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The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, March 30, 1922, Image 7

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FOR PAINT UP CAMPAIGN
ry city should have an an
nital jMkintmp campaign March
fc Mel lime to fam but Awit
ls theflatwntimeiri tfia part
of wt couatry Every building
should nave its new dress of paint
anonalty imt the quality of the
saint should be of the beat Bat
ifayark aHowed to pawi by
without thk needed attention the
alierate year at least should wit-
am tk shining up Paint
netottly heightens the cstheatic
-attract veaefof a home but it is a
wonderful preservative Mooqon
oraris raoreobvious Within the
next few weeks all house painters
should be working overtime
Birmingham Age Herald
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llOV PUBLIC UTILITIES SAVE
JOMERS MONEY
When you consider the
ed rates tlmtyou would be obliged
to pay for fire insurance had not
electricity and gas superseded
the candle and the coal oil lamp
mnd Bince the telephone makes it
possible t6 call the fire or police
departments quickly you will see
that these public utilities really
cost you nothing
The fire risks of candles match
e wpnrki from wood or coal
nre protection from organiz2d fire
departments make -farm houises
Barns etc prohibitive risks lo fire
insurance companies i The city
property owner could not sleep if
his property went uninsured dver
one night
Fire insurance is regarded as a
a fundamental of business The
use of candh coal 6il lamps etc
greatly increase the nre insurance
rates Electric or gas light a
ephone greatly reduce rates of fire
insurance
Having electric light gas run
ning water md a telephone in
your house means not only con
venience but an actual saving of
money
ALPHA CLUB MEETING
The ladies of the Alpha Club
with Mrs W HWaters and little
son as guests met at the home of
Mrs Shields Wednesday after
noon MarcJi 2 Twelve mem
bfirs responded to roll call Fav
orito Hymns asd thefc Authors
After the business session which
consisted principally of planning
for the coming year a very inter
esting and entertaining program
was carried but
A paper on Music1 Miss Fox
Music jn the Home by Mrs
Shields and a humorous reading
Betsey and I are Out1 and ft
sequej How Betsey and IjMade
Up by Mrs uretfiam
This was followed by the hoe
iem attkted by MrsWaters and
TMjfss Fojf scyingyery dainty
frakBwtsoiicecrcam n4 cake
witk hot coffee
The club the adjourned to meet
With Mrs Anna WeltoWedaesi
day afternoon f April Re-
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y Umo by a villainous ficeC at the
inflow dont be alarmed foritk
f to bo pnjseivted by the M 0
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S B FOREMAN STRUCK BY CAR
S -B Foreman and Lemuel
Thomas misunderstood
others signals on South
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Main
Street Tuesday aftetfnoon -with
thefesultthatMr Foreman was
knocked down by Mr Thomas
Ford Mr Thonias got out and
helped Mr Foreman to his feet
and Wanted to take him home
buf the latter assured him he was
not hurt and walked home
By the timc lie reached home
Mr Foreman found that he was
hurt and was call
ed and found that one or two ribs
were fractured Mr Foreman is
probably about 80 years of age
but quite vigorous He is getting
along well
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HERCULES POWDER COS SALE
POSTPONED
The Hercules Powder Cos sale
of pure bred Shorthorn cattle and
hogs rimles apd other property
has been postponed from Wednes
day March 29 toMonday April 3
LITTLE BOY GETS BROKEN ARM
Melvin 7ryear oId son of Clar
ence Keith and wife 12 miles
southeast of Jasper fell from a hay
mow last Saturday fracturing
both bones of his left arnw Dr
Knott went out
rrnuJtufe
W C TU NOTES
The Union held a most interest
ing meeting at the home of Mrs
NettioHarburTuesdayjMarch 21
A good program was given and
plans were laidfbrfuture activities
itles Rev Oscar Wright of the
Christian church and Rev Mr
Clendentng were present and spoke
m6st enthusiastically of our work
and gave helpful suggestions for
future w6rk
The Union will meet with Mis
Katherine Gilbreath Tuesday
April 4 and the following program
has been arranged
Devotionals Mrs Charlotte
Magers
Business
Roll call with response of items
of interest in the prohibition work
0 u r Washington Letters
Mrs Hattio Wine
Department of ChildWelfare
Mrs JJaisy Itouser
The Polyglot Petition Mrs
Beulah Teeter
Blinded by Drink Mrs Mel
ton
History in the Making Mrs
Katherine Gilbreath
Benediction
A1V women interested ri thk
work should bepresent
M E CHURCH NOTE
Womens chorus practice Tues
day2pm
for Mission
- Childrens practice
ary Sunday Wednesday 4pm
Cbqhr practice Wednesday 730
pm
Childrens practice for Easter
Thursday 4rp m
Prayec sefYiceThursdy5rp jn
Mens chorus praeticeThurs
day8p f -
Uthat liquet Friday eying t
JRleguldr services nwt Sunday
SpicTaJ mue for
Mrs Petersou
Special music for evening serv
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took fetMttee of Ua - ftSflEf noma8 a8
IOMWyJiigkfioub4tho taS ffty The senior
B bt mi9t the Nmunlty ara On Tornin8 f
j iri s wJ rwiJ k naramm division op ia science class hikeu
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thaa 8 years Mr
io Ceefe Crk The second di
vrawmfiUw wpenco class went on
Tablr and his wife and son will fnday wknm w Both classes en-
uiiifc tu Af tUn nflRp joyed Utetrr trips -very much
wtfwIUdMfct gTVo jusf as The fiJfetematory contest
v 8venFnjnight Jasperwon
satisfacto service l
Ruth GooiLottie Stockddle
were winnWjfcfthe gold medals
and Ines Patterson Elmo Maize
and Lenaieman the silver
medals Ducnweg deserves much
credit for heivrepresentation attd
for the fine spirit manifested
throughopt Uej entire contest
for whenthJHast great test is
made it is written not whether
we have loJor won but how
well we playMe game
The juniors gave the assembly
program lastjoesday morning
Mrs Drummond gave two good
readings tyhiclvstwere enjoyed by
everyone Repsear Wright was
resent ThJnext prop am will
E e given by thtfiphomores
Several areout of school because
of pink eye Ahiong those abnl
are Harley HammondLynn Scott
Lottie and Ruth Stockdale
The senior grades for the four
years work haye houn uvorajed
to determine the honor lis
Mildred Winona is valtri t ton j
and Samuel Wine is silutatoran
Elya Howrey
Marie Rosebaugh
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DIAMOND
S Rs Denniston
Mrs SherdBerrihil called on
Mra J A BoydiTuesday
Mrs J A Boyd spent Thuis
day with MrgSiJos Denniston anu
Grandma itvan
and reduced the I Charles Hane and wife sp nt
Ki rvs r fl
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silas Denniston sold a load of
hogs to John Ward Saturday
Theo Mitchell helped Irvin
Spoon sow oats Thursday
Ethel Ingel is Reaching school at
Tower Light this week
John Buzzard sold some calves
to Lee Mitchell Mpnday
Dinger Doiinell ran the
Phone Co s old Ford iifto the
ditch Tuesday evening and took
off the running bbard and fenders
on one side and broke an axle
Dinger says the- front wheeb
went to shimmying and she ran
into the ditch Thats all
If you are awakened in the night
time by a villainous face at the
window dont bealarmed for it is
to be presented by the M E C S
Sunday School Dont forget to
watch for the appearance of The
Face at the Window Adv
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice ia hereby given to all creditors
and others interested in the estate of
George W Rex deceased thatlAnru
V Rex executrix of said estate intend
to make final ssttlement thereof at the
next term of the Probate Court of
Jasper County State of Missouri to be
held at Carthage on the 8 th day of May
1922 Anna V Rex executrix
First published March 23 4 1
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby ziven to ail creditors
and others interested ia the estate of
TbomMJTiller deceased thatlWII
Watjr administrator of said es
tate intend to make final thereof at the
next tern of the Probate Court of Jasper-
County State of Missouri to be
m14 at Carthage oniho 8th day of May
J9 -Hl Waters Jr
Administrator
First published March 16 tt
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PINGREE DENNISON
Leading Jewelers and Optometrists Carthage Missouri
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oney to Loan at 3 per cent
No Commission Bonus or Compound Interest
Origin of Our 3 Per Cent Plan
Ours is not a new plan It originated in Greenwich England in
1809 The largest company now operating is in Manchester England
with a record of over 550000000 of business written
What the Supreme Court of Mo says of our plan
The following is an extract from an opinion by the Supreme Court of
Missouri with reference to the method of making loans as used by the
United Home Loan Depository Kansas City Mo
It will be noted that full provisions for the safeguarding of the
rights of beneficiaries are made It is shown by the best actuarial
authorities in thestato that the plan is financially sound In fact that
is conceded by the pleadings in this case When this is considered in
connection with further facts that the Trustees managing this trust are
at all times subject to a court of equity and by virtue of section 10263
Supra are under the constant supervision of the Supervisor of the Build
ing and Loan Associations of Missouri it becomes difficult to conceive
hew stronger safe guards could bo made to protect tho public
The above can be found in full detail in the Southwest Reporter ad
vance sheet dated September 14 1921 Pages 20 29
Dots this sound like a fraud or fake to you Well it did not sound
that way to your supreme court
If you Expect to Need MONEY SOON Get our Money at 3 per cent
Pay it back at the rate of ten dollars per month per thousand dollars and
interest at 3 per Cent which reduces j early us the principal is reduced
Send uayour application at once as it will require some time to get
your loan through
WANTED District Managers to appoint agents to writo applica
tions
Address D H STROUP General Agent
FrTSEN COUNTIES SOUTHWEST MISSOURI
1124 South Maple Carthage Mo Bell Phone 13T
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