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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 July 1910

- r FRIDAY JULY 29 1910 W lit- r VI j UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN jl THE MISSOURIAN DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS PAPER V WITH LATEST TELEGRAPHIC SERVICE WE MAKE THIS GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER FOR FAIR WEEK FROM NOW UNTIL JAN 1 191 1 MORE THAN FIVE MONTHS H jH 100ONLY 100 t 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 4 Proposition Good Only During Fair Week- This offer is good to both old and neu Subscribers Delay bat take Advantage of This Offer at Oncel PAGE THREE ii1 s III 8 1 ied v- S i I f 1 J

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 July 1910

PAGE FOUR P T T CUSS CDC T I MATRIMONY Declares American Domestic Instability Due to Uncertain Conditions or Politics ONCE A NEWSPAPER MAN The Reverend Mr Humberd Has Written About Prob lems of Young Persons Classes for the instruction of young persons in marriage and to tit them for the profession of life generally h I a novel plan advocated by the Itever end I A Humberd which he expects to inaugurate at his church the Union Congregational Church St Louis Mr Humberd has been a newspaper man and has written many thoughtful articles on the problems of young per sons chief among which he holds to be marriage His views concerning the present marital sentiment in this coun try are unique He declared that American domestic instability is due to the unstable conditions of Ameri can politics and professional life gen erally I will try this party or this man or this principle awhile is the attitude of the average American declared Mr Humberd always with the men tal reservation that if they ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 July 1910

1 3 i lrj JitL UNIVERSITY MISSOURLVN VOLUME II CALLAWAY IS u KINGDOM SECOND 10 BOON E Many More Acres There 13ut alue Is Less Than of This Countv CITY LOTS HERE AT 375 Figures from AssessorsHooks Show Average Worth of Live Stock The Kingdom of Callaway adjoin ing lloone county on the east is larger m area than this county but accord ing to the last assessment its taxable property and its land values are much lower According ot the books of the assessor for this year there are 421 rSO acres of land in lioone county valued at 4427040 representing an average value of 10rl an acre The area of Callaway county is rl701 acres and the assessor ot that county estimates the total value for taxation at SiOSr0 Thus the kingdom may have a right to boast of its terri tory but it is second to lioone in ac tual worth There are 7ll town and city lots in Boone county assessed at a valua tion of 2St42Sr representing an av erage value of 7ilu a lot There are 3451 town and city lots in Callawav county a...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN AnXrtnlnff Dailyby theStudenuin the School of Jonrnmllun at ihe HniversitT of Missouri Harry E Ridivcs New- Editor UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION IncoriMratl Eapje Peak on IrL sMent VakUH Kkvavt retarr KuAhCis sTEWAirr TruAiurtr C A HaPV KY J K WlLl IAMS Hakev D Jtv Jmf i May J E OFFICE IS NORTH KHH11I STREET TKLElHONK iy Kolerbd at th Itoflioe at Columbia Mo be Becoml closa mail matter HUBSCRIFTIOJ JKICE Invariablr in Advance By Mail or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mail per year 3 00 ADVERTISING RATEd ON AITUCATJON Jttr r admg li rate tlity are iilJ alt Liiiu all communications to UNIVERSITY MlbaOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY TO ABOLISH CREEDS Tho Christian Unity rotiuilation Im undertaken a work commendable m conception an J worldwide in fleet upon the human race the objett ot which is to establish a religion without isms or minor creed differences do away with denominations and all to work for the common good of man ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 July 1910

4 SUNDAY JULY 31 1910 CONSISTENCY WITH CHILDREN Mischief Should Not Be Laughed At Ono Day and Punished the Next On of the greatest faults in train ing our children is a lack of consistent- We hake a great mistake in laughing at cunning baby pranks that will some day cease to be amusing When the l y ear old baby feels her self badly misused and sulks in the conirr with a comical look of offended dignity on her face it is laughable but when i he girl screams in a passion because she cannot wear her new dress out to play in it is not so funny And yet the principle involved in both instances is the same and the poor child is the sufferer Little William had been taught not to touch the piano and very seldom disobeyed but one day he grew rest less and watching mother and Aunt Mary out of the corner of his eyes went over to the piano and down came the little list on the shiny keys He walked away with such a look of com plete innocence that mother and auntie both laughed heartily and auntie...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 July 1910

PAGE FOUR Brvn Mawr ther is an equal attend ance on Tue da - and urda - The instructor- are Mrs Sid jne W Green and Mis Sarah Roehm 1j th two dub ih ftintK lor which are provided in various wa UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN The re cent flower show at the Menem Tricket Club in aid of the school garden1 l Bach pupil cares for a plot of tcl square feet along the borderi ot which run ribbons oi flowers making the r farm a of beauty The pupil- vie in the tidiness and cultivation of jtneir respective plots and boxes of eanuy are given by prominent mem bers ot the clubs as prize- Occa cioiially there ii a picnic party and the perviug oi ic cream on extremely warm Philadelphia Record The Miaourian fdaily till January 1 1011 for only one dollar MANY CALLED DURING FAIR WEEK Hundreds of Boone County farm ers accepted the invitation of the Payne Hardware Store to call during the big Fair and look at our new stock of goods We are delight ed with the numerous calls and again ask these good people to drop ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 July 1910

r SUNDAY JULY 31 1910 3TRAW HATS AT ONE THIRD TO ONE HALF REDUCTION as long as they last This is your opportunity to get a Straw Hat at small cost SALE WILL LAST AS LONG AS THERES ANY HATS LEFT W tm m Yark Store CLOTHING FROM ODD FABRICS Russians Manufacture Material That Is Put in Fire to Be Made Clean The Russians manufacture a fabric from the fiber of a filamentous stone from the Siberian mines which is said to be of so durable a nature that it is practically indestructible The mate rial is soft to the touch and pliable in the extreme and when soiled has only to be placed in a fire to be made abso lutely clean Iron cloth is largely used today by tallors everywhere for the purpose of making the collars of coats set prop erly This cloth is manufactured from steel wool and has the appearance of having been woven from horsehair Wool not the product of sheep is be ing utilized abroad for the making of mens clothing This Is known as limestone wool and- is made in an electric furnace Po...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 July 1910

PAGE SIX REFRESHING 1 792303 TO SCHOOLS Although the school Ill jr A ATI i AT- pxnifi1 niiiaacsggHg MIKEL DROP IN AND GIVE US A TRIAL NEW SODA FOUNTA Many different kinds of drinks served and when you patronize our fountain you have eyery assurance of cleanliness We treat our fountain to a SPECIAL CLEANSING PROCESS DAILY 1Y11K61 S i flai llldtj a iig im rtase loth on the total ami pei capita accounts the school Census Shews Decrease of Pupils and laim decrease of 17n since in Maney la i J tar lioiwitlisiandiiig ihe hard JEFFKIti OX CITY Mif Inly work oi ihe Slate Board of litmigra Howard A -late superintendent tion The stale superintendent do of public schools has made the an- or Know to what to aitribnte this de nual apportionment of the siate school fiar e in the face 01 the accepted moneys among the seeral enmities- heli i that the stte is making a steady and the city of St Louis He animal increase iutpopuhition tioned lTl2uiS which is the Tiie cnunipration for this ear was est s...

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

n if UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II PLANS TOWORK FO ILTAHfNDMENT Association of Summer Stu dents Addressed by Pres ident Hill Today ORGANIZE BY DISTRICTS Resolutions Passed Favoring Better Support for University Amendment No 11 Association had charge or the assembly hour at tlio University of Missouri this morn ing Amendment No 11 pertains to the mill tax support for the Univer sity and is to he voted on in Novem ber Talks were made by President A Ross Hill Prof J I Elliff and W Salem Brown who is president of the association and was also chairman of tiie assembly this morning President Hill expressed his appre ciation of those in the summer school and others who were working for the mill tax amendment He then said that this new tax was for the main tenance of the university and not for new buildings Those in the regular session know how crowded we are for space and since I came here in 1005 the enroll ment has doubled and yet only one new building lias been put up said Dr Hill The...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 August 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN In Xranlnr Daily by the Students in the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri HAEEY E KmiKGS Xews Editor UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION Incori ratal Eakie Ieak on lfsident Vauohn Isrvant Swretary Fkancis Steumut Treasurer 2 A IIaevev J F Williams HahpyDUuv James GilAY J E CiiASSorr OFEJCE NOKTH EIUHTH STREET TELElHOSE S3 inured at the rotoflice at Columbia Mo at tecoud casi mail mutter SDBSCIMTION PRICE intariablr in Advance lly Mail or Carrier 3y carrier per year flOO By mail per year 300 ADVERTISING KATES ON APPLICATION Two asterisks t aftr r ailiwr noliivs lddreta ail communication to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY lOPLINS IMPURE FOOD LESSON The cases of ptomaine poisoning at oilin and the investigations which allowed have given that city adver ising of a nort that would hardly he isked for by her commercial dull In hese days of advanced sanitary and ivgienic ideas and methods the nty vhicli bec...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 August 1910

J MONDAY AUGUST 1 1910 JAS R To the Voter on Tomorrow In as much as I have not been able to see all the voters face to face ami present my claims as a Candidate up on the Democratic ticket for the of fice of collector of the Kevenue of Boone county I liavo this means of reaching those that I have not had the good fortune to sec Bookkeeping is a business for which by a regular course in a Business School I have prepared myself and the past few years of experience as deputy in the ollice to which I aspire coupled with this former preparation gives me a competency I think equal to that that most any man could lay claim to I have given the affairs of the ollice the very best thought and attention 1 knew how and believe I have made u fair record for careful painstaking effort I have the first criticism yet to hear of the management of the af fairs of the ollice since my connec tion therewith It is generally known too that a deputyship in any of the county olllces is a scant living for a ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 August 1910

PAGE FOUR THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI A GREAT TEACHERS COLLEGE Summer tession eleven weeks beginning June 1st and ending August 12th 1910 FORTY FIVE TEACHERS IN FACULTY Many vocational courses including Bookkeeping Business Forms Typewriting Shorthand Geography of Commerce His tory of Industries Manual Training Wood Work Pottery Lathe Work Forge Work Mechanical Drawing Raffia Do mestic Art Agriculture Gardening Four years of work and study in Drawing Painting Etch ing Hammered Brass and other hand work in Art also three years of Art Study in designated texts Five years in Music including Sight Reading Individual Lessons Chorus Work Harmony Counterpoint Orchestration History of Music etc Many forms of Physical Education including Gymnasium Work Public School Playground Work Track Work Baseball Football Handball Tennis etc Ample bath rooms gymna siums tennis courts athletic field running tracks Best facilities in the Middle West for Photography Lan tern Slide Making an...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 August 1910

4 - m UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II CANDIDATES TALKED T1LLAFTERWIDNIGHT Lust Cams Were Smoky and the Powder Smell Was Bad ALL ON THE TICKET SPOKE Would be Democratic Sen ators Amused Large Crowd bv Personal Attacks The candidates speaking at tire Air dome theater last night did not end until this morning It was after mid night when the men seeking ollice finally got their last guns tired And there was much smoke and powder siin11 before the meeting ended For length at least the meeting last night doubtless won the Mara tnon record of this campaign All of the candidates for election subject to the action of the primary today spoke The Airdome was crowded and it is estimated that about 2OiMJ persons were present The rival candidates for all the of fices on the ticket exeept that of the stale siiatorship refrained from any personal attacks and the arguments were only on matters of policy Each of the three candidates for state sen ator spent most of his time in attack ing the reputati...

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 August 1910

I PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An KTnlnr DIly by the Students In the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri Babev E Kinisos XiWi Kditor UNIVERSITY MISSOCUIAN ASSOCIATION Iiicorprirahil Eafie Ieakmis Ir Ment Vacuus Bkv ist - retary KllANClS aTEUJMST TTWsUIkT C A Hakvky J K Wiiiiavh Hakry U Guv Jvus i May J E OFFICE UOKTH HNJIITII STKKKT TELEPHONE V Bnurtd at the Postoflice at Columbia Mo as becoud clura mail mutter SUHSCRIITIOX IKICK nntarlably in Advance Br iUIl or Carrier By carrier per year J400 By mall per year 300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Twonptorlsfc aft r r uling notice- lliey uru iijlil tSUSej kSzfcii AddrMi all communJc atlorn to UNIVEKalTV illSiOORIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY AMENDMENT NUMBER ELEVEN Conn etc organization for the fur therance of tlie welfare of the tni versity of Missouri is of course tin- 1 surest possible way of succccdiiif in that purpose Amendment Number j Kleven Association has undertaken a systematic plan to...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 August 1910

TUESDAY AUGUST 2 1910 YOU MAY HAVE YOUR CHOICE The Money The Lot 100 CASH We will give above amount in CASH for lot 92 Smithton addition to the lucky one whose num ber wins that lot A ticket with every 50c worth of Groceries purchased WISE THE DISAPPEARING GALLUSES For Summer Use at Least They Are Being Driven Into Arkansas Hills Men who liy devotion in use betray reverence for suspenders explain that palluses represent an application of science to clothing in that they ad just the wciKbt or the garment to the shoulders which arc intended as bur den hearers They refuse to admit that with trousers properly cut the weight without suspenders and with 11 belt is thrown on the hips equally utile to bear it We note this merely to observe the triumph of the esthetic over the seien titic Calluses at least for summer use are being driven into tue hills ot Arkansas when oue brace is eon Eldered sutlicient for all except plu tocratic relations of the octopus hated by the Hon Jeff Davis The l g...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 August 1910

I i 1 3 1 jt c i I I i t r a s A PAGE FOUR THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI So II iirlvei ho 33 arrives J0 35 arrive ho Hurw ho Sn for oulj A GREAT TEACHERS COLLEGE Summer iciiicn eleven weeks beginning June lt and ending Auguit 12th 1910 FORTY FIVE TEACHERS IN FACULTY Many vocational courses including Bookkeeping Business Forms Typewriting Shorthand Geography of Commerce His tory o Industries Manual Training Wood Work Pottery Lathe Work Forge Work Mechanical Drawing Raffia Do mestic Art Agriculture Gardening Four years of work and study m Drawing Painting Etch ing Hammered Brass and other hand work in Art also three years of Art Study in designated tets Five years in Music including Sight Reading Individual Lessons Chorus Work Harmony Counterpoint Orchestration History of Music etc Many forms of Physical Education including Gymnasium Work Public School Playground Work Track Work Baseball Football Handball Tennis etc Ample bath rooms gymna siums tennis courts athletic fie...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 3 August 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOTJRIAN VOLUME II PAVING IS ORDERED ON BOLJE STREET City Council Let Contract Last Night Vork t Begin at Once 150 FOR STREET SIGNS Name Plates for Corners Is Approved- Streets Must be Cleaned The contract for the paving ol Rol lins street from Hitt street to Prov idence road was lot lust night by the city council to 1 X Fellows for 12 itii There wore two bids received lint because ol a mistake in the cont inuation the hiil or the Columbia Pav ing coiniiany which was lower titan Fellows was rejected The work on the street will begin at iiiht The water and light committee last night that there was 2 tilysn in the water and light fund and it was ordered that bills amounting to islS be paid from it The finance committee presented the months account for salaries ami bills against the city amounting to lt21 1 and the bills were ordered paid At the request of K I Cautliorn secretary of the Commercial club the council agreed to pay a month for throe months to pay for the erec...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 3 August 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Inning Daily by theftudentjin the School of Jonrnsliim at the University of Missouri Habkv E Hidings Neiv Kditor UMIVERSITY MISSOCKIAS ASSOCIATION IiiiHriurjtvl Earik Ikail in rvMent Yaichs UitYANr rctary Kiiascis SitAiT Treasurer C A Harvey K Williams Harry V liCY Jahii i May J E CHAMOFK OFFICE If- XOKTII KHiHTlI STREET TELEllIUXE Enured at the Io tollice at Columbia JIo as second dim mall matter BUHSCKHTIOV 1TICE nirrariably In Advance By Mail or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mail per year 30U ADVERTISING KATES OV AIILICATIOX siftT rwilini nolii - tht y aru iuH aihi rtisiiiif Address all Mtiun v UM V MIstoOLUIAJ Columbia Mo LAHC LTT CIRCULATION IN B00N1U COUNTY PROBLEM FOR COMMERCIAL CLUB It lias liei n sujwsted ti tin- vcrsity Mis siiurian thai thr cial Chili take up si part if Hi- hour al the business mens lunch Tliurs day in discussiiiK the needs of ohim bia in the way of cleaner streets and grocery stores The newspapers of the city have w...

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

WEDNESDAY AUGUST S 1910 you MAY HAVE YOUR CHOICE The Money The Lot 100 CASH We will give above amount in CASH for lot 92 Smithton addition to tke lucky one whose num ber wiiilhat lot A ticket with every 50c worth of Groceries purchased WISE Do as Rome Does Xew skirts With deep hems But not too scanty Movement is curtailed in France But we are her in America And should cut our cloth accord ingly Kansas City Star When you think of insurance thiult of FOUNTAIN CASH GROCER LID ON CUPIDS POSTOFFICE MISGUIDED HOME DISCIPLINE A Day at General Delivery Window ReveaU Many Queer Characters Cupids postollice the general de livery wimlowB ot the postollices of large cities where young girls were wout to receive surreptitious letters from tattooed lovers Is a thing or the past ill St Louis This modern pro totype ot the old hollow where grandmother used to hide notes on her way to the little red sehoolhouso for grandfather to slip out and get when they thought he was milking has been douo away wi...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 3 August 1910

I it a it i t 1 I 1 r t PAGE FOUR this and BUY THAT REERIGERATOR vJLV ICE BOX AT PAYNES HARDWARE STORE And save money A good supply to select from PRICES ABSOL UTEL Y LOWEST AH Goods are marked in PLAIN FIGURES A Stone in the Horses Hoof Many a good ho e is permanently injured by getting a -tone in his hoof while traveling Picking up a sioue horsemen say If while on the road your horse goes suddenly lame you may suspect the to be a -ton picked up You may think that you are helpless to take it out but you are not If you were you would have no right to assume charee of a hor e so go boldly to the resell Pass your hand gently down his leg tiver touch a horses foot without lirst doing this until you reach the lctlock or ankle joint take hold of the fetlock and pull gently or if the fetlock is trimmed short lightly tickle the ankle He No 31 arrive No S3 arrive No 3SnrrivM No 37 arrive No 3irrhi opportunity is there will probably lift the foot at one- hen you must catch it firmly He is no...

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