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-, tot mniMBTA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1920"
JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
4 Phone lS
Boone Co. Nt'l. Bank Bldg.
8th St. Entrance
i JURETfflOttf BY
. . ..-,. --r-
tr. -- ? - I- , . ''"'
Eery ounce of HP Flour is real flour rich in food
value and uniform in quality.
Our-selection of only the best wheat raised in Boone
County and our sstem of milling makes possible the manu
facture of this supremely satisfactory flour.
"HP Satisfaction" for sale by all grocers or call No. 9
Boone County Milling . ,
and Elevator ompany
Makers of Red Ring. Feeds.
- i '-Z . . ..-
Indiana. Michigan and Washlofio--
This ear the nurses are regularly en
rolled students i the Uruvera-y
must conform to the entrance require
ments. The probationers .tile courses
in preventive medicine and elementary
' - chemistry in the regular university
Student Nurses at Parker Hos- classes. Beside the. spedal --
pi,.,, Will Get Blue Garb '-- ;-7MeS A
if tjrst lemi Is .Mlors in nursing. Thi. year, for
Successful. .the first lime.jhe superintendent of the
.school and the instructor bae been
THREE YEAR COURSE 'given definite recognition and made
.- n.. - tnmlkrYi nf the faClutT.
M. U. School May .Be Jlecog-i ;ll wUI be from the graduate, of the
. 0. Vfk PLENTIFUL.
ni?cd to Conform to Train
ing Given in Other
combined course In nursing and arts
and science that the future instructors in
nursing ami the officials in social wel
fare "will he selected" said .Miss Tay
lor. "There is a greater field in nurs
ing now thin ever before. There is
greater demand for trained nurses.
"The Dubhc health movements are
calling for a great many nurses. All
tlie Urge factories of the country are
cnii.loune nurses. The child welfare
The uninformed public his always
been under the impression that gambling
debts in the stile of Missouri could not
Value of Hour, Feed and Meal U'J,! '! of Justice. Be-
Increases 38 Million timtn, h were holding L Ot U's
Dollars in Five which were yellow with age. were very
Voura much interested when ihey read in Tues-
- 1 I . ... . . . - I .. !
aay s .Missourian anoui a jury aeciaing a
SMALL WAGE ADVANCE
prosperity Shown by 100 Per
Cent More Workers Em
ployed in Mill In
"l "' ilustty.
Half a Ct Won Bay.
cracked. Call 1102 Green.
LOST Somewhere on Campus Sifts
ii. t: n..
JtlStf Call 616- Kewartf. p.l4JWt-
JT'T.riilJM Ch. fraternity pin. Name II. T. Da
v ivnttn .nn a uina .
FOR RENT A room for one person.
SEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
bet on the time of the end of the war.
..... . . a uHtM.
The in.eres.ea engineering utUZ&W- a, house on Jh north side; a large ho.
immediately made friends with several ' ?? ilT! ,7? trSQ r month. M6tf on the south side: will pay difference.
for rent-Two e-d 8i1
Rogers. " ;
Also half room for one girl One
WANTED-STo trade a good, eiajw-.
um liwuse, modern; grata four room -
ttiitrliin H Plfp r.l Nhb)
110 A HU AXD L0IKUfi
"Mho are tlie girls weiring'lhe pins.
.drew-..1" aked a freshman. A seni-ir
'told hiin they rre nurses but did not
know h they were wearing pink
Tl. .r.l v.ir!n. riink timtorms with
I Hhite cllns and cuffs and black shoes j moements and the schools are calling
are pn.hati..nrrs in the Sellout for Tor an Jdi.llion.l number. Jn voiumuia
inur at the Parker Memorial Jlnspilal. efforts are? being made to secure a resi
'The) will be regularly enrolled in tlie .dent nurse to look after the heahh of
training siboo! after Christmas if ilur I the children in the .public schools."
in their firt term they succeed in ran j .
'.incing the authorities of the sclionl that lltlSfOHlCAL MAGAMXE IS OCT
I their work ,n the f hcspi.,1 .4I. 0" t,,,,,,,,, w.ibTTi-IS Articles by
' LTniTer-iity is satisfactory and their per I , profMSOrH
ral.t, is such as a nurse should hast fc ' d
"It is true that strict requirement? '", ',, 7 ... . , r' r
"',. r .i k... i: : . Itnent T the Umersity, and George B.
IC ciaur vt iiir iiut3-9 u -.v
Mtudrntft in ihe School of Law. After
much deliberation and research work
ttir engineers were made to understand
nut auric wn- aatts 111 ifiiouuii diiitru ( - m. tw , - , - t.
made ccruin forms of gambling dlegal, ' K Mr.Nr Altractite n.. ..- .- , ....KfEinrst cUss boardnr Iwum
for group of Unirewity proIrMnrs. Parties
interested wnle L care of the MissonruaAi
there was nothing in the sfttutes that (Phone 871 Green.
I. !. .111 .. 1 -. .1- . I .t .1.-
FOR RENT-Tw very desiraiie
rooms for b.ys. 907 College. Phone
nude it illegal to bet on the end of the
war. The engineers relumed to their
own building still holding the LO. Us.
Fonnd Only In Proyerti. '
n.i.L. ...... .r. i.. Kn...i .1... FOR ItP.NT Rnck carase on
uiuic (iuihiii. i'in.1 it.c it.'ll. ra l.Ml - -- ..--- d , .r
many of. the words and phrases' used in . street across from campus, rnone
the Pnnerlw are found in no other book South Sih.
in the Old Testament.
o, ...e nurses, nu. is neces fe .
they are dealing with bfe and j, g f
,,d ML Mance Taylor. prr- crjW;ibutld rticl, j. ih. centen-
CLOTH AND' SILK BUTTONS
Make the Best Tiimming9 foi
Dresses. We make them for you on
the premises in all Styles and Sues
the tame day )ou order. .
Miller Building Phone 811
16 Elvira Bldg.
Selling your Magazines
Phone 392" Will Call.
Klass Com. Co.
Shoe Repainng System
No. 17 N. Ninth St,
Dav and Nieht Service
Country Trips a Specialty f
All Big Cars (
I deaih, sai'
' ihlendepl of the sclwoL
Iu ho-pnals which are nut run in con
'nection with a uniiereity or' J-ollege -the
; , ,1. II yprobation period varies from ,two to six
iaoBth'- In schools such as this the
perioa oi pTooauon sihi)b ciiu. iu
length to tlie rejuktr term of the school.
,After the period of probation is .com
j pitted the students wear the blue uni
; fum and tlie white cap. They ill wear
J.Lfe-un'frm during the remaining Iw
and a, half jears they are enrolled in
the school. The color of the. probation
uniform and regular uniforms & select
ed by each individual .school.
SKILL tlSBOLlMENT IN StHOOL
When the nurses haie completed the
three-year course they will be giten
diplomas and while uniforms. A white
uniform signifies a graduate nurse. Many
white uniforms appear about the cira-
'pus now because of the small enroll
ment in the echoul. according to Miss
.Taylor. Ordinarily six or eight gradu
ate nurses are required to take care of
I the instruction and special eases. Two
nurses are here temporarily to help with
the examination of the new students.
After Christmas, when the probationers
.are promoted, a few of the graduate
nurses will be released. This will make
room for another probation class.
Plans are under way for a( reorgani
That Waste Material
-has1 Money in it
We pay Highest Prices
CHICAGO IRON AND
!nul number of the State Historical So
I . . . -1 .." 11 .L- II..
cieiy s quarterly ijuuucauuu. Uit .--toiical
Review, just off the press. "Mis
souri in 183) is the subject pi vt.
Vilcs' article, while Mr. Mangold es-
ra deals with "Social Reform During
Other contributors include nauer, a.
Stevens, president of the State Historical
Society. "Tlie" Travail of. Missouri for
Statehood; William V. Byars,,"A Cen
tury of Journalism in Missouri;' Alex
ander. "V- Dementi, edtor4 of Hesperian.
A iutury or aiismouu uteraiurr.
EdnarJ J While, vice president and
aeneral rolicilor of the Missouri Pacific
Railway, who holds "an LL B. degree
from JU. IX, is the author of "an article
on "A Century of Transportation in Mis
souri." . .
Former Labor Commissioner Lee.Meri'
wether has written an essay describing!
labor, and Industry in Missouri During
Ihe Last Century," and Miss Mary Alicia
Owen of St. Josepliinesident of the
Missouri Folk Lore Society, has written
an article on "Social Customs and
Ikjfes in Missouri During the Last Cen
This is the first section of the centen
nial number of-the Historical Review,
oilier special articles being planned for
the January issue. The serial articles
I first class condition. Phone 1231. P-18
obdck of rueucARo.'v
STATE or MSSOUBU
ft irrv ew DAAvr
Is ik. Omni Cm.it. U ..t.i.u Mots Ocib,i j FOR. SXLE A brand new Chevrolet NTED TO RENT By manied man '&
j. rut K.UU.. STulr-w, :.' Aro"'"DiX" &!' "' Urt,-.. mod-
Humh su) Inol uc the car held the lucky number. . . p, 55Missjunjn oifice.
tu i.u.i . coiMtK iniu iu .H eil for $825 with term to sin -mo
ration of the M-hool to conform with 'the
srhnols in urmersUre that harr been
tWen definile recognition. The Univer
sity f Cincinnati gives a five) car course
in nursing and arts and science. Two
icar of lias i rpent doing scliool work
aside from numng. Thi jwo years may
be taken before or, aftef the three years
i in nur!ng. At the end of the live
J 'year period the Mudent is given a
diploma in nursing and tiia degree of
' liachelor of Arts. Other schools using
tUU system are Yale, .Northwestern, i!-"
. land Stanford, and the universities of
by Dr. William Bek and Major John M.
Edwards which it was necessary to dis-
ranlnitie in this issue on account of its
being the centennial number,, will be
resumed in April at the latest .the edit
ors announce, and possibly in the Jan
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mm. . B.nr J.u. U4 i J. e. iuuii are in a position to male oii a price on T,roDeiir for sale or eiehame
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U.C.U ii. ..J a tmk U.CJI a-J. ""' 77. l fV. toom "atr casti wiyersnow iot nouses one-
them. T- F Wisdom Realty Co. room
laXl al IlaimDCta A. 1IMMH lrifa. MM sN .' ... 4
U. J. lUk.. i..r. .si - Co,,, O )i, Eachauge Bank BuiUinf, puone & vuiom Rflltr &L ,
)iZTLi v- - irc3r ;. z , ' $& "
T..,.. lo.nl.uUSulMfaMi FOR SsLE Big, mce KeHer pears.
l a Tk4 Il ac4 .u a rbAketk nice for piewninj. Phone 711. Chas.
.,J. dna.' J .( J. lUUtlM 4- L""e-,Bree """
THE SOOS A CirKIOIIS PLAKET
If $ o
now upen for Registration to University Students and ColumtPatrons
, CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC V-tV
H. H.Xoudenback, Director '
PIAN0-H. H. Loudenback; Aline Wilson, pupil of and assistant"
to Rafael Joseffy; MarcJa Bailey L.R. A.M. Roya Academy of Mu-4.
London; Esther May Ross, B.M.; Helen Howard, B.M. t .. ;i -
Lesions by arrangemeSnt at down town studio J
YOICE-Anna Froman, pupil of John S. Hall. W.ll.am &ale,F
dele Koening. Paris; Margaret Roberts Green, pupil of Frank Parker, Mme.
Genevera Johnstone-Bishop. , t. :
VIOLIN George Venable. " .
RAND INSTRUMENTS F. R. Antotne, Lcade of College Band.
CHILDREN'S I DEPARTMEN OF MUSIC-With to sPec,al m
;tructors under supervision of Director.
PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC Courses leading to certificates for music
SUP6 SCHOOL OF ART-Elizabeth Potts (Chicago Art Institute; Pupil of
Cu, PSSSr, Willtam Mackey, Carolus Duran, Wil lliam .M.rf-1
PVy!) Sixth year as director. All standard courses n. Art, including Cera
mics. Illustrating, Interior 'Decoration. ,
SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION-Harrlet Jean Trappe (Emerson College
and Academy of Dramatic Art), eleventh year director. A number of
Mt Trapes graduates are successful Chautauqua and Lyceum readers;
"SCHOOL OFraTsfclLbuCATIONorence Maybuiy (Posse
s c.i...i n,i. .nirior. Gmnasium courses; Phsiology and
HvSenc coupes; Playground Supervision, Pageantry; Athletics; Swimming.
B 25!oOOATATORIUM-Perfect sanitaUpn; absolute safety. Open
' "SiooYOMM Homing; Director. Courses i7
Stenography,-Typewriting, Accounting, Bookkeeping prepare Mudents for
SibleposhL , .
P Registration should1 made early. Departmental. courses and pn- -vate
lessons begin Sept. 16. For appointments with Dean, Secretary, or
with Director of Schools, of Art. Physical Education, Commerce, Music,-
call 666 or 4Green.1
..., , mcrn AntAinss EDGAR D. IJEE, A.M. (U.of M.)
President Emeritus rHr .. , u s-.. "-?,
Niva Close BelatlonsUp to ike
Of all the secondary planets ihe earth's
sateNne. the 'moonr is hy far 'the most
interesting and important. The areriee
distance from the earth to the moon is
2.18J862 miles. The maximum distance.
tun ever, is 252330 miles. Her diameter
is 2.L60 miles, ller orbit is a very intri
cate one because the earth in moving
around the sun carries the moon along
with it; hence the moon is sometimes
within the earth's orbit and sometimes it
fs stiihout the orbit.
The moon always presents the same face
to us as is known from the permanency
of the saqcus mailings on her surface.
she revolves on an aais and the time ol
rotation is. exactly equal to the time of
resolution around the earth. That is a
little more than twenty-seven days. The
moon's surface contains about ILdjOjOOO
square miles, or nearly four times the
area of Furope. Her volume is only one
forty-ninth and her mass one eighty-
first that of ihe earth and her density is
about ihree-fifihs lhat of the earth, or
about three and iHQ-fifihs that of water.
Oh the surface of ihe moon the gravity
i is only one sixth of what it Is at the
I earth, in other words an object which
weighs six pounds on th earUi will weigh
only one pound on the moon. Thejides
are caused mainly by the moon; the tide
raising power of the moon and sun being
as'S to 2.
The mon has no atmosphere and no
water. Definite tests and experiments
have been concluded which give definite
proof of this. In . ihe repr$ ags he
moon's surface was the scene of violent
volcanic action. Cones arc .said to have
been raised in the moon's surface pthe
height of 20,000 feel.'. At other plates
furrows and rents, are said to liave been
made which extended deep into the
, moon's surface. Ttiese lunar volcanoes
are now extinct. A profound silence
1 reit ns oer the desolate and rugged sur
face. It is dead and utterly unlit to SUP-
iTTSaanimal or vegetable life.
I) Jl'ler Claim to DIsUndh-B J
I Among the former Emoress. EucenieVI
numerous claims to fame not the least
interesting was herinvention of. the cri
noline skin, which she is said to' Cave
been the first to devise and wear, A few
i months before the birth of the prince
imKwnnnw A.m.r i . an.l n iJ.U. w..n i.w 1T..I .h.1.1... 1 litis.
jr.rrt.i(:Mn u I, sepi. zi. inter- --. i - i -.., .,.-.----- --- a,,
. . ! .. 11 . I -lt ...J ! . L.. Mju'lr lp..m iimruift. 507 Hltl street.
riiiiK iniornisiHiii to wnai tile t.uiiii i - .-- i
War did to develop the flour, feed and
meal Industry of Missouri is imparted
by a Stale Bureau of Labor Statistics
bulletin issued by William II. Lewis, an- J
nouncing inai ine iviv worm 01 manu
facturing embraced in this classification
reached ihe high sum of $131,533,5!0.
as compared with a total value iu VIM
of $38686,309. This is chiefly due to
the .fact that the value of wheat on jhe
farm August 1, 1914, was 765 cents a
hushel, and on Aujust 1, 1919, $Z2Q a
The increase iu the number of active
millers and helpers and other emploves
overl9I4 tells the story of ihe prosperity
the flour, feed and meal industry
brought to Missouri during these fite
jears. The army of toilers leaped from
a total of 3,466 lo 6,7m. ine total dis
bursed in wages founded from $1 869,
535 for 1911 lo $5,776363 for 1919, a
gain of, nearly 309 per cent.
incKUsc in KACts S2.3 rta ctti
For 1919 the aierage annual earnings
of Missouri mill toilers, including super
intendents, foremen and all office help,
men and women, was $SS5, as compared
lo only tS40 for 1914. The individual
gain1 id annual earnings was $315, or a
little in eicess of 58J per cent. For
Missouri, flour milling is chiefly a rural
industry, being confined almost altogeth
er to ihe towns which are in the big
heat producing counties of the stale
where ihe cost of food and rent are be
low those of St. Louis. Kansas Cty and
St. Joseph, consequently the smaller an
nual earnings. of those who work at toe
Food for reflection is furn'k.ied higher
cost of living students by the flour, feed
and meal 'industry of Missouri, an
nounces the Missouri Bureau of Labor
bulletin which was prepared by the su
pervisor of statistics, A. T. Edmonston,
The following salient features of. the in
dustry and the gain in worth of produo
r.;.J 'ftiin .. mi t r.. i.. l...:. rn.
liyU l?l U,CI 171-V. IUIW, IUC .3.3 iwi
some- deep thinking and economical de
ductions. The wholesale selling worth
increased 341 per cent; the price pf
wheat bn, Ihe farm increased 298 per
cent: the total paid out in wages and
salaries increased 309 per cent; the av.
erage earnings of toilers increased 58
per rent ; the amount paid by the man
ciacmrtr for rent and taxes and insur
ance increased nearly 675 OT cent; and
ine oisuursements ror .auvenising, oper
ating expenses nf salesmen, commissions.
interest and discouits, and lor other
miscellaneous purposes, increased near
ly 786 per cent.
IUICC-J919 woukinc cvrTCAL
Tlie question which presents itself is
who was benefited' by this vast increase
inntiouri wealth represnted by the in
dustry. Was it the null owner, farmers.
mill employes, or the other classes to
whom the receipts minus the profits,
were distributed? As huge as some of
the Increases irt disbursements were, they
only totaled $114.15.911 and came out
of the $131533,450 representing the af.
gregated wholesale mill price of all
flour, feed and meal manufactured in
the slate lhat year, leaving 132 per
cent, or,$17.37l9 for dividends, profits
and in meet other, items not enumerated.
The 1914 disbusements of Mtssiuri
flour mills totaled $35,263,671, which
came out. nf receipts aggregating $33,
68651)9. leaving the comfortable balance
of, $3,422,638 for dividends and other
profits, or over 9,8 per cent. Tlie 1919
-forking cap.lal of all Missouri flour
and "feed mills totaled $54,626,000. as
compared" lo $19,100,413 for 1914.
HA.MKII TO BIT
WANTFD TO BUY-18 rabbits, half.
., - , - t i.i. i , . - .a
grown. MUSI or neaniiy. .-vppiy romnij
6lh 38. Medical Buildin
WANTED TO BUY Wanted an oU- Sft
- fashioned four poster, or other old style ,
bed. Also other bedroom pieces to match.,, .
Cue particulars and prices. Address"-,
rnp. SAIPA Hound Oak Range 16 care Missourian. J 18.
. . . .- ,, D-lft -- r - - -
r"- n'ATE TO HFAT
lnVrm A n.,1 nnn Km Irmrl 3
'"" ' 7 T.yHi
nouna. vaii tun'.
RE.L ESTATE We buy, sell, rent
A cd from $2000 to $6000. List your prop-
A. R P. LAXDMARKS PASSIS0
(Tklory Hot In CoMem Lalest Tie-
tlm of Ilamaer.
Gradually ihe landmarks of the Ameti.
can army that first reached ihe Rhine are
disappearing, says ihe Stars and Stripes,
The old buildings thai sheltered the firt
army amusements' and recreations are be
ing demolished, and the latest one lo feel
he blow -of the wrecker's hammer is l lie
Viclorv hut .in Coblenz.
This hut was built to provide an ade
quate eating placV for the soldiers com
ingin from ihe various bridgeheads. jA
corns of civilian workers were kept busy
nrenarine and servinx the food for the
7X men who were fed there each day. j ;
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THE STATE OF UIVOUW. ?
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liir ariaioa will ka lalca aa aaafaaara aai
Jadal faajaraa aecafalaajj.
A Ira aawy liaaa laa ranaai
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J Baaaa Cn,. Maa.1, aaa taa aaal aa saaa ;
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Laat luaidaa Stat, 31. H.
OSDER or rUBUCATlON
STATE or UlSSODUr
la ika Ctrcail Caart. ta aarallaa kafaia Oclakat
ULa ;. Saaa aaj Uaa Sbaa. kaakaaa aa4 wUa.
i ipiaa (.VWI
Tka aakaawa kaita. caaaana. aaaaaa, aaataaaa,
aliaarra aaj lanarAiala. aaraaa, traaaa. talaainT
aaj aiaohiaiarr traal af" taaaCafy.
aaaa. aa4 ,af law" CaiT, aVxaaaaf. aa4 al
Oa.. Or,. J-a.a-41 .4 Sa" Eliaakalk
k-tt. 4-faaaa. aal al AXabaa farliaa.-Jntaaa.
.aU ol li-knk kon, aacaaa, aaa - w
katk Latlaa. Jtaaa4. aa4 al Sank E. Cartas.,
axaaaaa aaj af Jaaaat S. Faaall. aataaaaa. au
Ilia r. fUmnaa. ktaiy M. iUa. EIU haHa.
al IU. A. rT- " p-'--,:
tUT STAIL Of MISSOUU. a. Iks akaaa ata
I .alaaaa dW.aJ.at.. a.J iaaa laaiaaala aafaaatatt.
J. Batlwtaa aa4 Uarf H. suvaaa. awn-
WANTED University student -wouU
FOR SLE Two good washing ma- j,jkr rBipioymrni ijpist or for general
chines; also folding bench wringer, al tofj,cc otk for Tuesday and Tbursday
twst new. riione 1UU2 niaca. n n .(icrnoon and Saluraay. -aii aa. atta.
FOR S-VLE-Fqur nice .mall hous . smJATlO!, TACAST
well located; range in price from $850'
lo $1,400; will sell on reasonable pay-1 pawtFD Twelve good coal
ments. Batterton I Estes, Exchange j mt mm, Tfe are paybkej
Bank Bldg. Bt-20 1 a ood ;,.. Colombia Coal Co, 111 .
FOR-SALE- Six room residence, mod
em except heat: good lot, barn and fruit;
price $1500- W. W Coldsberry, Office
phone 578; residence -l Ulack.
. -..nk.c T, . St.a..1 1
c ii m-ai3ii as" ; . ' : :?i
r iMortola; Bachelor in hparosB irom rawj
. . t ,.. v..i....i rMiawr Arswitiai -
'31. lticnoias, n" -.... ,-. .,
FOR SALE-Caa atove. Phone 1207. & j-,, flrteu vbone 896.
FOR SALE Baby Carriage, made of
Ivory Reed. Also light Co-Cart for sale.
Good condition. Phone S21-Creen.
LOST AMI FOt'HD
, LOST Bunch of keys between court
house and Kaly Billion. Phone 408 Red
or Mve at Missourian otVe.
LOST A small dark green steamer
trtnk; left station by mistake. Cab
Huber 642. 3t
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ACACIA LODGE No. .!?"
A. F. a A. as. -naa-sstfe
iCommuniralian First nst ?Rd
rurd Tuesday in ?
month. Visiting ft""'
Welcome. it fin.
Tt..l.. m.l Broadwav and Utt.. V'Wl'
W 18 J. M. Imuz. Secy. P.F. Anderaoa. W. at, Jga
LOST A plain silver waich bracelet
lied on black ribbon. Phone 6"C Re-.
FOUND-Note glasses. One
No, , a. r:,A.strt
Stated Comnrarucatinsi s"-!
t .t fa'aaaVr'
every mww " .a .-5..
Tuesday each rawn-)""s
7.30 p. m. "-, '
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lense ' rvoweu Diag.
YOU'UAI'E NO CAUSE FOR
If you are vell insured and your
burns down. You can begin ic-wriigi
it at once with funds from the pre
.r .t tr r..-:llw if It a Makl
tl U1C Miii.v. wy..wi -" a t,ji
1. I. -rai
in the company we lepresent. a y t
penally prompt in paying losses.
SMITH AND CATRON RF.ALTY CO.:
tm xC,l..n.l N.tt,na1 Bank Build""
aw uiwv pj f
HENRY Who formerly caused the boys to flock to Ae
Tavern to, get a real shine is now at the TIGER BARBEE
a. ".t I..IJ.- w.. ..! a I ,l
ai iirsi ine enure buuuiiik w--. -Jt-eafeleria.
but when the most of the dins-.
ions Jiad gone .hope and the A. fc. . be
came Ihe A. F.'in G, half of Ihe buflding
was converted into a wet canteen for tlie
service ot Jighl lunches, ice cream, etc,
and the other aide was still used as ihe
November 5. last year, a heavy snow,
storm came near ending the career of the
li Tl. w.Iahi f snow on the rool
" . it I Ll I I til.aa Wl
wis so great that the main puiars do.- j - Wt-Jk
and distorted the Door to suen an e.ic... ,A ,, tf ,,
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Esrir rannon Made of W4.
The earliest cannon herr made of leath
er pi wootj atrengtnene4 later, oa jirith
t J. - V
Danas oi lion- i
Cm She Lire TkisT
Princess Mary of England noi
Annuity of $30,000 a Telr.
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coanaarrJ .ai faa la ika Orcalt Ca-t W
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ua aa4 aila la Baaa. Co-aty, kltaaaal. ""J
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Mi. -a MONDAT. OCTOBCB,. IT
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artaM aark aat-o: "a ""T",1.
, .Jl ka u-a- at aaafaaea aa Jalaaaat
"Famous for His SHINE"
ana otsionea iiic iauw , J
that the authorities ijuest'oned the ad
visabQiry of making the necessary repairs.
ITsa deraatM lor a mi '"r..
wu aoNosistent Ihaf after much disciouon
the baulding waa altered ana me "
enthusiasts,-as weU U slating enthj-
vAte 1-t-kM- Jffil-IL.-S.JW
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ptSTtNCTIVB COMMERCIAL MINTING'
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