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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 June 1910

SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. PAGE FIVE mi 9t lr )-. FIRE WORKS! GET READY TO CELEBRATE JULY 4 th U L WHITLEY A F II TO THE POOR Monument to Him Unveiled Yesterday in Harris Graveyard. lfHaHlHBaallBaaaHai!BBS3aiHHBHMBBEKaBBanBHSHeKKBEBaHMMBaBaini -. We have the most complete line of celebration novelties and "noise makers" to be found in the city. join the crowd of boys and buy your fire works here Prices the Lowest. STATE'S FIRST EDUCATOR Commemoration Address De livered by Dean Wal ter Williams. COOL! Mik el's Pharmacy 706 BROADWAY. Opportunities for College Girls. v To the schools of donicsitc sciences and household management come the most persistent and promising appeals for trained women workers, says Good. Housekeeping Magazine. Hos pitals, asylums, heads of large private estates, as well as business organiza tions of all sorts from laundries to publishing houses, want college-bred secretaries to take charge of "the busi ness end of things." A social worker an...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 June 1910

SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE SIX SELECT YOUR ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AT THE PERHAPS A FEW IN BOONE CO. The Assortment is the Best The Prices are the Lowest TENNIS. Spalding's Rackets, $2.00 to $8.00 Leacock Rackets $2.00 to $7.00 Wright &Ditson Rackets 25 oQ off Wright & Ditson championship Tennis Balls 2 for 75c. ASEBALL GLOVES and : Spalding, Leacock, Stall & Dean. ITS A few shop-vorn Gloves that are Real Bargains. GOLF CLUBS. TRACK SUITS. eabwmjy 'HE Mlssou"' Store &fo-- Overhaul Your Garret. There May Be Treasures There. YORK, Pa. Just at the time when the York County fanner is receiving the highest prices for his live stock and products of the soil he has found a treasure in his garret more prolitable than these, and the public sales of per sonal property throughout tho county this spring have illustrated that he is at last awake to his advantage in the widespread craze for the antique or old-fashioned. Many of these sales have given re markable ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 June 1910

OURIAN. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1910. VOLUME II. NUMBER 205. UNIVERS MILD AFFILIATE I Hcgents of K. lT. Want Thm to Unite With Agricul tural College. USELESS DUPLICATION NOW Easy Transfer from One to Other is the Aim of Chan cellor Strong" Scheme. LAWnnXCE. Kns.. .lime 2.". Tin board of regents of the University or Kansas took the lirst steps today to bring Hip state agricultural college- and the university into closer affiliation and to eliminate the useless duplica tion of courses in the two largest schools or the state. The following resolution was adopted by the regents: lie it resolved, that the hoard of regents or the University or Kan sas authorize the chancellor to re port to this hoard a method or co operation by which students r the agricultural college having a speci fied course of work shall receive credit therefore at the University of Kansas toward the degree of bachelor arts. Chancellor Strong Favors it. Chancellor Frank Strong believes that the two schoo...

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

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1910. IINIVFRmTY MmOTIRIAW AnETenInrDailTbrtheStndenttint!:eEchoo!of Jouraalfemst the Bnirersity of Missouri. Haeet E. Kiding .. . . .News Editor CXrvEBsrrr MlSeOCKiAN ASSOCIATION Incorporate! 1 EapJ-E l'EAB.-ns. President. Vapjiin Bkva.nt, .Wtturr, Fkancu. STEHMKT. Trua-urer. '.. A. IUkvet J. F. WiUJAVi Haeey K. GlT. Jami (i. May. J. E. CliAsSorF. office: is xoirrif ehhith street TELKI'JIOSK ,V Entered at the PoanEfe at Columbia. Mo., ta second-clas mall matter. BUBSCKIWION PRICE. 1nTriblr In Advance. Br Mall or Carrier. By carrier, per year $4.00 By mail, rer year, S3.0U ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION. tddreu all communications to CXIVKKdlTV MISSOUHIAN. Colcmbta. Mo. LARGEST CIRCULATION ' IN BOONE COUNTY. One of these mornings we will wake up and find Columbia a metroplis that is, when the street signs are tip. Ivy aronud the court house columns would draw words of praise on their classic beauty from visitors in Co lumbia. It a poo...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 June 1910

i MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE ii u Car of EVERYONE SHOULD, READ THIS. 35 in one or ten bag lots or more. This is a chance you should not miss. Phone or call and leave your orders NOW; This car of Potatoes was consigned to us and we ' ' are giving you an opportunity to buy them CHEAP. W. B. NOWELL FURNITURE RUGS UNDERTAKING WHERE THE GOODS ARE ALWAYS THE BEST. TROXELL'S "Leader and Maker of Low Prices." 9th and Cherry Sts. Columbia, Mo. START A CHECK ACCOUNT NOW. The younger one is when he starts a check account at a home bank the broader his business education will be and the more likely he will be to accumulate money. However, the "Check Account Plan" for caring for one's income and building up a "Bank Credit" has made it possible for men of mature years to accumulate a competence. Give the "Check Account Plan" a chance to help YOU. BOONE COUNTY TRUST CO. r- WISE PEOPIE BUY WISE FURNACES . - v - Be wise and buy a "WISE." Greene & McDonnell 102 North ...

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

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1910. - PAGE FOUR CLEARING SALE J B WELR V ! Until further notice I will sell at greatly reduced prices my entire stock of Jewelry, Clocks, Cut Glass, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Umbrellas, Brass Goods, Electroleers, Hand Bags, Etc. In fact every article in my store will be sold at greatly re duced prices (except Howard watches) and my entire stock of Hand Painted and Haveland China Dinner Sets At cost for Cash. Look for Prices in next issue of this paper. HENNINQER'S 813 BROADWAY. CLASSIFIED ADS. WANTED WORK IN THE AFTEIl noon. such as plain sewing, ironing, care of children, etc., by girl student. Phone :"CS Green. FOR SALE A NEW SIX HOOM house. 3 rooms, hall and pantry be low: 2 rooms and bath above. 6 lots each CCx200. Price $2,100. See W. H. Goldsberry, room 403-1 Ex. Bank Hldg. Phone oTS Ulaclc FOUND A SMALL CIOLD LADIES' locket about the size of a dime with chain attached. Owner n.ay have same by calling at this office, identify, ing...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 June 1910

umversity missourian. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1910. NUMBER 206. St fc? ki MEI JITOIHTON . WATEUNO LIGHT Citizens Will Discuss Plans at Court House for Im provement in Service. BOND ISSUE TO COME UP Dean Shaw's llecommenda- tion for Overhauling Sjs- tem Will be Presented. Tonight is the night for all good men to come to the aid of the water and light system in Columbia." The meeting that has been called by the mayor to discuss the improvement or the water and light service and the voting of a bond issue sufficient to carry out any recommendation that may be accepted, will begin at 7:30 tonight in the Boone county court house. As the faults of the present sys tem are already well known, the first matter that will be brought up tonight is the recommendation of H. B. Shaw, dean of the School of Engineering at the University of Missouri, in regard to the moving of the plant to a loca tion nearer the tracks of the Wabash railroad and the installation of a new set ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 June 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 19nj. .UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Evening Dally by the Students in the School of Journalism at the University ol Missouri. Bakkv K. IJim.scs ..Xi-w Kditor UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION (Iiirorror.ul) Eap.i.e !T.ap.-ox. l'ri"i'lont. Vah;iix 1;i:vant, srrtuiry. Fr.vscia hTEHWirr. Tn'.isurer. :. A. IlAKVKV J. T. WILLIAM'S Hakkv 1). (lev. Jamk ;. May. J. E. Ciiannoii-. tend siiecial privileges in the way of re bates on duties on her wardrobe. OFFICE: 18 SOUTH ElfiHTH STREET TELEI'HO.NE W Entered at the I'OatoOiu at Columbia. Mo., as tecoml-cla-i mail matter. SUliSCRIlTION l'RICE. Invariably In Advance. By Mail or Carrier. By carrier, per year ?.)() I3y mail, per year ?3.0 ADVERTISING KATES ON AITLICATION. UNION ?SS Addresi all communication-! tn UNIERSITY Ml&OL'KIAN. Columbia. Mo. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY. IT IS YOUR MEETING Columbia is to have a public im-i-ting tonight in which every citizen shouM manifest an active int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 June 1910

TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE WE INSURE Family and Fancy Drivers, Track Animals, Farm Horses and Mules, Mares, Cows, Cattle, Stallions Draft, High Bred and general purposes AGAINST Fire and Lightning, or death from any cause. COLUMBIA INSURANCE AND RENTAL AGENCY. Phone 259. L. C. JENNINGS, Secy. Haden BIdg. FURNITURE RUGS UNDERTAKING WHERE THE GOODS ARE ALWAYS THE BEST. WHERE THE PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST. TROXELL'S X "Leader and Maker of Low Prices." 9th and Cherry Sts. Columbia, Mo. START A CHECK ACCOUNT NOW. The younger one is when he starts a check account at a home bank the broader his business education will be and the more likely he will be to accumulate money. However, the "Check Account Plan" for caring for one's income and building lip a "Bank Credit" has made it possible for men of mature years to accumulate a competence. Give the "Check Account Plan" a chance to help YOU. BOONE COUNTY TRUST CO. WABASH TIME CARD. , 8.00a.m. No.:t0ilcpart3 1.1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 June 1910

TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1910. PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN HERE ARE YOUR REDUCED PRICES ON Rich Ammcan Cut Glassware 8 inch Bowls, regular value $6.00. Now . . . $4.80 8 " " " " 4.50. " ... $3.40, 111x7 inch salad bowl " 15.00. " ... $12.00 Large Celery tray " 5.00. " ... $4.00 Cream and Sugar $4.00 to $8.00 reduced to $3.20 and $6.40 Comports were $3.00 to $16.00 reduced to $2.40 i $12.80 Tumblers " $4.25 to $10.00 " "$3.45" $8.00 Jugs " $7 00 to $ 1 3.00 " " $5.60 " $10.40 6 inch Nappiers were $2.00 now . . . $1.50 A corresponding reduction on all Cut Glass, Toilet Arti cles, Vases, Oils, Sherbets, etc., etc. These are bonafide bar gains. Take advantage of them NOW! All hand painted China and China Dinner sets at COST. HENNINOER'S 813 BROADWAY. BIG SHOE SALE STARTS Julyl St Watch tomorrow and Thursday's papers for big advertisement, quot ing reduction of prices. You know what Millers' Shoe Sales are get in the crowd. MUST STOP AT CROSSINGS Railroad Commissioner Believes the Gates are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 June 1910

UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1910. NUMBER 207. STUDENTS FROM MISSOURI SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM WHO WILL WRITE UP THE STATE FOR THE ST. LOUIS STAR Jury Gives Verdict to George H. and Maude B. Boyee This Morning. Amendment to be Submitted to Voters at the Novem ber Election. THEY ASKED FOR $4,000 35,000 NAMES PROCURED fil FOR' LAI MISREPRESENTATION SIGNERS TO MILL-TAX PETITIONS Two Suits Against Plaintiffon Accounts Still to be Tried. The jury in the case of George II. Boyce and Mnudc B. Boyce against John L. Ginrich and K. L. Daugherty, real estate men in Columbia, this morn ing granted the plaintiffs $3,000 for damages which was claimed the real estate men defrauded theni. The plaintiffs arked for ?4,000, stating that that was the amount which they lost by the land deal. The testimony in the case was heard all day and early this morning the decision was left to the jury. The farm in question is at Yates Center, Kan., and the plaintiffs claime...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 June 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1910, UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Erentaf Dailr by the Ptiuientt in the School of Journalism t the University of Misocri Harry E Riding . ...yw Editor TJNIVER8ITT MI50t?IiIAS ASiOUATiOS (Intnrcraten Kapj p I'eaiwjs. Pifsitent. Valv.hs Beijist. -t-rjvury. FEAcia arLWAET. Trea-unj. C A jTafifv J. K ttrujivs Hapei 1). GUV. Jamf- o Mh. OFFICE: 1 VOKTH Elf.HTII bT'ILET TELEPHONE m Entered at the I'o-toffiee at Columbia. Mo . second-clas- mail matter EUBCRIITIO.V I'KICE. Invariably In Advance. Br Mail or Carrier. By carrier, per year 14.00 By mail, rer ear Srj.QO ADVERTISING RATE O.N AITLICATION. rSUr. L addreei all comrnanirat'.on- to UNIVEk?ITY MIS.-OCKIAN. oIumWa. Mo. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY. VISITING FARMERS' CLUBS The story in todaj'a University Mit--sourian of the purpose of the Secre tarj of the State Hoard of Agncultuie to form farmer's flub throughout the state, is another instance ol the ffort being exerted to make the ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 June 1910

F3 WEDNSDAY, JUNE 29, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN PAGE THREE g SI i WE INSURE Family arid fancy Drivers, Track Animals, Farm Horses and Mules, Mares, Cows, Cattle, Stallions Draft, High Bred and general purposes AGAINST Fire and Lightning, or death from any cause. a COLUMBIA INSURANCE AND RENTAL AGENCY. Phone 259. L. C JENNINGS, Secy. Haden BIdg. FURNITURE RUGS UNDERTAKING WHERE THE GOODS ARE ALWAYS THE BEST. WHERE THE PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST. TROXELL'S "Leader and Maker of Low Prices." 9th and Cherry Sts. Columbia, Mo. START A CHECK ACCOUNT NOW. The younger one is when he starts a check account at a home bank the broader his business education will be and the more likely he will be to accumulate money. However, the "Check Account Plan" for caring for one's income and building up a "Bank Credit" has made it possible for men of mature years to accumulate a competence. Give the "Check Account Plan" a chance to help YOU. BOONE COUNTY TRUST CO. DEAN SHIS PLANS Melons on ice. Iteid'...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 June 1910

' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1910 PAGE FOUR UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN first mm e TY Received Here Yesterday by Mrs. S. M. . I onion and Mrs. J. C. Jones. istic of the pheasant, which makes for ' a more rapid increase in numbers than j where birds mate only in pairs. It is said to possess all the good points of ' the quail, and in audition is hardier and a better breeder. There is considerable expense at tached to the experiments which .Mr. Tolerton is conducting, but not one dol lar comes from state funds. The en tire cost of the work is met by the money received by Mr. Tolerton from hunters' licenses. pla TO mm .WILL STOCK THE STATE Introduced for I.se as Game Hird -Costs Paid from Hunter's Licenses. Tli Jirsii ph"aant ecs to be dis-tribut'-'d by the state in I!oonr- county er' r'-cfJveil by Mrs. S. M. Jordan and .Mrs. .1. C. Jones Saturday. The epsra vrer- obtained by T. C. Wilson, Sec retary oi the State iioani of A;,ticii1- HE WOULD REVISE CALENDAR Would Have Twelve Months of 28 Days and T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 June 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME II. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910. NUMBER 208. i i BLAB TERWI OF CIRCUIT COURT EiS Session Was Shortest in Years Many Cases Continued Until October. SPECIAL TRIAL TOMORROW J. A. White Refused a New Hearing Granted Per mission to Appeal. The June term of circuit court which adjourned yesterday lasted nine days, the shortest session that has been held in years. Many of the min or cases and some of the more impor tant ones were continued until the next term, and fro this reason, the term was short. The court adjourned yesterday afternoon, to set in special session July 1 to try the motion for a change of venue in the trial of the case of State of Missouri against James L. Lowery. The motion for a new trial in the case of J. A. White against W. ( Brickey, brought by the plaintiff was sustained. The defendant filed a mo tion to set aside the motion for a new trial, but it was overruled. An affi davit for appeal was tiled, and an ap peal was gra...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 June 1910

PAGE TWO THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Broths Dsiljbj- :h Saxlent? tn th School of Joorasius it ih taiTer:cr of Slsocn. Haxy E K;k.v ...Xeiv? Ed.M UKiTKESirr MissorsiAN association E-isit rtiiMi P-..!?n: Vavkh Brvant. r-rittrj' FiiMi aTEM.sr Trsa-unr C. A. Hisrrr J F WiajAXs Haixx D Gut. Jami. u May. J E CHi?.V)Fr OFFICE: I N"KTH EI'.HTII STREET TELEl'IIONL Jo Intend t the Ftioce a: Colcratia. Ho-coal-claw i'J ra:tt:r. scbscrotion price. 3nTriblT in Advanc. Br Jfiii cr Carrier. By carrier, per year $4.00 By mail, rer year. S3.0o ADVERTISING RATEa ON APPLICATION. . . i.i.tTr Addrai all rmamuniratlort; v.. UJIIVEKSITY MfcwurRIAN. IXj.umtU. Mo. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY. "WASTE MAKES LIVING HIGH" This epitomizes the condii-ion oi H. h. Harris, an expert economist. Waste, said Mr. Harr;, interprets it. embodies lo:-s by carelessness, such as fire. Hood, insect depredations, etc. Ground squirrels destroy ten million dollars' worth of pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 June 1910

THURSDAY, JUNE ?0, 1910. UlNIVfcKSIir IVll&bUUKIMiM I i-! . . I.: ii '. j .'i AM'wii-.i ra'.'.s..-JSS Ski IT "WFI I ITMFWP ALL ?l JILL UliUHH LEAR!NG 1. 0. GRADUATES TO Y OfM? 01 J JLgfcSe U?a JSLJ Are being sold at heretofore un heard of prices. Because we must have room, you have an oppor tunity to save from 25c to 60c on the dollar by buying shoes from uSo Only 6 days more. SPFflM Jl.il.-1 3 Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords, broken lots, $4.00, $3.50, $3.00 and $2.50 values. Sale price 95 cents. ul k Eli&JrJLut Ladies' white canvas Pumps and Oxfords, $2.00 and $1.50 values. Sale price 55 cents. TANS! T" A MCI Friday and Saturday will be Tan days with us $2,50, $3.00 and $3.50 grades, at $1.85 and $2.15. $4.$)0 grades at $2.45. All this season's goods. ' . . . . . Y vasrsxatssssnasism ! TANS! 'M&EJrESBEBEBEBEEZXB2&EnBKSBKtEBBEBKBZk3 REDUCED RATE BY THE 17 2i3"3N- A Tickets on Sale July 2, 3, 4 Final Limit July 8, 1910 SEE KATY'S AGENT. "IF YOU LOVE ME, GRIN" Rates on Waba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 June 1910

TO WE INSURE OUR Prize to be Awarded in a Con test on How to Raise Chickens. Mid-Summer Sal e STATE WILL PRINT PLANS POULTRY BOARD GREAT 5ACRE 1 K 9 Family and fancy Drivers, Track Animals, Farm Horses and Mules, Mares, Cows, Cattle, . StallionsDraft, High Bred and general purposes AGAINST Fire and Lightning, or death from any cause. COLUMBIA INSURANCE AND REN TAL ! AGENCY. Phone 259. L. C. JENNINGS, Secy. Haden Bldg. FURNITURE RUGS UNDERTAKING WHERE THE GOODS WHERE THE PRICES ARE ARE ALWAYS ALWAYS THE BEST. THE LOWEST. TROXELL'S "Leader and Maker of Low Prices." 9th and Cherry Sts. Columbia, Mo. NEW HOUSEHOLD REMEDY Why worry with your old feathers dur ing the hot weather? We will buy them and pay highest cash prices. We will buy your old Iron, Rags, Rubber and old Magazines. 21 N. 8th KLASSCOM. CO. Phone 392 v. -.? tlmis&t -v- i 's n fc-.- li Best Outlines and Diagrams Will be Sent Out in Pamphlets. From the amount of Missouri land that as been gien away recently in contests o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 June 1910

B THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN rnvu nii THE LACEMAKERS OF BRUGES FIRE WORKS! GET READY TO CELEBRATE JULY 4 th We have the most complete line of celebration novelties and "noise makers" to be found jn the city. Join the crowd of boys and buy your fire works here Prices the Lowest. MikeFs Pharmacy 706 BROADWAY. M- .. . Jl SEND HER ROSES if you will. We have nothing to say against that. But if yon are as wise as you are attentive yon will SEND HER SOME CANDY TOO. The roses soon fade and are thrown away. The box of onr candy yon send is pat care fully away for occasional enjoyment. Every time she takes one of the candies from the box she remembers the giver and such deli cious candy naturally engenders sweet thoughts. See the point? THE COLLEGE INN 916 Broadway. Phone 968 Black C. W. FURTNEY. COMPLETE LINE EMERSON FANS IN STOCK. Emerson stands for Perfe tion in the art of Fan making and delivering more breeze for the tame amount of electricity than any other make. 712 ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 30 June 1910

THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 191Q. PAGE SIX UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN 9 GOLFTOURI E NT ON more than a quarter of a century ago vjn c interesting incidents concerning Journalism and Office. Liftintere.-tednes, unselfish decnion Eighteen Players in Three Classes They Progress From One to Other. Eighteen of the golf pl.ij eri of the Uimersitj ol .Missouri are engaged in "continuous" tournament, fol'ouing a dualizing round plajed June IS. The the iltligmfiil companionship that e- to the public interest, is the so.il of ifcted foi almost a decade between 'true ioiirnal.cn. as of true statesiran Drake and Halleck, tho Damon and, ship; and this is as likely to proceed I'.uLms of American poet-. .Mr. from the co'inting room as fiom the Clinch told me that one evening in editorial room. Ma, lsl', he v.ent b imitation to I The journalism of i'arU is personal, Drake's houe m I'aik IJow, net door , the journalism ot London is unper to Beekn'S'ii Street. sonal that is to -ay, the one illu Coiig up'-taira he f...

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