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The Jasper news. [volume] (Jasper, Missouri) 1898-1924, September 30, 1920, Image 10

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Get Ready for the Fair
If you need help we can help you with a
Wallis or Molino Tractor If you want the
wheat to grow up out of the ground it should
be sowed with a Hoosior or Superior Fertili
zer Drill We have them all come with the
heavy wheels to stand the rocks They sow
any kind of fertilizer and put the grain in
as you want it
McOune Tallman
ciw njwajytTKwii
Fordson that we will sell for more money lyj
than it is worth though wve got a cheap
price on it
Mrs May Matthews
Albert Berry and wife and son
Howard took dinner Sunday with
the Matthews
Watermelon carve at
Blagers Friday night
Mrs Earl of Webb City is vis
iting Mrs Laudenslager
Mrs Alexander has been at the
bedside of Mrs Wood and reports
her condition a little better She
is paralyzed in both sides
Mrs Gaddis and Mrs Lovell of
Webb City were fishing on Dry
Fork until the rain Wednesday
stopped them They returned
home Thursday
Mr PiercY our mail carrier wa
operated on for appendcitis at the
Carthage Hospital last Thursday
He is getting along all right the
last report
Vernon Matthews car upset
Friday night on the bad piece of
road on the Jefferson Highway be
low the railroad crossing near
Carytown The rain had made
the road very soft and along the
the edge there is no rock
bottom only weeds to hold the
gravel He was driving slowly
and feeling his car sinking he shut
ff the engine and it went over on
the side in the ditch filled with
water No one was hurt only
they all got soaking wet in cold
water The screams of the three
children aroused Isom Wood and
Ernest Preston who came immed
iately to the scene and found the
family shivering with cold They
went to Mrs Woods house where
she was in a critical condition
Miss Preston was there and helped
make them comfortable until John
Gaddis arrived with his car and
took them to D Matthews
Ralph Berry came to take them
home but found them gone so
he remained to help Vernon with
his car They phoned toCarthage
for Mr Fosdick and witlT the as
sistance of him and Mr Berry
Mr Gaddis and Mr Preston the
car was raised out of the ditch and
found to be all right So all went
home about midnight
Four cars had previously gone
over in the ditch at that place
Mr Sharp of Schell City being
one of them The road should be
made safe there A bad washout
on the base line east of David
Woods also needs fixing before
someone is killed
Tom Flowers is suffering with
blood poison in his right hand
The Ladies Aid society met
Thursday with Mrs Follmer and
pieced a quilt Mrs Matthews
was elected president after the
resignation of Mrs Montgomery
was accepted Mrs Follmer
served peaches cream and cake
It was a farewell meeting to Mrs
Follmer as she expects to move
soon The next meeting will be
with Mrs Lum Carter on Thurs
day October 7th
Rally Day at Salem October 17
all day Dinner on the ground
C H Hamilton and wife and
little daughter Mary and Mrs
Sarah StepR Mrs Hamiltons
mother from Paris 111 spent
Thursday at the home of W C
Emrald Taylor and wife visited
We Believe
that each and every depositor of this
bank be his account large or small is
entitled to our assistance in his affairs
to the limit of safe and prudent bank
It is our earnest endeavor to carry
this belief to its logical fulfillment can
we be of any assistance to you
Farmers Merchants Bank
Jasper - - Missouri
Cashier Asst Cashier
5 W yirtkgafc
a day at Sam McReyiMMtJUid
left their little son there with Miss
Ruby TayWfora few days visft
William Greenwood was a Car
thage visitor JWday
Mrs Kihcid was a visitor at
the W C Montgomery home
W C Montgomery and wife
and Frank and JJertha spent Sun
day visiting Cmis Eltings west
of Jasper
Some of the farmers have wheac
sowed V
The creek was past fording for
several days last- week
Mrs Jim Bull entertained her
son and family and Mr Rusks
family from Carterville and Avery
Foster and Mr and Mrs Wood-
ard from near Jasper for dinner
Miss Gladys Husk entertained
her Sunday School class Saturday
night at her home Robert
Gresham and wife and Nathan
Rice and wif were guests of
honor Agoodtime was reported
There seems- to be an unusual
quantity of flies this month
Horses and cattle are nearly fran
tic Eugene Rices horse became
so restless Sunday while being
hitched at the cHurch during the
Sunday School hour he broke
the shafts of his buggy and Mrs
Rice and Eugene were obliged to
walk home
Miss Althea Armstrong
News was received a few days
ago by Mrs C S Andrews of the
death of James Ray at his home
near Oakwood Qkla which oc
curred Tuesday ot last week
James was ri son of Mrs Fannie
Ray who was a resident for many
years of this neighborhood having
moved six years ago with her fam
ily to Oklahoma James leaves a
wife and two little children with
many relatives and friends to
mourn him He was 3a vic
tim of appendicitis and died
after an operation His loved
ones all have the sympathy of
their friends of Jasper and vicinity
R P Lane and wife and daugh
ter Mrs EW Swank and grand
daughter Miss ffie Swank en
tertained at dinner Sunday the
following guests W S Lane and
family Robert Lane and family
and Mr and Mrs Buchanan of
Joplin A mostexcellent dinner
was served and an enjoyable day
spent in honor of Mr R P Lanes
We are glad that RevMr Dow
less was returned to this field of
labor by the receKt Conference of
the M E Church South at
Mrs Harrison Waltz called on
Mrs Ernest Rexand Mrs Mar
tha Rex Friday -
Mrs Fred Winter and MrsW
Lyman called on Mrs Charles
Stansberrys Friday
Mrs Christine Winter spent
last week with her daughter Mrs
Minnie Summerville of Joplin
Fred Winter and family drove
to Neosho Sunday and were
guests of Mrs Winters cousin
Thomas Jefferson and family
Mrs Emma Huber and daugh
ter Ruth visited Mrs Fred Win
ter Monday
J H Thacker and wife contem
plate moving to Jasper soon Mr
Thacker who is suffering very
much with rheumatism is anxious
fo leave the farm in the care of
his son Frank wRo will soon come
with his family tatake possession
of the same
Henry Kaderlyland family were
guests at the Frank Killey home
Friday and Saturday
Miss Althea Armstrong called
on Mrs Maude -Cams Saturday
Lewis Andrews who has been
c vwrwrrEi
to recovery
Harrison Waltz and amily drove
to Neosho Sunday
Mrs Zoah Billington and little
daughter and brother Guy An
drews took dinner with George
Cams arid wife Sunday1
Charles Andrews and wife and
Ed Clark and wife were Webb
City and Joplin visitors Friday
Charles Rpbisori and wife of
near Mo3s Springs were visitors
at the Harrison Waltz home dur
ing the week of the Baptist dis
trict convention at Jasper to
which gathering they were in at
tendance as delegates
Jesse Randall and wife an Mr
and Mrs Hamilton of Crestline
Kans were among the delegates
entertained by Misses Althea and
Laura Armstrong during the Bap
tist Convention Mrs Randall
was formerly Miss Ella Kearna
of Jasper
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Skcial street fair
We offer the following premiums for the Street
fairjr v T
Three mouse traps for the largest pUmpktn raised t
by one of our Victor Auto Jacks
One bright silver dollar to themnn who has owed
longest and has paid us least since wo have been in bust-
ness provided he pays upl
A nico tnirror for the homliest female registering at
our store during the fair
Protect Your Eyes
A fallar said toother day that a body had orter hav
colored specks on when they all cum into hour store
He sed the Illinoy and Round Oak heaters a shinin
and the butiful Wear Ever luminum ware a luminatin
the 1 2 century community plate aglistinen and the Cut
Glass a sparklin hoits ure eyes
Liberty Roof Paint
-We have this high grade roof paint In bulk and sel
it for 75 cents per gallon There is none better for paper
or metal roofs
Peter Schuttler Wagons
Tell the school kids we still have some of those nice
foot rulers which they can have free
Joim Deere Implements
A full line of these quality goods
Jasper Hardware Co
qiiite sick with typhoid fever is
much better and now on the road
If you have any doubt about Jasper having
the best Street Fair this year we ever had you
had better get it out of your noodle for that is
the aim of all the committees And when Jasper
gets to working Oh Boy there is something
Now is the time to sow wheat The ground
is sure packed Give it a once over with the disc
and harrow and then sow it And forget not to
use Swifts or the Monarch brand Fertilizers and
put it on heavy We are prepared to sell you
the good kind The brands we sell stand the
tests the sacks are good and it feeds perfectly in
your drill We sell for cash or will take your
note with lien on the crop for our pay Hurry
up and get the wheat sown for the music will
soon start and the Big Street Fail will be on
Come See Your Humble Servants
Webb Bros
P S 100 each for the heaviest White Globe
Turnip and Purple Strap Leaff Turnip Med
bought of us To be weighed October 18th
at our store
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whatever the ariWe told hor thl
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of hauling grain
and hay from farm to
Reasonable Prices
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