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The Ottawa Campus from Ottawa, Kansas • 4

Publication:
The Ottawa Campusi
Location:
Ottawa, Kansas
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4
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ALL CHURCH NIGHT Today we are putting into stock many new things When you are down town have one of salesmen show you the New All Wool Sweater Coats They are beauties, and priced reasonably Beginning next Thursday evening an all-church night will be observe! for ten weeks. This is a new plm being tried in Ottawa fjr the purpose of promoting (stronger church and religious life. There will be served a light lunch at 6:30 with a social half hour, followed at 7:00 by the various study clusses. There will be at least four group? as follows: The Outlook class composed of older men and women, led by Dr. V.

P. Behan of 0, U. This class will look out on some of the great problems of the church and kingdom today. 2. A Teacher Training class composed of the present teaching staff and all prospective teachers in th'j Baptist Sunday school, taught by Prof.

A. E. Lunceford, of the Department of Education of 0. U. 3.

Young People's Bible class, made up of all young people, tough' by Prof. Smith Haworth of the high school. This class will take up "Ho Jesus Met the Problems of Life." 4. Bible instruction class, composed of older young peoplt), taught by President S. E.

Price. .50 $10.00 $12.50 New Coats New Dresses New Hats New Middies New Sweaters and many other things to wear I'd -4 Lira TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN FORESTER D. G. CO. -h DO NOT ENCLOSE LETTERS HIKE TO ROCK CREEK Wilson Sporting Goods Our Fall and Winter Sports Catalogue Is Now Ready.

Ask For One. Ottawa Hardware Co. Including Students, Faculty and Citizens of Ottawa and Vicinity. There, has been considerable speculation and interest in reference to the carnival which is to be held by the Senior Class of 0. U.

Monday evening, Oct. 9, in the college gymnasium. We take pleasure in recommending this coming event to the student body and the citizens of Ottawa. On interviewing the manage-men our enthusiasm has been greatly aroused. We have been informed that this company has a very good reputation and has failed to receive any adverse criticism from communities in which it has played in the past.

Their previous record is spotless. Although there is a city ordinance against carnival performances within the city limits, so far no slightest objection has been made to the Senior Make Your Dollars Count Come to Our Store and Save Your Cents We Sell C0NKLIN PENS AND C0NKLIN PENCILS The Pencil That Holds a 3 inch Lead 32 SHEETS THEME PAPER FOR 10 CENTS Students' Die Stamped Stationery 75c, 85c, 95c, $1 TRY OUR HOT LUNCHES AND HOME-MADE CHILLI O. U. Store H. A.

BRANAMAN A Word of Friendly Advice to Ottawa Students Do not enclose written matter of any kind in the package of laundry which you send home, also inform your parents not to break the law when the packages are returned. Last week a package sent from this offce had writing inclosed. It was rated as first class postage and a charge of about $2.50 was made upon arrival at its destination. Penalty 1st offense is charged as first class fail. 2nd offense, $100.

fine. 3rd offense, imprisonment. The parcel post rate is cheap and The youngsters of O. U. are noted thioughout the entire country for their love of hikes and camping expeditions.

One of these "back to nature" trips was held last week when four couples were seen leaving the Cottage at dusk. Their footsteps were turned in the direction of the cut, east of town. While he boys gathered driftwood and twigs for a fire the girls imitated their ancestors and climbed trees. (Two of them had to call for assistance to get As soon as the fire was roaring, weiners were placed on the ends of sharpened sticks and roasted. With buns, pickles, peaches, cookies and Palace Barber Shop Wm.

Underwood Proprietor 412 South Main carnival. The management claims to have stunts, and performances which will appeal to those of the most refined furnishes you a speedy way of taking care of your laundry but do not over step and try to have the government carry your letters at the same rate. All laundry packages mailed at this office will be stamped "sender states no writing enclosed." If upon investigation writing is found the penalties as outlined above will be enforced by the postal inspectors. A. P.

Elder, postmaster. tastes, and it is hoped that others will be pleased also. Unlike the ordinary street fair this company claims to be able to arouse its patrons to the highest pitch of enthusiasm and mirth without the air of a merry-go-round, or a ferris wheel. The loop-the-loop has been dispensed with also, but you are assured that its absence will not. be noticed.

It is predicted that the mad throng of spectators will be led from side-spliting events to others that cause consternation and wonder. We wish to call your attention candy the hikers had a "peachy" repast. After serenading the frogs and bidding them adieu, the bunch turned their unwilling feat in the direction of the Cottage. Aunt Maggie was on guard and she saw that the boys could get home by the time the 10:30 bell rang. Those enjoying the outing were: Misses Naomi Williams, Nellie Mae Holland, Dorothy Goodwin and Helen Whitney; Messrs.

Harold Golton, William Griffin, Carl Lindgren anl Morris Richter. For Quality Fresh and Cured Meals Lunch Meat of All Kinds BUCKLES' MARKET Phone 135 SERVICE NEVf BROGUE OXFORDS FOR MEN in Black Calf and Patent Leather. Also a new Plain Toe as smart dressing last. SHIELDS BOOT SHOP Ottawa's New Shoe Store 233 South Main current rumors that the purpose of this carnival is not of financial gain, but is intended to raise the present low standards of street fairs to higher ANNUAL PICTURES We want every student of Ottawa University regardless of what class they belong to have their annual picture taken at once. Boost the Ot-tawan by being prompt.

We want your co-operation. Call at Eitners any day except Saturday. Paul Teetor, Bus. Mgr. Our shoe repairing is of the same high standard as our shoes.

Try us and be convinced. ANDERSON WHETSTONE moral and intellectual bases. If you ers will meet earlier in the week with tensely amused, it is necessary that you attend this carnival. President of Senior Class. Nelson Barber Shop at Nelson Hotel Tom Fred Come and Sec Our Up-to-Date Flower, Art and Gift Shop OFF AGAIN, ON AGAIN An Old Word with a New Meat' ing.

Modern, up-to-date Stop Service means more than simpl the selling of goods; it stands ft increased efficiency; it is tit achme of value-giving and assure satisfaction with every purchast Service, in its fullest meaning 1 a fixed part of our store covenan: Let us serve your needs. BAUGHMAN GR0CER1 Same Barbers Same Place Hollis Kemper, editor of the Cam pus in 1921-22, was an Ottawa visitor for a few hours Sunday morning, and it was the privilege of a few of his friends to see him. Hollis is teaching in the high school at Asherville this year. Lack of foresight on the part of the Santa Fe management in ar The Only Way SPECIAL LUNCHES FROM 11:30 TO 1:30 MAKE OUR PLACE HEADQUARTERS WHILE DOWNTOWN. SPECIAL PRICES ON CANDIES, CAKES AND PIES TO CLASS PARTIES ranging their train schedule made it Make our place your rest room while shopping We Welcome O.

U. Students WALT'S QUICK LUNCH AND CAFE Try our Chili We never close impossible for him to stop over more than a few minutes between trains The many friends whom he left upon his graduation last spring wish him success in his new work. C. JACOBUS, the Florist WE GIVE IT UP 130 S. Main Phone 264 The following spasm was given to 316 S.

Main St. Phone 387 the Editor with the urgent request Opposite Court House The Only Way that it appear in this issue. No further details seem to be available. Read it and draw your own conclusions. "Hi Look! The VARIETY SIX.

A club of jolly musketeers who try to pass a laugh to the next fellow. Osteopaths of joy and happiness. Look in at headquarters, 825 Poplar Street." Phone 363 HIT -I AYS ARD O. U. BOOK SHOP All student materials Athletic goods, fine stationery.

Prices right. Auspices of the college S. S. HAGEMAN Class of 1893 C. F.

LAMB UNDERTAKING CO. O. U. STUDENTS Say, if you birds pay one-half as much attention to your eating as you do to playing football you will eat at CITY CAFE Hurry back C. C.

ELLEDGE, Prop. Fall and Winter Styles The New Garments for Fall and Winter what a wealth of anticipation and pleasure in those few words. Your delight in the inspeclion of our new showin will equal our delight in the showing. The prices are very reasonable Phone 403 Approved MARINELLO BEAUTY SHOP We do permanent hair waving wty.ii the oil system Hair bobbing MRS. H.

J. CHENOWETH 201 Main Zellner Bldg. Ottawa, Kansas DR. J. R.

SCOTT Physician and Surgeon Practice limited to diseases of the ear, eye, nose and throat. Upstairs over Zellner-Warner's TYPEWRITERS L. C. SMITHS, UNDERWOODS, REMINGTONS AND ROYALS CASH OR ON TERMS LIKE RENTING. Every Machine Guaranteed to give Satisfaction Expert Repairing-Work Guaranteed OTTAWA TYPEWRITER CO.

So. Main St. Over Burks Phone 339 SAME OLD THREE BILL RALPH LEE CITY BARBER SHOP 225 So. Main St. The 0.

U. Store 215.

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3,085
Years Available:
1907-1922