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The Jasper news. [volume] (Jasper, Missouri) 1898-1924, September 30, 1920, Image 6

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All persons in debt to
the firm of Cordz
Son will please call at the
store and settle same at
vonce and avoid placing
accounts in the hands of
an attorney for collection
Mrs Myrtle Coiner
Mrs Lula Wells and children
spent Thursday afternoon with
Mrs Glenn
Mildred Crawford spent Friday
night with Maude Miller
Arch Kunkler of Ramond Cal
visited Thursday and Thursday
night with H E Coiner
Mrs Hasbargfen and children
were Golden City visitors one day
last week
Maude Miller spent Saturday
with Mildred Crawford
H E Coiner and family and A
L Owen called at Jakd Kaderlys
Friday afternoon
Mrs Earl Garner spent Friday
with Mrs King
Mrs J C Law and Mrs H E
Coiner helped Mrs W G Law
cook for threshers Monday
Sara Arnold spent several nights
last week with MrsCecil Kaderly
Mrs Loia Worley and children
visited Sunday with Mrs Myrtle
Earl Garner and family spent
Sunday evening at Wes Malones
Pete Lucas of Nebraska is
visiting his nephew Rene Lucas
Orville Taggart and wife were
supper guests of WillLaw and wife
Monday evening
H E Stockdale and family and
Hollis Stockdale and wifeattend
ed a basket dinner at Forest Grove
A L Owen spent Sunday with
his parents in Carthage
Frank Harrington spent Wed
nesday night with Rene Lucas
Emmett Bair and family spent
last Sunday at Chas Bairs
Roscoc Lilly and family spent
Friday evening at W G Laws
Rene Lucas and uncle spent
Sundaywith home folks
The Stockdale young folks at
tended a party at the Gastil home
Friday night
Miss Elsie Kauffman visited
from Friday until Sunday with
Mrs M Demming near Carthage
Mrs Mosa Evans and children
left Thursday for Springfield aft
er a visit of several weeks with her
parents M T Grider and wife
Albert Law of Joplin spent last
week with his uncle Will Law and
Frances and Mary Cams
Thirty two relatives met at
George Lillys Monday night to
meet their cousin and his wife from
West Virginia Those present
were Prince Lilly and wife of
West Virginia Harve Lilly and
wife Mrs DanNichols and daugh
ter Cecil of Greenfield Charley
Lilly and wife and son Charles
Jewel Lilly and family Loia Wor
ley and family Ballard Lilly and
family Rosco Lilly and family
Doyle Lilly and wife and Carl
Hiner The evening was spent
in music talking over childhood
days and eating watermelon
Clyde Wagner and family spent
Saturday in Alba
Mrs Costley spent Friday even
ing at Mr Owensbys
Albert Law is visiting his sister
Mrs Rosco Lilly
Loia Worley and family spent
Sunday at Harve Coiners
Mr and Mrs Wagner of Jas
per called at Clyde Wagners
Harve Lucas and wife and sons
spent Friday evening at Geo Lil
J C Miller and son Nute and
daughter Lore and Mr and Mrs
Quillin spent Sunday at Mr
Mrs Ray Brouse called at Mr
Yates Sunday afternoon
Mrs Brouse and L E Brouse
spent Sunday at Mr Browns
George Cams and wife spent
Monday at Frank Cams
Mrs Lilly visited Friday with
her sister Mrs White of Jasper
Mrs Hugh Kincaid spent Fri
day evening at Clyde Wagners
Miss Frona Talley spent Thurs
day with her sister Mrs Terry
Eva Cline spent Sunday at
Bert Quillins
Claud Budd and family and
Mrs Budd spent Sunday at
Elmer Pughs
Henry White of Kansas is visit
ing in this neighborhood
Public Sale
The undersigned will sell at his residence on West Grand Avenue
the following property Beginning at 2 oclock p m
12 Chairs 1 Sideboard
1 12 foot Dining Table
1 China Cabinet
2 Stoves 16 foot -Table
1 Refrigerator
1 Hall Tree
7 Rockers
1 Sewing Machine
2 Book Cases
Folding Bed
1 Table
1 Chair 3 Beds
1 Golden Oak Bed Room Suit
1 White Bed Room Suit
1 Table
1 Birds Eye Wash Stand
8 pictures 4 Heating Stoves
1 Washing Machine
1 Wash Boiler
1 Wringer 5 Tubs
1 Piano Library Table
Some Store Fixtures and other articles too numerous to mention
C F REX Auctioneer E LCRAWFORD Clerk
L A Cordz
- - TON
Mrs Geo Fowler
LD Needham and family spent
Sunday with Ray Noyes and
family near Liberal
Geo Fowler came home froirf
the hayfield Sunday
Mr Jungmans father who has
been visiting him the past week
left for liis home in Kansas Sat
Mr and Mrs Spann from Col
orado are visiting at the home of
their son W E Spann
Scott Carr took a load of mel
ons to Carthage Monday
RW Fowler and wifewho have
been staying at the Geo Fowler
home the past week returned to
their home in Lamar Monday
Roy Slate who has been help
ing Geo Fowler bale hay left for
his home at Milo Monday
Alex Steejman is hauling canp
to the sorghum mill
Geo Fowler and family were
Lamar visitors Monday
S R Denniston v
Mrs Hamm and children visit
ed at Chas Eltings Monday
Chas Nett and family and Mrs
Ralph Cline made a trip to Webb
City Thursday
Mrs Stella Magers and Mrs
Covert vistled Mrs J A Boyd
J D Chapman and wife visit
ed at Ralph Clines Wednesday
Chas Elting and S R Dennis
ton made a trip to Carthage Sat
Fred Scott and family spent
Sunday at Chas Netts
Quite a number of the young
folks spent Sunday afternoon at
Rob Popes
Mrs Ed Davis and sons Lester
and Chester spent Sunday at
Ralph Clines
Jewel Lilly and wife spent Sun
day at Bart Ingles
Will Montgomery and family
spent Sunday at Chas Eltings
The Red Blood of Buiintti
Newspaper advertising is the
red blood of business It is the
power that puts the merchants
goods into the homes of the people
It is a necessity in modem business
methods It revives a sluggish
business and puts new life into the
atmosphere It goes into the
homes of the people you want to
reach your home people people
who know you and who know
when they read your advertise
ments in their home paper that
you are talking facts and that
you are on tqe premises to back
up and make good every state
ment They know you mean
what you say and you also know
that they are governed in their
purchases by the statements you
The World goes into the homes
of practically every family in your
city and you know that most
every adult member of the family is
eager to read the local newspaper
In your home paper you can say
whatever you wish as much as
you desire and whenever you
want to tell the pepple of your
community thatryou have some
thing fresh from the market that
will fill their wants or satisfy their
Your homepaper is your partner
in business It works for you
when you are1 sleeping and keeps
you busy when you are aHvake
It is the medium thru which you
can Jiave a heart-to-heart talk
with the psojile of your commun
ity and keep them informed regard
ing the commercial progress of the
world so far as it interests you
and them
You may mink that long resi
dence in the community and your
reputation for tho square deal are
urkett pfl Andrews yo
Diy Goods
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women s Weav
Pull ofi rare Style and all re true
- to the Burkett Standard of Quality
Style and Service Ask tb see the new
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sufficient but the fact that you
are an old resident and are well
known is all in your favor as an
advertiser for the people who
know you and admire your ster
ling qualities will believe every
word you say in your advertise
ments and when you announce
the arrival of new goods or that
you have such and such things to
sell it puts them in mind of the
fact that they need or soon will
need the very articles which you
are offering and they will go to
you because you have advertised
the things they need and want
The better and more favorably
a business man is known in his
community the greater the value
of advertising to him for Jiis an
nouncements are backed by his
good reputation
The columns of The World are
yours for tho price Let no
Pafge Dresses
Portfolio Coats
You will notice the downward trend
of prices
Your Choice of Two Lots of Hats 25c and 75c
Values up to 650
Childrens Gingham Dresses 20 Discount
BLANKETS All wool woolnap or cotton
350 and up
On good Farms attReasonable Rates
Write or Call
W V Buxton Co
Financial Agents
507 Frisco Bldg Phone 678 Joplin Mo
If you have a Farm for Sale
List it with Us at Once
We have employed a First Class Mechanic
to take care of that part of the car work
Dont forget our Electrical Work and the
Philadelphia D G Battery
414 Grant St Carthage Mo Home Phone 437
and Altering
Send in your work by
parcels post or jitney
North side square
Carthage - - Missouri
of town advertiser draw from you
the business that is yours fo the
asking and which will be yours if
you keep the community posted on
what you have to sell World
Ottawa Kans
Flouring on a Crowd
In designing structures which are
liable to bo subjected to stress from
crowds engineers commonly figure on
a dead load of about one hundred
pounds to the squaro foot
Tallest Spire
The record Is held by the spire of
Norwich cathedral England which la
814 feet ldgh Tho original spire was
destroyed by lightning In 1403 the
present spiro being nbout 450 yean
Diamonds Used In Shipbuilding
It It hardly to bo Imagined that dla
monds have anything to do with the
building of battleships Yet this Is so
for diamond dust Is used for cutting
aud turning tho tremendously hard
sled which Is used In the manufac
ture of modern armaments

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