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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. LLEGE EDITORS AT 0. OF I. m: ,.; !.., ....... M, .,.,. hjllC .'l1'"" i'-i.- nv.;i.- M-ntcd :il Session 1 his Morning. 0 FORM AN ASSOCIATION pubCs a; rcuooj journalism . i ii i- ,iv Discussed i:i First (. onicrcnce. - !' .Missouri college i in Switslcr Hal! this i it :t 'tin ii the I'liivor . ' :r.d i'i.t the inter - ai.iv.l college journal , it. v. ere read and dis-..-l ii- 'tins?. Nino coi - ;.:ed at the conven- i : ,1;,. ,' . .. - vvl.o have arrivd are: .asr A. !.-:--.n. :a-i! P. Patterson ,..' i ; '. C.'lleg;an, Central Col- '.,. i'.i. .; . Mo.; A. P. St til". Kit.!; r :::(('- v."A Crover Morgan, of tl." ! C.ik.-viiir ..ri. al School Index, Kirks UjSf. Mo.' 1 .inner lacKnell, oi I lie !,is. Park College, ParkvilL- Mo.; fa-;.' . !L.rve. of the William eat!! SMdent. Liberty, Mo.; trances y.dir- l!i:s, of Student Life, Wash- -"i 11 MUTS V. St. .01 -MISS e Cam r. of the Normal Index. tlfethwest Normal. Maryvule. Mo.; E. Yett.T. of The Criterion, Mis-...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 19Kh f UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN phemer wh0 , wou!d discredit Ihis beautituj meal: tor nearly two hun dred years the school hoy has heard .Mduswiutr K.lin.r. that story and been impressed with .. :.... t .. .... ' AnEvemngliaM) Iy tlii'.-tui'.ent-in thx-hoolof Journjli-m m tin- I'liivcisity of Missouri. J.K.I'nirn.1 II.tKM E. Uiiiis...... JUF.1'H K. C'HA-MlFF. John v. Wiring- Itll-Ml..... T.iTl. I ,.. ilomiiit; Mjiupt. i its I '"ri.Ti1 lIl.ii M.iiKur. f 111 iiiiiiiii .liiiiii,' i. UNIVKItSITY .MIs.-ufKlAN ..-.-nfI.Tl'X (llK'.l IIahrv V.. IJii)i.s,. I'ri'-idi'iit. Jii:iKiN FlMim. .-V"vl..rj . F. W.CooKK.Trra-uxer. J. B. IVm ijj.. j. K. J'i .ir.n, E. K. Cwu.Mfi. K. F. I.h.i.ftt. v.K.Wimiams C. A. IlAi:vn. OFFICE: .MI-.-ofKIAN liril.IH.Vt;. HO.- IlnmilMuy. Ti-I-iliotit.Vi. Enteral at the 1'iMoilu-e t Oiliuiilua. Mo . u -tnril-cla-. niiiij matter. m.t..ci:iitios i-ino:. InrarlaMy in AihniKv. Its Mail ir Orri.'r. BchKl Year fjm WMlll-l.T flimrii'Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1910. A 'sr if t $1 THE PI 1 112 -IN- "T H E N On The O Columbia Theatre Wednesday February 23, 8:15 Seat Sale MONDAY af the Columbia Theatre and Missouri Store. Prices.. 25c, 50c, 75c M A. ART AS APPLIED TO WOMEN'S "Wasp Waist and BiK Pufls! Make a Civilized J Monstrositv. "" i PAPER BY M. U. WOMAN Miss Injrcls Says Hair Knot is Like a Steeple on a lhmfalow. .Miss Caliliel Ingels. ;i senior in the I home ec ouomicri depaviiiieut o!' tin j I'nivorsity of .Missouri, lias a theory , by which the short, broad women with tli" Minted H)i-Unot. anil her sistsr, (!! tall. thin. girl with the sallow eoii j'hx!i:i and iiusr nose, can he made i I to look beautiful, or at least, almost beautiful. She advanced these ideas in a paper on "Principles of Art Ap plied to Dress," which she wrote tor the report of the Home Makers' Con ference held here December 2u to 111. This report is issued by the home economics department and is to be published this spri...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910. jUR showing of suitings for spring is now matchlessly complete. If s the cream of this season's styles. We urge you to inspect early and get your order with us now. ORDER THE EASTER " POULTRY DRAW RAISING FRESHMAN TEAM GETS TRIP S ALL CUSSES CitvMenLeuveGood Positions for Study in College or Agriculture. 1100 IN LECTURE COURSE." jO. FT7 T T r -a e fl We are nroua or the new Hats. Shirts and Cravats. They were carefully picked to please the tastes of college men, and we'd take pleasure in fU& T v v mg voiic Visit the store while stocks are complete. Early selection is always most satisfactory. COLUMBIA, MO. ii State Normal Schoo KIRKSVILLE, MISSOURI. An aggressively up-to-date Teachers' College of the best type. It makes a specialty of vocational studies and how to teach them efficiently. Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Shorthand, Business Correspondence, Geo graphy of Commerce, History of Industries, Manual Training and the practical sc...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAJSJ. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 19H. WHAT THE VISITOR MAY SEE AT THE CARNIVAL FRIDAY NIGHT. NUMBER 109. fllEUE EDITORS OF REGIS I HEALTH AND iff IS ATHLETE .1. C. Snyder, a Two-mile Runner. Cures Himself of Long Illness. ii "TO I HI ORGANIZE ft'i ?: li T -St-"-., y-l . JT & -y ' V7. Nr - N. rs . ' K I State Contest tor the Hest ! Story. isay r Poem is I t, lu- Started. rniversity Faculty Men Will Present an Original Performance. PRO APPEAR CARNIVAL STUN i mr-- v ivrArY" w?J'&imtc vMM rx , ' , -sj-r n twm I xmk s. ii -H (r vzm Hwfu1 S f l wb v4l3V by '1 TOTAL CIRCULATION 6,000 jVvt Mt' liim Willnc Held at William Jewell College 1 in Xn ember. ' t -- association, the first I .- 'i-ai.izpc! ai the l"ni i in ster-ia;. li ! ditors of eleven io! : - s-ti ;n Missouri and j . .. the Missouri inter-1 - . ....-Oiiation. The of- j ,:.-;.::, .1. B. Powell. ! . ' . r of th" I'nivers't i . v i. .'-invitieat. Luther M. ;,!.-'-iiiii'.: is;.::-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 February 1910

UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Evening Daily by the Minli-m.- in the Schnulof Journalism at th- I'niwr.-ity of Missouri. J. 11. ItJWIU H.l:i:v -C. IIiuim.s... Joseph E. Chjunoff. John K William.-... Manaitinir IMitor. ........ltoiiie?- Miiiuirit. ...."Advertising ManagtT. Circulation Manaci-r. LMM-.ItSlTY II.--OfRI.X ASSOCIATION (Inc.) Haisrv i:. IUm.ng. rre-i!ent. Gorik.n Kimif.ii. SotTrtKry. , . V- W. Cikikk. Treasurer. J. II. IW hj.. j. K. I'UIWIS. E. I.. riui.nn:-. n. i--. I.u.(;in-r. .!. Viiimam-. i A. Harvky. 1Tr""V-K: MISSOntlAN liriLiMNi',. IIUi Itnmilway. T.-leWion.-.V,. Enteral at tin- rixtntfcv at (Viluinliia. Mo.. a -Toi!il-!;:P, nicil iiMtt'-r. J-l'KsClSIITION hsici:. Invariahly in a.Ivhikv. r.j Mull iir (irrU-r. Sclio.il War fm Seilli-tiT "i; Sins:! jii. ".!.""..".'!".!."!!!"'.! .it" AKVKISTISINC HATE.- ON AI'I'I.ICATION. AMrc all -uiiimi!iiiiui. n.- ti 'nivk!:hty Mi-.-ori::.N. Coliiiiiliia. .Mo "S? c,i"t- jf$C. ' Universi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1910. a DYEING and CLEANING CO. Unexcelled in Dry Clean ing of Men's and Women's Fine Garments, Portierres, Imported Rugs, etc. Works : 13th St. and Park Ave Stores: 715 Locust Street 722 North Taylor Street We solicit j our patronage Correspondence urged LUNGSTRAS, - St. Louis, Mo. SCURLOCK Transfer and Storage Co. R. P. SCURLOCK, - - Manager. MOBERLY STEAM LAUNDRY Has never lost a patron because of unsatisfactory work. Laundry re turned within forty-eight hours. J. KALINA Student Agent Every Smoker crSw V rfv 4 aatflflfnllv Perfect Pipe. rsot particle ot tobacco Is 'wasted; the lat grain In the Ha1 hnrrm as free. n cool and f HWW. as mw win, . w- eiin nrt nlcntlne la retained In an - -- .kn . Il-f ft I'taV nil aluminum chamber, which allows the ninL to tias through the atem five, '-i ... iiaB nitti wit tif mipo. natural fl.Torof thetotwcco-SATiar AL'iiuji orawLi w"- w - - - "--v.; r. : n. i. . cv Mrulcht or curved valcanlzrd rubber (i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 23 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1910. TO NIGHT THE IN "THE M N On The Columbia Theatre Prices 2c 50c 75c CLUB rlKZB o iCn I omght TIGERS SE LECTURERS HAVE RETURNED GAMES TO Agricultural Faculty Back from Trip Through Southern Missou-i. Dean F. I!. Mumfoid anil those v 1 o accompanied him on the lee tilling trip in southein Missouii i etui nod to Col . . I umlua Sundav, Dr. W. I'. Cutlei, stato Missouri is Now Out of the dair.v and tood commissioner, sa.vs that much interest was shown wherever the stopped and that men otten came many miles through the snow to hear the li'itures. "It shows," lie sa'd "the inters ' taken b.v fanners thiotighout Southern .Missouii in the woiK undei taken bv llaee tor Championship in Haskethall. "We sell cheaper because we buy cheaper." SCORES 21-25 AND 22-58 Jayhawkers Take Lead or':.'5 the dpa:tment." 1,,;I. ; V,..i l,..l- ,a' At man place, the "Daii Special' Second (tame. f. mi r-nT-TTTl II I II llll Ill1 III I I i I' I 1 1 '" I II I II...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1910

AX FINDS NORTH POLE PAVINSPORT IS TO WED EXTRA-10:59A.M. Professor and His Bride To Be C.GIRL V University Missourian CAPTURES ';- r.-T- -'-cr. - PROFESSOR ri" ?& i J VOL. II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. FEB. 24, 10. No. 110. - r2Z' -."- : . x ' Okl .v -- f )r. Spavinsport is to Wed Miss rlorme Flattery. wr-TITDI?1 Bachelor Saw Photo m College Annual and Succumbed. kdelihtful lonance, beginning en Professor Spavinsport's eye Jilted on a photograph in the Christ- college annul culminated last Kit in the wedding of the professor fctte original ot the photograph. Miss jnsrine Fluttery. The wedding as held in the parlors the college which were decorated vreaths of clear Havana -and rings panatella smoke. Professor Doun- the best man, wore a dress suit London smoke hue and an army rt to match the decorations. Miss Stcpclox, president of the institu- ioa, gae the bride away. A charming feature of the wedding ns the informalit which prevailed. Ite groom and best man smoked all teing the ceremo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1910

?sa UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1910 .2 :zzi ;U f r .-'" Style Talk - by the Fashion Shop. A "HAND-ME-DOWN" looks too ' cheap for the fellow who CARES how he looks. The so-called "made to meas ure" is often just as had. A new spring suit ordered at the Fashion Shop will be made by REAL tailors in our own work rooms, under our personal direction made JUST the way YOU want it made. There never was a prettier selection than ours for spring 1910. Get in early and look them over. Our prices Suit, so do our suits. One more word: We like to have you inspect our goods we do not believe in URGING you to buy when you are not ready. CLOTHES EXPERTS COLUMBIA, MO. The Co Op IS THE BEST PLACE TO GET (a) All your books, both new and second hand. (b) Stamps and postoffice money orders. (c) The best ham or nut sandwich in Columbia. (d) The latest in pennants and col lege jewelry. (e) Everything in note books and note paper. (f) Your letters registered. (g) The best fountain pens ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1910. : Yell ompetition Yells! ow But Why Don't You Cut Out the Hot Air and Answer These Questions: And c How much nerve does it require to sell a poultry book for $1.35 when the wholesale cost is only 60c? Does it cost a ,125 per cent to sell this book? You say you exist to SAVE money for the students? When are you going to return it to them? And how about that Michigan "Co-op?" Let's go into a little more detail about it? Who owned it? How much dividends I did it pay? How much voice had the stu dents in its management? Why do you sell Hinton's Code Plead ing for $5 when it only costs $3.50? You say you are not an outside con cern? What kind of insides have you? You say you belong to the students. How do you explain that a professor some time ago said he had a majority of the stock in his hands and that he could vote it as HE wished? What is the difference between pro fit and large salaries added to the "cost of doing business?" Can you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1910

ijSSgKKJ-Ws-- r- jrpPT' Ks-w UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, "1910. COMPLETE NEWS OF SPORTING WORLD By The MISSOURIAN'S Own Expert Dopesters f ALL-SORORITIES ARE CHAMPIONS Hard Hitting and Clever Base Running Wins from Frats ODDAYE STARS FOR GIRLS "Dead" and Safer Tie for Honors at Third; Kramer Falls in Bonefoi's Arms, and Rude Catches Pincer at Home. Cross Lands Big Prize Fight for MIssouJ Jeffries-Johnson Bout Put On in Y. M. C. 'Goldfield Tex" and Missou Promoter to Bring "Champs"! to Columbia Big Purse. The Lineup. Sororities Fraternities Kramer short Basse Rude second Bonefoi Safer third Deadrage Johnston first Whealer William left Pennywait Slogan catcher Blese Notgrass right Oldtimer Deene center Loid Oddaye pitcher Pincher Utility: Sororties, L. Johnson, Wili oams; Fraternities: D. McVeigh, man ager and substitute for all positions. By hard hitting and clever base running the All-Sorority team of the Girls Pan-Hellenic league defeated the All-Fraternity team o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1910. b I Different Now ! Ladies, it is no longer necessary to go out of Columbia to do your buy ing. Right here you can choose from a magnificent stock of suits, shirts, waists, millinery, and all accessories. We shall consider it a pleasure to show you the new styles for spring. Branham-Hinkle Co. THE LADIES' STORE TENTH AND BROAVWAY Pikka Alfalfa Shield Pins Here---They're a Big Scream ! ! ! ! The new shield pins for the Pikka Alfalfa fraternity arrived by freight this morning. Each pin came in a separate box packed in excelsior. They are about 2 1-3 by 4 feet in di mensions, and are set in stained cut glass. The pins are very beautiful and add greatly to the personal ap-1 pearance of the members of the fra-1 teinity. They will be carried as the Roman soildiers carried their shields and as the co-eds carry their nut If:;, i Dr. Daniel Webster Boone Ktttz, I Junior, who was recently elected Chief C21iifiiiif I iiiii t if" llin iii'irn ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1910. Muckraking the Foolish Factory , Prologue. Alter laborious efforts I wheedled the 'joke editor into giving me a pass for -a trip through the foolish factory. "Hut it was only after all my friends and the editor had warned me. Re-porter-liUe, however, I was determined to go where even the angels refused to salome. Nothing but a broken auto mobile or a woman can even stop an adventurous scribe, I reasoned. Be fore starting out I left my watch and orioney, with the exception of a nickel, -home. CHAPTER I. The factor- stood at the bottom or a "'high hill and from the beginning I felt myself looking down upon the omplojees of that grim edifice. I could even then feel the hot air belch ing forth from its grimy smoke stack. But clutching my nickel tightly I descended and knocked at the iron loor. A hollow voice demanded my wants .and my pedigree. "Kirst, you must demonstrate your lltness to enter" the voice croaked after my humble explana...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY .24, 1910. T it- I f i Once you wear Miller's, shoes All other brands you will refuse: New Ones For Spring Are Ready TRY 'EM ON HMD'S ABDUCTED HlI E ECONOMS ARRESTED Hard Panderson, Athlete, Elopes In St. Petersburg Special to Missourian. I ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 24. 1910. ! Hard Panderson. the American physi cal director of the local Y. M. C. A., eloped last night with Miss Petosky. the beautiful daughter of General Tak anoff Petosk:. ol the Russian Army. and has been lr.unied at the town of Bokinsasavich. The Amerh-an custom of eloi)ement as introduced 1 Panderson is not taken with fax or. The general will cause their arrest ami will endeavor to have Pandeison mm to Siberia. Word has just reached hare that J. D. Flawson, an American lawyer, is coming here on isit. It is said he trill defend Pand'on, in case he is caught and brought back for trial. case bears the initials of J. D. F., was found near a saloon here in an uncon scious condition....

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 February 1910

I I" il m EDITORIAL PAGE OF DAILY UNIVERSITY Entered at the Postoffiee at Columbia. Turn the Quad Around, THE QUADRANGLE SHOULD BE TURNED ABOUT. In its present position students have to walk too far to get where they -want to go. THIS IS A USELESS WASTE OF ENERGY, a thing which is of the highest value to every student. THE LONGEST SIDE OF THE QUAD IS IN THE WRONG PLACE. From north to south on the quad is much farther than from east to west. "WHY SHOULD THIS BE? IS THERE ANY REASON WHY THE STUDENT WHO WANTS TO GO FROM THE NORTH SIDE TO THE SOUTH SIDE SHOULD BE COM PELLED TO WALK FARTHER THAN THE STUDENT WHO GOES FROM "THE EAST SIDE TO THE WEST SIDE? There is no alternative for the aiorth-to-south student. He must walk the greater distance. The shorter distance, from east to west, is traveled almost exclusively by men. Is, then, this much longer walk from north to south designed against the fair co-ed? (We beg their pardon for using the technical word.) THIS FORCED EXERCISE UPON THE W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 February 1910

UKL YERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. 1 1 IIUER LOSES DIPLOIDS II FIr-,si One W: i!ls "ll-'s :il!U Oilier His A Doctor Dt-urtv .Missinu". the SMOKE WAKES THE FAMILY is Confined to Closet Does Very Little I )ania.e. lila.e j,.. jt. .'.! fe :. :u.-i: .i.'.or in Ki:? ,h j, ; .. I'm.ersity of Missouri. ... ,.,, . :-.- t'u.- moniii.g or .,,',. i. . -! pit- ii;ii"i iiuu'iil liiey ,. ....t.,i , .. "u may he ihat lie : . ,, . r, , t:o.'s!i'i kiiovv lor iiiin1. T:i- .1 ' .1 belonged lo his wife and :i- '"'' ''" -- '" degree '" ''"' V.'uimia'- College "'" Maltimore. Mil. - he other ;i- Dr. Miller's A. I!. il'-ur " . . ,.....!.:... i-..! :, '.Mi., from .'" ii'!'"'"-" i iim .-"... " ,.ne in doubt is his diploma for a Doc- ,e in doubt is his diploma for a Doc- tr's decree fn.r.! the same place. It happ""eii in a lire which started in an up-iio i.iii.-.-i luiuui . vm. iv tliis morning in the Miller home, din Turrn-r Avenue. The lire was discov-! ered by Mrs. Mill -r. who was awau- j ened bv the odor...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An hv..!miirljil J, tlip.-tuflfiitsin th- Scliooleif J'liiniaii.m an tin- I'liin-isitv of Miouri. J. . 1'own.i MananiiurlMiuir. iim:i:y E. Kii.i.m.- llti-hi.-. .Muii.it. JOKhii h. CiiAMiFr A.lv.-ni-iiiB Miiilirit. J'iiin h.Uiu.iAM-. liniiiini.iii M.uuiKiT. UNiVEiLsrry Mi.-soruiAX A.-.-omnux IIarkv E. Uiiii..e;. i'rcsiilcnt. (tiir.iKix Fisukk. Secretary. . F-W.Cuokk. Treasurer. J.B.roWUJ.. J.K. I'tAIWlS. ? K. Chili.epj.. It. K. I.f.wctt. .KUliiam. c. a. Hakvey. ,.,,()F"Il--E: MISSOl'KIAN Itl'IUtlNC. HOftllruailwar. Telephone .v.. Entered at Uie IVinifflci at Columbia. Mil. as M-cuml-cla-i null mnttiT. PIT.SCUIITION 1-ItICE. Invariably in Advance. Ity Mail or Carrier. School Year .,! 8einrstiT i"" 8iiitcWiliiri.. ..'""" ".'.'.'.'.'."'.'..'.'.'.'. Y... '.'.'. .' AllVKUTIPI.Vc; ItATES ON AI'I'I.ICATION. I1I1C.I I Adilro., all c'imiiiuniriitiiiii to UN I VEIL-IT Y MI.-.-oriilAN". Columbia. Mi University Calendar Four...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 February 1910

fAt w 1 npss m mm. m B-5 no a (. rrtrs of inside 11 ittrial wIktc the ' 1 r rwimfs. nfi 1 nt . t l tit rtnit fnltlini' Stvlish Low Collars '-I'ka m! I'-w n " an perfect fittinsr col a-s ..n't r , . ..1 l.ms of sis Ic keep t " i'jn-Lim i.ni..i land nt; frj- .t 1, vi10AII, latent shapes, rda.ies i .icltrsuhosrlt these plainly t-e'f- riia-s Corliss Coon & Co . Troy. N. Y. R. M. Robinson DENTIST Prone 117 Over Peck's Drug Store t W. H. PIKE j Silver Brass Copper j Polished and Lacquered j KODAKS REPAIRED j Ffiorie 503 111 S. Eighth Street ; Si SCURLOCK Traps'tr z.n 1 Storage Co. "'-.SCLrLOC'., - - Manager. Tha'tc S'ar Him Big Shv. i'-o.ne Dime Same PikcAI! Time Who's Hun? Why Jim. THE NEW LEIG CAFE OPEN SOON , - - Watch announcement. INCREASE CROPS With Soil Trealnicnl 7 an Acre Was Addvd m .Jel- ierson C'ounlv. PROFIT IS NOW TOO SMALL Auricuilural l'ullclin Tells of Sonic Experiments Willi Fertilizers. T!i" ace piol.t lo lilt' n'.!i JKIUCl (ll Ml--.vl)I 1 1- Til (Old-, pi 1 .1.1.' ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 February 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSO URIAH. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910. Meet Me at the Big Carnival and Dance DISEASES OE ANIMALS CAN BE CONTROLLED LIFE IS AN ENIGMA STILL Tonight at 8 The Fun Begins See the Fat Men-Little Men's Basketball Game See "Cigam" in Wondrous Magical Act See Jeffries-Johnson Prize Fight See the Faculty in a Funny Act (This act alone worth the price of admission) See Fifty-six Girls in Their "Game of Cards" Have Your Fortune Told Free Co ltturjon May Among Stock, Says l)r D. F. Luckcv. INSPECTION IS NECESSARY Work Done With Cattle in Missouri An Indemnity Fund Started. Ozment's Augmented Carnival Band Will Play for the Dance ROTHWELL GYMNASIUM Admission 50 cents. Tickets at the Door All For a Greater University iome- Have you ever sampled any of our made Candies? Try them. The Little Candy Shop CANDIES, FRUITS AND CIGARS No. 6 North Tenth Street Just Around the Corner from Booche's Smoke House. State Normal School KIRKSVILLE, MISSOURI. An aggressively up-to-date Teachers' Colleg...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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