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ABOUT WOMEN IX OFFICE
Abenet arising from tne Nineteenth
Amendment will be women in electire
aCcc Doubtless the public xU gain
more from this than will the women.
particularly those who actuallyf bold of
fice.' Elective office usualrr demands
aervace beyond its financial compensa-
Honor remains the be&t teward
would attentate cumprtiion anil wwsmT
add interest to their work. It would
alio, make possible wider fields of ac-
f Uvltles which a -small (reap cannot un
dertakev Among these has been tag-
tested toe pJan- lor a summer camp
which cannot be pot into effect until
there is sufficient backing to guarantee
financial self support. Mothers every
where hare endorsed the organisation,
for tier hare seen bow it goes band in
band witn the ideals of the home. In
deed, one of the first purposes of "the
Csmp Fire Girls was to uphft the borne
spirit through the proper training of
young Americsn girls. Such a standard
has not failed to be successful and will
continue to be so as long As the girls
ihetnsrlrr (trite for-the attainment of
-v for constructive public service.
The number of- women who will act
uslrj become candidates will depend
largely on the ramus communities where
..iL . -it. t- r. t. .
iX: political axiom in Colorado and Wyo-
aiac the pioneers of roting equslity,
that wemoi iake their - greatest intiest
'in elections in which some vital social
in .i , , t j
or mm principle is lnroivea.
.When women seek office you may ex
pect und if you look into the history of
"IbeiVest you will find confirmation, that
"they seek offices which affect education,
juvenile courts, prison control and
where there is an opportunity for the
.mother instinct to work for the im
provement of the world.
The first woman nominated for office
in the United States was named a candi
date Uor Slate Superintendent of Public
' Instruction in Coloado in the first elec
tion after the suffrage statute was adopt
ed. From 'that lime, in Colorado, a
woman has always been state superin
tendent and a large majority of the
county school superintendents hare
U likewise been women.
I the west women have been elected
to the legislature, women have served
as judges, to all county offices Jrom
sheriff to coroner and even to the halts
of congress. There is now no bar of
ineUgihdity between them and any po
litical office in the land. The only
thing whibc will .prevent a woman from
tf uaaf president win oe tne lack ot a sit
uation which demands that some one
woman be a candidate to meet some
condition. It is probable that such a
condition would be required as woman's
natural ambition is not likely to bring
forward a candidate, or is the indirid'
ual, ambition of any one woman likely
to Make her a candidate, sinless It is
the logical answer to some problem.
A man was arrested and fined in Msd
rid; Spain, the other day for kissing his
wife. This will be a tapost'eserce of
government revenue laf'MdaV shat the
burden of taxation may be reaches' fas
, COLOtUA'g CAXp'riatS tHELS
The Camp Fire Girls is a comparative
ly recent organization in Columbia and
has a membership of only about twenty.
Lack of interest and support "has not
been shown by the people of the city
as a whole, buMbcre are many who do
not keep in loach with in Work and
who da not fully understand its pur
pose. Among, these especially are girls
who should be enjoying its benefits, but
whi' are indifferent because they are
afraid ibry wOl not "hara a good time.''
fn the words of ' the ''Cs'mp Fire law,
the members must "seek beauty, -gire
service, pursue knowledge, be trust
worthy, hold on to health, glorify work
ana be happy." In order to do thisjhe
girls' strive to cultivate all that is best
in Uem. They 'hive good times in fhj
hisjarst sense of the term and their so
cial activities form one of the most, im
portant phases of 'their meetings. 'More
than this, they learn to get enjoyment
from duties which are often classed as
drudgery. They, take a wholesome de
lifSt In outdoor life and athletic sports
of all kinds. Tbey receive honors for
boasework, development of their talent!
the right kind of reading and for the
cultivation of altruism.
According to the local guardian in
Cobabia an increase in the membership
acre could be well taken care of br
of new groups. This
Deschanel has gone down not because
of adverse 'public sentiment, but from
He has been in the spotlight of French
politics since his election to the Cham
ber of Deputies in 1885. He has served
as vice-president and president of that
body and from 1903 to 1912 was presi
dent of the Parliamentary Committee on
Foreign Affairs "and ;6slonle He is a
member of the French Academy.
M. Deschanel is a leading orator of
France and a writer of note. He is a
gentlemen ef highest rank in art and
letters. During his political career, he
has favored the liberal clement in
French politics, and at the time of his
election to thf presidency of the French
Republic be was the most popular man
in France, the renowned Tiger, demen-
reau, not excepted.
Perhaps no one has done quite so
much to make possible the career of
rJesranel as his wife. Mme. Deschanel
possened wealth, a thing Deschanel him
self did .not have. She lavished it freely
upon him in order that he might have
the leisure necessary for his literary
work and that he might keep his social
prestige as a deputy and member of
higher French society.
M. Deschanel has always been frail in
body. His health was seriously injured
last winter by an accident, from the
effects of which he hss never fully re
Though no doubt this will mark the
end of Deschanel as a statesman and a
politician, yet let in hope that strength
and health will come to him again and
that he will be unce anore able to as
sume bis work as an author and man of
COLUMBIA EVNIN& MtSSCaitOAN., WfebfiEStMV. 5firafefc.aU92(l
E. I. Hendricks, -president of the Cen-
tral Missouri State Teachers' CoUeie.
says, opportunities are unquestionably
nener tor scnool learners Irian ever De
fore'." Tor the year 1920-'21i the average sal
ary of 60-noui graduates ot the Teach
ers College is" $1,008; of JO-hour grail
uses, SL2S0: of 120bour .graduates, 1,
5641 In 1917 7S -per cent of all elcmen
tafy teachers in this sttte received' less
than ISOO f jear, and 12 per cent less
thin tt0 a year. ,
Although ' the salaries for this year
uof not( even equal the wage paid in a
majority of cases for unskilled labor, yet
they are a great improvement over those
of 1417. If teachers expect rsised sal
aries. Air. Hendricks thinks this Is a
good time to .prepare for them, as be
feflsjhat increased pay will mean a
demand, for a higher character of ser
Sam A. .Baker, state superintendent of
schools, says the inciease over last year
at -salaries of rural school-teachers is
$1X26 a month or $1048 a year.
Boomille is planning to organize a
Missouri National Guard Company. A
mass meeting has been called for the
purpose. Howard C Bradbun of the
office of Adj. Gen. Harvey C Clark in
Jefferson City will assist in the organi
zation. The company must have at least
fifty men and not more than sixty-five.
So fsr, twenty-eight men have enlisted.
In pioneer days a farmer living In
the Cedron neighborhood, near the
Cooper and Moniteau county line, had
to drive a yoke of oxen all night and
part oi the jiext morning to get to
Boonville to trade. Today the round
trip can be made in four hours. Good
roads have made this possible and bet
ter ones are being built to Boonnlle.
The historic Santa Fe Trail is being
Tko burglars out in Pennsylvania re
cently broke into jail and stole $X000
worth ot liquor. You simply can't keep
some people but of jau. '
THE OPEN COLUMN
A Bahy. Place la Chuck.
! EUtirttke 'Vsisywruifl: Where is it?
Last,Ss9day IJauVd to find it. Like
matt. rtsM 'Hices. we could profitably
kW-isiptsce for the baby,
little' svosier. is it that babies are be-
tasKnsfirr tfiifafthnmhle, because woman
must sacrifice everything in order that
abejnljhl attain her crowning gdory.
Society could and should open her iloors
to rhe best, tad most" BoMe1 Individuals
of the human race, our mothers.
Why not establish a nursery at the
churches? Here some kind hearted ma-
I Jurlea M. Schwali. who lift in the
tron could, lake care of ten, or twelve L,,,,. bem mkasjotrd as an unbeliever in
children 4Me tensor twelve pentup, college, tr(Jming,4oes say that "A college
mothers would receive the benefits of
the service. Many mothers who cannot
tJFnrtl maifla nr nnrftp wnnlj be a-lad
to 'take advantage V'sucfj an arrange
Possibly 'this is a suggestion welt
worth trying out. It might help to bring
babies back into style. The worlds
greatest need is more and better babies
the kind that might have the chance to
Crow-VinV tha direct or Indirect influ
ence of the church. A Church Mem
ber, -ijhsse, wife is church member
and whose 15-months-oId baby will be
church member iia.thi future.
"The Sturdirant Bank HoUtein Cow
dub or Cape Girardeau County was or
ganized about a year ago to introduce
pure-bred llolsieui cattle into that coun
ty. Last week the club sold forty four
cattle for $8300 at the county fair. The
club was disbanded with the sale. The
members were well satisfied with their
The County Judges Association of
Missouri is an organization formed last
week in St. Louis. It comprises judges
from seventy five counties.
Acting on the road amendment, they
passed a resolution pledging their members-
to do joint work with the Cood
Roads Federation in each congressional
district. These branches are directing
the campaign for the $60,000,000 bond
Issue, for Missouri roads.
The association elected the following
officers: President, O. W. Hackworth,
Wayne County; vice-president, John
Brendel, Su Joseph! secretary-treasurer.
THE NEW BOOKS
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John Parker, Carthage.. The association
will meet again in Jefferson Cry after
the November election. it,
The State Department -of Agriculture
has' submitted for consideration 'at local
and county agricultural meetings the
question of adopting an annual tana
labor schedule. This outline "ot action
would include set prices for average
monthly wages, harvest,' wages, cutting
and shucking corn. ,
Jewell Mayes, secretary eTr the 'de
partment, says the Howard County Farm
Bureau has already, set an average price
of 25 cents a' shock or upland corn ami
35 cents a shock for river bottom crops.
Other counties in southeast Missouri
are meeting to establish prices on corn
Mr. "Mayes thinks the time has come
for co-operation and practical manage
ment In the biggest business in the stale
and nation farming.
Artists and craftsmen are busy work
ing on the interior of the State Capitol
in an effort to have a great deal of it
finished, when tne Legislature recon
venes in January. A special impetus is
being given to the mural designs'of the
two halls intended for museums? One
of these rooms will be devoted 'to pic
tures and collections illustrative of Mis
souri industry, while' the other will he
a historical museum.
"The results gained by l the Melon
Growers Association this year have been
even better than sr expected," says she
Moberly Monitor Index. v
According to the report of the'Missouri
Farm Bureau Federation, the melons
sold by the association brought; from $30
to $100 more per ear than did those
sold by independent seDeriviThe asso
ciation was formed this year with four
hundred members,'' over $750,080' worth
of melons were shipped, and itis esti
mated that the co-operation increased1
the income of the members by $173,000
in 'this first year. .
. Marshall has shown, its interest in bet
tering community We ,- by organizing
community service classes. One hun
dred and fifty persons attended the first
meeting, ninety four of whom -Signed- en
rollment cards for class work. Meetings
will be conducted four nights a week,
io oi tnem being devoted to Instruction
in social recreation and the alWrnate
to to classes in community singing.
Work begins this week. The teaching
staffs of Marshall schools are showing
great interest, and are mating an ffort
to hare tne value of leadership and play
ground work for children,, thoroughly
MgrTla'TCisW 0PK5S OCT.
" Fish Fry sad ntertkmet.
B Oskaa nam .
sPHINCnELD. MJ Sept. 2L The
stanlfish hale,tapshed at Sequel
ota Park, neacpringlleld. will Be-aeswv
rated Friday, October 1. The .arrange
meifts are. under the suaeryrsion of the
Springfield Chamber of -Comsnerce, and
the program will include an address'by
Governor F. D. Gardner, who wilhspeak
in the aftctneoni Z''? . ,
TL. l.-Af-aLtrMa will be follow.
ed by a b.g,fisb" fry,' provided free byjthe
Chamber of Cminerce. In jhe evening
there wilt oe an eiaaoraie cmcuaiiuucn.
n, T. T.-Umbaraer. chairjaan of the,
general naittea,,his announced,, that
every Missounsu mhh. &
BETWEETJ COLUMNS 1
Seen beteen the Columns on Eighth
street every noon: A girl tith" ear,
very nice ears that are out and-out ears
kithout csmduflage.-W dissimulation.
Probably earns her living just now, al
though theTing sn the tell tale, finger
sa)S that some man approves of her
without reservation, ears and ahV
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hat has became of llried-arple sauce
and prunes? Even the boarding bousesJ
Dr. C A. EUwood says he' regrets
that, accordingvto bis observaiton, co
education does not promote marriage
between, the co-educated." Perhaps that
is because men andiwomen who knew
tk mm faala kwilr ejaewliere for nart-
nera. ajtrX wsst M saprsssed by their
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inen inert s use oanger oi oocoouiia i
lOW WCll JSCMUanHCU whu y nan waw
blossoms and the beJUatta'bls are yet
a-fag 'wayt?lf, av. . , U4
'Si'ga Urthe" window of a Broadiar
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-' it c .Bath Soajs
' for your .
: Septensber Bath '
And it 'they hike the water rate again
we may have to 'take Vmyin the same
Bw 'cesnTers about .the tosms-of 'Sokal,
Hrubiesaow and Hahct The typeset
ters are the 'greatest sufferers in this
war, pines 'the -'Nashville Tennessean.
What about the- letter Z?
What has' become of the mother who
Used to tel Johnny to Wash the tide
tine off Tse: bathtub and then saw that
he- did h? , .
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,Sinjf a song of prpnleers,
reWt full of kale. "
"Ev'ry howling one of us
5 Fighting-for Ji bale.,,
IJTTIXST6HlES", FOR GROWNUPS
Ob Moiii oast Bunnell Met
The Moon "is a silver woman
h" woman wilh hair of Night - '
TTk fLV,. a wii vmtnm WAmin
casnev tfie.'weXare ot their sons and
their, bald spots, bold communion with
ilseaIeon. " , -. t -, jW
(Tkere is nothing premediUted about
the,, Business iana trysts withjhe
tat VtS - a, alf -.!. klaas aS,lyaa4s-
noon, rar ckkh icu . ,--...
willjhare something-to say to bmuThe
tancct in the bathroom may be leaking
aswJ.he wilt wriggle his. 'toes into his
slippers, pad across tbvroonv fmt the
door and down the hall in the. dark to
stop it so-thai he' can go'to-slecp. Then,
on nis way dock, to wi. urc uwi w
drift in through tbewlndow of the room
arsdbknereornctbinsXro him. At'lweak
taslhis aan,will"wonder why dsd gives
how a-xtra sDendinrr money and asks
abotfl the girl in the next block
The Moon,' may float, in through the
upper half of the windshield and speak
to him when he is out for an evening
spin in the car with' his wife and die
'yoangsters." He wdl make an excuse, to
stop' and change, tbeeating of his fam
il'The children will sit in the hack
eeaaVwnd giggle noiselessly because he
puts his arm along the back of thevseat
his wife is sitting-W and drives wim.one
hand for a mUeor su or until the head.
light- of an on-coming car wamjiim to
turn out ot tna een-er.oi uie ruau.
LT1i taToAn nui Vnesk to' him on his
way borne or aturrltT night after a busy
day at the' store, so that he will forget
to sleep late and get up grouchy sun
day morning. He wilt rise earl), pntler
in. file back yard a little, dress up. go
to church and put a clean dollar bill in
thf plate sup a smile. r,
Tbe Moon, because she sect ner se-
JThe. Moon' is a wise young woman
-fci-j in-ttf-i -i -j - -i-t.-
L. AIH1 ail IIU1 star uvn tp
Even business men whose interests
Z-.t.t a-l. :r. .L. J.tt.
aic )iui uiin; ay lo uiici iuc wmj I , A- .
..A,.. 1l IJj.- .1. .j;. H. lereta- la not eredilM with csusine thete
Btucm incyvwnie on wesr auuiua aaa-i-y . -- -i -
The Business irua will i
the Moon has anything to do what j
Nevertheless it is well for
Men that there are many Ioossn
that they are all the same
r Ere"-r Saie ilua Be Ctoi
Over in Srdajia liennie Savage j
der 50U bnnil. chargnl .ith i
suit of clothes. The only exp
of the amount of the bond is
suit has been tli.ni i from I
To Cet Chicken Feed. V ,
, II the hen raisers of the Bone C
Poultry Association male a hit i
play letVhopc that the town '
kept awake with thrirrrowingsa
linrcv Even jf, as P. G. Wei
would saynit's an egg.
A Pari? cafe owner ts telling P
about bis place by having adr
menu painted on the domes of hb
headed emplove and sending i
on the streets hatlest. There's ,-i
funny about this. Du you detect 1
Till Choe Freohmin Coo
The Freshman Commission.
ot thirty -freshman girls of the L'n
tr, ts being ciiosen this week.
mission will be appointed by the 1
dentTof the woman s Athletic .
tion, the Y. Tv. C A, S. C. A, 1
Hoard; Mm tva Johnson
Margaret Chamberlain, advisory
men, and Elsa Bradley, chairman
commission. .The names of the i
tallies will probably be posted'
in tbecorrtdor of the second floor
The Literal ore of Business.
An anthology of essays .representative
of such men as Charles M. Schwab. IL
P. Judson, Frank A. VsnderUp, Tbeodore
nooseveii ana many otner notatue busi
ness men and statesmen is seldom bound
in one volume of such exceptional literary
merit as "The Literature of Business."
The essays and sketches are compiled by
Aha Gwinn Saunders and Herbert Le
Ta MHfMMil rlrla !,. ..lll. -f
thought of the collection, the reviewer
would like'to print a quotation'trom each
author. It is necessary, however, lo lim
it such a digest lo a few quotationrwhich
are significant and indicative of the argu
ments of all the writers.
Frank A. Vanderlip writes: "I believe
it is too nearly the truth that a college de
gree in America today does not mean a
great deal more than four years of resi
dence at a college. It certainly does noi
mean that there have been four full, hon
est veers ot hard and ron!stent work as
an absolute requiile for that degree.
BILLS CAUSE A DISASTER.
CUs SrxftUti WWie X iwfcacar
Ma UK BtiTiratry.
Splash I goes a drop on an assistant's
nose in a University laboratory. Splash,
splash, come the drops on the papers he
is.correctinc. Then a en. "Oh. Profes
sor, trie, w'aiers-)nYrng'rm-ough-the1 ceil-j
The latter looks up angrily, then his
anger turns to .dismir. for 'the. water is
coming through, sad running around on
trie, specimens sacred1 to .him. Wading
vet to tfas'eJosel; where tfe' rubliers are
Udden, he put theat'oo, grabs his? rain-'
coat and makai far tbe-roof.1 way' op
on -thejroof, .his drgsitty gssne, and bis
students, out oV. hearing, Jse snakes one
For cookdeterr'rserisvz the -fritters
were hsndbilhi, dropped 'from an airplane,
saying, "Get a million dollar sensation
for ten dollars." He got it. '
man who thinks 'that his greater learning
gives him the privilege of working less
bard than, theman without such educa
tion is going to waxe up in disaster.
Jt tntainaaa iaaTta'rf aaun n rannol alt
be deposited in the. tank. They include
three separate tninfea-wnat be has, whit
be is in himself, and the good opinion of
his fellow men, writes Harry Pratt Jud
-Part One deals with "The Profession of
Business"; Part Two, with "The Business
Lette arid Related Principles of Busi
(Harper A, Brothers, New York and
London; cloth, S13 pages.)
"Within The Year After.
: Betty ..Vdlcr, .special correspondent of
the Lee Newspaper syndicate in trance.
Belgium. Italy, and Germany, and corres-
ponaeni oi ine American vommission 10
Negotiate Peace in Paris, has given us
intimate bits of description ot the de-
-iasted mr.sone in her letters which are
assembled and published in book form as
-Within The Year After."
Last night 1 slept in Chateau Thier
ry!" So she plunges at once enthusiasti
cally Into a personal toned sketch of that
great American shrine in Frsnre. Al
ways by this linking of all she sees with
anecdote and persons! impression, the an-
lioT succeeds in bringing the reader into
the heart of all she describes, Betty Ad
ler presents more than place. She re
veals the hearts of war torn nations with
high sentiment and understanding.
"Within The Year After would serve
as aa excellent guide to visitors of scenes
A severe hail storm sweoTorer a five-
mile swath in Adsir and atnox coua-
ties Saturday, damaging the corn, ael-
on and pumpkin crops and killina! on
one larm nine shoal and a hundred
chickens. V j
nrtA in. ! i.illi ... .L - V
..hw. hhiiwium, ,u tr UICU VIST- t. j.
M. A. Donahue Cm, Chicago; cloth.
4to pages, illustrated.) s. j w
PuTf bolocy For Teaehera."
"Psychology For Teachers," by, Paniel
Walford La Rue, brings to, bear upon the
problems of teaching the t principles of
psychology and their special applications
derived from experiment and observation.
Part One gives a broad, general view of
the science. Part Two"'"showsa nearer
auU more detailed view of the facts. The
usual segregation of the "nervous system
lo a chapter iri itself is not'foHowed.
(American Book' Company, New York,
Chicago, Boston, Gncihnati, Atlanta;
cloth, 316 pages, illustrated.)
iBternattanal Rare to Be 'Held 5rar
Paris This FalL;
The best speed 'aviators' of ibe, world
are now tuning their motors forjUayatSi
Gordon Bennett internationaljnHtial
race which will be held near sanrisl Seiv
temberf27 lo October 3. TheMirstj in
ternalianal contest was heht eieveo'ysslrs
ago and was won with a speedu iorty
seven miles an hour,uNO'One Jsiio can
not pilot his machine at therateW ,200
miles an hour is granlr? 'a chance
tne present race, sANA-nl
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America will be well revitsimtaiHar the
speed classic this year Tlfprines
villi be sent. Each is lotbe. drive br'a
man who has been fully' triea.Xaptain.
R. W. Scbroeder, holder of the worlds
airplane altitude record .of .33,-
000 feet, wdl pilot a vaW-hbrsepower
Cerville-Packard. A -Curtisrrow Spe
cial will be driven by Roland Rohlfs, a
wideiv known aviator. Howard Kiae-
hardl will be in the cockpit of a Hall
Scott plane; said to be capable of mak
ing 21S miles an huor. f
This is the unt iatexuMonai arvatston
race held since the -war 'and ft 'is difS-
cult to predict who the victors may be.
The development of the airplane since
the last race, has been eaormons. France
and America both have a chance of
winning permanent possession of the
Cordon Bennett tropvj,'slC'cTworth
$500. This goes, to the nation which
wins three races. Both ban won two.
In addition there will be monetary prizes
and much glory for the speedster who
"breaks tbe tape." " " ", V
SOLD ittH F TICKETS
IfrgTO Woaua Keeclvrs Prise for
Blffgest Sale for aTMscase.
Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson was award
ed first prize in the sale of tickets for
musical program held' at thei negro
Baptist church MondsrtasaUT She
told $102125 worth of tickets. rMrsT Jes
sie Bobnett, who rWdved the second'
prize in the contest, 'disposed of $58
wcrrth ot nckcta.
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Look at IHe
roads for twentq
around on a
i. i.r .. f. K p v
,, Sslscfyour tin mo
CDraJfntt to tha tomd
they harm to trartl:
In sandy or bally coun
try, wherever the grans:
i & is necta be heavr Tha-
: U.S. Nobby.
For ccdinarr coonrry"
.roads The U. S. CbauK
"Tot rront wfieeisr-Tha
- U.&v7Wa. a .A -
For best ra.uits:
as-ars-ar iiarsv U. J
Royal Cords." " v
vl .tnytBoref. Tlaiitomt-
close tactile center of tilings
-1 r.n sswin au--
toyiy&L 's.i, -its it isjA.T
-asyute next couiity -waa m
To hear some tire 'dealers
talk you might tbwk that
nobody knew aniiing'about
tires except tbe fellow iron
' t i s.
, tJFWto&aot tlaetaaiti we
nuaiinir owai oscatMast
We give fevery,mari credit
for knowing w-Aaf he is 0
spending his money on;
whether lie drivei "jupT here
in' his small car from ten
They make no distinction
owner ahd'the (Wner of-the
" ' biggest oar in the country.
It's all the! same to them,
So long as a man owns an
sUitomobile large, or small
''he's entitled, to tie very
' best fire they can. give h&n.
' ' v '
, Quality has always) been
the outstanding feature of -U.S.
r --.a - air. rtit Nl
aH't VU LUC VJ. O.'gUUIallalCC.
All U.S. Tires amruaraoteed
for the life oIriVe tire. VI
We have given a lot -of
thought to' this tire proposi
tion. There is some advan
tage iri being the represent-'
tiftles out. in- ife'-tiA&ry or ativesbf the oldestandtargest
rubber concern iri the wor!d.rv
Drop in the next "time IV:
atT! rlnvam Afiio itt-s inA
1- ' -
'is-passing through from the
capital in his limousine.
I - a " '
That's one thing we' like
you're down this wa? and
let us tell you some interest- - .1
ing facts about tires.
QUlNN BROSiAsMand', Mo.
R"L CLINKSCALES, Columbia, Mo.
, jf. E. PACE; Deer'Park, Mo.
United States Tires
J Ul,ckUk, lkr.drlU&
JIENIE HARDWARE. CO., Cdwnbra, Mo.
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