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ALFONSO JOHNSON. Manager.
THE AVERAGE WOMAN
The average woman. It, ia said!
measures about fire feet and font;
inches In height Her bust Is from
thirty to thirty-six Inches; her hips,
six or eight inches more. Her weight
is 125 pounds. She wears a number
But the fulfillment of average mea
surements will not mate her an aver
age -woman. Can the average woman
hake a cherry pie? She can.
The average woman Is her own tai
lor, does her own manicuring and
Bhampooing. and Is Interested In palm
She will sacrifice her own pleasure
and comfort for that of her three chll
dren, for the average woman has
three children. Her pride centers in
The college woman Is not an aver
age woman, for the latter has only a
common school educatoin. The aver
age woman marries and her interests
thereafter center about her hearthstone.
Authorities on sanitation In dairy
products agree on the undisputed fact
that pasteurixatlon Improves the qual
ity of the beat ml.llc Many, cities have
an ordinance requiring milk distribu
tors to pasteurize all their milk. It Is
a, heavy expense to pasteurize milk
and cream but It is ypur milk insur
ance. Be sure your milk is pasteurized and
comes from "one of the most sani
tary plants In the State." We quote
from State Dairy Commissioner Ben
WHITE EAGLE DAIRY
Arfeatlae Esxearagei Cleta Jbklag.
LONDON, July 1 (by mall) Two
engineers have been "named as textile
commissioners by the Argentine Min
istry of Agriculture, and are now pro
ceeding to Europe for a study of the
textile mills of Great Britain, Belgium,
France, Italy and Spain. Afterwards
the commissioners will make a simi
lar study In the United States. The
object of the mission is to encourage
cloth production In the Argentine.
The American and National League
icores can be obtained at the Recrea
tion Billiard Parlors. We have a tele
graph service that gives as the scores
as soon as the games are -finished.
Oar phone number Is 927, adv.
Reno, Nevada, to, fall of women who
were either too' lazy or too tired to
keep up with their husbands. adr.
The American and National League
scores can be obtained at the Recrea
tion Billiard Parlors. We have a tele
graph service that gives ns the scores
as soon as the games are finished,
adv. Oar phone number Is 927. adv.
MORE FARM PRODUCTION
Those who have been observing the
downward trend of food prices since
the farm products began coming in,
should now be convinced that more,
production as an antidote for high
cost of living is no mere fictitious
panacea. Despite our highly Indus
trialized economic system, we are still
dependent upon the farm for exist
ence. Our industries, though they
have now attained gigantic propor
tlons. have not yet reached a stage
such as Is found In England, where
the production of raw materials ag
ricultural products for the most part
Is subordinate to the manufacturing
occupation. We do not send out to
other countries in search of raw ma
terials. We have organized, our In
dustries and our agriculture in such
a way that each Is dependent upon the
other. An over-emphasis"on the one,
or neglect of the other, entails a dls
"aption in the system.
ine gradual reaacuon oi tooa pric
es now noted In the market may mean
only a seasonal change characteristic
with summer. However, It Is such
that it cannot fall to have effect upon
other goods In the market Cheap
raw products take the wind from the
manufacturer's argument tor raising
or maintaining the high price of his
manufactured articles and disarm the
profiteer from his most effective alibi.
A readjustment such that farm and
manufacture will receive equal at
tention Is necessary. The national
output In agriculture has remained
normal but it would eeem that indus
trial houses have; gone ahead In their
manufacture beyond the ability of the
farm to supply raw materials. Much
more capital Is being invested In the
Industries than in- agriculture, which
to some extent accounts for the pres
ent lack of equilibrium. Moreover, the
economic activities to rthe last de
cades have created new openings to
financial investments not to essential
ly productive of economic goods. This
and other things have tended to .tip
up the weight of agricultural Invest
ments unfavorably. r
Were we, therefore, to find a solu
tion for the present situation, our at
tention must be turned to the problem
of Increasing the production of agri
culture. More production of raw ma-1
terials rather than manufactured
goods would bring as nearer to the
Every ounce of HP Flour is real flour rich in
food value and uniform in quality.
Our seleection of only the best wheat raised in
Boone County and our system of milling makes pos-
sible the manufacture of this supremely satisfactory
5 "HP Satisfaction" for sale by all grocers or call JTo. 9
Boone County Milling & Elevator Co.
I Makers of Red -Ring Feeds.
Friday and Saturday
Matinee Saturday 3 p. m.
List your used books at the "Students
Book Exchange" Y. M. C. A. Building
so that others may have them. Get more
and pay less. We are here to serve the
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BUREAU FIAHS BETTER ROADS
Plan PtotU for sTaeUxry Frost
Addftfeaal &e4 Tax Fsad.
The Andrew County Farm Bureau
has provided a stan for better roads
as outlined by Frank Roberts, Rhea,
Mo. The plan is to buy from the ad
ditional road tax rand a tractor, a
small road-grader, and a drag or
each of the ten townships in the coun
ty. In addition two machines for cut
ting down hills with- dump wagons
sufficient to operate them are to be
bought The machinery will be oper
ated by. men In each township hired
to grade the roads early In the sea
son and drag them when needed. When
grading or dragging, ts not necessary
the hill polling machinery will be
operated. The county court with
county surveyor would mark the hills
of the county and plan to level them
to- a six per cent grade, levering two
or more hills each year with each
machine, distributing the work over
the county so that the worst hills In
each township are .leveled first. It
is estimated that wkhln tea years
ther would be below the maximum.
To the newcomers we will say that we would
like for you to get acquainted with the quality of our
Groceries, our Prices and our SERVICE.
Come in and see us whether you buy or not.
Here are a. few articles we wish to offer:
3 lbs. of Vegaco Nut Oleomargarine $1.00
Apricots, No. 2y2 can '. 25
Fancy Dried Apples, per lb. - . .25
Karo Syrup", white, 10-lb. pail .: 1.00
Waldecks Breakfast Bacon, per lb. 50
Potatoes, fancy, per peck '. zL . .85
Our Pride Coffee, per lb .45
Blanke's Faust Coffee, lb. '. 60
Arbuckles' Yuban Coffee, lb ... .60
Krinkle Corn Flakes, per pkge. .10
This is only a small amount of the line we carry.
Telephone us your order. We guarantee Satisfaction
Hord Mayo. Grocery
Phone 628 ' 8th and Hickman
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sorrows.btg or small, into gladness.
Also "BACK TO THE KITCHEN" '."'."'
A Mack Sennet Comedy
CQme Early First Show 7:15 Prpmpt
ADMISSION Lower Floor 30c, Balcony 20c Matinee 20c Inc. Ta,
Columbia and Hall Theatres
Ay ear of Bigger, Better and Greater Mo-
. tion Picture, Productions
September Is .svbmvmobs with the epeatas; W the'aew umeaeit season For
the year to come, the Celsmbla aad Kail Theaters wIH bare the beam- ef rrTirif a
more tnuy great methm plctare erodsetleas tbaa have beea saewm la aH rerls years
ot'Kotiea picture history combined. A amber' ef these predaesJeas bare beea eeat.
pleted; they are bigger, better sad greater beeaase they eambaae aR the fcliu ef
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ia ue pan, we aare beea relactaat la aaklsis; prssiliri Far (fee itsna af
1986-21, these stateawats are based ape. actaal observaUea el a great asaaber ef the
The opesJag of the aew teasea to to be heralded by a ahswhsj ef the VaMea
Artist prodartloa, "POIXTAKHA," with KABT FICKFOKB aa the star, at the KaB
Theater beglaatos; aezt Friday aad Saturday. la seleetCas; tUs aa the epeabkr - r
Uob ef the seasea, weoeraa oppertaaKr to ebserre the bsaier. better aad areater '
motion plctare ef the seasea of l9e-21.
A partial list of the laper-atlrartloas ta be offered at the Cetaabts. aad HaH
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Elaborate presentation in keeping with the elaborateness of these, bigger prodat'
tions are likewise part of the new season's program. . THE MANAGEMENT
The proposed' plan win be brought to;
the attention of the voters oi ine