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rMTEKSITT MISSOrKLlX, TUESDAY, FEBKTVRV J, 1913.
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Ihvt i:e ivo.mkvs i:ir:iiTs
,i ?d ?ie security for
i- i Whn the hus-
. u; tonduct renders hi
'oWaMe. she caa
j datntaia a suit for
'" s law. But she is
- fort when she de
d without a reasona-
' t ount allowed for the
is decided by the
von the financial
dnd earning ca
ind. Id Huliaiir INtate.
"' the husband, by
-. wife is entitled
- r- l property am! a
- Tsonal property.
- fill the cttanHasi
a Missouri family.
r';ht to send them
r appreatice them
- rt of the wife.
if? this as nnjost
on of the Law
rsity of Mis&oari
The family must
.- -v r the hvsbaad or
i 'he deci!inr o.c
' 'Vir children Sine
one who is Wall?
- -v.r support and ed-
vas siren hn? th
?!; over thm a'.so
V. he will rar iv
- risht of cotrro; oi-r
i-so of public sen'i-
- . . of the laws of Mis-
' -.j women. There are
----. which womea may
- rirht to Tote. Aad
injustices which she
ii-r aay law. entirely
lack of the ballot to
-.' l.-ililatloa always
1 - sentimeat. But tt
r-KLi of the cfeaases
"ling the rights of
ip.r. from the iays
- frely property, to
-' !iall be tally rets
as of the law sa
- .nion. as an indi-
I In storage like grapes, prunes and figs.
land they are really as good to eat.
J "The late Colonel J. C. Etans of near
' Kansas City owned and propagated the
only extensive orchard in the state.
TO INCREASE YIELD OF 0 VTS
Oood eed Bed Essential If Crop Is to
The averace 5iela of oats in Mis-
He said that it was the most aluable. souri for the last few- years has been
fruit crop he had ever produced, and ' so low that it has just about paid for
he had been a successful fruit grower j the cost of production and no more.
for many years. He handled the crop This yield can be materially increased
in boies and crates lik straw berries, 'if proper methods of preparing the
and received an averas. price of 1 ground are used and good seed is se
cerns a quart. .lected.
"The trees come into bearinz at This spring many farmers will level
from &e to seen years of age. a lit-, their corn ground with the disc cul
lle earlier than apple trees. They are thator, broadcast the oats with aa
thrifty, symmetrical and nice sroers. end-fate seeder, and then run the
The straight central leader with the spike tooth harrow over the round
branches well distributed seems to be oace. This method of putting in oats
the best method of pruninz. j U old-fashioned and the yield will
"The oriental variety bears much 'more than likely oe small,
larrer fruit than our native types and Oats require a good seed bed. A
.t is successfully budded or grafted rood sed bed can be made easily in
ob any of the common native persim- the sprinr. but the farmer is usually
moss. The budding should be done m too big a hurry to get the crop in
during the most luxuriant period of for fear of bad weather. A sood
growth, perhaps is June, and it has ' double discias of the corn land will be
been found to be more profitable to eaoush if the oats are drilled in with
top-graft lare trees than small ones, x disc drill instead of bein broadcast-
"Our native varieties can be propa- ed and harrowed in. This disc will
Sated by bedding and rraftins or by act as a culmator and will cover the
digging dowa and wouEdins the roots seed good.
oi the tree and thea plaatin? the The time of seedias also plays an
sprouts which will arise trota the important part in increasins the yield
roots. In the south thy may be prop- Oa's are naturally adapted to cool.
Texas Red Rust Proof seems to be
the best variety for resisting rust;
in this state. I
SAYI.V; THE COOTY'S .MONEY I
. heriff Goes Hunting Prisoners May
j Get Rabbit 3Ieat,
Sheriff J. B. Sapp and Daniel Hen
. derson went rabbit hunting today.
! "They expect to get meat enough '
' to last the county prisoners the rest
of the month." said one of the depu-
ties this mornins.
SWITCHES Transformations, pom
padours, and all kinds of hair work
made from combines. Call and see
our new line of switches. The Elite
Hairdressing Parlors. Phone TIT.
If ou fail to receive your Missour
fan any evening, phone j;,
asatoi '.v roor cutting like blackber
ries -hil at this hvitud- '- root
.. i .! fro-u .'t.az '
Dr. W. R. Graham Defends
,.. r V
" V WELL HFRE
i'. n ajj. : r ;. I nre
r.i Mart t .. -"i.
.s - a ' the
: ! 'r " a haxe."
' ; ro - ,r o.' horti-
-.. ii U.t .ul-
'e- r i f-a. it
o -s our
-.- - ir'jxn
:- a' nd-
No more arrests haie been made
on the charge of issuing liquor pre
scriptions ilieally. It probably will
be sereral days before further actios
jr. thfe matter Is token, according to
E. C. Anderson, prosecuting attorney
Dr. W. B. Graham, who was ar
retted Saturday, say that there is
absolutely no truth to the charges
against him. He says that he has
always been rery carefal abojt is
suing liquor prescriptions
"I have issued liquor preserip-iocs
whre the cases demanded it," said
Doctor Graham, "acd so has ee.-
v.her doctcr in town I vu! issi.e
; m again."
'c:or Graham saya that 'Jh ccn-
ns are such in Columbia as to
it troublesome for doctors in
. r latter of such prescriptions. He
- s that he and other physicians
o constantly be oa their guard
- persons who want to get
moi-t conditions, so these conditions
siiould be given them as nearly as
l-ossible. It has been noted at most
experiment stations that the varieties
.-ri led early and those that mature
' ' re the hot season beran are nearly
aUays the best yWders.
Our native crown oats have a ten
dency to run out. so it is advisable
ery two or three years to rret seed
from some of the northern states. The
amount of seed to sow varies with the
farmer. From elht to twelve pecks is
the amoun usually sown.
Rust is one of the cratst enems
to oas in this counry. I' is often
vry bad in -a arm. tt seasons Thr
are no rn-ins of cV V i: rus exce'T
bv use; r'is'-r s s'!" ar.-.-s Tt
bring them to Heasinjer's uhere
thev will be repaired bv experts
and resumed to you in jierfcct
We will res-
ulate j our
X J. SISBroadway
AMANA, ALL-WOOL, SHRUNK BLANKETS
Wednesday and Thursday
February 5th and 6th.
36.25 quality at $5.00 S.9S qualitv at $6.50
6.0 ' 5.50 S.50 " 6.95
'- " 5.75 9.50 7.75
Amana Blankets are Better
These Prices for Wednesday and Thursday Only
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THE M RfJl t TIL'
Dow n tair in ir;in:a Bu 'd r.z p 0,h
H ' '- t j. - - i ' r- i
r. 'he ..
. sakon towi. the doctor docs piJBLIC AUTO SERVICE
e this difficulty Why, I haro
' - na.ri? to
r r .arse
e , jcked green
. '. allowed to ripen
v.- market. Some
'ore frost, while
c the late fall, but
j 'Tperince hat
r if i is sa'hT
' oi to r.- n "
-'-, r ' n
. jien tecoin angry and even
1 aten e because I refused to ls-
Doctor Graham cays that the pres
ent charge against him are the re
salt of personal grudges against
The doctor has retained Gillespy
and Conley as his attorneys.
tOLlMIUV VI TO COMPLY
! ? "h Sr.et
Just the switch yon have ben
looking for can cow be had at the
Elite Hairdressing Parlors. 3rd floor
Ewhanre Xat'l. Bank Bld iadv)
?end the ?-!isourian hom to you
'o!k They srill a:-',re".a it.
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: -June 1.1913.
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E ery article of pastry in
eluding our pie-, cakes and cook
ies are made by our experienced
baker in our ar.itary shop home
made, in fact.
The University Dining
Club and Cafeteria use our bread.
B. Gentsch, Bak
Ifi. ?-i. Ajcst,
. , retail. St. Uc.
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