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THE LEXINGTON INTELLIGENCER, LEXINGTON, MO. THE FIRST HOMECOMING WAS A SUCCESS tain of K. U. banket ball team.) A. C. Ilaysler, Jr., K. C. '19-'21. R. II. Oiflith, St. Louis, '07-'09. R. N. Strickland, Missouri, 'OD-'i:?. S. N. Wilson, Missouri, 'SOl'81. W. P. Moore, .Missouri, 'Oti-'OD. I1'. K. Kensler, Missouri, 'l)0-'O2. S. W. liaTnctt, M.ssouii, 'T'J-UO. Allen Chambers, Missouri, 'OG-'IO. J. G. Crenshaw, Missouri, '82-'85. K. T. Slier, Missouri, 'UU-'Ol. K. T. Neer, Missouri, 'Jl-'12. J. A. l!ur, Missouti, "0!)-'10. S. H. Harrdson, Kansas City, '84- witi present. There were! three men on hand from ihe class j R- H- Ferguson, Missouri, '13-'17. of '85 and abi ut ten men from thej K- N. Honkina, Missouri, '88-'02. class of '18 came over from Kansas! ''allm'' siI1- Missouri, '08-'ll. University. j J. N. Sluruis, Missouri, '02. The whole corns, members of the: Ben Gratz, Missouri, '89. faculty, and a number of business' J- K- Campbell, Kansas City, '13- men of I.exinjiton, former cadets, met, 17 the mormnp trains at the Lexington Plans Are Already Being Made For Next Year. From Thr W. M. A. Trumpeter. In spite of the fact that the Al umni Association of Lexington, Mis souri, derided to stajje a "Homecom ing" on shott notice, it was a real success. At the noon-day pep lunch eon fully onp hundred and lifty "oil boys" with their wives (if thev had them ) 1. K. Weidman, Oklahoma, '19. R. L. Masters, Missouri, '17-'21. C. L. Ristine, Missouri, '10-'ll. C. T. Kyland, Missouri, '88-'89. J. (!. Kbide, Missouri, '88-'89. station. The one from Kansas Citv rolled in first, bringing: a group of "old boys." A minute later the train from the filst lii-inrinir thn t M - 't- ' AH. A. corps and team came in. While' Ji hull. Missouri, '17. the Wentwoith band played the vis-j Kwins, Missouri, '11-'15. iting battalion detraineij. Then led ll- Kemble, Iowa, '04-'05. by the W. M. A. bund and corns, fol-l w- Jones, Kansas City, '17-'20 lowed by Missouri Military Academy I c- Wright, Kansas City, 'M- and the Wentwoith Junior Barracks' 17" band and company, a parade wis' '" Ardiiifrer, Missouri, '02 held. The line of march covered the 'J- R- Cole, Kansas City. '00. principal business streets, and in' spite of the cold weather, a i'ood! number of spectators watched the! two schools march by At 10:30 a. m. a parade and re view was staged by the W. M. A. battalion for the "old boys." A cold wind whipped across the drill field but seventy-five "grads" were outj and wat-hed a: snappy parade. Whonj the companies passed in review, the! ',il,l I "in i R. 1.. Cole, Kansas City, '06. (I. R. Calloway, Missouri, '06. F. W. Cole, Kansas City, '15. 1!. T. Payne, Missouri, '01. Kdward A nil, Missouri, '82. A. W. Allen, Missouri, '96-'05. J. C. (iraddy, Missouri, '88. ('has. Owens, Missouri, '9C-'98. I'V Lee Wallace, Missouri, '80-'85 II. A. Sawyer, Kansas, '95-'98. W. Hatcher Thomas, Texas, '13-'15. C. R. Dobbins, Oklahoma, '18-'19 .ru'' f..n in i...i,;.,.i i i i'i I'liMim mi;, iiumu III i 'ni.iiwiiin, xo- xj formation, instantly they dropped! """V1 M. Dodiro.. Kansas City, '17- iiitu nieir on! military step, which; '' some of them had learned so long a-i A- Ainworth, Kansas, '16-'18 go, and even;, their line was straight j and regular. It was an inspiration to; the boys novf in school, to see those ; former cadets, some of them grey-' haired bankers, doctors, merchant--,' and business, men, others still youth ful college boys, marching in parade! as they used to do when they ton' lived in the .barracks and got up at.' reveille and 'retired at taps. i At noon a' luncheon was served inj the gymnasium for the corps and vi;-' itors. Over; six hundred covers were- laid and Mr. Washburn, the steward .1. (I. Russell, Missouri, '90. M. I). Gollnday, Missouri, "84. (i. C. Hoffman, Missouri, '8K-'89. W. I.. Croves, Missouri, '04-'05. Tilton Iavis, ' Missouri, '88-89. N. P. Williams, Missouri, '14-'18 R. I). Taubman, Missouri, '09-'12 P. C. Harnett, Missouri; '05-08. W. H. Pierson, Kansas City, '19-'20. Leon' Taylor, Missouri, '20. W. B. Wr.ddell, Missouri, '85. W. I'ettit. Missouri, '19. Wm.' Aull, Jr., Missouri, '08. Have You Received Your Copy of the New Dr. Price Cook Book? Millions of women welcome Dr. Price's Baking Powder which is now being made with Phosphate instead of Tartrates and sells at the surprisingly low price of only 25a for a I2-cz. can. PHOSPHATE W(Q and his head chef, Mr. Gibson, are. HIGH SCHOOLS certainly due great credit for the: PMTPP rnVTPUT masterly v,,y in which they handledj (Cntim ,1 U such a li i undertaking. Three rows of tables extended the full length ot Went won h's large gymnasium. At third prize was won by Miss :r ,ar ,.s ?nrr W!lh 8 r:,kCl "i'lie Redd and Miss Anna Mar inu rxacwepnca oi me intended W ,l4 n r r. ,T- ai. A. me'inn i i. ii represented the ,, . white marble base and on top rf the ,le pilZe 111 the Clothing contest column was the bronze figure of an w is W(,n c,y MISS Alice liarrOWS Ame .run l.oi'hb.,v. Mni'ii- I)v of I.ol i14m L.U11U ui , I ami 1 staire dui ill ' seb i -pro: i ' 1 :,:,h-V1:,.f"1 won by Miss Verone Williams, ; 7 tf.Vandalia High and the third II'' i . t I " ! t. s ft iiril - wj:-.. i,.:,1UiM.- a '..-active mzs was won by Miss Beatrice Lcoper of Chillieothe Hio-h Wll- last, H I,,,.-. .1... r.nich'Mii was First prize in the appUed art ael'e.oi'--. We lon t remenber all . ,r . ,. , , ciiiuesi was won Dy Lexington (High School; second prize, Leb- i'e:e (tre'-sinc, - wc lib-. 1 ' l :r,." . Wl rt; ( TV. I.'i-V',v- 1i,,i-f.v iin' cranberry .-:un-e, ma-bed polatoe.s, anon; third prize, Martinsville. creamed va , t hi imp a!ad, celery, icfi-ci i i ii i :ir. e. i- 11 e, iifd' i ni;. After the be-hem. tile cade.ts-. many Of Wl !.. UC:. ,f, i i.y f..r liie f- ternr.i-ti, uiie lakcti not. The alum ni rem; ei d ami were wel"nwd back by '. S -,. if,,.. Sell..,--. Mi. ,;i. iam A e !, I... .-:,'! - ui'.m (r. J'ayne, chaii n an c f tiie Il..miri.min!f Com-Tn-tfee .- a u-i i. !lfi.l then Mr. .1. (i. ( .-i -n.nv of ;hc ';ir Memoi-ial Conm-.Uie i".i;!'r,f l :'.hm for a me-m'- ' ( K. '. 1! .rK:n; ii,,.., maci- i i a ' : .- . r ii- lie- Tnoi : '. w'n Ii I,,. ,,.( f,,, l, ;(, ;l fori ' . a" 1 c'h. oenl way llie iileis anil . , ' li.el : ,v l.ark i f mi. h a mt'v-" t. 1 '. ai !.; in; uii m.nis ly en.' .i , I fe War Memorial Tlans. I'.y p: - I 'me :he li;.i,! wr.- olav i a tile feelnail field (iii.l the two c ii. im e y. ".'". s. 'I,., tneet- injr a i : . r .. i . . At -':(, o'clock in the evnina-i-l"ii ' I. -mm. The name ba.l ' been I I ft',r . wi . ,. i.y but ' m ,. -X4 ihnvii 1u ai ; ed. Tile mil tiic ; i-x.ell-nt and a much better Crowd lii:-l wa I'Xp.-eleil iiHeiiled. , Dan. : - ; e" ..w,! ii.,!',! i' InW-lit nm! a:-.. ;,!' ! vay h i l .... -I m..-t idea . ; y. i Tlv - va that the ( "Heme-'. com i j " ;n u c iea( success. AU of 'V. --.j i j, .' ,, ;),,.,. "elv - ,i .,. !e v:lh Went-. v'r ,.y .i-n- I n any ,;,i,l ;,y - Would be en ban. I fe,- TliankMiviiijr ' I" I'''-'.'. I'! '."- ao already beinc: niad" f . I- i.hv !( -i. 'l i e I- c-,1 fomn, -i, ,-s of lb- I.exini.'tnn Alumni As-aie a' '.ui v ir -Vi ini linled Me.-M-s.' Wm. .v ;; . j. v. ra i. (Iron.- ,;.u .1. ('. GiaiMy, l)r. R, 'f.1 l'avni ii .:o- , !. -r, ,-, l;, ,;;:lt.,' E. T. f-'!:e-, an, utnei-: ju t0 )(t con. Krutulated ip..n their enterrrise in' stnurinn the lir.-t "homcrominv.-." Tln few who registered are printed below: Dale livers, Oklahoma. 'IT-MS. l'.eniard lloL'er, Illinois, 'lG-'L'O. IV I'. Harrison, Kaima, '18. Geo. Rody, Kansas, '18 (Now cap- For a large can, 12 oz. That every woman may know just how good it is and how great the saving, this week has been made "Home-Baking" Week and your grocer will give every purchaser of Dr. Price's Phosphate Baking Powder the New Dr. Price Cook Book Free Try the wonderful recipes in this book, over 400 in all, time-tested recipes that are popular in every home and new recipes thafcwill add interest and variety to the daily menu. Here is just one of the good recipes from the New Price Cook Book. Try it today. COFFEE SPICE CAKE WITH MOCHA FILLING V teaspoon salt S teaspoons mixed spices lA cup shortening 2 cup strong coffee i cup sugar 2 cups flour e 3 teaspoons Dr. Price's Bakin Cream shorteninR and sujjar until liRht; add well beaten volk of p.. aa , a slowly; add half of flour sifted with baking powder s -il aJ !LZ ' a beaten whites of eR?s; add remainder of flow .d' nx Jh J pO0 in?c ? twJVrS ftjs bakc in modcrate ovcn 45 ,o S1VZZ 1 tablrsnnnn btitfr 1 cup confectioners' sugar 1 laoiespoon cocoa MOCHA ICING AND FILLING 2 tablespoons strong coffee teaspoon salt Dr. Price', Baking PoWder is guaranteed to contain no alum. It's the most wholesome low-priced Baking Powder you can buy. On Sale at All Grocers STOP THAT ACHE! Don't worry and complain a bout a bad back. Get rid of that lameness! Use Doan's Kid ney Pills. Many Lexington peo ple have used them and know how effective" they "are. Askinom your neighbor. Here's a Lex-j FOUND: A bunchTf " keys in inston case" I front of Weber's Jewelry Store. Miss Maud Nave. N. IBth St Thp U-pvk an. ui tKi. Hi,. ' k' " c win.; vmaui Some years ago, I was FOR KENT: Phone 145. urmsiieu ... . . r " 10 24 tf "atk,ns Company, Dept. " Wi M inunii, Hlllin. 70, FOIl SALE: Doors says: HUM CUIIUILUJII. .1 H l ,i (If l.i-. uit ..r-i.,.,, a 1 .. i..v vwvicijr iui liack and kidneys. There was a!.' ).. ,i..n , , ., il'anner .-Mtavij, uuu pain tnrougn the small of my back. My kidneys acted irregularly and I had puffy sacs beneath my eyes. The doc tors told me the trouble was caused by weak kidneys. I us ed Doan's Kidney Pills and they gave me fine results, finally re moving the trouble entirely." FOUR YEARS LATER, or on March 1920, Miss Nave said: Doan's . Kidney WANTED: A lady representa-, tl-O-tf. the in every town and citv in1. Missouri to introduce, and tak:" ' " "" in first orders for the "Murnhv" watp,..! DR. C. W., .lOTITSICfiXT r - - vtuiiiwii ITn.ru 17V. CI- I ..- oair. 1. i'tuiJLE OF LEXINGTON! Big Type Poland. A real herd j When you give to the Red Cross boar and a few of his male please include the Provident A Spring pigs. Priced reasonably jsociation aid, and thus make the ATT! T P. nniTn-. . fii.i i Lexington, Mo ; : - , - T Phone 2:50. 11-14-lw terms and territory. T. E. Wis-! FOR RENT: Two garages State RL,P'esentative, Col-1 one-half block east of Mooro-' ""Jo. j head's Lumber Yard. C. L. Mot-.; AGENTS WANTED: We want1 ris, or call 8,"S. 11-14-tf , a crew of live agents to begin: SURGEON DENTIST Hix Building Phone 252 work at once, and make a house! to house canvass of every pron-i erty owner in central Missouri! J. L. PEAK LOST: A small purse contain ing a $5.00 bill and some small .1 r , ,,. . . euy owner in centi-.i M ..,ni cnarige. newara. nnaer please ,. . sillif1 Pnv r.nllm !,,vp ..,mp r tv,w nmn .unties. Outfit furnished. Lib-! hUK(' EON DENTIST end pay weekly. Peyton Nurser 1 1-7-1 w Pills removed' LOST: Between Myrick do- ies, lioonville, Mo. AGENTS WANTED: W Lexington, Missouri .11 iu , . I ' 1 A I .... soreness ana iamenessPt and Shelfon Hotel, black', ,ullf . , " ' im my back and 1 haven't .Gladstone bag. Finder leave at ' emi ' ",.7, . V . t had a bit of trouble since. iWrn Union ollice and re-1 ff'0 ?lr,ly tra,lefinUx gladly confirm all I said, in my'eeive reward. 11-15-lw 7 rT""' ""l statement of 1(JU and I ccrUun- ' . fhlS ls il opportuni-! WANT: To hear from owner ,J as -vou W1" 1)0 retailing the genuine J. R. Watkins Pro.ln.-t.o ly think Doan's Kidncv Pills 0i-, at all dealers. Foster-Mil- tii-ulars and lowest price. John! maiKli,1 watkins Cocoanut Oil ssouri St., Chippe-1,1 . 1 ' uart,a 1ace lowder, .... vnuivin, tO'Hll'iUU-l burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. J- Missouri !;i Falls, Wisconsin. To the American Red Cross, the Government. has turned o- ver the care of its blinded sol fliers, as a piece of highly spec ialized service. Child roil Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A Fruit Drinks and over 137 other products. Write todav for w WANTED: Man with car lo!samnh find mirtwMilnrH Tk t pell 1 0 w priced G R A II A M; R. Watkins Co., Dept. (5ft Wino TIRES. $130.00 per week andjna, Minn, commissions. GRAHAM TIRE ' Co., 2124 Boulevard, Benton I labor, Mich. WANTED: Live' agents to! handle city trade for the genti-l S M O K E u5 5" DARN GOOD CIGAR TAUBMAN & TAUBMAN CATRON & TAUBMAN Ab,,ac AB.C) company ABSTRACTS, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS HARRY TUAIIMAN & JOHN I(. TAUB&UN Insurance of All Kind., ROOMS S n.t 5 TSAKL.'JS BANK I1UILDJ;vg Lexington, - Missouri Stylish Cloth Vou get fine style in a suit of our tailored clothts. you have the satisfaction of knowing that you are dressed just right. Made from guaranteed all-wool fabricsyour suit lasts longer. Tailored proper ty lo your individual measure-you get a perfect fit. you pav less and "et more in our tailored clothes, your money back if you're not satisfied. " F. P! Grieser Merchant Tailor 'Phono 254 012!- Miii St.