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THE EVEHISG JOSSOUMAX, COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. SATCKBAT. JULY 17. 1M8.
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Christian.
Bible school 9:30 o'clock. It. IL
Emberson Till speak to mens' class;
W. L Oliver to the student class.
Moraine worship at 10:45 o'clock.
Sermon by the Rer. Walter M. Ilau
shalter of Kansas City. Mr. Haushalt
er will also preach at the union serv
ice In the Christian Church at 8 o'
clock. Intermediate Endeavor at 6:30.
Senior Endeavor at 6:45. The public
is cordially invited to all these serv
Ices.
Calvary.
Tomorrow, being the' sixth Sunday
after Trinity, there is to be a cele
bration of the Holy Communion at Cal
vary Church at 7:30 a. m. The morn
ins prayer and sermon will be given
by the rector, the Rev. J. IL George,
at It o'clock.
Wilkes Boulevard Kp worth League.
The Epwofth League of the Wilkes
Boulevard Methodist Church will meet
at 7 o'clock Sunday evening at the
church. The Rev. W. S. Crowe will
be the leader. Everyone is Invited.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Sun
day service at 11 a. m.. with subject,
"Life." Wednesday evening meetings
begin at 8 o'clock. The Christian
Science room in the Virginia Building
is open from 3 to 5 p. m. dally. The
public is invited.
11 FARM PRICE LEVEL HIGH
Report Shows lacrease of 37 Per Ceat
Over Two Yearn Ago.
The general level of farm prices
has risen during the last year al
though the price of meat animals has
decreased, according to a statement
(it en out this morntag by E. A. Lo
gan, Missouri agricultural statisti
cian.
The condition of all crops in Mis
souri was 101 per cent July 1 com
pered to the ten-year average at this
time of year. This general condition
yould be higher except for corn and
pheat, which are below the ten-year
average. The condition of all crops
(n the United States Is slightly under
the ten-year average.
The general level of farm prices
decreased 1.7 per cent during June
but the prices July 1 were 20.6 per
cent higher than a yea rago, 37 per
cent higher than two years ago, and
102.5 per cent higher than the aver
age for the last ten years. The aver
age price of meat animals was 17.8
per cent lower than a year ago and
9.6 per cent below two years ago.
but 39 per cent higher than the aver
age during the last ten years.
DISCUSSES AMERICAN FAINTING
Real Estate Transfers.
Collins, E A- RL Hulett 163-141 w
pt It 7 It 8 Batterton Pemberton
subd Price add Columbia $7.000.
Gordon, E-W S Dunning. 163-142
E4 SX It 79 Columbia $2,500.
Rowland. J M-C Brown 163-1143
Its 4. 5, 13, 14. Guitar subd & Park
add Columbia $3,400.
Drane, F D-E A Morgan 163-144
EM U 48 Harrisburg $1.00.
Morgan. E A-C M Drane 163-145
same $1.00.
Farley, P L. lExr-Mary Farley 15S-
- pt S pt EK It 18 Columbia $10,400.
Farm Barrm Comnlttm t Meet.
The executive committee of the Mis
souri Farm Bureau Federation will
hold the regular monthly meeting next
Monday and Tuesday, July 19 and 20.
A New Miss Spencer Arrives.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Damon Spencer, 1419 Wilson
avenue, last night.
Tires Are Worth
MONEY
Let Our Tireless
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TIRE EXPERT
work on your old tires
and if he says "No"
we will show you
some high grade tires
at a bargain.
CRANE TIRE SHOP
26 North 9th St.
Dr. l'ickard Mill Continue Lectures
On Skelton Collections.
"You can't can't make a mill-wheel
and paint a mill-wheel alike; there
a big difference between the carpen
ter's and the painter's viewpoint,"
said Dr. John Pickard in a lecture
Thursday night in the faculty room
of the Library Building. He illus
trated the growth of American land
scape painting from its early empha
sis on microscopic detail to Its later
growth towards a bigger and more
powerful conception of the whole.
Many of Dr. Pickard's hearers were
persons outside his classes. He will
continue the course of lectures on
the work of other artists in the Skel
ton collection.
POSTAL EMPLOYES GET RAISE
27560 BeBefltedBy New Law vThkb
Becomes Effective July.
Substantial increases to 275,000
postal employes, the increase averag
ing 130 a year Jbecame effective July
1, and will be paid on the current
month's payroll, according to L. J.
Hall, postmaster at Columbia.
Under the provisions of the new
legislation rural letter carriers will
receive approximately $1,S00 a year,
Mr. Hall says. There are ten rural
tree delivery carriers with routes out
from Columbia.
Another feature of the new postal
law, explained Mr. Hall, is the pro
vision whereby employes contribute
two and one-half per cent of their
salaries toward the general retire
ment fund. The retirement age far
postal employes is now 65 years. No
extra pay for overtime is allowed
now.
FLOWER GARDENS NOW
PRE-EMPT BACKYARDS
TRY TO STOP BUXI BILLIMJ"
FORMSON TRACTORS ARRIVE
Interstate Commerce Commission
Urged to Check Such Coal Shipping.
The Illinois Public Utilities Com
mission has sent word to the Inter
state Commerce Commission recom
mending the suspension of reconsign
ment privileges and "blind billing" of
coal cars, according to dispatches
from Chicago.
W. P. Davis, of the Davis & -Watson
Coal Company said today that it was
blind billing" that was used In the
shipment of the coal that was sent to
Columbia the first of the week and
then shipped out again because local
dealers refused to pay exhorbitant
prices. Mr. Davis says that the coal
Is billed by the Jobber to a ficticious
person or to the Jobber himself. It
sold, the railway company is instruct
ed to turn the coal over to the buyer.
Queen Anne fronts and Mary Anne
backs are not tolerated by the real
home makers and home lovers of Co
lumbia. It used to be considered
sufficiently complimentary to describe
a woman as a good housekeeper. Now
a, home maker Is more than a house
keeper. She gives much thought and
energy to her lawn and her garden.
,Mr3. James Gordon. 1211 Diver
sity avenue, is an impartial lover of
flowers. There Is room in her heart
and her garden tor the most flamboy
ant and for the meanest flower that
blows. She has fifty kinds of Iris,
seventy peonies, hundreds of tulips
asters, zenias. verbenas, phlox, lem
on lilies, delphlnians, coreopsis and a
host of other flowers of both proud
And modest dispositions. She
specializes in dahlias. Surely the
wrens in the little bird-house high
over the garden sing sweeter songs
for the glory that lies below.
Mrs. J. C. Babb, 812 Virginia ave
nue, uses violets and pansies as bor
ders for her flower beds. The plot
of day lilies under the shade of an ap
ple tree In the heart of the garden,
lemon lilies, and a rose bower give
MORE BABY SHOW ENTRIES
Will Be Demonstrated in 3-Day Show
Held Here and McBalne.
Twenty-two Fordson' tractors ar
rived in Columbia yesterday. The
tractors will be demonstrated in the
Fordson Tractor Show which will be
held In McBalne and Columbia Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday.
The rtactors will be seen In action
at McBalne, while a clinic explaining
tarlous parts and uses of the tractor
will be held In Columbia.
Fourth Plane Reaches Erie.
ERIE, Pa., July 17. The fourth air
plane in the New York-Alaska flight
miles east of here at 1:07 o'clock this
afternoon. Capt- St Clair Streeter
made the flight from Scranton to Erie
without a stop. The squadron will not
start to Grand Rapids, Mich., the sec
ond leg of the trip until Monday.
Big League Standings
Club
Brooklyn .
Cincinnati
Ilttsburich
St. Loots .
New York
Chicago
Boston
1-hU.ideIphla
Rational league.
Won Lost
F. S. FARM ECONOMIST HERE
To Arrange for Publication of Ex
periment Results.
3t H. Wilcox, farm economist of
the United States Department of Ag
riculture arrived in Columbia yes
terday from Lincoln, Neb. He is here
conferring with E. Roy Keller, O. R.
Johnson and E. A. Trowbridge on
Elans for publishing data which Mr.
Keller has compiled in his cost-of-beef
feeding experiments in Saline
County.
Mr. Wilcox is in charge of this
work In Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska,
Iowa and Indiana. Next year be will
start similar experiments in Kansas.
It will take fire years for the work
to be completed.
CANDIATE WILL SPEAK HERE
landed on the .exposition grounds sixBwkenrld&e Lonp to Campaign In
CorunUia rrldar.
Breckenridge Long, candidate for
Jie Democratic nomination for Uni
ted States senator, will visit Colum
bia Friday ta speak. This Is a part
of a tour of Missouri cities.
Long is in faroi of Indorsement of
the League of Nations. He is making
,thls Issue the basis of his fight for
the nomination.
(Continued from page one.)
John Frederick Boggs.
Mary Rose Allen.
Nadine Wilson Melburn.
Welber C Haseman.
Ruth Reading Ragsdale.
Albert Edgar Hornbeck.
Francis Dorothy Sisson.
William Randolph Karsteter.
Robert Chester Howe.
Elizabeth Marie Miller.
Robert Demorest Miller. '
Josephine Gardner.
Guy Neill Berry, Jr.,
Mary Given Million.
Billy Millard.
Mary Elizabeth Braden.
Luella Esther Weaver.
distinction to her garden.
The poppy bed of Mrs. R. J. Booth
on H1U street cheered a Columbians
who fortunately passed that way in
June. It was a mass of color tum
bled about by bees that fumbled deep
In the poppy cups full of sun-steeped
opiates. The silky petals flamed and
blazed audaciously.
At a national real-estate conven
tion held recently at the Hotel Mueh
Iebach, Kansas City, a. topic much
discussed was the increasing impor
tance attached to the 'garden side of
the house". The garden now occupies done upon his knees.'
the position of the old back yard,'
style of architecture of homes Is j
gulated largely by the style of 1
and gardens. Homes are now I
Ing themselves sideways In
ton fashion where the triple
led porches overlook private
bloom.
Columbia women not only e:
ideas at their Garden Club m
They also exchange flower seeds
bulbs. It is their wish that the
ey awarded as prizes be used to prj
chase seeds and bulbs. Columbb as.
de-ners see visions of a more besM
ful Columbia as they strain and teg
over their work. ,
As Iludyard Kipling said la fe
poem. "The Glory of the Garde-
jiau u pruiurr garueners work k
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Program for Sunday.
t Bible School 9 -3Q
Morning Service 10:45
Union Seri'ice 8:00
Rev. IF. M. Haushalter of Kansas City
will preach at both services.
Intermediate and Senior Endeavor 6:45
YOU ARE INVITED
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Pieknickers Pass Through Columbia.
Three automobiles Oiled with Halls
vllle people passed through Columbia
yesterday afternoon. They were on
their way to Rock Bridge where they
were going on a picnic David Car
penter, a former student now a bank
er of Hallsvilie, was one of the party.
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YESTERDAYS BE8CI.TS
National iMgae.
XL Louis, 11; Philadelphia. 2.
Brooklyn. 6: Cincinnati, 4.
New York, 7: Flttsbnrgn, 0 (17 Innings).
Boston, 3; Chicago, 2.
Amerlnua Learae.
St. LonI. S; New York. 2.
Philadelphia. 3; Cleveland, 4.
Detroit. 6: Boston, 5.
Chicago, 4-S; Washington, 1-3.
Sure Nuff, It'll Be Here Aug. 2J.
"It's comln', Jim."''
"What's cominT
"Circus, of course."
Yes it's coming to Columbia August
25, so the advance man of the Al G.
Barnes Amusement Co says.
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THE WINNING LOAF
Here is a bread that you will be glad to have
in your home. Because of its excellent
qualities it is hard to beat. Its crispness,
flavor and taste appeal to everyone.
,9 Order todayA trial will convince you
GENTSCH
Phone 1164
The Children's Club was
started last week with the
idea of taking care of the
babies for the mothers who
want to go shoppinq, or to
the party, or to the morning
services at church on Sun
day. Mrs. Craig gives her
personal attention to the lit
tle ones left in her charge.
The club is not far from
Broadway; it will take you
just a few minutes to drive
over and leave the lots at
the club. They have plenty
of amusements and will en
joy the change.
The club is located on Ash
Street, just off Price Ave
nue, (adv.)
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WANTED Room by Master Mason.
Close to campus. Not more than four
students In bouse . Call Templeton.
Ixwry Hall. T-274.
National Live-Stock Market
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Why send your money out of
town for bread when you can buy
better bread at home?
If your groceryman
supply you with
cannot
.NATIONAL STOCK VAItDS. EAST ST.
LOUIS, Ill, jix 17,-Tli live .lock mti.
ket for today was as follows:
CATTLE: Iterelnf t no xt.i.t.. .A-.i.
2V lower. " -""'
Native beef steers 6l23b.73.
Yearling steers and heifers tG.CKXJ110.CO.
Cows $1 OnOJO.
Muckers and feeders SM5HJ10T3.
5S" ""t heifers 8.noa$10J.
HOOS: Kecelpta "300; Market steady.
Mixed and batchers, flame
SHEEP: Becelpts 300; Market steady.
Sheen and ewes 7j00. ''
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Yearlings SzxutgSTjOO.
Columbia Maid
Bread
Phone 945
Streng' Bakery
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Pass the dish of health around Sunday. All the family
from Grand-daddie to Sara Sue and Ted Junior will enjoy it.
They must have ice cream in the
summer and they should have
Pasteurized Ice . Sold at all best
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