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THE EYEXIXG MISSOURIAX, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1917.
3IILK TO 15 CENTS A QUART!
That's What the .Consumers of St.
Louis Xaj JUiTe To Pay.
Ity Associated Press
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 18. At appeal to
dairy men to ship milk to St. Louis
and to refrain from making a big in
crease in prices was made by John
Schnoll, director of public welfare of
StLouis, at a conference today of
Jit cers and distributors of milk.
Till- producers have announced that
they are going to insist on a price of
3 50 per hundred pounds from the
distributors and the St. Louis dairy
companies have indicated that such a
price to the farmer would mean a re
tail price of 15 cents a quart in St.
Half a Cent a IVord a Dar
Table board (or both boys and girls, 1115
University avenue, opposite Agricultural
FOIl RENT Nice big room
711 Missouri Ave-
ROOMS FOR REM
FOIt RENT Large front room In
private famllv. University professor pre
ferred. CO! Sanford, phoue 172. C-C
FOR RENT Lovely front room In
modern borne of private family. Close In.
Very reasonable. Call 445-Green. M-0
FOR RENT Very desirable room for
two boys In modern house. 1407 Rose
mary, phone 723. B-ltf
WANTED TO RENT Two nicely fur
Jsbetl rooms, with meals, to men or man
and Ife. Also one single room. 1318
Antbonj, phone IW-Red. N-S
FOR RENT To men, two rooms with
gljzed sleeping porches :-aIao another large
room, single beds. Phone 102-UlacL. 4th
A-B Gas Ranges
Economical, Sanitary, Con
lenient We sIioh n complete
"EW3IA' HARDWARE CO.
901 Ilroadnay Phone 231
FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms,
for business men, unlvcrsltv students, boys
or girls. Near two good ljardlng houses.
103 Price Ave. Phone 5G3-Red. Z-4
FOR RENT Furnished 8-room house at
705 Maryland Place. Mrs. J. D. Elliff.
FOR RENT 5-room cottage, modern
except heat, south side, paved street. W.
II. ioldberry. Exchange National Ilauk
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Oood
table board If wanted. Alsa two garages.
M7 Rollins, phone 1012-Illack. S-322
FOR RENT Three fnrnlshed rooms
1101 Faquln, phone 1372-Ureen. MR-322
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for bos.
003 Elm, pbene 503. II-31tf
Wrtf? WT'VT Hno rniiri ulfh cloflnlno'
porch connection. In private family of two. I'OR RENT Extra large rooms. Four
Ruslness man preferred. One block from '"" hot water, on third floor, for bo) s.
Agricultural building and two blocks from - uonege.
Academic Hall. Phone 506-Black. H-2tf
FOR RENT AT IIARfJAIN To mill and
w lfe, 3 furnished or unfurnished rooms, on
second floor In modern bouse. Also one
nicely furnished southeast room on first
floor. H01 Anthony, phone 527-Grcen.
FOR RENT Nice furnished rooms for
men; heat and light, suitable for two at
$(5 1409 Anthony street, phone 11K)-Red.
FOR RENT Rooms for young ladles.
WHILE YOU WORK FOR OTHERS BANK YOUR
MONEY AND SOME DAY OTHERS WILL
WORK FOR YOU
Every owner of every store or factory, almost without
exception, was an employe in it once. If you ever intend
to be at the head of a large concern you must have the
money to back it.
Moreover, if you have the reputation of being "A man with
money in the bank" going oyer the top will be easier for you.
Worthwhile concerns will give you responsible poshsons. They
have proof that you arc persistent and reliable. No recommend
ation it half so good.
To bank your money makes your future security threefold. It
pays you an annual interest; you have prepared for the oppor
tunity, and the larger salaries adds to your pile the faster.
Common sense should tell you that money will come in hand
some day. The only question is:
WILL YOU HAVE IT WHEN YOU NEED IT?
BEGIN YOUR SAVING NOW.
FOR RENT Six furnished rooms for
young men, single or en suite; lavatory in
rooms, steam heat, two baths, same floor.
Ilroadway at Hltt, centrally located. See
Mrs. Metty, milliner, or phone 03C.
FOR RENT Excellent furnished rooms
and table board for ladles, In 'modern
house, one block from Academic hall.
Prices reasonable. S15 S. 6th. G-31Ctf
FOR RENT Well furnished rooms for
housekeeping or lodging. C02 Locust,
phone XU-Whlte. Il-31Stf
FOR RENT Near campus, pleasant,
commodious room with sleeping porch in
modern home of private family. Phone
402-Red, Oil South Fourth Street.
I FOR RENT Rooms for young men,
modern house, 410 S. 9th street, phone
! FOR RENT Furnished rooms for boys
'or en suite for light housekeeping. AH
modern conveniences, one block from
campus, two blocks from postofflce. Phone
S24-lt)ack or call 10S S Cth. 318tf
FO RENT Rooms for men. Single beds.
Modern house One block from Oym. 807
Virginia Ave. Phone 401-Black. TI-31Stf
FOR RENT .To large rotnis for men
students. Between. University and Broad
way; one block from campus. Reasonable.
114 S. Dth. Phone 1027. V-319tf
RENT Rooms and
I'OR RENT Nice front
half rooms. SI 9 Rollins,
Cjmnaslum. Phone 931.
room and two
FOR RENT Brick garage. 413 South Cth
street. J. O. Babb. B-3I4tf
BOARD AND ROOMS for students. Trice
reasonable. Phone HSo-Whlte or call at
019 N. 8th. E-7
Some Reasons for Bible Study
L To better understand the genius and spirit of modern institutions
and conditions. Our life is saturated with the influence of bib
2. To better appreciate current literature, English literature is per
meated with scriptural allusions. Many of the finest passages
turn on their use of biblical material.
3. To acquire grace and strength in public speech and in writing.
McCaulay, Ruskln, Cardinal Newman, and a host of others have
acknowledged their indebtedness to our English Bible for their
4TTo Inspire and help toward the attainment of one's best For
improvement in character, and for giving quality to one's every
capacity nothing can surpass an adequate study of the Bible. It
tones up the whole life.
University students can take one 'or more courses in the Bible
Colfege, of Missouri! and have them credited towards their university
degrees. There are no charges of any kind.
For further information, see
G. D. EDWARDS, Dean
I TABLE BOARD, and furnished rooms for
1 students, men. Call at 503 Conley Ave.
Mrs. L. B.-Ford. F-322
i BOARD AND ROOMS for men. One
double room, $12; 2 double, $11 eacb; one
double, $10; one single, SO. Jefferson Club.
311 Waugh. J-319tf
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Modern six-room apart
ment, sleeping porch; private entrance;
newly papered; water and heat furnished;
2"4 blocks from Broadway, one-half block
of West Campus. Phone 850-Black.
Afternoon and evening gowns.
' A Specialty
716 Missouri Ave. 12 rooms of
which S are bed rooms. 2 bath
rooms. No better rooming bouse
location. See Clinton Lyon.
Columbia Ins. & Rental Agency
Phone 259 Iladen Building.
Ladies' Shampoo Parlor
Specialize in Scalp and Mechano
Therapy Treatments. 18A South
Ninth Street, phone 1206.
J. E. BARNETT, M. T.
Hear "What Men Who Wear Them Say About
Herman's U.S. ArmyShoe
i r-j -. ., w :- TJitnilnn lifnuntnut Gaa
A Letter to "Outdoor Life
"I sent for a rair cf Herman's
Army shoes last vear
and from the hour I put
them on could walk
10 miles at a stretch.
sore or cinched foot.
or corn, or any foot
trouble. I shall
never wear nnr
other in cvemlav'
life as long aa I can
get a pair of them.
Dr. Chat. A. P. Gnmr.
Surgeon Dentin, Evaniton,
TTunfina Mountain Goat
Lieut CoL Charles C. Foster,
nngzae surgeon, uliju.,
been put tnrougna se
vere lest, including a
montb of hunungmcun
tain iheep and goat
in a country wnere
the hillsides consist
ed chiefly- of loose,
used up two pairs of
rmir-Vi more exnensive
'shoes, while mr one
iair are Dractically as
.! aa avav Ttiv an
WUIUI mJ BMW
the best combination of
lightness, durability and
comfort I have ever found.
Herman' V. S. ArmuShoe
wr 10 years made only for UCDUAN'Q
the soldiers of Uncle Sam (we ntn MAIl O
have made over 2,000,000 I IC
pairsforthe War Department) l '
u now sold tn rn.. v- ARMY
ouu dealers. SHOE. . -w-
Joseph M. Herman Shoe Co.,lsa5 Boston, Mass.'g-
f. nM.ila fnniiVa IVOh
thier ho th U. S. Government
would have s better one ; but for
S99 men in .thousand there Mr
will b a better outdoor thos.
411 South 5th. Phone
WANTED An expert student barber to
nork spare time. Apply Garrett's Barber
shop, new Boon County National bank
LOST AJfD FOUND
LOST Small lavender purse containing
bills and silver. Finder please return to
.10 .Missouri avenue and receive reward,
rOR our varied calls. Many war vacacles.
Missouri Teachers' Aeener. Klrkrii
WANTED Student wants place to
work for room and board. General house
work, waiting tables, caring for furnace.
Give me a chance. Phone 403. MW-3
J-2tf WANTED All makes of typewriters.
repaired, cleaned, adjusted. Moderate
charges. All work guaranteed. Expert
stenography and typewriting. 23 Lowry
AVILL give meals. 713
Mrs. Wheat, phone GG3.
Phone 074 Green.
WANTED By the Anti-tuberculosis
Committee a small tent for one of their
patients. Telephone SS9, or leave at the
office of the Charity Organization Society.
WILL give meals. Mrs. W.
1100 Paquin. Phone 1237.
IF YOU HAVEN'T AN ACCOUNT WITH THE
Boone County Trust Company
We shall be glad to have you open one whether it be personal, sav
ings or busineis. Our bank k large enough to take carc.of any of your
ordinary financial wants and yet small enough to give individual service.
The fact that more and more people are availing themselves of
Boone County Trust Cpmpany service means triat we are making our
selves more useful to the members of the community.
And the person with the small account is assured of the same prompt,
courteous and efficient service as the person with the large one. We
shall be glad to have YOUR name on OUR books.
Boone County Trust Company
"A Bank For Every Purpose" t
We wish to invite all old patrons and all new
students to visit our lunch room.
For years the- students' eating place our
patronage is based on quality, service and
Buy a meal ticket and start, the college year
FOLLOW THE CROWD
THE MODEL LUNCH ROOM
NORTH NINTH STREET
r $i hf .
For sale in Calumbia exclusively by
Do you need a book In a hurry? Go to the CO-OP.
Doyou want that package wrapped, addressed and mailed
Have you a check to cash to pay that laundry bill? ,The
CO.OP Is the students' friend.
"It hasn't been easy tor me to get through the University,''
said a student the other day.
"I have had to make my own way and there have been
times when everything seemed to be against me. But'
THE CO-OP has been of real service to me. I soon
learned that it was conducted by- students for stu-
I dents. I have gotten back each year a nice little
share of the money that I spent there."
Of 13 Boys 6 Join
Last year the CO-OP employed thirteen
students to serve their fellow students.
Six of these thirteen boys are now in the
army serving their fellow-countrymen.
The CO-OP needed these boys but is
is glad to let Uncle Sam have them awhile.
R. R. CONRAD is now a private in the Marines and is at
Port Royal, S. C.
R. E. WATSON is at Fort Sheridan in the Officers' Train
' HUGH MOORE is a private in Battery F second Field
Artillery, M. N. G.
' J. B. HOWAT is a Sergeant in the Regular Army stationed
at Fort Snelling, Minn.
E. W. HENDERSON received a commission at Fort Riley.
LOUIS POTTER passed examination for Aviation Corps
, ,. and is awating his call to service.