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SUNDAY MORNING MISSOUMAN, SEPTEMBER 16, 1917.
Seventy-Five Presidents and
Clerks of County Meet
DRINK CANNED MILK NOW
PROBLEMS TAKEN UP
Talks on Sanitation and
State Aid for Schools
More than seventy-five presidents
and clerks of district school boards
of the county met yesieraay m wc
Circuit Court room of the Courthouse.
George T. Porter, county superin
tendent of schools, was in charge.
The meeting was held to comply with
the Rchool board convention law.
IinMllmAnl nt Q'ftA nVlnnk Which U A.... 4Un Una Avtat7 liArn fnt-
wjis followed by an open discussion hrce fays through refusal of the
seven largest distributers to deliver
their products without police pro
tection from strikers. Distribution of
the certified milk sold under the sup-
Mound City. Brunswick, and Lamar Major Appoints Big Delegation,
will pay the Farmers Week expenses! Maor J. E. Boggs has appointed the
of the boy who makes the highest i follow ing men as delegates to the
score in the respective counties. Southern Commercial Congress to be
The Agricultural Extension Service held in New York City, October 15:
of the College of Agriculture furnish- e. M. Carter, E. C. Cllnkscales, Dr. J.
ed seed corn last spring to 500 of the u. Cole, Dr. L. M. Defoe, N. D. Evans,
club boys. The rest of the members w. H. Goldsberry, S. C. Hunt, S. H.
furnished their own corn. Members Levy, P. W. Smith, E. M. Watson, W.
are between the ages of ten and eigh-, k. Stone, E. W. Stephens, J. D. Stone,
teen. The Extension Service has(j. a. JIudson, Wllliamt Hirth, W. J.
furnished monthly suggestions to the Hetzler, W. B. Alien, F. D. Alton, E.
boys on seed selection, testing, seed-c. Anderson, W. T. Anderson, I. A.
bed preparation, fertilizing, planting, Barth, H. H. Banks, J. M. Batterton,
cultivation and harvest. I D. O. Bayless and L. W. Berry. I
Nodaway county has the largest en
rollment. if.8. Chariton county comes
npYt with 154. Benton 7S. Henry 75. I
Take Advantage of Municipal
Sale In Kansas City.
P.y Associated Prei
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 15-i-Fewer
than 100 persons took advantage of
the city's sale of milk today, despite
nn tho selection of teachers. This dis-1
cussion was under these heads:
The educational preparation that a
vteacher should possess; What besides
a teacher's education should be con
sidered by a school board in the se
lection of teachers? How determine
whether a teacher is successful or not?
Is it adivaable to retain the same
teacher from vear to year? Why? May
a successful teacher be retained too
long in the same school? When and
should a school board recommend a
teacher to another board? Should
general recommendations be given to
teachers? Under what conditions
should a school board raise the salary
of the teacher? Free Textbooks.
The afternoon program consisting of
talks by Dr. C. M. Sneed of Columbia
who told of the lighting and ventila
tion for country schools an dits ef
fects on the students , andx by Dr.
Walter McNab Miller who told of the
necessity of pure, drinking water for
the students. He also spoke on the
prevention of tuberculosis.
The other talks on state aid for
schools and the plans for improvement
of physical conditions were dispensed
with to allow Mjron A. Waterman to
talk on the Federal Loan Bank.
Dr. D F. Luckey, state veterinarian,
requested those present to report all
cases of hog cholera In their districts.
ARTICLES USED IN BULLETIN
ervision of the food and dairy depart
ment o fthe city started at 3 o'clock
and qnly twenty-six quarts were dis
posed of In the first half hour.
Some mothers brought their babies
an dothers brought their physicians'
certificates to prove their right to buy,
tne cuy miiK put on saie ior me
benefit of sick persons and babies.
Use of canned milk was given as
the reason for tew sales. Resumption J
of deliveries by the seven distributors
will start tomorrow morning, accord
ing to announcement made today. The
seven companies ordinarily serve 50,
Fire Endangers Ship's Passengers.
By Associated Press
A SOUTH AMERICAN ATLANTIC
PORT, Sept. 15 A British steamship
of 7,600 tons gross bound from a
North American port for South Africa
put in here today with a fire in her
coal bunker, endangering the lives of
passengers and the crew. Among the
fifty-one first cabin passengers are
many American missionaries. All
JVe Extend Greetings
To all old aud new students
We want you to make
The Drug Shop
your place for buying Drugs and Sundries.
A complete line of toilet sets and toilet ar
ticles, shaving supplies, soaps, creams, per
fumes, toilet water and lotions.
Kodaks (printing and developing). A
fresh supply today of Huyler's and Baarent
Ten Broeck Candies. Stationery, Conklins
Pipes, Photo Al
bums, Razor Blades.
"tVe Are Here To Serve You"
Phone 302 815 Broadway
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Prof. C. G. Ross Writes on Australian
A bulletin in the agricultural edu
cation scries of the Australian govern
ment, just reveiced in Columbia, con
tains a series of four articles by Prof, j
Charles G. Ross of the School or
Journalism of tho University, which
appeared in the Melbourne Evening
Herald on May 23, 24, 25 and 26. The
title page of the bulletin states that
Mr. Ross is a "member of the Journal
ism faculty of the University of Mis
souri, with which is connected the
state agricultural college."
In on introductionary paragraph the
government announces that fees at the,
two agricultural colleges or Dookic
and Logercnong described by Mr.
Ross are 25 pound ($125) a jear,
covering instruction and maintenance.
2,200 BOYS IN CORN CLUB
State Association to Give Prizes For
The corn club 2,200 of them are
having a breathing spell after a sum
mer of plowing, planting and cultiva
tion. It has been a good corn vear in
most sections of the state and now the
boys arc awaiting harvest because
harvest will determine in a large meas
ure who will be entered in the con
test at Columbia during Farmers'
Four gold watches, three trophies,
two medals, one diploma, and seventy
cash prizes which range "from $25 to
$1, are offered to those bojs who make
the highest records. Most of these
are offered by Ihe Missouri State Corn
Growers' Association and the Missouri
Rurallst. These prizes will be award
ed during Farmers' Week at the Uni
versity of Missouri College of Agricul
ture. In some counties local contests
will be held and local prizes will be
The commercial clubs of Chillicothe,
11 Pounds - - $1.00
Armour's Best Bacon, lb3SHc
Armour's Best Ham, Ib2CHc
25 lbs. Flour
50 lbs. Flour
90c Crisco .
15c Tuna Fish ..
23c Tuna Fish
15c can Hominy
20c Life o' Wheat.
5c Ben Hur Soap, 11 for 50c
33c Monarch Coffee 30c
Armour's Light House
Cleanser, 13 for..
6 bars Soap
Quart Tin Cans,'doz
50 lb. can Lard, poun
10 lb. can Lard, pound.
Cane Sugar, 100 lbs.
WELCOME TO COLUMBIA!
JIMMI-E greets all his old patrons and invites the new students to come
to the College Inn and get acquainted. Our drinks are made of pure fruit
juice and syrup and Jimmie's Candies are known above all else for their
purity and the taste you can't forget. Make the College Inn your stopping place.
, ' VICTROLA AND ORCHESTRA MUSIC
(Our mottb "Cleanliness") ' '-'
The College Inn
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