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Pace Two THE ETE5H6 MMSOPBIAIT, COLUMBIA. JHSSOUM, rTEPSESPAT. AP6C8T9J, 1IW. m The Evening Missourian Member Audit" Bureau of Circulations. PabUsnsd every emlit except Sunday by Tbe Hlsaoarian Association, Incorpo rated, coiamoia. Ha. Virginia wag. uown stairs. Phones: Business, S3; Men, 271. Entered am aacond-daaa mill matter. Ac ceptance tor mailing at apeclal rate of postage provided for lor Section 1103. Act t October S, MIT aatborlxed, September zu, ujo. City: Tear, t.78: months, fLOO; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By maU In Boone County: Year, f&25; 6 month, 11.75; 3 months, (0 centa. Outside tbe coontj: Tear, S4jo; 9 montba, SLZ ontb, 43 cents. ALFONSO JOHNSON, Manager. COUyrBY-LIFE MOKE CHXEBFCL The monotony of farm life has be come a household phrase. It la misleading phrase and cannot Blind If closely analyzed. For the farm it has done a great harm. Among the people it haa inspired a false phllos ophy of life. It has engendered an attitude of mind apathetic to farm life and has made It destitute of all its varied beauties and attractions. It is the manner we look at things that determines the amount of good and pleasure we derive from life. If to farm were indeed monotonous then farm life must be monotony. If we hare a grduge against our particular occupation, the work must necessar II) "be a drudgery no matter whaf it is and wherever we are. If people make up their minds into belief eing that the only gay life is found in the city, gay life is thereby driven out of the farm to be chased in the movies or in the lights of the great cities. The monotony of farm life Is a fic tion. It'is an attitude of mind. So long as country folks permit them selves to be deluded by It, life's var ied attractions will never make coun try places cheerful. In the varied activities of farm life. there are as many attractions as those one sees In the city. It Is always the wish of putting themselves into the position of others that makes us un happy. The country place may be made a city if Its' inhabitants want it. The country place has always been the nucleus of big cities. New York, Chicago, St. Louis and the other big cities of the United States originate.! from modest beginnings. Other com munities may not have the advantages of the locations of these cities but this fact should not prevent them from striving to be as big, as varied in life and as important. Co-operative efforts may bring the movie show to the country place. Community church may bring the church socials and entertainments to the country. It Is within the power of almost every family now to get a motor car. People in the country can almost Joy-lde as in the city. There are a thousand ways in which people can make country-place and counlry Ufe cheerful, the country home worth while. It will always be hard 'to keep the boys on the farm when the .parents adapt the attitude of mind expressed, by the phrase: monoion) of farm life. month's visit In California, left today for her home in Baltimore, Md. She was the guest of Mrs. D. A. Robnett while here. Mrs. C. B. Refd and son, Stanley, of SOS Lyons street, went to Fulton today to spend the week-end. Mrs. Reld and son were accompanied by Mrs. Field's sister, Mrs. George Miller, 912 Locust. CLASSIFIED. ADS Half a Celt ft Wtr4 ft Dmy WANTED Wtood: On conli four foot wood, sound and seasoned. Call on or write to John It. Scott. 10 Ripley street. S310 LUST Small MaA leather coin parte, nap fastner. rice bolder on back. Con- talned about 3. small oral mirror when lose down town Monday iteturn Mlasoti rlaa office. S-3U& WANTED ounff man. some experletn-e in ci owing tinea nandie in your town ana territory, jrlre reference, salary expected, writ n n Irk I to nolT attention. P. O Box, IX Marceline, Mo. W-3)6 CITY AND CAMPUS L WANTED MUk and butter. Would contract with farmers or others for 1 to 2 gallona ot milk dally, bottled or UDbot. tied: alto butter. 603 Elm. rhone 1210 Green. S 303tf Merldeth, also left, J. L. llerfdeth went to Bakerrrille. Cal, and J. O. Merldeth to Mexico where he Is prin cipal, ot the Mexico High School. J. E. Barnett, secretary ot the Water and Light Company, went to Kansas City today on a business trip. Mrs. Jo&iah Main of 808 Hlllcrest avenue left this morning for Helmet, Cal. where she will live. Miss Julia Smith ot SmRhton left for her home this morning after a visit with ler uncle, Albert Selby. who lives near Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pauley and Mrs. James Estes of Ashland left this morning for Kansas City to visit Mr. Pauley's and Mrs. Esps" father, Mr. James Pauley. Mrs. Joseph Thompson who lives near Columbia left this moraine for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Fran-1 ces McCarr, of Winters, Cal. She will remain about six weeks. Mrs. Love Frederick and daughter, Caroline, have been visiting their sis. ter, Mrs. o. W. 'Kennedy of 707 Gen try place. They left for their home in Paris this winter. Misses Mary O. and Elizabeth Sweeney of Harvard, I1L, who have been the guests of their brother. S. H. Sweeney at the Knights ot Columbus Hall, left tor their home today. President James M. Wood of Ste )bens College went this morning to Moberly to meet Mrs. Wood, who Is returning home after a six-week's tour In the West. Mrs. A. H. Buford of Nashville, Tenn , who has been the guest ofher Bisirr, -irs. u. s. nail, nil Wilson, this summer. left for her home today. Mrs. Montgomery Leonard of Mar shall and Miss Annette Francisco of Spokane, Wash, arrived in Columbia today to be guests of Mrs. J. R. Thom as, 603 Providence Toad.' Miss Irma Crocker of 414 Williams street left for Shellbyville, III. today to visit .before going to FIndlay, HI. where she will be supervisor of mus ic this winter. Mr. and Mrs. . I. Coslln and family of Kansas City returned to their home today after a month's visit with Mrs. Coslln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Thomas near Columbia. J. Kelly Wright went to Brookville this morning to speak. He will give an Uustrated lecture on "Missouri." Mrs. Frank Bihr of S07 West Broad way left this morning for a visit with her son in Kansas City, later she will visit relatives In Lawrence. Kan. She will be away about two mnnthtt I FOR SALE One oak davenport, genn- -sirs. n. j. Lyon and her dauehter I n leatner in gooa eonamon. aus. a. jr. mfMh. .m. t ,.' J:' eate. TOT Maryland Place. N 298tt -.wj, mi, Mu uiui mug m.trr ia ltlng Jlr. cud Mrs. H. S. Walter of 6 A TALK ABOUT QUALITY The stock that we kilt Is selected and inspected at the stock yards. We claim there Is no market In Missouri that handles as high a class of pork products as this market. Any farmer or shipper who has witnessed the se lection and Inspection will verity this statement. Hundreds of farmers have watched this selection and Inspection and per- WASTED TO BEST WANTED To rent 3 or 4 unfurnlthed rooms for light housekeeping. Call .s. M-jos FOB BEST FOR RENT Two nice rooms suitable for men students. Ilot and cold water, steam beau l'leaaant winter and aunimer. l'hone 74. .V305tf FOR RENT Three nice rooms for boy students, modern. One half block from campus. 010 Locuat atreet. B 303tf FOR RENT Brick garage on 6th atreet across from campus. Phone 318 Urren M-301tf FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms on first floor, desirable furnished aleeping room for irlrU on second -door, eonrenlent to L'nlTeraltr. 0IM Conlej. Phone SIS hit after S o'clock. T 30-.tr FOB SALE Money Found SeUlag yoar Maga- ztaes and Paper. Phoae 392. Will call KLASS'COM. CO. WANTED A good time to bare repairing done. Lawn mowers, cbalra. locks, trnnka. door, wlndowa and umbrellas. New acreena made light and old ones repaired. Shop at ti Uorsey St. Phone 1311 Black. O. a Alwortb. CLOTH AND SILK BUTTONS Malt. the Beat Trimmings for Dress es W. Baak. tbeaa far y.at a th prevail, la all Style, aad ftlse. tae as. day j.a .rder. , I. WOLFSON Ladlea' Tallar Miller BaUdlag Phone 134 FOR SALE Iron bed. mattress. Singer sewing machine, springs, oak dresser and Barter oil beater. JUt Sonth Eighth street. C-304tf FOR SALE Beds, davenport, dining room set, chairs, ruga, roll top deak, gar den toola lawn mower, etc 217 South l.arth. S-304U FOR SALE Property at 813 Virginia Avenue. Lot SO by 21J. ten room house. 2 bath, rooms, aleeping porchea, lavatory nrst coor, z are piacea (gratea concrete foundation), hardwood floors, fruit treea and grapes, bearing. Chicken house. Apply Smlrn A Catron or above address. B-30S Ripley street. They will make a short stay In Adraln before return ing to their home In Seattle. Wash. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Robnett, Xars. Wi P. Dysart. Mrs. N. A. Arnold and Miss Katherine Jones, all of Columbia, motored to Fulton today to attend the wedding of Miss Emily Nesbit of Ful ton and W. T. Fisher of St. Joseph which will take place at the Presbv- terian Church in Fulton. Mrs. Dudley Robnett, who arrived in Columbia yesterday from a three- FOR SALE A aevea room house on Mathewa Street. Every thing In first class shape. Can't beat the Location. Lot DGxIOa ft. Oarage, garden, modern. See II. B. Walker owner. W 7tf. f IOBOE NOTICES ACACIA LODGE NO. 02. A. F. A A. M. SUted Communication T n e a d y Evening September 7 at 7-00 p m. Tlsltlog Brethren J. JI. Long, Secy. P. F. Anderson, W. M. ThUo Bldg. Broadway and nut llllllll!lllliHiij HiiiiliillHs NEIV SILK SHIRTS I T Dr. J. L. Meriam and family will return to Columbia Saturday. Prot. and Mrs. G.'H. Sabine and children will return to Columbia Thursday. Marian Roberts of Sll Broadway went to Clark today to visit her an cle, L. Roberts. Mrs. Boyle Clark and daughter, Hel en, went to St. Louis today for a short visit. - ' Miss Margaret Hawkins, a student of (he University, returned from Han- nihal yesterday to enter school. Misses Mary and Jessie Lansing ot 300 College avenue went to Sedalla today to visit Miss Mary Leigh for a few days. Misses Frances and die Gray of 1111 University avenue went to Mex ico today to visit Mrs. A. p. Greene for the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11 Thomas of 603 Providence road returned yesterday from a three-week's visit In Kansas City and Hannibal. Miss Mary Chevalier of 103 Waugh street left today for Denver, Colo, where she will teach In the public schools. Miss Beatrice Baptist, a nurse at Parker Memorial Hospital, went to St. Louis today to visit for the remainder of the week. Miss Maud Beery of Atlanta, Ga. left for her home today after a five week's visit with Miss Thelma Oliver ot 1S08 Ross street. Albert Ritter of Hallsville return ed to his borne vtoday after a short visit with Ills brothers. Moses and Thomas. Hiss Margaret Smith left this morning for a visit with her aunt,Mrs. Eugene Dyson of Kansas City. She will remain about a week. Miss Ela Shaw of St. Lonls left this morning for Rnnisvllle, after visiting her uncle, M. M. Quissenberry of Mid way. J. Facoltad. a Filipino student, ar rived yesterday to attend the School of Medicine. He Is staying at the ,T. M. C. A. Mrs. J. W. Merldeth of 1513 Wind sor street left this morning for a visit with her daughter In Moberly. .She will be gone about a week. Her MAZDA ELECTRIC LAMPS ALL SIZES AM2uumtm WPWfi VLtwJmUl baps every shipper -who has shipped vite the public to inspect the tan. a car load of stock from Boone county In several years. It yon have any doubt as to the quality, ask these men. This stock Is slaughtered in one of the most sani tary abattoirs In this section. We In- tary surroundings and Judge of the quality of the product HETZLER-S MARKET j, "Where Quality and Sanitation RelrVJ, -tl Supreme." (adv) juiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiHHiimiiium Getting ready for the fall term in the (University includes get- 5 - ting your clothes in the best shape. s Students who take pride in their clothes take pride in our ex- pert service in Dry Cleaning. S & DORN CLQNEY Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co. 5 riiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiHHic JIIIHIIIIIIIHIIHIItiHtlHIIHHMWHIHHIIIllllllllinilllllllllllHlllIrrHHHHIIIinilUnil x 3towUin 11 Ns9aflStZr"jaaSantsfy SBBBBBBBBBBBB.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm aBmaaaaa--aaMaaa i I I Keep Cool By Eating More Ice Cream That is what you arc sure to do if you come to the Polyanna. Our Ice Cream Sundaes are so cool and refreshing. They are rich and pufe and a great stimulator on these hot days of Aug ust. 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