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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1922
LAST T. LOCK LHE STOCK MACKET
By Ca(W fmx.
Citlle Itcccipts 3,000; market slcady
Natoe Iwef flrcr 7.00lu 8.23
Yearlings ami Iirifcr.... 5.50 b 7.50
Coats . ...... 4D0 to 5,25
(Unnrt. anJ cullers 233 to 3.25
Stvckcr an J feeder .... 4.00 to 6.00
Hop rweipN 15.000; market 5 to 10;
Mnliuin ... 8.15 to 8.40
Ij-hl 8.13lo 8.40
Liflit lipli! 8.13to 8.40
I'aclins -us 7.09to 7.50
Pip 7.75l 8.13
Bull 8."-1to 8.10
tliecp receipt 1,090; marf.rt nomirull)
r.if. ................. to to l)
Canner ami cutlrrs . . 1.50 to 150
Wool lamb- 13.25 to 1GIO
COLIME1A JUBkCT RIPOBT
I'rice to Farmers: IIi-:h Low An.
??, tloz. ......... .45 .45 .45
Hutler, lb .40 .40 .40
Hen, lb 18 .17 .IV&
Koo-'er- .08 .n .03
5trinf chicken lb. . . .15 ".14 .14"r
Duel.-, lb .15 .15 .15
Cee-e, lb 15 .15 .15
TurlcjN lb. .40 '' .lO.M
Mill, c-t 2.00 i00.2D0
Cream, lb 49 .49 .49
T. U)ll CLOMNC CA5II CRiLV PRICES
Corn No. 2 vhite, 75c; No. 3 uhitr.
7.2'ie to 73c; December corn, 51c; Ma)
com. Sir; Julr com. 70-Xc
Oat Nn. 2 white. 47c; No. 3
white, 47c; No. 4 xhile. 46"ie, May oais
Wheat No. 2 reJ, fU9; No. 3 red.
S1.34 to SU7; No. 4 red. J1.20; No. 4
liartl. $1.15; No. 5 hard. J1.07; December
wheat, $1.15i; .M, 41.11s; Julv
BOBBED HAIR UNDER NETS
Oklahoma County Officials Will
Hire No Short-Haired Girls.
OkLAHOMt Cm, Dec. 20. Girl with
shorn lock will not be employed to fill
clerical positions at the county courthouse
here, county officials announced.
Too much time is !o-t in keeping the
hair prcentable, the officials said. Bob-Letl-liairetl
girls now employed will net
lue their jobs, but will be required to
keep their hair in nets, it was decreed.
Guy N. Berry Sells His Home
Guy N. Berry sold his home at 15
Allen place jerferday to H. C Malo
Notice i hereby gi'en, that letters ot
administration on the estate of Archibald
Whitworth deceased, were granted to
the undersigned on the 14th diy of De
cember, 1922. by the Probate Court of
Boone County, Missouri. All persons
having claims againt said estate are re
quired to exhibit them for allowance ta
iIht administrator within six months after
the date of said letter-, or tbey may be
recluded from any benefit of said es
tate; and if such claims be not exhibited
feithin one year from the date of letters,
they shall be foreTer barred.
This 1 Ith day of December, 1922.
Attc-t: II. A. Collier William II. Sapp
Judge of Probate Administrator.
Last insertion Jan. 16, 23.
Jliss' Gladys Haley VMU Here.
Mis Glad) i Haley of Brown's Station
tisiled here during the verlcend with
Mi Mjrgaret Reid, 601 12 North
Eighth street, and Mrs. D. T. Cenlry,
302 North Ninth street. Mrs. Gentry is
recovering from a recent stroke of pa-ralvsis.
In and Near Boone County
FARM MEETING AT IHNTON
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
J. M. Allen went to St. Louis todjj
on a buine trip.
J. A. Martin leaves Saturday to spend
the holidays in St. Loui.
E. M. Carter returned yesterday from
a business trip to St. Louis.
.Mr. and Mrs. Paris Burgin left today
for a short viil in Albanv.
J. "T. Sharp will -pend Christmss with
his mother, Mrs. N". E. Sliarp. at LaBelle.
Mr. L. II. Engli-h went to her home
in I.aPIaU, Mo vesterdav to spend the
Mi-s hah Vi ell of Ivana City i vis
iting hT aunt, Mrs. J. P. Glnt, during
Mr. and Mr-. Robert NicJiol- and
small daughter went to Galatin today
to spend r holidav-.
Mr. and Mr. Orrin Leton left for
Tulsa. Okla. la-t night to spend the holi
dav with relative.
Mi-s Jane Ford-ham. librarian in tlte
College of. Agriculture, went to Savannah
this morning for a short iit.
Mr-. S- A. Robnett left this morning i
for Hot Springs, Arl-, where she will
Iend Chri-tma.- with her son, tbe Rev.
C E. Ilickock, -and his family.
Mi-- Marian Walker of Jefferson City
and Mr-. L. M. Egan of Chicago will ar
rive Friday to -pend the holidavs with
Mr. and Mr. W. E. Johnston.
Mi"s Charlotte Wav, assi-tant to the
manager of the Columbia Evening Mit
sourian. went to Chillicothe this morning
to spend the holidays with her parents.
Mr. and Mr'. Lerov Kinkade, 511
Pike avenue, will pend the holidavin
St. Luiris with the mother of Mrs. Kin
kade. Mr. Kinkade is an instructor
in English in the University.
Mr-. .Mary Jane Williams with her
daughter, Helen, who is a student in the
I niveratv, her son. Hollaed Williams
and Mr-. Crace Coyle, a siter of Mrs.
William- from Oklahoma City, left this
morning for St. Louis, where tbey will
spend th- holidavs. Mr. Williams an
alumnu- of the Lnivervty and a mem
ber of the Sigma Alpha Ep-ilon fra-te-nitv.
County Bureau in Campaign to
Hire an Agent.
Tlie second meeting of the serie that
the- Miouri Farm Bureau A-ociation
is holding in Boone County to arou-e
interest in it- work was held at Ilinton
las night. Harry Hrn'ley of the agri
cultural extension department, -poke be
fore a crowd of orae seventy per-ons.
on county agent work.
Tlve first of the meetings was held Sat
urday night in the church al Midway.
Paul It. Navlor, also uf the agricultural
exten-Hin deurtmenl, talked on the or
ganization of the Farm Burxau.
Mr. Hen'Iey will -fx-jk again tonight
at Hairi-burg and Friday night at Hunts
dale. There will be a meeting at llalls
ville tomorrow and another at Rochc
Tlie ultimate puri-r of the pre-ent
campaign is to get a count) agent for
Boon- County. However, tlic Kval or
ganization mu4 have a membership of
between four and five hundred before
the financial cooperation of the state
and national governments can be secured.
The -ire-nt member-hip is something
sliort of three hundred. Each meeting
will be followed b) a per-iiul canvas
for members in the district in, whicli
it is held..
Stone, Margaret Hunt, Frances Buh, Eli.
rabeth Wade and Martha Pearl Hulen.-
Miss Agnes Funkbou-er of Christian
College was the guest of MUs Frances
Jennings Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Brown. Aire. Leonard
Brown and Mrs. Artie Green entertained
a few friends at a luncheon Monday.
Mis Helen Austene. Lbnie Morris
and Frances Jennings of Christian Col
lege are at home for the Christmas Iioli
das. Alis-es Grace Hamlctte. Louise Rollins,
Jo Damery and Mary Nance of Christian
College were the guests Friday and Sat-1
I... -f t! - IIJ , !
uiiuy oi .iiss iieien .lusiene.
Howard Hulen entertained the De Mo
lay boys and their girl friends Friday
evening at his home. The guests were:
Mi.-ses Margaret Hunt, rTOrces,TBosh.
Lucille Faddis, Oneita Kleinsorge. Nancy
Curtriglit. Anna Lee Toalson, Helen
Austene. Loui-e Rollins. "Jo Damery,
Mary Nance and Crace Hamilette.
irirh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Mim Ella, May Crowley entertained
orer tlie week'-end for Mi Helen Sar
gent, Miss Eva Lena Au'buxn and Porter
Mrs. W. E. Barnett, who shopped in
Columbia last Wednesday, relumed
home with her daughter, Beatrice, a
senior in Columbia High School. Miss
Beatrice is ill.
, The Browns ScIkwI will present a pro
gram at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon.
Two short plays, "Pass tlir Cream,
Please," and "Dr. Cure-All," will be the
main features. The program will in
clude songs, recitations and short Ira-
ilogues. Afterward, pre-ents will be de-
UVtTCU IIUJU U1C UUINJUJ9 1CT.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Glenn were in Co
Mr-. T. J. Hindman was a Ti-itor in
Mr. and Mrs. Burt UI)tbe were guen
in Columbia Mondav.
There will be a Christina program at
the Pott School Fridcy.
Mr. and Mrs- Harve Robinson were
visitor in CelumMa Y--Hlav.
Mode Glenn soiJ 'ome hog-, Tue-dav
and deliverrtl ll-rci in Cnlumliia.
Mr. rrrd Mrs. Ha! Coa'cy and darghter
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
John Hartley has accepted the po-ition
of da clerk at the Globe Hotel.
Mi Carrie Frances Turner had a her
dinner guests Sunday Misses Elizabeth
Browns " -;
Albert Nichols and family spent Sat
Paylon Stevens spent Monday .with W.
E. Baructt. . " ,
George Pollard i"ed W. E. Barnett
Monday night.: . .
W. E. Barnett returned to his home
here on Saturday. ' "
William and Frank- Barnett wrre--in
Fielding Level and W. E. Barnett
bulclirred -hogs Monday.
Scottie Toalson made a business trip
to town Monday afternoon.
Mis.- Elizabeth Jones and Porter, Tool
son i-ited cbooI Monday.
Scottie Toal-on and Orville Southard
werr in Columbia Saturday.
Charles Barnett pent the week-end
with his brother, W. E. Barnett.
Mr. and Mr. Charles Ausbnrn made' a
bu-:nrss trip to Columbia last week.
Mr-. Scott Toalon i visiting lier
daughter, Mrs. Virgil Todd, who is ill.
Mrs. James AsMock spent Saturday in
Columbia with her daughters, Mist
Gladvs and Miss Georgia May.
Scott Toalson and granddaughter, Miv
Ruth Level, visited at the borne of hi
daugliter, Mrs, Virgil Todd, last Sunday.
Miss Ruth Barnett. a junior in Colum'
bia High School, speot the week-end.
' Roscoe Hazzard is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Diane spent Friday
j night in Columbia.
Jjlm Kite made a business trip to Co
Mrs, Hubert Daly returned to her liome
in Slater Thursday.
James Baines nude a bu-ine-s trip to
Hubert Powell mads a business trip
to Harrisburg Tue-da).
James Baines and Jo-erh GoIin were
in Columbia Saturday.
Robert Daly and Jolin Hazzard butch- p
ered hogs Jtcdncslay.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cook and their
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IPPERCLSSMAN wishes to rent
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minutes of McAllister Cafeteria. Must
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DO-IT BE DtAIOIHTCD
TmEmwwy BAMIMG POmVIER
A. R. Lyon
Ninth at Walnut
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family spent Wednesday with Mr. and)
Mrs. Robert Daly. '
James Winn made a business trip to
Irby Daly and family visited with
Elliot Wilhite Sunday.
T. F, Dinkle spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mr. John Hazzard.
George Cowden and family were shop
ping in Fayette Saturday.
William Farrais and family were slwp-
ping in Columbia Saturday.
John Eperson and family were fJwp
ping in Columbia Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Burks wwr in
Columbia on business Saturday. i
Villard Cook and son, Harold, ofj
Sturgeon visited here Sunday. j
Mrs William Claxton spent Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. James Farris.
Mr. and Mr. Thomas Dinke were,
slipping in Columbia Tue-day. ,
Mr. and Mr. John Epper-on were
.-flopping in, Harri-hurg Monday. ;
Miss Mary Lou Daly spent Wednes
day night with Miss Lucile Daly.
Mrs. Henry Level spent Tuesday niglit
with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goslins.
MUs Berrsie Lewis and brother. John,
vi-ited in Hinton during the week end.
Mr. Robert Daly and her on, Paul,
were in Columbia Thursday on business. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Winn spent!
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Price Cop-j
.Mr. and Mr, W. Daly and Mi-t Mary
Daly spent Sunday at lite home of Rob-'-crt
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A Gift is douhly welcome with the S. fc
Label, assuring style and quality.
Our store will remain open evenings
for the remainder of the week. Each
day we are receiving additions to our
large assortment of holiday apparel.
If it's a useful gift get it here. Goods
sent anywhere without cost to you.
To the Woman Who
Use this simplified selection system. Chatf
off in your mind, or with a pencil, just ti5
articles you think he would most enjoy receiva
We promise you three things: Immediatt
attention, splendid service and remarkable va$
ues, of which the following items are additiosMl
eloquent examples, certain to please any man:
Blooming Plants For Christmas
There's a real gift suggestion, one that fits in ev
erywhere regardless of circumstances a living token
of!your esteem, a beautiful and lasting reminder of the
The Bernard Shop has a rare assortment .of bloom
ing plants in exquisite variety and of many sizes'and
BEGONIAS CYCLAMEN POINSETTIAS
Bulbs and bulb bowls.
Cut flowers and plant baskets.
Phone 9 I
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Silver Belt Buckles
Travelo Knit Coats
Ribbed Wool Hose
Collar Attached Skirh;
re BoU No Claamet Sales.
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Bernard "The Florist"
Phone 2121 No. 12 N. Ninth..
ThereTl be more good fellowship
more Christmas cheer more of
the holiday spirit about the table if
you finish your dinner with
CHASE ft SANBORN'S
Used By Three Generatiea
5 lb. Seal Brand Coffee $2.15
3 lb. Seal Brand Coffee $1.30
2 lb. Seal Brand Coffee .90
1 lb. Seal Brand Coffee 45
should be selected with
extreme care on account
of their vital nature.
You will find by exper
iment, or any other relia
ble means, that Red Ring
Feeds represent the very
best on the market.
MLLIflG & ELEVATOR CO.
Ninth at Walnut NO WELL'S phone 74
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