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The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, April 06, 1922, Image 1

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iJfeMtirday mfctota April 1
Closes mctoesday night April 12
Bsckiifabi ttt Days of Normal Prices at
rOLDDrjBOBBKTS STORE Take advantage of this
HKdaifAtffa Price Cuttine Salfe and buy what you
4xpxvaQ buy later Henry itora has notmngoni
yti wbewjiooiiiM tq slashing prices The following
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L JQ nrmt Discount n Eittir Lin of
Shoes and Oxfeftte
50 per cent Discount dn
Ladies and Childrens Cloak
33 1 3 per cent Discount ontkiv
Rust Proof Carstsi
CARTHAGE PRESS CELEBRATES
Lasi week the Carthage Press
celebrated its fiftieth anniversary
with a 40 pageeditipn that was a
credit to Mr Sewall and the Press
force as well as Carthage The
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33 1 3 per cent Discount on Ladies Waists
20 per cent off on Table Linens
33 1 3 per cent olt on Spring Sweaters
Corresponding Rtnluctibns irxAU
Departments of Otfr Big Stare
Remember
We are giving away absolutely free a beautiful 9x12
Rug to the one getting the most votes during Ihissalc
The votes will be counted and the rug awarded at 4 pm
Wednesday April 12 Sse this rug at our store
Eagle Discount
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BIRTHS
The follqwing births were re
ported to this office by Dr Knott
To Herbert Campbell and wife
8 miles west of Jasper a daughter
Thursday March 30 The little
girl is named Alberta Louise
To Doyle C Lilly and wife 6
miles northwest of Jaspera daugh
ter Monday April 3 This baby
weighed buC 3 pounds and was
named Beulah Millicent
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i Statement of the Condition of
The First National Bank
of Jasper Missouri at the close pf business
March 10 1922
RESOURCES
Leans 11801660
Overdrafts 14404
Banking house 300000
Fox and fix 200000
Otherrealestate 576045
Bends 4800000
War sav stamps 45800
Fed res stock 105000
Redemption fund 125000
Cash t - 2802785
LIABILITIES
Capital 2500000
Surplus 1000000
Und profits 41097
Circulation 2500000
Deposits1 13336288
Dife fedresbank 1393309
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The above statement is correct
W H Waters jr Cashier
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bleforits wealth of historical in
formation concerning this section
of the country and of which too
little is known by the later genera
tions
Our congratulations to- the pub
Piess was established in 1872 by lishersof this excellent paper May
J A Bodenhamer who later sold
it to A W St John WJ Sew
all became sole owner in 1896 The
daily wasstarted in 1884 From
a Washington hand press and the
crudest and most meager equip
ment this paper has grown until
It is equipped largely with the
very best of printing equipment
We dont hesitate to say and
no doubt the people of Carthage
realize that The Press is one of the
most valuable assets of that pros
perous and progressive city This
edition of The Press is very
she live to celebrate her centennial
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ANOTHER
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Jasper sites d
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was almost balmy
too wt on
rains lor farmMti
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sales it EeWU
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ed to the maia
the toles dajh
general store
town
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extent how bie
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ityseveral hoursfi
erts store had 10
ed more Mr
sold more goods t
worth than ever
ALES DAY
Stayed Late
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contributed
y about the
wd since the
established
y and the an
te ground was
of previous
ork at home
Crows and
business career her Homer Pitts
had one of his bigg days The
Farmers Exchange bought 159
cases of eggs and 4Jeans of cream
and sojd a large aaWunc of flout
and feed MeaagertVoyce says it
was mucBrthe biggeat day they
have had All qve town it was
uie same scory gooq Dusiness
The auction salq at the pavilion
was lively and the jRavuion was
crowded The sale totaled 1750
There were 12 headiif cattle 73
head of hogs 7 horiii and mules
sheep poultry wagons harness
machinery furniture etc Prices
were good indeed howsqldso wctl
stock liogs badly did notbuy be
cause they regarded the prices
too high
The Jasper sales day is a suc
cess ft is a public convenience
for own and country alike and its
reputatioa is gaining over a wide
territory Live stock dealers from
all over the county are regular
visitors to Jasper on the first Sat
urday of the month
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MARRIED AT THE PARSONAGE
Lemuel Thomas and Miss Ruth
Wiseman were married at the M
E Church parsonage Saturday
evening at 630 by Rev E H
Sapp
The bride is the charming
daughter of Leech Wiseman and
wife She graduated from the
jasper ilign scnool last spring
and has been teaching the Sum
mit School in Sheridan Township
since that time and has become
very popular with pupils and
patrons alike Mr Thomas is a
son of A L Thomas and wife of
Jasper and has always been held
in the highest regard in the com
munity He grew to manhood
nere and during the world war
served from September 1917 to
May 1919 with the U S forces
He participated in the Meuse
Argonne battle and was slightly
gassed in that engagement He
has taken his bride to his farm
to reside Mrs Thomas still has
three weeks to teach at Summit
They have the best wishes of
community for a happy life to
gether j
C W Johnston and family
who have Deen conducting a res
taurant here several years packed
up their effects and shipped them
to Crane Saturday where they
will continue the restaurant busi
ness Crane is a railroad Junction
lwith several divisions centering
there
LOCAL ELECTION UNINTERESTING
A very light vote featured Tues
day s election here Seven ty vo tes
were cast in the school election
The ward vote for council and city
marshal showed 15 voting in the
west ward and 47 in the east All
the regularcandidatea were elect
ed sktimvfs W H Hager mar
shall C W Bedell and C E
Brown for council and Dr Cnott
and C L Hayzlett for school
the Toggery rccllra
Nine
fig cards add
it of the day
ion and the
all over
show to some
crowd was
clerks busy
t of human -
and need-
brts says ho
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re m his long
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SPER MOTBJJRSDAY APRIL 6 1922
months school provision
carried unanimously One vote
was recorded against the 60 cent
levy for school purposes Five
votes were cast against the 15
cen t tax tor school repair fund In-
the west ward Mark Good got one
vote for council Frank Crow got
seven votes for council in the east
ward Three east ward votes
were cast for Oscar Follmer for
marshal and one for Ed Preston
ELI SCOTT MAKES PERFECT GRAPE
in R MS EXAMINATION
E W Scott who has been in
the Railway Mail Service the past
22 years made the highest grade
in a recent examination that it is
possible to make The examina
tion which is semi annual covers
pur subjects upon which he made
100 or perfect in each and in ad
ditionwas given 130 credit marks
which are the most that can be
given One of the subjects is to
place or throw as they term it
101G cards irito small pigeon
holes in a case resembling postoffice
boxes in the shortest space of
time Each card has asMissoufi
ppsJtpfliceprintcd orXitand niifetgdi
into the pigeon hole representing
its proper railroad connection Mr
Scott placed the 1016 cards each
in its proper place in 23 minutes
at the exceptional rate of 44 per
minute Sixteen per minute makes
a passing grade Eli is very proper
ly elated over his high rating
STUCK IN THE MUD EIGHT HOURS
Virgil Carter and Frank Isen
mann left at 430 Sunday morning
with their two big Masters trucks
loaded with C W Johnstons res
taurant equipment and furniture
bound for Crane They got along
fine until they reached a point
two miles this side of Crane when
they struck a stretch of 100 yards
of soft road that it took them 8
hours to get through They had
to carry rock by hand and literally
build their road through They
arrived in Crane about 4 a m
Monday morning and got back to
Carthage about 9 The distance
is a little over 60 miles one way
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Twenty fourth Year No 33
Three Buildings in every
Four are crymgaloBd for
PAINT PAINT PAINT
Look around you See
the bare the worn the
chipped and scarred sur
faces
Every foot of scarred
and unprotected surface
means a loss to its owner
Paint neglect cost the peo
ple of the United States
millionB of dollars last
year Many buildings in
this country need paint
ing NOW
Remember Paint is
an economy and the bet
ter the paint the greater
the economy
Take Devoe Lead and
Zinc Paint for example
No purer paint can be
made and yet judged by
final results no cheaper
paint can be bought
UH
BOWMAN
LUMBER CO
Lumber Building Ma
n tetials - Plus Real
T Service at all
Seasons
m
Abraham Lincoln said 1 like to see
a man proud of the place he lives in
So do your neighbors
Economy as well as pride say Clean
Up and Paint Up and keep it up
We say come to us for everything
you need in this worthy work
Everything in Paints
H F Pitts
TJte IftMoJlJL Store
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v-
D D Beck and family who re
cently sold their farm here moved
to Marionville this week The
community regrets to lose this es
timable family
Goodyear and
Michelin Tires
The bett quality in all Acces
sories High class mechanics
and fair prices
White Bros
Hayzlett
The old Carter Garage
South Main Street
Cleveland and JICase Tractors

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