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The Jasper news. [volume] (Jasper, Missouri) 1898-1924, September 30, 1920, Image 1

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colors big- assortment in both
ugnts ana aarits saie price ish
Whitney Standard
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eMet all fast colors and a large
uislectioB both in dark and light
sqlors sale price 85c
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75c A C A Feather
Blue herring bono stripe white
ground feather proof sale
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M E Church South Note
Services Sunday October 8 at
M E Church South 11 a m
and 730 p m also SundaySchobl
at 10 00 a m Your presence at
all services will be much appreci
ated D E Dowless pastor
Produce Co
Highest Market Price
and Cream
40c HofsBleached
Fast color materials large pro
portions strongly sewed sale
price 155
325 Mens
A 220 vt denim genuine indi
go dyed full cut and heavy
weight sale price 250
100 Pepperel Bleached
10 4 Sheeting
Call lis ffbif prices on Cream Poultry and Eggs
Whos Your Friend
Money in the Bank has given many a dark
cloud a silver lining When trouble comes
the best friend in the world is the money
you have saved
And saving makes all your bright days
brighter You are not continually worry
ing over the uncertainties of lire You
meet things as they come knowing that if
cloudy days do appear your savings will
shelter you
Start to save now and kee it up YouMl
be surprised how your savings will grow
Jasper Missouri
Mr Laura Smith Injured
Mrs Laura Smith who resides
with her daughter Mrs Cunning
on South Main suffered a very
serious fracture of one leg Sunday
night Mrs Smith had gotten up
during the night and fell while
moving about the room The
fracture is just below the hip sock
et and on account of Mrs Smiths
advanced age is a very serious in
jury Mrs Smith is past 80 jears
of age
HI Lizzie Kicked Him
Dr Hendricks was called to set
a fracture of the arm for T L
Bennett Sunday night Mr Ben
nett had been to preaching servi
ces at Blue schoolhouse at the
close of which he tried to crank
his Ford without advancing the
spark far enough with the forego
ing result
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The Jasper Fair Wm Committee
Promtee a Fje Exhibit
Gus CampbeMtf Charley Stith
ahd Walter Dodd fire working
Up a good hog sljow for the fair
in October Mr- Cjimpbell says
bog mm are interested and Fair
visitors will seeiftie exhibit of
swine -
Mr Camnbellahdhis assistants
are getting up ajirc bred hog
sale for the af terneen of the last
day of the FakHogs of any
breed will be recpiVeqfor the sale
but hey must beffegistered or
eligible to registry A small fee
per bead will bschsred to defray
advertising and otMtr expenses
Entries for this ele should be
reported to Mfhmpbell by
next Monday they may
be listed in the aleoVtalog
This should be a interesting
and profitable feature of fair week
Dont forget the dfctes October
Typhoid Casta all About Well
Typhoid in tho community
seemsr to be well in hand and all
cases convalescent
John Schooler is still very weak
but is gaining Hartold Schooler
and his wifehavabfutrecovered
Charley Andrewshildren are
all about well
Tom Wardlaws family who
kave had such a long siege of
fever are now all inland around
The little daughter of Charley
Pugh and wife 10 miles west has
been sick about tup weeks but
Frank Isenmanrr has now about
recovered but he had a serious
time During the early part of
his illness he got up during the
night unconscious from fever
and fell out the doorway and
broke a bone in his shoulder
which complicated his case con
Piano Recital
The piano students of Mrs Al
len Peterson will give a jecital at
the M E Church on Friday night
October 1st at 8 oclock Mrs
Peterson will be assisted in her
program by Mrs McUune and
Misses Ruth and Lena Wiseman
who will give readings No ad
mission fee will be charged The
public are heartily invited The
following numbers will be given
The Old Mill Stream Moulton Ite
faa Stans berry
Little Tlddlewinks Barron Glen
na Gresham
Elves at Play Mueller tillian
Reading Minnie Miners Mistake
Ruth Wiseman
About the Ships at Sea Rogers
Grace Patterson
Dance of the Clowns Eilenbere
Elmo Maize
The Hunters Song Lynes Eula
Reading Selected Mrs McCunc
The Waterwheel Williams Evelyn
Witchery Moore Berenice South
Little Dot Froelich Marguerite
Reading Betty and the Bear Lena
Idillo Lack Erm Cochran
Hunting Song Mendelssohn Ruth
March HollaenderNadeaneStith
Duet Polonaise Brlltante Sprose
RuthMyers and Nadeane StHh
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Our October Clearance Sale
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Begins Friday morning October 1
Cloies Saturday night October 9
All departments show real
iIPER MO THUlbAkiPTliMKlt J10 1020
i cuuvuuiia cuxitc catty a
15 per cent off on all Shoes and Oxfords
35c Utility
Regular width tcinehams fast
Department Heads and CommtlUs
Pushing Work
The copy for the fair catalog
was placed in the printers hands
Saturday and that work ill being
pushed It is expected that the
catalogs will be finished and dis
tribution begun next week
The music committee has again
employed Mr Walters a band
man from Lamar to furnish the
music Mr Walters gave good
satisfaction last year with his band
and the people will be glad to have
him come back
The amusement committee is in
communication with Crawfords
Comedians and that company of
players and their band will no
doubt be here Everybody likes
The money is all subscribed and
much paid in preliminary arrange
ments made and the only things
needful now to have a good fair
are good weather and Whole
hearted cooperation by farmers
and stockmen Thp premium
money runs up around 1200 this
year an increase of several hun
dred dollars
Alf Butrge Returns from Western Trip
Alf Buerge returned Monday
afternoon from California where
the went a few weeks ago with H
A Vincent and Harve Buerge and
families The party wen t through
without mishap except for a little
tire trouble They went west
through Wichita Pueblo Denver
and Salt Lake City-
HMrjiuesrgeSays they traveled
over some of the main highways
of the west including some moun
tain roads that require careful
driving and good judgment He
says its wonderful to see the con
tinued stream of automobile tour
ists going each way day and night
over all the roads
Many Hogs Being Vacinnated
Many farmers over the county
are having their hogs vacinnated
against cholera just now Dr
Houseigave the treatment to 196
animals of Phil Hannum and J A
Largent in one day the past week
Renewals and New Subscribers
J E Hull
J E Yates
Mr M Hamm
Frank Keltner
J H Deardorff
F C Wilkins
C F Isenmann
Fred Johnston
C R Patterson
Mrs A B Saltsman
J F Gulick
The new subscribers are
J Frank Smith Kansas City
THMiller Jasper
The News Is 150 a year and worth it
Twenty third Year No 6
Some One has Said
Show me a man who
takes pride in the appearance
of his home keeps it in good
repair well painted and a
nice lawn and I will show
you a good citizen A
drive through the streets of
Jasper would have convinced
this party that all of Jas
pers residents are good citi
Improvements in
Jasper this Week
H E Ballard Chas Wood
row and E L Brown have
shingled their homes
Willis Carnes is having his
house painted
Mrs Wm Busby has
painted her home and made
other improvements
J W Buzzard had car
penters doing repair work
Mrs Dora Hastings is
building an addition to her
The M E Church and
parsonage are being treated
to a coat of paint
Paint With De
voe Paint
Taking Anti Rabies Treatment
Homer Wampler was bitten on
the hand about two weeks ago by
a dog thatfas afterwards believed
to be mad and in order to be on
the safe side Homer is taking the
anti rabies treatment
Goodyear and
Michelin Tires
The best quality in all Acces
sories High class mechanics
and fair prices
White Bros
The old Carter Garage
South Main Street
Cleveland and JICase Tractors
Anticipate your needs and buy school
books as soon as possible as all classes of
books and tablets are very scarce The late
comers will get left so it behooves you to
get busy or go without books We have a
full line of tablets and school supplies for
both town and country schools Books
are PositiveljrCASH
Again we urge you to Buy Early
H F Pitts
TAe ffioXCtL Store

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