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Saturday Night, April 18
at the Al. E. Church
II. 'lVlliokrimu, First Tenor ami Soloist
Geo. I'. Orr, Second Tenor
I). W. .Mitohell. IJaritoni! anil Soloist
W. S. LVirtpr, Hasso and (Jornetist
Prof. !;. L. Kitch. Reader
(.I'loftmor of Hlocution Marionville College)
This organization has been giving concerts in various
parts of the state the past four years and will be sure
to please. Mr. Ilickmaii, the director, is known in
.Jasper, having had charge of the chorus during the re
vivals conducted by Hev. W. Al. Elliott, and his friends
here will be glad of an opportunity to hear him in an
engagement of this kind.
the auspices of the Delta Alpha Class 8
of the M E. Sunday School 8
Admission 25 cts
i for all over
OD GE5 ZZ& ED &G J CS&O 2frE
Via Missouri Pacific
sintj sow Itenvor, tho Tiko's IVak Uegion, 1'ueblo, tho
Uoyul tlorjie. Salt Lake City, Great Suit Lako and tho
heiuitiful Surra Xevucias in daylight. It's tho scenic
wav. lt'.il'i- roinfortiible way. It's tin all-year way.
It's the v.iv in oik- direction, no matter which way
you gu in tlv ill -v.
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Fran
cisco, February 20 to December 1, 1915. Panama-California
Exposition, San Diego, open entire year 1915.
Remember we are headquarters for
The best flour on the market. Wo also
have a carloud of S it S fertiliser, special
corn and oats grower. It contains moro
potash than any other corn and oats grow
er on tho market. It takos potash to make
tho ear or stalk. You havo to grow tho
stalk to get tho car, as it would be impos
sible to build a houso without a founda
tion. We still havo some Texas Seed
Oats cleaned and ready to sow.
Schooler Grain Co.
will be given under
GO t24& 4 0Md C3 aSXJ2 E Q Car
J. J. CADAGAN
' Take tho .Missouri Pacific when
you intend tho Fair.'
Country With One JJI.
Iceland Is altogether n Uw abiding
place. There Is only one Jail, unci that
rarely over has mora than two people
In It. This Is to bo largely sccouuit.il
for by tho fact that thero Is not a
distillery or a browcry in nil Icoland.
Order ol Pulillcnil n.
In the Circuit Court of Jai-r county.
Mo., at I'ltrthngn K.'liruiry trm IUI4
Harry (). .MoMullen, I'liiintltl. vs.
t'nrrie K. .MoMullen, Defendant
Now at this dm coined the .ntlfT in
thu above entitled o Udi. by Attorney
(J V Urowdjr and Hies hi petition
afllrlavit, stntitiR nmofH! other things
thiit the defendant Carrm 12 MoMullen
is a non-resident of th Staio of MWsmiri
and cannot be surved with thu ordinary
tirocpo of law In thit state It is there
for ordered l the l?nurt tbm pulnloii
tion b made, notifying tlies.vil defi-n
ilant that suit lint been commune d
asainiat lier by ixititlin in the Circuit
Court Hi Jasper Uount). Hn , at I'arth
aee; thu object and u'eniral nature of
wlii li is to obtain n decree ol divorce
fr m tho bondinf matrimnny hetet f r
contrcted, entered into .md "Xistinirlij
and between tbo plnintitr nnd the do
fendnt on tho (.round of ntli;iiili ,
ami that tinli'si thttil IWindant be and
npear at 'he next term of The tm.l
I ourt, to coinnieneo an 1 be Ik. I, I n t
Cut thane, in onid 'mint, ..n 'he lirt
Monday In June, 1 II 1 1 , unit 1 r nr
lemur to the 1'lnintilt" i'i im , on or
before the tliird day f md I' r-n nf the
term shrill o l"iic con inue, , ,1 if nor
i ben before the eini of f '.-mi) tlie
"Hine will be taken a c- nfx.il
It U furtbur ordered ilutaei le-ie
of lie publilnd, at m lion t week,
f" four wenkt iioe.-ivl the tut In
sertion to be lit ll'Ht llfteen d,ltM ti.-f.iro
th first da of xnid term in the latfr
N"we, a iiMv,Hinp.r iulilislii'l n ail
o nnty, nnd de-i naieii In the I'lnintilT,
with (lie approval f t'-e ('our' is most
li't 1) to civn notic- io .ud defendant.
iruuoopj of the record
Do'Ih Sharp, t lerk.
I!) A. n Taintart, 1) O.
ieor.e W CrovMler, Attnrni fori
"irit I'liblicntinn March 111 It
TUd-l-iiicli s-c OK 1913
I lorn. ."&ai ,(. ' .
Get Your Canadian Home
From the Canadian Pacific
V""r ANY fanm-m lutvt mh for Idrtr furmt
vj mlh oh rot Kintt Utnl nn -iLrth
nt2-j for cr.un, iiiiil (jini)n .iih! rt'h.
mf '"it j (II t -IO jh i hi n I.hiiUh npsr
VVl r.nltoiiIiuitnl fin town V .uiTiuitt
s tdtm will nukt VOlMtidi m ml nt!
20 Years to Pay $2,000 Loans
Twr-riljr jnr lo iwy fur tho lanil unj o iwr
Hie le.ni. Litn Ij. lor,, y.iur lnt iiiin.iit
l.i-eiili'4 ilui tour 111,11 Hill hoe jiiiil frr
IIm If olor anil tm r I.wn will Ik, It.! lu
oiH-l hiilMlnsNun,! tikiki. ih-rntalipiit lull ruTi
riM iil-.ti,url4riM. Auk for (lit- f ift'(OIIY.
. I .'. -.,' !! If p ,
i Br fit
"My their fruits ye
shall know them."
The machinery we sell
does tho work and
does it right
Rock Island Sulky
and Gdng Plows
with 0. T. X. bottoms.
1 EMuepfira I
Dl'IU ' l?. F. "crt..it
Snti.rtii v .,.. th 11 , A t
'I ill- M i: Churni, wnl
Hereans, si class of otmy; nn-n.
ctu;iii;cil in a corrcst to iiicii'Mti
the nu'tntiLrship nf each cl:e-s s
a re-lilt both clases uire Rrpally
increased. Thr Herenns liciin; the
most successful were cntrrtftinrrl
in 11 must enj 'yalilc inanm-r bv tin
Helta Alphas at the bom- of Mis
Mary Drake Fririiy pvcinnj 'I he
house was tastefully liecorutci
with cut llnwets ami potted plnnU
V.iricius Ritme- wtie enjnyeJ iltir
iny the evenini; One which nave
us all a rhance l try our maitss
m insltip w in :i bunny susptmltHl
by a cord in the iluoray and alt
t' iril their skill with .1 luw im)
anort. Mr Miller of Lamar pint mI
to lie Mil Wiauiprifi maik'-niaii an 1
was 'i(ti buntiy a a triphv.
Misses Martha anil Mamie Corder
I'Hfh sne retied tn getting the same
nuimV'i "( answers wrrtct in a
(lowi'i (.otmniiii.ni contest :iml
tiir-v were ;ivn a lion nf bonlons-
A very i.fiii)iir' pi m whs ueil in
obtaining pnrtners f-ir suppi-r
Tin name ofsotu well known riic
w:is liainlcd to earh otic pre--er"t,
anil Miss i)mn Webb played the
a. inn panim-nis the ynunc I -V
stepp. 1 1 into the prlor where h(h
whs nit-l by thu younc inriti ''o
ImiI the same Mint; as hal Urn
yiwii hi-r, .iiifl 'he Ming lite vntig
a a .luet
We ere then invited into the
liming ruf-ni lv Misses Nina L- u l
enshter ami Graee Crow where
wi wi re ri ei ' a dainty t wo-cours"
lumleon Tli' y all departed at i
I ite hi ur deelrfring Miat the Delta
A'plias could not be ln-iiten al et
ti'ttniriinv as they hndbaen be.iten
in the contet We have new
m. tubers en'ei the class alltif'St
ever Si.ndnv .mil extend to .ill
yniint' ladies who are nut in Sun
mU scI oui -i coruiai welcome to
ours Report ii
1n-. Bkhtha WkHUIvR.
Willi m IIder and d.UKllter
WilU an.i Ben Kim: took dinner
with Sam Kim.' and family Ttios
dy - Mis Bertie Garner spent
Mi. d.iywith l.er Krandmother in
J .--per Tuesday Mrs S. Fullmer
c .lied on Grandma Armstrong
Tl.urwl.il -I C. Vbber nd Hurl
(l.in.er went to Boston on busin.-s-
, Thursdav. -One of Joe Taflaer's
1 1 us was siek Wednesday oieninu
' T.cc- 1J...I. llr.fUftC 1Fici't.wt tllu
'is- Nellie and K itie Tu finer
one .lav I .st week Ber ha Web
ber i ailed on Mrs Joe Tafiner and
family Thursday MissCyra Baird
usitcd Maud Miller Sundiy. Mi's
Nellie Tafiner is staying with Milo
Butler and tamily this week Os
car Owen of Boston visited J. C
Webber Sunday Charley Tafiner
and family of Lamar visited his
brother John and family Sunday.
Fred Grider sold a nice lersey cow
last Thursdav. Jess and Sil is
Grifiitts and Geute Tafiner visited
at Charley Woodrow's Sunday
Andrew Butler whs in our neigh
borhood Saturday. Mr. Gridei
and wife went to Carthage Thurs
day Mossa Grider came home
1 st Saturday Hartel Grider of
Carthage visited home folks Mon
Schoolmaster (at end of object lea
eon) ''Now, can any of you tell ma
what Is water?" Small and Orubby
Urchin "Please, teacher, water's
what tiirnB black whoa you put your
anda In It!"
There Lay tho Worry.
"I say, Sambo." asked a man of
an Improvident negro who had lost
a lob for the third or fourth time,
"aren't you worried over tho question
of wherewithal to support you?"
"Lordy, Marso Henry," was the reply.
"I ain't worryln' 'bout wherewithal,
be worryln' 'bout de wbcreforo fur
A Bargain Center
A Few Personal Notes
Among Our Customers
St Louis buqqies. t
D -L-iVil separators. i
One Minute washers.
Kmers in corn planters.
New l'erfcetion oil stoves.
Fnierson sulkvs tind gMiiys.
Robinscn manure spreaders, '
Buster Brown sulkvs and Rang
Uubberoid and (,'hlvanued roof.
Followin;, i n pirtinl lint of our
mst'iiners .hm.' tlu j,.nds thev et)ie
to ( 'ir shite t.i buy thu p;idt 'Cekj!; '
I' Saraflce, wire
lliie Hartley, nails
1tu Kunkler, iiniln
fred T'owt rs, lantern
Wil'iam r-utby nails
Wm Bul, barb wiie
Hen Ueiric barb wire
f Smith, barb wire
I P HI .ize barb wire
15 P Kn-ls. barb wire
Wi-l'b lb s birb itv
Fred Cathei, larb wire
lfilin tia-tel, b.rb wire
tl nry I'unh, brli wio
V. II Sta'k, hardware
rh.is Ball ird, birb wire
II S. L .mkin. barb wire
S R. Mitchell, barb wire
M. Hendi rsnn birbwjre
W II Sui-czv, barb wire
W. A Cline, jioultry wire
W R Farr poultry wire
J F. Cunts, poultry wire
John WeMi. pi.ultry wire "
V. D. Kelly, corn planter
G M. Ja.'i b, poultry wire
G F Brou, poultiy wire
A L Lattimer, barb wire
Mar li Lvnian. barb wire
Charles Wine, garden plow
Charles Bllard, poultry wiro
A W S' hott, writer seperalor
Fred Earl. American hog wiro
W P Taylor, pi ultrv ne'ttinu
A M. Smith. American hog wire
(i VC Haile Diain"nd Rdge ox
C. S Roeers, American hog who
T A Cutler, American .hog wm
R V Lane, American hog wiro
Mrs M E Lyman, poultry wiro
Clyde Wagner water separator
Oscar Fsken. American ling wite
S. A. IJstey. Amcnean ho wire'
Fred Mitchell, De LnvaVscpnra
J W. Coop, Catthnge, poultry
Ftank Brummett, American jipg''
Wm Patteison. American hog '
George Enrl, Diamond Hdge
Roydan Seidner, Rubberoid
Frank Mitchell, Royal American
George Patterson, American hog
and barb wire
Among our valued customers the
past week were F. W. Wescott.
Judge Hubbard. L P. Major, Setb
Gresham, Garrett Mageis. A J.
Osborne, Chas. Andrews, Walter
Dodd, I Y Byers. C. R. Patter
son, Frank Cline, J. Thiel, Don
Bedell. L M. Harriman. W. A.
McClintock. and many others.
H. H. SHARP