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The Neosho Daily News from Neosho, Missouri • Page 2

Neosho, Missouri
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W. A. PHIPPS, President W. P. ARMSTRONG, Vice-President M.

T. RICE, T. C. HATLBR, Asst. Cnahier THE ONLY NEWTON COUNTY BANK Capital $40,000,00 Opened for Business September 3, 1918 Solicits Your Business BOARD OF DIRECTORS W.

A. Phippa Mitchell M. T. Rice W. E.

Sinis W. P. Armstrong L. D. Rice T.

C. Hatler Sims Rice Building NEOSHO, MO, Were Married by Typewriter Houston, Texas, April 5 Susie Burnett and A. S. Blalock, deaf mutes, were married today by a typewriter. A.

B. Crooker, a justice of the peace, asked the usual questions by pounding out the questions on his machine and the couple ansvvered in the same way. Msny friends of the pair witnessed the unusual ceremony. The couple met for the first time about four months ago and both assert it was a case of love at first sight. Autos For Hire.

Phone 278. tf Mrs. S. P. Hedges spent yesterday in Joplin.

Frank Cheney, who has been here for some time at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Cheney, has recovered from the effects of an injury he received a few weeks ago and has returned to Joplin wheiv ho is employed with Dolson Drug- Co; A ten-days meeting which began Sunday night is being held at the A.

M. E. Church in Newtown. The presiding elder will hold quarterly conference on the 17th and Rev. W.

M. Peck, D. of Kansas City, will be present. Rev. T.

C. Nash, A. is the pastor and invites everybody, both black and white, to attend these meetings. Chicago, April wet and dry forces rested tonight on the eve of the most momentous local option election ever held in Illinois. In tomorrow's balloting many Illinois women will vote for the first time.

The fight has been state wide, although the contests were localized in the township elections. More than 300 townships, some including several villages or cities, are directly interested in the result of the vote and the fate of nearly 3,000 saloons will be in the hands of the voters. Her Chickens Were Not Menials. A rich city man recently bought himself a country house of which his wife was snobbishly proud. After showing some acquaintances all over the house (and telling them the prices of the pictures and furniture), she took them into the grounds, where her possessions included a chick- run populated by half a hundred white Orpington's.

'I suppose you get lots of eggs from your chickens?" one of her friends suggested. "I don't think so!" was the reply. "But don't your hens lay eggs?" "Of course they can," was the haughty reply, "but considering our position they don't have to." A business meeting of the M. E. South Sunday School is to be held tonight at the church at 8 o'clock.

Every officer, teacher and committeman must be present if possible. To be honest, to be kind, to earn a little and to spend a little less; to make, upon the whole, a family happier for his presence; to renounce when that shall be necessary and not be embittered; to keep a few friends, but these without capitulation: above all, on the same grim condition, to keep friends with is a task for all that a man has of fortitude and Louis Stevenson. Bert Brewer, through his attorney, Chas. E. Prettyman today had five doctors subpoenaed for defense in case of State vs.

Brewer charged with forging a check. We understand the defense is to be insanity. The preliminary examination is set for Thursday. The defendant's parents are as- sis'ing him. It is said that he has been in trouble-several times before.

Bryan Marsh Lamp Prices 40 watt Mazda .30 GO watt Mazda 100 watt Mazda 150 watt Mazda 1.10 250 watt Mazda l.BO Neosho Electric Light Co. 102 Spring St. W. KELLER, President R. C.

LAMSON. Vice-president W. G. WILLS, Cashier O. W.

EPPERSON, Asst. Cashier BANK OF NEOSHO Neosho, Missouri ORANGES PER DOZEN McKNIGHT'S PURE FOOD GROCERY The Cash Store. Leah Centers Fire, Lightning and Tornado Insurance S. W. Cor.

Square Announcement At the urgent request of friends Mrs. Norwood has consented to take a limited number of pupils in.voice culture. No night lessons given. Residence 430 East McKinney street, phone 429. 59-6 cap for auto, letters E.

M. F. Return to Laundry for reward 63-3 Buff Orpington and Buff Leghorn eggs for setting at reasonable prices. Phone 477. tf.

White Plymouth Rock eggs SI per setting of 15 eggs. Frank J. Gittings. 51tf. For rooms, also one stable, at 331 Lafayette street 62-6 For Rent May house.

Mrs. P. R. Smith 339 Hamilton St. 62-6.

Wanted to buy, counter show case 4 or 5 feet long. Neosho Auto Co. 61-4. For your Cold and LaGrippe use the old and only reliable Guthrie's Grip and Cold Tablets. 25c box at Guthrie's Drug Store.

213tf Just'try the dry steam on your rugs. Absolutely kills moth ano germs. Thoroughly cleanses and renovates. Neosho Steam Laundry. 63tf For Sale or Rent 20 a land 3 miles from Neosho, 15a in cultivation, 5a pasture, t3 room house stable, fine truck land or chicken ranch.

Also 5 acres land, suburban property, 4 room house stable, fine location. See J.M, Z. Withrow. CAPITAL $30,000 SURPLUS (Earned) $42,000 BAKED INDIAN PUDDING Two quarts scalded milk with salt, one and one half cups of Indian Meal (yellow), one tablespoonful ginger, letting this stand twenty minutes; one cup molasses, two eggs (saltfrat- us if no eggs), a piece of Big Spring Butter the sizes of a common walnut, Bake two hours. THIS IS LARHIPING GOOD.

Phone 23 for 2 quarts of milk. Wagon leaves Creamery 1 p. m. David B. Morgan V.

S. M. D. V. Deputy State, Member of- Veterinay Examining Board of Missouri Veterinary Hospital 121 West spring St.

Neosho, Mo. Phone No. 44. Calls answered night or day For Sale or Exchange City Property One 8-room house, bath, light and heat, 209x209 feet of ground, sleeping porch 10x32, wood and gar- gage, small vineyard, one of our most desirable homes, for sale at a bargain. One 5-room house, Jot 50x209 feet, city water, 2 small outbuildings.

Will sell this property at a bargain. Will take $700 for this; $100 down, balance can be paid per month. One 4-room house. 50x175 feet. This property has only been built two years.

Will sell this for $800.00, $200 down, balance can be paid $8.00 per month. One 4-room house, 75x150 feet of ground, one small outbuilding. This piece of property can be bought for $50 down, balance monthly. Three houses and lots in Joplin, Mo. on the corner of Ninth and Connor, located and all rented, bringing $22.50 per month.

Would like to exchange this for something in Neosho. One frame building, 2 large rooms used for restaurant and store room, 3 living rooms in connection. There are two lots to this property, sidewalk in, city water in house, wired for electric lights, rented per month. Will sell this right on easy terms. Two 20 acre tracts, from Neosho, all in cultivation, on main road.

One of these I will take $1250 for, $350 down, balance paid in one, two and three years at G'r. The other one I will take $1000 for, $250 down, balance on one, two and three years. 40 acres. 3 miles from Neosho on one of our best roads, all in cultivation, 20 acres ready for Spring crop, nice 4-room house, good barn, well; all fenced, price $4000, make most any kind of terms. 40 miles from Neosho, all in cuhivation except about 10 acres in mcr.dov,', this has no is fire sweet potato land.

Price Will take $1000 down, all the time you on the balance. Will sell half of th's or all of it. acres, miles from Neosho, new 4-roorn house, new barn, good land for the plow. Price $2000.00. $500 bown baianco in one, two and three years at E.R.RUDY South Side Square Phone 56 Cold Valley Dairy Butter 30c per Ib.

Pure Apple Cider Vinegar 25c per gal. JOHN ROSGHI Phone 254F11 Route 3 Announcements for County Offices. Adv. DEMOCRATIC For Presiding- Judge Sanford E. Brown For County Clerk John S.

Sutherland David P). Stout For County Collector Andy J. Burk W. W. Lea For Recorder' D.

M. E. Cook Dan S. Major For Circuit Clerk Frank P. Marlow For Prosecuting Attorney Barton J.

Morrow Keys I have the latest Key making 1 machine and am able to make kinds of Yale and other groovec keys on short notice. J. Talley, Bicycle Gun Shop 594mo Wood St. Wafer Consumers. Water rentals will be due April 1st, 1914.

No cards be sent out except to those on meter, but 5 per cent discouni will be given to all who pay before the 10th. After that date water will be shut off withoul further notice. Respectfully, Lola Lillard Ebert City Collector. Byorder of the mayor. 55-13.

For Sale. A few small elm trees for Arbor Day planting. Call 155 South High St. or Phone 227. 63-3.

Neosho Transfer Storage Co. 107-109 N. Jefferson Street Phone 285 enclosed room for storage of goods. Prompt attention to all kinds of hauling in any kind of weather. Reasonable Prices A.

J. THOMAS CO. Have Your House Guttered Before the Spring rains set in. We do all kinds of Tin and Galvanized jHeat- ng and Sewering. Neosho ing and Very Low Round Trip Winter Rates via K.

S. Railway to various points in Cuba Florida Georgia Louisiana Mexico New Mexico South Carolina Tennessee West Virginia Texas On sale daily from Oct. 1913, to April 30, 1914. For rates and routes call on or address S. G.

WARNER, G. P. ft Kansas City, Mo, E. PHELPS, Agent. Neosho, Mo.

ED. HAAS Wholesale Grocer Phone 33 if' R. II. MONTAGUE Teacher of Singing Studio at Mrs. Keltner's near Big Spring.

Voices Tested Free. Fridays. Farm For Rent, close in. See J. M.

Z. Withrow. Now in Service-Fine Swiss bull, 2 years old, at my place. Fee $1 cash in advance. John M.

Propst. 36tf. For pure bred Blue Ribbon Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds. Fine layers $1 per setting of 15. Mrs, W.

Overbeck, corner College and Hill streets. 62-lmo,.

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