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A Sale of wool Suits at Half Price
Let the Baker Do It.
iVir. Farmer i
Fifty Suits in Spring Shades
Whip-' rd S rep-., Diagonal- t Ml
Wool Material. T.uloiel Stn tl 1, Haul
all Cons are Satin Lined, '1 li v it m
grevs, tan nnture-, pl.nn tans lij,t blues
creams and lit-ph.T-1 decks
You can decide about that
"Common Sense Silo" 3
Your Choice of Any of These Suits at Half Price
SI.-..00 Suits, $7.50 $20.00 Suits $10.00. 30.00 Suits $15 00
Sl'o.OU Knit $12.50. $:j,-,.ou Suits S17..M)
UEMEMRBR.ihcM Suits arc (rorn our own Ucsular Stock an.l renreu nt the f,(mt
manufacturers in their style, materials and workmanship. Every woman mil be able to i,n!
her M7.e here. All alterations will be extra
A Timely Dress Offering silk t,h arReducd "pi-
Choice of any $20 an 1 $5 S itin Charmeu'-c Silk Poulard and Uroci hd Cui
... i ,.- ,..,.- u.. ... im-iu -i.u-nuio. new siyies, ueautil illy mule all wanted colo--, as tt .
wed .is bla k, correct sizes for every woman, sale price . . M1,5'00
Annual May Stock Reducing Sale of Silks
The Sale Continues Throughout the Week Study Carefully the Birguins Announced IK low
tlity carry ,1 word of economy to every thrifty woman Do not miss V is sale Silk S nines are
e,tcat Wc are going to reduce this stock of silks and redu-e it omeklv
A LL muii want good
" bread, but sister
you need not work over
a hot stovo and spoil
your temper and com
pleotion, too, baking
Let the linker Do It.
m now. our erop praspccU im good, put in your Hpai 3
time building a silo that will ittind up. S
iug a silo that will xtniiU up.
Js not that a common -ense proposition;
5 BURGNER-BOWMAN LBR.CO.
Cheney Bros. Famous Silk
Wash Taffeta 75c per yard
This Silk is not only guaranteed to. but it
positively will was perfectly They are 14
inches wide, colors are Light Blue, Cieim,
Copen, Scarlet, Tan Grey and 1'inl. Tin so
Silks are exceptionally good for traveling
purp. ses, regular St value, per yard 75C
$1.25 and $1.50 Oharnieuse,
Taffeta, Serges 36-in. wide 98c
This is a great offering. Every piece a
yard wide. Bclding Bro 's famous Charmeuse
hror tided Messahne fancy dress Taffetas and
stripe silk Serges that are unexcelled for
dress wear, light and dark shades, most pop
ular this season; included in this lot is one
piece of S2 50 quality boidered Crepe, 52
indies wide This Crepe has a beautiful lav
ender design with satin stripe, and will make
a most attractive evening gown. Choice of
the lot, very special, - - 98c
Good Silks at 50 Cents
The (jreatest Collection of Silks at this
price ever offered. 20 inch foulards in navy
and other solid grounds in beautiful printed
eflects 24 inch silk poplins in maize, navy,
grey, pink, black and white, also 36 inch
corded wash silks in stripes for the popular
shirts You can buy these silks with full
confidence that they will give you good scr
ice. for in this lot you will find silks of a
much higher value than the price asked.
Worth up to 75c Sale pme, 50C
The Remaining Silks of the H.
T. During stock at an ex
tremely low price.
I'ancv silks 111 p'ai Js hei ks, stripe- an.l
foulard-, hjhtnnl dark p-ititrns cool cju il
it , many eoo 1 designs to si le t Iroi i V.il
ues tint sold up to $1 per yard n v QQq
A Great Lot of $1 00 Silks
Will be featured in this sale at exception ,
low price of - . . 60c
These silks are 24 inrle3 wide an! c re
prise many pretty patterns and -pUndil
qualities ill tafftas, messahnes and two tone
taffeta silks in eveiy i;ood combination of
colors light and dark colorings, sti.pesand
Evening Silks are being offer
ed at Great Reductions dur
ing this sale.
All the patterns are exclusive, the ( i .r
ings are most delicate, the matena's ..re of
soft drapery quality
'2.Q Channelize per yard s 1 98
44 inches wide, colors are navy 1 lue nell
rose, as well as black Included ure brr id
ed crepes in lavender, yellow and blue- these
silks positively sold at Si 50, per yd $1 98
$2.00 Channelize, per yard 1.59
40 inch pute silk clnrmeu'o for evening
wear, comes in nay blue, gay, lavender,
pink, blue, j ellow, ntll rose, also blaik and
white, regular $2 value Sale price $1 59
Butten. k Patterns 15c Summer Fashion Book. 25c, incluhng pattern free Delineator 15
The Store That Stands for duality and Reliability.
If the County farm adviser
pr p sition docs nothing more than
to provoke a full and free news
papir diseussion of farm methods
by our local farmers it will have
The News job department has
been rushed the past month with
much school printing, the new tel
ephone directory, the usual run of
commercial woik and this week
we have finished up a copy of the
abstract of title to the new Webb
Bros addition to Jasper, a piece
of work making about 30 pages.
Many a farmer could write an
interesting article on subjects of
common interest to farmers, such
as feitilizing. crop rotation, stork
breeding, the need and use of silos,
etc and these articles would be
read with interest by other farm
ers The Ne.vs would be glad to
print such articles written by its
"Shall we admit Wombat to our Bub.
llmateel Order of the Kibosh? He aV
ready belongs to seven secret sods'
ties." "I'm In favor of admitting him
If there's enough of him left to worli
cy'-r ritual on." Kansas City Journal
PflmTTCKgglMm fft JGly72H"STOW"ira
THE JASPER NEWS
ARTHUR K DRAKE, Publisher
Entered nt tho Postoflico at Jasper,
Mo , as second cla39 matter. Septem
ber 21, IS08.
SuhNript Ion Untut.
ue Voar fl.UO
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Hi ngln copies 05
Bulletin on Typhoid Fever.
A bulletin on typhoid fever has
been issued by the University of
Missouri. This bulletin describes
in simple language typhoid fever,
how it is transmitted, and how it
may be prevented. This bulletin
"ill be distributed free of charge
to all citizens of Missouri Those
desiring a copy should send their
names and addresses to the De
partment of Preventive Medicine,
University of Missouri.
Those who have requested a
copy of the medical series need
ii't apply unless they fail to re
ceive a copy of the bulletin.
The monthly reports of the fruit
prospects of Missouri at the period
of blossoming indicates the best
general crop of the past decade
The yield of apples will not aggre
gate as much as the crop of last
year, but on the other hand it is
worthy of notice that the well
cared for orchards will produce as
much this year as last. This may
be taken as a better condition in
ihe apple situation than prevailed
last year, when tho main body of
the crop came from orchards that
were not well cared (or. This dif
ference in the blossoming of the
good and bad orchards seems to be
due mainly to the effct ts of spray
ing in keeping the foliage in a
healthy condition, thus fostering
the formation of fruit for this
years crop Peaches are virtually
a full crop over the entire state.
Pears and small fiuit promise well.
Sec'y Board of gricidturc.
Mrs. Clyde Wagnisk.
Messers Scafe, Obenshcine, My
ers, and Doran, of :seck Uty,
came out and spent four days
last week camping and fishing at
the home of Clyde Wagner. Har
ry Ilille is seiving on the jury in
Joplin. Ed Richter attended Sun
day School, at Lynnland. Sunday,
and spent the day with Terry Wes
cott. Ernest Scafe of Neck City
visited his cousin, George Isaac
Wagner. Thursday and Friday
Isanc Tcter-and family of Alba
and G. F Wagner and wife visited
relatives in the Dixie neighbor
hood Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Huff
man spent last week with her
mother, Mrs F. Wescott.
Alpha Club Meets.
TheAlphi Club closed the year's
work at a meeting Tuesday aftei
noon at the home- of Mrs. D. II
Triplett Twelve members re
sponded to roll rail with farewell
sentiments Mrs Thornton gav
an inluimentnl solo, which was fol
lowed by. a brief review of the
year's work by Mrs. Waterbury
Plans were fonuul ited for a club
picnic to be held next Tuesday at
the Biown grove on Coon Creek
All who attend the picnic are in
vited to meet at 10 a. m at the
home of Mrs. J D. Harbur.
Election of oflicers for the ensu
ing year resulted as follows: Mrs
JD H Triplett, president .Mrs. L.T.
i Waterbury, vice president ; Mrs
I Gus Campbell, second vice presi
dent: Mrs L 12. Thornton, sectc
. tnry , Miss Lizio Lnwson, treasurer ,
I Mrs. T. II. Hammond, press corrc-
The treasurer's report showed
rccceipts for the year, $78 2); dis
bursements, $77 oj; balance, $1 23
. Some Encouragement.
r "That girl has rejected rno threo
times," confided the disconsolate
youth. "Well," replied Miss Cayenne,
"you should feel encouraged. A girl
who will listen to threo proposals
from tho same man must think some
thing of him."
"I hopo our ambitious friend is sat
isfied," said the philosophic observer,
"lie has prospered so that he can do
ns ho pleases." "Yes. l)ut that doesn't
content him. Whllo ha Is doing as ho
pleases he wants everybody to quit
work nnd applaud him for doing It so
nicely." Washington Star.
For the Weak and Nervous.
Tirel-out. weak, nervous men and
r women would feel amliilious, energetic,
full of lid. and alivavs have n good appo
tite, if they would do the feasible thing
for health take Elcctrio Hitters. Noth
I inu bettor for tho stomach, liver or kid
nejs. Thousands eay thoy ouo their
I lives to this wonderful homo remed)
I Mrs. O Rhinernult, of Vestal Center,
X V.,s)8. "I regard Electric Hitters
ai ona of the greatest of tills. I can
1 never forget what it has done for ia."
j Out a bottle jourselt and ses what a dif
I fcrenco it will make in jour health.
I OnlySOo nnd fl 00. Rccoramendod by
'U. l Pitts.
Epworth League Elects Officers.
The Epworth League elected the
following officers at their meeting
held last week at the home of W.
D. Mullen and wife: President,
Gus Campbell; first vice-president,
C E. Teeter: second vice-president,
Mrs. A. F. Drake; third vice-president,
Mrs. W. D. Mullen; fourth
vice-president, Mrs. C E. Teeter;
secretary, Mrs, Homer Bayne,
treasurer, Mrs. Gus Campbell; or
ganist, Miss Marie Whitesel
"Star Brand Shoes Are Better."
Ice Cream Social. 1 1
An ice cream social will be held
at John Schooler's place next Fri
day night for the benfit of the
Zion Sunday school. Mr. Schooler's
home is a splendid place for nn
entertainment of this sort and if
the weather is good a big crowd
will be protent The public is invited.
Burkett has Cabbage and Toma
to Plants. Also "Cumberland
Black Cap Raspberry" plants.
.Sweet Potato plants in season
i South, i mile East from Jasper.
A t Prices
L. T. Waterbury
Jeweler and Optometrist
EYES TESTED FREE
Big words and long sentences
do not add to the value of mer
chandise. This store is known
by the quality of the goods we
sell and the kind of service we
give our patrons.
We can supply your needs
In the Dry Goods and Grocery
lines. Our goods are sesasou
ablo and we guarantee them.
You Know Our Specialty
STAR BRAND SHOES. If you
want a heavy work shoo wo
have them. The latest styles in
Men's, Women's and Children's
Chandler & 5
v j t- - k. All 1 iir i yvr ir- -cii n v j I x I
jcli rran.cn . w
You Can Saw Your Wood Anywhere
if you have a Rumely-Olds Portable l!)iiine. You
can use it on any jobs wherever you want it, when
ever you wish. It is "Johnny on the spot" every
minute. The longer you know the Jluniely-Olds En
gine, the better you like it. Come and see one to
day or any time you can. See it run. Let us show
you how it works.
f It you can't find time to visit us, let u know and ve will call on you
or lend vou a comnlcto Uumely-Oldi Kncino catalog. .
Wt're here to serve you;
She us the chance.
C. T. Whitesel
"Established in 1899." JASPER, MO.
rioving Pictures at the Opera House