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title: 'The Columbia evening Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) 1920-1923, October 20, 1922, Last Edition, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOtJRTAN, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1922
TELLS THE WORLD OF
BARN WARMING TODAY
The latot tiling in cows was to be
rn this morning South of Academic
Hall. He graceful legs were striped
gulJ and Mack, the lines graduating to
larger bands done in broad sweeps and
nines Her tail likewise was executed
in 'pot and streaks while the enduring
brown f)es looked out from huge gold
painted spectacles. At the optical cen
ter nf itne of her broad ides was the
slogan "Beat Nebraska," on the other
U. L. Hill, alumni recorder, ordered
out his motion picture camera and en
dcaiored to get the animal to ghe a'
snappy inteniew. ie procd so docile
that it took the combined efforts of
eeral a-sManN who cio-cd heartily,
to cau-e the beautiful creature finallj to
execute a few catort;. and swi-h her
We hate thoroughly investigated and
f i i - . .. i i
we can una no cirw a- 10 who pui ner
there." said John 01-on, manager of the
llarnwarming. "An award will be made
to anjone who can find out about it."
oeral tudcnt tried to buy the cow
at thf (-Op for a oucmr.
Ami that wasn't all that happened.
U hen a janilnr opened the door of
Academic Hall, a dozen white chickens
flew in his face. The janitor's eyes
lulled. White chicken- were everywhere
- jierclied on the fire extinguishers, the
in) painting- that grace the walls, the
Iiam-ters flying, crowing, flapping a
hundred or so of them.
hen the -ludent- began to arrive, j
fialher- were -trewn all over the fir-t i
flour. Janitor- were exhau-ted. The i
la-l chicken was catching up on sleep
in a Lu!i at the entrance to the hall.
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TOl'RXAMEXT TO HE
Champion Golfer of Country
to He Determined.
The fir-t 18-hole round of the Co
lumbia Country Club championship golf
tournament which will la-t until next Wed-
jie-da), tarted tinlayon the club's links.
Thoe who are matched for the tourna
ment are as follows: O. M. Barnett x.
W. C Bowling; V. G. .Manly vs. DK
Scott; T. K. Catron v. James Garth;
Weldon Cotton vs. Dr. A. W. Kamp
schmidt; J II. Somerville vs. G. V.
Hearing; F K. Rolling vs. J. S. Rollins;
Thoma Mcllarg vs. C C Bowling; W.
I I)art v. J). A. liobnett.
The second round will be played from
October 26 to October 29, the third on
October 30, and the final round of 36
holes will be plaved on November 2 and
A consolation flight will be staged for
those plajers who are defeated in the
The players in c!a- A are: W. C
Gib!.-, L W. Berry. F. C. Harris, W.
B. owell. E. I!. Childers, C. B. Rollins.
Thomas Taylor and R. L. Hill.
NEW INVENTION IN RADIO
Possible to Pick Up High Tension
Current With Electron Tube.
By I'nttei Pieit.
Aibm, N. Y, Oct. 20. Operation
of trains by electrical energy transmitted
through the air by electron tubes, the
newest invention in radio, was forecasted
bv Dr. Irving Langmuir, radio exiwrt
of the General Electric Company and in
ventor of the new tube.
Such devices will probably be used
not merely for radio purpuses but may
ultimatelv play an important part in such
problem- as the electrification of rail
roads and the Iran-mi ion of power over
long distances bv means of direct cur
rent," Doctor Langmuir said.
Thu-. he indicated, power generated
at Niagara Falls might be sent through
Xhr air and picked up and used to drive
machinery in San Francisco.
The mo-t amazing thing about the
new tube is that its high efficiency is
gained by the successful welding of cop
per and glas-, a thing heretofore re
garded as impossible.
Our increase in business Jn the last four
months has been very gratifying.
It has gone beyond our expectations.
It has been through our customers that this
has been possible, and we want to thank all of
you. If we please you tell your friends.
A Few Specials for This Week
Try Our Boiled Ham
35c per lb.
Fancy Jonathan Apples
10c pk. $1.50 bu.
No. 1 Quality .Macaroni, Spaghetti and Noodles
4 packages -10c; 1 do?, pkgs. 90c.
Try a sack of Gloriana
Sailed Peanuts Fresh None better few so good
$2.00 for 2 bushel sack $2.50 for 2 1-2 bu. sack
We look for higher prices.
I. B. JACKSON, Grocer
"The Safe Place to Trade"
11 South 8th St.
Phone 74 NO WELL'S Ninth at Walnut
TIME is the most valuable Mustard Greens, lb.
of the house- ?P"iac n- -ll-
wife. Extra and unneces-
, Spanish Onions 10c
Fancy Cabbage, lb.
CHRISTIAN MEN TO .MEET
Conference Will ISc Held at Kansas
By Vnitel rmt.
Ka-v.s Cm. Mo. Oct. 20. Chri-tian
business men from all parts of the
Cniteil States will hold a general con
ference here tomorrow and Sunday.
The purpo-e of the meeting is to bring
Christian business men clo-er together,
inspire them to apply Christianity to
business and to promote the foundation
of men's Unity Club- throughout th'j
country. A succes-ful conference at De
troit in 1923 i- planned.
Representatives of Ohio-, Michigan,
Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Maryland. Cal
ifornia. Nebraska and other states have
promised conference officials that they
will be repre-cnted at the meeting which
will start tomorrow.
W. C. T. U. ASKS CHUKCH AID
Campaign Against Light Wine and
IJecr to He Carried On.
By United Prtn.
Dicvtiiu III- Oct. 20. All ministers
in the state will be a-ked to set aside
Sunday. Octolier 29 to carry on a cam
paign in churches and Sunday -chool
against the beer and light wine refer
endum at the November election.
Tin- action will be taken bv the Illi
nois W. C T. V. convention here.
A re-olution was passed urginc voters
to return the referendum ballot un
marked at the elec'ion as to maik it
would mean accepting the claim of wets
that the liquor traffic could be re-e-tab-li-heil
without removing the Eighteenth
It was al-o voted to a-k the Illinois
Senators to secure more enforcement of
ficers for the Vol-tcad Act in this ate. I
sary minutes spent ill the Fancy Cucumbers, each ...15c
details of housekeeping rob Sweet Peppers, dz 10c
you of time that you need Cauliflower, lb 25c
for recreation, social and Celery large, ea. ...... 10-1 5c
familv nhlirraHnrx; Ynn Red Globe 0nl0s- lb ,c
lamily obligations. I ou Sih.erskin onions, lb 5c
save time when you buy Apple Cider 50c
your groceries from Now-
ell's. You know Nowell( Quality Vegetables
quality so that you cam
safely order by telephone Seet Potatoes, lb 4c
and vet pay no more than ima beans, lb. 15c
you wou d for like quality 5 y.yyyyyy.
wiuiout iNOweu service. f ,New Carrots, bunch .....i72c
j New Beets, bunch . . . '. .'!'. 10c
Fresh Fruits ; Pa1 h . . . . . ioc
' Fancy Idaho PotaU es, bu $1.25
Quinces, doz 75c Cobbler Potatoes, bu $1
Elberta Peaches, basket i Cooking Apples, peck ....25c
40c; sack 8oc
Tokay Grapes, lb 25c
Bartlett Pears, doz oOc
Lemons, doz 50c
Valencia Oranges, dz. G0c-$1.00
Watermelons, lb 2c
Cranberries, qt 20c
Grapefruit, ea 12'j-15c
Bananas, lb 12'yic
Preserving Pears bu. $2.50
Peck ". . . 65c
Iceberg Lettuce, lb 35c
Crabapples, peck $1
Those who want
Bargains and Serv
ice will find it prof
itable to patronize
No. 10 cans Fancy New
York Fitted Cherries
No. 10 Fancy Rhubarb
Phone 74 NO WELL'S Nint.h at Walnut
Baked Veal with Oyster
Roast Young Pork with
Prime Roast Beef with
Roast Lamb with tiny
Baked Loaf with Tomato
Broiled Century Steak
Fried Smoked Pork Sau
sage with brown potatoes.
Fried Oysters with Pota
Try our home made
mince meat very fine.
"Where Quality and Sani
tation Reign Supreme"
Is what you get for your money in buying
2P Ounces for &fr Kft
J Kfj (More than a pound and a half F-L A H
y for a quarter) titemjG
For over 30 years
WHY PAY WAR PRICES?
MILLIONS OF POUNDS BOUGHT BY THE GOVERNMENT
Frying and Baking Chickens (3 to 4 lbs.) lb 20c
Fat Hens, per pound 22'Sc
Skinned Sugar Cured Hams, While They Last, lb. 27'2c
Potatoes, 15 lbs. 28c; 30 lbs. 55c; GO lbs $1.00
Sweet Potatoes, very fine, lb. 5c; 6 lbs 25c
Red Globe Onions, lb 2'2'c
Fresh Cabbage, solid heads, lb 22c
Fresh Turnips, lb 2c
Celery, Jumbo, very fine, stalk ; 10c
Grape Fruit, 4 for 25c
Grape Fruit, 3 for ' 25c
Assorted Cakes, fresh, lbj. 20c
Missouri Honey in Mason jars, 3 lb. jars, jar 80c
20 bars Swift's Quick Naphtha Soap $1.00
20 bars Pearly Wave Soap $1.00
20 bars Olive Oil Toilet Soap $1.00
12 bars Wool Toilet Soap : 75c
20 bars White Dove Toilet Soap $1.00
A. R. LYON
20 S. Ninth Phone 303
Then feed the producers
'g$c the best balanced ration
Red Ring Hen Feed
Red Ring Dry Mash
Certainly you cannot afford to feed a hen that
is not a good layer or a pullet that is not properly
developed. Get rid of them, then feed for eggs
and you will have a profitable flock: Get Red
Ring feeds from your grocer or phone No. 9.
Boone County Milling and
Makers of H-P Flour.
Columbia Agent for all Nutriment Candies.
ORANGE CRUSH BOTTLING CO.
Swift's Brookfield Pork
Sausage, 1 lb. carton ..30c
MEAT Shoulder roast of pork, lb. 20c
FOR ure meat hamburger, lb. 20c
HEALTH Shoulder roast of beef, lb. 15c
Pure pork Sausage, lb 20c
-so far as known Veal roast, lb 1714 c
It" Zt T go. 1 Bloater Mackerel, ea. 50c
harmful." Boston Beauty Mackerel,
Dr. Graham Luk, each 20c
Professor of Ph)sio!o- Queen Olives, per pint 25c
Ey, Cornell Unhersity Sweet Relish, per pint 25c
.Mdicai college. Genuine Dill Pickles, 3 for 10c
New Packed Kraut, per lb. 10cj
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This Dainty Dessert
Perfects a Successful
dinner or redeems a
Your favorite fountain
caters to a select, discrim
inating trade that's why
it serves Frozen Gold.
Frozen Gold is made un
der ideal sanitary condi
tions. It's a food, not a fad.
White Eagle Dairy
Just Call 360
the original Corn Flafc
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"Say, Mail, $ hmpm
sc don't hmv any
bit whtl wr mat
ing Klloggs Cmrn
Flmkt, 'caw I Ukm
Ktllowtf so much
that thm US will tt
Kellogg flavor and Kellogg crispness are so
different that there can be no comparison be
tween Kellogg's Corn Flakes and imitations.
Little folks quickly say, "Get Kellogg's,
Mother please," because Kellogg's arc never
tough or leathery or hard to eat! Kellogg's arc
always so delicious that big bowls quickly dis
appear and eager little mouths appeal for more!
And big folks appreciate the superiority of
Kellogg's because their flavor is so inviting.
Kellogg's are wonderful!
Insist upon Kellogg's the
kind in the RED and GREEN
box that bears the signature of
W. K. Kellogg, originator of
Kellogg's Com Flakes. NOSE
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