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Drinks That Win Her Favor
If you want your girl to La well pleased with her
drinks there is only one answer and that is to take her to
The Pollyanna Chocolate Shop extends you an imi
tation to come down aDd visit us. Drinks are made here to
please you. That is our aim.
The Pollyanna Chocolate Shop
9th and Broadway
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
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"Mi Ray-Stewart went to ,Merico es
lerday. She will Inch in the high
school there this winter.
Mrs. Warns Stewarts formerly Miss
Jane Qua)le, i to leave Sunday for her
home In Rayviile, Ore. She turn been
Waiting Miss Mary laming here, t
Miss Sarah Drill, teacher of ma I he-
Drug SrpTerete yeari ago 'aw!-!?
now connected with the Hemingway &
MoMr Gear Co, of Salt Lake Cty, left
for lfeniYork yesterday after spending
two day in Columbia tuning friend.
B. Schneider, daylight engineer on the
Katr, has gone to Su Louis on business.
Mrs. F. & FJIiot end daughter. Zola
Cooper, of Sj. Louis, left for Jefferson
Gty yesterday, after a short stay in Co.
Mrs. Pearl Smith went to Jefferson
raalirs at Columbia High SiIkk.1, arriv.,C;,y th!, a,emoo Mr. Smith and his
J yesterday. t,auly recently moved from Jefferson
All- Sara Searcv left this morning for j-;,,. , C7 North Eighth street.
Bonne Terre, where she will reach ,.h)M. f p. o - lf
cal rducanon .1. tl- li.r.ne Terre seh.yl. (ab 0nat4. Ky esterday after Wait-
Mr. I . B. Glenn left today for Wind . ,,., M J. Perkins 1014 Wal
sur on business.
Mrs. Herman Suiter and daughter. i ... ,' . c, , , ... ..
i: j ...i i.-:. i. . Mm Auhry Shock of 613 Washing.
niKC .r.IUl.CUi IWU1 IU MICK 1IUIIIC LI! . 1 . . I .1 .L
' m r 1 1 e. .- ti i si . -n street, who is connected with the
Nevr I ranklin after visiting Air. and Airs. . , ' , , . , , . .
Cline Teachers" Agency left tonight for
Uirtlesville. Oklahoma to spend to
' weeks wih relatives.
' Charles Sinclair on K. F. P. No. 4.
Miss Helen King left yesterday for
J Palmvra, where she will teach this win
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The Reverend W. 0. Dixon has gone AD
to Auxvasse, to fill his regular appoint I
mer.t at the Bapti't Church there tomor-JCInhj Among rniffrolly and College
row. 1 ' Students DeUredV
Misses Guida Criesby and Bertha f Headquarrrs in Columbia for a com
Crigsby left this morning Tor Qaik !;,, , he Aswri,., Adig
where they will attend the funeral ,..,,,, , ,
their uncle. Ar Gngsliy. . "l1" of. ,h' Wo.,,.J IO os'n ,he or"":
i C. J. S.lmlte. who lues 10 miles wlT -" v' """"b ' "--'& ---,.,f
Columbia has gone to St. Louis to """r ""'C k"lJ' ' -'"
i li-it relamej. y lae Bp "mm"- P-rsident of John V.
, Searcy Morehead of 402 Conley ave J"'" Clatt' Alpha. Delta Sigma.
1 nue. who has Leen seriously lU, is re- ( ue " ? committee was
'riorted imn-ovinr jmade last June at the convention ol
George C Ma. who worked for the!l,e Asciated Advertising Clubs in In-
diananolis by the delegates representing
Alpha Delta Sigma, advertising frater.
nit), and Gamma Alpha Chi, the adver
tising scroti!). According to Mr. Ilos
J mer, he expects to receive announce
ment of the appointment of a commit
tee by the Associated Advertising Clubs
I representing the two honor societies and
y J J. 4- -. f i"c non fraternity advertising clubs.
XiU LdlXlOllI I wnicu v''- atIT oat " cti campaign
I for the organization among students in
It is important to the Masonic Stu-, un!"r5',!" '"-! injunction in adier
dent Home Movement that all students -J, -, ,.e opinion of some of the
who are Masons write their names and m" -- lnF Associated Advertising
,llir- h flit 1ft lir-iaw I t ,riBaA- JlJ Ia !.l.--i
I addresses on postcards ard mail them to Mr Mr. n0MnCTf -lhat ,he ,xt.,.5;0n 0f
-pv -w-w j. 'advertising club woik Into all the uni-
LOlllS MJ "Otter. ,ereil! leaching advertising would help
7 the associated clubs in their work of
President, the Masonic Student Home establishing the "truth in advertising"
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SOCIETY Kinds of industries are listed as fol.
1 lows "w
marrisf-e .f r. tr.i. r I.
Nowell to Frank Al". 1- .. ", , 1 ' l -"-PF-. 2; Ice-cream mannfactur-
bride-; paren,;1 ,4l5 "r& roaTk Tte 3- " MilK-o; CandyT-l monih. H, is .till .en M Wteea
Her. Waller Houshalter of the arisuan lorie, 3: V1" 3i Vlrit, 2; Quar- &T? hrte. nd an. abondant atnotfflt ot
uiurcn performed.the ceremony nrs "; r'""T P-" 2; Shoe factory, I;
The br.de. who was nnattendcl. ,. Mnf.. " ,ce .".'"' ' M"bi
luven in marriaee h, her f,.!,.. vr n ?- '' "n 3C,une "Pr.
NowelL Sh. w. .,.l ' '.' , ?.,,,,,ne 0,Ls-
bloe tricotine rtii '."3 " IK
earried a bornirt of l.r.,1.. r..0 ..n
ferns. i Dr. Charters to Teach S. S. CUss
Rendering plant, 1;
Packing plant, 1.
at live Baptist Sunday
Itor of the Copper Farm Pre
713 Maryland Pbcr,
ATTENTION, STUDENTS !
8 Per Cent
standard and their woik in increasing
tin- ethical standards of the advertising
Al present there are eight student ad
vertising cluls. There are chapters of
Alpha Delta Sigma here, at the Univer
Isity of Illinois, the Universit) of Ken
tucky and at Georgetown (Ky.) College.
I Gamma Alpha Chi, the advertising so
nority which was organized here last
! year, also has a cltapter at the Univer
sity of Texas. In addition there are
i student advertising clubs at the Univer
' sity" of Wisconsin and New York- City
.Mrs. Meckel was a junior in the L'i
versity last spring and was a member oi
the Alpha Phi soronry. Mr. Meckel was
graduated from Ohio Stale L'nivrrmv
and has been working in the Extension
Division of that univetsil).
About fiity guests were present. Mrs.
T. T. Smith of Lincoln. Neb, sibter of
the bride, and .Mrs. P. Y. 1V of Kansas
were the onl) out of lv.n gjests.
Bethany Kircle gave a picnic at Rol
hns Spring last night. Thoce who at
tended were: Ann fleming. Jane Hack-
nev. .Mary Hackne), Nita Gdlier, Madge
Lafotce, Nellie Kitchens, Zena Shafer.
Harris, Isabel Robinson, Faje Johannes,
Helen l'are, Josephine Stewart, loise
Virginia Oliver. Helen I-eMert, Ijta
Fairbairn, Katherine Morrow, V. ilraa
Cann. B)na Hargrove. Frances Ruler,
Mae Pennington and Lela Kincade.
S. BUTA-sT RELFASEU 0 BOXD
, He Pleads tinilty to farrjinfr
Stanhope Bryant of South Carolina
1 who was arrested Tuesday night l.y the
ixiiumma police tor carping concealed
, weapons pleaded guilty in lustice court
I when arraigned before Judge John S.
liictnell late .Monday afternoon. He was
bound over to the October term of the
Grcuit Court, has bond being ffred at
$500. He obtained bond and u ...
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Miss Loui-e Mdler entertained with a
swimming part) and luncheon at Chris
tian College Tuesday complimentary t
Miss Marv GarL. wh.-e marru;e to Raj
mond Mattin of Louisville, K)- will
late place Monday. The gLests were
Mises Alary and Dorothy Gaik. Eliza
beth Harris, Helen Mitchell, 'Kii.ifred
Dysart. Alree"" Kirtlr. Eleanor Tavlor.
and Frances Cray.
Mrs. John Von Holtzendnrf of San
Antonio, Tex, is the guet of her broth
era, Frank and biJnej Rollins.
Miss Juliet Bowling will return neat
week from a two weeks stay in Bay View,
Missouri Cotton (iairw Tuo Points.
Missouri cotton grained two points
doling August and a condition of 81
per cent now forecasts a yield of 274
pounds of lint per acte, as summarized
The h,... ,. .r . , ,. ! " W. IT. Charter, will teach E. W.
white rWsii. ,V."""'-'"' '" -"J. Stephers claw at live B.
wmie clematis, dames and eandes. Th I c.i... i Tu
ring ceremony was read before an arch " """" U"-i'
rl r " tlfm:-1' 'n "" library.
Before the cetemony Mrs. M. I. Lis
comb, cousin or the bride, pla)ed Cad
mans "At Dawnim-." whU-li r.lis.
d by Lohenrrin's "Vf.l.-n. I-i.
wunng me ceremonj she plajwl "I Love
u.ucuuiriV lOUtltoinv t . frmnu -.
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nnen ttie brides mLf .i ,.t M...
Iim,.. Va. &11 .... .t .i ,
"" ..w-.cn. iiaifr oi int. tin.... ,
reived the tint! and the fiev. TXSh.r
Houshalter, the thimble. Shortly- after
the ceremony Mr. nad Mrs. Meckel left
for a trip throusii ihe rV-nr-.l n'i
They will be at home in Toneka. Kan
aner epieuiber 15. where Mr. Ml-I
ill be the agricultural engineering ed
OFOCIvL STATEMENT OF
Of the Boon County Trust Company at
Columbia, State of Missouri, at the close
of business on the 26th day of August,
Loans undoubtedly good on
Ualeral tecunty 949,05002
Loans undoubtedly good on
real estate security ...... 194.67&37
Overdrafts by solvent cus
Bonds and stocks at pres
ent value. 20,70000
Other veal estate at its pres
"t value 6,17916
Furniture and natures .. .. 2,000.00
U. S. Bonds i Ctfs. of In
Due from othrr Trust Com
panies anj banks, good on
sijlil draft 132,48.95
Checks and other cash
Cath on hand (currency, gold,
silver and other din) ... 29,701.09
Ml othtr resources 529.27
from cotton growers rtporT,--rA-Logan.
agricultural atiBatician for Mia
sonri, and Jewell Mayea-aecretary of,e
Sttte Board of Agrkulrare.-
The crop wa'famrabl- dnnnf-im.
moisture recently will - Induce Heavy
growth. Abandoned acreage has been
very b'ght and 'most t the- crop has
been well cultivated. The Missouri pro
duction should be 77.268 bales of "500
pounds, and the United States forecast
Is for 12,783X00 bales.
AltrlbufM Life Insurance to Hb
The summer before entring hte UnJ-
Terairr of Vermont Darwin 't,1
worked. on farm1 and u-red !
fanner for"wheai ba'worMi
lend him the restof thenece
io go to college provided he
security in rase be 'died. TW 1
believed if Kinzalry lived b.-
his money, ttngsley took, out a '
policy, which bcbanded' to his
and benefinr. To this inddnetan i
tributes the fact that he is pn
the New York Life Insurance' (
today. He wanteifto serve an i
that rendered such service.
W. C: Stephenson will be glad to uf'
you young man or young woutaa'atai.
awntrruraw arwttlt tht lan-ir a J '
Capital stock paid in .... 75.00000
undivided profits, less current
espen-s and taxes paid.. 35,736.83
Deposits subject to draft at
sifhl by trust companies,
banks and bankers 82,112.07
Depois subject to draft at
sight by indirdiuals, and
others including . demand
certificates of deposit .. 802395.09
time certificates of deposit. 5125630
Savings deposits. Customers
liond Dep. a 540.250.00
Bills pa)able 2OO000D0
All other liabilities 4,052J)0
Air. and Mrs. E. Sidney Stephens en
tertained informal!) lat evening for the
members of the Phi IWta Theta frater-
I-7i SiiU --'- ..& i.
Mrsv John Rhotles and daughter. Miss
Hulda left Thursday for their home in
llutclun-on, -Kans.,afler a Visit wilh
Airs. Rhodes Taiher.'Dean Walter Wil
Mm Mildred Battlett of Kansas Gty,
who has been visiting at the Kappa
Kappa Gamma house, will leave for Chi
cago tomorrow where she will continue
her study in the Three Arts Gub.
Miss Catherine Menefee of Sedaht re
turned home this morning after having
visited at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
AMERICA is fast becoming a pipe smoking country. Every
- year more and more men are realizing the comfort, the satis
"faction, and the economy of the pipe. And by natural selection,
more and more men are smoking W D C t Pipes. This is not
chance, n It is because W-D C Pipes otter the utmost in pipe value.
Honest French briar, seasoned by our own special process make
WDC Pipes break in sweet and mellow. Coupled with that is a
self-governed body of pipe makers whose sole object is to fashion
pipes which are without peers in all the world. And it has been
accomplished. Ask any good dealer.
Miss Noiine' Dorgan and Miss Elita-
beh Sjndison, who are teaching at Ren
Ick, Mo., are visiting with Mus Dorgan 's
mother this weekend. They are here to
attend rnh week activities at the Alpha
Delta Pi house.
STATE OF .MISSOURI, County of
We, W. A. Krieht. nresident.- and S.
F. Conley, secretary of the Boone County
Trust Company, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true and correct
to the best of our knowledge and belief.
W. A. BRIGHT, President,,. J
& F. CONLEY, Secretary.
Surwctibed and sworn to before me
this 2nd day cf September, nineteen
hundred. and twenty. Witness my Band
and notarial seal the dale last aforsaid.
(Commissioned and qualified for a term
eipiring November 22nd, 1922.)
(SEAL) FRANCES M. BRIGHT.
J. A. DEV1ER,
W. R. WILLIAMS.
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Buy this splendid Modern House on University
2 blocks from White Campus, 8 rooms and sleep. ,
Coal Storage Brick Veneer Cement Driveway.
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Lot 60x233 Bam -Hen ,House Garage and '
Large Garden, Fruit anil Grapevines. '
Floyd MrBride, son of Mr. and Mrs
D. L. McBride of 204 Hilt s-reet, was
married today in Chicago to Miss Tress
Seely. The bride h the daughter of W.
S. Seely of Chicago.
Mr. McBride is a member of.the cloth
ing firm of Sykes & McBride of Blythe
tille, Art, where he has been for the
last four "years. He left Columbia nine
yeras ago and was in business in Popu
lar Bluff, Mo., for five 5 ears. The cou
ple will make their home in Bl)theville,
They will take their wedding trip along
the Great Lakes,
COLUMBIA IH PHIVTCMl CEATIB
City Has 23 Retail Classei IS
Industries -Many Crocrrhs.
First printing; then banking, rand)
manufacturing, coal mining and planing
mills all tied for second; neit pjwer
plants, flour nulls, quarries and dairies
all tied far third place this is the order
in which business activities in Colum
bia are listed. Of the eighteen kinds of
industries in the cit), there are five
printing bouses, .three each of bakeries,)
candy factories; coal producers and lum
her plants and two each of power plants,
flour mills, quarries and dairies. The
ret have no competitors in their fields.
The biggest business h-vu-e lielonrs to
this latter group. .The Hamilton Brown
Shot Company, is Ihe sms's concern
which has the" greatest number of em
ployes, crealer -in number than all those
engaged In the other industries combin
ed. It employes 325 perrons.
Here is bsw Columbia's rttail hou-es
are grouped and lifted:
Grocery stores, 38; Garages, .2; Har
ber thorjs. 9: Drue stores. 9; Meat mark.
ets',7; Plumber 6; Dry goods stores. 6;
Shoe stores, 5; Jewelers, 5;'Confeclion.
aries, 5: Hardwares. 4r Men's clothing.
4-jTailor shops. 4;-" Bakeries, 4; Book
stares, 4; Wall Paper Dealers. 4; hied- j
rical contractors, 1; Apr. Implements, 3;
Department stores, 2f Photoraphers, 2;
s- Dai "M
jfr I f- "v G-lumbia ' rc,ail nou-es j
$t aw .-.b-i --. .. are grouped and lifted; ,
t I WM,DEMUiH 8t- CO.. NE.W YORK I . Cr '. 3S; Carages. 12; Bar
B H W.'O'RJlDlS LAH.CCST MAKERS OF FINE R.I R-ClS W
The Episcopal Church extends.to all students a cordial invitation to
join the Students Class which will meet for organization with the opening of .
llic fall term of the Church School at 9:45 Sunday morning, JPM3LHI
H The rector is very eager to gel a complete list of all students who are
jn any way interested in the Episcopal Church at as early a date as possible.
Send your name and address to 809 Rollins St., if you arc not able t0 come
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