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Image 3 of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.), December 16, 1948

Part of Mountain eagle (Whitesburg, Ky.)

THURSDAY, THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE, WHITESBURG, KENTUCKY DEC. 16, 1948 Cut to Your Order For Mines, ROUGH LUMBER Or Home Use. $70.00 Per Thousand Delivered. Write BOX 619 LUMBER JACKSON. KY. 4tp. Ik fia jig principal purpose of these new plants and this new equipment AvueriwM is to produce goods at less cost so that the maker can gain an New York Dec. 13 In advantage over his competitor. Washington, a congressional So, while others talk about subcommittee is probing wit- getting prices down, it is only nesses on the subject of busi- U. S. industry that is really ness profits- Some witnesses trying to do something about say business profits are too it. ' high. Others offer evidence to BARGAIN PERUVIAN deny this assertion. But in COUNTER And speaking of aimodt every case the discus- prices, how would you like to sion gets around to the pre- pay 3c for a shoe shine, 16c for sent price tags on manuf actur-- ! a taxi ride anywhere in town, e i goods. Those who think $4.50 a day for a hotel room business profits are too high that includes three meals and almost always claim business five o'clock tea? It's not can reduce its prices. Both happening here, but it is in economists and politicians are Peru, according to Peruvian f"nd of scolding business on International AirwaysSo ithis subject. But curiously is the demand for U. S. dollars enough, American business is in the land of the Ilncas that the only segment of our eco- you can obtain from 12 to 14 nomy that is spending billions can now obtain from 12 to 14 of dollars to get prices down. soles (Peruvian unit of The McGrawHill people, pubfor a dollar, against the lishers, have just come up official rate of The result, with some impressive figures for American tourists and on this point. In 1948, accord-- I businessmen, is that Peru is ing to these figures, industry one of the world's biggest put about $13 billion into new bargain spots. Governmental plants and equipment. And the controls have prevented a - TFImImP1 ii ii II GUadTZ ( Greater Efficiency and Convenience! Low Priced! How efficient Is this modern ranrv? Fuel tarings up to 33Vi not uncoro-moAs for its cookinf efficiency the Modem Mmii owners ujr that it bakes evenly, browns perfectly without any It's the Urt word in modern COKVDItENT' cost snd wood construction -- the TERMS rant you'll want) v reFn With thli Modtrn MakS ranfe, you receive the manufacturer's written guarantee. Thu is your complete protection insures that your range will give you trouble-fre-e service over a long period of time. Ask to see this fiarantee. - , cur-rnc- vr 6-- I OUTSTANDING FEATURES . . . The body of this beautiful range ia finished in sparkling vitreous porcelain enamel from top to bottom. It has rounded comers and cleans as easily as a china dish. severe rise in prices and with the unofficial devaluation of the sol it's now possible to get a dinner in one of Lima's finest restaurants for less than a dollar and cocktails for about 15 cents. American cigarettes cost only 15c, a fact that often baffles visitors from the States, accustomed to raying up to 23c per pack. One result of all this, PIA reveals, is that an increasing number of North Americans are spending their vacations below the equator, where a dollar is still important money. THINGS TO COME It's not only the housewife for gadwhom new, gets are being made. Industry too is getting its share of new devices: a machine that not only packages small parts in envelopes . . . An inspection device that enables makers of turbine blades for jet engines to check new blades immediately against a master model. . . . An automatic glue gun that cuts waste and increases production in furniture factories. This television industry full-cour- se time-savin- g is bringing on a host of new eventually will be tagged: gadget. Latest is an electirc "For Dad." Perhaps the ulti- rotator that turns your an- mate in practically, however, tenna to the direction that is reached in the suggestion gives best reception . . . House of a new automatic heating wives are soon to be tempted ; control device for the house. by a new vacuum cleaner that ' picks up dust and dirt, sends it ft Ah-- h! down the kitchen drain in a strea mof wate. Sounds complicated, but it's all done with a long, flexible rubber hose. I Can The people are introducing an outboard motor with a gearshift: reverse neutral and forward. LESS BOTHER FOR FATHER Accustomed to being greeted on Christmas morning with gifts he can't or won't use, Father may get a break this year and receive something really practicable, judging from the wares appearing in shop windows. 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INTERSTATE FINANCE CORPORATION OP KY. Successors to Peoples Finance Company 2nd Floor Lewis Bldg. Whitesbnrg, Ky. Don Maggard, Mgr. Phone 224. with Starts at TOM CURY'S NEW DEPT. STORE at Neon The Gift Store mt Letcher Couaty Lovely Ways To Say Merry Christmas To Him Lovely ways to Say Merry Christmas to Her. Check This List. Check This List. ... Van Heusen and Manhattan Shirts Bags $1.95 to $14.95 $3.50 to 5.50 Bill Folds $1.00 to $4.50 $1.00 to $3.50 Ties . $1.25 to $5.95 Gloves Bed Jackets $3.95 to $9.95 Manhattan & Van Heusen Pajamas Sport Coats 16.50 to 39.50 $2.95 to $9.95 Fur Coats $49.50 to 195.00 Botanv and Parkway Robes 6.95 to 24.50 Compacts $2.95 to $4.95 House Slippers $1.00 to $12.50 Clipper Craft Suits $40.00 to $47.50 . Print Dresses $2.95 to $4.95 .. $34.50 to $52.50 Gabardine Silk Dresses $6.95 to $24.50 $2.95 to $9.95 Sweaters Gloves $1.00 to $3.95 $1.00 to $5.50 Swank Jewelry ; Gowns $2.95 to $9.95 $1.50 to $10.00 Bill Folds Handkerchiefs , 25c to $1.95 $6.00 to $24.50 Travel Cases Nylon Hose 98c to $2.49 $1.95 to $5.95 Mufflers Table Linens $1.95 to $25.00 $1.25 to $2.50 Tie Racks Panties 49c to $1.95 Sport Coats $14.95 to $19.95 $5.95 to $9.95 Robes Wool Sport Shirts $6.95 to $39.50 Luggage $6.95 to $49.50 Scarfs $1.25 to $3.95 $8.95 to $19.50 Shoes Skirts $3.95 to $6.95 Knox and Mallory Hats .. $8.50 to $15.00 Slips $2.29 to $8.95 Sox 45c to 75c Suits 34.50 to 59.50 $19.95 to $71.50 Watches Sweaters $2.95 to $9.95 Ronson Lighters $6.00 to $11.00 House Shoes $1.95 to $6.50 Leather Jackets $16.50 to $24.50 Pajamas Humidor and Pipe Racks $4.95 to $7.50 $4.95 to $9.95 SANTA'S HEADQUARTERS AT Top-Coa- ts I .' TOM CURY'S NEW DEPT. STORE EASTERN KENTUCKY'S FINEST We carry a complete line of ladies, mens' and childrens' Jewelry, such as Watches, Stretch Bracelets, Diamond Rings, Pearls, and Costume Jewelry. Also a full stock of 1847 Rogers Bros., Silverware. For the Children a full stock of gifts including a big selection of dolls from $2.95 to $14.95 each. fIT c

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