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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922
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RETUHNS FROM ARGENTINA
East St. I.olis Live Stock Market
Evst St. Lull's II Sept. 30. Cattle re
rtiiils 500; maiU-t stead) at same as
Hog receipts 5,000; 10 to 15 cents low
rr. llra.lc 'WO lu 10.23
Medium 10.00tu 10.25
Li'lit 9.75 to 10.15
IJ-Ii! light 9fflto 10.00
racking wi. 7.50ti8.25
1'is-. , 9.25 19.85
Uulk 9.90 lo 10.15
Sh.vp receipt 750; market flow, 2.
Ees 3.001O 600
Caiiners and cutlers 50 to 250
Wool lambs 10.75 to 13.75
St. Lous Ciosi.nc Cbai.n Futires.
(Courte) Ikionc County Milling Co.)
S.-pt. Wheat $1.05 X
Dec. Wheat 1.0PA
Ma Wheat 1.07SV
Sept. Com 63 B
Dec. Corn .59 A
Ma Girn .60!k
Sept. Oat .39 N
Dec Oats JJ7'-jN
Eddie DeLong, a Former Student,
Tours in South America.
I Eddie DeLong of Kansas Citj, former
(student in the School of Journalism and
a graduate of Princeton University, ar
med in Columbia jestcrday for a few
days iit at the Sigma Chi fraternity
DeLong has just returned from three
months traiel as an ordinary seaman on
a steamIiip transporting merchandise
In nml from Snutlt AmrriCJl. III? V.l.
one of fifteen college men who made the
trip for the experience.
DeLong sailed from New York two
days after ho had receiml his ilegree
from Princeton University. From New
York the ship went directly lo Rio de
Janeiro, making jhe u)p in mo weeks.
Frnm there the ship steamed to llucnos
Aires where a stop of two weeks gaie
DeLong and his companions a chance to
study the life of the South American.
Secretary of Slate Cliarles Eians
Ifufhes sailed for South America on the
same boat upon whirh DeLong and his
companions were employed.
DeLong has made no definite plans
for the immediate future but expects to
go into some line of journalism soon.
follows: President, Mrs. F. C Shoe
maker; ice-preideut, Mrs. Ida Uufftim;
recording secretary, -Mrs, Addic Conley;
corresponding -retar), Mrs. J. J. Op
lienheimcr; treasurer. Miss llertha
Eilzen and chaplain, Mrs. Winnie Crock-ett.
!of Maize" b) W. H. Eyster; -Studies in
the Nutrition of the Strawberry" and
The Ilelalion of Temperature and Blos
soming in Apples and Peaches" by V. R.
BULLETINS TO HE OUT SOON
Columbia Makket JIetort.
Prices to Farmers: High low Avr.
Green peppers, tloz. ..$ .20 .20 .20
Roasting cars, iloz. . .15
Tomatoes, lb .07
Eggs, duz. 26
iliitler, Ih. JO
Hens lb 17
I'.ooMrr-, lb .08
Spring Chickens, lb. .20
Cantaloupes do7. .. 1.00
fleets, doz JO
Sweet Potatoes, Im.
Cream, lb .35
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P. E. O. HAS RUMMAGE SALE
6 Researches Written Up ly Pro
fessors of the University. A
Six research bulletins containing tech
nical farm knowledge have been writtin
by professors in the College of Agricul
ture anil will be released shortly. The
bulletins will be distributed to scientific
workers in agriculture in other institu
tions and farmers advanced in sci'iitifie
The bulletins will lie issued under the
following titles: '"Observations in Wmler
Injury" by T. a Bradford and II. A.
Cardinell of the deptftment of horticul
ture of the University: ""Animal iNtilri
tion" b C. K. Moulton. 1 I). Haigh, and
P. F. Trowbridge of the department of
agricultural chemistry; "Inheritance of
Scarred Endosjierm and Size in Kernels
Northwestern Co-Eds Limit Dates.
The co-od of Northwestern University
of Chicago have agreed to have no social
engagements with university men on Mon-
dav, Tuesdays and Saturdays during the
coming year. Miss Helen Badenocb, pres
ident of the Women . Self-Covernment A
socbtion of the University, explained that
the action was taken because the girls I
believed that Ion many dates would inter
fere with a college man's athletics and I
that the school would suffer if the athletes
did not have the proper time for training.
Try Our Sunday Chicken
Eale Lunch Room
up over the
White Eagle Dairy.
ST. till IS COSING Cs C3UN nrci-s
Sjr United JVr'f.
Corn io. 2 white. 66 cents; u.
white. 65 cenlr.
Ojrs ;w 2 white, 41 crnts; .No. ."
while, 40'A to 40-"( cents: No. -I white.
39?i to 0 cents
Wheat (Kedt-Nn. 2, $1.12 to $1.18;
No. 3. $1.11 to 81.13; No. 4. S1.01 tj
$1.07; No. 5. $li)2.
Wheat thar.lt .i. 1. $1.09; N... 2.
il.07; No. 5, l.03
Tank nn IfflfKnn Afnti( PnmnlMo
The wpiir lank at the end vf Hu.1-1. J
avriiue lias nern omipuieti.
AH Kinds of Clothes for Sale
Money Goes to Treasury.
All kinds of clothes, hats, dresses
skirts, blouses and shoes were on sale
toda) in the basement of the Christian
Church, in a rummage sale held by the
P. F O. Society.
Gingham dresses sold for from 50 cents
lo SI. The average price for blouses
was from 25 lo 50 cent.
The mone) will go into the treasur)
f the P. E. O. The society holds two
mafinna 9fli mnnln am Inr riMint&
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and one in which a program is given. I
Tl... u., .,.. .. l.t.l. kill lu. fnr .1,
cushion of busine-. will be held Oc
tober 12. '
The officers of the J'. E. O. are as
Selling Old Magazines
Phone 392 Will Call
KLASS COM. CO.
Heat With Oil
Worthington Oil Burner
Fits any furnace
Far easier than the old
See demonstration each
evening, 7 to 9 p. m.
C. W. Vanatta
112 North 8lh.
quantity orders for
one dozen for
The best cold
Pure ice cream in
Don't Shiver at the
j Thoughts of Winter I
Get your warm sweaters, underwear and
j thick downy blankets now. We have all
I seasonable merchandise now in stock j
I I snappy coats, suits, and dresses, in clever
styles, and best quality obtainable.
Prepare for a comfortable winter. II; III
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AVHAT YOU WANT
OF THE BEST
AND IT COSTS
Our Sunday Dinner Specials
Cream of Chicken Soup with Asparagus Tins irir
Fresh Scolloped Oysters 25c
Fried Spring Chicken with Country Gravy Vn.
Roast Prime Rib of Beef Au Jus tZ
Baked Young Chicken Celery Dressing . 3qc
Glazed Virginia Ham with Candied Sweet Potatoes 35c
Baked Leg of Spring Lamb Caper Sauce . "
Roast Loin of Pork with Green Apple Sauce 25c
Breaded Tenderloin of Pork with Victoria Sauce ?fv
Boston Baked Pork and Beans . . 5Sc
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Member of American Bankers' Association
Cream Potatoes 5c
June Peas 5c
Sugar Corn 5c
Candied Sweet Potatoes ...5c
Sweet Pickled Beets 5c
Sliced Tomatoes 10c
Combination Salad 10c
Potato Salad 10c
-Waldorf Salad -. 15C
Head Lettuce 15c
Tuna Fish Salad 15c
Salmon Salad 15c
Fruit Salad 15c
Chicken Salad . . . ." 20c
India Relish 5c
Cherry Pie 10c
Fresh Peach Pie 10c
Pumpkin Pie 10c
Mince Pie ' 10c
Boston Cream Pie 10c
Green Apple Pie 10c
Blackberry Pie 10c
Neapolitan Pudding 10c
Ice Cream 10c
2 Doors North of Broadway on Tenth
You'll Want To Get Li On This
The sales campaign of the 1923 Savitar will begin Tuesday, Oc
tober 3, and will close at midnight, Saturday, October 7. Get your
Savitar this week.
Here's What We're Offering
To the individual who sells the greatest number of books, we
will give a
Free trip to the Nebraska Game at Lincoln, $30.
To the five individuals who sell the next greatest number of books
we will give
$10 credit at Levy's Shoe Store.
$10 credit at Jack Daily's.
$10 credit at Wolff-Bcrger Co., Ready-to-Wear.
S10 credit at Victor Barth Clothing Co.
$10 credit at Parson's Studio.
Also, the twenty individuals who sell the greatest number of
books will be placed on the Savitar Sales Staff, and will be given
picture space in the Staff section of the book.
Here Are the Prizes for Organizations-
The'two organizations selling the 'greatest number of books will
be entitled to
First, $50 credit at the Parker Furniture Co.
Second, $35 credit at the Taylor Music Company
To Enter This Contest-
Call at Room 1, Lowry Hall, any afternoon between 1 and 5 o'clock
in the afternoon. Details explained there.
THE 1923 SAVITAR
Bigger and Better
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