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THE JASPER NEWS
AUTUUIl K. DRAKE, Publliher
J AS I'CK, MISSOURI.
Entered at tliu I'ostofTlco nt Jasper,
lo , ns second clnss nwltor. Septem
S x inuntlin ,D0
Miss Euuekia Rbx.
There will be preaching at Le
banon Sunday at 3 o'clock. Every
The farmers are delayed again
with their plowing on account of
the snow Monday night.
Mrs Emma Winter and children
spent Thursday with her brother,
Fred Winter and family.
Otto Foreman and Henry Gra
ham have been helping Ernest
Rex build fence the past week.
Ernest VanDeventer went to
Jcplin Friday to visit relatives
Will Lyman and family visited
Sunday afternoon with Allen Mil
ler and wife.
Almond Qttinn visited the Kay
A few of the neighbors went in
Saturday with a surprise dinner
on Mrs. Sjmuel Foreman, as it
was her sixty-fourth birthday
Those present were Henry Graham
and wife and two sons. Mr. Van
Deventer and wife and son Omer,
Mrs. Mirtha Rex and her son
Ernest. They had a very pleasant
visit and all enjoyed themselves.
Mrs Henry Graham and her
mother Mrs. Rogers visited Alec
Keith and family Sunday.
Harold and Carl Carr visited a
little while at G. II. Redmond's
Henry Graham sold a horse to
Mr Carr last week.
Miss Mary Dalgh, our teacher at
Farmers Uuion. and three of her
pupils Misses Mae Woodrow, Ilona
Redmond and Eugenia Rex at
tended the rural examination at
Dorris Valley Friday and Satur
day Miss Gladys Rex from Carthage
visited home folks from Sunday
till Monday morning.
Ernest Rex was a Carthage vi
Chas. Woodrow delivered a load
of fat hogs to Jasper market Fri
day. John Stansberry and wife and
little daughter visited his brother
Jack Stansberry Sundiy.
iw jexiaxH.vtarr imsoimm
Will Sign 4S2S3
Standard and Registered Stallion
WILL SIGN has tuken more blue ribbons tlun any oil. cr horse
in Jasper County, winning over 14 horses in the show ring at
the Carthage Fair in 1 9 1 1 . Ho beat the Barton County horses
at the Jasper fairs of 19:1 and tnij. He never 1ms been de
feated in the show ring in Missouri or Kansns. His colls are
blue ribbon winners.
Wilton, the grandsire of Will Sign, was noted the world over for
his grand form and individuality. He sold at a ripe old age
0. THOA1PSON, Owner.
High School Notes.
The rains during the last week
caused many to miss school for
two or three days as the creeks
were past fording.
The Seniors are progressing nice
ly with their class play. They had
to get two Juniors to help them
as they lacked two male charac
ters. The program given by the Ex
celsior Literary Society last Friday
evening was far below their stan
dard. The morning and evening pro
grams given by the Senior, Junior,
Percheron Stallion Julian 24638.
Julian 24638 will make the spa
son of 1913 at my pla 'e four miles
south and one mile east of Jasper,
and one mile north and one east
Description- Julian 21638 is a
large black stallion, foaled June
10. 1909; weight to6o pounds; will
weigh 1900 pounds when fully ma
tured. This horse has strong Hat
bone, good head and eyes strong
back and loins, heavy stifle, good
action, fine style and Ins proved a
Sire: Colonel 11427, he by Ilon
fleur 48G3 (775). out of Luciece
1 1424 (117421, - b Pulydor
15-143). He by thaimmt 1100221.
and Freshman classes arc not as he by Vigoureux, lie by I'.nury
good as tlu;y were some time back. lJam: yueeu l,u rc 2407,
Prnf Hurt rr.nnoe.1 a turner's . ?hc bV Montcalm II. 2,6-,, out of
seat the other day, because she
was always cutting up
It was hard for the pupils to
stay in the house Monday spring
fever seemed to be prevalent.
Bethel Epworth League Program.
The Bethel Epworth League will
give a very interesting program
next Sunday nigh, April 6, 1913.
The program will consist of songs,
discussion of the topic. Bible read
ings, etc A special invitation is
extended to all
Haeilc Hartley, Leader.
A Liberal Offer.
Daily and Sunday Kansns City
Journal. one year $2 60; six months,
$1 30; three months, 63 cents.
Weekly Kansas City Journal.
35 cents a year.
Missouri nnd Kansas Farmer, 23
cents a year.
Subscriptions taken at The N'ews
It requires 190 yenris to grow a 30
foot cedar pole for telegraph purposes,
tut there ore. other polee -which an
swer the Krpoi and are grown moro
Lucrece 11424 uitj:), she
1'olyuor 15443I .M'irciini 11 2,
636. he by Muiiumiiii 2,65s I72S7J,
he by Taconct I no;, he lv Brilli
ant 710 he by BriUui.t I750. he
by Coco II (714, he by Vieux
Chashn 713I. he by Coco 712, he
by Mignon I71O, he by -aii-i.c-Blanc-
Terms: S15 co to inviii- livint!
cob Shou I a nidi. 1. s .' I. trad
ed, reniuwu r au u !i ntnuv
ed Irom the tuiglib. rhood, st.isoi,
money at "nee becomts 'ut nd
collectable and will 1- collated
Lien on mare and colt for suwet
money Care t..kn tf pi-iwut
accidents, but will not b-' respon
sible sh uld :mv occur. N'o cer
vice on Sundas.
T L Biiby, Owt'cr and Keeper.
Passing Worry Alon.
1 1 - man In- ! ,!.
I.' b rrowH i" - . ,
..nil lets tuwn do 11 - V.
'I he Sanitary Dairyman
r) carl) in 1 hi' mr minis
I uttli' s"Ut;lit tlii Dixitled cow
And will uloves his linrult Mlornlng.
TcK the nlKhtonp from her brow.
l!uu-ed lier from her well bred slumber, 3d
To the bathtub mado her lumber
Tor her enrlj nuirnint! plunge.
Manicured "ch horn nnd honllet
Spin) ed her breast wi h lUterine,
Scrubbed her bUU from lloor tn rood"'.
Till each inch ot it una clean.
Then wlillu her attention eenleied
Un her predlRMlwl bran,
lteverentlj- Tuttlo entered
Willi n ailicr platctTcan,
Into wliieh. by kux prntectwl
l'loin Imcilll nnd their lllte,
Tultlo skillfully irojicted
l.ittls streams ot (iiuest milk.
Willi n mlerocopo ho iecd it,
Blew a microbe here nnd there,
S rained itweiuhed it. cooled it, etew
l',tsteurlzd it. too, with caie.
Ihen in bottles small he hnulid it
1 o the city nnd, in short--Lver)
w here that Tuttlo sold it
Coat them sisl c nla per ijuart.
Cream 1 Cream I Cream!
Take it to Wheat and try his
D n't fail to call The N'ews man
on the phone when you want to
talk advertising or printing. We
will be tdad to come to see you.
"Did he l.iss ou when he pro
pored? "Certalnlj ; 1 wouldn't con
Elder any but sealed proposals."
-IN ALL THE-
Dry Goods and Shoe Lines
SEE US A.T ONOE.
Dry Goods Depralment
is receiving new lots
STAR BRAND SHOES
for Men, Women and Children.
AND TICK TALK
Diamond Kins 1" to gluoOO
lMt TilTnny wedding
111 -ize, 1.1 j , lmntinK
case, Klum, Wultlmm,
Itocliford or South
Henri watch, guaran
teed M jean 10 CO
It size, 7 j , open face.
8-day Seth Thomas
cl clta .'t "ill
tnmlard Vnrm clocks lid
lilt; lien AUrm clucks J .VI
Set lingers HI It 1 II"
and forks I " '
Special Attention (liven to
Repair and Optical Work
L. T. Watorbury
Jeweler nnd Optometrist
l. ES Tt-STUl) FUCU
Our Grocery Department is complete
All goods fresh and now.
Chandler & Son
SLaamasJCffipr' . rjrp?:ljrsam:im ' Mvugjsjff
For Burns, Urulset and Sores
Tho quickest nnd surest euro for
hums, bruia.s, bolls, eorea, InOnmuia
tinn and all nkln diseases in Uucklen'a
Arnica Halve. In four dajB it cured L.
11. Ilaflin. of Iredell, Tex , of a sore on
his Ankle which pained him go ho could
hardly walk Should bo in every house
Only 'ilo Recommended by II V.
J. R. Wheat
STAPLE AND FANCY
If you need anything in our
line send or phone 135-A
Your order will have our
PEED OF ALL KINDS
To Horse Owners
E. I. Lauderbaugb Calls Attention to His
I take pleasure in announcing prt-ciate this Tin .1 h r e in J.isp.
that I have purchased the great and thin1 he li uKl 11. ik . e s ,t
trotting stallion Todd Allerton n at cmdu lmr-e j.n cv but -in-x
34215 and the celebrated registered sh mid nipriiiii- the fact 1l.1i
I'ercheron stallion Hex 71533 which thev are gUting the hcns"ii tor
will make the coming season at my just half the price thi- hoise ever
barn just west of the Missouri Pa made a season at, for he never
cific station I would be pleased' before made a season for less thun
to show these horses to anyone at S50 cash at time of service. My
any time, and show you tneir
breeding. 1 have looked over
several states and several hundred
horses to select them, and think I
can show you as good as money
can buy. Todd Allerton, son of Al
lerton the world's champion sire,
has a trotting record of si si, pac-
HiHFHfinMHV jsV B
terms are $25.
ing a. 13: dam Lotidema Wilkes,
recprd ai-tt a fine large horse, 16
hands high, weighing 1350 pounds,
with plenty of bone and the best
set of legs ever put under a trot
ingj horse; with the kindest dispo
sitton and safe for any lady to drive,
which should be looked at ns a
great feature in any breed of horses
and especially this strain. Todd
Allerton has also proven himself a
speed sire and sure (oal getter.
I'ard Gwens, a son of Todd Aller
Ion, made a recotd of 2.1 1 as a
Rex, the three car old Per her
on stallion, son of Brilliant grand
son of Casino, is not the largest
Percheron stallion in the country
but is judged to be one of the best
made ever brought to this part of
the country and should make a ton
horse or more when fully developed
as his sire's weight is 2200 and his
dam 2100, and for disposition and
kindness this horse can not be ex
cellelin the world, which should
be looked at in all cases as blood
will always tell
This horse was good enough for
Y R Brownof Minneapjlis, K.ins,
to Ure i list year all ot his register
ed Per"heron mares to, which sold
at the Kansas City sale at from
$500 to 700 envh Service fee $1 5
to insure living cult.
As the old saying is, "A word to
the wise is sufficient " The bet
of any stock is none too good when
it is in the bounds of reason, ami
do not let n few dollars stop you 111
breeding to the best you can find,
whether to my horses or to some
one else's, as you know it takes
much time and work to breed and
raise a colt and you know there is
no icmparion in price betwetn a
good nnd inferior horse of any
E. I. LAUDERIUUGH.
lo the Public
We are now located in linck
Barn wheie we will buy
and pay the highest market gj
price in iash fi r anything y H
ha 1 in Ins line.
We hove all Kinds of Feed, Ej
Corn Chop, Uran, Alfalfa and
LAKK K lllUllDUlN
"Uy their fruits yc
shall Know them,"
Tho intichiutuy we soil
does the work ami
does it right.
A Line of Labor Savers'
You Can See This Line at This Store
TON'T be. afraid to come into this store
-f any lime you want to and look at the
things we have here. "Vc won't ask yon to buy
yon know better than we do what yon want and
when you want it.
There's one thing we want to suggest to you when
you buy nn engine, (ami you're bound to some day)
be sure you get an Old's. We have them here. Thero
isn't a better engine made. We know it; you ought to.
If you can't find time to come and see us, ask us to
come and see you or send you a five
cataloc of Olds Engines.
We're here to serve you;
S'wc us the chance.
C. T. Whitesel
Estnl.liahc.1 in 1890." JA.M'KK. M
Silo Demonstration, Saturday, April 1-'
Rock Island No.l
"The Planter That Talk."
i FARMERS, ATTENTION! f
. - " a
VjUATCU for Uurgnor-Downmn
t'o.'s Announcement of their
Hig Demonstration, Saturday, April
l-J, showing how iiiihttfe is cut and
put into our silos. ::::::
Jay Good, flanager
,T judy 'Iirtuaws ,uHi8HOWM(I o
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four year old.
I realize many people do not np