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THE COflJMBlX lENl!'ffl5ggDffittN FfiriTAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1926
, j . TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
'Evil'to him who evil thinks
That was the warning embroidered on the dainty circlet
t"MY LADIES' GARTER"
and which tumbled a guileless lover into a scandal with an
heiress, a blackening plot and more spine tingling excite-
fnent than any other garter ever started.
MUTT AND JEFF
-JT - . MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Madge Kennedy in "The Truth"
Too Late to' Classify
LOST Somewhere on Campu Sigma
Chi fralernftj pin. Name H. T. Damon.
Call 616. Reward. VIM
1 FOR RENT To men, room, or will
lake roommate 1115 University aire.
Phone 1292 White. . T-1S
1 can yellow fling peaches 20c
2 cam Suruliine com 23c
1 can Swuhine red beans 10c
Housewife Must Be Clever With
Brain and Funds to Pre
pare Meal for Her
815 FOR FAMILY OF SIX
1 can Domino aalmon
2 can Bo Kaxo bain powder ZSe
Estimate Is Given by One of
Columbia Merchants Veg.
etables Are High for
This Time of Year.
TROPIC A'UT MARCARINE.
We are eitremelr gratified with our graving ules of this splendid
' article; the fact that our eustumris come back for more is evi
dence of satisfaction. The price is the same today, tomorrow and
for ever 30c
From quality young native beef 12 12, 15, 17 1-2; 20, 2Se
. Fancy Shoulder Steak.... 25c
Fresh Cround Hamburger (guaranteed absolutely pure and fresh. ..20c
Fancy Milk Fed Veal Roasts 20c
Fancy Veal Breast ready for stuffing I5c
Fancy Veal Chops 35c
Beef Tongues 35c
Young Beef Liver .". 15c
Lamb Shoulders .' 25c
Lamb Slew ; 1254c
Picric Hams ...., 274c
Kegular Smoked Hams 35c
Skinned Hams ......'. 40c
Swift Premium Skicned Hams 45c
Arrange to have a charge accouit wiih us and enjoy the satisfaction
of getting the best, for .jour money. Remember our policies: Quality,
Service, Satisfaction, and the cost h no more.
t PHONE TWO SEVEN 011"
Careful planning and clever .manipu
lation of both brain and funds, (re re
quired by the modern housewife if she
, -, I" 1o ofucr and cook a delectable, well.
Quaker corn puffs 25c I funi Sunday dinner for her family.
2 packages two-minutes oat food. .. 25c i" Mt ,aaa "r "miled she must exer-
Icise all the more skill in contriving to
7 or. packages currants 35c jserve a meal with all the "makings' at
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1 package Morning Glory coffee.... 50c i ,;,
huh urci roaais ranging in pticc
J from 15 tar- 35 cents, according to the
Fruits and "" ' brr' " for family of sit
would amount to from 85 rents to 11.25.
deliv-J nhwas a pork or veal roast would come
jrnn.m.riniv .natia .a l. -....
fY ami fair tr.atn-.nt Plinna mnr ' - .- ...
' " . .. ,--. lrom 25 45 crnl9
Country produce wanted.
vegetables a specialty. Prompt
of ordinary individuals with applet at
$X50"to $4-a bushel; peaches, $4.50 to
tS a bushel; orange from 60 cents lo
tl a dnirn and bananas at 17 1-2 cents
a pound. Cantaloupes and watermelons
are moderately cheap.
With fresh vegetables so expensive,
the housewife might even consider the
excellent prepared salads fresh and de
licious. They are selling from 40 to 75
cents a pound.
One merchant estimated that a Sun
day dinner for a family of six using the
most expensive cuts of meat and the very
best quality of vegetables would 'prob
ably reach the $15 mark.
"If the housewife would only remem
ber," said one merchant today, "that the
less expensive cats of meat are just as
good as those which cost more, she would
find that she could spread her funds
over more space. But some people think
if a steak is not a porterhouse or a air
loin it is not a steak."
It takes conscientious application
and ingenuity to be an Al housewife
these days" said another merchant.
S. K. C.
ITk Jfolorc jele Ton XoIst.
Roy Hancock, a soldier, was fined II
and costs in the police court this morn
ing for driting a motorcycle with the
orders and see.
Roat Beef 10, 12 12 and 15c
Dry Salt Meat .' 2V
Lard in 50 Pound Tins 110.90
pound, fish are Try our Boone County Farm Sausage.
try our Log Labm Olen,
Cor. 8th S Walnut
! selling from 30 to 40 cents a pound and
1 trying chickens are selling at 35 cents a iry our Home Killed fork.
I pound. Meals deliriously cooked and Try' our Breakfast Bacon,
ready to serve at a moment's notice', can' Try our Home-Made Pies.
I be. bought from 30 to 85 cents a 'pound. Try anything we have.
I Al the present time vegetables are HETZLEB MARKET.
high, with prices as follows: Lima Where Quality and Sanitation Reign
beans, 15 rents a pound or 45 cents a Supreme.
gallon; fresh tomatoes, 8 cents. a pound: !, n,7i 7Z. ,
string beans 7 cent, a pound; corrHs ?" P"1 f""- Cll,f?' T
cents a doren: Dotatoes. 4 rem. . JkA.-. '! '". me V" to ''" br
,-,. t,.iw. in , jY.v..' Dr"lui" .Pe " of Eslella
:r. ..::t ,"?. s-.. r Utd o,
r reu icuut-e, Alio ju cents a nead;
celery, 10 cenls a bunch; green peppeis
. I Mrs Osborn will give a concert in
Fruit is still soaring beyond the reach University Auditorium, Sept. 25. (adv.)
She is an artist of un
usual ability and of noteworthy achievements."
Good fountain service means not only serving
the best materials obtainable but careful attention
to their preparation, together with a variety of
choice sufficient to. give unlimited selection.
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Let us teach yem how to make
your clothes as you want them
Ladies' Tailoring College
Third Floor . Elvira Bldg.
Oswald, the Joy-Bird
When you feel as compan
ionable as"a rhino; when
your spirits are so low you
have to reach up to touch '
bottom ; when vacation joys
seem but poignant memor-
ies, just hunt up the gang j
and say "Palms."
With fountain service un
excelled a tasty Palms
frappe, cold and snappy,
' buried in crushed fruits I
and crowned with a cherry
will make you look at the
world through rose-colored
When the gloom-clouds
Just Say, "Palms"
The University Oasis
' Every Slice
That is what they say about our deliriously bak
ed cakes we have for you.
A splendid variety fresh every day. Also all pas
Jry delicacies and fine bread and rolls.
Get some of these dainties to" take to your room
for the "before-you-go-to bed" lunch.
Way Side Inn
Across from Wabash Station. Phone 1260. ".
We pride ourselves on our fountain service.
We are always on the lookout for neiv ideas that
will increase the perfection of the drinks ue'serve.
- THE PENNANT
12 South Ninth
Pure thread silk Fash
ioned seam leg. A won
derful value at this price.
Strictly first quality. In
New York Store
j "The Place of Bargains"
Now located at 12 North 8th St.
We have moved from our old location at the corner
of Ninth and Cherry to 12 North 8th Street.
Our new store at 12 North 8th Street is in the build
ing formerly occupied by Hackethorn and Johnston.
We have enlarged our stock and will carry a com
plete line of all kind of groceries and vegetables'. .
Come and Visit Us at Our New Store.
Phone 32 Phone 32
'The Wisdomjpf Observation"
Will be the Subject of .
DEAN WILLIAMS' LECTURE
Before his Bible Class in the Broadway Odeon at
9:45 A. M. Sunday morning.
You are, Invited to Attend
After the Matinee
In a Harris Booth
You fTill Enjoy
Silting and Talking
HARRIS SPECIAL. ,
There's, a Difference '
That Means of Quality
Perfection and Confection
Millard & Sisson
Chocolate Covered Sundaes
Have you ever, tried one of these at the "Pollyanna.:
They are made to perfection and are sure to win your favor.
We have a complete line of the very best of candies..
We have candy both in fancy boxes and bulk candy; Try
your next box here. i
Pollyanna Chocolate Shop
"Serves You Right"
Phone 359 Ninth at Broadway
Yes he's fitted for fall.
He has just bought a new
. Barth Suit and he's step
ping out. He's proud to
show it off.
We are headquarters
for Society Brand, Stein
Bloch and Langham
Suits. See these better
$40 to $75
250 Guaranteed AUWool Suits for fall at $25-$40
See the. Jack O'Cealher !uit for Boys.
Those Special Tables for Ladies
We Pf omiserl Are Ready
We have made our dining room larger!
oy mree new tables, l oday we began
reserving the first three tables for, the
Our enlarged waiter service will know!
just what dainties thesetables should hav
ine lunch counter service wjth pil
ined chicken, sandwiches and salads
open to you until lam. ; ;
COLUMBIA CATERING CO.
"Just a Step from Anywhere." Over the White Eagle
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