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The Jasper news. [volume] (Jasper, Missouri) 1898-1924, October 07, 1920, Image 5

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40 inch All Wool FrenchVSergc black
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ular 350 value Per yard 51 yj
Six pieces All Wool Epingle for dross or
skirt wear garnet mode blhck grey
and copert Regular 350 tsn nr
value Per yard JS
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FIRST -OCTOBER SAL
Here are Greater Hosiery Values
2000 pairs of Silk Hosiery including Fine
Silk Hose from Phoenix and Onyx makers
Formerly sold at 200 and 225 in black
white and cordovan Reduced to
pair 169
50c grade of Wayne Knit Womens Black
Cotton Hose pair 35c
Sparks and Bathrobes
Jn lighting a match when wearing n
bathrobo be more than ordinarily
of an explosion
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Offering thousands of dollars worth of New High Grade and Wanted
Merchandise at important price reductions in order to
INCREASE OUR BUSINESS 50 PER CENT
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For the months of October November and Iecember over the same
period of last year
In this way this store can contribute materially to theeduction of price on wanted com
modities needed by the people of this district BIGGER SAjJES AND LESS PROFIT the only
solution of meeting the greatly increased cost of conducting this stores business without impair
ing our service to you
In every caso where the wholesale prices are reduced it will be at once reflected in the pricing
of our merchandise enabling you each day to secure any articleTat the lowest reasonable cost
A Bargain Feast pi Silks
Thousands of yiuds of ilks t priws tjiat are below the present tnrukoL All are dtvii aide Wo have t0 mauy
these prices are for quick disposal
Genuine Skinners Satin in black and 36 inch Black Satin de Luxe Peau do
ors pure silk quality formerly priced at Soie and Dnchcss Satin formerly priced
500 a yard Reduced to
1800 yards of 49 inch in
heavy crepe weave every color and black
and white Also 36 inch Pink Wash Satin
and 36 inch Jersey Silk in black navy
brown white and pink Hero are silks
worth 300 and 400 a yard regular
Reduced to - - - 250
inches wide all new stripes and
colorings Reduced toyard
375 to400 per yard Reduced to 2GI
195
Order by mail Shop by phone
4o inch Pure Silk in
Cvpry shade black navy white copen
coral and rose Regular 300 quality
Reduced to 189
Stehlis 36 inch Pure Dye Colored Taffe
ta Silk in all colors 400 and -450 reg
ular qualities Reduced to 325
600 yards of 36 inc Pure Silk black Stehlis 350 value 36 inch Pure Dye
lines and Taffetas formerly priced at fauctas in every color
500 Reduced to - - tl 95 Reduced to
36 inch Imported English Madras Shirt-
ings regular i8c values oCr
Reduced tp yard OOC
250 value Silk Stripe Shirtings 32
250
75c value Blue Bird Lingerie Cloth 36
inches wide
Reduced to
49c
150 value Silk and CottonlingereCrepe
pink and other wanted colors q j
Reduced to yarfi A C
Genuine A B CSilk all colors 36 indies
wide and worth regular 175
yard Reduced to
150
1000 pairs of Onyx Gordon and Kayser
Pure Silk Hose formerly priced up to 300
pair Reduced to 195
Our 350 quality Gordon Onyx and
Wayne Knit Silk Hose black white cor
dovan and grey Reduced to 295
Spfnes of Porcupine
Tho spines of ii porcupine In the
usual posltioiir lie nearly Hat with
their points directed backward -but
when flie animal Is eicltod they are
capable of being raised The quills
arc loosely inserted In the sliln nnd
may on being Wolcntly bhaken be
come detached n circumstance which
probably givc rise to the purely fabu
lous statement that tho animal pos
sesses tlc power of actually ejecting
Its quills like arrows or darts at au
cupmy
What Nextl
A New York man suggests tho Idea
of training apes as bootblacks That
ra8llt co In New York but Boston
careful as r spark will set the surface
would never stand for such monkey
of tho who blazing will the rapidity
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FOSDICK HANNOm MATTHEWS
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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
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li Inch Susquehanna Silk Popin in black
and navy fonnerly a 250 value Re
Huctd to 189
All 750 value 40 inch Tricolette very
fashionable Reduced to yard 500
32 inch Extra Heavy Crepc de -Chine Silk
Skirtings beautiful worth regular 450
yard Reduced to yard 295
36 inch Silk Broadcloth new skirting
stripes a regular 350 grade Re
duced to 195
40 inch Chcnys Satin Panne Willow
Taffetas and Crepe Taffeta- Regular
600 quality Reduced to 395
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Burtons Economy
value
Reduced toward
Silk regular 150
125
32 inch Bates Plaid Ginghams fresh new
designs and colorings 65c EiQ
ular value Reduced to DzC
Order by mail Shop by phone
Blanket Reductions
66x80 Plaid Wool Blankets the best
blanket in Carthage at this price Re
duced to pair 1000
Large Plaid Cotton Blankets extra warm
regular 550 value
Reduced to pair 450
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Asbestos
The earliest use of asbestos was
for spinning and weaving to make In
combustible thread and yarn ropa and
cloth and this has continued to be tho
most Important use of asbestos ever
since tho days of tho Greeks and Ito-
mans Only the best grades con bo
used for this purpose according to
tho United States goologlenl survey
department of- tho Interior Thread
can now bo spun so fine that It ft 111
rup about 32000 feet to tho pound
Modern Revision
Some men are born economical oth
ers acquire ocono nlcnl habits but tho
majority of us bavo economy forced
down our throits Philadelphia In
quirer
Approaching tha Millennium
Jud Tunklns aiys there cant be any
universal prosperity until n man Is
willing to work ns bant for n square
meal as he Is for a circus ticket
Economy and Empire
As much wisdom may be expended
on a private economy as on an oniplre
and as much wisdom may be drawn
from It Emerson
Brazil Wants Immigrants
Brazil Is encouraging Immigration In
the hope of opening up uninhabited
territory and of supplying more labor
for growing ludubtilcs
The Great Western Oak
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is built with air tight
joints ball bearing grate
mica door gas burning
ring is a great floor
warmer Holds fire 4
hours It is in its own
class Sold by-
Bay nes Hardware
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NEWS
Womans Be3t Quality Ontlng Gowns
regular 300 value at this store and
a good one
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Price reduced to t4tU
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New Style Lestelle Corsets made of
durable Coutil front lace models sizes
21 to 30 Regular 400
en
up Reduced to 0tU
EVENT
BLUE AND BETHEL
Frances and Mary Cams
Bert Quillin and wifeCarrie and
Plelen Keltner Jessie Lucas
nieLilly and LeeMcKrustey spent
Sunday with Eva Cline
Mrs Bert Quillin visited one
afternoon with Mrs Quillin last
week
George Morgan and Will Crock
ett and families spent Sunday at
Frank Cams
Mr and Mrs Primer spent-
Sunday at Lesby Garretts Mrs
Quillin called there in the after
noon
Mrs Nora Cones called at Mr
Quillins Thursday
Mrs Wagner spent Wednesday
afternoon at Mr Yates
MarshallSmith and family spent
Sunday at his fathers
Mrs Alice Keltner is still in
Kansas
ClarenceHiner and Johh Baston
and families Arthur Pugh and
Charley Henbest spent Sunday at
Frank Bastons
Pink Workman and family spent
Sunday at Harve Lucas
Frank Bastons have company
from Oregon
Mrs Butler and son Ray spent
Sunday afternoon atGeorgeLillys
Mrs Clyde Wagner spent Wed-
nesday afternoon at Charley
Hanes
Charley Hane and family spent
Sunday afternoon at Jess Killys
Mrs Lee Mitchell visited Mon
day afternoon at Mr Brouses
Hurley Brown and family spent
Sunday at Ray Brouses
Mrs Glen Buzzard visited
Wednesday withMrsLeeMitchell
Mrs John Lucas spent Monday
afternoon at Lee Mitchells
Sylva Whicker visited Thurs
day night at Henry Pughs
Mrs Cotton and Mrs Edwin
spent Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs Yates
Thursday afternoon Mrs Yates
visited Mrs Will Wood
Mrs Lee Mitchell visited Sun
day afternoon with Mrs Cotton
Ernest Yates of Pittsburg spent
Saturday night at his fathers
Mr and Mrs Yates and son
Ernest and Will Wood and family
spent Sunday at Ray Bowmans
Mrs Marshall Smith visited
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs
Mevius
Mrs Charley Faris called on
Mrs Merrell Friday
Arthur Mevius and wife spent
Sunday with Ernest Mevius and
wife
Miss Frona Talley spent Friday
night and Saturday with her sister
Mrs Terry Wescott
Gasoline as an Insecticide
It is stated upon the authority of no
less learned a body than the bureau of
biological survey that all Insects ob
tain their oxygen supplies through
small holes In their bodies When such
an oily substance as gasoline comes
Into contnet with tho pests the sources
of their oxygen supply aro closed and
lacking breath they naturally die In a
short time
Juvenile Wisdom
Tho essays of school children fre
quently Impart very curious Informa
tion One boy wrote Sugar is made
from linen rags Another To keep
milk from turning sour you should
leave It in the cow A third young
ster To make butter wo must beat
up some eggs in some milk and set It
in the sun When the eggs coma to
the top scum It bit
Mnny Changes for Grasshopper Falls
Valley Falls was originally named
Grasshopper Falls Tho legislature ot
1803 changed It to Sawtelle Folia It
was changed back to Grasshopper Falls
the next year because Sol Miller
dubbed it Sowtuil Falls And It
was Grasshopper Falls until 1S78
when the namo was changed to Vaey
Falls and everybody lived happily
ever after Corning Kan Garotte
Our First Assurance Society
The first assurance society la the
United States In 1750 was designed
for the relief of the widows and or
phans of deceased clergymen
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