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VOL IV
4
Mr J J Eehoolor was up from Car
IhngeSatUday ond nrido arrangement
with Ulytnes Lowenstoin for tho latter
tnhlp him milk twiconday Mr School
er Is in tho dairy business at Carthage
rnd his business Is increasing rapidly
Mr Lowensteln sends it donn on the
turning and afternoon trains
Blankets
85c
125
At prices that
Every body ca n
Reach in 10 4 and
u 4 sizes
Blankets at50c per pair
a
a
a
a
60c
nncl upwards Now is tho
timo you want Blankets
Find thorn at
lastings
THE JASPER NEWS
SUES TUB SALOONS
Airs R O Randall After The Saloon
Keepers
Tho following from tho Carthage
Domocrit coucsrni a well knowa forner
Jasper family
Two suits of much local interest were
filed with circuit clerk yesterday and
are for damages
Thn suits were filed by Mm It 0
Knndall and tho first was against II
Sanderson and Ooorgo Thomas who
conduct the Hotel bar on East Third
street in this city She claims damages
alleges her husbtndfsa habitual drunk
ard and that they cold him liquor after
being notified not to Bell him any intox
icating drinks
Tho second suit is against A Parker
proprietor of tho Model bar on K ist
Fourth street The same charge is made
against him as in the proceeding suit
Only recently Randall took a cure
for the liquor habit and ooe night last
week became a meralierof tho Ilrct Bap
tist church lis bus beed cured of the
liquor habit and Is au entirely different
man
Death of a Young Lady
Miss Millar the lC year old
daughter of Mr and Mrs Millar who
lives six miles northwest of the city near
the lUethel church died last Sunday
morning of typhoid foter The funeral
was held on Tuesday Miss Millar was
an excellent young lady and her untime
ly death is a s id blow to her parents and
friends
Three other children of tbe family
have been quite bad with tho saniodis
caio Two uf them are getting better
but tho otherls still quite low
Will love to Town
Chas Ward who has just been ap
pointed a rural mail carrier will move
to town as soon as bo can make the nec
essary arrangements With that object
in view he will sell his farm effects at
publio sale at his homo three miles east
of town next Tuesday November 20
Mr II D llenton who has been visit
ing old time friends In tbe Diamond
neighborhood loft Friday for his home
at Lilly Mo Mr Benton was a pleas
ant caller at this office and made ar
rangements for tho News to visit him
once a week
Mr W Rumble of Knox county
Mo visited his brother-in-law it orgo
Hex over Sunday Mr Kumblo had
bought a car load of mules In toe edge
of Kansas and finding himself so close to
Jaspar slipped over tu ses Mr Rex
Miss Mabel Hoyer camo up from
Carthage Buuday w visit her parents
and brother and returned to Carthage
on the 1215 iralu that night
The morning train from tbe north was
late yestorday on account of a freight
wieck on the main line near Jefferson
City
Mrs McAdoo formerly Miss Fannie
Lewis isvisiting her parents southwest
of town Mrs MuAdoos home is In
Texas
Mr and Mrs Elmer Laudesbaugb
have gone to housekeeping in the Fox
bouse on north Main street
A fine baby boy arrivod at the home
of Mr a jd Mrs J F Ilnsted four miles
west ot town yesterday
Frank Wine and Oiin Hlnamon left
last week for Colorado
Now Sorghum at J D Har
bnrs
Id leave my happy and cross the deep
blue sea
Rather than be without Charley and
my Rocky monntain Tea ask your
druggist
For burns cuts bruises larceralloos
or injuries of any description u llabdh
Baow uwimt U ft sovereign remedy
It never fails to do good and so prompt
ly that It wucutr ul curathx properties
frequently create turprise Trice 25 and
Wets E I Lauderbaugh
JASPER MISSOURI TltURSD AY NOVEMBER 21 1001
HARD WHEAT FLOUR
We have just received a car load of Hard Wheat Flour Do you appreciate Nieo Sweet White Light Bread If you do dont fail to try
a sack of tho CELEBRATED CHEF Made from Kansas Hard Wheat
We are Going to Sell it at 200 Per Hundred Weight
And rcmembor that overy sack is GUARANTEED Dont forget tho Brand CHEF Nor tho price 1 a sack Special rates on 500 lbs
BOUCHER BUTTS
NEXT THING WILL BE OIL
FIRST DRILL HOLD NOW 00
INd DOWN
It Is located on the Bradford Farm
Near tho Cedar Bluff
Indi
cation
After no end of luimln and a hawiu
ho Carthago oil nod gas prospecting
company has at list commenced oolutti
operation on thn 1 pares west of thif city
Mr McOoncy wio has ti contract for
tho drilling got his machinery in place
last week and began tho drilling Mon
lay morning
The Jiolu is located on the Bradford
farm near tho Cedar Ulull cemetery
Mr Merrill the well known Jasper
lrillmanwho has drilled several holes
out in that vicinity gives as his opinion
thit tho company has selected the best
iswsiblo site
The work will bo watched with a great
hal of Interest by ho land owners in
that vicinity as well as the umpany
Ship Milk To Carthage
CHANGE IN MAIL CARRIERS
CIIAS WARD SUCCEEDS 11 E
V
BALLARD ON BAST ROUTE
Mr Ballard Alleged to Have Dis
obeyed the Rules Which Is
liven as Reason For
the Change
As per instructions from the depart
ment at Waahiugton Mr H E Ballard
who has been tho carrier since its estab
lishmortof rural route No 1 running
east from Jaipur turned over tho route
to Chas Ward nho has bojn n substi
tute carrier for somi time J nine I Ap
pleby has liten sworn In as substitute
carrier
Iostm later Wade gives as the cause
of Mr Iiallards removal Insubordina
tion uud dh obeying of rulos Among
the charges brought against him wero
Going otf tbe route wluln delivering the
mall looking 4after private affairs bo
fom making his report for tho day us
ing pencil instead nf jien and ink In
making out his report neglecting to
arrange his mail before star ing out etc
When asked if polities had anything
to do with it Mr Wade said Not To
the least If be had beeu a republican
ho would have Uen removed jut the
same When a carrier neglects his du
ties it is my duty to roport bin I hate
found ft necessary to rejort tho othi r
carrier sevoral times but the offenses
Imvs not beeu as many or as serious as
Mr Ballards Tho inspector who- was
here some time ago investigated thn
case and it was on his recommendation
that tho change was made
Mr Ilallard on being interviewed in
regard to the matter said No it was
not a great surpriso to me I hate boen
exptcting it for some time
Whoa askod whether ho thought poli
tics had anything to do with it h siid
Indeed I do ami I think it bad a great
deal to do with it As rcgardlug the
churgts somuof them I fraukly ncknol
edge are correct but others are not
The ono In particular regarding the as
sortment of the ma 1 before starting out
I must deny It would bo utterly im
possible to havo rotten oer the routo in
a day If that had not been done Then
thero is nothing in the general rules
which wero given to me for instructions
that a carrier is not allowed to leave the
route but I wis afterward Informed
that that was a rule What man Is
there who in starting out in a new work
like this but would make u few mis
takes
Itiigarding his future plans Mr Dal
Isrd is undecided He has a number of
improvements under way at bis home on
Maiden Line which will occupy bis
time for the prcs nt
Mrs Clyde Wallar came up from
Sarcoxie Tuesday to visit her parents
Mr and Mrs Ill Hendricks for several
days
Wm Lauderbaugh Is reported down
with an attack of typhoid fever nt his
home six miles west of tbe city
Mrs Lynn Monroe and children are
spanding tbe week ot Carthage visiting
ber parents and other relatives
Claud Wood came down from Kansas
City and visited over Sunday with home
folks
Now is tho time for Pan
cakes You will Hud tho Wis
consin Ruckwhoafr Hour ut
Hastings
Dont forget wo uro Felling
our best unbleached 6 cents
domestic for Gets
J D IIauuuk
We hare a three months scholarship
to tho Model City Dullness pollogo of
Carthage which we will sell at ii bar
gain Aoy young man or woman desir
ing to take a business course would d
well to call at this office 2U
AMONG 1MB NIHRODS
Stuffed Wolf Now on Exhibition at
Laudcrbaughs
El Lauderbaugh Is acknowledged to
be tho of the bunt
ing fraternity in this section aud his
store is tlin headquarters where thn
Nimrods congregate and snap stories of
tbe chase
Iu his back yard will be found many
evidences of many successful chases
Mr Lauderbaugh has Just finished
mounting the big black wolf which he
captured west of town n couple of weeks
agu and tho uulm il is now on exhibition
in the front store window This was
bis first experience as a taxidermist and
he didnt do us good u Job as ho had
hoped however it has a very lifelike ap
pearance
His latest acquisition Is a snow wblte
possum A white iiossum is tome-
thing unusual for this aection of coun
try It nail captured south of town by
Messis Turn Easley and Sam Jones
Mensrt Eai ey and Jones are camping on
the olu itaudall farm where they are
clearing up apiece ot land The are
doing a little hunting duriug their Uns
ure timo aud Monday they brought to
town 63 north of imssum hides
Mr Lauderbnugh has a largo coon
which bo caught recently and whieh ho
is preparing to mount
Quarterly Conference
The third quarterly conference of tho
Mothodist Church was held in this city
Sunday and Monday Presiding Elder
Anderson baptised a number of persons
and held cvruruunloo services riuuday
evening after which ha delivered an ex
cellent sermon The business session of
tho conference was held at ten oclock
Monday morning at thu conclusion of
which the IresidiDgEldsr pleached
again
Rev Windblglcr Will Assist
Ktsv Johnson announces regular ser
vicis at the Christian church in this
city LextSunduy morning and evening
Rev Jasper Wiudbiglor of Golden City
will assist tne pastor and will preach
either in the morning or the evening
Mrs Marley n sistor of Mrs Wm
Peterson is visiting in the city Her
borne was formerly at Alton Kansas
but her husband is now traveling
through Kausas looking for another lo
cation and she will visit iu Jasper till ho
fioditono
Miss Crole Soil left Monday evening
fur West Poiut Kentucky whoru she
will take a t no years course in the
schools of that place She will lite with
her sister
R I Roberts
Son
Have a completo New stock of
DRY GOODS
BOOTS SHOES
GENTS FURNISH
ING GOODS
HATS CAPS AND
GROCERIES
WM Always Pay the
Highest Market
Price for Produce at
R L Roberts
Son
SAYS n IS riNB OIL-
Chemists Opinion of OilFrom Mr
Watsons Farm
Tho Carthago Press has the following
to say concerning some oil which Mr
Watson of this city 6kimm xl from tho
surface of a spring on his form near
Liberal and took dovui to n Carthage
chemist
Frank Edel has at his store a very
interesting sample of oil Bkimmod
from a spring in tbe vicinity of Liberal
in Barton county It nis brought to
Mr Edel because of his well known
ability as a chemist Helms not made
a chemical analysis of tho oil but has no
hesitation in pronouncing it Lenuino
J West Virginia lubricating oil It is
smooth and without grit If it has
combustible properties also It will
certainly prove of great value to those
owning tho land
The placn where this was found is
only a few miles from the lands now
controlled by tho Carthugeoll company
OR CIIILDBRS AT ST JOSEPH
Has a Oood Position With a Big
Wholesale House
Asa Crandall last week received n very
Interesting letter from It li Childer
who is now located in St Joseph He
says sinco leaving Jasper he has travel
ed all ovor Oklahoma and tho nonly op
eued Indian lands He has now a good
position as stock kt eper in the notion
department In the big Tootle Whealer
wholesale establishment and n ell pleased
nith his job
Since leaving Jasper he says I
have learned many thiogH and one is
tnst a good Uhristiau life is the
est life to live and ifUod permits mo to
live l am going to Join Home church I
have learned to detest Infidelity in all its
forms
Messrs Ortls Emerson and Oswold
Fellers drove up from their home near
Carthago and spent Sunday with tho
Solt family Messrs Ortis and Emerson
havo just returned from Dakota where
they haveboea workinwith a thrashing
crew Their brother Thurlow is still in
Dakota wberejbe is teaching school
Mr Wm Casobolt left at this office
Saturday a sample of the turnips bo
has grown on his place three miles south
of town It is Indeed a huauty and
measures almobt tno feet in circumfer
ence
Mr John Crandall writes from Penn
sylvania that he is having an Jeujoynble
time lie w roto on Sunday and says that
it began to aoow ou the Sunday Iwfore
and had been snowing ever since
Mr and Mrs W II Ward entortnlned
nt dinner Sunday Miss Iva Charlton of
Joplin Dr Gibsan of Carthage und Lee
larst of Jasper
Miss Louella Ped left Monday for
Nevada where sbu takes a losltlons as
an attendent at tho asylum at that
placo
Messrs Chas Kincald and Tom Crow
of Jasper were culling ou young lady
friends in tbe city Sunday Press
Mrs Harry Wrigbt and baby wero up
from Carthage visiting ber parents Mr
and Mrs Whittaker last neek
Miss NelIoLowa of Nevada visited
over Sunday with her sister Mrs J A
Cuxatt
WARNINO
Parties hunting or trespassiug un my
farm will bo prosxouteU to th full ex
tut of tho law Cuvioud Palhku
Brings altiacli i nits to listlrrs uc
eovable girls making them handsome
marriageable woman Tbata what
Rocky Mountain Tea will do 33o Ask
your druggist
Look Out
For 30 days 1 will sell my
Entiro Line of pants at
cost J D Harbor
NO 11
IIIOU SCHOOL NOTES
What The Schoolars Are Doing
These Days
A small leak may Bink n ship A
small mlstep may ruin tho work of a llfo
time Wo should learn to watch tho little
things for a chain is nostrongtr than
tho weakest link
Tho extcmroraneous speeches aro
increasing In both quanity and quality
We thinkj crhapsby tho next general
election we will bo able to go over thn
country maklngtuuip speeches
Rev Phillips visited the High School
Monday mornlngtand gave a very profit
able talk Wo ate glad to havo visitors
at any time Come and sie hOjW we are
gotting along
Charles Kerney Is nbscut this neek
Tho A irammer class are learning to
diagram bontenccs
Tho A class nro golog to take examin
ation iu Geography this week and take
up another study to rvlw
Mrs Smith and son of Carthage and
Mrs Starrett and daughter visited tho
O rammer department Friday
Estella Allen of Oklohoma entered
school Monday She is taking nork in
the A class Jrammer department
Tho A class is studying local Oeogrn
Ph
Meetings at the Dunker Church
Elder O Holdeman of tho Avilla
neltrhljorhood U iran a two weeks eerleri
of meetings at tho Dunker church south
of tho city The meetings Bra being
n ell attended and much interest mani
fested
Coffee
at 10c A good articlo at
at tho prico Find it at
HASTIINOS
Coffee
at 12ic Thin is an articlo
that wo prefer to tho pack
ago coffee Find it at
HASTIINOS
Coffee
at 15c This is an excel
lent quality and a great sell
er If you want a good
feo at a moderato price try
this grade Find it at
HASTINGS
Coffee
at 20c This is an old
brand fcaroftilly blended a
good value and gives excel
lent satisfaction Find it at
HASTINGS
Coffee
at 25c This is a brand
wo havo sold continually for
several years and can say
from a personal uso of same
that it is a coileo of good
body and flavor and can rec
ommend it to lovors of good
coiFeo Find it at
Hastings
-- at pmerV aaflilr liaferjfcouoswttjks

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