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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 26 September 1907

tii spZgESfiSKg C iL T - - i r VOL X WW n BASE BALL HtIV Pick ups Beat Blue Star Golden City Team Here Next Suuday The local aggregation of base ball artists took a fall out of the Blue Star boys Sunday on the Jasper grounds to the tunc of 12 to 9 Those who oaw the game say it was a better exhibition than the scoro indicates Blue Star got off to tne good but was over taken at the quarter and nosed out on the stretch by the Jaspor boys Bub Burkett did somehard hitting and good work in the infield aoLDKN crrv comiMi The Jasper boys have arranged a game with their old time rivals the Golden City team to bo played here next Sunday the 29th Golden City has been playing ball all year wherein they have a considerable advantage but the locals think they can defeat them and will not be convinced until shown The expenses of the visitors will be quite an item accordingly an admission fee of 15a for adults and lOo for children will be charged Ladies free Game at 300 p m Poisoned by Candy Hazel ...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 26 September 1907

Wmsmff jpffigSgBfityjCTEHl THE JASPER NEWS ROLAND B GRIFFITH Editor JASPER MISSOURI Not a Comfortable Home Even In a palace life may be lived well declared tho great and good emperor Marcus Aurellus Even In a palace too It may bo lived happily but that significant little even belongs as truly to ono statement ns to the other for to live either well or hap pily In a palace Is to do so In the face of special obstacles and is indeed a rare achievement By Just so much as a palace Is palatial Is it unhomellko a place whero only tho most care ful and persistent cherishing can pre serve those home virtues that otten flourish so sweetly and readily In tho simplicity and cozincss of a common home Little wonder is It then that palace dwellois aie often glad after a brief tiial to escape as soon as they may Mllllonaho after mllllonaiio builds his palace only to weary of it Ono great mansion after another Is closed leased or sold especially city mansions where there is not as in the great count...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 26 September 1907

KIISIillKWiiWi w - - - v wg y Tl ilfrt l 6 fc QMBGffiD SKffi05 QUITE ELIGIBLE A big burly looking fellow a per walked Into the office of a prominent accident Insurance- company the other day and npplled for a policy Certainly said the secretary Are you engaged In any hazardous busi ness Not In the least replied the appli cant Docs your business make It necos sary for you to handles loaded firearms or weapons of any kind No sir Would your business ever require you to be where there were excited crowds for Instance at a riot or a fire Very seldom Ib your business such as to render you liable to Injury from tram cars or runaway horses No sir Does your business throw you In contact with the criminal classes Very farely Indeed sir I think that you are eligible What Is your business I am a policeman t Way to Choose a Husband Women should choose husbands as they do their gowns says the oracu lar Nlxola Greeley Smith Which reminds us that a young lady In our neighborhood was heard to say th...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 26 September 1907

the best appearance possible Two things are necessary to produce satis factory results in painting and nishing a home First A satisfactory color scheme becona Faints varnishes stains and enamels of such good quality that they not only give the exact color effect required but are sufficiently durable to keep up the attractive pearance of the house in spite of the wear and tear of living in it These are offered by the Sherwin Williams Painis and Varnishes The Sherwin Williams Co not only make every kind of paint and varnish used for a house and the best quality of that kind but they make suggestions for the selection of colors varnishes stains and enamels so that any given idea can be carried out and car ried out with the best materials V 1 adricks M D AlO o Connection Ph i OFFI Dr Ollico XNOTT MD and Surgeon ml Day or Night tin ctions NORTH MAIN ST WB iana B Smith SOPATH iltntion Free V 12 Campbells store KING Cnmj tiding Phone 21 E h r WEBB Ncuiry Public i i irJ Insurance Agl Bank i...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 26 September 1907

w tf v fcflt i i SET 5A A ttr iLS HA fsnswfwnv ADD JOYCE the Clothier CORRESPONDENCE LYNNLAND During tho etorm Friday a barn be longing to Wm Lukens was struck by lightning- aad burned to Cjj ground iFred Lukens a 12-year-old boy was in ttbo barn and received a slight shock iHo ran to tho house nod notified the other members of the family who with the assistance of the neighbors that were quickly on tho scene removed the stock Considerable hny and grain was Jost however Although the bam and i con toots wero heavily insured it is quite alo9stoMr Lukeny as the cost of re ibuilding will be nearly double the first coat of tho barn The township convention held Sun day at Lynnland was a success in every way and the program was especially good Many interesting talks wore giv en on the different subjects There twas a basket dinner at noon Mrs Cbas Woods entertained a few friends Tkursday evening in honor of Mr Woods biithdoy Ice cream and cake wefo served Will McCune was a Carthage visitor ...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 26 September 1907

t u m il Msf iiiMvtn v iVvWy P ks rVri KlMhJkliM CwftrKa lwfeSBSSi SP w il 1 i fcrtCagfr nyswpW7raftKE SfijhiffMhvri r i irTMfw 1KB5Hm w f - - wmsmii ifisirKwijftmwwsBiffijiKMa - js j5s7wrJ iy1a ijf J CHAPTER VI Continued Bobs faco showed unspeakable terror ami entreaty the eyes were bursting from their sockets and were live ted on hers as those of a man In a dungeon might be fixed upon an approaching specter of one whom he had inurdeied Hla chest lose and fell as though trjlng to burst some unseen bonds that wero crushing oi his life With every bicath would come the awful groan that had first brought me to him Beulah Sands had half tinned her faco until her eyes gazed Into Hobs with a sweet child ish perplexity I looked at her sur prised that one whom I had always Been so Intelligently masterful should bo passive In the lacs of such an guish Then horror of horrors I saw that thero was something missing from her great blue eyes I looked gasped Could It possibly be With a bound I was...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 26 September 1907

stoh - fi -v jf T Bfcl SP- t r 1 V fe iW TRACKS EVIL DOERS WOMAN DETECTIVE FEARLE83 IN HER WORK Ethel King Responsible for the Break - Ing Up of Many Gangs of Crim inals Able to Take CaJe of Henelf mission that Is sex but sent vdry unusual- I Should you meot a good looking allor boy with a complexion sorae thing too good for ono who follows the oca take a second look at him It may bo EthI Xing tho woman tivo of Philadelphia In ono of her many disguises Take a searching glance at tho mes senger boy whoruns with tiekd down to deliver a missive It Is jposslblo that tho female sleuth may bo hiding her Identity within tho bluo suit Look arcund you In -opium-scented Chinatown Tho dapper woman who trips pa3t the lookout at the gambling Joint with a side glance at tho closed door may bo pretty Ethel King In tho costumo of her on a to a woman At homo Miss King lives a quiet and secluded llfo Few of her assocU ntes In the boarding house a which she has her room know what a dis tinguished pcrs...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 26 September 1907

I i 4 -in While They Last Any 300 Shoe 250 Any 350 Shoe 200 Any 225 Shoe 190 Any 175 Shoe 130 Childrens Shoes as low as 035 All leather Shoes go No reserve Bring your produce Yours CW Straiten Personal and Local All kiud9 of repair work nt Whitfisnls shop Get a Thorough orod Hat of Add Joyce the Clothinr Ed Steincr mndo Ills usual week end trip to Jnsper from Carthage Bert Webb was ut Golden City the first of thu week delivering fertilizer El LuuJerbnugh nid Oam Swlhart had business at Carthnifn yesterday You ahvna get frojh and the best of groceries ut Crandall Bros 3 2l tf The circus at Launr today is attract inga number of Jasper people Butter nod eggs taken in trade nt highest market price at Slrattons 37f Jim Hunt was btre from Cirthage Suuday aud took part in thu ball game Conkfvs poultry remedies ot Wolf Hdw Co 7 18t Rev Forguson uf Carterville was here yeslordiy ou business Oil meal nt 8190 a sack until stock is gone Wolf Ha Co 7 18f Curtis Hoe liia gone to Fleming Kan sas w...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 3 October 1907

ilmw - V a t i fife k EVS ES V- wwT Bt W - my KK Wt - Ct IX VOL X rfrfN THE AN ASPHALT FACTORY rlfIfT w v Report That Big Plant Will Oo In West ol Jasper From the only available source of in formation concerning the acts and and intentions of the company that is dig ging asphalt west of this city from the men on the ground oomes the state- moat that the company is bo highly pleased with the rock already brought out that tbey will in the very near fu ture begin the oreotion of a factory to prepare the asphalt for market as fast as it is mined The factory will be lo cated as near as is praotical to the pres ent shaft The men say there is no doubt about the intention of tne company in the matter provided the can ascertain pos itively that the asphalt is thero in suf ficient quantity This is the very point that is causing i the hast worry to the farmers who own the rock bearing land for they know to a certainty that over an arei embracing several farms a bod otasphaltum varying in depth...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 3 October 1907

uw iy PjVr fnv tA I - W I- r It hi u THE JASPER NEWS nOLAND B GRIFFITH Editor JASPER MISOURI Commercial Opportunities Abroad More suggestions to American man ufacturers and dealers that If they will get busy thetp Is a chanco to ox- tend their trade abroad They are to be found whero many similar hints have been given In the consular re ports A sample Is the statement by Consul Dunlap of Cologne Germany who has been to the farmers fair at Dusseldorf and evidently kept his eyes open whllo there Consul Dunlap took particular note of the agricultural ma chinery on exhibition and which was put to test at tho fair Ho noted that the only American machines on exhibi tion were of minor Importance and adds An Anirlcan made harvester with self binding attachment sells hero for about 200 There was an cndlcfjs variety of plows but no American made ones wero noticed The plows look heavy awkward and poorly made If American manufac turers want German trado they will have to make plows to conform to...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 3 October 1907

Kwtpipf a S rgiilyf hart rvr 8 r - lKWli -A iMv UP-TO-DATE The coatless man puts a cardies arm Round tlib Waist of tlnj hotlcsqBlrl While over the dustlcW mudlesn roads In a horseless wagon they whirl Like a lendloss bullet from hammcrless Bun By gmokctess powder driven They fly to tasto the speechless Joys By endless union glyen t The only luncheon hfs colnless purse Affords to them the means Is a tasteless meal ot boneless cod With a dish of strlnglcss beani v He smokes his tobaccoless pipe And laughs a mirthless laugh When papa tries to coax her hack Hy wireless telegraph Maurlco Itutherford in Llpplncotts Trick of the Trade How in the world did you maTje Buch n success In this town asked the first beauty doctor Why 1 came here two years ago and couldnt make my salt Oh you didnt go about It the samo way that 1 did replied tho second beauty doctor with a wink How was that Why as soon as Tarrlved I told all tho girls In town that they were tio pretty to need a beauty doctor and the...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 3 October 1907

K fat YfY rV ft 30 THOUSAND TELEGRAPHERS iiiiiippnAccount ol ncw UfANTtlleishthour law II fill B LU Salaries Increased DRAUGHONS ArjZ PRACTICAL l7W77A BUSINESS V5 Springfield St Louis and Ft Scott Draughons Telegraphy students by special airangement use railroad wires DnuiRtions Co home offlce Nashville Tennjhns 30 Colleges In 17 States 300000 00 capital 8000 students annunlly 18 years success BUSINESS men say Draughons Is THE BUST TKKEE months studying Book keeping or Shorthand toy Draughons COPY ItlQIITED methods equals SIX elsewhere Braughon rv Tins 3000 students learning BY MAII Vrlto for prices on Homo study POSITIONS secured or money back I - W H WOODS DENTIST Jasper Mo Office Over Wolfe Hdw Store Phone 37 J K SCHOOLER M D Physician and Surgeon Calls answered daj or night Phone connection OFFICC AT DRUG STORE 1 V H Hendricks H D JASPER MO Phone Connection W H KNOTT M D Physician and Surgeon Calls answered Day or Night Phone Connections OFFICE ON NORTH MAIN ST Dr Georgiana B Sm...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 3 October 1907

P4 s lv CORRESPONDENCE BLUE Tho little shower of rain Monday was gladly received Mr and Mm Geo Fowler of Lamar visited at Wm Wardlows Sunday Mr Hatcher bought quite a lot of nice bogs at Mr Van Dusens sale Frank Crabtree met with a little ac cident to bis buggy in Jasper Saturday night Mr and Mrs Daisie and children of Joplin spent afew das with Mr and MrsGearheart last week v Mrs Wm Wardlotv returned homo from Kansas City last Saturday much improved io health She took treat ment from Dr Carson for tumor While there she visited her brother in I iw Jerry Cleveing and other relatives Ross Appleby formerly of Blue now of Springfield is working for John Kelt nor Ben Hains and Mr and Mrs Lucas wero callers at Wm Wnrdlows Sunday Mlsa Josle Johnson of Dublin visited in this neighborhood Saturday night and attended the party at Mr Randn A numbor of guests passed no enjoy abfe evening at the beautiful Meviua homo Saturday Inst the gathering be ing in Honor of a guest of tho family from Oakto...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 3 October 1907

CHAPTER VII Continued Dob loft Ills wife at his mothers Iioulo while ho went to Sand Land ing to the funeral After the old ludgo and his victims had been laid away and tho relatives had gatheied In tho library of tho great white Sands mansion ho explained their kinswomans condition and told them that sho was his wife Ho inslstd upon pajlng all Judge Sands debts ovor 500010 of which was owed to membtrs of the Sands family for whom he had been trustee Boforo ho went back to his mothers Bob had turned a great calamity Into an occasion for something near tejolclng Judgo Sands and his family wero veiy dear to the people of tho sec tion but his mlsfoitune had threat ened buch widespread ruin that the unlookcd for recovery of a million mid a half was a godsend that made for happiness Two days after the funeral Bobs dearest hope lied He had ordeied all thliiss at tho Sands plantation put In theli cveiy day condition Beulah Sands uncles aunts und cousins had arranged to welcome her and to tr...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 3 October 1907

gmmwm m mitczZ V - -- I raVi 2rt IfSBMi 9 MELONS IN STORAGE HOW PEACE JUSTICE DECIDED COMPLICATED CA8E II1 f Bpth Sides Seemed to -A Haveahe Law on Their Side and the Judge Aroao Sublimely to the Occasion - 1 Problems worthy of Solomons men aro often submitted to these - ral arbitrators Justices ot the peace In the Macon county Mo archives Is a case of this sort Timothy Kaln a farmer of Easley township set out some watermelon vines which thrived so luxuriously r that they trespassed upon the field of his neighbor Felix Hopper When garnering time came Kalns attempt to harvest his runaway product was rebuked by Hopper and his shotgun The controversy got Into court and Squiro William Easley for whom the township was named was asked to de cide this ownership of ten watermelons worth 15 cents apiece The lawyers for Kaln read books to show that his rights of property followed the vines clear Into tho next county should they travel so far Hoppers lawyers pro duced equally sound reading to ...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 3 October 1907

i - - piiPPSI While They Lesi Any 300 Shoe 250 Any 250 Shoe 200 Any 225 Shoe 190 Any 175 Shoe I3 Childrens Shoes as low as 035 All leather Shoes go No reserve Bring your produce Yours CW Station Among Priests of tbe fnsper visitors to the Pallas festirities at Kansas City this vvnck nro Messrs and Mmes Fred Rex Omer Webb Isaac Lauder baugh Tom Hardaway Harre Griffin and E I Lauderbaugh mggi Personal and Looal Tnbn T Car tics is visiting bis dnugb tor Mrs Radford in Bates county Dried pnaches prunes and raisins at Crnudall Bros 3-21-U Ad Sharp of Kansas City came dowo Sunday forn visit with old frieodshore You altvas get frojh and tbo best of groceries at Crnndall tiros 3 2l tf Mr nod Mrs J C Pitts left Monday for a visit with relatives in Nebraska Butter and eggs taken in trade at highest mnrkot price at Strattons 37f Dr Schooler and El Lauderbaugh were at Joplin Monday on business Harry Buroh was among the Jasper ilos who visited at Carthage Sunday U T Whitesol applies rubber tires...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 10 October 1907

KJiAW S ii 8 sw BS- fefei 1- SiC r Hv S7 m BF fe r hsu i 15V FSKl e w W Kv i s iw r l ri Iff Wjpk V Offi - i m mfc wm mm- ffff MW- SifrW 1 w fitS LS3tis - v- 35ffiSi 53 - I mm y VOLJL r sf WbiUtNil V nPTTEr VV- JASPER WILL HAVE BIG STREET FAIR THIS riONTIi Oct 25 and 26 Set for Period of Jollification Collins Carnival Co Secured With Other Amusements On Ootober 25 and SO Jasper wilt bold I a big street fair which if it the suooess itisexpeoted to be will probably be an annual feature The deoision to hold the fair came rather late having been decided only last Monday when the business men of the city met and dis cussed the projeot It was thought un desirable to hold theiairnoy later than any later than the date set and there ia ample time to inform the public at large that Jasper is going to have an other of her famous big times Committees are at work preparing for the big event their names following On attractions and concessions El LaudorlaughN A Mackey on awards and premiums Bert ...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 10 October 1907

mm I Irf 5 T i t n 1fi vni tin inavnTiintv jj btt uam n Sweys -- tji THE JASPER NEWS ROLAND B GRfPFlTH Editor JASPER VH MISSOURI Digging Into Jericho Prof Selllns excavations on the slto of the ancient city of Jericho are yield ing unexpectedly rich treasures In his last letters to tho Vienna Academy of Science the professor writes that over 100 men are digging at five differ- ent points One of tho most interest ing finds Is tho historical city wall built of burnt lime bricks It was some ten feet in thickness rising from a stone foundation On the western Bide of the city the wall was nearly 40 feet in width At another point a pri vate house was found built over an other house of a still earlier epoch Other discoveries says Pall Mall Ga zette include lamps plates cups needles weights mortars and mills of bronze and stone some of very rough and primitive handiwork and others very finely executed In tho Inner city remains of rows of bouses have been uncovered The ancient Hebrew let ter...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 10 October 1907

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Publication Title: Jasper News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jasper news. — 10 October 1907

2 tv 200 Are or 200 wfBm You More W Hi WOODS DENTIST Jasper Office Over Wolfe Phone 37 Mo Hdw Store W B KNOTT H D Physician and Surgeon Calls answered Day or Night Phone Connections OFFICE ON NORTH MAIN BT J K SCHOOLER M D Physician and Surgeon Calls answered day or night Phone connection OFFICE AT DRUG STORE Dr Georglana B Smith OSTEOPATH Consultation Free Office over Mrs C E Campbollastore I giM3 t tf tft mrww 204 Douglas Block OMAHA NEB THE JASPER NEWS EBGRIFFITH Editor JASPER - - MISSOURI Entered at the FostofHce at Jasper Mo as Second olass matter September 311898 Subscription Rates Ono Year L00 Six months 50 Three months 25 Single copies - 05 Advertising rates furnished on appli cation Advertising matter run until ordered out Jumped From Third Story Maud Von Tilbury a 17-year-old girl from Beloit Kans performed the re markable feat at Carthage the other day of jumping from -a third story window to a brick pavement and suffer ing no injury other than a sprained ankle Maud had b...

Publication Title: Jasper News, The
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