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

If y y UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II HUE DEPOSITIONS VAUGHN CASE Witness Testifies us to Profess ors Drug Habit and Wifes Afleetion From evidence taken in the shape of depositions at Macon Saturday it appears Unit Hi defense in the Vaughn case will accept the chemists report that poison was found in the dead educators stomach and try to show that it was administered by himself in the form or tablets for the relief of heart trouble This is in contrast to a view expressed at the time the Iiemist announced his discovery or poison when Mrs Vaughn was quoted as having said if any poison was found it was put there by parties wishing to encompass her downfall M Cadogan formerly of the gan and Ditcher Manufacturing Co Qiiituy III said that be bad Known Irof Vaughn intimately for 20 years His narration of his acquaintance and association with the professor was lengthy and full of detail Addicted to Medicine In describing the lirst time lie learn ed that Irol Vaughn was addicted to dope as ...

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 July 1910

c V 1 I I I I it I I i f ft t i S u i 3 it I t 1 u is l a i 11 Ii i il ji il 3- T fS PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Am IrniocDkBrbr Ue Studfotain tha School of JonrritUaaM the UniTenlty of Mlaaouri Babbit E Ridings New Editor XJUmSMlTX MI860UBIAN ASSOCIATION Inrorporat ari PeaHsos President Vaiohn Bkvant Kwretary Fka vcis Stewart Treasurer C A HAETBY i J F WlUJAXS Bakby D CHr James i May i ii E HAssorir OFFICE IS NORTH EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONE Z M tin Portofflce st CotnmbU Mo i tecond clau mall matter INSCRIPTION PRICK 3nTMlbly la AdTance Br Mall or Otrrlar Bj carrier per year 400 By mail per year 300 ADYBRTIriWS BATES ON APPLICATION IosterijVs altr rcailins notices imli cafe they are pall fnhnislirg Utm all eommcrRlcatlons to DVXYKUS1TY 11ISSOURIAK Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN -BOONE COUNTY NO AMBIGUITY HERE Every one admires a man or a news paper of character of principle and of cpnvictions on public questions on which he is willing to stand Such a man and paper is Omar I ray...

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 July 1910

FT A i i MONDAY JULY 25 1910 f - - M UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN T GREAT SU OFFER FOR F J3Slmmmtfti ISSOU ft FROM NOW UNTIL R MORE THAN FIVE MONTHS AN DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS PAPER i WITH LATEST TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE WE MAKE THIS c I T ON WEEK A N 9 jlliiiiiiiiiii wiiiiii iiiiiiffiiin 911 100 ONLY 1QO nit 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 Once PAGE THREE I M

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 July 1910

IV f r PAGE FOUR REFRESHING DRINKS AT MIKELS NEW SODA FOUNTAIN Many different kinds of drinks served and when you patronize our fountain you have every assurance of cleanliness We treat our fountain to a SPECIAL CLEANSING PROCESS DAILY DROP IN AND GIVE US A TRIAL MikeFs Pharmacy Spinster Left S50000 for Mausoleum Elizabeth Uasiain a spinster who cut of her sister and two brother- and left the greater part of hei fortune of IGiUUu to build a mau oleum In order that she might have a spendid house to live in when she died ma have her thwarted b the law Mrs Lmma Boelen of Crantwood X J and George and John on Hofe the siter and brothers of th defeas ed who were bequeathed 51 each by her recentl began an action to set aside the probate of Miss Bastians will on the ground that she was men tally incompetent at the time of its execution The assort through John Path thfir lawjer that the aged spin ster was a monomaniac who lived fru gally that she might hae a magnifi cent tomb in which to lie...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 July 1910

it ft UNIVERSITY MISSOURLAN volume n VETERiNAR HIIR IANSWANT STANDAR DS Qualifications for Practice Should he Raised They Believe WOULD REVISE THE LAW Saw Slate Farm and Were Guests of Fair This Afternoon At the meeting or the Missouri Vet erinary Medical Association held this morning in the auditorium of the Agri cultural Building a movement was brought forward for the revision of the veterinarian practice act This is the act that permits the veterinarians to practice in the state of Missouri The qualifications necessary for one to he a veterinary doctor were discussed and it is the purpose of this associa tion to raise these and thus put vet erinary science on a higher plane The stock dealers get the direct benefit of this it was said but it also gives a higher reputation to those practic ing To make this change it is nec sary to have it in the form of a bill to present to the legislature but as yet no bill had been drawn up for tills purpose The amendment of this act was left in ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 July 1910

ii PAGE TWO a UE UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN A KmlatBaujlir U BMeasi ra tbe School of Jouosllsa ct tba Bnlrsrsity of Xissonri Haxbt E Hidings Ne sn Editor BHIYXHSITY KISSOCBIAJ ASSOCIATION Incorporate Eaeli PriBsaM Presided VAUGHN BKTASrr SeCWUUT Francis SiewiET Treasurer C A HiEVKY J F VTnilAja Haejsv I Ucy James G Mat J E CHAfxorr OFFICE 18 XOETH EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONE X KDttnd sl tbe Postoffloe s ColurabU Mo u tecod clut BAil atxui SnB3CBIPTIOjr PEICE OffrsrUMr to Advance By Hsil or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mall per year 300 ADVJIKTISC Q EATE3 OS APPLICATION after riding notice indi cate ther are paid alertilce MdrtM all eommtmieaKonj to Colunbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY GOOD ROADS CONGRESS The National Good Roads Congress will open at Niagara Kails on Thurs day of this week The congress- will bring together a larger number of men of national prominence in the financial industrial political and so cial life of the nation than any gath ering of the year it is sa...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 July 1910

r TUESDAY JULY 26 1910 JJJJ GREAT OFFER F SI UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN 1 T H MISSO DAILY INCLUDING J S IT kJ F UN n jn oo a AY o kJL A I ONLY- BY CARRIER OR BY MAIL 11 FROM NOW UNTIL j IAN MORE THAN FIVE MONTHS AN y i i PAPER WITH LATEST TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE WE MAKE THIS usssssskk ssssrensraMRKissBraMiKH F N K 911 S9 loo 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 Onceh PAGE THREE I i it

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 July 1910

I I PAGE FOUR AFTER THEFAIK r Dont fail to take advantage of the one hour sale at GANT ELLISON CO 5 until 6 Tuesday EMBROIDERY 25 oo discount on any piece of Embroid ery flouncing lace or insertion in our en tire stock This means a saving to you of 25c on every dollar WAISTS For one hour only 5 until 6 Tuesday QQn up to 225 values go for 0L WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Womens 17c Lisle Vests 9 until 12 25c Handkerchiefs 9 until 12 two for 500 silk Petticoats Any hat in stock original values up to 10 Wednesday from 9 until 12 only 9c 25c 419 195 dSlliipiiGd IS GOOD YEAR FOR APPLES Almost Half Crop in Western Counties And of Fine Quality Much money will be made by apple growers in Missouri despite the frosts and freezes late last spring accord ing to a statement by W L Howard secretary of the State Board of Horti culture here today He says there are many apples along the western border of the state From the Iowa line to Arkansas taki ing the strip as a whole there will be almost half a crop acc...

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 July 1910

w UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II WEATHER DHAWNG IS CROWDS Attendance at Second Day of Boone County Fun is Lame INTEREST IN THE RACES Large X umber of Entries Makes Starting Difficult Track in Good Shape The warm weather today brought out one of the largest crowds ever seen on the fair grounds at the second day of the Boone County Fair It it estimated that about fioou persons at tended A good breeze although it carried with it some unpleasantness in the shape or dust made it much cooler for the spectators at the races this after noon The grand stand was packed several hundred persons were in the nuartcrstretch and the fences were lined with people for a considerable distance up and down the track The onlookers as well as the driv ers were well pleased wiih the start ing of O H Updcgraff Ho called a few of the drivers and jockeys pretty severely but the majority of them were well satisfied with the way he handled tho events Track in Good Condition The track is in fairly good shape al...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 July 1910

f i t il 1 1 t I V t PAGE TWO UNIVERSrTY MISSOURIAN An trniat Dafly br 0 Students in the School of JocrntUiQ t the Bsirenitr of Xiuoon Bxbkt Kidisgs News Editor UH1VXBSTTT MIS50CRIAJC ASSOCIATION Incorporated Eaelk Piuooy President MllTiHS Bevast czeurr Fiancis stewal i Txeanjer a A HiEvrr J F Wiiuixs Hajlet V GcY Jjlsik G May J E Chasmut OFFICE IS XOKTH EIGHTH STEEET TELEPHOVE la Intend at the Ponoffice at Colcnbla Ho u aecoad claii mail matter SUESCPJPTIOV PPICE SoTsrieblr in Advance Br Hail or Carrier By carrier per year J400 By mail per year XJ300 ADYSETI8ING EATE3 OK APPLICATION Twoatruki aft r reeling ncticef inii late ther arc paid g Addnu all to USIVEES1TV MImOCPIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY IMMIGRATION STATISTICS Statistics of the immigration to the United States for the fiscal year end ing June 30 show a decrease of nearly 300000 immigrants as compared with the previous year Italy furnis hes by far the greater number of new citizens with a total of mo...

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 July 1910

i WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1910 Jl m M UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN THE ISSOURIA N DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS PAPER V WITH LATEST TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE GREAT WE MAKE THIS SUBSCRIPTION OFFER FOR FAIR WEEK FROM NOW UNTIL JAN 11911 1- iH afSa -5 MORE THAN FIVE MONTHS BEsI TnYflBMBBflil bmlbmbI ibmLibI 1000 N LY ldO BY CARRIER OR BY MAIL PAY TO OUR SOLICITORS AND GET RECEIPT MAIL YOUR CHECK OR AT 1VIIOO MTDTA1W AT IT KIAOTU CinUTH QTRRFT wiLj t mi3ourufiN wrrivc ni 1 huimm inin - Proposition Good Only During Fair Week- This ofer is good to both old and new Subscribers Dont Delay but take Advantage of This Offer at Once- rt - PAGE THREE 71 - -xii

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 27 July 1910

I- U it i PAGE FOUR EXPERIME f TO TS SHOW IRK L College of Agriculture Will Know Composition of All Land in Missouri SURVEYS BY GOVERNMENT Yield of Corn More Than Doubled at Jasper Coun ty Station The College of Agriculture at the University of Missouri will be able to tell every farmer in Missouri just what he can grow to the best advantage on his farm and just how the land should be treated to get the best re sults from any crop when it has com pleted the work in soil experiments which it is now carrying on The matter of what to grow is not so im portant as how best to handle the soil according to C B Hutchison who is in charge of the experiment work He says most of the farmers know what crops are best suited to their soil but that many of them do not know how to get the best results from their crops The experiments with crops is fol lowing a survey of the soils by the United States Department of Agricul ture in conjunction with the College of Agriculture C F Marbut profes sor of ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 July 1910

A 1 L YEAR UNIVERSITY MISSOTJRIAN VOLUME II ARGEST CROWD THIS AT FAIR TODAY About 12000 Persons Sawtlic Race Events According to Estimates IT WAS HOT VERY HOT Many Small Bets Plaecd Hut Few Men Ollered Any Large Stakes The crowd at the Boone county fair today is as large as has ever attended a Iiooue county fair according to ures based on the at- receipts ltl is estimated that between 11000 and 12 000 persons were on the grounds this afternoon It was hot very not in the gram stand and around the track but good races kept the crowd packed in the amphitheater anl close to the fence In the quartcrstretch automobiles and carriages were crowded almost as close as they could be placed around the judges stand and extending far back toward the center of the track The crowd in the grandstand be came restless about 4 oclock and many left for a few minutes walk about the grounds or down the -Midway The sun shining on the first two rows of seats late in the after noon caused some who thought th...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 July 1910

i i it i V u i PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Brntlnt DsJlr Br the Strident In the School of Joorsalim m the BnirenitT ol Missouri Hasbt Ridings News Editor CTCITlaSlTT MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION Hncorporatel Ejlelk Peaeon IresMent Vaughn Beyast S vretarr Francis dirWAUT Treasurer C A J F Williams Haret D Git Jamfs g May J E Chasoff OFFICE IS XOKTH ElfiHTH ETEEET TELEPHONE 55 Knteml at the Postoffice at Columbia Mo econJ clasi inail natter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 3irrarlablT in Adiance fir Mail or Carrier By carrier per year 5400 By mall per year 300 ADTEKTIEIKG HATES OX APPLICATION fo arteries afti r n jJuis notice indi cate ther are paid advem mir Address all communication to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Jfo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY THE FAIR A SUCCESS The splendid attendance at the Boone County Fair must me gratifying to the directors and ample recom pense for the time and thought they have given in planning for the event There have been no accidents or dis putes to mar 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. — 28 July 1910

-V j EF THURSDAY JULY 28 1910 A ONE RING SHOW PURE 18 K WEDDING RINGS DIAMOND RINGS FANCY STONE SET RINGS SIGNET RINGS THE LARGEST LINE OF RINGS EVER SHOWN IN COLUMBIA HENNINGERS 813 BROADWAY Amateur Photographer Too Hurried Tlie great failing of the amateur is impetuosity He is always in a hur ry snapping right and left without regard to the lighting of the subject the point of view or the proper time of exposure and then he wonders why he cannot get better results The writer of this article has learned by sad experience what many amateurs have yet to learn the wisdom of de liberation Wjien you come to a spot of beauty in the landscape go over to the other side of it and view it from there Walk all around it until you have found the most pleasing point of view and if the lighting is not perfectly satisfactory at the time wait until the next bright day and take the best possible light for your picture You will find your self amply repaid for your pains by the improvement in your wor...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 July 1910

t t i it J PAGE FOUR PHONE 116 Relative Popularity The Rev Ii Fourthly It was with the greatest difficulty that I persuaded my congregation to let me have a months vacation this summer The Rev K Mowatt leishtly It must be distressing to preach for a congregation as ungrateful as that The people i niy church voted unanimous ly that I might go away in June and stay all summer if I liked Chicago Tribune j Kgvpt j Vow said she can you tell me what the plagues were There were prompt answers and all but one of the plagues were named The last one was too much for the school Thinking to help out the children by suggestion the superin tendent said Dont you remember the other Of conre you know what Job had A little hand went up Well Tommy what was it Patience He was given a reward of merit Boston Herald Special Announcement Beginning Monday July 25 and con- i tinning all through the fair week we will give 2 lot tickets instead of one with every cent purchase as here tofore The tickets are goi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 July 1910

V I k r r THURSDAY JULY 28 1910 Copyright 1S09 br C E Zimmerman 11 Parker D A ROBNETT Has Any One Here Seen Cellaigh A correspondent who has observed the renewal of argument between the Kellys and the Kelleys submits the fpllowing communication to be poured as oil upon the troubled waters CHICAGO July 12 Editor of the Tribune The real name ol the de scendants of King Tercnion is Gaelic and it is spelled Ceilaigh When pronounced in Gaelic the sound is the same as Kcliey The English conquer ors of Ireland could not spell it in Gaelic so they Anglicized it When they had gotten through hanging all the schoolmasters and priests there were scarcely any of the old clan left who could spell at all except those who had to run away to France to tsteal an education so when they had had to laboriously write their names they let somebody else put down the Anglicized name for them - When better times came and there was no law against an education they found that the English spelling had passed in...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 July 1910

J PAGE SIX mm THE more keen you are in desir ing to get the fullest value for your money the better you will appreciate the SPLENDID SHOE VALUES which you will constantly find at this store We carry the most up-to-date Shoe stock in the city and no store in Central Mis souri gives better value for the money than Millers LADIES WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS are the proper thing for this summer both dressy and comfortable We have them in a variety of styles Prices 150 to 300 The Missourian idaih i i ii lnic t 1 1111 lor onlj one dohr 1750 Suits two of these 1995 Suits four of these Special offer This Week Vhawa OC HIT WIUIIJU dHJfld Every Department in the house is offering bargains equal to the above Come in and see for yourself uaatr Silicon Q UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ENTRIES FOR TOMORROW IN HARNESS EVENTS AT THE BOONE COUNTY FAIR List of Entries For Purse 1 Km use -Me 2 Orphan ISoy s g J Lad j Curon s in J Marguerite Pansy b in Star b i C Belle oi Nelson 7 John S Uiatton s g i Wilie Creen b g ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 July 1910

PAGE TWO JNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN AXmlnrDftllrbr the Students in the Behoolof Jourmllim at the HnlTenitr ol Mlwmn Uirt E RtDisos Sews Editor atmBsrrr MisgocuiAN association Ft r Peabsjt lreilnt VitcHv BfiAVT secretary FlciXlo biiWAHT lreaurer A HiETET J F tVlUJAKS Uket D GUV Jane- U May J E Cham0 OFFICE IS NORTH EUtHlH STEEET TELEPHONE i nurad at the Po tolEce at Columbia Mo at tecona cuuj man uuiiier 8UB5CEIPTION PRICE OsrarUblr lu Advance Bx Mail or Carrier y carrier per year 400 y mall per year ftiOO ADVERTISING RATEd ON APPLICATION Tworiiki aft r rtlms iiotlcrt iodi lte theT are Iald adrntiiuc Bi ddrM all communication to UNIVEESUY MIsdODEIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY ROWTH OF AUTOMOBILE HABIT There has been a marked increase le last six months in the number of utomobiles owned in Columbia A ear ago there was no exclusive par ge in Columbia today there are four hich are doing a profitable hile the Increase in tin number of utomobiles is largely the result of l...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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