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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 4 August 1910

A f UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II WILL SEND EXHIBIT TO CONGRESS Ihisincss Men Indorse Plan to Advertise Hoone Coun tys Resources TO BE HELD AT MOrERLY T Heathman Explained Show You Exhibition at Noonday Lunch The Show Vou Congress an trial exhibition to he liehl at Moherly September 7 S and was the j eral subject 1or discussion at the j ular Thursday lunch of the Columbia Commercial club today W T Heath nian a deimty in the State Immigra tion department ajid a promoter of the industrial show at Moherly was at the meeting to explain the propo sition to the Columbia business men Iioone county has been asked to send an exhibit to the congress Mr licathmau explained that what was waned from this county and from all other counties in the state is a dis play of all the products of the county agricultural manufactured schools anil anything else the county cares to show The exhibits are to be arranged un der a tent on Read street in Moherly The tent is to extend the full length of the str...

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

it l li i t 1 l it 1 PAGE TWO UNIVERSLTY MISSOURIAN i AErtninrDiIrbj tlMtadenuin the FeJioo of tin Joarnlnm at tns university o iiieoiri Hiirv E Rimngs iii- CKIVEESITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION tlncjrtratl EAEir ItAiwtN Ir lit VaIGHV ISKYAVT TfcUr7 Ksocs haci C A HtEVKY F Haeey D J try Jami U May J E HA Sorr OFFICE 1- SOUTH EIHTH 2TUEET TELJ IHONE Vj Enured at tbe Poto2r at Coiazabla Mo omi cla aI cutter EUBSCKIITIOS PRICE 3nTarlablT in Advance Ey Mi or Cantar By carrier per year 5400 By mail per year S300 ADVERTISING RATES OS APPLICATION ift r r az - ni cat- thf y ir xaii Addrtai all to USIVEKalTY MImOLPUN Couc bia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY FOR WORLD WIDE PEACE Notwitlwa o the world a i rralry ii - constntction v ve Is timeni tor unxera peace se r - cainin on the priii cSpves ot interna ioial idea is not a dream of th v orH uplilters but has cndorscueiit of many of the create 1 siatismen of the day of th worlds mosi pro found thinkers and of hosts of prac tical men and wo...

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

S THRUSDAY AUGUST 4 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 wing that lot A ticket with every 50c worth of Groceries purchased WISE SODA FOUNTAINS HAVE TAKEN SALOON TRAD The Thirsty Arc Attracted by Novel and Mysterious Xanies the Keason NO NOVELTY IN SALOONS Drug Stores Have Backed I s Oil the BoardsSays Old Time Bartender Tiie saloon keepers have taken a hack seat The promoters of tin soda fountain have hacked them off the boards That is the consensus of so ber opinion no joke and the expla nation is found in the fact that the thirsty and fever stricken are finding that which the American public always craves novelty in the soft drink sec tion of the corner drug stores Are the soda fountains decreasing the saloon trade A man who has been in the saloon business thirty live years said unhesitatingly that the soda fountains have kicked a hole in tho regular liquor traffic Th...

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

i i n it it 11 i 4t v PAGE FOUR BUY THAT REERIGERATOR OR ICE BOX AT PAYNES HARDWARE STORE And save money A good supply to select from PRICES ABSOLUTELY LOWEST AH Goods are marked in PLAIN FIGURES OUR SUBSCRIPTION OFFER The -penal ae ot one dollar Jo tlits Mis ounan until J in 1 M1 in fft et Min litn talen ad vantage of tlK olfd l ou wi h hae the j ap r -in to m till I n 1 111 MthT tall oi n iil our thi i wn k 1 1 otlri good to both old anil n lib JiS Centrals Mistake Mi Hi II lio Su obi top whais the betting odd- on iin - toda I- theu it tin- th n idcne ol bdiii W Chicago I lib mie Business Womans UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN GIRLS CHANCES TO MARRY Greater Than Sisters The irl who jzoes out to business has crtanl a better cliance oi mar nage more than her sta at- hone -inters In the tirst place lln bu ins gnlS choice ot a hus band 1- li h lie ined he 1iX j education and perhaps tution The Great Through Train TO THE West and Northwest Electric Lighted Throughout charming manneis it not then...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 August 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOTJRIAN VOLUME II F Ri U V STUDENT ERSITY DIES HER Professor Eugene IMar Funk E E E Funk Was School Super intendent tt Lebanon and Kirksville WIFE WAS COLUMBIA GIRL Visiting at Home of Dr W E Relden Funeral Sundav for several years superintendent of pub lie schools at Kirksville ami Lebanon attended summer school at the Ini versity of Missouri several years ago and be left Kirksville in llim to com plete his work at the Iliiversity He was married in lints He is survived j by bis wife bis father ami mother Mr and Mrs T W Funk of Kirks ville one brother Jeorge Funk of Portland Ore and three sisters Miss Florence Funk of Kirksville Mrs F 1 Jrasle of Kirksville ami Mrs 1 X Simpson of Spokane Wash Mrs Simpson is in Columbia and all the other relatives except his brother arc expected in Columbia to attend the funeral The funeral will be held at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon at the home of Or V F Helden on Ilitt street Iev C V Hatcher will officiate The burial will be in the Col...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 August 1910

1 a it t it i t 1 1 it PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Tf Daily tx - - t tie fcT T ci - UKivriiBiTi iiOciAi E V Vi i riiorr Ms A Hm t J f vss Haksv Grr O Hat Gfild 3- NO 7H EIGHTH 7E TLI HOSK -5 Ktr it v PCVSr 1 o - Mo AliVEftliJlNo RAT Ei - AllLICAlljS -- y LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY hold auiTitioH on- it i Tli ars iir Hill tirin M hav to do iTh isM rian in s lias now r p -a in Kiiov j 11 r 1 r jntis r turns coin- in and show that tho country has inad an enor mous srain in ojtuiatioii say a writ r in Si but vc ar fo nar srued that f iv of iik calcu late the ikai ff ft Mr Hill liiirj the pojiulatmn hy the c rsu of HjIv as jVJ4 iii lias d oh th riTfintaie of inrr ape in jiast yt ars i After predicting this FtartlinK Jittl unoi ui d land leimnns in lhf c oiintrv todav a fw ar i ago th r -a -re hundn ds of thou nds of ac--B icj b had for the mere tak ing of title Only one halt of ih land in jiriiaf ownt rship is now tilh d s as Mr Hill That lillair dtS not oii half what th l...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 5 August 1910

a - f FRIDAY AUGUST 5 1910 - r 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 CASH GROCER A DIRECTORY OF TEACHERS IN SUMMER SESSION OF UNIVERSITY Following is a list of teachers at tending the summer session of tin university of Missouri their home ad- ilrssis ami when they will teach the coming year In rases where the student will teach in the town in which he lives hut one name is given Adams Georginu Carthago -Mo no school given Anthony Lura Mae Guthrie Mo Wainwright Mo Baker H M Sedalia Mo Baker lane B Webb City Mo Barnes Anna Plattsburg Mo Cower Mo Baughman V 1 Ilattt City Mo Memphis Mo Beal Zola Mexico Mo B tz Annette Billelontaine Kan sas City Hctz Alma liellefontaine Kansas City Biekul n A Tarkio Mo Mt Ver non Mo superintendent Bishop Krma It lennshoro Mo no school given Boatwright Nolle Marshall Mo no scho...

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

1 4 I I I i -14 Hi j i i i PAGE FOUR BUY THAT REERIGERATOR iii ICE BOX AT o ir ji out PAYNE riiU STO OUR SUBSCRIPTION OFFER The special ol one dollar ir the Misfit urn i Jar 1 11 1 still in Tioi Maii hu ti n ad antage or the oftr I jou v have iji r -on ill lap JlllL The WARE And save money A good supply to select from PRICES ABSOLUTELY LOWEST AH Goods are marked in PLAIN FIGURES Queer Sii queri notion- i - - s tual Ilu cd to ba hobble -Km jIk otii i i 1 VU t or i a 1 o r - vls i i t i jU scripttin lr off r pood to both d rd -if c ib c rib1 - loitabb in r lotion Iuc In - MISSOURI is Colorado UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN 1 USEATWESTP01NT Cadet A i e Tauirht Cam inir by Daily Practice With Pack Train ANEW MILITARY COURSE Takes Fourteen Minute- to Load Fourteen Thousand Pounds of Supplies i Io nt ha- a nv colony of t huh n pioud ami if ou go plidf at an oiie ol the -limn er fin- that are planted around the of th academy the lust thins l oi h ar in the e is the late t 1 about the ntv inhabitant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOTJRIAN VOLUME II SEPTEMBER 27 IS BOND ELECTION DATE Mayor Smith Names Day to Vote on 12 ooo Issue COUNCIL APPROVES PLAN People Will Decide as Water and Light Im provement Tuesday September 27 is the date set by Mayor Stanley X Smith for tho election to vole upon the issuance or 12000 in bonds for the improve ment of the wHer and light system in Columbia Friday night at an ad journed session of the city council The council unanimously voted for the motion to instruct the city attorney to draw up an ordinance setting Sep tember 27 as the date At the last public meeting or tax payers resolutions were passed ac cepting the report of Dean II I Shaw of the School of Engineering recommending the expenditure of fl2riU0 for the betterment of the ser vice and the extension of the water mains and light circuits recommend ing the improvement and requesting the mayor and council to set a date for the election The resolutions were presented by K W Stephens after they had been acce...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

1 j it l 3 i i l i I lL It h t il K I- if PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Aa iTtnior Dsllj by the Stcdent in the School of JoanuUtm s the Bnirenltr ol Missouri HiiEv E Ridings N rr Editor nHIVXESITT MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporate Eielz Iear on Jlvriient 5 Vaughn Beyast J FkasCs Siewaet Trarurirr fj A Haevet F VILUAXS Habet I Gcy Jajids G Mat J E CBAINOiT OFFICE la NORTH EIiHTU STREET TELEPHONE nsvatf 14 the Pow3ce at CotaabU Mo as secosd clu nail cauer EUBSCKIITION PRICE - 2nrailaUj la Adrsnce Bj MU or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mill per year 1300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Twoa UTfefc fir raiz aoice in rat thy are iali adverlisins 23P iddreu all commnnicattlocs to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Colcisbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY COLUMBIA TODAY TOMORROW There is a pleasing monotony to the monthly reports of tin procedl nirs of the city council of Columbia in one particular that of tin- orlrins of street work In the last t or three years many miles of street hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

J iary 3 SUNDAY AUGUST 7 1910 J a Church News l Christian Church The Ilible school of the Christian church will meet at 030 oclock this morning In the absence of Rev M A Hart a communion service is held each Sunday morning at 1043 oclock The north side Sunday school meets at 230 oclock the Intermediate Christian Knileavor at oclock and the Senior Endeavor at 7 oclock Baptist Church At the Haptist Church this morning the Sunday school meets at 930 oclock The sermon this morning will he by the Hev C E Hickok The young peoples meeting will be held at 7 oclock followed by a union ser vice at this church when the Itev V V Klwang of the Presbyterian church will preach Miss Georgia Spear will sing a solo at the evening service Methodist Church The Hev C M Aker pastor of the Methodist church will preach this morning at 1040 oclock on the theme I Will Build My Church The Sun day school will meet at D30 oclock At 7 oclock the Epworth League de votional meeting will be held The topic for discu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

i J A it It ii i t 1 It F M PAGE FOUR Home For The Summer Dr Rees the Tooth j for the summer READ REFERENCES American National Bank Oklahoma City Oklahoma City National Bank u 3 3 M rh liilv Qth JOUI1V 111U UUIill WlW wj - i The Baldest Man in Congress j T bildc - nan in Consr ss is r - Ollit Jnes of Kentucky made and a - ad - a- -monthly shy 1 sh d as a billiard ball Ons h aftrrn on when he was engaged with Mr Payne i a colloquy New Y rk he shook his list and issed hi- head w ith great energy Wl tle geiukman from Kentucky ali w ce to interrupt him queried Mr Iir politely F i a i vst ju of course agreed Ja cs tt rinri il Payne shake not j Ki r 1 ks at ine ThaT f nded the debate Popular Maan v She Was Wrong wa an oppressive silence in r parb r At last the desperate iiirs ad brok out Gcrse asked she why dont you 4rpos I s inly a short sentence fleorge Phone 395 Slack H a for life Judge HIGH PATENT FLOUR THE BEST One trial and you will think only of Using our High Patent Bran Shipstuff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

F SUNDAY AUGUST 7 1910 MANY DENIALS BRBERY OF mm Continued from Paso 1 Crag on Uig Moose Lake where ho is passing the summer with his family Mr Sherman read carefully the testi mony of United States Senator Core before the special Congressional In vestigating Committee at Muskogee yesterday I never heard my name mentioned in connection with the contracts which were the subject of Senator Cores tes timony yesterday ho said I never had any interest which I have for years had in the welfare of the In dians and which I shall ever have in any Indian contract no personal in terest I mean The story so far as my name is con cerned is without any foundation whatever If any person has said I C B BOWLING Pres E W HINTON Vice Prei had any interest in this or any other Indian contract he has stated what was not true DIES AT HOME COMING Edward Kendall of Mexico Expires After Speaking in Illinois Hair an hour after Edward Kendall Ti years old of Mexico Mo addressed several thousand persons who att...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

4 H if it PAGE SIX Now Have Faith In the good city of Columbia Others are making investments in Columbia real estate Why not you Ninety per cent of the wealthy men in the world made their money in real estate Whv cant you We can show you how We have Columbia real estate and Boone County farms for sale or trade Lets get together We have the property if you will only let us show you BATTERTON PEMBERTON Money to Loan Fire Insurance Property to Rent JTjoone County Xational Bank pudding Columbic Missouri Wcmen Actors and the Age Limit 1 cere 1 jernsp aothnsr Mr to the limit o the a- erase mans use fulness nor shall I touch upon the Eubject of what I consider to be that of the zm1i actor but I do want to say and I want to ay it emphatically that there i positively no aze limit for the woman acor Allelse beias equal a dramatic artiste at years of age ought to far exel herself at j Ir sne on ivrh Mr Masco that it is brains and ti r that count in the Ions run a- rurh overrated in instance th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

1 1 J SECTION TWO VOLUME II MILLER BUILDING Light Is si Feature of New Three Story Structure of Shoe Company BLACK BRICK WHITE STONE There Are Shelves for 25 0H Pairs of Shoes on First Floor Light scums to have- been one of the chief considerations in the plans lor the C I Miller Shoo eompaiiy buihling at Kighth and ISroadway which is Hearing completion Th building contains lno windows on the three main floors There aiv thirty four windows on each of the upper Moors Ilesiiles these there will he a glass front in the room to he occu pied by the shoe stock Th building is to be three Morics and there will be two basement store rooms 2 by Uil feet in the rear on the Highlit street side The second lloor will bo divided into twelve offices Tho third lloor will be left in one large room and probably will be rented as a lodge hall or fraternity club rooms The two basement store rooms will bo rented 5000 For Ornament About or 1001 will be spen on the looks of the building That is leaving off...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

i it r li i bia PAGE EIGHT MILLION Hi A HALF 0 Continued from page 7 71 IMPROVEMENTS very substantial beginning in indus trial development by obtaining the lo cation of a big branch of the Hamilton Brown Shoe Factory The University of Missouri has also made more progress during this per- ini than in all her previous history students sh and M K T road- and enable vmm a school ot about Cmj same connect on and Sr Loin- Fvift a j fcir lines the sa - i with Kansas Cry nt and iiasscns r wn on th -- irom the two srreat c tue - Columbia i students her aoo and 30 teachers in charge oi u r - city n M soun and bt m other sarc s have educational it xs to hers They not nl b n in an annual revenue oi two millions oi dol lars but a mass of intelligence that cannot be valued in dollars and c 1 The effect i not only to elevate tV social and int Huctua of the community but to bn iz a unstact stream of patrons of learning to be come resident- - t horn - engage in bu iness and to prospeiii upon an endu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

9 SUNDAY AUGUST 7 1910 Office in Haden BIdg Taking Liberties With Languages Tii Knglish language is most un blushing nltoiit embodying Froiich fds widi tin Knglish pronunciation a rage has arisen for calling such square for a liamlle instead of place A French pronunciation be ing given to square the last three wiiii wiiii the sounded good and letters like the Knglish are it has -irons is only one of many instances jsi queer sound to Knglish ears When Still its something of a shock to learn Parisian speaks of the Motoring ilnl ih French are taking he same Club Frances smart atitoniobilo club i kHhi word iit 1I11S tll MuU 1 ans wiih ihe making or new streets i th Vry soft lni1 tho vur v and UK - consequent need of linding j name- jor left over liits of ground IIlHl1 -New Vork Tribune JAS G H0LC0MBE CO 205 206 THILO BUILDING REAL ESTATE LOANS and INSURANCE WE make a specialty of Rentals and Farm lands See our list of choice Columbia Real Estate for sale and rent Correspondence invited ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

i a t Ii 1 1 I CM General Insurance and Rental Busmes BARTHS 10 HAVE UP-TO-DATE STORE HV dm - i rJcC Trtmr ng cf Mnrbic Th c i - srctir ftjj b oi p th c 111101 tl bsjjldinr T1 hf l srmnl of the rhpw window- ri t firi bed in iiiahi any ami ail -the wool decorations arc of the same material The bases Oi al the rattisT and fur niture and the walls will be o mar We The 1 w of marbl trimming will run fro the ba e of the show win dows outbid to all the interior panell ings and around all the show cae On ih firt lloor th show car- rovohin cabinets wall and floor and display lifjvfs will be locat d and on tli frtni lloor the re ervo stock and a stock oi mink- and ut eas s will lie pac d A 1 w ca- - 11 Li Le i i a nni rvT ri - irallHiin - l jtrwrrrau r iufaas I rliltl Mi iitlvOIlV Ill TV Cl I fi in- u i mi iii - and will h iiw n t - T il bo sx ill i aliiin t and two lloor - the ilnoi The Hour ill lioiu ird show mi suits l -- jimp and the wall cabinets - a one Thrp 1 e o nardwoid and tin 1 hr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

t SUNDAY AUGUST 7 1910 L Exchange National Bank Building I r r ive in BUY a lotnou7 today fef i build a rea hnmp m y B thejierf resufence rM fncfm Central Missouri Ki or West- JSJWJ exclusive and beautiful gklgjK sites think of the fine 7SOTS improvements that are already here pavements walks light heat water etc The high building restrictions assures you homes of uniform con struction and good neigh borhood i c c WE5T TTTc BK01DWAY I 4 c t z ic zc wci rt i -- I I III I 1 I 1 llfruvfl 1 ill i 1 11 1 Fcsieirtci J eau JBmian UNI MISSOURIAN u a sr T1 27 1 1 I 1 CO I 46 t I s 1 -VI r - itr 1 U w V - 1 0 1 I Efy PL5 je i I if 7iAtti i3aPWHrci f 1S3HiK HdiBUf f Mct JV rtoHKk k ii r i Mil H i ill rf a XjSsl t1 1LIPu1i W2afcHIVjjfi v u - i A 1 1 I i 1 - I I- 3 i VA- O - 1 i u ro LM llli 1 I 13 l y 3 5riV i PAGE ELEVEN estwood e f r - i mSML - jmjr ix VGflw T ifrerr divsiM sb up iLTxvsrj xcidi OTS of Lots at ex- tremely reasonable prices 28 people built homes in this addition last year Join ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 August 1910

It It i l t 1 PAGE TWELVE Canadian Farmers Gamble With Na ture For ten days and ten nights early in August the Canadian homesteader is uneasy The hot sun of a long summer day helps the feeble patches of yellow in the grain to make deep inroads into the mass of green Day by day the compiering yellow sends its color over the receding gren un til the geld stands half and half Night by night the mosesteader watches the temperature the winds the clouds Kach night is a bit cold er than the preceding one There is tho suggestion of frost in the air early one morning The grain is now- yellow with patches of green the re verse of last weeks condition Under the influence of the blazing burning sun the yellow throws off the sugges tion of frost and wades into the fast- disappearing ranks of green WE SELL THE EARTH W Two or three days more and the green is gone routed vanquished The yellow now tipping into golden brown domi nates the field Another day or so and early one morning a binder sings i...

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