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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOlfalAN. TUESDAY: NOVEMBER 2, 1920
U. S. SENATE
! regarded as cW, with the chances favor.
,ing the return of Senator Smith. Demo
, ctai. against Orvingion E." WeU-r, lie-
Notwithstanding that the senalorshm
Both Parties Dc.oting Most
Time to Congressional
Elections in Close
LOCAL ISSUES ARE HIGH
ord$ maJe for the Victor Compan). Ife
b a member of the Metropolitan Oprra
Tli Zoellner String Quartet, which ap
peared on the Phi Mu Alpha series 6ev.
lively. The Republicans admit it is a
hard fight, and they generally concede
r.... n... ;.. N, ll,mn. i w'a'5(" i& "" Wiind the national
""lra "". "'"" -"r lucker. Umocrats say that wen if th
Xotemb-r II Armbticr l)a cc!e
hratioo. November 11 American Rett Citua
dtte for member bepni. t
iaOhioiacUabTirpohucalpe,t, eral season, ago. rcPreat, the chamber. in "S' XStoSZm.
a reasonably safe for former Got. Frank , nusie side of musical art. and ml offer '" w "iXr n n i..i ;.,i
P. Villrs, the Democrats insUt that their December concert. T V T I , ! -'''. State
candidate. W. A. Jnlir I,,. . .". ..... n-. .u. ... Tc,c';m AHOCiatton Sfemng m Kn-
J."wEd r " C1' a,n,ad,ni, ',e ,U1 a,"" tR0brt &hn,i,tl'e November 1J-FiU1 - il..u.i
In Indiana, thecontnt Leteen Sen. January 10. is maltmff hi firM ntendedl . .. . . it. .
.... r,, u ii. . :.... i. ." . ..... 1 .'oicmoer n uoncrrt by tlirjunitrr
t" ". iC ..',. "r . '"""":":":;: rr ". ,.t ".- '":.?:? v " um.cnity aj
ian-t-.a, ivjuvnau uaj occii rnarjt and " cum, nucic hc hchuiuj i nu
inp now, he wirji to be atlracting cvn
NoTcmber 14 Ucignalpil by Presi-
shire and Connecticut
Where G. 0. P. Nominees
.M l.l . . I... 1-. ..? fl uMm:i
ml..n ...l. I,L ..! . id.tul. ",Un s a Memorial Day for the
-I.- .:... 1 r.i "n :..i'ir.i..i'lilor.
1IW (4111,4 IHIb llUIUaM J (UU IOL'1
Dr Ed. L. Kcix
il'nital Prtss Staff Cortespondntt)
State fhould go, fr Harding. h!ch they i Catnsou- t,'"4lI), vrJ",n " f ':
'a) the) iWt rapect, the latter ould ,1n" "f"0' "Pf"" Xl"ch 16' Lru,S
le,lo Set a majority of at least 23,000 ,he ,,M ' 3 C'0SC
to carry Watson along ith him, , rlli ,AIu -'p1" rnemlew ,aj that an
tlloit Jias tietii matte to secure a vnes
of prosrams this )rar lliat would appeal ,
... t- i ... ..! i.:. i .1... 'I'
ire members of the Lutheran
hjoyrd a houe party at thiisjj.r of Mi'Jard Keriw in Shanjhai,
tisses Olga amt Laurctto Hotch-ihM frrecth instructor in adwrlismr in
B2 South Williams street, lJt',.e Scj,oo of Journalism of the Uaiver.
Itlor sam and music were tlw n. He exiwcls to sad for
. , - .
lis ot amusement ,
The cnatorial result in iCentuclt is
Xrv Vor.K, Nov. i Appreciating likely to lie ny iWsr. n e-pcrially
the irry gteat adianlage of hating both lirric 'ontct ha brm fnught Kleen
the legi-latise and r xccutnc branches' of Senator llccVhatn. Dcmoi rat. and Rirlurd
the ruscrnincnt of the name political . 1. Ktnt. Republican, in which the cl
faith, managers of the two big parties or dry lias been prominent, villi Beck-
hac detotcd much lime and energy and liam un the ilr end.
menry to the congressional campaign. J Mlm is rlaied among the doubt- j
Inasmuch as the Republicans control fuI- -Ifuall aount ui the unctr
thc cnatr w.w I. oidy one sole (ex-Jla"" " " aclh.n follohing Senate I
of Senator lin of op. n rr , aiierranon nti rrrwicnt Wit--
son our nai me rn-soUnt is reporleil
.Nosembcr 16-18 Contention of Uie
Missouri Association of Sunday Schools
Xotember 18-19 Dr. II. D. Curtis,
noted astronomer, will speak on "The
Sir' of the Uniterse" at annual public
I r C. .- n . , - nl
i t t i .i . m urn oi icma .i: o octock at a iiy.
to etery miiMC loter in Columbia, and that .. ,. " "-" -' '"J
they pect tlus to be the m.-t sncccw-l8'" Ifc,u,rc rra- ,
ful )r since the firl conceit as giten '. JV"'"1'" l'-Foo"ball nuss meeting
jn jyg iin bniter-ity Auditorium.
' ISor. 20. Initiation of Shrine Class in
I , Acacia Lodge Room.
rotember 211 Football Missouri
.Vol ember 25 Football Home
coming game, Missouri is. Kiataa, ai
IVcembcr" 3-Tbe "Scoop," ScLool of
Jonmli nannual diatt.
i ITIURY FRESHMAN
WHS SWEET REPOSE
,Y THE READING ROOM.
A b-ir.Iar in Academic Hall?
Tim i What person thought who saw
Atunuin; (. K. Ilannali, a freshman in the tTni.
critr. jump irom a mnuow oi me
reading room long after the closing how
one night rrcently.
It was learned later that the weary
freshman fell asleep while studjing.
Students were 'disinclined to disturb him.
The librarian in charge failed to notice
him at closing lime, put 001 the lights
ml lockeJ Uie door, not knowing that
be was being left inside.
elusive of tliat
Dcmc-rats for control after March 1 1 d;l""S lT')-aniridge Long, the Drmvi I,g, ,.. Kiiks.illr High at Knl-villr
icxt, the managers bate largely con- rraUc cau.Ir.ialr. while Democrats are' iNo.rmhcr 6-ruullull-Miouri s
entrated on the senatorial fights in the "Piling Spencer to be cut soniewliat by 'Kansas Aggie in Columbia.
iCopyiight 1920 by J. II. Donehcjt
image of Mrs. Sarah Frances
Wet Plains. Mo to Jaj linn
Fruitullr. Mo, took place at
pek Tuesday escning. October
t-t Plains Mr. Torrcy is chair
c Board of "isitors of the Uni-
Missouri. They will be at
r Jannarj 1, in Fruitnllo, Mo.
T I tin, of Shanghai, China, arc Tijitrrg in m Cenlralia, returned there this morn
(Columbia. Mrs. Powell arrived in the ing after spending the weekend in Co-
Uruted states in .prii ana nas Been s- lumbia.
iingreiauTesintsjominganauanninai, ,r K(KCOe Iv, rf fr wlw
ITrt lc Viufill Tii-iW (.-ttnr ami tilth- ' . .- . .
uas been in iciucima on business, re
timed Lome this moraine
Mrs. Aim Barkhell of Droit ns re-
L... u- .. . .,.t f,. k , turncJ Lome this mt-rniDgufter a tnp
fdl on a buineM and pleasure trip. lto JriTwii Qt.
L. J. umlc ot i-CJitraiu. -uuo nas been
r(ncmltr 1 0 taiUr goes 'ii alc.
JVocmbrr 3 Ma). 'Jltona J. Dick
son pak at lli I imriMiy Audilunum
i "Aiacrica and thr ilattlc uf Xcrdun.
NoiCKalT .1 ihI 4 Thr JJkn rrsrul
in 1-ir..ri . , ti.. ii, ti.i.v
I l I . . . in.rJjria ui ms. iikiii (ii.d n
about escn lxtwfleii Hei.uMicijs ,u,l '"" '' " a".awui an cn ctiancc ol Twtnnlir 5-Ioolball - Columbia
J 1I..I... I w. .1 I..T -.I'"'
1 .1II-KII1 "M" i Ur.'"h --. -I.. . I I I ,. . ,. .
i n... ...si ., i!. rlurw of siolation of lo l,a,c ,",d " KUmanum. and Serbs at
lawsf, with the chances ' lw: 'JifeiAce. Republicans con j
Tl'csc contests general!) hate been i
-.aged stitli more tigcj; and in some in
stances with more bitterness, than even
he Presidential campaign. Allhouglt the
League cf aliens lias been the "para
ntunt iueH in the fight for the national
ickrt. it Las been overshadowed in the
tcnatoml campaign, in some
it least, by Itcil i-ucs.
Thiin four n w Sinators aic to
ho-en twiav, frmn ilurls three slates, TO
Mabama choejmg Iwc. According to
lus own iarty on account of his asso- .Wniher 7 Knights
nation witn jake Hauler, wlw was in- initiation.
tolte.1 in the Lowden pre-eonvention I
fund inquiry. . '
Senator Cummins, in fowa, is reported
to hate had some difficulties in his cam-1
paign and Democrats are freelt predict. I
ing that unless Harding and Coolidgc
vs. ""All Americans" at Columbia.
N'ottmlcr 21 Dr. . L. Mielton. mis.
tionary fioui Til-rt, will speak at the
Novcmlier 2X Vcond i-4ie if -Show,
.Notcinbtr 23 RrinaM VTrrrenratli,
baiitone, und.T the auspices of Phi Mu
lplu at the l'nierily Auditorium.
.Notember 21. Mass meeting for
liomecouniig game in lrniterity Audi
totium. NotemU-r 25 Dual crosscountry meet
with Kansas. .
Contributing membersfrti m llie Red
Cross is $5.00; sustaining membeislup
fiaOO. There should be 100 names on
the rolls. adv.
Firs-t class ivorktiijnshi and
proinjit service guaranteed.
Work called for and delivered
without extra charge.
310 Broadway Phone 315
of H Tta ' "7T tb? WWW T will liave I
ol the states fair chancc.ef-scnding Claude . Por-.
fl ... tl.-sC . - ?
GIVE SIX CONCERTS
ie foiAatt, f i.olit.cal observers gen- l "' JI? lA,fFha to rinB Noted Art-;
rail), it seems reavnabl, certain that , 'V-Tki Season.
he Republicans will return Senators', ,, "" r1 mui'Ml 'raleraity in'
ir.n Vrrmont. rw Yr!t. P,iKl.ik ! wij, i UiHiuncilli
m..- in i- v- Li. ,,..' Jj,con" aon. A
: ...,.-, a.i ..,... i-aa-,.- . u iUwcd ,hi,
vas:iiDicn; uuuc u appears
erlain that the
Y?it tno from
ir?nia North Caroliua
fpecial rate Mill be
jrax to eludent ho bur
ucKets. mer tickets ill
Democrats w,l return ,e lhe Mie, , Mnd f.
laliaina, and one eaclit,hc fira of which comes November 11.
jiuiii i ne rnonr- inm ibe ukei sale is u-ed to
Louisiana, defray the eaipcmes of bringing arlWs
abers of the Alpha Phi soror-
fused from 3 to 3 o'clock this
with a tea for
L-.t r.. .1 ... ...-.... . . i
L ... j ...i i, .,.' Harttord, i.
lThr guests were
Mrs. Kobert Simpson, Mra.
E. Hdl, Miss Mildred
Mrs. Darrl W. Goode.
tins, Mis Helen Gath, Mrs. II
Mrs. Came Jones, Mrs. w.
Mrs. Vilham C Curtis, Mrs.
l-s, Mrs. Joel 'Vt'. Carter. Mrs.
Clair Moss, Mrs. John F. Mill-
L Spalding. Mrs. J C Jones,
I. Tandy, Mrs. Henry Rein-
F. E. Jams .'Irs. Frank Meek,
otra Nowcll, Mrs. A. J. tlrat-
Louis and Miss Virginia Lee
'IV guests lit the Tin Kappa P'l house in Columbia on business returned to Lis
over week-cud sue: Claude Ferguson ' boric todat.
and William Cruise of the Uruvcmt) of Miss Eunice . Adams has rcturnes'
Oklahoma. lo her home in Kirkstille after a visi
i tath Mi's Ktthciine VTsalt, 15 Hitt elreel
The Ph. Kappa IM fratcrmly an-j Mn c ,eft jrftcr(Ur ,0 al
nounces the pledging of George fallen of.. . . f , ., h cousin M n
' r tr-i. -f s...:.
. J. UCUIU.1I1 oi .tiu'-v.
Mrs. Sally Pollock and Miss Lucill.
Mo. Mr. Powell, now editor and pub-
-aroiirta, iK.orgia rloriUa,
The eaititcd changes, if any, will come T,IC "Samratioiu which is offering its h
n the following stales which the Repub- Efrics. "' crts lor the lourkrnth con-,
icans arc loping to retain in their list: ?u",c. cilr- ""''"I iy in tbe,
Jew Hampshire. Gmnccliciit, Indiana, Ln'"rnd lus for its object lire pre.
.Iisouri. Iowa, i'lah and Win-in: 'p"a,",n ' '" " ". and to of-1
nd in lb- following which .1 Draw. f r m'ST '" ! 'TV "
. .. ... ,, , .. are altonlvd ollicrwi.e onlt in I hr larger
. i i i .7 ,.,',", VT 'I'- "icse series. Hi- fir-t of which
.entuckt. South Dakota Idaho, Colo-lM, enm , im.Vjos lni of
ado, Anua. Oregon and California. PIle cvacaU ,a,c gr0K1) ,lis Tcar ,,
Jn no slates of tli- thirty llirce hate Urrie, 0f u, including oome of the great-,
ie contests for the scnatorship been con- est artists touring the country this season.
1 ulCted with nvtr- -nfrpv than In W' VJJ. n.w 1 . .1. c 1J J. 1
Th- ., N fritermrv entertwned Mrs. Sally Pollock and Miss Lucill. , ,. .". " ".. 1 1." o " ...?".' """"'."'" "" '""'S o;-
oclock this , 1 ' , , , n .. . Al,P,i ,,,v in .k, I "-"" "" vimkihui, ncrc jen- tiues nonors as tue greatest living .Amcn-
th-alumnae I6 -Rowing guest, over the treeUnd: Rice went to McBa.ne sesterday to us, y Bndrgw hw n TioIln;5lop(.ns ,he scaMn Nu,cnl.
,-,,...,. .' Cox, T. J. Woodmansee, h. H. 'Samuel foUock. r 4bjcc, , Democratic fire on . twill. He is a trarnl of Hubav and Aner. ,
E. Dnid Morse and Lea Mrs. 'Walter Mcab Miller oi St. Louis, I oun, r ih.;r-'.,r-,i.i..i.,-' ,,. .. ,A lfl ,-,. i-;nl mi,k .m--.i
,, . ,.. , , ( ., I..11.-L ......ii.HH.my mill 16-'" ..., t,.. ... .....h.u ..v. fcE. I
Mrs. TS. VL ; in5Hi w tac Lruversiiy oi uoanoma, a lormer rcswent ot toiumma, uas rc-i ard to the League cf Nations-It was iq ." An-tna, France. Germans and Hol-i
i "";. ""- ""'i'" iiuiaeu wwo.umuu. .."..- i- nese states mat tue cruet ineconctlable.
inurman .lacitcy. , .iiisres itoseoua .ticrneisoa biiu ..iauci
i Hill of Hardin College were week-enu
The dinner guests at the Alpha Gamins I ., Et christian CoUege.
Ktio House sunoay were: .Miss name n. c. Colerdan, A. R..Emerson, and A. ent of victory, the Democrats sar ,h-v known in this country both for his work I III
twing ot Goran, .Mo, Miss ttinmfred B Ran students in the University, wen
DeLornw of St. Louis and Jliss Lenore I , izait jcslcrday to hunt ducks.
Hulen of Jfoberly. ; ,flct rcrsonJ, 60n of Colonel W. E.
,. " '..,..", ., ... IPersons. rctcrned to Kemper MiliUrj
ine regular meeung oi ue lursaay , , , ,, .,:, u ,
Club ta been postponed from today to ,25 bS
tTedncsday, on account of election day.' , "'" ' . (.:j.
n .. - .. i . t- I iville scterday after visiting with mends
The entire program is entitled redcra- , z. ' "..'
There will be a report from10, , .. ,. ,. - , . . ....
ine icuerauou inceiing in ues .tioincs dj ' , r m. ...a Mr. I
Mr,. Rosa Inrel-. and a reiiort of the'1"" ' "c E.ue"5 ?f r" " ""'l
district federation which me, in Moberly, s Tnon and Donald
by Mrs. Eruly Harsh c. lollowinc the . '" J . Ji . . .1 1 j
L aumlserlain. Mliks Flor-1 program there will be a meeting of the Anderson 0, St. uuis spen, rac wcv.-cuu
U.Mgare, Wa. Ifarrict j clii board. All members .arc. ex. " rvV ." . wi an.l M,
ruw.i1 1.. 11 A ,1.1. .nA... : .!. J111 . "
l.l.U .W W.IVUU IIU3 UK.IIU5.
ener gu-sts at the Sigma Chi
evening were: Miss Eta John-
find Mrs. it. J. Kerner, Mrs.
ie Roerjicrry, Alice Wicdmer
Cladys Hdhi and tlla Wtatt
jer guests lat night of Dr. R.
pt llie Daniel Roonc Tatcrn.
Inbers 1 f the Plu Gamma Delta
will entertain Friday oeiung
ner dance at the chapter house.
I be forty four couples.
fs Orlhwcin of Louisiana. Mo,
fcn the gu-t of Mrs. T. Miller
'13 Missouri avenue, will return
hese stales that lb'
enator Borah, made his first appearance
n the stump m the present campaign,
-"bile the Republicans profess ta be con.
"lent oi victory, the Democrats say they J
land befere returning to this country!
three jears ago. v
Brown is followed by Werrcnralh, the
prominent American baritone, who is
1 ' jWh ) 1I1
You Will Like
Forest Mills Underwear
The cut, weae and fiiiWi of this brand
is all that can he desired. The flat locked
scants add comfort by eliminating the usual
heavy ridge- caused li bulky seams.
The styles of union suits arc high neck,
Iou neck, liodice top, with sleeves or sleeve
lets, combined tvith cither ankle or knee length
legs. These arc offered in cotton or in .silk
The children's garment-, may f be had in
the tape waist iinion suits; or the "separate
drawers and shirts.
Will add warmth to your coat
These little sleeveless jackeb may be worn under
a suit or heavy coat, or may be worn around the
house as a sweater. In Mark and white in a heavy
quality padded silk they arc priced at $r.50 and
In white and dark colors "in the knitted styles
they are $2.50.
ire equally sure cf defeating both these, on suSe and or lhe nnm'r"" rec-j
"---- !,. uaiuuu iiro numsn
otc Moses and Brandeeers ere both!
.renounced ami suffragists and although '
US.U3UUC Loncrgan, uramjegees op-
lonent, is also oppod to women vot
ng. his supp-jtt of the League is eapect.
d by the Democrats to attract the bulk
)f the f-mininc contingent in lhat slate.
C (1. T. LUIMS CVf -IORK j
In .cw York Hate al. which the Rci
lubb'cans arc claiming for .the national j
ickct by at leat 130,000 although ad-'
mitung thai Senator Wadsworih will
7"ic one gift-that nill
not .be duplicated.
, J. Stewart of St. Joseph. Mo,
J six girls at luncheon today.
timctt Smith, 1321 'Wilson ave
cavc tomorrow for St. Louis for
P. McBaine, 7 Glcnwood ato
leate tomorrow for a wccVa
Mrs. Thoma, D;fart in St.
irriage of Miss Jane Wetten
sonville. Mo, lo II. L. Schales
Texas took place at 11 oclock
ladway Methodist Church. The
Mr. John F. Caskey of St. Jo-
read th muriage service. Mr.
Scales left immediately after
hg for thdr home in Scurry,
I will go from tlierc on .a hen.
ip lo Europe.
rkend guests at the Alpha
bo hse were- Millard C Bahr
, Mo. Richard Ball of Vandi
. Helman of Huntsville and Ira
f Willow Springs, Mo.
Jl. Millman, 607 Sanferd place,
d last night with a dinner
h-n-r of his niretten'h birth's
The Fortnightly Club will luld its Columbia
regular meeting at 3 o'clock Wednesday unlay.
afternoon at Read Hall. Mrs. A. Scott 1 Mi Mice Kennedy, who. has been
will read a short Hon by Ricliald Hard-' MU''S Ml'- 1 ranees Brannan at bt--ing
Daiis. Tea will be s-rted after the pUcn? College, has returned to Howard
program. iiatn- vrourgv.
r m. Harmon. 01 ine csieu-ioii
i 1.1.. , , ., r . ..
Marian Lars-ig of St. Louis motored to l--r run sugiiuy miuna llarrhng.
.... "., ,i.i v.. 1-1'e Democrat -arc rountinr on a heaw
for lhe Oklahoma game Isal-
R Powell and daughter Mar-
The Delta Delta Delta sorority held j parlmcnl of the Umver.it). bft Sunday
initiaUon Sunday for Miss Marv Ilanul for Wiconin where h- will buy cattle
of Marshall. Mis Mary Hazelwood of ' for W. E. Kliunc, of Troy, Mo.
Edina and Mis, Maurine Majors of Els-1 Mis, Eunice Adams and Claud- Adams
berry. jof Kirkstil'r, who,han: been suiting
jfn-nds in Columbia, hate returned to
Th marriage of C W. Shcpard, a I e mm.
graduate and instructor of the College of j y ft, Clatiiu and TJ. D. Barley, slu
griculturc. and Miss Helen Redfoid. I jfll jn Central College at Fasille, rc
who was graduated from the College of-nnd 0 lajettc yesterda) after visiting
griculture lat jear, took place at thej,n Columbia.
home of the bride's, parents, near War.j if,,, IJctcrcnd ami Mrs. Edward James,
rensburg, Ia't Saturdav, Tli- Rev. G. F. , ),,. 1..,, io, huldins a m-cting at
soman tote, bca-i-c of Wadsworth's o
DOilin to uirragc. 'Iliry are alo ex
pecting th-ir candidate for Senator, U.
Gov. Harry Walker to poll well in the
rural districts wh-rr he i said lo be
111- silualmn 111 Mainland is generally
Gunn. asitanl pastor oi the Prcsb)tcrtan
Church in St. Louis officiate!. Mr. and
Mrs. Sheiard.will be at home on their
farm in Peculiar, Mo, after a trip to
LouivilIe Ky, and Chicago. Mrs. Shep
ard is a member of ih- Pi Beta Phi
The following students acted as grooms
men at the wedding: W. T. Angle, Wil
liam Sylvester. Ray Miller. D. W. Crit
tenden. Edward Ma)e, of the College of
Agriculture, and Forrest Harrison, of the
I.Scbool of Medicine. Miss Haiel Hill,
Grandview, returned jesterday to their
home 111 Holdcn.
Mrs. T; W. Kiikman returned to her
boue in Faucctt Mo, today after a viit
with her sister, Mrs. J. i. Pvl-. 235 Green
Mrs. Eug-nia Ruthfoid returned to hr
home in Poitland, Ore, yesfrday alter
an extended vi'it with Mr. and Mrs. E.
& Hall, 1518 Wilson aranu-.
Mrs. and Mrs. R. L. Moore left )ev
1 terda) for their home in Nashville, Ga,
alter a visit with thir daughter Mrs. Ld.
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE j
Gladys Wahl and Miss Helen Gdkerson, Hornbeck 713 Bcnrv rlace.
L'nitersity students were bridesmaids. Freeman Scott Ml jctcrday lor hi3
r!Iicme in Wlutcsvule, Mo. alter visiting at
u-e ltlia tau Licita nousc, anu aiin'j
mr lhe Missouri Oklahoma came.
I . Rftv T i.UI. .f fr.!,mTn emnl in
Mrs. E. S. Cave. Donaa AFiitsntois, Brunswick this morning where ts will
tpent the week-end Jn Mexico. tpmd the week in the uiterest ef the
W. K. Cresswhits of Sturgeon rctunjed I Missouri Frner
home tins marmng. . I a roak J Glatnlch. Ky,
F C. Garrett of Columbia went to Mo- who has been nsiting L. IL Funk oi Co
berlV this morning on business. jumbia. went to Bowling Green this. mora.
Mis. Kathryn Journcy.-who teaching ling.
CLOTII AM) rsIXK BUTTOSS
Make ih- H-jt Trimmings for
Dresses. Wc make them for )ou 011
the premises in all Styles and Sues
the same day )ou order.
I. WOLFSO.N, Ladles' Tailor.
Miller Building Phone 834
EXPOSURE ACHES -RHEUMATIC
Sloan's Liniment, kept handy,
takes the fight out of them
SLOSHING around in the wet
and then the dreaded rheumatic
twinge! But not for Ion; vshen
Skq n's Liniment is pu t on the jobl
Pains, strains, sprain; how soon
this old family friend penetrates m'Joul
raSKajandJieips drive 'cm awajl And
how cleanly, too no mus, no bother,
no trained skin or dogged porta.
"Muscles limber up, lumbago, 6aatica,
neuralgia, backache are promptly re
Leved. Keep a bottle handr.' Get on
today if j-ou x e run out of i'loan'a Liai.
jnent, it s jo wirmirg.
All clrugsists 35c, 70c, 51.10. Th
larsest bottle holda six Una 33 mucli
as the soalhst.
Wifli fifteen jears of
Indies' Tailoring experi- '
ence to back our judg
ment, and a complete
knowledge of the latest
fashions and modes, wc
are in a position lo do any
work .required of expert
Our prico are nominal
and our work so satisfying
lhat ou will rccogiiie tin;
wisdom of Idling Us do-
Tn- Only Ladies' Tailor Between
it Iiouis an dkair-as City.
Miller Bldg. Phone Ml
Evciy ounce of HP Flour is real flour rich in food
value and uniform in imality.
Our selection of only the best wheal raised in Boone ,
County and our system ot nulling makes possible the manu
facture of this supremely satisfactory flour.
"HP Satisfaction' for sale by all grocers or caU No. 9
Boone County Milling and Elevator Co.
Makers of Red Ring Feeds.
Putting off the
appointment ' for
graphs is tike bu) ing
a tic on Christmas
eve nor what you
nant but it has lo do.
Selling your Magazines
, and Paper
Phone 392 Will Call
Klass Com. Co.
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons By Appointment Only
' MRS. JAMESON
Shoe Repairing System
JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
deauing Pressing Altering
Boone Lo. 1M 1. Bank BIdg. 8th St. Entrance
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