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

.: V A -, '3-S . sfOJ.sr K ' . UMYERSITY MI6SOURIAH, volume n. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. jVEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1910.. NUMBER 177.. t -S re t t it W Ilr I H Jf. f' II Fill IS-1 Hi i& lira LOOKED UPON FAVORABLY But Work of Getting Signers Will Have to be Pushed More Rapidly. TOO CLOUDY FOR THE COMET? ONLY 5,000 NAMES ARE IN Encouraging Letters Sent to Alumni Recorder About Petition Work. Tho proposed amendment to tlie constitution of Misouri, which will pro vide for a permanent revenue for the maintenance "of the University of Mis souri, is receiving favorable attention from man quarters of the state, but the work of procuring signers to peti tions must be pushed more rapidly if tho amendment is to be submitted. OOf tha 2500 petition which have been sent out over the state, 109 pe titions havo been filled or partly filled and returned to the university. The petitions returned contain 5000 names. Dr. W. G. Bek, alumni recorder of the university, has reecived a number of favorable letters f...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 May 1910

y J -" Tfel UNIVERSITY MISSOURIANr VEDNESbAY,'MAY-25; 1910. l ft 1 w - I I - UNIVERSITY MISSQURIAN f- AaZYanlnxDftiirbrthoStadentaintheSchoolof jounBllim t the University of Missouri. J.i.Towms....t .-JOnarins Editor, - auutr K. hidings Buines3 Manager. Jom E. Cxjjkoft Advertising Manager. Johjc y.-Wmxuts?..? Circulation Manocer. nNr?EE6'lTT--MlBeODRUN ASSOCIATION Inc.) , - tfiUUiTE.'KiDiNGS. President.- ,,GOUXn .Fisher, Secretary, . FW. Cooke. Treasurer. J.B.Powxix. ; J. E. Pearson. X. B, Cxruxzs. B.F.Lbmeit. J.T.WOKAIU, C.A.Haevxy. OFFICE J 18 KORTH fclGIlTUSTREET .. .' T. TELEPHONE 55 Bsttred it the PostoflW at Columbia. Ho., as tecoiid-class mail matter. BUBSCBIPTION,PBICE. rtoTarUolrlnAdVanea'. By Mall or Cantor. v. $2.00.PR YEAR. JLDYERTISI0'RAXB8 ON APPLICATION. DOES COLLEGE EDUCATION PAY? Every now and then the student finds himself asking the question, "Does college edlucation pay?" At this time of the year, when school work is nearing its end, the question becomes of great...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 May 1910

" , UNIVERSITY -mSSOURIAJr WEDNESDAY-MAY 25, WW. '.yf'W '-- "- ' .. -" . . ' . '1-3' "KISS NOT," THEIR MOTTO - LIKES COLUMBIA AND M. U. a I i IT. b Has tfce Invitation Selected hy the Senior Committee. Everybody connected with the University con cedes that this committee was, competent to make a proper selection The Co-Op Senior Pin has a Catch that is Safe. COLUMN PENNANTS. ENGRAVED CARDS, ALL STYLES. Everything in Souvenir Jewelry. Co-Op prices are RIGHT. BETWEEN CLASS ITEMS Hershey's Chocolate, Oxford Notebooks, The Best Sandwiches in Town, Pencils, I-P Covers and Paper, Blue Print Paper. The Your Own Store and Post-Office Substation. PLACE LOT SALE! At public auction, May 30, at 2 o'clock we propose to sell for the high dollar, V8"choice lots; 5O-by-140-feet of the east part of the Hockaday place, all south fronts, and in the heart of the best section of Columbia. Located in the heart of the best sec tion of Columbia near College avenue and the state grounds, these lots are the ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 May 1910

& W.i 7-!l W fftsc- IftiJ ' hi. t" - I Kv: w. 'I m A " 3 fcV-"1 l- ? 1 1 V & w :? -" K- It,' f.jr fc l ' si V t A J-l ! aic: j afor u is r it :, i,-f i a p -J- FOR SALE C Beautiful lot f rontng east on Hitt street, just a little south of Read hall. Paved street, walk and sewer all in. v This lot is worth $2,000 but will take $1600 ifold by June 1st. Can make good terms. It is the cheap est lot in Columbia at the price when you take in; toconsideration the location. ira, Exchange National Bank Bld'g. THE POWERS HiOTE bax been remodeled and refur nished, and is now open for business. We arc serving nice meals and we want your pat ronage. .... J. S. POOL, Mgr. R. M. Robinson DENTIST Phone 117 Over Peck's Drag Stire They're after him Big shave one dime Same price all time Whose "him?" Why, Jim! Located at No 714 Broadway Baths. v Phone 288 Black Largest and inmost com fplete line of Loose Leaf Devices' in Columbia The Missouri Store. c Call 55 (Double 5) to get the Mis sourian's...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 May 1910

. xj .- - UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY? MAY'Sl9MTj ' - Vt VT 5l3 I- Msl HALLEY A BUM PRESS i ,n T;; . , , ' , '-i J tft-f eminent: Complete B -. .. fl !TO I 53 P H H . ? as,u,am pes agent," says COMET ,- The, State Norma! School - V 1t V . ghyileal Culture; ' ,. " pSfSl Blabbed aii the sky Night- ' ITOClTf I F , RMggAI-TDI - :.' I allege cSSSl rider Told Him nd MwK T-rjKIK.fkD IIJLE4 IVIIDDU'UKl- . . i ? llockev. Basket 9 A D I r " f liMi: fcicwtioniir I an Awful Mess. , Heulthlul Location. , J. B. Jones, Pro. I A aPi - imjw a r t?i ; Ail gave awayail secret Great ! eachers College , " SB00 Sl SIS0i5i Of Course People Won't I " Make a Fuss About a ..... , - "-- Mere Vacuum. - - " """ -l-.--ot1tomm.--, --.. .,. I -bummer oession? fiievfen-, Weeks, Beginning JUNE 1ST AND ENDING! AUGUST 12TH, 1910. j Forty-five Teachers in Facility, I v i Hi r ISydred dollars Pays for tuition, board, room, light, books and stationery in the Business, Shorthand or Combined Course at Barnes Business ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 May 1910

-V i sS?t UNIVERSITY. MISSOURJAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1910. E BE :h CHOOL SALE! Extra Precautions Will be Taken This Year, in 'the Handling or Trunks. GOING TO ADDRESS ON EACH PIECE ' 'if Sr. iji... iii ' i JjLliJjd'LiLtJI JwMBwIfJililbJMJWJLiii " Jff'ijii-L1 ULLLil - V - w. v;. - " 1 Ml -" - jKU SI3fe : ; li 4 - HI BAGGAG LOSS MAY AVERTQ 1 1 H ! (4 i r Unusual opportunities for TOVN and GOWN, lasting until June 9th and begin ning now. The prices below will speak for them selves. Description is unnecessary. It is a last opportunity to stock up on goods for the summer, as good as you can find in your home town, wherever you may live, at prices your home dealers will not offer. Suits and Raincoats : "Show us" the like of these values in fine goods any where else $10 to $12 values at . . $7.50 $13.50, $15, $16.50 and $18 values J Q QQ $20 and $22.50 values at . . $13.50 $25 and $27.50 values at . . $15.00 $30 and $35 values at . . . 20.00 HATS- Felts, Soft or Stiff. $3 values for $4 val...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 May 1910

- - &i ".ST? Vz? LTNIVERSITT MISSOtfRIAN. R' volume n. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. THURSDAY", MAY 26, 1910. NUMBER 178. t I. I I n & ? T ?. TO ES Raymond E. and Walter C. McCanse Will Go to Mt. Vernon on Foot. ARE TRAINING FOR TRIP Ezpect to Cover Thirty-three Miles a Day and Reach Home in a Week. Since Albert Payson Weston, the veteran walker, walked from San Fran cisco to New York, many persons have taken up walking as a fad. Two students a the University of Missouri, Raymond E. McCanse and Walter Mc Canse, are going to walk to their homes in Mount Vernon Mo., as soon as their examinations are over. They intend to start Thursday, June 2, and hope to .valk the 200 miles to Mount Vernon in a week. "We will eat and sleep in farm houses along the way, or at the towns ve, pass through," said Raymond C. McCanse yesterday. "We will walk in ordinary shoes, and at night we will do as Weston did, batho our feet in a brine lotion. We will use a compass to tell the direction, and follow a roa...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 May 1910

ii- !VV -V--Jft1..' .. r . w; ?r w:i ,5 , . : A - j rf-.v Vi 1 '- . - ""t '..!-. a1!.! ' 1 " u -t- ;. 5 es .J w; H - - UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1910. i S s? - & ?& UNlVa3ISfeURJAN A Srtalaf XMfoybr tbs Students in the School of JosaiftlWn M the BniveaRy of Missouri. J. B, Bo well .Managing Editor. - . Mtirtlt -Biinffm , ...Business Manager. " "JerTtE.'Caiorr',.....'. Advertising Manager. JOKKjy.AffnJJIXB.; Circulation Manager. . -j-71 v. i.-jsi ; MIVSItSnXt.lUBSOUBIAN ASSOCIATION E 7eobkx. J,nri,.? -" J.ESPtiiaoK. JjT.arW3MW. C.'A.BXBVEr. .1 tfcHCE";.18 NOETH EIGHTlf" STREET Btered at ibeJPostofflce at Columbia. Mo., as aecond-clau mail matter. HtJBSCBIPTION PKICE. , ''J3amffrJa,A4Tn,- -3TTil pi Carrier. ' . $2,00 ?ER YEAR. ADYXKIlBWajSnm ON APPLICATION. A4drau all communications to - ' DHWEBSITlf MliSQURIAN. LON&.OR jSHORT LIFE Chauncey Dsaw, who is now 76 3 huts old. in a magazine article gives a rcceipe fo.m attaining long life. The rules are simple, r...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 May 1910

1 1 - v, - , UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1910. ' &""-- STAGE REPORTERS UNLIKE LIFE A MICHIGAN FORESTRY CLUB i -t i t 1 Ik yv i 12 - BH The 3 I I ft I I e J 'I 't j- ? . H I !! X K . IE ' o-Op -IS- THE ONLY PLACE handling the official Senior Invita tions. They are of New Design and Elegant Workman ship. ' It is the best place to get PENNANTS FOBS OF NEW VESIQNS FINE STATIONERY COMMENCEMENT SOUVENIRS OF ALL KINDS BETWEEN CLASS ITEMS Note Paper Sandwiches Stamps Post Cards 1 c each Chocolate Fountain Pen Ink The Co-Op Your Own Store and Post-Office Substation. VlTFTlUr i TURKISH JLxaJL' JLAl JLcis&re 20 fovLS cs,. T ARSITY race. Eight muscular com 7 rades rowing in' per feet rhythm. The flag of the old Alma Mater bursts upon the breeze. Victory. Then the long ride back to town on the train and Fatima Cigarettes. You enjoy the fine blend of Turkish tobacco, the cool rich flavor, and you have ten extra cigarettes. ' THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. WABASH TIME CARD. No 3lnrr...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 May 1910

til i tl i i t M 3 ifi v )7 ! -l EBV fit0! I FOR SAU CHEAP TS- t - ,-Mi Beautiful lot frontngieast oh Hiti street, just little south of Read hall. Paved street walk and sewer all inr " ' . j This lot is worth $2,000 bufwill take $1600 if"sold By June 1st "Can-make good terms. It is the cheap. eit;lot in Goiumoia-ait tKe price when you take in to consideration the location.. Exchange National Bank Bld'g.; .' THE POWERS HOTEL a " has been remodeled and refnr- pithed, end it now open for bnimets. We are serring nice meal and we want your pat- rodtje. . . . . J. S. POOL, Mgr. R. M. Robinson DENTIST Phone 117 Orer PeckVDrng Store They're after him Big shave one dime Same price all time Whose ."him?" Why, Jim! Located at No 714 Broadway Baths. Phone 288 Black Largest an moat com plete line of I-P LooseLeaf Devices' in Columbia The Missouri Store. Call 55 (Double 5) to get the Mis Bouriari's business office by telephone. DELIVERING GROCERIES. That is our business. Trading Gro ceries for mo...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 May 1910

r ,' m a u,- &. t xllmm Wnnhz iXii.v"z:s?r Physical Culture; .ipresaion: Art; IJopiestlc Science; o!ce;Eiano:.Bu5l. neaa vone;Saneib glnlDB Hall: Oree Recreation Boom;' 8anttarinm Aimi. Campus j Tennis; ii !," asset 'J.B.Jonot.P , --L ' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, MAY' 26, 1910. , 5 Hi ForYoungWomen"' JDTO TTIUlf MTO ilir " r "' ' ! Competent Teach- nil I ll ll II II IT IV I A Tlnr ' K ers: Student Gov- I 11 1 I VI UlUULllIU fllll J , , J - . f- ernment: Complete , ' l '-X . ' "" "'" ' ' " "'' """ . 1 Equipment; Artlcn- - " 'lTWm t-wr-r-. . . . J '- - " . ,, .S I ' J latesvritli.Ml8t.onri NHL I TnflTriri 1111111 f tl aS-r; -- tJ ' - . 1 UDiversttyji-uii Lit- I'UL A I L V I Ml AIM III' RVPHHHiiHHBB9IHEHHnBHaiiftS3nSB4HEVJHHIIBHHi 1 4 11111 -HH-.1 ill jjr-iv BHULii.aH- leaehere and Journalists Next, illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHll'lHSlllBSlllllHllHB -uiijjuiccia use ljiurary !" 'B'? MGBl9Sl the "Least. rHB.vf"llE lKnRk.s K-t Mva ilBKBRjJ3iltau9IBIHVunHMSKMIIHVEKZH...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 May 1910

MM, , Tun, fflMiriiiMiiitrii)iTiiiiiiiiiiTMmii UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1910. -FINE WHITE- DIAMOND JEWELRY La Valiers, Brooches, RINGS F m -Ki, FACTS for SENIORS Chances of Light Men are In creased Under the Re vised Regulations. II IT i OOTBALL DIE 1 M & 514 'S 3t I sell fine White Diamonds cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. F. A. HENNINGER HOCKADAY PUCE LOT SALE! At public auction, May 30, at 2 o'clock we propose to sell for the high dollar, 1 8 choice lots, 50 by 140 feet of the east part of the Hockaday place, all south fronts, and in the heart of the best section of Columbia. Located in the heart of the best sec tion of Columbia near College avenue and the state grounds, these lots are the best located lots for beautiful homes now to be found in Columbia. Terms 1 -5 cash, 1 -5 in 12 mths and 3-5 in 1 8 months at 6 per cent inter est. BATTERTON '& FEMEERTON. SCHWABE BROS., Aucts. WENTWORTH MILITARY ACADEMY 43 Miles from Kansas City. ground. Special instr...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 May 1910

UNIVERSITY --- SSOURLAN. a jw '- li am - RI. V volume n. COLUMBIA, MISSOU RIDAY, MAY 27, 1910. NUMBER 179. f '''," . " V " y ' m zMe iaii -ty H 3 "i H I. k x Ly l?i I'X IVT TO , HUFFLrCRAGKERS" Proclamation Urging a Sane Fourth Will Be Issued in Columbia. WOULD MAKE DAY QUIET No Objections to Fireworks Says Dr. Smith-Plans of the Commercial Club. Columbia's patriotic citizens this nieans boys, too must observe a sane Fourth of July, so says Dr. Stanley Smith, mayor of Columbia. The may or says lie will issue a proclamation urging the people to cooperate with him in the effort to carry the sane Fourth idea. This proclamation will be issued in accordance with one recently issued by Governor Herbert S. Hadley, urg ing the mayors of the cities in the state to help hold down lha fatality pud the causality list. "I do not favor the use of firecrack ers and other explosives," said Dr. Smith tnis morning." However, if some j Columbia organization should care to give a display of fireworks I...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 May 1910

'f-fSSW w- -, I i :V 41 i: m i i ? m A UNIVERSITY MISSpURIANFRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910 I Diversity m&sourian A SranlBf DmHyby tk StadenUin fl School of jooxmuiim at tne uniTeiutr oi Missouri. r t - "nil -y jr.B.faiVmi...T.. rJw ..Maraiins Editor. Hrt.RiwSG... ........ .Business Manager. JculrKX. QtUKorr Advertising Manager., iTfltTWBMrT MISB0URIAN ASSOCIATION - -- - Ittfe.) r tr HaTE.HlwKa8. President J ' Oosson Fiaatx. Secretary, v F.WeoOK..Trasurer. .- J.B. Fowxixp:.r x ft i U.K. Pearson. g.B.QnUDluw,'- B.P.LwanT. f,7.WOUXI, C.A.HABVSY. oiw&&8 NORTMHTff'STET ,f. -f- -IELEPHbNE65?. -,?' ettNd M PpetoOoa atloolambls. Mo1,'m wcond-clus mall matter. f.),. J . . S6B8CBIWI6N PfflCE. , UkwlatlMa AATnc.,vB7rHall or Carritr. r . J. J i 2-. 2.Cf?,?E& YEAR.V i! ! ADVERTISING RATES OX APPLICATION. i; si,tf 1 hs A44ra all oommunlcatlom to DHIVERSITY MI880UBIAN. j , Columbia, Mo. UP TO THE STUDENTS. J; The outcome of the direct tax for the University of Missouri depends much upon the ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 May 1910

innvERSiTY mbsouioan; reibAy; may 27, i9io. ' - , x . 3,i ?1 GREAT NEWS BUFFALO V wiriVou winALrLr XflI 1 "''K T f ' -. rv.s- I ! A ' fppm t i ifti.i Au;r.vx IEGRAM, FRIENDS-IT'S IMPORTANT NEWS TO YDU! Sa. are 8 HURRAH! You and all our friends in luck! Great luck! Read that Telegram again! It is an opportunity that we pass on to YOU. Every penny we save you 345 Men in Columbia or Boone county and only 345 can partake of the advantages offered by this special purchase but in order that every one may have an op portunity to buy a spring or sum mer suit at a saving we will place our entire stock on sale in combination with this special pur chase and offer the public one of the biggest opportunities on rec ord to profit in their suit buying. Backward business conditions in the east have brought these suits to Columbia at this price don't miss the opportunity they create! SfWia Ko. 168. THE WESTEBU UNXOBI TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED rC 23,GO FF6GES 58 AMERICA. GABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 May 1910

-i tj UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. 'MAY 27, 1910 - 'Mi t ra I? IB i" I FOR SALE CHEAP Beautiful lot frontng east on . Hitt street, just as little' south of Read hall. Paved street walk and sewer 'allin. This lotVis worth $2,000 by June 1st Can make good terms. It is the cheap est lot in Columbia at the price when you take in to consideration the location. J. A. STEWART E change National Bank BlcPg. t THE (POWERS HOTEL has been remodeled and refur nished, and is- now open .for, business. We are serving nice meals and we want jour pat ronage vJ. S. POOL, Mgr. R. M. Robinson DENTIST Phone 117 Over Peck's Drag Store They're after him Big shave one dime Same price all timo , Whose "him?" Why, Jim! 1 J V. 1. - '" Located at No 714rBrqadWBy t, . f Bath's;- Phone 288 Brack -. i ,y : g . T, Largest and most com plete line of i J;" .- ; f. . Loose Lear Devices ,)j(. in:Cdlumbia t ii t the Missonfi'Stbre: :allt'oh"(Double 5) to get the Mis- sourian's business bfliee by telephone, lour; CoDrr...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 May 1910

- Us UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN.- FRIDAY. MAY 27, 1910. s T M is wmi IA & fv l ll It Li It kM -is- . THE ONLY PLACE handling the official Senior Invita tions. " They are of New Design and Elegant Workmanship. It is the best place to get PENNANTS FOBS OF NEW DESIGNS FINE' STATIONERY COMMENCEMENT SOUVENIRS OF ALL KINDS' BETWEEN CLASS ITEMS Note Paper Sandwiches Stamps Post Cards 1 c each Chocolate Fountain Pen Ink Your Own Store and JLJljLA 1-1T1LCIRHETTES SO for WABASH No 31arms 800n.m. No.30deiart3 940a.m. No.33arnc J .29 p.m. No 31.! lepnrta l-2.rp.m. Ko. 35 arrive- S300p m. Xo 31 ilepnrts 345p.m. lo.37armc 10.50 p.m. No IGdepark, 9.00p.m. No. 30 and 30 make cast nnd west connections: No.32iast roniifctJpns only: No. 31 western conncctloi's on'.j . For further Information l'hone Hi. M. I). UhLL. LocalAcent. THE NEW Y. M. Finest place in Columbia to room during Summer School. Every room Sets good air. Shower baths, read! g rooms, game rooms, dehgntful verandas, etc. Write or call at ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 May 1910

Hl R h "i $."-. s . jfe:!6 -v' - ' UNIVERSnY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, MA 27, 1910; ' , '''.-..'. 'v L , ,, p r- . . ", 1 STJULFUBI TESTS;:- GOOL WEATHER KEEPS - ': . - W I - Dress Footkn n HOME CAN MARKET PIES OP ; ' ."fltfe--- l ' t A v " ' ' ' Our Spring Dress Shoes are correct by. every edict of good "form. They are classy productions of Makers with a reputation:. $3.50, $4.00, $5700 to $6.00. Pumps. - ' Handsome, new Pumps in Patent Kid, the Swellest of all Swell Shoe' Models. -1116,10151 of good taste in Full Dress Shoes for Men. $3.50, $4,00 to $5.00 2N l-f H0CKADAY PLAGE LOT SALE $i 1 AtJpublic auction, May 30, at 2 o'clock we propose to sell for the high dollar, 1 8 choice lots, 50 by 1 40 feet of the east part of the Hockaday place, all south fronts, and in the heart of the best section of Columbia. Located in the heart of the best sec tion of Columbia near College avenue -and-the state grounds, these lots.are the best located lots for beautiful homes now to be found in Columbia...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 May 1910

'MEffiJJBSJrJSKftMlfflllJIMf'flM 'i I- -Hi" leu ixju UNIVERSITY MJSSOURIAN, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910. - -; -r,-J ' T7? n.. , ;,-.' .j: ForYmjneWomen. T 500 ANIMALS in- Competent Teach cr: Student Gov- 49 .3 . i 4 e - & I rB Of.tvi1- !Mi4 Ptlltam t tate Norma! School Equipment: Anlcu. lutes with Missouri Unlversity:Full lit erary Courses; Sil- ON THE STATE FARM Students in Agriculture Have Abundant Laboratory Material. Physical .Cnllurej it- it S 1 Voice; Piano; Busi ness Course; Superb Dlnlnc liall; Larce Recreation Boom; Sanitarium; Ample Hi uampns; -Tennis; Hotkey; Basket Ball; Exceptional It Healthful Location. t k ;.. ABOU - ' ".; w it1jl C1 ine a KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI : e V fr J.B.Jooes.Prss. r FBItoa, s(00 One SI00 Hundred Dollars ijaysfor tuition! board, room, light, books and stationery in theBusiness, Shorthand or Combined Course,at Barnes Business College $ 911 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo., for a term of three months. No summer vacation. Enter any time. A situation secured for...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 May 1910

M I i f . ' - rnUII MiUM URt ; ; , TnimoF state II- 'CtJliaaI m I M I ' Best Orchards Located in Sec- v jii' : 'DR. HOWARD'S REPORTS f i! f : I KAai It ' Bi X ABB .M H J J S 1 1! i!i rt- tH, i l I'? .. !i.i ,7 u V H 4 nv Unufeual opportunities for TOWN and . GOWN, lasting until June 9th and begin ning now. The prices below will speak for them selves. Description is unnecessary. ' It is a last opportunity to stock up on goods for the summer, as good as you can find in itmi- B"fvri"&k iflv-hvam KATBrttcxtPanTCXiV JTrvaT! mresar Rird at prices your home dealers will not offer. Suits and Raincoats: "Show us" the like of these values in fine goods any where else $10 to $12 values at . . $7.50 $13.50, $15, $16.50 and $18 valuesJlQ $20 and $22.50 values at . . $13.50 $25 and $27.50 values at . . $15.00 $30 and $35 values at . . . $20.00 HATS- Felts,; Soft or "'Stiff. $3 values for $4 values for $5 values for $1.50 $2.50 $3.50 V 0S1ERY- m$ St weight at 15' cents. 50 cent values, puce si...

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