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The Jasper news. [volume] (Jasper, Missouri) 1898-1924, October 07, 1920, Image 7

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THE JASPER NEWS
AUTHOR F DRAKE PafeHafeef
JA8lEft - MISSOURI
Entered at the IofltorBce at Jasper
Mo u second claw matter Septem
W 21 1S8
One 1160
Six months 1 75
Four months 50
Single copies 05
Statement of Ownership
Statement of ownership etc
oP The Jasper News published
yreekly at Jasper for October1920
required by Act of Congress of
August 24 1912 State of Mis
souri county of Jasper
Before me a notary public in
and for the State and count v
aforesaid personally appeared Ar
thur F Drake who having been
duly sworn according to law de
poses andsays that he fa the owner
of the Jasper News and that the
following is to the best of his
knowledge and belief a true state
ment of the ownership manage
ment etc of the aforesaid publi
cation for the date shown in the
above caption required by the
Act of August 24 1912 embodied
in section 443 Postal Laws and
Regulations printed on the re
verse of this form to wit
1 That the name and address
of the publisher editor managing
editor and business manager is
Arthur F DrakeJasper Mo
2 That the owner is Arthur F
Drake Jasper Mo
3 That the known bondholders
mortgagees and other security
holders owning or holding 1 per
cent or more of total amount of
Y5
A 350 VALUE
WW9fv
bonds morteaires or other secur
ities are noflev
Artnur Jr uraKe uwner
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 5th day of October 1920
Seal W H Waters jr
My commission expires Septem
ber 22 1924
A French Invention
A Frenchman lias Invented methods
of enlarging records to obtain In
creased or diminished sound Intens
ity
Thslr Diversion
Jad Tonkins 8a j 3 that some men
who would scorn to bet on n horse
race play polities strictly as a game
of chance
Psrtumed Wins
Greek and Roman vines were per
fumed generally by steeping the
leaves of violets or roses In the liquor
unUl It had acquired the odor of the
lowers
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idlpeotlrelr free from the Itching -
cruit
dandruff the csuse of most
balr trouble I owe my tuzuriint bur
the envy of my friends to this
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BIG BUCK
Work Shirts
PULL SIZE AND CUT
1 45
A 175 VALUE
Miltons
MENS SHOP
Center West Side
CARTHAQE MO
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WILDROOTI
1 THE GUARANTEED HAIR TOMIC
Fer ei4 hen under a
H F PITTS
TWO OF THE GOOD VALUES flTHAT
CASH WILL BUY Itf iWs sfoW
Its chuck full1 of others
KEY
BRAND
Overalls
THAT GOOD COLOR HEAVY BLUE OF
WHALEBONE DENIM
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THK JASPER NEWS
Settee Nile
ThsEpvvbrth League of the Mi
E Church entertained the High
School students and faculty Tues
day evening About 50 of the
students were presort t besides the
members of the League
The entertainment committee
puton a good program after which
sandwiches and cocoa were served
As it was a week night all went
home early feeling that they had
been royally entertained
At the student assembly Thurs
day morning the Juniors put on
the following program
Violin solo Harldy Hammond
Reading Blancheciine
Piano Duet Helen Hastings and
Lucille Scott -
Dialogue Lena Wiseman and
Sam Wine
The program was well given and
the student body enjoyed it very
much The Sophojnores have
charge of the assembly next
Thursday
Delia Williams enrolled in the
High School as a sophomore this
week
The Jasper Schools made a rec
ora last montn ot wnicn it can
justly be proud Out of an en
rollment of 209 in the school there
was an average attendance every
day of206 This record has never
been equalled in the history of
the school
Things are progressing nicely
for the school exhibit at the Fair
It looks as if the school would
have even a better exhibit than it
had last year
Miss Gathers room is makings
transportation map It shows the
different methods of travel used
in the differentparts of the world
Lena Sidfreir of tRTFreshmen
class is ill with typhoid fever
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Dvy Goods
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Australian Letter Wrltere
Australians are by far the most pro
line letter writers In tho world They
mcrngo 150 letters per head each
year as against an averngo of 80 foi
tho people of tho United States and
Canada
And Still Doing K
A man In Abingdon was fined by a
magistrate for sleeping and snoring In
church Nothing was doqe to the cler
gyman for putting him lo sleep
HIthniond Dispatch Mnj 17 1870
West Australias Vast Size
YstHstrallai41iyargeattpte ln
the continent has an area of over 075
000 square mile
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wear
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SUITSCOATS DRESSES
AT
REASONABLE PRICES
SUITS of tridotine valour serge oxford weaves
etc in navy brown grey and shades of
Priced 3250 to 4950
COATS of Zibilene Army cloth Wool mixtures
Camels hair cloth etc
Priced 1750 and up
DRESSES of Tricotine serge satin georgette
Crepe de chine Taffeta etc
Priced 1975 to 5250
In The Basement Store
Where every Dollar does Double Duty
We have rearranged the Basement Store in order
fo have a larger selling space and added a
downstairs Ready-to-Wear where our cus
tomers will find
Unusual Bargains
Suits Priced 1889 and up
Coats Priced 1289 and up
Dresses Priced 1150 and up
I
New Pen Wiper
An Englishman has Indented a pen
wiper consisting of a glas cup filled
with a sponge saturated with glycerin
which has a prcscnatlvo effect on
pens
Asbestos Feathery as Eiderdown
Asbestos Is feathery as eiderdown
and can bo spun or woven An ounce
has been spun Into a string more than
a hundred yards long
Worlds Largest Springs
Probably tho rountaino de Vanches
In southern Franco Is tho largest
spring In the world nnd Malad Springs
near the Snake river can J on Idaho
tho largest in tho United Stntes
ROCKPORT
Department Store
Selling the Cordz Son Stock of
Merchandise in a
BIG REDUCTION SALE
This means a money saving opportunity
that will not happen again soon
On many of the goods you can save
fully one half in buying now
A big line of the newest Ladies Misses and
Childrens Cloak s at
HALF PRICE
A nipe line o Mens and Young Mens newest
and best 50 to 60 Suits at
2500
The big buying crowds that have attended this Sale already is
proof of the exceptional values ort sale If you want to save money
in buying Dry Goods Underwear Hosiery Mens and Boys Pants
Overalls Shirts Hats and Caps Gloves Groceries Mens Ladies and
Childrens Shoes Cloaks and Mens Suits you cannot afford to
miss this sale
Rockport Department Store Co
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