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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1910. NUMBER 184. Ed Xew Firm Will Occupy Struc ture to be Erected By M. II. Pemberton. NOT A CO-OP STORE Next Year the Students Will Have Choice of Three Plac es to Buy Their Supplies. There will be another student sup ply store in Columbia next year. Con struction will begin next week on a bunding on the lot west or I'einberton Hall. lacing Conley Avenue and the south entrance of Academic Hall. The property is owned by Morton H. I'einberton. The building will contain two stories and a basement. The basement will bo occupied by a linn which will install a barber shop and baths. The second story will contain rooms which will bo rented to students. It is not konwn who will compose the arm which will start the student supply store on the first lloor. M. II. I'einberton. who will construct the building, said this morning that he was under obligation not to state who the persons were. He admitted, how ever, that it ...

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

UNIiERSITY MISSOURIAN THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN will brim, the signing ot petition! to a speedy triumphant close with twice the required number of ignatuies. Eery student in the university lias "woik" for the siimiiier a tak that will jield him remuneiation out ol al! proportion to lna efiorts, and that i the getting ot signers lor the null tax petition. An Evening Dailrby th8tudentln the fcchoolof Journalism at Die tfnli eiiitjr of lli-boun. .olu.. Fimiei: Hapkv K Hihi.m.- .M,iii.iKhicl-litor S l(Jii-.r ardware CNIVER.S1TY MIOl'KIAN X UCUTJON iIiiorijratili Ei I r I'j W.VJS I'r. -.dent ViioiiN IiiuT sreGir. J-eancis sTEHum Tnit-urir c . IUi:vfv J K Niiium- llAI'JA U.ISV. JvME-Ci MlV. J E. ClIM)ll PAGE TWO I?3 H 1 - OFI'ICX: 1 NfiirrH Klein II PlKhFT TELEPHONE V, Entered at the 1'o-toHk-e at Columbia. Mo . woiid-cla3 mail matttr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 3nrariabl7 in Advance liy Mail or Chn-itr $2.00 PER YEAR. News of Other Colleges AUVKRTIIK RATES O.V APPLICATION .K!?...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 June 1910

THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE Thoroughly C PHONE 116 9 Carpets jp i l - t f; K i? CARPETS The Biggest Sale IS AT- Th e All Jewelry 20io off This is your chance for the latest Fobs, Pins, Seals and Spoons at so remarkably low Prices. -PENNANTS Missouri Pennants, all styles, 25 per cent off. Every one bran new. Department Pennants 40 per cent off. 12x30 Fraternity Pennants 25 cents each so long i as they last. Second'hartd' Books 40 per cent of list. Bring in all you have get the cash for them. Between Class Items Chocolate and Sandwiches Pencils Blue Print Paper Post Cards The Co-Op Your Own Store and Posloffice Substation. FURNITURE RUGS UNDERTAKING WHERE THE GOODS ARE ALWAYS THE BEST. TROXELL'S "Leader and Maker of Low Prices." 9th and Cherry Sts. Columbia, Mo. Leate jour order for cut flow els t Xav smith's. Phono 130, 1! South Ninth street. (Adv.) Phone I3u foi cm flowers, Xay smith's. 14 South Ninth street. (Adv.) fresh Halihut, nice lnrsre slices :U H...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 June 1910

THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 190 PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN HOW TO PLANT TREES Assembly Dance Friday Night, June 3. Best Floor, Best Music. OZMENT'S ORCHESTRA. Make Your Date Now. Columbia Hall. Great Care hould be Taken in Trans portation of the Trees. Setting out young trees is a thing that is loosely done in most cases. There is something more to be ob served than getting the roots in the hole and throwing earth upon them. The trees should be taken out of the nursery rows as carefully as pos sible so as not to break too many root hairs oft. The loots must be pro tected trom the sun and wind during transportation from the nursery to the place where they are to be set. The ground should be dry when the holes are dug. The trees should he cut back to a single central leader. This also i educes the leal surface so there will not be so much transpira tion through the leaves. The roots are pinned back where they are too long. The tree should he set perpendic ular in the hole. It the tree is c...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 3 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910. NUMBER 185. i 7 i H Ti B WOULD IE WW HERE Commercial Club Trying to Have Columbia Put on Airship Route. CURRAN'S AID SOLICITED Prize Money Pledged by Aero Clubs for Flight Across the State. The Columbia Commercial club, tlirou.Ji its secretary, E. B. Caii(lirn, has written John II. Curraii. state im migration commissioner, asking that Columbia be one of the iio stopping places in the St. Louis Kansas City aeroplane llighu The Him offered to assist in any way possible toward the success of the plan, and asked just what would have to be done to get Colui.ibia on the route. The 310,000 prize money has been pledged by the aero clubs of Kansas Cit and St. Louis. Already Glenn II. Curtiss, Charles K. Hamilton, Charles F. Willard and Dr. Vil!ian Greene liave announced their inten tion to enter the flight. Other fam ous awators who might ln brought to Columbia if the town is placed on he route are Louis Paulhan and ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 3 June 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Evening Daily by the Student in the School of Journalism at the University of MUuri. fiORnox Fisjikk IIarbv E. UililN.s ... .Managing Eilitnr. .V- Kditur. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION (lncorporatl) Eaki.k 1'eak-js. I'p'siilem. Vav:hx UitVANT, secretary. FlIANCIS hTKWACT. Tn-a-nrer. C. A. IlAUVEY J. F. WlI.UAM-. Uakkv D. (icv. Jamis- ;. May. J. E, ClIAMlf F. OTTOCE: IB NORTH ICIfiHTII STREKT TELEPHONE . Entered at tlie I'ostoffire at Columbia. Mo.. a second-class mail matter. HCBSCKHTION 1'KIC'E. '.Invariably In Advance. Hy Mull or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING KATES ON APPLICATION. Address all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. Columbia. Mo. STUDENTS CAN BRING SUCCESS Seventy-one years ago the state of Missouri established a state univer sity, dedicated to the interests of high er education in the state. This in stitution has prospered, until today it ranks as one of the leading Western U...

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

FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE araware and Furniture Co. Tandy L3 .. Y rf f ! 1 L S&iisnxGJav Athens' Hotel Bld'g. Don't Forget the Location. On account of the recent fire we have changed our location and request all our old friends and pa trons to drop in and see us. We are quoting exceptionally low prices on Furniture. PENINSULAR RANGES $28.00 and upward. Lawn Mowers, Washing Machines, Screens, and Screen doors. Rugs, Window Curtains and Queensware. The Automatic system of circulation keeps the Food pure and whole some for the longest possible period and pre vents the mixing of food flavors. feJHI i i r itpc jLp i yu I 'Ml (H 'would not go IMMNP A Complete line of Furni ture on Second floor. ome in and let us show I would back to candles! J.-.U1 r HJ.IH.J.I. .U.1 IT- you nf ,- c. . The Durham Duplex Safety Razor is the only Safety razor that can be used as the old style. You should see it. .KLUIIUni W-un-ia-jnrn . THE ONE SALE OF REAL PENNANTS Th -IS AT...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 3 June 1910

PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910. Tz. BUS V BROKE RVEREGORDS New Marks Set in Quarter Mile, Half-Mile, 2-Mile, Pole Vault, High Jump. 'T'O give everybody a chance to sell their Sec- ond Hand Books, Long & Hummell will be here Saturday to continue buying all kinds of Books. ....... with your Exams of course, but you must give some attention to your GRADUATING FRIENDS. STEELE'S GREAT SHOWING 10 T I There is nothing more appropriate than a fine piece of Jewelry. Select it at 813 BROADWAY. HENNINGER'S NEW YORK'S SCHOOL RECORD Graduates Most College Students Per Per Square Mile. Cornell investigators who have lnen compiling arious sociological statis tics have tliscovereil thai there are more college students to the square mile in New York City than in any other plat- on earth. .More than 11, 000 students are graduated Ir.nu the institutions of higher learning m Co- BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT MR. LIVERMORE PRESENTS AT STAR THEATRE TONIGHT LORAINE THE ANIMATED DOLL. MY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 June 1910

tJNIVERSI OURIAK VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. SUNDAY. JUNE 5, 1910. NUMBER 186. TY L : ARRESTED AGAIN IRS. DQXEY DEFIANT Charge of Higniny Docs Not "Worry St. Louis Woman. WILL BE A NURSE Acquitted Woman Denies, too. That She Will Ever (Jo on Stage. 13 United Press. ST. LOUIS, June 4. Mrs. Dora K. Doxcy, who was acquitted of the charge or murdering William J. Krder, with whom she lived, asumed" a de fiant attitude tonight when she talked of the charge of higainy brought against her. Her attorneys say the burden ot iiroof now rests with the state. Mrs. Doxcy smiling assented. She denied that she would bring diverse action, but stated that she would never return to her husband. She claimed that his administering morphine to her was the cause of all the trouble. Sho positively states that she will never go en the stage, but instead will enter a hospital and study to be a trained nurse. She will be arraigned by the state for bigamy June 1G. Mrs. Doxcy was arrested at 1:30 o'clock this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 1910. l( PAGE TWO ": m s" UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Ereolns Dally br theftudentsln tlie .-choolof Journalism at the University of Mi&ouri. OOBPOS FinnK Barry K. Riding .. ..Manarins Editor. N. - Kflitur. UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAX A.-.-OCIA1 IOK (IncorpnratiHl) EAittr. 1'eariK, l'rf-iilcnt. VAfOH.s Ii:.int. ?-cretary. Fi:acIs iTE'.CAl-T. 1 rtii Mirer. c: A. Harvey J. F. Wii i jams Harry V. o"tv. .Hmi May. J. E. Chasoif. OFFICE: 1 NORTH KIOHTII STKEET TELEl'IIOXE V Entered at the 1'onoflice at Columbia. Mo., as secoiul-cltiu mail matter SCBSCRIITIOX I'itlCE. 3nTriablr In Advance. By Mall or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING RATES ON AMPLICATION. ggo-. Address all communication- to UXIVEK.S1TV MI.-sOUP.IAX. Columbia. Mo. EDITORIAL CARTOONS. Psychology has taught us and is teaching as many things.' One oi ihe roost important of these is the value and quick apprehension of human t visualization. Impressions made on the eye are the most lasting, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 June 1910

SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE -Wre- J u ..,.. .n...... tm.r., G PRE-INVENTORY SALE Calico, all standard brands 5c 1 Oc Bleached Cotton - 7 1-2 Amoskeag Check Gingham 7c Good quality Brown Dom, 5c A. C. A. Ticking - 15c 1 5c Childrens Hose - I Oc 1 5c Ladies Hose' - 1 Oc Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached 8 1-2 rawing to the entering of A. Frank Neate af Paris, Missouri, into the Strawn-Holland Dry Goods Co.,i it becomes necessary for us to take stock on July 1 . Consequently we will run for the next TWO WEEKS beginning today June 3 and ending June 1 8, a Pre-Inventory Sale with a view to reducing our stock as much as possible before that time. As everything cannot be Quoted for Lack of Space the following will be a key to the situation :: 9 u c k l M lV3 s . I w if Mi1 11 i' 1 :-"l)lN W-'li'-Jnia ', j'. s. V,Tu'i -JViffi it i m I. : Will .''' M. j'hhi. ,! i u 3 J If ft mil m urn m mm 'ii ' w'ai i.K. 'It .i.r. fiiV i5'i'la , ,ii!Vi i WU -t J Every Tailored Suit Reduced Su...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 June 1910

SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 1910. PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN THERE'S A REASON WHY COLUMBIA'S BEST PEOPLE DEMAND N-CONLEY JERSEY MILK! THERE'S SEVERAL REASONS AND WE'RE GLAD FOR THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THEM. 1st. We have the only Pure Jersey Dairy in Columbia. 2nd. Our herd is free from Tuberculosis, and we will be pleased at any time to furnish to our customers, evidence of the fact. Our herd is tested annually. 3rd. We furnish milk solely from our own herd; and of but one grade. 4th. We practice strictly sanitary methods approved in the best certified dairies in the country. 5th. We guarantee to furnish to our customers the best service, the richest milk, the cleanest milk, the healthiest milk, the longest keeping milk, the best put up and best cared for milk found in our fair city. 6th. Our Pare Jersey Milk is the most economical milk and the most economical pure food the consumer can purchase. IF YOU WANT TO ELIMINATE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING AND AT THE SAME TIME BOOST COLUMBIA, GET IN TOUCH ...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE FIVE. EVERYTHING IS NEW AT PAYNE'S HA SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 1910. RDWARE STORE I and We Pay 704 - Zh a! ' ONE-LEQQEDllBABEaA'Llii.PJYER ! George. Albertson .Stumps. Throuqh Game but Holds Down GenteriField. ", Ceorge Albertson ol Hamac-ia, who has two legs, one ol which he bought, says he can do a stunt that perhaps no one el.iu ou earth can equal, lie discards nis tree leg and hops through a baseball game and does it well, too. When Albertson lost his right leg in a railroad accident several years ago he was sorely grieved, chiefly be cause he belived it would end his baseball career. Last season he de termined to try stumping through a game. The wooden leg he found cum bersome, but stuck to his job never theless. "This season," said Albertson, "1 have been practicing playing center field with only one leg. I stood the tree leg up in a corner and tried hopping through the game and found it worked bully. There is to he a game Memorial Day between the Yale Athlet...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 June 1910

PAGE SIX UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 1910. HONOR FRAT MEN DINE No No. No. No N for Announcement For Sunday Strawberry Ice Cream. Grape Sherbet. For Every Day Fresh Creamery Butter, Butter Milk, Cottage Cheese. WHITE EA GLE DAIR Y CO Monday Special TL1 Having purchased our fall line we will offer our entire stock of Rugs at 20 oo off, for -Monday-only and strictly for cash. E amer : i . : umiture r ji Company.- ---- HIGH PATENT FLOUR, THE BEST. One trial and you will think only of Using our High Petent. Bran, Sliipstiiff. Corn Chop, llay, Oats, Straw iii.'l all mill feeds. Alfal-Fat (Alfalfa and Sugar) the it.o lui-'.-d of all stock feed?. Try ono rack and you will sp the economy and piohtableness in using it. Premium i! ixcl feed, a ported, balanced tation for fowls and -hicks. AH at ioiu!;ir prices and prompt delivery. ALFAL-FAT 51.25 PER CVVT. -THE 0 COUNTY 1 ELEYATOH SEND HER ROSES if yoa will. Wc have nothing to say against that. Cut if you etc as . wise as you are att...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 June 1910

UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1910. NUMBER 187. LIFE OF The Spiritual Man Should Not Occupy a Pass ive Attitude. THE TRIUMPHANT CHURCH Sparks From Dr. Shailer Mathews' baccalaureate Sermon. "The Christian life Is one or peace, but it is uiso one or conflict," said 0r. Shailer Mathews In his opening words of the baccalnureato sermon Sunday, in the University auditorium. Dr. Mathews took as his text, "I came not to send peace, but a sword." We do not ordinarily think of the Bword as a type of Christianity. The church has preferred the cross; yet the two symbols are supplementary. Dr. Mainews' sermon sparkled with pithy bentences, and held the close attention of the audience which filled tne auditorium. The speaker was in troduced I.y Dr. A. Ross Hill. "Most people conceive of religious life as a release from struggle; repose in God; deliverance from anxiety; emancipation from the storms of pas sion. And asuredly no one would deny that to a great...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 June 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Erenin Daily by the Students in the School of Journalism at the University of Jli-youri. Gobhon Fish eh IIjtRKV E. Ridings . ..Munagini; Editor. -V-u- I.ditor. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION (IllCOTXKjIsltlxl) EAiu.r. I'kaiivj.v, rre.-Ment. Vaicii.v Bevant. S'-tretjirv, KlUNCIS STEWAI.T. TlVJsUriT. C. A. IlABVKV J. K. WlU.IAMs Haiiiiy l). cicv. Jamb. (i. May. J. E. ClIAaNUiF. OFFICE: lb NORTH Elf.IITH STREET TELEPHONE V. . Entered at the I'ostoffiee at Columbia. Mo., as fwoiid-clasi mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. Hnrarlably Jn Advance. By JIail or Carrier. $2.00 PER YEAR. ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION. tS!r& Addre5 all communication- to UNIVERSITY MISsUfltlAN. Columbia. Mo. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING. Everybody reads the newspaper. The advertising, if put up in attrac tive packages," that is, displayed in a taking way and written in a man ner to convince, is read by a larger number of persons, probably, than any otlier f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE WOMEN TO RULE OXFORD TmiTV7TKi'v":1 There is a Strong Protest, but the Feminists Appear Victorious. 0fl I'nhersity is ai;ain quarn 1 jnj; about the l elation of hexes in ht'iily. A r.ev body ot control Ias 1 1 been .-rt up to MiienUc the wo'iien sneVnt but there is an aethe and old i f fashioned section ol the tmi; ersuy t .. .wnllllCl 111. tlltUlVilfifMl 'F!ni I.ln.i t MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1910. Tr -,- n.,-,.! --T -r -Tg.Tr"-'-raH;Vffi.re- V ; $ IlR'll .lfc.HU.!- " III1.IIOIIIM. 1 Uf lU'J of tho siiiiiiorterr, ot the change is that the position ol women at 0. lonl diotilil lie J emulated. So th.n iio,i(i'e id liave a "deleijaej" oI" twen tj one i 'Unix rs tii viee-cliaiiedlor. ll;c two jtroi tors. Hire iivmbeis ol tcinoi.ni'iii and nine women to l:oI. after irl i.tiuVranuliiates. One of the women is to be tlio piincinal of the hoii'e s-f.idents and the others are to be el'' t"d. Til- iiriiifijile ot lirasenose. a Mn.ii -enix-rier of the delegacy, says ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 June 1910

MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1910. PAGE FOUR DOES COMET CAUSE DISASTER? COLLEGE GIRLS SHINE SHOES TWO STATES CLAIM JACKSON A STORY OF PULITZER UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Record for 2,000 Years Shows it Exerts Evil Influences. lS3."i Bubonic plague in Egypt. Bloody revolution in South America. lT.'.S-r.y Seven years' war. AH Eu rope in the throes of a bloody strug gle. 1CS2 Fanatical wars in India. In vasion of the Turks in Eastern Eu rope. Outbreak of the bubonic plague in Carman. 1C07 Great floods in England. Dreadful thirty years' war, that chang ed the map of Europe, begins. l."iSl Four hundred thousand Hol landers destroyed by breaking of ocean dikes. Black plague spread over Eu rope. Conez in Mexico and 1'izzaro in Peru slaughtering and ens-laving thousands of Aztecs and Incas. 14r.O .Mohammedan invasion swept up the Danube Valley and all Chris tendom threatened with extinction. i::7S Folk ot Northern Europe "died like rats" from worst visitation of black plague known to history. Kiftl Uhine val...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE FIVE. -? SEES STARS, MAKES PROFIT Young Author Sells Them to Astron omers. The young authoi was complaining tc the experienced litterateur of a dearth ot suitable lilnf nv.tni-inl .q MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1910. Have You Paid Your l( "Well invent a feu." tiie elder man advised. "Put oft your writing for a 1 1 time and devote your attention to plot i uimuing until you have acquired a sup 1 plj . Xuvv hero is a suggestion for a plot: A young man is let down at the i end ol a rope into a seemingly bot tomless abyss, heretofore unexplored. The rope Is torn into by the sharp edge lot a rock, and his companions hear the vniltlifiil i'ii!..vivV' ..-,- ..- .1;.. ....... .-l IMFI1TOT A If IMP i 9 i & Subscription yet? We have decided to give a further extension of time on our Special Subscription offer by request of many who say they cannot renew before the 1 Oth of June. We Have extended the time until June 1 5th Inclusive And those desiring to take advantage of this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 June 1910

PAGE SIX UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1910. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI ' IN COLUMBIA Graduate Department College of Arts and Science College of Jlgricullurc School of Education School of Engineering School of Law School of Medicine School of Journalism IN ROLLA School of Mines and Metallurgy General Catalogue or Special Information Sent Free on Request. NOW IDE GREATEST TENTED M BIG SHOWS I IN ONE fejy TiMES ITS FORMER SIZE EVERYTHING HEW TS-ilS YEAR BUT THE TITLE WILL PGSmVCLY EXHIBIT TWICE DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. M. sSSTiiTxS i7a wrm A FORTUNE EXPENDED III GUSt HAGKIFiGEHT NEW Which POSITIVELY takes place, rain or shine, 10:30 A. M., Show Day A SOLID fVlll-E: OR GOLD AND GLITTER --30RS OPEN FOR INSPECTION OF MENAGERIE AT 1 AND 7 P.M. ."E:RE-ORr.'5AIJCE: COMMENCES 1 HOUR LATER COLUMBIA TUESDAY, JUNE 7TH Show Grounds at Fair Grounds " I1MIII I I I ! I !! IHIIII IMIII1U 1 ..H I 1 r. WABASH TIME CARD. So 31 arrives. ....... Ko.rciarr ve;..jj... No Xinrrncj No.S7nrnve Xii S'larrln1- ....

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