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Edwardsville Intelligencer, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1927, Edwardsville, IllinoisThere Are two kinds of men who amount to anything. One who cannot do As they Are told and the other who can do nothing else. C 01 de Wampsville intelligences May Laue a diff Stipati Bat Wio it Bali party thet Kwity House wife found by test it s cheaper far j to eur the or. Happy party Bays that the statement the Best always the cheapest " has been printed forty eight million six Hundred and thousand four Hundred and eighty and that it s True now As the Flat it was prove it your meats Here. Watch for or. Happy party Weber hairs heat Market in Janus roof flow today St. Louis pastor delivers an interesting address to rotarians. The Rev. Or. Ivan Holt pastor o St. Episcopal Church South of St. Louis delivered an excellent address at the meeting of the rotary club yesterday afternoon. Boys week being observed throughout the nation this week and Rev. Holt talked along this line. Previous to talk or. E. W. Fiegenbaum read a fitting poem on boys in which the idea was brought out that men can be either a stumbling Block or stepping Stone in someone s life. Rev. Holt upheld the Young Man Hood of today. He said that the Gen eral plan of the older men and women to criticise the younger generation la entirely wrong. He stated that the Young men of today Are just As Fine a group their fathers were that they Hare the same Ideala and ambitions and the Only difference is that they were trying to reach their destination by a different route. The idea was brought out that the world War had wrought a Complete change in the youth of today. Rev. Holt said that the War seemed to indicate that the and brains of the nation had gotten the world into a and had then said to the Young men now you go out and fight and get us out of the Young men did but after it was All Over they assumed the attitude we had to fight the Battles therefore we ought to have More to say than we did before and we ought to be allowed to try out some of our the Young men of today seem to be impatient and Are criticizing everything we older men have said or done so far he continued. We Lave to have respect for their inels ence. We should not oppose them but sympathize with them. Human nature is always the same and with helpfulness and sympathy the boys of today will grow into leaders of the nation tomorrow. We cannot help he boys unless we establish a spirit of comradeship with them. It is the human Contact and not the criticism hat counts. Youth will not stand by and profit by our experience if they hink we Are trying to preach to hem but we should seek to set an example for them and to be a real a fluence la their Rev. Holt told a number of exam Ples of the influence men have had on toys and told of various ways to Arians might be Able to help. He also commented upon the fact that he local boy scout group had be ured the honors of having advanced he farthest la scout work this year. He said this was partly due to the influence and help of men who were interested in these boys. Williams in rat 92o0.0o0 los Angeles May Earle Williams widow of the late screen itar was to file application for let erg of administration to his 00 estate today according to her attorneys. The actor left no will it was said. Read the i for the news. Markets m m m m bal Pruff. 1.8 Cora meal by. 1.7 bran 1.6 float.2 oranges dozen. 36-6 docea.3 20-3 butter .te-8 id. .1 cabbage in .1 new potatoes. Ib.0 old potatoes.0 new onions ib.1 Green , Straw berries. .2 wholk8au9 wheat 1.8 Timothy eggs 16-2 butter j5-4 St. Louis produce. Eggs 20 h. Butter 45, live poultry fowls heavy Light Roost Era 12h Springs 33-38 Turkey. 16 28 ducks 26-28, geese 16. St. Jwta Cash Graler no. 1, 143 hard no 2, 1.42. No. S. 81h Whit no. 4, 79. No. 2, 47 h to 48 Sample 44 to East St. Louis a restock. Hogs receipts Marke be lower 260 to 360, 1.76-10.10, 100 to 250, 9.90-10.85 160 to 200, 10. 20-10.40 130 to 160, 10-10.50 90 to 130, 9.75-10 36 packing 8. 60-8.86. Cattle receipts 800 Marke nominally steady steers 8.50 10.50 Light yearlings 8-9.50 Bee cows 6.50-7.76 Low Cutter and Cut Ter cows 4.26-5.50 Vealera 11.60 Calvers 6-8 bulk Stock 8-9.85. Sheep receipts 600 Marke nominally steady fat lambs 15.60 bulk cull lambs 10-12 60 bulk a ewes 7-7.50. Chicago Grain close. 141m to 3-8 july to 5-8 sept. 132 1-s to 79 5-8 july 84 5-8 to 3-4 sept. 88 to 88 1-8. 47 5-8 to 3-4 july 48 sept 45 3-4 to 7-8. Chicago Grain opening. 141 3-4 to 7-8 july 134 3-4 to 135 sept. 132 5-8 to 7-8 78 3-4 to 79 july 83 "-8 to 84 sept. 87 6-8 to 3-4. 47 3-4 to 7-8 july 48 1-8 sept. 46. Chicago livestock. Hogs receipts Market steady heavy 9.60-1025 medium 10-10.45 Light 10-10.60 Light lights 9.90-10.40 packing bows 8.60-9.25 pigs 9 25-10.25. Cattle receipts 2000 Market Teady Bee steers Good and Choice 2-14 common and medium 8-11.50, yearlings 8.50-12.t6 Butcher cattle heifers 6-11 Cowa 6-9 bulls 5.75-8, Al veg 9.50-18 feeders 7.60-9 Stock irs 7-8 cows and heifers 6-7. Sheep receipts 7000 Market Teady medium and Choice lambs 16-17.26 culls and common 12-14 Pring lambs 14-18 yearlings 12.15, Ommon Choice ewes 6-9.50, clipped am 14-16 new Fork stocks. New York May recon iries in the Oil stocks featured the opening today. Marland sold up 5-8 t mid continent up 8-8 at 31 a. Poll lids up 6-8 at 45 6-8 sin Lair up at 17 3-4 Shell Union p at the rails and Indus Jials were slightly irregular with he Price trend upward. Mack trucks gained at american smelt feature Jues int emf if Ore fares for the taxicab i t gain. We give you just a Little bit More of everything in Goodrich Silver towns. That s what makes them such values More mileage. More strength. More lasting mors Ping but at to More Cost because we feature Good Rich Silvei we can try in Gore you unusually attractive make us your head quarters Lor mileage. Come 40c Goodrich mtr Tifft Bhaw out Patch tire flaps women Siop Here pot Temh. Clean honest and Wor Koufi Lor women to Deal without. Goodrich repair kits Complete enough for Small special at 25c Garrett s tire service 222 St Louis St. Phone 182 Edwardsville Illinois ing up 3-4 at 149 7-8 general elec tril up 3-8 at 99 7-8 Baldwin Down 3-4 at 188h. Alton population of Alton and environs is placed at a gain of 2380 in sixteen months by a new City directory issued yesterday. The environs include All territory East to the Stream of Wood River near East Alton. Operation performed. Virgil son of or. And mrs. Henry Heui acer was operated upon last evening at the Granite City Hospi Tal Lor appendicitis. He withstood the operation and is As Well As can be expected today. Deputy sheriff Hildreth Dies after operation continued from Page one Litchfield. He became a Street car tto Torman while living in he Ringfield. Eighteen ago the family moved to Coll Niville whare he was a Motorman for the St. And suburban Railroad company for a number of years. Later he erred As a Deputy under former sheriff George Little. At the expiration of term be returned to suburban company for a Short time and Tot a reral Yean was an at Thermal mine of Donk Brothers coat and Coke company. Was named a Deputy sheriff last december by sheriff Etar Mann. He is by two children. Hild Reth and Harry Hll Retli. Or. Another daughter. Kits Hilda my died last july. Two Sisters mrs. Boy a whoa and Lulabelle held Reth of and a brother. Hll Darth of Cairo also sur vote. We. or St. Clair i Onker Dies William Shaumleffel 77, a Pio Neer of Stooker St. Cir county died made Only bet night at the Eon Wil Liam Scharam Suffel jr., of the old 8t Louis Rock Road Southwest of Belle Lylle. Siehau Teffel was bom la Flo Okay town help la i860. Be was the father of Hubert b. Seha ammo former attorney of St. Clair who died Yean to. The con with whom he made Home. The Only funeral jul held sunday afternoon from the Home of the they Dalm that Paul severe was the first radio maa been use he Broad cast with oae sen Tinel. Pershall s Tri City stores 219 n. Main Street Corner Schwarz and Buchanan rec i no. 1 new potatoes 18c fresly Home grown Green Bunch Creamery butter tub. Pound Southern Green Corn 3 ears w. Butter in cartoons fresh Leaf spinach 3 pounds Gold butter Pound fresh Arkansas strawberries a at. 14c jello All flavors no limit 3 for. 25c red tip radishes 3 Bunches. Ioc Green onions 3 Bunches. Loc Southern str1ngless Green 11 p Beans Young and tender Pound new Low Price on Corn fed pork pork shoulders Pound.7. Pork steaks Pound lean pork roasts Pound 200 rib or loin pork chops Pound 25e wafer sliced boiled Pound Bologna sausage Pound frankfurters Pound 16c Loose pork sausage Pound 156 Choice sugar cured breakfast Bacon 3 to 5 in. Pieces Pound 24c pure Kettle rendered lard 12ic Small Juicy California oranges just As much juice As in the larger 1 j a i to ones dozen Golden Santos Coffee Pound 3 pounds Zug .8sc y Coffee Pound 3pounds i k Twu Choice native government inspected beef sirloin or round Steak Pound 25 Chuck roasts Pound., shoulder roasts Pound 171 Boneless rolled rib roast Pound 21f milk fed native veal whole veal breasts Pound 14c whole veal shoulders Pound 14c rib veal chops Pound 19c loin veal steaks Pound 23c whole veal Rumps Pound 19c whole veal loins Pound lean veal Stew Pound fresh Ham Sib. 22k All surplus fat and skin removed Cut from Young Corn fe3 hogs
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