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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1922
Community Still Gives Evidence
That the Country Is an
Ideal Place to
for Hallsville where she kill do practice
Mi". Winona McFarland left for Kan
sas Cit) thi morning on a bu-inc, tnji.
Charles V. Wripht, who has been vi
iting his nephew. Lieutenant Satcrlcc, re
turned to his home at Lcavenwortli, Kan.,
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
EXHIBITIONS IN CHURCH
Prizes Will Be Gicn to Winners
in Usual Contests Bas
ket Dinner at
Tlie Perch-" rommamt is poinj: to vt
2 new precedent for rural Missouri with
its fair, October 18.
Back in 1911 wh-n the rr was raided
that the rountr) church a, pasins out
of ciitfence. Perche- flunp back a denial
ia thr form of a I nion Church Luilt at a
cost of over $5-000. in addition to the vol
untary labor of the people which era
iodi'rd she spirit of th- open eountrv. Now
lie un p'ople who built the church are
seeking to further community life by their
Missoau lia it State Fair, count)
fails and cvm fairs ia smalt villages but
a fair held in the ojie-n country, with no
miMinp- rryt the cliurch in which to
ditpiay Ui- exhibit i a departure from
tie cortomary gathering. This fair, how
ncr, is piing to be a real fair, with all
the usual dipla)-, conte-t and enter
lai&eirnts. There i- another element in
lis favor beide il- rovclty. It i-, going
IB be 3 clean fair. There will not be a
queMi03ab!e jtame or device on tho
prjocd. Even the dance floor has betn
rded out a not in keeping with the
spirit of enlerjtri".
.n exhibit of field crops at 10 o'clock
in the morning will -tart the program for
the da). It will be followed b other ex
hibits and entertainment-, and the climax
.uf the morning will be a basket dinner.
The big attraction if the day will be
the lire "-lock exhibit immediate!) after
Mr. 11 . King of Wichita, Kan
returned to htr home yetrrda) morning
after a -hort vi-it with her mother, Mrs.
J. A. Heibel. 1314 Walnut strict.
Mr. J. W. Forbis went to Ccntralia
F. J. liolin went to Uniuimlle jester
da) on buMnc-.
Herbert While left this morning for
Iligbee on tiu'ine.
1!. W. John'ton -pent the week-end in
Jefferson Oty on Iu-ine".
Mr. and Mr-. W'. V. Tipton went to
Kan-as Cit) je-terday to vi-it.
Mi Dai-) Ball returned to 'turgeon
jc-terday after vi-iting friend- lirw.
Dr. and Mr. J. 1". .Mitchell of lioche
port were shoppers in Columbia yester
day. Mr. Walter Miller lift ve'terda) for
Mexico, where she will attend a ron
Mi Clara Nebel, a nur in the Coun
ty Hospital, went to High Hill ye.tcrday
to i-it relative-.
Mr. W'. - Turner, 303 Conlcy avenue,
left ye-lcrda) morning for a vim in Ev
cel-ior 5inng-, Mo.
Mi Man L. Robin-on. of the pen
sion dni-ion of the Inner-it), I ft lor
Kennett, Mo yc-ttrday.
Mr-, j. II. Crew-, 709 Mi--onri avenue.
who ha- been -eriou-1) ill with Jieart
trouble, i able to be up.
Ml--. Lutie Palmer, who has been vi
iting Mr. W. 11. Xowell. Jr returned to
h'r home in Kan-a- Cm tin morning.
Mr-. W. C Polk, who Iia- been ti-iting
her daughter in the Lnner-ity. left tor
htr horn' in We-ton. Mo thi- morning.
Frank C MucLell and -on, Williant, of
Kan-a- Otv, were week end vi'itor- at
the home of hi- mother. Mr-. J. T. Mit
chell. Mi Norrinne Bartz returned to !ir
home at KevteMille. afler a week" viIt
ADOPTS NEW PROGRAM
Four Ki.Monfhly Meetings to Be
Held This. Year. According
Teacher-." Community Association will
ho!d four bi monlhl) meetings this year.
according to IS. E. Miller, who was re-
ccnil) i.'cUrd pre-ident. At the first
meeting, which will be held within the
r.ext two week. Hirer delegates will lie
elected to attend the contention of the
State Teaelur- --ociation, which will
be held in Kan-a Civ, November 15-18.
The Teachers' Community Association
i- a branch of the State Teachers Asso
ciation and ior.-1-ts of seveaty-'even
teacher- in cho.il of Columbia when the
enrollment i- 100 per cent. The arrange
raent of the meeting-, which was worked
out 1 1) W. I. Oliver, superintendent of
pubhc school- in Colpmhia, and Mr. Mil
ler, has been inder-ed b) all the teacher-.
During t! e first pait of each meet
ing, there will be a lecture. An intermis
sion of twenty minute- will follow in
wli.rh refreshments will Ie served. The
bu-int meeting will lie held after the
intermi'-icn. 1!) the introduction of bi
mont'ilv meeting-, it will be po-ib!e to
eliminate the called meetings which have
betn nece-ary in the past. Another
feature of the regular meetings will be
that Mr. Oncer will prc-cnt any com-mun'cation-
which he may hae for the
leathers of thi- count).
Mr. Miller hi- appointed two commit
tee tor tnee meeting. 1 no-e on tne
jrogram comriitlee are
'Columbia Rock Quarry Supplies
Will Last Hundreds of Years
The Fellow- and penccr rock quar
ries south of Columbia hac been pro
ducing much tonc the la-t few months
for the building of the various Inivcr
sity buildings now under construction.
But even with ,-uch a prodacticn the
amount taken awav i hard!) notice
able when the amount )tt available i
taken into consideration.
The Fellows quarr), on Hock Quarry
road south of Columbia, has liecn in
rock for the fini-hing of the new Uni
versity building Mr. Ftllow ha oiiened
a new quarry acro-s the road from
the ohl'r one. The rea-on for this a
explained by Mr. Fellows i- that after
a while the surfjee rock of a ijuarry is
taken awa and the ruck found deeper
in tlie ground i a blue rilor. The rock
found in all quarrit- around Columbia
is Iiire-tone formation, te-ting 99 ter
cent calcium carbonate with practically
operation for more than twcnt)-fie;m magneiuui.
)ears. J. II. Fellow of 907 College! Beide- the rubble rock for build
avenue has been operating the place for i purpo-e-, the quarrir- al-o produce
the last sixteen )ear and before thatlcru-he.l rock wlucli i u-ol in rem
it was owned and operated b) J. II. Gui
tar and later by 15. 11. Hall. Mr. Fil
lows said that at the present rate of
consumption there is enough stune to
la-t for 100 years.
forced concrete and street work. TIi
rock i- cru-lied irto several sizes, the
two inih and 1 inch -ire leing the mo-t
u-eil. Two inch rock i u-ed for wall
and footings and the one inch and undtr
Several new po-tage stamp- are Iieing
i ued this month by the Po-tofficc De
partment. La-t W'edne-dav a new lt-ccnl
stamp, ieacock blue, with a picture of
former Pres. Rutherford II. Hay on it.
was nlaced on -ale in Fremont. Ohio, in
lonnection with the centenary of the' wizard. Samuel R-hew-ki.
birth of llav in that town. The lir-t i lir-t tunc will take part in
stamp of thi- kind to come from the
prc-i v,a- presented to .Mr-. V. C. Hardin".
On flrtnlwr 1 n new S-, ent -lamn W1II1B. Janov-kv
be ready for di-trihution. Thi- Iitar- the
portrait of Theodore Boo-evelt, who-e pic-
(ture vtas selcvtcd, the Po-tollicc Depart
ment announced, betau-; thi- priced
stamp is mo-t widely u-ed in foreign cor-
-it I -. - !...;-. .1
re-ponuenee, ami in- tame. 11 i- ueiioi u. ,
In the year- that the quarrk- havciis u-ed in reinforced concrete work. All
been running thou-ands of ton- of rock! sizes arc u-ed in the con-truction of
have been taken from the ground. How-1 streets and street ba-f
ever, there js not an even amount of
production from month to month or
from year to year. Rock is quarriei!
mainly as needed and the amount of
building being done in and around Co
lumbia governs the amount of rock tak
en from the quarries. La-t year, while
good year, wa small in production in
compan-on with the current year in
which there will lie urmltirnl tlinn-na
: Mi Hazel Hoff-'of perch of stone, which i- the standard
Uinmrr. i tiwrrc- na- jipjji .-.t-m j.""" . , ,, trt r i -nr .1 - - L
xk, and the b-t saddle hore, farm "n -,,r-- n-1 0In- cvum ""'i'
teams, mule, colt, beef and dam cattle, ;t,rff1- .,,. . .,
lgs ami -hern will be found at the fair. -M'" AI- H"1("' "ten.ion pecul-
After the hve cock how the poultry ''" ' clothing went to Mexico Mo. ye
11 Iy exh bited. Perche ha- won fame d:,' b sbc "a- "' ' k1"' xhr
for poultry, particular!) turke) sand after omansCIub
iK priie, have l,een awarded for the va- J'r"- ? V Independence. Mo ,
rloas kinds of dikken. the turkey prize- , "' u'neJ home ye-terday mommg after a
vrffl be givea, aie! a grand champion rfcort ": w,th Mr- J- M- A1Ira' ''
pickt.1 from all the turkey. Mi-ouri avenue.
mm r . i .1.. .. ..-l i..i. Miss Luev Smith, who spent the week-
IDe 1J1T I going IO nave in--u-uai lido) i -- - - . . ,
ena wun cer -i-ier. .ujiy muii 01 jjii-- i
' nan College, returned to her hrae at
cf measuring stone ard i tijual to five
and one half yard-, and hundred- of
Ions of crushed rock. But even with
the mot spectacular building Imniri
hundreds of year could not exhau-t the
-upply of rock in Boone Counlv.
On account of the nece it) of bud
OF '97 VISITS SON
show. Premiums are to lie givn for the
T --- km an.! -rtr1 twines iiniler the irp
bf ( months, and for the be-t babies be- Mar-hall, Mo thi morning,
twees 6 atoi'Ji and 1 year. I, i,1"lrt h,jr',af lrrt ,n 9"
The dav will be ended with a senc- of '-umbia High School, left thi, morning
ronte-i,: "a "0-var.l la.-h for fat men, a f"r Li:iI l:ck- Ar lo attcml lhe ln'
Terf eb-Ue!e ra-e. a hog-calling contest. ,'-" " M'-souri Day at the bute Fair.
a ladS- Dow-dcring rontc-t and a scries ' Jlri- Jennie L. LrowTi and .Mi-s Mary . tOOth anriver-ary of the death of the
iif athleuc feats for th- lioys and girls. Shalts of Sedalia, who have lieen gue-ts j j.rcat p... Only 330 copies have been
'of Mr-- I-- II. Grav, left this afternoon i ..,,1,. i .u. n-,inal Hu-Ci. ls , th,
for Mexico to attend the D. A. R. con- ,,.: cr . i,ailaI1 t,m,u r n,,,..
man, .V!is Anna rinle). .vir. viargaret 1 .
Lew. and Mi. Eileen ljncastiT, Mr.
Oliver is an e-officio membtr of this
committee. 'I lie following are on the
iuniheon lommittee: Mr-. I W. Ilcn-der-on,
Mr-. Ha Bro art. Mi Mamie
Jacobs and Mi-s I.aura Mteu.
Mr. MiUer vi-itctl lhe different school
of Columbia last week in the interest of
membership m the tate Teachers Asso
ciation. By satarday evening be found G. H. English Was Leader of First
the following school- had 100 per cent .Missouri Glee Club.
tnrollment: Columbia High School, Jef-i r. II F-,-!;.!, f ir, , -..." i
ferson, Grant, Benton and Eugene Field Ba,e 0f ,. Univcr-ity in 1897, who ,J
-cho.1-. The inrollaieiil at lx-e School ed a jpgrre ; ,ah Wf) wtj
had not been compl. ted, but 100 lKr cent a, a mfts depTrr ,u. ,,. )car ,aJ
i expecf-I there. j,,, CoIumbia -,a.uri!ay anil 5lullla a '
-Columbia shownl 100 per cent enroll-1 lIie of IlN K(,H3rj En15j, a.
ment for -me year- in the pa-t and it ,lc pj,; i)e,a Tleta linu.e i
i- Imped it will continue," Mr. Miller Mr Eiisl-'It. who now pracli-c law in)
" i Kan-a Gty, noted with intre-t thej
L1BRARV HAS MANY CURIOS ' ""f,' aP'! .T '" """ !"""""!
'in the tneptjHidd year- -ince he wa- a
"Eusebius de Euvangelica"' Is Old 'tudtnt litre. The bmhling program, in.
est Copy in the Collection. jcrea-c in the stuiltnt Im1 and facultv.
The curio ca-e on the fir-t floor of sn" """ "nc "Rer sp,r,t were com
lhe Imver'it) Libra rv. which i -ome .nentid upon bv Mr. Engli-h.
limt given a 'light in-p.ction by pas- JIr- Engli-h wa urgtd b li. I. Hill,
mg student-, contain- -oire rare -peel 'alumni secretary, to be one of those to
mtns of book printed -o..n afl.r th. ' 'eturn at Homecoming for the Jungle-u-e
..f movable tvpe became known in ' li!m' banquet to be -upej i RoiKell
the fifteenth centurv. ' C)mnaium when "Old Mi oun" will
beaulifully illuminaled copy of the , be sung bv the t,rst Miuri G'ec Club
original manu-eni't of Dante s "Divine
'omcdv" wa- fri-entcd to the I'r.iver r!" ""'"' " organize!
ily n 1921 in commemoration of the
Some rock quarried at the Columbia
quarrie- i- shipped out to town nearby,
but most of it i con-umed in Columbia.
-several vear ago some cut s!ne wa
produted at the quarries here, but not
enough could Ie -old to warrant the
purcha-e of machiner) to do this sort
of work, and as the tuning by hand is
exlrtinely eiptn-ive, mo-t cut stone
u-cd in Columbia i -hipped here from
the quarrie at Rtdford, Ind.
A by-product i produced when rock
for building pjrpo-- i- cru-hetl. This
toda) has a rather extensive commercial
value and the quarries sell all that they
produie. It is lime du-t and i- u-ed as
a fertilizer whtre land ha- become sour
am I unproductive.
CHESS TOURNAMENT OPENED
Champion Players of World Are
7, l mVrJ I'ICiU
Nlh Yonk, Oct. 10. The Ninth An
nual American Che tournament hj
ctned here at the hotel MeAlpin. The
chief attraction of thi- tournament is th"
participation in it of the young rhe-s
who tor tht-tournamrnt
where ma-ters ami i hampioiis part.cipate
The oilier participant- are: Frank J
Marshall, pre-tnt champion of I. ..
champion of trance; Kl
want Ijskcr. cliampuoi of Western
State-; Charles Jaffe. former c hampinn
of ". !. Slate-: S. Uiajc-, eliainpion
d I. R. L. Progressive Che- Club: M
Shapiro, champion of Manhattvi Che
Club: John F. Bern, champion of Ma a
You gel service and satisfac
is more nearly univer-al than that of any
other president. The date of the release
of thi stamp i the anniversary of tlicjU'Rh fcchool Organizes
birth of Roovelt. The Radio (Jub fu (m
On Armi-tite Day, "Sovemlnr II, a nevv t
which will hold ,! reunion here -hortly,
and during the W'oihl War he wa a
Iieu'cnant-colon"! with the American
j force- in France
Mrs. Clara John-on went to Marshall
yetcrda) on bu-inc .
Fred McKenzie went to Minneapoli
yetterday lo attend the dairy show.
Mi-s lioltli Gw-e returned to Hall--lille
ycterday after vj-iting friends here.
C L. Dietz, soil speciali-t. will be in
Seett Countv doing soil terracing work
Jhn F. Nichol-on, state extension
gent, is doing cxtcn-ion work in Dent
County thi- week.
W. II. Ru-k. animal hu-bandry special
it, began his feeding deraon-trations in
Ray County yesterday.
I. M. Page, state extension agent, will
contlucla seed potato insjicction in South
east Mi-ouri tliis week.
E. M. Harmon, dairy extension agent,
left Surday to attend the National Dairy
Show at ?:. Paul, Minn.
Fred Cro-bv. state extension agent, is
In Ca Counly doing poultr) certification
work. He will fini-h tomorrow.
Miss Mary Robinson, home economic ex
tension agent, will conduct millinery
school in Dunklin County thi week.
W. II. Baker, state extension agent, be
gan his cxtcn-ion work in Shelby- Counly
yesterday. He will fini-h tomorrow.
C. E- Carter, field crop extension agent,
will spend the first part of this week in
Andrew County doing better seed corn
Miss Fra Clark, home economic exten
sien agent, will be in Nardaway Count)
cUinfi hoeiielioid management work this
Mi l-fU Martin, home economic ex
tension agent, began her work in Harri
ett CouHty yesterday. "?Iie will finish
II. I Shrader. jioultry extension
,peaslist, will spnd lhe entire week in
Southwest Mi-souri d'ng jioultry certifi
cation work. "
Mi-s Anna D. Root, -late extrn-ion
ageflt, began Kr tommunit) organization
wBtk in Buchjiian Comity ye-lcrdav. She
will fini'h tomorrow.
Mi W'inified Evan, a student in Har.
din College at Mexico, returned home
yesterday i(lcr vi-itmg Mis- Anclla Gra
Jam and -Mi- Ehzabtth Henry.
Mi Dla V. Dobbs left this afternoon
few North Platte. Neb. where she will '
oddrcM the -tate Teachers' Association.
She will abo go to Alliance, Neb.
lid, Mayt Harland Ma)cs and Jack
FiilbrigUt, student- in the I'niver-ity last
year wlio are now at Harvard liave wntttn
llut they arc living at 103 Craigie Hall,
Miss Margaret Bargcr, of Sand Point.
Idaho, who has been vi-itirg relative
in Columbia, left this morning for Inde
pendence, Mo, where she will vi-it Mrs.
C D. Rogers and familv.
Mis Sala Evans of Farmington went
to St. Louis this morning to attend the
W'. C T. U. convention there. 5Ii- Evan-
ha been in Columbia the last week for
the Preb)teri3n S) nodical Meeting. Onl)
a )ear ago, she returned from Japan
where she had been a missionary worker
for over twenty year.
ilv, and the I llirarv of tin- Lmvcr-itv
v.a leader of the
words to "Old Mis-ouri" were compo-ed
for the first concert given bv the club '
Mr. Engli-h was manager of the Mi
ouri football team in 18. wa- a mem
bor of Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delia
Theta. and Q. E. I!. II. He wa- .i mem-
i .r ..i.i r i vi. v ..i..-
was deemed ! sulticient importance In)"" ' "'" iupjii) j, ui--ou.i ...iuh
lereive one. It i- on di-pla) in the ca-e j teer during the pani-h- rcerican War.
Heat With Oil
W'orthingtjn Oil Burner
Less expensive, nAzt, better,
cleaner Fits an) furnace.
Far ea-ier than the old fa-hioned
trouble -ome wa).
See dcmon-tration each evening
7 to 9 p. m.
C. W. Vanatta
Tin Shop 112 .North 8th.
itol; S3, American.
ACmaJe like new; featherbeds
We also make new mattresses.
COLUMBIA .MATTRESS FACTORY
"ot of Ie-s intcre-t are two elav tab
let- on di-play which were u-ed bv ll
Babvlonian- 20H0 vear- B. C They arc
covered with lirvgl)phic that, when
tran-Ialed. tell of a butcher's lull for one
kid goat killed for market and of a
legal matter of that time-.
The olde-t Jook in tlie collection of
the Librarv i- a cop) of -Eti-ebiu- ch
I-iijneelirn " wliii li wa tirinleil ill
' 1 197. This hook vcas "iven lo the 1
UNIVERSITY HAS CASTS
OF FAMOUS STATUARY
In Museum of Classical Archeology
Are Models of Ancient
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brar) by Dr. Richard Sutton of Kan-a
In the museum of classical archeology
of the University, on the third floor of
Jcsc Hall, are a number of copies of
statuar) that ere would liave to traved
through Europe to ee in the original
Those in the mu-eum are plaster ca-t.
but with the shape which the ('reek
sculptor carved, a a model, a good im
agination can easily reconstruct it in Pa
There are the world famous Venus of
Melo, the Venus of Medici and the head
of the Cnidian Aphrodite for those who
love tlie representations of that goddess.
One might care to know what Sophocles,
and Euripides looked like, even though
their tragedies arc no longer read. A hjt
of the latter is there and a full-length
figure of Sophocles. Several statutes of
Diana, Apollo and Minerva arc in this
museum, as well as the Apollo Belvedere,
Praxitles conception of Hermes and ll.e
infant Dionyiu, and the head of a at)r.
One of the caiyalids from the famous
Porch of the Maidens of the Ercctheum,
Diana's temp'e, stand- in the room. The
Laocoon group, the tragic story of which
is told in Virgil's Acneid, and the part of
the frie-c of the Parthenon, d-picting the
fight of Zeus with the giants, and the ma
jestic winged victory of Samotlirace, line
Another well-known statue i the Di-cu-tlirower.
Photographs of most of the
ma-lerpiccc of classic sculptors arc in
Food For Children
'Home Cooking Served in
"Silent Booster" Lives in Orcjron.
Those from a long way oil and way
back seem to register Tig-r tnthusiasm
, in inverse proportion to their proximity,
j Scott Have, graduate of the cla- of "73,
1 t now linne in r.ueene. ure- declares
IUrrard Universitv. Cambridge, Mass. himef a ,;,., booster'' of the Uni-
Mrs. II. If. Frenzel and two children, , ,ersitVi wfcfn hc M(J a chfck for four
v! have, been visiting with her sister, J timfs ,he amnunt solicited for the Al-
Atrs. W. A. larr, went to Stillwater. uani Camera Fund.
Okla., thi- morning where she will visit
friehds and relative.
Mi-s Thelma Phillips, a student in the
School of Education, left thi morning
LUNCH ll- 1.30
TEA Zoo-S.oo I
DINNER 600-7.30 1
John L. Piatt's
17 South 9th
I will organire for tin- tc-rni at H-
50 cent stamp will be plaoe-d on ale. It j '- meeling at :M ci.'wl, lliur-dav
!ars a picture of the Arlington amphi-j afternoon. It i open to alt -Indent
theater and the tomb of the Unknown ,
Until recently the Po-lofficc Depart
ment ha sold a 13-cent stamp, but that
ha been di-continued. The stamp- which
can be bought afler llie-e new i uc- arc
added, together with their deign-, are:
One cent, Franklin; 2 cent, Washing
ton; 3 cent, Lincoln; 1 cent. Martlia
W'a-hington; 5 cent. Roo-tvelt; 6 cent.
Garfield; 7 cent, McKinley ; H cent.
Grant; 9 cent. Jelfer-on; 10 cent, Mon
roe; 11 cent. Have; 12 cent, Cleveland;
It cent. Indian; 15 cent, Slalue of Ub-
ert); 20 cent, lo-emile; i cent. Niag
ara; 30 cent, buffalo; 50 cent. Unknown
Soldier; 51. Lincoln Memorial; ?2, Cap-
AH private chicles used in the City of Columbia,
except baby bujjgies in :ictie service, arc subject to a
license tax for the year beginning September 1st. The
tax on motor vehicles is graduated according to the
The owners or keepers of dogs in the City of Co
lumbia, are required to pay a license tax on each dog
over four months old of $1.75 for the year beginning
October 1st. It's a misdemeanor to keep a dog in the
city -without paying the license. These laxes are now
due, and delays are dangerous.
John S. Bicknell, City Clerk
I Protect your
repair jour rooi before cold
weather ctmes. Best of work
bv skilled men. We guarantee
Ill N. flth Phone 2152
Make Your Spare Time Pay Dividends
We have an attractive offer that means real money to
men who are willing to earn it. Juniors and seniors,
who are acquainted with the town and student body, are
desired. References absolutely essential.
For appointment write.
P. T. Lee,
SLAIt arc approved by the
fictional Hoard of Fire
look better-wear better
give better protection
QUALITY and QUANTITY
"You gef more
shines for your
'You pay more
but get more
See the new York model Console
Brunswick only $150.00. Ta)lor Music
Parties a Specially.
Special Dinners, Wednesday,
Friday, and Sunday to Reser
Lunch, Tea and Dinner Daily.
o S. 0th.
j iiiKlffi ff
3 1 Sm HBPsfeiJ
1 CCr5-r -o BB-if Y3.
f if-Mt end Pattet for White.
Liciud and Pae for White.
Tan, Brown and Ox-Blood Shoei.
YOU cannot place too much importance on the
subject of the right roofing for our home. You
know how very much an attractive, distinctive roof
adds to its appearance. And also, how important
it is to have durable, scaled-tight, fire-resisting
Vulcanite Hexagon Slabs give you these desir
able features in a way which no other shingle pos
sibly can. The pleasing dcsign.in cither jade green
or Indian red, makes an especially attrsctrv c roof.
And the patented construction gives you a double
thickness at ccry place. It also reduces the ex
pense of application, for each slab automatically
spaces itself. A Vulcanite roof resists fire and the
cutting wear of weather. It always lies flat and
is an enduring source of satisfaction.
Ask your lumber or building supply dealer to
tell ou about all the Vulcanite roofings. There
is a wide range, from roll roofings for large build
ings and small, to individual shingles for the most
decorative roofs. All are built up to the high
"Beaver Quality" standard, identified by the
All patented Vulcanite Roofing specialtiel
are trade in both jumbo and standard trrilhts.
Two other Vulcanite
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THE BEAVER PRODUCTS COMPANY, nc, BuBilo, N. Y.
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only by the ulcan.te KoofinJ Division of The leaver Products Compan), Inc. They are the only
shinties made which can ive )ou all ol these distinct advantages. (1, Beautiful ha4on din nith
double thick butts. (2) Double protection everywhere, tf) Automatic spacing and low oppi.cation
cost. (4) tire resisting. Insist on the genuine. Identified b) the Heaver trade-mark.
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