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ii i. turnip. tIV V j ! II nijn J.'t"' J F I ! g' J4 t I? H . 1 1 ,?! I i r & If. rt r t f - r l'ACE SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922 ffi 1 TODAY'S MARKET MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Con sinu Mirkft Prices to llie Kaimei-. Ilis.li Iji Egg-. i!2. Uutler, lb I lei-, lb. . Kooers lb . Sjirins cliifVei-, lb Ducks, lb Gmw. lb. ............a... Turin., lb .31 .Milk, cut 2i" Cream, lb 4" .40 .15 .03 .15 .16 .15 M .35 .15 .07 .15 .13 .13 JO 2.15 .47 f... I ...... Franllin TPllimPll tO St. .UIS iu'a ,,.. - Loum this rnorninR. She w-ited Jli .Mjrj Franllin. ML-- Ethel Wjliirr went ti Kativ Citj this morninp after tNiting Dr. anil Mr. Dan Stine. Mis' W. Trttman returned cterday afternoon "to St. Louis after usiting Miss Eleanore Keeley here. .Mi Modelle White left lliis morning i for Natchitoches, La, where sli- il! teach in the high -cliooi. A. U. Prowell went to .Mexico to iil lii brother, J. II. Stedham. Mi LfBclu Johnson went thi morn in? to Murgetuv to Wil friend. Mr-. .M3r Atliniu went to CeiUralia lhi morning to attend the Little Bonne Fcmme IiaiitNt Conference. Mi Frames Gxiper nliu haf heen limiting .Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Lindenmeyer returned jesterday to Mexico. Mrs. Elizabeth Cuziil went to Mexico, thi morning to Ull her si.-ter, Mr. J. N. Cannon. Mi Elizabeth Ljon went tins morn ing to Louisiana to usit friends. J. O. Lute of Dodge Cit), Kan., and William .Mailiull of Sturgeon lu-cil Ihniiigh here on the wa lu Tiitji. K. E. Itadeniacher who lias been do ing research worl in ihemMry in th Unhersit) wnt home to ioloini, 111., e-terdas". The Kc. W. II. Ilrunham went to Centralia jestenla) where he attended a meeting of the lloone Count) Baptist Association. Min Mar Jam went to St. Loui- for the weel.cnd. Mio will p from there to llirminghdni, Ma, to teaih m the Central High .Nlvitil. "V. I. NcImmi went to lentralu tliit morning her- he will jddres ll.c limine IViiMne Itjji-t lonfertncc on "Church and Politics." Mi ("uiIa Crig-b) anil Miss lierlha Crigb) wmt to Iowa City tliN morning. Mi- Cuida Crig-b) is doing Micial worl there, and Miss Bertha Grigsby is tech-! nician in anatomy in the Iowa State uni versity. .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts who have lieen limiting Mrs. Tyra Green at Christian College, returned to Hays, Kan, lliis morning. . Mr. and Mrs. II. Cardinell left Co lumbia llii- morning. Mrs. Cardinell went to Long Beach, Cal, ad Mr. Car-1 dinell went to East Laning, Mich, to do extension worl in pomology for the Michigan Agricultural college. ) FARM FOR SALE For the purpose of settling an estate, a farm of 150 acres, all in grass; six-room house; two Iar barns; out buildings; living water. Quarter of mile north of Hinton on gravel road. Sale Janu ary 2, south door of court house at 1:30 p. m, N. T. Gentry 1 I r I 4 - wBHMi ST. lows LIVE STOCK MtRKET Jlj Vrultd VttiU Calll receipts 300; marlet 25e lower. 'o quotations. Hog receipts 800; marlet 5c to 10o IiiglnT. Heavy 8.25 to 845 M.tlium 8.40to 835 Ugl.t 8.40 to 860 Light lights 8.25 to 8.55 Pj.ling sow, 7.00IO 7.40 PIs 7.25t 8.50 Hull 8.40to 8.55 Io sheep. st. ions cimin MARKrr. Corn No. :i while, 70',.; December, 72. ; Mav. Mri; July, Wic Oais- o. 2 white, 47c to 47 1 ; Xo. 3 white, loe to 4lc; No. 4 while, 44Vic Win at Deiember, $1.11.; May, SI.l.l'-j; Ju!v. 31.06','i. Ked wheat. No. 3, $li5. Hard. No. 2, $11. . sT. t-Ol'ls tRVIN FUTt'RES ).-.eniber Wheat. $1-2111 asled: Ma Wlu-at, Sl-Sl-1, bid; Jiil Wheat, SLIP, bid. D.vemher orn. 7i'ie aled; May O-rii, 72U aled; July Corn, 71r,i asled ai..l 71-liC bid. Dec.imVr Oji-, ICc; V.av OaK 45vs Lid. NOTICE (). T. S C, I". 1. A. local No. 411 will mtet in -pecial eion at their hall .Weilnc-da), January 3, at 7:30 p. m All members urged to attend. Business of importance. It. E. Galleher, See. II. P. Phillips, Pres. '3 Ixl I i rC03s H. Victor Records ibrthe New Ifear come in ana liearthem fcs- s& Taylor Music Co. Jfev- NEW YEAR INVESTMENTS Bonds of the St. Louis Joint Stock Land Bank, Yielding 4.80 per cent to their maturity in 1952, or High Grade Preferred Stocks Yielding 7 per cent or more. All of the above named secu rities are exemp' from all taxes except inheritance taxes. I am also prepared to supply all classes of government, mu nicipal and corporation bonds. The most reliable and con servative investment service in the United States is made available to customers in the selection of their securities. v JjG.Babb Boone County Xat'l Bank Bldg. Every Pair a Bargain HAPPY NEW YEAR 'QUALITY FOOTWEAR" Levy's Quality in Every Pair PRE-INVENTORY SALE On the very first day of the year, Monday morning, Jan. 1, 1923, at 9 o'clock, Levy's open their exceptional PRE-INVENTORY SALE, and you, Mr. Customer, can be assured that there have been no such bargains offered you in Columbia as you will find at Levy's in Mptts. Women s and Chimreirs Hine hnntwear 1 Here are a few of the many bargains to be had: wmKm Ladies' Fine Colonial Pumps. in Brown Satin, Black Satin, Black Suede, Patent Leather all $10 regular values re duced to- $5- 45 Look For These Styles On The Rack Regular values from $7.50 to $10, reduced to- $4.45 Shown In Brown Suede Gray Suede Black Suede Patent Colt Gray Calf Black Calf In Pump And Oxford -o. , Women's Splendid high grade Boots in Tan Calf, Tan and Brown Kid, Black Calf, Black Kid, all hand-made military welts. Regular values from $9 to $12.50, reduced to $? 85 S . - 51 t rv . Ladies Do "not fail to be first to take advantage of our specials on all wool and silk hosiery. Your choice $1.95 Men's High Grade Levy's Quality High Shoes For the men who must keep their feet dry and warm we are offering some won derful qualities of calf and kid leather at $5.45 Well, Fellows " " We wish to announce that Levy's are putting out some cut values in this lot of good showy oxfords at $4.45 Men's Fine Silk And Wool Hosiery Greatly Reduced. EVY'S psmnt E 'xVM nRl SHOES HOSIERY REPAIRING Extra Specials in high shoes for children on very special sale, $1.95 Men's Work Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. II V .-ti Sk &!.