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Wednesday, April 16, 2008 Volume XVI, Number
Did Ya Know?... C.A.N.
D.O. Senior Center at 404 E. 3rd St., Carthage is
holding an All You Can Eat Breakfast on Saturday,
April 19 from 7:00 - 10:00 am. Adults: $4.00,
Kids 12 & Under $3.00. All proceeds benefit
C.A.N. D. O. Senior Center. For advance order
carryout and more information call 358-4741.
Did Ya Know?... The
Carthage Chamber is hosting a Small Business Expo
at the Memorial Hall, April 18th from
1:00PM-6:00PM and April 19th from 9:00AM-3:00PM.
Call Amber to register, 358-2373.
Did Ya Know?... Saturday
Night Idol. A fundraiser for McCune Brooks
Hospital. Presented by GFWC Womens Service
League of Carthage. Register now for the
preliminaries on Sat., April 19. Register in
person at the First United Methodist Church at
617 S Main St, Carthage, MO, West Entrance on
April 19th from 10am to 1pm. To get registration
form ahead a of time, EMAIL -
email@example.com. For more
information, check our Website -
Judge - "It seems to me
that I have seen you before."
Prisoner - "You have, you Honor; I gave your
daughter singing lessons."
Judge - "Thirty years."
Baby stork - "Mama, where
did I come from?"
A Chronological Record of Events as they have
Transpired in the City and County since our last Issue.
A $10,000 Telephone
The Carl Junction
Telephone Co., of Carl Junction filed articles of
incorporation today with a capital of $10,000 divided
into shares of $100 each.
The share holders, all of
Carl Junction, who have so far subscribed stock are G. A.
Welbourn $600; Mary C. Welbourn $100; H. C. Robertson
Minstrel Show Last
The Gideon minstrel show
last night was very well patronized especially in the
gallery. Locals wer out in a body to see their brethren
perform. The troop afforded some clever stunts but the
time worn program of the same old show was carried out.
Rounds out the hollow
places; smooths out lines that creep about ones
face; woos roses back to faded cheeks. Thats what
Rocky Mountain Tea does. A. H. Caffee & Co.
from the Carthage Police Department) The
Carthage Police Department will participate in
the national Occupant Protection program on
Wednesday, April 16. During this enforcement
effort officers will be looking to specifically
enforce seat belt violations for occupants of
motor vehicles in an effort to reduce fatalities
and injuries during motor vehicle accidents..
Nearly one in four
Missourians still fail to regularly wear their
safety belts when driving or riding in a motor
Among those least
likely to buckle up: young males, pickup truck
drivers and their passengers, people who live in
rural areas and nighttime drivers.
Failure to wear a
safety belt can be deadly. In 2007, a driver in
Missouri traffic crash has a 1 in 32 chance of
being killed if they were not wearing a seat
belt. In cases where the driver wore a seat belt,
their chance of being killed was 1 in 1,309.
clearly save lives. But unfortunately too many
folks still need a tough reminder, so we are
going to be out in force buckling down on those
who are not buckled up," said Capt. Kaiser,
Carthage Police Department.
Capt. Kaiser said
regular safety belt use is the single most
effective way to protect people and reduce
fatalities in motor vehicle crashes.
information on the national Occupant Protection
program, please visit www.buckleupamerica.org
information on Missouri seat belt usage, visit
Kaiser, Carthage Police Department, 417-237-7200
As we pull out of another
"slow" season, the downtown area seems
to be once again goin through its
Instead of the grand department
stores and more traditional "anchors"
that typically indicate a healthy downtown area,
we now are seein the more touristy type of
business become the major attraction.
The four downtown antique malls
on the square create a seven day a week
attraction for locals and passersby alike. Add to
that the gift shops, and three eatin
establishments, a core of businesses that
accentuate the atmosphere of the Court House is
now spreadin beyond the limits of the
Business people have been known
to make mistakes on occasion, but I dont
figure investin in the downtown area of
Carthage is one of em.
This is some fact, but mostly,
Just Jake Talkin.
Carthage Printing Services
By JoAnn Derson
Whats on sale in April: Spring
clothing, bridal gowns and cruises, plus
home-improvement items, like paint and wallpaper.
If you have drawers that stick
when you try to pull them out, or maybe drawers
that dont like to go back in without a
fight, try this tip: Take an ordinary candle and
run it along the drawers rails. This will
provide some lubrication to keep drawers gliding
in and out smoothly, without having to use messy,
drippy oil. You also can use a bar of soap if you
dont have a spare candle.
Recipe substitutions: If you
need 1 cup of cocktail sauce, use 1 cup of
ketchup plus 2 tablespoons (or to taste) of
Heres another jar-opening
tip, from reader M.B. in Saskatchewan: "My
novel way to open jars, etc., is to use a
mechanics "water pump pliers." It
works very well, and also gets strange looks when
I pull the pliers out of my back pocket,
especially in the Lions Bar."
"This year we started
keeping a garden log, which we never did before.
We used a three-ring binder and have collected
information about how to care for each type of
plant in the yard, a picture of that plant and a
note of its location. We organize the pages by
type and have used our computer to make a list of
what garden- and yard-related tasks to do and
when. It will make next years spring go
much more smoothly, and make a nice pass-along
when we eventually sell this home." -- I.D.
If you have mineral deposits or
hard-water stains in your toilet, try dropping
two Alka-Seltzer tablets in a flushed toilet and
letting them bubble and sit overnight. In the
morning, scrub with a toilet brush and flush
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