Jefferson City Post-Tribune from Jefferson City, Missouri on July 29, 1929 · Page 10
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Jefferson City Post-Tribune from Jefferson City, Missouri · Page 10

Jefferson City, Missouri
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Monday, July 29, 1929
Page 10
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ff 1 J Page'lCf",' JEFFERSON CITY · ' CR[flTE NEIJTH 'ZOIE TIMID III HOSTILITIES But Soviets and Chinese Are Withdrawing From the Border. INVASION OF MONGOLS FEARED Twelve Miles Now Separate the Belligerants In Troubled Zone. TOKYO, July 23--(AP)--Press dispatches today from Manchuria said that Russian and Chinese troops Sunday mornins started to ·withdraw in the direction of Khail- ar, leaving a small cavalry force at the border. There were reports the withdrawal was motivated partially by fear of Mongol invasion which would cut them off in the rear. The Rengo dispatches did net mention Russian movements but Asahi Shimbun's Harbin dispatch said military headquarters there announced the Russians had withdrawn both at Man- chuli and Pograiiicrmaya under orders from Moscow. Asahi said the withdrawals created a zone-of about 35 Chinese li or about twelve miles separating the forces. Parents Happy When Baby Sleeps Soundly Here's a way to soothe crying wakeful babies to sleep quickly anc easily. It's the way doctors endorse and millions of mothers have proved is safe and harmless. A few drops of purely-vegetable, pleasant- tasting Fletcher's Castoria, has the most fretful, restless baby or child asleep in a few minutes! And for colic, constipation, colds and upset spells, therms nothing like Castoria. The Chas. H. Fletcher signature is the mark of genuine Castoria. Avoid imitations and be safe Adv. Gets Divorce From Clara Bow's Daddy She no longer is Clara Bow's stepmother. Tui Lorraine Bow about the S ame age as Clara and a former-playmate of the famous "IT" 8 w 1 ° *? Shfe sat !n a ^ Angeles courfc and was Carded a on grounds of cruelty from Robert Bow, Clara's father. Tui is an actress, too. Leaking Gas--and a Match The albumen of the egg white is used largely as a varnish for cards and paintings, in photographs, and in calico printing. POPE'S FOJT PRESCRIPTIONS We Deliver--Phone 34 fo,lowmg stnking of a match near a leakin- gas . .-- -- .-.-se Simmong; of Beaumont, Tex./ through the ' house and wrecked the place_Bs_ptetur Cd here, Simmons News of the Community HMNTEST AT GHIS CLOSES . » M ^ «p M»^0 * * " 'r ^ V \*~^ ^" ^"'*^j?^ tf £^ ^^J'^"^!?^ v -s v, \ ** ^ » 1 /· / * Monday, July 29,195 Mussolini's Gift To Rome,Ga The following pupils __wbtt prizes in Mrs. Ed. Walker's musical contest which lasted for a period of. 6 weeks: Alice Schowendgert won the prize in the practice record contest having an average of thirteen hours per week practice. Viola Scheider was next highest, having a practice record of 11 hours per week, in regular attendance contest, Stella Hempelmanii and Marie Schowengerdt won. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Viulcott and little son, Donald Dean, Mrs. Lee Vuilcott and 1 Mr. and Mrs. E. N Baker, of Chamois, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Baker, of Mint- hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hempleman and daughter, Stella, accompanied by Msr. Hemplemann's sister, Mrs Julius Mareis, of Hermann, and her daughter, Alma, spent last Sunday in Union and St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Moore returned to their home in Kansas City Sunday, after a week's visit with Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Holycross. Harold Holycross spent the past week in Kansas City, returning home Sunday. Mr. James H. Glenn, of Jefferson City, spent the week-end with friends in Chamois. Dr. W. S. Hoycross, of St. Louis, spent the week-end with friends and relatives in Chamois. Six little girls were entertained at the home of Stella Hempelman last Thursday. A chicken dinner was prepared by her mother, and supper was served on the lawn. Those present were Misses Alma Baries, of Hermann, Caroline Krusehoff, of Columbia, Erman Hayter, Marie Hemptlmann, Lor en o Pehmeiar, and Harriet Schmudde, of Chamois. IT RESIDENT IIT WOTS MILL Mr. Amie Philbert, who had been suffering f rom heart trouble and dropsy the last few months, died Tuesday morning and was buried en the Cadet Creek graveyard, Wednesday morning, the 24th. Leona Oidtman and Leoba Oidt- mann who spent, their vacation with their home folks of.Bonnots Mill returned to Jefferson City. Miss Mary Louise Haslag, of this city, is spending a few weeks' visit with her relatives, Mr. ana Mrs Joseph Luebberts, of Westphalia. Mr. Jule Perriguey, prominent farmer of our locality, who was given medical treatment at Saint I Mary's Hospital in St. Louis, returned in good health some time ago, but was confined to his bed again last week. . Mr. John Voss, holding a position with the J. C. Penney Co., Inc. returned to . Ashland, Wis., Friday after spending a two weeks' vacation with home folks of Bonnots Mill, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dieckriede, of Bonnots Mill, motored to St. Louis. Mrs. George Sting, Beulah Sting, Kathryn Sting, Earl Boyd, and Donald George Waldram, of Isbell Station. Mo., attended the ice cream social given by the M. E. Church of Bonnots Mill, Wednesday the 24th. Mr. Paul H. Mertens, who is employed by the Southern Railway System, is spending his vacation ivith his parents of this city. Mrs. Adolph p. Mertens, of Bonnots Mill, has gone to St. Louis for a few weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Mertens. John and Pete Hand, of Isbell Station, transacted business while in this city. Mrs. Josephine Walker, music teacher from Chamois, was Up last wcsk to give her pupils their weekly music lesson. Mr. Bernard Schmitz is visiting his brother, Chris H. Schmitz. Miss Pearl Bonnot and Miss Helen Voss were Capital City visitors la Closing-Out SALE Public Auction Furniture Fixtures Mornings, 10 o'clock Every Evening At 7:30 Madison Hotel, Month-End Specials We are offering wonderful values for Monday and Tuesday selling. Read the list of Sensational Bargains Come early as some merchandise is limited to quantities 'Em The water is fine at Moreau Park. After a rain of a foot last night the water has remained clear and is fresh; just wonderful for a good swim. Come out to Moreau and enjoy the great out-of-doors. Cottages and camp sites for rent. Ladies' Silk and Wool Sweaters, values up to $10.00 .......... Ladies' Silk Hose in broken sizes, values; up to $2.50 pair, 2 pr. for ... Ladies' Silk Stepins, $1.50 values $1 Ladies' Rayon Princess * « Slips, $1.5(3 values ..... V * Ladies' Corselets, values up to $5.00 Ladies' Brassiers, values up to $1 Ladies' Brassiers, 65c values, 4 for $1 Ladies' Blouses, values A ^ up to $5, 2 for ... ^ A, Ladies' Dresses of Dimities and Prints, $1.98 values Ladies' Bungalow and Hoover Aprons, $1.50 values Ladies' Bungalow Aprons, $1.00 values, 2 for 6 yards 25c Prints Ladies' and Misses' Hats, values up to $5.00 5 42x36 25c Pillow Slips 7 20c Turkish Towels ...... 3 50c Turkish Towels $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 Children's Rompers, 40c values, 4 for Ladies' Cretonne A _ Smocks, $1.50 values., SI · : ·-·rx 6 yards 25c Gingham 3 yards 50c Dimities ... 4 yards 50c Voiles 2 1-2 yards $1.00 Ensemble Suiting 81x90 x $1.50 Sheets ..... * $1 $1 $1 4 yards 40c.Tissue Ginghams $1 $1 $1 In Our Down Stairs Store Closing Out Odd Lots of Coats, Skirts and Silk Dresses Values to $15.00, Special-- Ladies' Silk Gloves, $1.50 values, 2 for Ireland's Kid Gloves, $3 values, pair .,'.. k -.. fullfils its promises to st'uSs the Je§ fer of Aviation A. S. the men who guarantee that Jefferson School of Aviation ,, ,,, capital - is, Mo. $2,500,000.00 ferson Airways, Inc. ACT TODAY . . . . \ iom . They Jefferson School of Aviation North Jefferson, Mo. AIRWAYS, INC ^^^^ ' ^r - « ·* m . ^^^,. Operating Jfferson Air Service Phone 2055 · j^\. ^.*k \ .

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