l s.'.y mv hore are all registered under Utile One, as I do not think it
to giade ftoek.
iuihi rma. ram .UatiiUlU,., oi llutialo,
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