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

d i h T 1 - Bf W - THURSDAY JULY 21 1910 JEWELRY AT COST FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS DE WERTHERN Is offering his entire line of Jewelry Silver ware ana Cut Glass absolutely at cost LONG BEACH STORM SWEPT Th Pier and Five Cottages Have Been Almost Destroyed by the Waves LOXO BEACH Complete destruc tion of the Long Beach pier and sun parlor is feared when another high tide sends in mighty rollers to batter the badly damaged structure Now there is a gap in the pier which is fifty feet wide The loss already is esti mated at 200j0 and if the entire pier is destroyed the loss will reach 100 000 Mighty waves dashing up on the beach tonight undermined and caused the collapse of five summer houses in the Seaside Park district the total loss to the owners amounting to 513000 The houses were owned and occupied by Mrs R L Locke Mrs Mi L Cower William Ford and Colonel Charles It Drake Mrs Cower and family used two of the houses The inrushing waves washed away the sand foundation and one after an other...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

PAGE FOUR in the Harvard Law school and later s Something to Live For Three little girls were playing The mother of one came into the room and engaged the children in conversation Marian what are you going to be when you grow up she asked I am going to a famous singer she replied And you Susie what are you to be Oh I am going to write stories when I grow up she answered And what is Marjorie to be con tinued the mother Marjorie aged o thought seriously a moment and then said Well I am not sure but I think Ill be a widow Delineator yj LfiiY 1 J wVP1 l t - - - w was an instructor in the Law Depart ment of the University The founda tion of his education both literary and legal is broad and deep he is de voted to the law and has always been an ardent student he also has taken a prominent part in the business affairs of this community His experience in the practice of law has been varied and extensive and if elevated to the bench he will bring to the discharge of his duties a broad and et...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

y THURSDAY JULY 21 1910 lir Are ANNOUNCEMENTS Circuit Judge Wo are authorized to announce M It Conlcy as a candidate for judge of the Thirty fourth Judicial District of Missouri subject to the action of the democratic voters of the district at the state primary August 2 lSUU Wo are authorized to announce D II Harris or Calloway county as a candidate for tin democratic nomina tion for Judge of the Thirty Fourth Judicial Circuit subject to the decis ion of the August primary State Senator We are authorized to announce You I F so we await your com- ing Our vehicle line is complete Can suit you in Style -as well as price We have the BLEES line of Bug- gies Surries and Runaboi No better Vehicles made COLUMBIA COLLEGE COLUMBIA MO GOOD POSITIONS AWAIT car BooVvpsT hunker StcnocrafIws riinian and specially - trained uomnierMii b Wltliin tire Llo i cf tre Mote t kaexcrlltilfacultr TLoroHchcunrw I iapnnct rtrrixSTit Vkar f plwlid lirary J Pnnnitl s fir tiy ami cirls to worfc therray I Wnto to...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

PAGE SIX WHAT A COLUMBIA BUSINESS MAN THINKS OF OUR FAIR Written for the University Missourian by E B Cauthorn Secretary of the Columbia Commercial Club The Boone County J air has been a success from the date of its organiza ity and quantity of farm products and give the people of the whole county an opportunity to come together for social enjoyment It has been the history of these or ganizations that when they have stray ed very far from these ideas they lion has been fortunate in the selee tion of its officers and directors These pobitions call for men of good judg ment enterprise patience and devo tion to the welfare of the community That we have such men in Boone county is best attested by the suc cessful exhibitions witnessed here dur ing the last fifteen years There is not a Fair any where in the country that shows as much for the small price of admission as will be seen here next week The premiums are not con fined to horses cattle sheep and hogs At Fairgrounds Much Interest ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

SECTION TWO I Doll Hacks and Snake Eater Will be Attractions JUNGLE OF THE WORLD Amusement and Refreshment Concessions Will Crowd the Grounds The number of attractions and side hiiws at the ISoone County Fair this ear will be larger than ever before according to W 1 Carter who has in charge the granting and management of concessions More than were pres ent last year already have made ar rangements for space on the grounds and a large number have stated that they would be here but no contracts with them have been closed Most of the side snows will arrive in Columbia the lirst of next week Am the deals for space are often delayed until the show readies a town the exact number and the shows they will present cannot be accurately figured Hut there are about fifteen concession men who have closed contracts with the association and have stated that they will be in Columbia fair week Ferris Wheel Will Be There A ferns wheel owned by the White Carnival Company will be erected on the grounds...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

PAGE EIGHT ZZ l J Pure 18 R i L Wedding Rings The Pleasure of your Attendance at the FAIR will be greatly en hanced by a visit to HENNINGERS JEWELRY STORE Same old Stand Same Prompt and Efficient Service 813 BROADWAY How It Happens In Anticipation How doe it happen that so many Jlnny h relative waiters in Xew York restaurants have c hat ins a irood time pug noses i Yep -aid the lisitin rephew Its the result of turninc them up Fin- When are you coin to have at 2j cent tips Washington Star dinner auntie Chicago Tribune -Dips Sprays IXSECT POWDERS Dips Sprays IXSECT POWDERS and other insc f ticidf s at Dr Mike- and othr insectcides at Dr Mikels Drug Store 70 Broadway Drug Store 7 Broadway t No Inducement Kathryn Have you read Doctor Eli ots five feet of books yet Pure 1SK Rings at H nnincers SB Broadway W T CONLEY Preident GEO B DORSEY Vice Prei Like Aviation Spaniard in 1402 Is Columbus co ins to sail west Mayme Xo Ive been told that Ditto Yes One of the newspapers very few of ihm hav...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

iVy w THURSDAY JULY 21 1910 CIGARS TOBACCOS HORSEMENS SUPPLIES T When don town drop in and try our New Soda Fountain -all kinds of Soft Drinks and Sundaes m Continued from Page 7 I The number of entries this year in about four times as large as last year and more than twice as large as any previous season Last year there were about fifty or sixty entries but this year there are 204 horses that will start in the harness races exclusive of the entries in the running races The horses in the running races will not be entered until the night before each race but it is expected that the number that will be present will swell the total to about 20 The horses that are entered are from all parts of the United States and many of them are horses of fast re cords The races that will be seen here this season probably will be the fastest and the best that have ever been seen in Iloone County Is First Fair in Missouri The Boone County Fair is advertised throughout the country as the first big iair...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

PAGE 10 LIST OF PREMIUMS iChliUmi iI from Patje 9 First pn njioni 00 Sec oud premium 2 00 2 Roar any age shire 50o First premium 2 00 Second premium I oO 20 Sow any age shire 500 First premium 3 00 Slftnul premium 2 00 27 Sow and pigs IJerk shir 5fu First prniuin on Second premium 2 on 28 Hoar any age Duroe Jer sey 3 00 Finst premium 00 Second premium 2 w 2J How any ijuroe ey r00 First premium 00 Sp oiii premium 2 00 20 How ami 0 uigs imioc ITKV 5IU First premium on Second premium 2 00 Sweepstakes i H rd o on hoar and Uir e ow any age or breed iSlo00 First premium Second premium Sous that are suckling per mitted to show their pigs 12 Fair pigs any breed First irremiuui Second premium 1igs not to weigh over luO pounds each 51 THE NEW DRUG STORE ON EIGHTH STREET A full line of Drugs Notions Drug Sun dries and Toilet Accessories OUR STOCK of Cigars and Tobaccos is fresh and includes all the leading brands Prescriptions carefully and accurately compounded from a new stock of fresh pure ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

THURSDAY JULY 21 1910 1 IT- US UJ liii lri I- lVJi l lv I 7 irx lvt no ni v 2 ic lti n ICG n7 ns ni 170 171 207 20S 21 211 21 213 214 2ir 2it 217 21S THE KODAK FILM TANK Eliminates the DARK ROOM entirely Development done in broad daylight Perfect re sults Catalogs free Where At THE DRUG LIST OF PREMIUMS Continued lroni Pago 10 Vegetables Water Color 00 Collection Flowers Fruit or Vegetables Oil t oO Prettiest Set ol Hand-painted plates any size 2 in Prettiest Hand painted Tea Set 2 iO Prettiest Sien ilcil Curtains 2 ro Class C IleM Display ol Pot Flowers in Pest Display ol Ktirnt Wood 1st 20n 2nd 1H0 OH I lest Display of Prass Work 1st ro 2nd premium 1 0 Preiliesl Ilallia liasket 1 0 IJest Specimen ol Caliinet Work by boy or girl I 00 Pest Speeiuien of Hand made Furniture by boy or girl Class D Salt llising Dread 4 1 1 Yeabt llising Dread Cookies linger Dread Plain White Loaf Cake Cocoanut Cake All Chocolate Cake Ansel Food Cake Marshmallow Cake Fruit Cake lteaten Discuits Itostou D...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 July 1910

PAGE 12 g VlrAz rjj V Tj yt SS TfitFLSgg rf S SLfe fiS Y3I xar h i r t VJTL J j9 3 w 8 J W Vsr ffm Y A IT 9H sJ jptg a VJV S jT Ci jl 11 jT1 YgtefartSg Underwear Bargains Regular 25o Union Suits Regul All Z00 l5o 1 oo garments JO ZJC Ki J 190 1 KlTt i lid 15 NO 1 E By contract we cannot cut en B V D Underwear otherwise free and unrestricted choice We sell for cash during this Sale We cannot ofjord to charge goods at these prices iff ZX sMZ m UNIVERSITY MiSSOURIAN iSEX va -- - Lsfl JEgI tiiiTVZHSKSiS W iBb F IT I T a S yiJ Ki S B i H 5 a i ttSkSBJbEafetejfcAjhfiS F 88 01 i 1 JI f rimz RS tK ra Ll3 Va Ki - feift LJLEJt lllJlW C32ZHE r 73 ns- -57 v rt FT Ti R5s rgF Cr Nk A 5 1 f s vSiL as s d HATS All 6oo Hats - 450 5oo - - 375 35o - - 275 - 25o - - - 190 2oo - - 150 l5o - - - 115 ioo - - 75 Vi 4 ua - vSTl v i5af - Vv tl lrtX iriSl 1 i l X y Wsim I--- i v p iff w fftS i S i H - V - ii yii i m m igjatVAgI T i J rasCL5 o CHILDRENS SUITS AH S 300 Suits for 225 All 350 5uts for 275 All 400...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 July 1910

W J Vf UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II BOND ISSUE INDORSED AT PUBL1CJEETING Resolutions Adopted by Com inittee of Fourteen Men Passed Last Night WILL SET ELECTION DATE Expenditure of 125 COO for Water and Liht Improve ment to be Put to i Vote The resolutions adopted by the com mittee of fourteen men and the city council two weeks ago endorsing the report and recommendation of Dean H H Shaw for the expenditure of 125000 for the improvement of the water and light service in Columbia were approved and passed last night at a mass meeting of the citizens and taxpayers in the court bouse The resolutions were presented to the meet ing by K V Stephens who originally presented them to the committee The motion for their adoption last night was seconded by J K Cniinbaugh and when put to a vote later was carried Only two or three present voted against it After reading the resolutions and moving that they be approved Mr Stephens outlined the history of the present situation from its beginning wh...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An BTenlBzDIlr by the Students in tba School of JoBTUliim at the University ol Missouri Bakkv K IUmngr Mews Editor UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporauyl Kahlk Ieaiisox Irc iilent Yaixsiis Bkyast Sf reury Fkancis Stewaut Tri aaurer C A HAEVEY 1 F WlUIAMS Hakrv I CUV James 1 May J E Cuassoff OFFICE 18 NORTH ElfiHTH STREET TKLElHOSE 55 Enured at the Iostofllce at Columbia Mo second clubs mall matter 8UBSCKIITION IKICE 3oTarlatly in Advance By Mall or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mall per year 300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION TwoatiTiks aftT n aclinc notice- they ar xall ailwrti ins Address all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY INDUSTRIAL HARMONY After a bitter contest and contro versy extending over a number of years harmony now prevails betwoen the Buck stove company of St Louis and the trades unions Features of the dispute have been taken into the high est court of the land and are...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 July 1910

4 FRIDAY JULY 22 1910 Ad exercitium Salamandir Kins zwei drei At the lirst three words all seize their beer mugs and open the lids at eins one they are raised to the lips at zwei two they arc emptied at one draught and at drei three they are banged down on the table and the lids closed with a click Still standing the president contin ues tho ritual One is one two is two three is three while all rub Iheir mugs on the table with a circu lar motion or drum them on their edges Next he rapidly repeats One two three three times the mugs be ing hanged on the table for each word and the salamander is over Each different corps or students club may have its own variations of the salamander but this is its main outline The president keeps order and anyone who does not immediately obey his ruling is usually condemned to drink so much climb into the can as the idiom puts it As a stu dent finds he has quite enough to do to answer friendly toasts he doer not like to be needlessly put into the NEW ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 July 1910

PAGE FOUR SATURDAY SPECIALS Voile and Panama Skirts In a variety of Styles in pleated sunburst and tunic drape effect Up to 750 values for 375 Up to 1000 values for 489 Up to 1750 values for 935 PARASOLS In green brown tan red pink wisteria and lavender Plain fancy border embroideried ruffled with plain and fancy handles Worth up to 350 for 169 Worth up to 8650 for 195 And a few for 100 NECKWEAR Your choice of a good line of 25c embroideried collars f A and jabbots Saturday only 1UL Watch our windows for Fair week specials csgSZjjjGo Special price on all Muslin Underwear Saturday BOND ISSUE INDORSED AT PUBLIC 1EETI1 m Continued from Pago 11 j i on a seemingly good investment The council has no -personal inter- est in the plant whatever said I M Defoe a member of the council and whatever is thought best for the city by the taxpayers the council will abide by Hut there lias been one i great mistake made when the present plant is called a failure The dant has depreciated and interest o...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 July 1910

i r -ii 1 i m ii UNIVE VOLUME II mm is MO 1 Is Dictionary of Notable in Men and Women in railed States 28 PERSONS FROM HERE Arc More Lawyers Than Any Oilier Profession Doc tors Come Next Tlic liUO ll volume or Who in America lias just lieeu issued The book is a biographical dictionary of notable living men and women ol the United States Its aim is to give a hrief crisp personal sketch of all the lead in Americans hoth men and wom en in all parts ol the world Great Persons Number 17546 It contains the names and biograph ical sketches of 17iir persons The names are chosen beeanse ol notabil ity along some worthy walk of life Hut lirst there is an arbitrary rule that the hook shall embrace without regard to notability or prominence in any other respect the following All members of Congress all governors of states territories and island pos sessions of the United States now in ollice all Inited States judges all judges of state and territorial courts of highest appellate jurisdiction me...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Amlat Dil7tr the Students In the School of JonrnlIiBimtanWritrfMlj6nri Hakrt E Ridings News Kditor uhiyiesitt missourian association Incorporated Eafxe Ieaesok ITcsilent VAtGHN UnyAvrttetanr Fjuscis Siewakt Treasurer C A Habvxv Harry V Guy J F Wiluajis jAMbt G May J E Chassoff OFFICE 18 NORTH EIOHTII STREET TELEPHONE 55 stand at the FostoBlce at Columbia Mo as aecond clasi mail matter T BUBBCKIFTION PRICE 3BTrUbIr in Advance Br Mall or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mail per year i 5300 ADVIRTI8IN0 RATES ON APPLICATION Two asterisks I aftvr raiding notices inili cate ther are paid adverthiwr 4tltw all communications to UWYHRSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION W BOONE COUNTY OUR FRIEND THE HORSE The dog is often alluded to as mans most faithful four footed friend and deservedly too Yet while the dog may develop a higher type of instinc tive loyalty to his master that other brute friend and helpmeet the horse is entitled to more kindly ca...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 July 1910

ft n k SUNDAY JULY 24 1910 r UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN THE MISSOURIAN a DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS PAPER VWITH LATEST TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE WE MAKE THIS GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER FOR FAIR WEEK FROM NOW UNTIL JAN 11911 MORE THAN FIVE MONTHS -100 O N LY 100 BY CARRIER OR BY MAIL PAY TO OUR SOLICITORS AND GET RECEIPT MAIL YOUR CHECK OR CALL AT MISSOURIAN OFFICE AT 17 NORTH EIGHTH STREET Proposition Good Only During Fair Week- This offer is good to both old and new Subscribers Dont Delay but take Advantage of This Offer at 0nce PAGE THREE ff

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 July 1910

r Mb 1 Hi PAGE FOUR Are AIRDOME All Next Week RagTheTrMps A Big Musical Comedy Change of bill Nightly Prices 50c and 35c RESERVED SECTION GENERAL ADMISSION 25 CENTS Ladies Free Monday night with one Paid admission Reierved Seati at Hiltons Paper Store Y I F so we await your com- ing Our vehicle line is complete Can suit you in Style as well as price We have the BLEES line of Bug gies Surries and Runabouts No better Vehicles made ou Ready Columbia Girl has been driven to a Blees Runabout in all her show rings At the Fair last year in the big harness class in TAnich there were eight entries five of- the horses were hitch ed to Blees Runabouts Three Livery firms in Columbia are using Blees Buggies We also have the best medium priced Vehicles to be found anywhere having sold from 40 to 60 of them each y if -at year for the past 1 4 years We know you can get your moneys worth in them We carrv the celebrated WEBER FARM WAGONS and SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS A complete line of Harness and Farm M...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 July 1910

s Vrfi h I T SUNDAY JULY 24 110 a clean stock of disappointed UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Record OKEN Never before in the history of Columbia has a new store estab lished a bi quickly as Payne patronage as m k ore THIS STORE WAS OPENED FOR BUSI NESS EARLY IN THE SPRING AND EVERYTHING IS NEW NOT AN OLD ARTICLE IN THE Therefore when buy their Hardware N TIRE STOCK e come here to expect to find and they are not Every article in our store is marked in plain figures W price that is the lowest e have only one WHEN IN COLUMBIA THIS WEEK TO ATTEND THE FAIR DROP IN AND SEE US PAYNES HARDWARE STORE PAGE FIVE

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 July 1910

PAGE SIX 1 i IN 1910 WHOS WHO Continued from Page 1 well V liars K C Kvwng La Grange J IJ Muir Lfxington E C Gordon S Libert J J I Timt ociat ertson Moberlj E M IJichmond Neo sho M E licuton Nevada t li Of the lawvers 2 2 per cent ate col lege graduate- phvsician 4i pt I MAYOR TO GIVE WELCOME The Llt lht lKl1 are to be held i cent Of tho e eiisaceu in technical j chnic and hog cholera demonstia compn ing enil mechanical uon at lann in the morning b mining electrical and all other Dr I W Connawn branches of enciiieerine architect- Vi mng Veteiinanaiis will be the and agnculturi ts the percentage ot the Hoone County Fair As- 4 S2 Onl a comparatiel lew ot sociation m the aiternoon the niu icians and arti ta are college graduates the percentage being 12 J1 Picnic for Warrensburg Students for musicians anil s Js lor artists Students oi the Xormal Who but onl 01s ate New i Lewis Copley Leaves Hospital York has U oi the nkbniies and Conle a iamiei living neai the District ot Columbia 1 17 ...

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