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The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, September 12, 1901, Image 1

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Oelcjiatei Trom all Over tho Comi
ty la AttendanceProgram
for 1 is Evening and
ThToiinty coivention of tho Worn
jran Christian Temperance Union bu
rn two days session nt thn Baptist church
In tb s city ttii 4 morning There an
quite n nuuibar of delegates from
tUrouIionl tho county in nttna Jtncn
This mornings session was ttkou up
with thn iisu tl preliminary services
I oIlowirig is tlia program for this ore
nlugnud tomorrow
tlllrt UVKNINO
Scrlptuie n aJiiiR and prayer Mrs
RebecoaB Hull of Carthago
Music Song by the children
Recitation--Miss Amy Berry of Ma
ple irovo
Solo Charles Spencer Juspor
Recitation Miss Sylvia Stoiiiuionauf
Ro eving members-
Collection Benediction
DOO Detottoual and Bible Reading
on Peace Mrs Juliet Hill of Mnplo
1113 Scientific Temperance Instrue 1
tion Mrs S II Kins of Carthago
025 W C T U Work in tho Sun
day School- Mrs Viola Butthou of
035 W C T U Work In Jasjier
County papers Mrs May Matthews of
015 Mrs S B Sharp
T Mrs Maggie Stem
mons of Dudenville
1003 What more can our churches
do -against viout Discussion led by
ministers present -
1025 -Evangelistic Work Mrs Ro
becca Hall of Carthage
1015 Election of officers
liiblo Reading A High Standard
Mrs Urowne of Joplln
Consecration and Noontide Prayer
JJO Devotional
140 Discouragements and how to
meet them Mrs McGruder of yfabb
- 10 Health and Non Alcbollc Medi
cation Mm Lizzie Hughes Carthage
200 Work among Colored People
Mrs Fannie Weaver of Joplln
210 T emperunpe and Labor Mrs
Reports of Committee
Song God bevltbyqu till we meet
5 If you want to make your cows sup
port your family and mako butter mak
ing easy buy a Cream Separator from J
W Btabbstt
Hills special coffee only SJo lb
Wilt Be Held Four Days Next
The llrst annual fair under tho now
manigemcnt will be held next Meek at
Cartli ige Tho fair w ill be open on
Tuesday and continue to nod includo
I ho management claims that every
thing joint to it very successful fair
The admission will be 23 cents in gen
eral Beaton tickets 103
A Quilting Iarty
The ladles of the Methodist Church
South held nn nil d ty quiltiug party at
trtn homo of Rev and Mrs Ilruner yes
terday The gueits brought well filled
baskets and a flno dinner wits spiead
Mrs Ilrown of Carthage wife of the
Presiding Elder was present anil organ
ized the Iidics of tho church into a mis
sionary society with the following ofll
cers President Mrs Harbur 1st vice
president Mrs Ciuudvll 2nd vice I
ident Mrs Sheets 3rd vico president
Mrs Bright corresponding secretary
Mrs Dr Sullivan recording secretary
Mrs J 1 Loiss treasurer Mrs II
Died in the Asylum
Tho remains of Mrs C I Neiswander
who died at the Nevada asylum were
brought to Jnspir Sunday and taken to
gtnvejard north of Dublin Mrs Neis
wander was the wife of C I Neiswun
der o car inspector on the Mitsuuri
Pacific railway Sho has been nn In
mate of tho us I u in for tho pist Hie
years Her maiden name was Miss
ton and she founerly lived nt DuMiu
Death of Daisy Bean
Daisy tho ten enr old daughter of
Mr and Mrs W C Bean living never
at miles northnestof this city died last
Tuesday morning at 2 oclock after an
illness of nbout a iveekt Tho funeral
tools plnco on Tuesday afternoon aiid
the remains were tenderly laid o ret in
the Waters grave yard
Mrs E Livingstone left yesterday
morning for Livingstone Wisconsin
where sho will visit her sons She may
locato permanently at that place it be
ing her old home Mrs Livtngstono
was an old settler In this vicinity having
lived hero for 29 years
Mrs Colleen who has been spending
tho summer with her sisters Mr Simp
son and Mrs Dr Hendricks in this city
left Tuesday inornlug for hor homo In
Denver Colorado
Rev Palmer left this morning for Got
don City wbero ho preaches tonight
anil from there ho will go on to Dado
county to fill his regular njtpolntment
and Mrs Ray Speece am rejoicing
over he arrival at their home northeast
of thu city last SatuTrdav of a fine baby
T B Bell of tho Malty neighborhood
left Sunday for a three weeks sojourn
ir Colorado
Heavy bluu and rod figured
Drills vory durable for chil
drens school dresses at
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I Herewith Announce my
DAY IJRIM15 tlRldltrEK
Tlio Attending Physician Pro
nounce I llin Practically Out
of Danger Yesterday
BUFFALO N YSept ll The con
dition of the president continued faior
nbln throughout tho day and nothing
occurred to shake tho faith the attend
ing burgeons and physicians eipreacd
that h would reciwer Thn danger
from two sources was pronruno Hl prac
tically over to 1 ty Tho holes in tho
stomach proper caused by the perfora
tion of the bullet are now considered
hialcdbyDr Mcllurney and his asso
ciates and the eminent suigeon jsilnted
to thi fact that beef juice fell to tho
patient last night was readily digested
proof of this SuRlcient timu has nbo
elapsed to warrant tho doctors in assert
ing that the danger of inllammatiun
here tho bullet lodged has disappeared
It Is believed that thn ball has mm
bvcome encj etetl In the muscles of lle
btek and unless its location should
prove troublesome later on there will
never 10 any necessity of removing it
Dr Mnnn in upeaklng in regard to this
to day said ho knew a man who lived
for vears with t bullet in thu muscles of
Ida heart
On a Fbihlng Trip
Messrs DW Schoolerift John Fair
field John Oudiier Win Weed and
Mr Robinson lft last Tuesday via
wagonette mute on a flhlng expedition
They wero boind for tho region of Bow
ers mill up Spring riter and expect to
bo gonn several days Their frlenli
expect them to return with an abundant
supply of CL stories
Quarterly Conference
Tho Fourth Quarterly Conference uf
tint M E Church South was held in
this city last Saturdty Presiding Eld
er Brown wts present and conducted
thn hrvicea and preached nn exeellbnt
btirmon Saturday oveuiug
Mr J M Phillips arrived In Jasper
Tuesday night from a two mouths u
journ in Colorado Mrs Phillips oime
as far as Kansas City with him and i
notv visiting hrrdiughter Mrs Allen at
Chanute Kans
MrohnWnldron hnsmovod Into his
property on south First street receutly
purchased from Mrs Hoots Mr and
Mrs Win Peterson nro moving in with
them this week
Mr HE Ballard is building quite a
largo addition to his house on tho cor
ner of Maiden Laratand Third street
Misa Stella Larrlck began a term as
teacher of the vhcol in the Lebanon
neighborhood last week
A snow white medicated
high quality Cotton liatt at
il listings-
Ank for sTunge Baking Coa
bread Ths best you can buy At
Owing to tb Sickness of Superin
tendent Snnld
11ni Jasper whooN did not o en last
Mondty as was the intention The tie
lay win occasioned b thu slckuesi uf
Mr Spald Mr Spnid has been in
poor health nil summer but ho has been
improving slouly duiiug thn pant mouth
until last week when he Uolc it slight
relapse Ho was getting alonj nicely nt
last accounts and in nil probtbility will
bo nble to open thu schools next Mon
day mo niug
Called for Another Year
At their regular meeting held last
Saturdt afternoon the members of the
Baptist church uted to call their pres
ent pastor Rev O J5 Palmer fur
another jetr Rev Pilmer has ninny
friepds in Jasper who will be plciuetl to
team of tho uitiou of tho church in cull
ing himfor another tar
TheSuurday tcrtlees at lln Baptist
church will hereafter begin at 2 p in
instead of as heretofore
Has Quit the Neck
11 F Pitts is islt lug his parents in
JrnjMT this wtec Hit has sold out his
business itt Neck City and will tulle n
icsitlon with it new glass manufactur
ing com any of Knusas City of which
Ins brother Lou Is one of tho owners
Homer sajg Neck is not a bad place ns
n business ton n but very undesirable
plnco for a home
Fancy Patent
Soft Wheat
Ask Your Dealer for it
Mr Phillip Hackford tho genial farm
er living ncrth of thn city has our
thanks for a lino Itrge watermelon
grown in ha patch It was one of the
finest we hare fisted this J ear
Mr Chas Livingstone who his bceu
living on tho Buatty pao south of town
moved last week to his mothers farm
northwest of thu city
Tcra Keelor left Tuesday for Colorado
where ha goes on a visit to his souswlio
who nro located In that state
Frauk Schoolcraft la eicletl down
from Kauias City next week to sound a
weeks vacation
Rex Cath r and Tom Patterson
shipped two cars of hogs to Kansas
City today
J I Harbur was a L tmar visitor
j esterday
A nice lino of street hats to select
from at Mrs Tv J Simpsons
If you want good fresh can goods go
to Hills
Remember we carry a full line of
Grccrrits Bot U and Shoes
for Saturday September 28th
I have just recently returned from the City where 1 purchased an elegant lino of FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY I hi
y ADA FIUCK ns my trimmer who has been in St Louis for several wooks studying the latest styles in Huts
We both extend to the public a cordial invitation to attend our Opening
i lmi l jinrrmr u tMiyjfHfW I lWWJ iTTSTSTB
have ongugud MISS
St Joseph Prult Co the Pur
chasersA Co opcratlvc Com
pany Working In Bar
ton County
Mr St John jesterdny sold this sen
sous crop of apples from his lino or
chard jupt wnst uf tho city for 80 to
tho Arena Fruit Co of St Joseph Mo
Mr OLo Craig a lep nicntntite of the
Arena Co hi4 been in Iht city for tho
past sever tl ilii and expects to estab
lish hendiprarters in Jnoper and wil
buy ut all the npph s that ho can pro
cure Where the amount justifies tho
packing will bn done in the orchards
but the comiany will hate n building
where they will nceiva tho fruit in
sm tiler uintitieH
The following from the CurthnguJVcss
tells of another company wricli is now
working in Barton county It would be
well for tho farmers to h n the Press
admonition not totintheiuselttsnp with
a contract until they are suro of what
they are doing
A B Blnacro of Kansas City is now
in Barton county working south ami
will bo In Jasper county thn middle or
last of this week arranging with farm
ers itnd fruit ralsors fur making him
their representative in disjiosing of their
peaches and apples
As far ns tho Press can learn nt pres
rut Mr lllnneres plan Is to foim
the fruit growers Into an association or
syndicate This syndicate Is for this
falls crop alone but liny tie continues
and iniilo a permanent organization if it
is successful
Mr Binacre claims to tin nn experien
red fruit commiviou man with full
knowledge of uberonntl how tudiiposo
of tho product to tho best advantage
Ho usks no money simply acting in thu
rapacity of agent for tho syndicate col
lecting a commission on nil sales ho
makes His arrangements for storage in
Kansas Cit hosijs will be sufllctent
for the entire southwest Missouri crop
if It U shipped to him ns ho orders It
Lirgo orders will bo shipped direct from
producer to retail sellers
lie asserts that his plan will make
fruit growers independent of Individual
buyers and will give them top prices fur
their products at all times The con
tract howerer says the coutracters are
nut to sell to local buyers or to any per
sons other than the ones Mr Blnacry
may designate which gives him a decid
ed cincl en the crop
It is not known in Carthage who Mr
Bioaorn is or what his credentials are
Ho may bo nit right and all that lie
claims to be but Josjwr ootloty fai piers
cannot otlurl to tie themselves up in
contracts without the most ciitfal in
quiry into his cbvacter and LiuUuim
A good double barrelled breech load
ing shot gun for sale cheap only been
used a part of two seasons Inquire of
J W STBBim 62 tf
A ltico lino of Outing
Flannels in hiuidsomo colors
for fall wear at Hastings
NO 1
Laclede and Pulaska Counties Hits
State Sorely Afflicted
Elder Geo Ilarnhart of thu German
Baptist church returned yesterday from
a two necks trip in Laclede and Greeuu
coutitira where lie has two mission
charges otio ill etch county Ho re
jiorts ever thing very dry in Ltelede
tho people having to haul water for
themselves and stock for milts Mr
ilarnhart saS that he assisted hi haul
ing water six miles for his congregation
to dilnk Tliern was Interest iu bh
meetings mid many of thu poopln walk
ed four and six miles to tho serriccs
Mr Ilarnhart also tells of a distress
ing state of affairs in tho northeast part
of Iioliiti county During the past
two months nn epldtmio has prevailed
there similar to cholera but cldUly nf
feeling voting children and extremely
old people Sinco July 1 over one bun
drod deaths have ttecitrred in that local
ity and in Richland a small town in
the edge of tho ndjoiuiug county of Pu
laska there is only ono child undertwu
yenrs old liting some eigltty having
died from tile deadly dioasu -Press
Prom Carthage Paper
Miss Edith Sheldon of Jasper return
ed to her work In Carthage yesterday -Carthage
Ned Houck of thn Jasper neighlxtr
hood formerly n leporteron theMoruing
Democrat Is now located In Wichita as
bookkee er for the Rock Island Linn
Pre s
Pay no and Davidson yesterday Hold
their SJ ticro farm 2 miles southeast of
Jasper D Mr Beatty for 2000 It Is
known us the Waldron farm and they
liought it just a month ago Press
Mr I C Glick left last Tuesday for
Warrensburg to resume his studies ut
tho Stato Normal School at that place
Ho expects to complete his course iu
that institution this jear
J B Hall has moved to the southeast
part of town and Mr Frank Boots has
moved into Mrs Strnttons projierty on
First street recently vacated by Mr
Mrs Williams and children of thn
Malty neighborhood left Sunday morn
ing for Colorado tt hero they will mako
theirfuturu home
J K Wells the boss cabinet maker
has just completed a lino medicine cabi
net for Dr Gooding
For nn up to date street hat call
nt Mrs T J Simpsons
Are receiving another
shipment of Fall Dry Goods
and will havo an extensive
lino to show you at good vul
ue at Hastinob
Health Foods
Grape Fruits it fotxl for brain and
nerves Pustum Cereal Diamond Mao
aroul CrystalFlake Tapioca ami Knox
Sparkling Gelctlne can be found at
Crandalls Tttf
PJIe lne Cures Ptlen
Moaey refunded if it ever fails
Aktj Aock cures CbilU osd KVer

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