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o Neighborhood News. (
yi Written by our
Wanted Correspondents,
Tins News wants eoiTeipon-
donts in the following
neighborhoods niul in any
other neighborhoods that
wo do not hear from:
I'm notliinc but a turkey,
Sure, I m hiding out,
Kor somobody will shoot me.
There isn't nny doubt.
My little orphan children,
IIoiv very sad they'll be,
When some one's giving tlinnlts
O'er pumpkin pic and me.
The ladiesaid society return many
thanks to Mr. Cowherd's family for
their kindness at the dinner served
at the sale there.
Mr. and Mrs. Owens, of Jasper,
spent Friday with Mrs. Simmons.
A bazaar will be held by the
Salem aid at the home of Mrs.
Breedenon November 30th, Satur-
da v after Thanksgiving.
Every member is requested to be !
at balem Saturday, November 23rd
at 10 a ni. to complete arrange
Mr. Elliott of Cary town is suf-
fenng with rheumatism; also Mrs.
Bender is sick with it.
1 ciiy uwsiiuiii iiiiu a surprise
party Saturday night. Fifty,
friends and neighbors came with
oysters, etc , and all had a good
Miss Elsie Gresham leads the
young peaple next Sunday night.
Mrs. Marcum is on the sick list
Mr. Alexander and family spent
Saturday and Sunday at Mr. Woods
near Lakeside.
The pie supper at Salem Friday
was a financial success, but it was
very mortifying to have some of
the young people who came from a 1
distance behave in such a shameful iborhood, visited at Wm. Patter
manner. Girls as well as boys had son's Sunday,
no respect for themselves or any I Mrs. Will Tallman is some bet
one else. ter at this writing.
Mrs. Ira Bull returned home after , Edgar Maxwell and wife of Oro
a week's visit near Carterville. ;nogo. E. A. Edwards and family
Mr.Simmons and son Clarence are! spent Sunday at J. W. Edwards,
buildinga water tower for Mr.Elliot 1 Mrs. Shoopman called to see
at Carytown. I
Miss Ueuell of Kansas Citv, is !
visiting her parents. '
Urin Buster and wife and Mrs. I
GolT are still at the home of Adam
Ritchie who is lying at the point of
The Dewey wheat fields are mak-, Joe Edwards Friday,
ing fine pasture now. A. W. Schott and family visited
Mrs. Reser and her two youngest , Roy Radford and wife Sunday
children have gone on a visit to her , evening.
parents. ' Ruth Smith, of Joplin, and
I Pauline Roberts and Esther Bal
FARMERS UNION. ; lard of Jasper, were at Marion
Road working is the order of the ' Owings one day last week.
jay. Glen Owings and Frank Moulton
J." H. Selsor, one of Barton : calIed on Paul Edwards Sunday.
County's old farmers, has traded' I?rank Ki"R and family sPent
his farm in Oklahoma for property .
in Vernon County,
Gerald Selsor and wife returned
Saturday, after a week's visit at
C. T. Woodrow's.
Emma Winter and children vis
ited Fred Winter and family Sun
day. Charles Woodrow and wife visit
ed at Grant Miller's Sunday after
noon. Mrs. Frank Crow and baby visit-1
ed her parents, George Redmond
and wife from Tuesdav till Fridav.
Adam Malone moved to the'
place Tuesday which he rented!
from James Lang.
John Weston and
Jasper, visited a few
their daughters, Mrs,
lTed Kcx
and Mrs. Jack Stansberry.
Mrs. 1-cola Miller attended
teachers' meeting at Springfield ! Job Millef antffwife' Charlev ter Nellie spent Thursday and attended the basket ball game in
Thursday and Friday, and her ?odIw?1 and wlfc' and M. 1 1' nday with John McClintock's of Jasper Saturday night,
cousin Hattie Bishop came home! A,lcf? Re'd'. , . . , , iGo'den,C,ty- . . . I Will Lyman spent last week at
with her and stayed over Satur-i, M,.M N,?!!!e Lane Vlsted her 1 Charley Robinson and wife and .his sister's, helping build a barn,
day and Sunday with her. Ouro,cr "ll I'ane and family son of 'Maplegrove spent Sunday, Mrs. Mitchell and daughter Be
tcacher. Miss Mary Deigh, attend-1 bu"day-r ..... with George Waltz and family. jatrice called at Mrs. Howerys
eu the meeting also.
Clyde Southwick and Charles ,
Stansberry were thrashing their j
broom corn this week. 1
Orpha and Mac Woodrow visit-1
ed at VanDeventer's Sunday 1
Trc Will T.vmnn anil nVi,1lrrt
vicit.wl I Anln Millor r.vr Mnrwln .,
night and Tuesday. I
There will be a pic supper at !
Farmers Union school house Fri-
day night, November as.
MiMt Lottie Ruekel and S. R.
Barton of Carthage, were joined
in wedlock, at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. John Keltner,
last Thursday. The happy pair
assistant editors.
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left for Carthage Saturday after-
i noon where they make their future
home. "The best wishes of Lot-;
I tie's many friends go with them, j
I John Carnes and wife of Far-1
liners Union, spent Sunday with
i their son, Frank and family. i
i Miss Maud Arner snent Sundav
with Myrtle Garrettc.
Wheat is looking fine in this
The farmers arc busy husking
corn and doing some fall plowing.
Bert Blizzard and family of Jop-
lin spent a couple of day's last
week at the Tom Wardlow home, j
E. Garrett and wife attended the , BLUE STAR
surprise dinner at J. A. Dawson's , .',,,.
home of Blue Star Sunday. ' Mrs- Charles McCormickof Kan-
Myron Miller spent Sunday I as Cl'v' ,1S jlere visiting her mother
away from home. I ""s Kadcrly, and other relatives.
Joe Rand, our vctcrinvajs I Mrs- Dnvis a"d her sister, Mrs.
kept busy of late doct6Tnglsiet-iTarr- Planned a surprise on their
horses and cattle, There seems ' J,arcnts- A- J- Dawson. and wife, on
to be an immense amount of sick j last, Sunday by giving them a fare
stock this fall, due probably to we" u"er. About 40 o! their
the poor corn and fodder which is friends and neighbors were present
being fed. ! and to sa' that all had a good
Steve Lucas and family spent ma is putting it very mildly
Sunday at the Mrs. C. R
J. . Frake was out driving
; Sundav.
Fred Merrell and wife of Jasper
spent Sunday
at the Hugh Kin-
.caul nomc.
j Mrs James Kincaid is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Richardson of
j Asbury.
' John Lucas, wife and son Lester
: spent Sunday with the former's
i"cui.3. 1
Charley King of near Boston I
spent Sunday with his cousins,
Roy and Marion King.
1 Koy King captured the pie at
the bos supper at Boston Satur
day night, for the ugliest
man. Guess Roy thinks
if pies
are that easily gotten he
will go
Having fine weather,
c'cryone appreciates.
Amos Harvey and family and
Orville Winder of Sheridan neigh-
Mrs. Tallman Thursday afternoon
Bedell and family visited
nts.of this locality. Sun-
his pare
F. W. Rumble ate dinner at
William Patterson's Monday,
Mrs. Frank King called on
Sunday with Kuby King and fam
Mr. Stark contemplates drilling
a well.
Cartie Winans visited the Misses
Hubbard Thursday night
Mrs. Joe Edwards called on Mrs.
Tallman Monday evening,
Mr. Hager of Jasper, is doing
some cement work at Mr. Patter
son's. Jasper Owings and family visit
cd relatives near Jasper Sunday.
Several of our young people at-'
tended the parties at Magers' and
Hammond's last Thursday night.
iirs. inpieit spent inursuay
wife from ' aml Friday at Mr. Rumble s, in
days withJasPer-
Miller entertained
Alice Reid.
Miss Nellie
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Mrs. Grant
with Mrs. Alice
Reid and spent
Grandma Arm-
the evening with
Mrs. Mitchell, from near Lamar
visited in the neighborhood Mon
day. Mr.
Gridcr thrashed
n lUs: AU Rid and "' mother.
C,F.and'na Ar,.n.strc"?'. took dmncr
w"" fllr?: un"er -'"day,
Mrs. Alma Owens and her father
called on Mrs. Armstrong one day
last week.
Mrs. Costley and daughter. Mrs. .
Mitchell, called on Grandma Ann-
strong one day last week.
Our school is progressing nicely.
Our teacher, Miss Grace Crow, is
smng gooa satisfaction.
E. G. Magers visited his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Makers last week. ,
Kcnyon Hubbard spent Sunday
with Velnia Maokey.
tli Vtlma
ftuuy jiirvu I'uucu oil .nr. , i icn-
Persons 'nst Sunday
Ucorge Hurt spent part of las va- j
cation hist week with Dan Mayers
Miss 'Marge Hill spent Sunday
with Uuhy Jarvis.
A surprise party was given at
Mr. and Mrs. Makers, for their grand
daughter Miss Lillian, it being her
birthday. Light refreshments were
served and all report a good time,
Geneva and Clara Hubbard snent
l Sunday with Jessie lohnston.
Emma Magers is visiting her sis
I tcr, Mrs Hossack ofGirard. Kans.
Miss Bessie Strieker Spent Sun
' day. with Miss Fern Powell.
Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis spent Sun-
day with W. C. Mackey and wife.
ivawson leave soon
for Arkansas where thev have
bought a home. We are very sor-
ry to lose them from our locality
as iney are just such people as
make a neighborhood better by
their presence.
Mrs. Resh's sale was well at
tended and things sold very well.
F. A. Baston' and family at
tended a birthday dinner near
Esrom last Sunday.
ueorge Kice started his saw
mill loci- f lr, .
m , ?dfl
The Ely sisters of lonlin. were
at the home of their grandparents,
A. J Dawson and wife last Sunday
They sang several of their choice
selections for their friends.
W. E. Hyder and S. P. King
are still in Pittsburg selling apples.
Mr. Gilmore. an interprising
farmer from Kansas, was in at
tendance at the Resh sale.
Mrs. Peter Hickman is on the
sick list.
R A. Larabee was in .Carthage
last Saturday on business.
Frank Hardenbrook was hulling
out cowpeas for the formers last
Herschel Radford and wife are
visiting relatives in Carterville
and Joplin this week.
Mr. Vaught of Iowa is
' llis son an,J daughter, Will Vaught
,anU Mrs- Wl" McConnel.
I Ora Foster spent Sunday with
Alice Bulington.
Gladys- and Give Patterson
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with John McClintock's of Golden
The ladies of Zion will meet
with Mrs. John Schooler Thursday
afternoon to organize an aid so
ciety Misses Clara and Geneva Hub
bard visited Jessie Johnston Sun
Fred Powers and family of Jas
per spent Thursday and Friday
with Will McClintock's
Mrs. Conroy and daughter, from
near Carthage, spent Monday night
with Glen Cartwright and wife.
John Buerge and sons had the
j record wheat crop this year. They
jthreshad Tuesday and Wednesday
last week and had 1240 bushel:
42 aires making an average of 28
bushels per acre.
Sam Elliot and wife. Mrs. Zane
of Carthage and Mrs. Frank Zane
ana dauehter ot Maolecrove and
H- M- Harker of Carthage took
uinner ai j. j ocuooicr s luesnay.
Dr. Lear and son were out to
Albert Schell's dehorning cattle
1 Wednesday. -
Alberta Earl and Ruby Mochel
1 of Carthage spent the latter part
of the week at Charles Earl's.
Grandma McClinto'ck and daugh-
u,aiii o wu eimurcn 01
Jasper visited Saturday night and
Sunday with Fred Earl and wife
Isaac Ihompson has been -quite
ill the past week.
Dye Sunderland and family and
Ben Smith and family visited Vill
Sunderland and family Sunday.
J. v LouJenslager and son Earl
autoed to Alba Sunday.
Ben Johnson and wife visited
Walker Hubbard and family Sun
day. Martha Cuitis visited Mamie
Corder of Jasper Saturday nieht
and Sundav.
Glon Cartwright and wife visit
ed Mrs. N. A. Mackey of Jasper
C. A. Covert and wife and
tdaujjhter, Mrs. Willie Bowers, ofi
Farmers and
Merchants Bank
CAPITAL $10,000.00
T. II.
Tiller, President
R. L. Roberts, Vice President
N. H. Patterson, Cushicr
J. N. Marsh, Ass't Cashier
3 interest paid
Your account solicited', no matter
how large or small
came out to the Pleasant
farm and picked geese
Myra and Bryan Tiller visited
in Jasper Saturday night and Sun
Dr. Houscr and wife of Carthage
autocd up to Oscar Follmer's Sun
The school children were anxious
to start in school on Monday
morning after a week's vacation.
C. S Andrews and family spent
Saturday and Sunday at P. M.
Krlley's south of Jasper.
W. E. Stratton and family of
Jasper spent Sunday in'lthis vi
cinity. Fred Sharon and family of Law
rence County, were here visiting
last week with Mrs. Sharon's pa
rents, Levi Miller and wife.
Charles Andrews has 'been car
pentering for John Wheeler, add
ing a new porch to his residence.
Clint LcmasteiS and wife have
been -isiting this last week with
I Orville Andrews and sisters.
.Misses Arline and Yoah, spent
Sunday at a farewell dinner in
Blue Star neighborhood at A. J.
Misses Margie Hill and Sadie
Miller visited Farmers Union
school last Wednesday.
John Murphy is plastering and
papering his house now occupied
by Mr. Massey
Charles Awick has been suffer
ing from an attack of rheumatism
the last week.
Wc are sorry to report the death
of the infant, and the serious ill
ness of Mrs. W. G. Howery. She
j is reported to be very low today
I U'lonuayj.
Theodore Mitchell
.spent Sunday with
and tamiiy.
Clint Rand and family were
absent from Sunday school Sunday.
Mrs G. W Wagner spent one
day last week in Lynnland neigh
borhood. , Sunday si'hool at Diamond is
doing well. There was an atten
dance of 42 last Sunday.
Charles Buzzard and wife spent
last Thursday in Carthage.
A number from Diamond at
tended the meetings at Bethel last
Miss Grace Hiilirk nrw! lirntJinr
ounuay evening.
Miss Ethel Masters and pupils
are planning to give an entertain
ment and pie social Thanksgiving
Your correspondent received a
letter from Valcan, Canada, last
week which stated October 30
was inanKsgtving aay there and
the ground was covered with
Wc were glad to welcome Mr.
LUntand family and Mr. Encle
and tamiiy in our Sunday school A
f- I l" 1 t M ' . .. 1
mi. uiikiu mm jamiiy spent me
day with Charles Nett and family.
Mrs. G. W. Wagner entertained
the following guests Sunday; J. J.
Kerney and family. Clyde Wag
ner and family. Mrs. William
Sheldon of Carthage. Mrs. Shel
on timo deposits
don is Mrs Wagner's mother,
has been spending a few
with her daughter.
Miss Maggie Keys died
at the!
home of her sister, Mrs. Robert
Knox, Saturday morning. She
was for the last ten years almost
an invalid, but her sunny dispo
sition kept her life from being a
burden. Funeral services were
conducted at the family home
Sunday evening at three o'clock
and the remains were taken to
Lincoln, 111., for burial. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Knox and Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Johnson accompanied
the remains to Lincoln.
Rev Thompson of Jasper spoke
words of comfort to the grief
stricken family and a choir lrom
town sang a number of appro
priate songs. Messrs. John. Loren,
Oscar and Arthur Knox, all neph
ews of the deceased, acted as
pall-bearers. Miss Keys had lived
in this vicinity only a short time
but to see her was to know het.
To her friends she was known as a
woman of refinement and christian
character. She had been a mem
ber ol the M. E. Church since
childhood. This community ex
tend sympathy to the bereaved
relatives here and at A villa.
Mr. Ruthledge an aged cousin
of Miss Keys was here from Wichi
ta, Kans., to attend the funeral
Miss Lucile Hillie came home
from Carthage where she is attend
ing school and stayed several days
Miss Cecil Pugh, whose hand
was badly injured in a fall at school,
is much better.
Victor Randall intends to go to
Arkansas to stay several months
Mrs. Cook of Alba has been vis
iting the family of Wm. Lauder
baugh. Cecil Cather, son of John Cather
ana wile ot Frederick, Okla
nu wile ot irederii:!;. own., is
isiting his many cousins here and
The A. H. T. A's are planning 1
to give a banquet to their wives
and families soon I
Miss Nellie Lauderbaugh leaves
soon to attend the winter term of
the Springfield State Normal.
Mrs. Wm. Sheldon of Carthage,
Mr. and Mrs x Kerney. and Clyde
Wagner and family spent Sundav
at G. F. Wagner's.
Mrs Isaac Teter of Alba visited
Mrs Clyde Wagner the first of last
Mrs. F. Wescott spent Saturday
with Mrs. Huffman.
Miss Bessie Hildreth of Webb
City is the guest of Mrs. Chas.
Wm. Huffman and wife, Chas.
Ball and wife and Miss Bessie Hil
dreth spent Sunday evening with
r"l.1 W 1 ...:r-
vy.jub ,1 uiici umu wue.
Misses Grace, and Frances Gulick
attended services at the Baptist
Church in Jasper Sunday.
A number of our young people
are planning to attend the pie
supper at Cedar Bluff Friday night.
All persons indebted to the Burg-
ncr-Bowman Lumber Co. are re-
quested to make arrangements to
pay their accounts durinc the
months of November. Aftr
November 1 interest from darn nf
purchase will be charged on ac
counts of more than 60 days old.
JAX UUUD, Manager.
Newsy Notes From Our Big,
Busy Hardware Store
Rtfpli Berry was buying Rubber
oid roofing and other harduaK
this week.
t Fred Cather bought dynamn
this week.
' Paul Howseman bought a j" 1
square and other carpenter ii,
last week
Mr. Tennyson, Mr. Huffman,
i R. Schooler bought barb wne tr .,.
I Sharp's during the week.
: L. II. Brown bought one . 1
j popular Rayo lamps last wii-k
j John S. Gresham purchase 1 a
j bill of hardware last Thursdaj
George Hcadlce was the bin
' of a good cook stove and k,cK"
(utensils Thursday.
' We sold Charles Moore a .
I road wagon Friday.
Mr. Larue bought a nice ill in t
I er and other hardware Friday.
Bob Smith dropped in Fn !
'and bought a Ham lantern u,
other hardware.
! Tom Wardlow and George '
bought nails from our sto k !
I week.
G. W. Johnson pun hast 1. .
j Winchester repeater Saturday
! J. II. Welch purchased a ,!:
and other hardware Saturda
1 One of our good water sej. 11 .1' .
Went to Scth Giesham Sauirda'
We sold N'orris Crumm a
stove Saturday.
i Rev. W. T. Medearis unU I
! Keith were among our stove
tomers this week
Tom Wardlow bought a wa,.
sheet ind other hardware Mond-.
Rubberoid roofing is selling v
just now. During the past w
J. W. Phillips bought a load m
D. W Shrivertook 40 rolls, B;,
Ash a nice bill, Charles lim.i
more of the same, and Cl.a:'
Woodrow and Will Clous.er nli
bought good bilU of the same
Mrs. J. M Shiflett took hon.t ..
nice Dazey churn.
W. C. Mackey bought k-..
American fencing and otlter hari
ware last week.
A. L. Thomas purchased a j'o
lantern during the week.
W. R Farr bought a Winth.
ter shotgun and other hardua
this week.
Fred Thiel purchased a Renun
ton rifle ami a case of shells S.t
W. F. Iscnman took out a lili
of hardware Ftiday.
Lem McConnell purchase.! .
Remington 22 this week.
Charles Buzzard bought a pun ;
John" Gastel purchased a leu 1 :
the celebrated Royal Atneric 11.
N. H. Patterson purchased a It
of poultry wire Thursday.
We sold H. F. Hughes a pump
George Brenneman bought a L.!',
of roofing Monday.
Harve Bennett was a Mondav
buyer of dynamite.
Husking gloves and other hard
ware to Ben Smith Saturday.
Hice Hartley bought a stie
board and other hardware Satur
day. I. C. Simpson took home a Dc
Laval separator last week
Solil Mrs. rhnnmnn f i-,irv r
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Seidner boucht cannon
ball track Monday.
J. W. Corder bought a One-Minute
washer Monday.
Keep your eye on
this column from
week to week and
see what your
neighbor bought.
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