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THE DAILY MISSOURLAX, SUNDAY MOBSISO, AUGUST 27, 1916
Professor Jtass JInke Annual Visit. HI.", Bouchelle avenue. With m
Professor Everett Bass, who for went his grandsons, George and Rob
many years has been superintendent j ert Tyler.
or teh Greenville, Miss., schools has Oscar Hampton, who lias been here
returned for a short visit with friends , on business, returned to Stedman jes-
in tills city, where he was born and terdav morning.
School Hoard Convention- His sub
ject is "The Xeed of a New Consti
tution in Missouri."
Mrs. J. H- Dennis of Pulton gravel
went to St. Louis yesterday morning
to visit her son, H. C. Dennis.
reared. He makes it a point to re- Jlr aud Mrj j M comer, 1309 An- -Mrs. I. L. Glenn, who has been visit-
turn each jear to Columbia.
ing Mrs. D. I). Moss at Hillcrest, left
for Los Angeles, Cal., yesterday morn
ing. John Frederick loomis. Tiger Ten
nis Captain, went to Lexington, Mo.,
William "Rill" Powell, Captain of
last year's Track Team of the Univer
sity, went to St. Louis yesterday morn
ing. Mrs Mezza Gollaher and daughter.
Ida Lee Coons, left yesterday morning
thonv street, went to Salisbury, -Mo,
yesterday morning to visit Mr. Coin-
Ac w CoiuiiiKsIoiirr 's " l' Graduate. , er's brother, R. C. Comer.
Joseph T. Davis, appointed Police M,ss Vcgge an(, (Jracc Uader ftunt
Commissioner of St. Louis by Cover- (Q gt , cuK ,.cster(lav morning to vis
nor Major, is a graduate of the Uni-, jt j (. Scnwabe for a few- ueeks.
ersitv of Missouri. He was candidate , ..,.,,
, , ., , ,. Mrs. Crane Diggs. 912 Hockaday
for Democratic nomination for attor- , ,
.... . , . street, went to St. I-ouis yesterday
ncy General in the recent primary but, ' '
,,.,. . ,-. ,,. ,, .11! morning to isit Mrs. O. H. Sliaw.
was defeated bv Senator F. . McAllis
ter " ' Miss Mae Hubbard returned to Mo-
berly after visiting Misse-, Jessie and
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Fuld Markev Jhe Trfanglc-In'ee ac- j -'" James A. Ray who has been for Detroit. Mich, after attending the
Knid Marko. the Triangle luce i,js son-in-law funeral of the hitter's grandmother,
tress, is havir.g an unusual experience i "-"'"J, r.o. i.. nruvwi. u ,
thi, week. She is the onlv girl among ! 21 KdReiwol avenue, went to Kan- Mrs. It. U Coons,
more than a hundred men who are ,' "" business ve-terday morn- M. E. Lipscomb of the Hudso-Phil-camping
out in Topango Canyon, sev- ' l Motor Car Company went to Kan-
ri ...Ho frrn, Imeville. where Wil- , 'ri!- Turner Palmer went to Rrowns sas City yesterday afternoon on busi-
liam S. Hart Is engaged in filming . Station jesterday morning to visit i e,s. He will return Tuesday--renes
for the Triangle drama bv J. G. , ' Frazler. Mrs. J. II. Trail who has been visit-
Hawks, in which he is starring' Mrs. U L. Morgan and family who iK :l daughter. Mrs PK. Fenton
haw been isiting at Route I here. , here, went to Hallsville .wsterday af-
, ,, , I went to Kansas Citv yesterd.iy morn- ternoon to vi-it another daughter. Mrs.
N..-ii, Miration iin iusim-ss. T w make llielMl0Ille thl.rc k ,, I)atIf.Ilertv.
Miss I. A. Potter, chief operator of p We!nk 4,3 ,,, acnlKt ' Mrs Kst. n ., 1!roa(Iwav
the Columbia Telephone C ompany. t Jo Centraia , visIt fr,BIllN u(.nt t0 centralia vesterdav afternoon
and Misses aura Todd erna I he- r mornlnK, , , mmft hor dallRhtei. frothy, who
ian. Pearl Hall and Lena (.iKtme. "Per- , n p of gt . wh
tors, went to St. Louis yesterday morn- (.(luIllbsl a ,,,,. ,.,, Mr ,, Mrs T Wade 712 Ta.
...K ... ,,..-,... a ..,..... ... , friem,Si retllnie,i ,lome yesterday
how the telephone operators there do ' . r
it. and are coming back with a new
assortment of pleasant greetings to the
"tired business men" of Columbia.
dj avenue, went to Hallsville yester
day afternoon to ist their daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Uu I). Dennis, 300 jrs. Ed Rarncs.
i Oak street, went to St. Louis yester- i
day morning to visit friends.
CITY AND CAMPUS
Albert and Frank Turner.
More's lMiulcvanl. left for Kansas City
Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Pigg. their little
-on Warren and little daughter Helen,
.Mrs. J. S. Rice, 101:! Missouri aie- , whi have been visiting Mrs. Pigg's
nue. went to Kansas City yesterday f sister, Mrs. M A. Coats at 401. North
morning to visit her aunt. Mrs J. S. Kighth street, returned home to Halls-
i::oo More i Hie yesterday afternoon.
Miss Genexieve darrett of Kansas Kd Faddis who has been here on
City, who has been here to arrange business returned home to Centralia
Mr. and Mrs. J M Llo who haw lor entrance to the Domestic Science jesterday afternoon,
been isiting Kd lietz here, left jester- department of the l'niwrity this fall. ' jrs. E. M. Itennett. who has been
day morning for their home in Me.i- returned home jesterday morning. visiting her son-in-law. John C. Hollo-
io- Mrs. T. E Turner, who lias been way at 117 Ilitt street, returned to
W. II. Jeffries. 1701 Hinkson avenue, visiting Mrs. J. S. .Moss at H",H Rass her homo in St. Louis yesterday after-
went to HallsWIle je-terda morning avenue, returned to her home in St noon.
on business. Mr Jetlries is a justice Louis jesterday morning. Miss Xell Ruddemeyer. .109 South
of the peace and has a case there. -Miss Mildred Fra?ier of Kansas City t PKtu street, went to Stephens yester-
Miss Sallie Redford left for Arm- who has been here isiting a sick , uav afternoon to visit her parents.
trong. in Howard County, je-terday friend in the Parker Memorial Hos- j Mr. Percy Werner, a student in the
I'niversity went to St Louis j-ester-day
afternoon to visit friends. He
morning to visit Miss Lizie Yencey and pital. returned to her home yesterday
other friends. morning.
George Tyler left for his home In Dr I. Leob of the I'niversity faculty
St. Louis vesterdav morning after vis- went to Rowling Green jesterday
Ring his son-in-law. Robert W. Jones, morning to deliver an address at the
will return in the fall.
Misses Lu7elle and Ledah Schaad,
309 Ann street, have gone to Sante
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
We are prompt, sure, reliable. Fair pric
es on all trips. Dance calls a specialty.
"RIDE COMFORT. 11 W"
Bowser Taxi Co.
THE MEETING PLACE
for THE CAMPUS
Where the Students
Meet between C fosses
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our entire plant, new kitchen and re
frigeration, new dining room arranged in new
est college style.
OUR breakfasts, light lunches, Sunday
night suppers are famous among Cam
THIS coming year we will be better able
to serve our patrons.
XE open early in September. Come in
' and see us on your return.
1 'Just South of Academic Ha"
Fe, Mo., for a two weeks' visit with
friends. Sante Fe is their father's for
mer church district.
Mrs. Lucy Smith and .Mrs. D. Car
mack of St. Iyuis left j-esterday for
their home after visting George Rrown
and famil', 211 West Ash street.
E. F. Jeffries left for a short busi
ness trip to Jefferson City.
Miss Ann Preacher left for her
home In Estill, Mo., after visiting Mrs.
R. S. Cunningham.
William Lott went to Estill, Mo.,
Mrs. A. J. Copeland and Mrs. J. L.
Turner went to Fayette yesterday af
ternoon for a short visit with friends.
W. J. Hurner went to Sunrise
Church, north of Mexico, yesterday af
ternoon to preach.
Miss Helen Averitt, 1000 University
avenue, went to Mexico j-estcrday af- i
ternoon. She will remain over Sun
day. Syd Grindstaff has returned to Mc
Baine after shopping in Columbia.
Rev. R. C. Abrams went to Rovvena,
Mo., yesterday afternoon to preach.
F. A- Andrews went to Central
Church in Audrain county yesterday
afternoon to preach.
.Miss Rertha Richard. 721 Missouri
avenue, went to St. Iuis yesterday
afternoon to visit her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. T. M. Green, Christian College
Campus, went to Centralia yesterday
afternoon to visit her father, J. B.
ir nn.t Mrs. W. R. Smith left jes
terday for Ionia, Mo., where they will
attend the big land sale to be held
J. C. Sappington, of Roonville, who
has been visiting his son, C. W. Sap
pington, near Columbia, returned to
Mr- and Mrs. Carl Smith left for
Icnia, Mo., for a short visit.
Miss Myrtle Wright, who has been
a student in the School of Journa
lism left yesterday for Warrcnsburg.
where she has accepted a position as
reporter for the Star Journal of that
Mrs. George. Houseman returned to
her home in Windsor after visiting
relatives in Columbia.
Prof Arthur Zeigler returned from
Xew York and will again take charge
of the orchestra at the Columbia Thea
ter. .Mrs. S. M Mctty has returned from
Chicago and St. Ixmis where she has
been inspecting fall lines of merchandise.
Experience is the
We are the oldest photographers in Columbia
and therefore can make the best pictures. Look
at our window display and you will be convinced.
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SEE OUR COMPLETE FALL STOCK OF FURNITURE AND RUGS
Scarcely a week goes by but orders are received from out of town for
furniture and furnishings for the home thus emphasizing our large
stock and complete service.
Our fall stock is here and we call your attention to our complete line
of Rugs of all sizes and kinds.
The Center of Interest to Persons About to Furnish Their Homes
NORTH 10th ST.