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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1922
HIE COLUMBIA EVENING
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JfMMifuii I'uttUaliinf AMnrlattoo. 1st... Jjy it.
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Cinirt Iim 12.00 Jl CO
4.1 in OnM . ?S 1.50 3 00
5uMe CxitlT 1:3 1M -30
Member AmJiI Bureau GrcnhnoM
fnleiej . beeond ClaM Mill Mailer
dent Harding's Association should be a
worthy antithesis to our present inaction.
I Villi sense and sentiment demand it.
PARKS rOK COLUMBIA?
I lAilcr a discuion lasting more than
cnt) ) cars, m the question of a sjstem
j free public pari', Columbia siill lias
ii par.. Fallowing the decision of the
p:v Council, that a one-mill tax for the
uinlcnancc of a svstcm of free public
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rk, as voted July o, couiu not be levicu
r several )cars Columbia Kill continue
I have no parks unlos tile citizens of
Tii- laws of Mis-ouri. a- fixed at the
itra 'cx"ion nf the Icyi-Ialure in 1921,
SiivMe that the tax -ecificil in such a
ark c'eclinn as Columbia held July 6,
Hull I- Vi'ol, collecteil in like man-
xt vvilh uliiiT peneral taxes of the cit).
Some of the road overseers in Docne
County -etm to hale adopted the attitude
nf a certain native of Arkansas, who nev
er repaired a leak) roof because, "when
course to their curriculum.
TI.e enrollment of 'Westminister Co!
lege at Fulton at noon Cedncday vvas
1 10. An enrollment of 200 is expected.
In a recent campaign to raise half
million dollars for new buildings and
it rains, its too wet, and when it ain't ,erdon merits subscriptions approximate
....... . .. I ing 5400.000 v.cre secured.
a railing, nai, jl jis iiuii I iircu 11.
Ill ehi'l I" known as the park fund."
2-c Civ Ciir.icil interpreted till stale.
lert to tnejn that the park fund should
c a part nf the general revenue fund
nikh b law is fixed for Columbia at a
Jtt2 rot exceeding 35 cents on the $100
ulualion. The council maintains that the
iTiIj step nun open to Columbia is to tote
h i.icrea-e to the general,cit) taxes of
tie mill to provide for the park fund.
sjcIi an election were field it would
pjuirc cnl) a majnrit) tote to pass.
It r.nuhl lie necessary to increase the
lies only one mil to proline me park
tied ral!il for by the citizens of Colum-
J July 6. The question of bujing the
lunihia (.as Works which was voted
ScplrmlwT 7, called for an increase
a the taxes ten times this amount.
lucrca-ed propertj values, with proper
b-l.s for children and adults, should ap-
jeal to een the most mercenary -minded
dire than that, Columbia is a growing
Sty, aril V uhl adopt a program of civic
fnprovcimnt that will insure its high
anding a a progressive city of Missouri.
Tn lay's best fiction; the railway time-ble.
IMPROVING MAIL SERVICE
The elimination of red tape from tho
"world's g'ratcst busine"," tile United
States postal service, has been the out
standing accomplishment of Dr. Hubert
Work, Postmaster General of the United
Previous to Doctor Work's appointment.
if a registered parcel were stnt from Kan
sas City to Columbia, and lost, the own
er would not only have had to prove his
les, but woulil have hail to tiiii a claim
in Kansas City, wail for it to be reviewed
and approved in Washington, and then
wait Mill linger to le. paid.
The new system, thrrugh the decen
tralizaticn scheme, permits the claim to
be allowed and paid in the cit) from
which the package is sent, without wait
ing for word from V a-h'njton. The
value of this new -j-tcin to ihc 112.000.-
000 customers that the United States pos.
tal struct lias, can be estimated after con
sidering ihat more than 2,000.000,000
packages were carrn.il by parcel jKist last
year. TJje largest express companv in
the world carried only 400.000,000.
In the Kstal banks of the country then
is $137,000,000 morn in sj.ings than in
any other bank. United Slates mails car
ry an average of $100,000,000 a day i.i
foreign money orders, uur orders in Eng
land averaging 5,000.000 pounds a da).
With 330.000 employes it is not to be
wondered at that thcre'are occasional
lapses. While it is true that a large con
cern can give liettcr service than a small
one, it is bkev.se true that the bigger
a business is the harder it is to manage.
The improved service will aid greatly in
for the maintenance of its department. HOUSE
The state appropriation limit, the num. .jncciacpt at Counc., Mee(J
ber of high schools wh-ch may add the of W S G
! The liosse presidents for the jear
were announced at a meeting of the ex
ccutive council of the W. S. G. A. at
4:30 o'clock Friday.
The list is, as follows: Kalherine
Mitherspoor, 506 Turner; Lucille Paul
e)t 601 Conle); Beulah Ellis, 716 Mary
land; Dorothy Jones, 605 Sanford place;
Hazel Cole), 703 Providence road; Fran-
ces Wilcox, 1205 Paquin; Mary McFar
land, 820 Ilillcrest; Edith I Ian mack, 301
Turner; Martha West, 719 Hm; Effie
Creevncr, 19 Alien place; Mary V. Stand
Icy, 1000 University; Margaret Milton,
Sampson Apartments; Mary Ella Steck
man, 609 South 5th street; Helen Dahn
ke, 716 Cenlr) ; Esther Ueboul, 722 Mis
souri; Selma Cartman, 1305 Wilon;
Katharine Wheeler, 707 Gentry; Mar
garet Graham, 1117 Universit); Blanda
Lee Puckctt, 719 Centry; Bertha Eloise
Johnstone, 901 Providence road; Mar-
jorie Roberts, 203 College; Clara Lie-
bovich. 1111 llouchellc; Mrs Wheeler,
O-car Kaithcl, of the Exchange Bank
in Jefferson City, probabl) saved G. D.
liubbs, his wife and a number of
friends from a very serious accident
Tliursda) night. He signaled the Bag
nell branch train to stop to keep from
hitting the automobile in which the part)
was riding along llic Ten-Mile drive. As
liubbs drove across the tracks, the lights
went out and in the darkness he drove
into an embankment, mot of the car
remaining on the track. Raithcl warned
the part) to leave the car and flashed a
signal at the train which stopped about
100 feet from the automobile.
of the Road-Making Properties of Mis
sour! Slone and Cravel"; "The Use of
Metal fjnndnclors to Prnterr IlniMI-,
From Lightning"; "A Report of Slcam!nuh StCDhens Co. Awarded Print.
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1923 SAVITAR WILL USE
HIGHEST GRADE PAPER
1303 Bmichelle; Aliec Barnett. 1517
The report of the Constitutional Con-I!oss; Elizabeth Agee, 1303 Wilson;
ration committee on legislation at Jef
ferson Cil) has been adopted by the Con
vention as a whole and has been sent to
the committee on phraseology for final
revision. Besides the provisions which
it includes for the length of legislative
-es-ion, making regular sessions sixty
da)s, revising sessions ninety days and
special sessions thirl) da)s and in-
creasing the u) ni legislators to siu a
da), the rejmrt limits the clerical help
aiToHeil to the Legislature.
The East St. Louis Cot inn Oil Co. cot
ton gin at Holland, thnc miles south of
Steele, burned with a It'ss of about $15,
000. A statement issued by the Missouri
Farm Buriau Feilerali'iu at Jefferson
Cit) states that ll.e failure of the Mis
souri Farm Association to lake aetinn
in the reient proposal for consolidation
with ihe Missouri Farm Buriau Federa
tion has hern met b) the farm bureau
"cadirs with a dcrlaratinn that the) in
tend to continue their fforts along this
line until the fanners of Missouri have'
Mar) llatton. Gamma Phi Beta; Fern
Bionks, Alpha Delia Pi; Frances
Pcihick, Alpha Phi; Cracc Duvsiug,
1416 Rose-mar) ; Ruth Barton, 602 Con
ic); Verbenia Thomas, 706 Missouri;
Hilda Wright, 707 Mi-souri; Alice Still,
600 Conle); I)dia Campbele, 718 Mis
souri; Dorothy Cannon, 703 Missouri;
.Margaret Filhian, Pi Beta Phi; Cornelia
Compton. Kappa Kappa Camma; Ger-
jaldine Spalding, Chi Omega; Ruth
Park-, 707 Hit; Laurenc lumber,
Bead Hall; Frances Turk, 609 Hitt;
I-orancc McKidd), 509 Hitt; Anita Hit-
rr, 509 Ninth 6th; Grace Frauens 602
Glad)s Krahn. 601 South 9lh; Mar)
Alice Milkman, 109 South 6th; Znra
Knnlmik, Welch Hall; Ijvinia Records,
201 llitt; Ta)e Padgett. 909 Elm; Edna
Cenlr). 315 llitt; U-ota Freeman. 1101
Paquin; Emit) Kc)lon, 1106 Pjquin;
Frances Wilcox. 1205 Paquin; Edna Cole,
100 Mathew.; lada Mae S hule. 406
Mathews; Martha Moore, 301 Waugh.
nne Sutherland, Sampson Apart.; Alice
Thompson, Sampson Apartments; Mar-
;aret Millnn, Samp-on Apartments; 01-
Boiler Trials Undir Ojieraling Condi-1
lions"; "The Economics of Rural Dis
tribution of Electric Power"; "Com
parative Tests of C)linder Oils";
"Artesian Water in Missouri"; "Fric
tion Tests of Lubricating Creases and
Oils"; "A Study of the Effect of Heat
on Missouri Cranites"; "The Economics
of Electric Cooking"; "Earth Roads and
the Oiling of Roads"; "Heal Transmis.
sion Through Boiler Tubes"; "The
Water Supply and Sewage Disposal for
Country Homes"; "Study Relating to
the Water Resources of Missouri"; "The
Preservation of Food in the Home'
"Belter Highways," and two bulletins on
country roads, drainage and culverts.
Carefully selected pamphlets have
been mailed, also, to principals of high
schools in Missouri. Among these arc
included "School Improvement-Agen
cies"; "Consolidation of Schools in
.Missouri"; "Handwork in Grades One
to Six" and others of similar nature.
ing Contract Year Book to
Hare 556 Pages.
the single powerful organization hjip ,, , .,,,. .. .. ... . ,
'College; Pauline Weaver, 302 College;
greatl) needed at this time.
NEWS OF THE STATE
The women have been accused of lack
Lf in:irst in politics. Is it after all a will lie received
ji-r of "After )ou get what )ou want )ou If"'1 macadamizii
1 . . improvement wi
,'ni I w.inr it .' 1 .
oil want it.
I Two ministers in Zion Gt) were ar
r$ted Iiccausc the) held pra)er meetings
iter 10 o'clock at night. It seems that
f c.i go Miners has its limits in 7.ion Cit).
A plant co-ling S31.000 is to lie built
b) the Boanville Light, Heat and Power
Co. to serve as an addition lo its present
building. The growth of Boonville has
made this step necessar).
Citv Engineer R. S. McKii.nev. of
Mexico, has announced that sea!I Lids
d October 2 for curbing
mizing Ulicrt) street. Ill
II cover a distance of
approximate!) 4370 feet.
Llo)d George Nicholson. John J. Can-. Fdra Knbs 403 College
ger. alias Fred llartmai, Tiddy Me)-' c!ic1it, Delta Delta Delta
-r, and Melvin Bird, a negro, sawed the The Council elettcd Marion IWry
bars frnni a window and escaped from vice president Edna Knbs secretary,
the Pettis Oiunt) jail at Sedalia. There Margaret Milton treasurer and Frances
is no clew of their whereabouts Pethick council r prcseiitalive. Plans
I for the W. S. G. A. mixer were discussed
The chief of police at Jophn has de-, Jn,i c,nrninee, appointed. Mi-s Eva
creed that flappers under 17 years nf J,.n.t,m emrha-ized p-eial points in
the cou-titution and Mi-s Florence
age who arc extreme in their dre-s mu-t
put on more clothes and spend more
time at home or go tn the state Industrial
School for girls. The police ofliccTs are
to use their own judgment as lo what is
Meisner gave a short talk.
U. OF m7 SENDS MUCH MAIL
SMYRNA IS IN NEED
80,000 Pieces of Second Class Mat
ter Arc Sent Since May.
Eighty thousand pieces of second c!a-s
mail lias been sent out from the of
fice of the University .publisher since
In an address before a joint meeting
e ihf Chamber of Commerce and the
vd.crtising Club of St. Louis Herbert
Houston, publisher of "Our World,"
nail: seme pertinent remarks regarding
kir action or rather inaction, toward
mi pe. Mr. Houston has recently rc-
'rucd Irom a trip ol observation, and
hat he sa)s. and the conclusions he
raws, arc based on both personal cxpe-
lence anil professional study."
"Either the association course pro-o-ed
by the President," he said, "or the
laguc course1 as-ured by two of the lead-
u mcmliers ot his Cabinet, would be
Soilhy nf America's great place in the
!-.!. 1 1.T. . T ; - ..1
soi ui inn mis ine-tiii maeiion IS inioi-
falile. ourcl), he went on to say it
no partisan plea to urge that faith lie
llrpt anil that either one or the other
foursc be taken without further delay."
(Homier, Mr. Houston did not content
lim-clf with appealing to the generous
rntiment of his audience.
II vv iiat wouta jou tnirux, lie asked, o:
he judgment of one of )our bankers who
declined to be represented at the reor-
iganization of a business in which his own
Lank was th largest creditor?"
I Judging bv the applause that greeted
ihe statement, there is no doubt as to
hat the business men of St. Louis would
think of the judgment, or sanil)of such
h banker, ct these same business men
f St. Loui-, and thousands of other en
Isible business men throughout the United
States, have lieen approving, through sj.
timer and inaction, of the judgment of
the banker Mr. Houston had in mind.
The analog) of the banker will appeal
with rqual force to the farmer and the
l.borcr, all of the millions of American
citizens who make up the list of deposi-
lors and investors of the banker.
Either Mr. Wilton' League or Prcii-
Gial that is near the surface and can
be easily mined has lieen found on the
farm of W. S. Daniels . near Alpha.
Steps are being taken lo organize a
company lo mine the product.
Mrs. Charles E. Mcver, chairman of
the woman's Democratic organization of
St. Charles Count), lias called a meeting
of the women of the count) to be held
in connection with the meeting of the
men's Democratic committee on Septem
A vote on a bond issue tn erect and
maintain a count) hospital in Chilli
colhe will be taken at the general elec
tion Novemlier 7. The proofed Iwrd
isue is for $175,000.
Christian Secton of City-
Say, Dispatch. Maj 1, and there ate still 20000 copies
The situation in Simrna i growing r Lulletins left. Besides ihe cenrnl
more ser.ous ever) hour, according to a catalog, eleven bulletins and two
dispatch sent b) John W. .Mace, Iielel i nouncements. have been compiled,
director of the Near East Relief. A li-t of bulletins, of which th
The Christian section of the cit)
burning; 390,000 refugees are crowding
into the Sm)rna region; more than
10,000 Moudanians are practically with
out food. The condition of innocent,
homeless refugees is tragic.
The Near Ea-t Relief is at the scene
of disaster with supplies.
an excess number, is now being sent
In ihi- li-t are: "Acetylene for Light
ing Country Homes"; "The Water Su
p!) for Country Homes"; "The Heating
Value and Proximate Analysis of Mis.
eum Coals"; "Friction and Lubricating
'Testing Apparatus"; "An Investigation
An estate of $1,000,000 was left by
James W. Garvc), who was murdered by
his son, Roy Garvc), according to a will
filed Saturday in probate court in Kan
sas Gty. The estate was left to the
willow, Emma Carve), a daughter, Mrs.
Helen Cordrc), and Roy Garvcy.
A meeting of the Odd Fellows of
Northwestern Misvjuri will be held in
Maiyville October 19. Meetings will
also lie held in Januar) anil April, the
mccling places Is be selected later.
William Woods College, at Fulton, has
begun ihe school year under the most fa-
orable conditions and the largest en
rollment in the history of the school. Dr.
Richard If. Crossfield is the newly elect
Howard Donahue, a negro, who es
caped from the penitentiary in Jefferson
City nine years ago vvas recognized and
caught b) a policeman in a small town in
Kansas a few da)s ago. He was brought
back to the penitentiary to serve the re
mainder of his term.
Are You Dissatisfied?
where you are trading
Give us a chance to please you.
If wc do not have hat you especially want, we
will get it for you if it is in the market.
on your special orders for special functions. Wc
take great pride in advising with you and secur
ing anything you may want for delivery at any
Remember the old favorite
GLASGOW GLORIANA FLOUR
Special this week
NO. 2 CLOVER BRAND PEAS
10c can; $1.20 dozen; $2.40 case
Scott & Jackson
"The Safe Place to Trade"
11 S. 8th St.
The Democratic state campaign wi
open in Mexico September 27. Accord
ing to the Mexico Evening Ledger, the
meeting will be held under a large circus
tent. The attendance is expected lo ex-cee-d
10.003. and special trains from
Kansas Cit). St. Louis, and other points
will bring the politicians and candidates
there for the occasion.
J. R. Daniel of Piedmont. Democratic
member of the Constitutional Convention
from the Twenlv-first District, dropped
dead in his rimm on Marshall street in
Jefferson (it). Frida) afternoon. His
death i said bv physicians to have been
caused b) heart disease.
Eight more Missouri high schools have
installed teachers training departments!
this year, which brings; the total numeber!
to 137." Each school will reicive $1500 '
Teacher o"f Voice
Tel. 1857 Green
To Whom It May Concern:
Sirs. Margaret Stevenson is a pupil of mine and of
Eduardo Sacerdote. She has a lovely voice, good mu
sicianship, a good understanding of the essential prin
ciples of singing and real teaching ability.
Marjorie Rose Ryan
Kansas City Conservatory
Lewis E. Baker, business manager of
the 1923 Savitar, has awarded the con
tract for printing this year's liook to
the Hugh Stephens Printing & Station
cry Co. of Jefferson Cit). The co-itract
was given on the basis of quality of
work and price.
The Savitar has been printed by the
Hugh Stephens Lo. for six consecutive
years. Ben F. Seward, an alumnus of
the University, is manager of their col-
lege annual department and takes a t
sonal interest in the printing nf the
The specifications call for 556 pages,
exclusive of the usual division pages
which are inserted by hand. The high
est grade of piper, a little heavier than
usual, is to be used. This will make
the book somewhat thicker than previous
The award of the contract was not
made until bids had been received from
all of the larger printing houses in this
part of the counlr).
On Fire With Ambition"
in St. Louis Times.
In a feature column of the St. Louis
Times, entitled "Tattle of the Times"
written b) Frederick R. IlarUiurt, ap
peared this verse on the Urder ol the Col. Cosgrovc of Boonville Sees
Golden Fleece, a new- organization per- Ambition Fulfilled
iccie-u iicrc wsi ,t-iv ojt ,c reu uaireu r.. 1..I- rc r n :ll. ..-11
, - , f r 1-1 -" juiiii sjj-hmi. vf tJvmiii I HIT lCi'
siuuenis oi me univcrii). me verse, i - ri..i.:. ,.i......l i.: -:-i...
-.:.ii -n- r:. ut.i. ai.:.:.. r..i -"- -"- "-s..su ...s i.;,,,)
""""-" " """ "" fourth birthday anniversary iiuietly
his home there September 12, according
the red licaus at .vtissoiiri u., ,C Boonville Advertiser. He received
With naught else, ecminglv, to do, j telegram of congratulations from
Have banded themselves 'in a club Charles R. Skinner, legislative librarian
For purposes some call flub-dub. rr ,c .ate of New York, who is an old
but I do not regard them - friend. Colonel Co-grove anil Mr. Skin
Since hair of auburn hue doth grow er were in Congress at the same time.
..os, ,re.,uenu) on nea.is ... ci. noi.i ,, ,us bfm ,,,,, c,,,,,,..., ambiliorl ,
Quite practical I desires I m told. !,. a ,,.,, acIOSS ,,ie yliavmti jU
And thu., it is dour, at M. U ja, ,.,mme s;nce 1863 am, he ccIc.
1 hose red heads take the wholesome i . i i .t i i it - . .1
i braled his birthday by walking to the
' site of the bridge, now in construction.
That great achievements always) wait! Colonel Cosgrove was born near Alex-
On those with fier)-tintcd pate; j aridria, Jefferson County, N. Y Septcm-
That all our greatest folk, in truth, ' ber 12, iai!5. He came West in 185'J an.l
Had red hair from their earliest youth, went as far as Colorado, passion throush
And thus did things lo cause amaze . Kocmille. He returned to New York
Set all the world, in fact, ablaze. and via- admitted to the bar in October.
So, to 'make sure, as well they should, 1353. c practiced law there until he
That present and the future good came to Boonville. November 19. I8K5.
Shall likewise be safeguarded by Bnonville has since been his home. The
Those whose bright locks are oft awr), I colonel was one of the original incorpor
ate students with such brilliant thatch I aiors of the Boonville Water Co, wa in
Have got together for to hatch strumental in establishing the citv's first
Lp schemes b) wjnch they all may get .sewerage s)stcra and aided in the paving
More fame than eer red heads won yet.
A Mr. Tripjie is president
He's quite a .natty, bright-topiied gent;
Then Mr. Ceary. vice, is k
Alert he helps his mop to glow.
The secretary is Miss Mohr
Her tresses in the shade throw gore.
They're on the watch to make a hit
With Flaming Fortune or be it.
of Main street.
FIGHTING SAN JOSE SCALE
I. O. O. F. ENCAMPMENT.
All members are requested to be at
the hall at 7:30 Thursday night, Sep
fmber 21. Fulton Encampment will
confer Golden Rule degree and Colum
bia Encampment will confer Ro)aI Pur
ple degree. Candidates for these de
grees are requested to be there. Re
freshments will be served. By order "'
Chief Patriarch. Auv
Lime and Sulphur Solution Will Rid
Trees of Insects.
1 The fall clean-up work against the
San Jose scale, the insect destructive to
orchards, has been started this week.
O. C McBride, an instructor in the
entomolog) department, and E. S.
Lto)d, a deputy inspector, began a two
month auto tour across the state, to in
spect' orchards and to organize meetings
for demonstrations in scale spra) ing.
This is done under the plant inspection
Reduce the High Cost of Living
CJe Majestic Hotel
llth and Has Stretts
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Eery Room with Private Oath
and Free Electric Fan
Single Ktom, $2.00 Per Da?
Double - 03.00 Per Day
"COMrOUT WITHOUT rXTRVGMCE"
Dave Celder. President aod Manager
C C Swmncy. Asl Manager
Like The Original
ii7ijj- the Right rrice.
Don't Get a Cold
Keep dry this damp weather and avoid illness. A
raincoat is indispensible these misty days.
A whipcord raincoat is at once smart looking
and at the same time as substantial as woven
wire. We have them in silk trim, beautifully
Gabardines, $18 to $35
Students will like our yellow college raincoats
with pearl buttons.
7. " Jr , Jf T
JTe Hold A'o Clearance Sales.
service of thf Agricultural Experiment
Station, by the department of entomol'
Prof. Leonard Haseman of the ento
mology department said that it was es
sential that these insects be destro)eiI
and kepfaway from the orchards as they
arc destructive to trees, especially those
of only a year's growth. Lime and
sulphur in strong solution, he said, is
ued for lidding trees of these insects.
.MEN TO INSPECT SURVEY
ENGINEERS TO BE CHOSEN
State Highway Commission Directs
Professors in Soil Department
Leave Today for Ray County.
Professors JL F. Miller and H. II.
Krunkopf, of the soils department of
the University, left last week for Ray
County where they will inspect the Uni
versity and federal soiTs survey that is
being made there.
II. V. Jordan, of the University Soils
Survey, is working there with II.
Sweet of the federal soils survey.
In the soil survey the University co
operates with the federal soils survey
tn cimoi- slum! tun lil!intie. II C3r. '
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The survey covers a whole county and
the investigators make a map which
shows the distribution of the various
soils as nearly as possible. These maps
are published and distributed b) the
United States Bureau of Soils. Similar
work is being done in all the states.
Sf Umiteu Ptsl.
Jefferson Cm, Mo,. Sept. 19.
.Members of the Missouri highwa) com
mission were to meet here todav to select
road engineers and designate districts
n .l,;,-h ihe proceeds of the first
$5,000,000 bond sale shall be pent.
This follows certification ot the lirt
M,l f lin.ls nf the S50.000.000 fund
authorized by the vote of the people to
carry en highway work in ttie siate.
Is the highest quality oleo
wholesome, yellow as gold,
tastes like creamery but
ter, and is the best substi
tute for butter on the mar
ket. 35c per lb., 2 lbs. for
65c. Try some. You will
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Compact fits in case only 4 inches
Complete has standard keyboard
with four rows of keys and no shifting
for figures and other standard
features just like the big ma
chines. Price, complete with carrying
John M. Dalton
Y. M. C A, Columbia.
Remington Typewriter Co.,
821 Pine St, St. Louis, JI0.
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to m oat a groat big bawl ot Ktllogg't tor
broaktost ovorjr mornlngl Sat I can't tparo any
today, Babbitt hont4t I can't!"
You can't resist ths appeal of Kellogg's Corn Flakes!
Pour out a bowl brim full of Kellogg's big, joyously
brown, crisp and crunchy! Was there ever such an
appetite treat! And, such a flavor! A breakfast or lunch
or supper thrill for big folks as well as little ones.
Get KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes for sure because
Kellogg's are the original Corn Flakes and so deliriously
good and so superior in every way that your delight will
be boundless. Please understand that Kellogg's are
never tough or leathery or bard to eat
they're always crispy!
Kellogg's are sold only in the RED
and GREEN package bearing the sig
nature of W. K. Kellogg, originator of
Toasted Corn Flakes! KONE ARE
GENUINE WITHOUT IT! Have
Kellogg's for breakfast tomorrow!
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