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VOL III
The
STEWART AT ANADARKO
I OKMER JASPFR nAN WHO IS
A1AKINQ fllONEV
OeU 70 a Month In RentsSome
Interesting Notes of the New
Country by a Rcturn
JttdMigtlm
OIH Huberts returned Tuesday uight
from n couple of nodes pilgrimage
through the newly opened Indian lands
of Oklahoma Ho visited llobert An
ndarko and it number of ttio smaller
towns which amjirst starting up il
f topped most of tho Unto nt Yimdurko
whfro thero are n number1 of JnsT 10
ilo located Ha reports A Stewart
making lots of Moray He has five or
vix buildings which bo rents out bring
him altogether about 70 it month
kOllie says that hardly it day passu with
out Stewart makes hoiiio kind of n trade
all tho way from a wood pile to it
and lot
Mr Roberts bought a residence lot
in that city merely as 11 bpceulallon and
has already had 11 chance to sell it for
0 morn than whit liepiid but ho ex
pects to mako a hundred dollar on it
lie gays that Anadarko is a mighty livo
ly place No let up for Sundays and
on m Willi jht nigils the sound of th
saw and I ummer is hiud all night
lone
Among the oilier Ja3perlans Olllo run
ncrojs at Anadirko w3 Hob Childers
Hob was on the lookout for it good loca
tion for a small grocery store but ho
0011 found that that place was well sup
plied with oveiy business under tho sun
nd left thocltv in disgust Hob said
that he as just about to go into bus
nss nt a httlu touD in the lndiin
Have Ciianged Locations
Dr Jnorgo 1 Androws and two
children came In last Sunday morning
fiom tirandiu aud visited several dtys
with relatives They Ictvo saon for H
unid Colorado whero the doctor will
tiikn a position in the mtllcal depart
ment of a coal and iron company Ho
was compelled to iente irandin on ac
count of tho unhealthy climate His
oldestson came near dying about a ear
ngo with malaria fever aud is just ie
corering fiom another seige of tho same
disease
Miss Jcfesin Uiuner went over to
iolden City last Friday and began her
duties in the bchools uf that plice Mon
day morning Her skter Ruth accom
jitliiiil tier and ibitwl a few da 3
A snow white modicuted
high quality Cotton Butt nt
Hastings
THE
RIVAL
High Patent Flour
at HILLS
City
THE -JASPER N
ANOTMUR CONVENTION
Township Sunday Schools Will
fleet on September 29
Representatives of the various Sun
day schools of 1resUin township mt at
llio Home 01 j i Mens in tins cuy
last Sunday nftornoon and decided to
hold their next Convention nt the Map
list church in Jasper on Sunday Sep
tember 29th beginning ut one oclock in
tho afternoon Tho -subjects selected
for discussion were as follows
0 1 Tho self training of the Sabbath
School Teacher
2 To what extent i the Sunday
School worker resiunsiblo for the wide
spread use of intoxicating liquors
3 The teacheis mwtiujf
Tho follow iug speakers worn sclecti d
For the first subject Rev 1 N Pay
ton J V Spaid and O V Thonius
Second subject Mr D Matthews
Mrs A Wheeler arid Mm U E Clark
Third subject V C VanDiihen C
N HutU and Mrs C Kmbren
Mrs A M Crindnll wis requested to
gito a repoit of tne btnto suniiny
School couteution sho having attended
that gathering Miss Alta Armstrong
was selected ns organist for the occa
sion
A complete program will be published
later
CLAUD UOYER SURPRISED
tils Prlends Help Him Cvlibratc His
19th ISIrthday
tfoc nu when
SPECTACLES
I have just put in a now line
ICjes Tis tisl Eree
J 3 HALL Jaspsr Mo
iossness
ii
JASPKIt MISOUIU TIIlKSDAY SSEPTKMM
Inst night In honor of his 19th birtlnla
While he was down towu thn cioud
gnthcrfd at his home and when he re
turned he eas comphitelt bewildered to
find tho homo foil of jounjr people All
ritorv but a worn in got ottVndiil at n I hitd t goul time plat iug gam s etc
siloonnadsetnretoitand Inlrm d the Tho so present were Moses Denla
to n up I S cker A Itn Cither My rtin lVerson
Mr Huberts also met Clyde Jcilers Jmuie Pcd Mattie Correll Miblo llo
afoimerJasior boy Ha reports lion er Kitie Roberts Ruth Hruner nnd
married nnd doing well Maud MoQuillln Messrs Ottis
I uall tlnnit Tlioii on llomer lioarlorii juesents
Clint Howman Clint lecter Claud lo
jor Roy Wells Artler Tabler aud
Parker Sheets
Dislocated tier Hip -
Tho old ladyIlohnes had the mlsfor
tunn to dislocate her hip one day last
week at thn homo of her son Divid
Holmes She accidentally htepped into
a hole in tho well curbing which was
tho caUMi of thn iujuiy
The fourth quarterlt Conference of
tho M E Church South Neosho Dis
trict Jasper Circuit will convene in
Jasper next Saturd ty September 7th
Rev S J Brown l E wil bo here
nnd hold the services All are united to
attend
Mrs Maudii Hershey returned lat
week from a visit with her sister Mrs
Clyde Wallor at Sarcoxie Mrs Wallnr
accompanied her nnd vislttd beverul
daja with her parents
College
WATERS BLOCK MAIN STREET
Day and Night Sessions School Entire Year
FALL TERM OPENED MONDAYSEPT2i9oi
Shorthund Typewriting Book lceopiiig Hanking Pen
manship Business Arithmetic Commercial Law Spoil
ing Business Letter WritingJRapid Calculation and actual
Business Practice taught
Now is tho most favorahlo time for any nmbitious
young man or woman to better his or her condition in life
hy preparing for tho sainoJ tho Modo1 City Business Col
lege Wo joinour interests with theirs in helping them
muko a complete success of tho eotirso undertaken
For particulars call on or address
C C TRIMBLE President
Carthage IVIo
H OWENS Manager
Meal Chop Feed
Meal Chop Wheat Chop Custom Work
times Pries reason ib1 itv j
all
AMONG THE APPLE MEN
NUMBER OP ORCHARDS
in this viciNirv
Palmer Sells Ills Crop for 900 and
Win St John Refuses an j
Offer of So RanJ
Sells for 80 I
A number of npplo buyi is lmvs been
in this vicinity for tho past neck or
ions orchardlsts ill this part of the Rig
Red Apples domain Rcpreeiitatlves
from two different fruit companies are
vicing with each other for the posses
sion of tho choicest orchards
Uontraels for the sile of sev ril or
chards have nh eady been closed
tho crop for i0 and tho qrohurd ou tho
old Dr Debrow pluce cajt of town
has been told for C200
I W S lidolcralt his also sold the
crop on his farm northeast of the city
Win St John hag been ottered JSTO
for his crop but he is holding it for
51000 which ho thinks he will bo utile
to s euie
The price received fir the crop when
sold in this matiunr b all prollt 11s the
puicluisers attend lo the gutheiiiig nod
Tho friends of Claud Hoyer gave him a shipping the fmiit They are well
suri rise at his homo on Maiden Lane equipped for that psrt of the b siners
I art of It being done by machinery
which is operated light in tlio orchard
lracb Calhoun Surprised
Little Jracn adioon hid a mostdo
lightful surpris pnti Tnuivday it lie
lug her blrlhdsy Her little filnds
cjiiin iacnrly in thn morning and stat
id all day and her mamma had 11 most
elegant dinner for the little unites nnd
they hid a liitlo table well filled with
Klne lilillUeretiietrt fl now
CaUicou Clara Etlnl
Gresliam Iizio Orillln Leta Ciillsm
Edith and Esther Ring Jrucie aud Kd
un Oreshaiu
Miss Minnis Lster daughter of JtVili
Lester died at ho 110 of her grandmothi f
Mis King iurllentt of tlo cltt one
day lastweek
Thn HIiih Stir Mhuol noithofthe
city opiiisl Monday with Miss
Mmlgo Mardick of ijlden City as teach
er
Mr A II Uray irceivnl the sad
nons Sund it- o the death uf his father
which oecurnsl ut Ids home at Iliiie
Icck Nebraska last wick
Oscar Emerson of Uarlhage ilsltid
his uiiclii and uunt Mr and Mis W K
Trcnncr in this city Tuesday
Mr and Mrs has llutts hated mov
ed into Mrs Hat les house on Lexing
ton Aicnue
Tom Iiwo has movul into tho proper
ty ho recently puichused from II M
Iisblea
J 1 Harbur is in BtIiois this week
buying his fall aril winter stock of
goods
NOWFUK
High Patent Flower
21J o 1I
DEATH OP MR SWEET
Passed away Sunday Morning Sept
S0LD ember 2
Mr 0 I Sweet who has been in n
j cri Jeil condition for tho past wont nt
w Moment msuiugiiter nirs 11 iv
Hallnrd In this city died last Monday
morning nt ten Minutes past six oclock
lliiwni2 ji arn 1 months mid a few
days of age and le ires a wife and two
dapghtcrs Mrs llnllanl and Miss Alma
SwWlt and mint ft iends to mourn his
Tho funeril was held on Tuodav
liioro negotiating for tho purchase 11 f oclock
morningHt 10 and was conduct
thissenwma crop ofippH from tho tar 11 jov atll1r th ptist
chinch
A large concourse of
followed tlm remains to their
ing place In ttio city ceim tery
Mr Sweet was iorn in iriimillc
Voik in 1820 Ho remivcd tolna
ror county in J1S0 and actthsl on the
fartn flte miles southeast of tho city on
friends
orci twiner 11ns toiu 1110 crop i ri 111s wrtlh jins vir HinLe n
Inu nenli il tit 11 mllnj iirtt tlni imI f itm
was
r m n mm of ninny gKMl inialittes and was
city He gets fiXX for he crop I10UI ill high esteem by Ijis neighbors
Marion Rand who ons n RiuMI or llMj viiinlancw and in his demi e
chard north of towu has Uixpo od of tJij onmutiitv ha- lost one of its best
pittifii Thn beroaved family has tho
rthlpath of the comiuuiiity in their
soxiow
COUNIY W C T U CONVENTION
To lis Held In Jasper next Wednes
day and lliursday
t 1io annual comity contention of the
Worn ins Christian T m franco Union
I will bo held in Jasiwr nest Weiides lii
ENDED WITH A MIXUP
PRANK nUUCK AND A LAMAR
j
HAN ENOAOES IN IIATTILK I
1
Couldnt Agree on the Settlement
uf a Note Any Other Woy
and Plnally Resort to
Plstic Hethods
1 1 f iuliek the well known former I
living wct of Jasper and George Harsh I
berger 11 Lamar 1 iwyer had 11 little j
mlxup on thn streets of Lunar last Sal- j
urday evening The tumble grew out I
nat lest- disagreement regarding 11 note
I Harshberger hid taken 11 note against
Oulick for collection and uncid dijs
befort came down to Juper and fllwl j
suit for the same in Justice Rathlninsl
conrt The iw was set for last Tues
day but in thn mi aniline Mr Clnlick
M nt a diaft for the amount of the note
up to Lamar
On Saturdaj Mr tiilick went up lo
Lamar hhiirelf and timing the day he
and Mr llarsberger met They began
to exchange nonipieineiits aeh telling
the other what he thought of him
Itiinallt got f n ih hit where words
were undiqinle tosatmfy the belllger
enls nuil morn inprnssito nrgumuts
were rsortisl to It i stid that llcrsh
licrger iil an timbri Ha on his antigo
nit
Hoth w em taken before a justlco of
jence whein they plimd gujltj and paid
11 flue
ntidllluiHtlat Septenilier Hth and 12th
nt the Haptist church The lint scmion A Party at Mr Crows
will hejin at lUiklit 111 on Wcdnesdiy j A party wasgiten Inst Thursday even
mid the closing session wll take pirn e I K lt Mr rows in honor of Miss Joss
lit 2IW p m 00 Thursday A number 1 of Cartilage A nice lap supper was
of prominent workers tluoughtout the spread at a late hour and nil Isft saying
county and stile meo i tho pi ogram 11 a nics lull TI10 0 presint
nnil quilea largi nu nlier of diligates Mlss Ollie Iva 111 1 Etlul Rot
nro expeutitl to lie piutent j ion Ithel Riddle Toj llenlnian Em
dress nsilvtrnidmeiver chom plirtu I11 ng two ng ears wlileli lie
and and 1 lis ou his flrm thres miles north of
jar
cup s nicer io u
two pietty lamps nnd a paper hat I AW Voltl t
Those orfriiit wein Mvrtlo aid o lo the stalk Is not the lulemMr
and Regiini w jo iu 001 11 1 evpccicii iiiiu inn
James Thomson Treasurer
At tho regulir nneting of tla city
council last Monday aflernuou Jainen
Thomson was chowii 113 city trensuicr
in tho placu of 11 M IVeblos who re
signed
Mr nnd Mrs II E
inr into their iccenlly
ert on Maiden Lane
Hnllanl are
purcha ed
Moniou Ziim
Ulg Corn on North Pork
J V lo i was in tovn sivs the Car
thnge 1ieis with two stalks of corn
iieiu -tin yieaiiu ionfr to uitsuois ui me
acre Them aro ten acres of it
I This corn wis pmntisl on May 12th
and began to tasel out just us thn first
I rains oalie to hri alt to dioiith Under
these conditions it has llouiishid
Mrs J W Houcher n turnisl last
Satiinlay from St Louis wheioshn has
beiu studying fall stjles In Millimry
jMisii Ada Erick who will assist Mrs
Houcher this fall is hill in St Louis
httldl ing ntyleh
Mrs C I Manlcy and her friend Miss
will occupy the Shooiimiu 1 laeo on
March of Ilttiburg Ivanas tlsitoil 1
Orand Ateiioo taeateil lit Mr R11 I ml
istteril dajs nst week witli the formuri
R W Tunnel who recently purchns 1
isl Erank Uiirdcnhrok drilling outllt
had his foot badly inasliid onuday Inst
week by a heavy piecu uf machinery
falling oil it
sister Mis I W Schjilerift in this
city
Mr and Mrs It I Hill vWtid Mri I
Hills pareuU in McDonald ceiinty titer j
Sunday Mr Hill returned Monday
but his wife will prolong her visit a
pie of wicks
t ioiJIng nnd Ralph Eninlcld
1 turned last Eridty from Lnllstilln
I ivliom they attended the Knight Temp-
hr Jonelttd They report a fine time
I Mrs A E lllelti ison iiiothcr of Jlrs
j J II Jones wiibt of the city is rciiortitl
Itloitn with the Hiiallios in Kansas City
I Mr nnd Mrs Will Phipjs arn tho
I pnrcnUof lino girl baby which
ed at their homo last week
j A sister of Mis O I Whitaker nnd
j her daughter nnd son liidaiv of Indian 1
v ri v
Mr Iimlty has puichaml thn John
Waldron bU acreu u iniloor to southeast
of the city
Frank Hiilenbrook Iris sold his
drilling outllt toll W Tunnel list of
it ho oity
Mr II M Peehlcsnnd f imilyleft last
week for their now homo In Ooldon City
I Harry Kile is down with an attack of
J C t aldweJI it ns in tho city several I typhoid fever
on j a last week
A uloo lino of stnt lints Id selnot
from at Mrs T J Sintiona
Try it sack of Snow flake high potent
soft wheat Hour Etery sack guaran
teed nt Hendricks 4Btf
1 For an up todatn ttrinthit oall
ntMis T IrSimpsinV
Heavy blue and rd ligured
Drills very durahlo for chil
drens school drosses -at
Hastings
i
I Hills spQpii oolleo only 23a lb
s - i j
l Rmtniber tvn carry it full liis o
i Groceries Hoots qud Shoes
II Hendkicks
Ask for Jhdko BakiiiK
C liroutl Tuo best jiU can buy At
J Cranaalls
- itfc f Ktm jmu
ma HatiifhtMout Emini linsbt Alio
Cllne Dellt Wardlow Mtitle HeidMi
bin Jiiiiih fieitl llrown Miss Jostltn
nnd Miss Cr4iw of Citrthitge Mes os
Mil Robins hi Clint TVi tei has Iter
ney Sntn Joii s Muslin llusby Wm
Talhnaii Osci Knskins Altu Wood
John llroitn has Kincaul Kniiik
Clillh KokUOO 11 uighawout
Allison Lowe 5clU Out
Allison 1iwn has sold bis residence
proicrt on E 1st Jrind Aiemie ieorge
Stuidetanr was the purtlinir and tho
J price paid wis 87H Mr Stunletnnt
will mote into
few days
the property within a
Dr E W Key was In th city several
days this wick doing dental work lie
will return on Sept 12 for nno day to
finish up some work Others wishing
work on tint day amit liberty to call
on him
Tho family of Mr 1 Mutt mans who
have been liring nt CatnSpringadiiring
tho pint summer halo muted luck to
Jasj er
A nice lino of Outing
Flannels in handsome colors
for fall wear at Hastings
cnooi
SO r
j THE LAST ROSE OP SUMMER
Hr Swt C Ilihtisos
Tii the last rose of summer
Proudly holdliu up Its head
Oer the scene w henco lato tho roses
And the sparkling den drops tied
Kndiant nnd queenly
In its solitary reign
Smiling on serenely
Opr tho flowcrlnss plain
It liny Ihi that its Spartan stock pre
servisl it
It liny lm that its nittim griqo de
serted It
Mure likely that tho gods Hit nisei ws
reeervisl it
As an emblem of n constancy de
tine
PARTY aT AIR ILAWSONS
At Their Home Southwest of the
City Tuesday livening
Mr and Mrs Thnodoro Law son very
deliglitfiilly entertained alxuit U of
their friends at their home southwest of
tho city Tuesday evening The guesls
arrived about I oclock w here they were
met by Miss Lizzie Law Mm who led tho
way to tho parlor and proceeded to
make the young people enjoy them
selves Refreshments uf ieH croam and
cake nnd fruits were served during tlm
evening Various games wero indulged
in until about one oclock when the
guests depirted thanking Mr nnd Mrs
Law son for their hospitality nnd deelar
Ing they had nttended a social which
would bo long remembered by all prcs
nt Among tliosii present were Mr
and Mrs Harry Ilille Mr and Mrs Will
Chapman Mrs Rice Mrs Lone Mlsws
Lizzie Ltnson Llzzlo Teeter Gertie
Siid Mnud Hoots and Frtnkln
Ilalch of Jasper A nun Stith and
Erinkie Walhco of Carllnge Estella
and Li lira liters Sulin Pace Ellen and
Orpha Shreck Mabln and Jessio nth
er Mary nud Maggie Ilille Ella run
dall Lucy Ixiwe Lela Hudson Jertin
and iracoOnings ICitie Cams Ida
Roberts and Messrs Clarence Alford
Frank Scott Walter Thomas Joe nnd
Will iliid Joe Rice Andrew Ornsliani
Lew Elesher Homer Press and Martin
Roberts Walter Cioid Walter Calhoon
Edd Liwson Will Hille Arthur lwis
and Clarence King
Rev Isnm Roberts pnsor of the
Christiinohurch at Marceline was in
tlio city several days last week visiting
his aunt Mrs Roberts and cousin Mrs
Henderson Rev Roberts preached an
excellent sermon at tho Christian
church last Kriday owning
Rrlatliosiu this city hato recelted
word of thn approaching marriage of
Miss Agusta llradford of Cirthnge to it
Mr Holiday of Joplhi Miss llradford
Is well known in tins city
Sirs Iliggs of Carthage visited last
week with her sister Mrs Mnttin Peter
son iu this city
Fine Cheviots in light and
dark styles for shins and
children fwaists at price-
that are low at Hastings
looks School Bonks
Yes you can buy all kinds of
SCHOOL
BOOKS
AT OUR PLACE
Sojust drivo up and hiteh coiuo in and got just what
3ou want in IJooks Tablets Slates- Inks ImiuI Peiu ils
and Ioncil JJoxes Colored ioiifils and in fact tho wholo
thing
Yours fora good school jear
Webb Drug Hardware Co
Rulcfs and Slnte Pencils Free flonday
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