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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1920.
bcr? House 'ceds Bcnalr. I enoiill- funds to remodel, repaint" and i
ee-H.i4 rc. tremrer the ft-rciin office, it hasn't seen
IpHiUN, Sept- J. Though the gov- its vrsy clear ' mating needed repair
result, the roof looU leak and cer
tainlr needs a new coat of shingle. The
lienor needs scrubbing, and the
palace" of President Ehert. As tenor could stand emlHlishine.
Ujion jour return 10 Columbia jou find a Chocolate Shop, A Place where
jou get real drink-, sencd in llierirht way. Our Drink:, are make to please
the most elite people and we extend jou an imitation to come in and visit
TO SERVE -YOU RIGHT IS OUR MOTTO
We arc alto carrjirg a complete line of box and hulk Candy. Be sure
to try tonic the next time you ate here. Sure it will please jou.
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Tlie "What Shall We do Sunday" question
answers itclf when Harris' is mentioned.
Harris' is more than a place to eat, it is per
meated with the spirit of friendliness, ro-
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d9llLtlHif IllaflCf tltin .uiiuajr uu ifiii xjjiu JUU1
Bs t"fi"I fr'cnk m a .Harr's' Booth or in the Tea
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of suqirising crispness arc .just as different as
Hairis' steaks and salad
jou could wish. Sen ice Sunday evening is a la carle. After Church jou
'"will find a truly delicious tabic d'hote luncheon.
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CITY AND CAMPUS
Mis. I!. P. Price returned yesterday
to her home in Centralis after a short
liii in Columbia villi J. M, Price.
Shrine Club of Columbia lal evening,
the members enjoyed dinner together at
Harris. After the dinner the Shriners
went to the Columbia Theater. here
tfier were the cuests of J. Dozier Stone.
JIis Helen MclVal returned to her The 4ju5incs meetins nas relative to!
takins a class into the tlub this fall.
Eicry student ho is a member of any
other Shrine dub is hrged to leave his
name and Columbia address at Decry s
Mns EUa Coralline, teacher of scicrrts
at Christian College, arrived yesterday
from Cadston, Ala.
Dr. J. It. McUride, hu lias been vis
aing his sittrr, Mrs. J. A. Stewart of
Vn Itroadtia), for the Ian three das.
returned lo his home in Springfield to
.lay. Mi" Frances IU Moore v 13 llrn
! Ia"c If ft CoTumbui tcnJay for Nca!a. J
-no., incrc Mic win leacu commercial i
subjects in he Nevada high school. !
home in JopHn after spcndirg a few
tlas in Colunhta
Mi Helleu IUnU.!i.!i left for her
home i n $U Joseph ) esjerday.
Koy Iran Jolmson and family of Kan
sas Qty are In ins at 612 Turrrr ave
nt.e. Mr. Jtitiiuon trill be instructor of
Engl Ii at 5lrpIiT5 Collrpr He 'was
fcmcrl a mf-nilcr of the ErIii de
partment at Junior College in Kajua
I)r and Mr. I- V. Vaughn f iei.
&x, Drll, art i-itms at tltr lion of
O-H-tor ati-Imt inolher at fill College
avenue. f)ctor au-Im n an invrector
in the State GUc;r of Delawsrr JSoih
he and hi vifc cre students in the
University of Missouri.
Mips Lucile IlichanU of 406 Hut
FcIIowmg a UisinrH mretiOR of the street left for Cutler, JIo., today where
In Our Own Factory
on The Premises
We design, maLe and furnish for 5 our individual
needs any kind, sdjle or shape lens known in the optical
uorld. If c JJu Surface unnding (that is we grind the pre
scription 011 the glj'-s.) Don't let jour broken lenses be
sent out of town lo be ground. You can get it done here
in ONE DATS TIME. '
Prices Guaranteed Reasonable
DR. R. AWALTERS
0er 8bl Broadway
For Appointment Call Office, 306; Residence 1385-Grcen
he Mill testa eonraerciil subjects In
the ISulIer High School.
Iis Mary Flood left this morning for
St. Louis for a iit illi Miss JlilJrel
Turner. Frcn 5L Uiuis JIus HxhI .ill
;i to McMlMeT, Oila, vher; slic has a
Kition tcadiing the high echnol.
Mrr. T. (',. OurlhanU of JefTrrwn titv.
uho has lien yUi-ws in Columbia, let
tins morning lo resd the day in (.en
It. I. Palmer ard bis son went tj
Crowns ibis raoinng for c iK.t with hi'
iirot'ier. PuU Palmer.
J. SI. Jacka an I P. W. Sarjrnt bit
i'iis moining Ttr .fobcilv, M'-ete they
Hill alleTt! ill- reunion if t'' Ninth Mi-
$o.iri oIiinlccr Caalr. Th an. both
C1-1I Vizz vclrrans.
Mm. Woodson Mows aid Mi-s Lnti--.Miller
of Oirifan O-Hcsp rnie.nel
hEIi a smennr; lutty Tu-jday irjr.i
ing in Imno' t.f Mi Mary Ctrl. lio
is to Ie married this rtoit!i. Tlw nata
Itrum as decorated wi'h gan'en flo
Tli- Margaret fJnan? Orelc ! KimrV
Dabblers met at Mis. C II. Mall'irns
lionie, liUl Murk's lxuhnard, this after
The V omen's Miasionarr oeil if
ih Mcllmdi-t Oiurch will ho'd ils reu
lar rwalhly meetms reit Friday.
Mr. ard Mrs. TS. E. Fay. 102 Chilian
Clolcgc aienue. entertained a few fnerds
at dinn-r TLesihi ncnin nt honor of
'lieir jn, Lrlloy iav. anl his wife. Mr.
r.nd Mrs. Leftny Fay hate just retu'wd
from their vedJins trip.
Miw Ethel Wilder of Jarksonulle. Ill,
is Ti'ilns I er sifter. Mrs. D. C Sune
N. T. Milchflt of Columbia celebrated
i.; .fcf eighth bi.-thdar jestciday idi
a ritrii surper at his farm ten miles
est cf Gdjmbia. Mr. and Mrs. fi. IL
Cray, Misses Frances and Eaic Crar,
Mitchell Cray, P. J. Mitclwll and family,
T. Mitchell, Jr, and family, V. II.
Wiiliilc and familj and .Mr". S. J. Mc
Clure nerc his guests.
Ice IL Hosmer"Eivc a birthdaT
Wednesday oening at the Harris' Tel
Hot si. The su-sts included Mr.
Mr .Ifon-o Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. 1
W. Sanll, I-eale MeCaul-j, F. C. T,i
fe'oaa JJcCaidcy. Mrs. Ceorjc E. Ha
mrr and Miw Katbeiine Hosmcr.
E'-cry ounce of HI' Flour is ical fluur mh in fowl'
vahic Jiid tinifonii in qujlil).
Our Fclecton of only the bc:t wheat raited in Boone
County and our system of milling ma:cs po-siblc the manu
fheture of thi- supremely satisfactory flour.
'7P Satisfaction" for sale by all grocers or call No. 9
Boone County Milling
and Elevator Company
Makers of Red Ring Feeds.
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AUKjnds-of Ice Cream
We are able to supply you with Brick and Bulk Ice
Cream. We can gie jou most any flaor jou want.
Try some of our Ice Cream cone. Wcsene thcrnat
the tlorc. They arc alwajs full.
Phone 819 Dot Sappiiton, Prop. ' 6 N. 8lh St.
SQOTT;S BOOK SHOP
Wc-now haca complete line of Sthool Rooks ond Sthool Supplies.
Call caily and sae the rush. We will take jour old books in exchange,
.-nd sell jour second-hand bocks cheap. Wc have books for both the High
School and Grade Schools.
SCOTT'S BOOK SHOP
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For the young woman who cares about getting the 'verj'
best and latest in hatwear, she will always' choose Staf-'
We would be pleased to have all the new and old students
come in an sec us.
Make it a -visit here ncjt time jou are down (own.
Stafford Hat Shop
The Hall Theatre
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MATINEE 3 P. M.
ADMISSION: Lower Floor, 30c; Balcony, 20c. Matinee, 20c.
Prices include tax. ,
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COJE EiRLY-Flrst Sliow at 7:15 Prompt
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