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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 24 August 1910

1 f WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 CLASSIFIED ADS HOUEHOED GOODS FOR SALE AT Ill Missouri Avenuu PASTURE GOOL GRASS ANO running water One fourth mile from paved street Call Phone 531 White FOR RENT THE CENTRAL Ho tel on Broadway either furnished or unfurnished Apply to J A Stewart or J M Batterton WANTED TWO UNFURNISHED rooms south of Broadway for light housekeeping Address X Missouri olhce WANTED A YOUNG COUPLE with no children wish to rent a nicely furnished live or six room house with modern conveniences and in good lo cation Telephone SD2 Grcen QUICK ftiEAL RANGE FOR SALE injise only short time yuo Lowry Phone 521 Red WANTED TO TRADE A GOOD farm for Columbia City property For particulars address C W Cannon R t D 10 or phone 42 W FOR SALE OR RENT 1322 Keiser Avenue Very desirable 7 roomed house modern throughout Solid oak finish an I hardwood floors down stairs Good granitoid basement Apply to N D EvanB Phone 670 FOR RENT OR SALE AT 1406 Bass Avenue modern house large re ception hall 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. — 24 August 1910

PAGE FOUR MODERN WOODMEN COMPLETE P L0S ANGELES 1 Arrangements for Big Log Rolling Event September 1 Are Finished TO GIVE MANY PRIZES Speeches Games Contests Shows and Dinner Are Part of Plans The complet program for the Mod ern Woodmen Log Rolling to be held in this city September lirst was an nounced by the committee in charge of arrangements yesterday The an nouncement follow To Modern Woodmen and Royal Neighbors of Ms ouri The Camps of Hoone County ei teem I it both an honor and a privilege to Invite you to ue present at anu partic ipate in the Log Rolling to he held in Columbia on Thursday September 1 The following is the program as nearly as we can arrange it at present Merchants Prizes and Circus Parade At lJ a m sharp the contests for merchants prizs will begin The prizes will be announced later and awarded as follows For the man who has been a con tinuous M W A the longest jSB For the woman who has been a con tinuous Royal Neighbor the longest For the tallest Modern Woodman...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 25 August 1910

It s 1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME n CROWD LOG COMING ROLLING Commercial Club Feurs Ho tels nnd Restaurants Can not Care for Visitors 10000 WILL ATTEND Resolutions Adopted Asking That Special Prepara tions be Made The crowd that will he in Columbia nt the Woodmen log rolling September 1 one week from today will be as large or larger than the biggest crowd ever at the Boone county fair accord ing to Dr J B Cole and Dr 1 A Miller who spoke today of the prepa rations for the event by the local lodge at the merchants Thursday lunch at the Leigh ton cafe According to this estimate the crowd that will bo here on that day will number more than Ki000 The men in speaking of the prepa rations that were being made said that the plans were nearly completed and that with the generous support they had received from the merchants and the Commercial club the event should be a great success Dr Cole Explains Program Dr Cole said that program of at tractions was nearly complete and that contests for ...

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 August 1910

PAGE TWO - UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An ETenln Dally tx the Student In the Scboolof JournalUm at the University of llioiri Haeei E Hidings New- Editor UNIVSESITY SIISSOURIAX ASsOCIATIOS Eaele IrAK o Ire Iient Vaiobn H pi ant secretary i Baucis iTLWAlT Trejiur r C A Harvey J F Williams Haeby V GLY James G Mai J E CHAihOtr OFFICE IB SOKTH FIGHTU STREET TELEPHONE 5- Entered t the Postoffiet at Coumba Mo m tecond clacs mall matter BCBSCKIPTIOS PRICE 3nTrlbly in Advance Br Mall or Carrier By carrier per year S400 By mail per year 300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Twoan WI altr reading iudi cat uVy are iiid uilvtrliiiiK addfwt all communli ation to CSIVEKalTY JlIsaOCRUN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY BAD TEETH AND SICKNESS Direulv or milirealv had te ih aie responsible for half the Millie- m this fountrj according to Hi 1 J McCarih who point- out the litmi fill effects an iug from tin- iaii e in an article in Peai onN Magaiio for September He looks upon the matter as one o...

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 August 1910

J THURSDAY AUGUST 25 1910 CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT THIRTEEN ROOM house all modern in ideal location ad joining University campus Apply Ira T G Stone Central Rank HOUEHPLD GOODS FOR SALE AT 711 Missouri Avenue PASTURE GOOD GRASS AND running water One fourth mile from paved street Call Phone 531 White FOR RENT THE CENTRAL Ho tel on Broadway either furnished or unfurnished Apply to J A Stewart or J M Batterton WANTED A YOUNG COUPLE with no children wish to rent a nicely furnished live or six room house with modern conveniences and in good lo cation Telephone Sl2 Groen QU1CKMAL RANGEFOR SALE in use only short time 906 Lowry Phone 62r Red WANTED TO TRADE A GOOD farm for Columbia City property For particulars address C W Cannon R E D 10 or phone 42 W EQR SALE QR RENT 1322 Keiser Avenue Very desirablo 7 roomed house modern throughout Solid oak finish an I hardwood floors down stairs Good granitoid basement Apply to N D Evans Phone 670 FOR RENT OR SALE AT 1406 Bass Avenue modern house large ...

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 August 1910

PAGE FOUR R IP T CUTLER OUR OF INSPECT Food and Druj Commissioner Takes Automobile Trip Through State TALKS ON DAIRYING Will Hear Defense of Men Who Have Been Violat ing Pure Food Laws Dr W I Ciul S ate riod and Dni fomiiii on r thi norniriK from an - nd 1 trip through he sonth rn pan os tin- whet ne has been in-pt- t njr retail or adilterld and 1 lurin m the of dair ins in r Cutler was an d by Iro refor C H Ki Kb - l dai de partment of the Inner iiy 01 Mi- ouri and Mar hal Co don o Cohnn bia They trawled m Mr ProdonV automobile The part j lii t -topped at A hlaml where the - were insjier led Tioui Ashland they nal l down alolit the river to Ieiii oii City and then to Schubert a Cerman lenient W t liala another cerman iilaie tin Dr Cutler a look- a- though it had been tran planted from the Fathei land was i ited At If it li Fountain Dr Cutler and iiole or i ad JlilL ---- o HJ In v4 pCOgMBS NS LOS ANGELES tilk at a Catholic liicnic in the in- Ue of dlilillI V r ierday Or Cutler addre...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 August 1910

S UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME n HIGH SCHOG L COURSE AGRICULTURE Bulletin Just Issued Explains Extension Work for Ac credited Schools TO GIVE UNIVERSITY CREDIT Work to Consist of Lectures and Laboratory With Special Text Books A special course in agriculture to lie taught in high schools of Missouri and to count for credit in the Univer sity of Missouri is explained in a bul letin just issued by the College of Agriculture of tho University of Mis souri under the direction of J D El liff inspector of schools for the Uni versity The booklet Issued is called A Unit in Agriculture It contains suggestions concerning the course of study the method of teaching and the equipment of laboratories and li braries The bulletin is divided into two parts Tho first part deals with tho equipment necessary to teach ag riculture farm crops tho soil plant propagation plant growth enemies of plants animal husbandry and prob lems of farm management The material to be collected by the teaching and student...

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 August 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Erenlnx Dally by the Student In the School of Joornslitm at the Hnirenitr of Miiionri Habbv E Ridings News Editor UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporated Earle Pearsos President Vacghn Beyast Secretary FRAas Stewart Treasurer C A Harviv J F Williams Hakrt 1 Out James G Mat J E Chassofj OFFICE IS NORTH EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONE 55 Entered at the Po toffire at Colombia Mo as Mcondlas mail matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 1nvrlabj in Advance Br Hall or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mail per year 300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION To al rik oitt r r adne notices indi cate they re imIS udvt rtismtf Addreu all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY CALL FOR PRACTICAL SYMPATHY There is i call for practical sjm pathy for the hundreds of homeless ones in the Northwest victims of the great forest fires Not the kind of sympathy which says I am sorry and passes on its way but that sort which digs down into i...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 August 1910

v4 41 FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1910 CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE ONE TWO BURNRR gasoline stove and one mission library lame xsom practically new very rea sonable Parties leaving town Call 240 BIack Mrs Orme FOR RENT THIRTEEN ROOM house all modern in Ideal location ad joining University campus Applv Ira T G Stone Central Bank HOUEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE AT 711 Missouri Avenue PASTUREGOOI GRASS AND running water One fourth mile from paved street Call Phone 531 White FOR RENT THE CENTRAL HO tel on Broadway either furnished or unfurnished Apply to J A Stewart or J M Batterton WANTED A YOUNG COUPLE with no children wish to rent a nicely fjTrnished five or six room house with modern conveniences and in good lo cation Telephone 892 Green LOST A PALE RED MILK COW Horned Finder Phone 310 Black FOR SALE OR RENT 1322 Reiser Avenue Very desirable 7 roomed house modern throughout Solid oak finish an I hardwood floors down stairs Good granitoid basement Apply to N D Evans Phono 670 FOR RENT OR SALE AT 1406 Baas A...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 26 August 1910

1 PAGE FOUR TOAD IS FARMERS FRIEND Eats Four Times His Capacity Every Twenty Four Hours Professor Washburn of the Minne sota division of Entomology at Ini versity Farm finds toads to be friends of the farmer They feed entirely upon an incredible number of insects The federal department of agriculture investigating the toad discovers the startling fact that in 24 hours the in sect food consumed by one toad equals in quantity four times the capacity of its stomach which is practically filled and emptied four times every 24 hours Barbers Notice The Barbers State Board of Exam iners for Missouri will meet in Colum bia Sept mber 1st llu at Thos K Conleys Barber Shop All barbers Holdings permits are hereby notified to appear on above named date for exam ination Bring tools and permit Examining Board D Marks President J H Faust Secretary C T Whisman Treasurer 1A will get you any suit at tpJLU The Rochester during August no blues and blacks Columbia Theatre Wednesday Aug 3 1 THE GREATEST OF...

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

UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME n PINCHOT SAYS FIRES COULD BE WASHINGTON Aug 27 GifTord PInchot of the National Conservation Association and formerly head of the government forest service holds in a statement issued today that the loss ot property and life in the recent and present forest fires was unnecessary The disastrous results he says are traceable to the unpreparedness to deal with the fire situation He scores members of Congress who have op posed appropriations for the proper equipment of forest rangers and in that connection names Senator Hey burn of Idaho whose home town Wal lace suffered serious loss Senator Carter of Montana and Representa tive Mendell of Wyoming The state ment follows I am proud of the splendid work the men of the forest service have been doing against the estern forest tires Many of them have given their lives to protect the homes of settlers and the forests on which the prosperity of the Western people depend To my mind their conduct is beyond all praise...

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

PAGE TWO T ON THE STATE Al 0 Experiments to Determine Greatest Profit to Farm- ers Inder Wav RESULTS TO BE PUBLISHED Horticultural 1 epartment Keeps Accounts of Cost Preserving Whether there Is greater profit to the fanner to sell his tomatoes and other vegetable products on the mar ket or to can them is the qifstuu tnat the department of horticulture of the University of Missouri has liven attempting to solve by this summer M Karnes a tanner I living near SprinsfMil Mo lias made the assertion that then- is more profit I in canning vsUblS To prove or I disprove this are bein made on the t uiral grounds Beets tomat Tisimragus beans and chard vesrotabl i sembling sp rinnil About S oho cans of vzotaliliw lie in stock when the work is liniMni i These will probably be sold to Mr IJarnes The of the j nients giving costs and all other data I will be published in bulletin form ai i given to the farmers of Missouri free All the work being done is done jy advanced students of the College of A...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

K A l J 1 4 1 6 r t tJ t w II i a fir a SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 ild under W H UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN s - I PAGE THREE CONTRACTORS - BUILDERS DO YOU WANT TO SA VE MONEY IF SO COME TO aynes Hardware Store BEFORE PLACING YOUR NEXT ORDER FOR ardware Paints and Oils e want a share of your trade and are prepared to quote you prices that will secure your patronage Come and be convinced This is a new firm in your city but an old firm in the Hardware business and if you will give us a chance we will save you money on your orders NEW FACES ARE SEEN IN OUR STORE DAILY I I Farmers are coming here from all sections of Boone county They tell us they had heard about our low prices and had come to see for themselves When they come in here they buy we have the goods and the right kind of prices Were from Missouri and can show you Drop in and see us V PAYNES HARDWARE STORE n i 1 c 1

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 August 1910

PAGE FOUR JNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN a KveninsDallybr the Students In the Schoolof Journalism at the University of Missouri IAEKT E HIDINGS News Editor I CNIVERSITV MISS0URIA2 ASSOCIATION ImorporaUl Eapie IukmiX lre llent Vai oiix Bryant - Titary Kkakcis STfcWArT Tro asurer A Hakvev J F Williams Iaiiky li Guy Jamks G May J E Chasnoff OFFICE In SOUTH EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONE 5 atwrwl at the Isiotfirs at Colnrobia Mo ai Stfcoiil clasa mail matter SCCSCRIITIOS IRICE Invariably iu Advance By Mall or Carrier 3y carrier per year 3y mail per year 400 300 AIVERTI3ISO KATES OS AIIUCATIOS ait r roulnff nolle iiili site they are i aii jrVirtT address all communication- to UNIVERSITY MISsOURIAS Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY INDUSTRIAL COLUMBIA Columbia is essentially a college town an educational center Train ing the young men ami wornc n of Missouri in useful professions in art and science has been its chief function for three quarters of a century and will continue to be its highe...

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 August 1910

SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE ONE TWO BURNER gasoline stove and one mission library table Both practically new very rea sonable Parties leaving town Call 240 Black Mrs Orme FOR RENT THIRTEEN ROOM house all modern in ideal location ad joining University campus Apply Ira T G Stone Central Bank HOUEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE AT 711 Missouri Avenue PASTURE GOOD GRASS AND running water One fourth mile from paved street Call Phone 531 White FOR RENT THE CENTRAL HO tel on Broadway either furnished or unfurnished Apply to J A Stewart or J M Battertoni WANTED A YOUNG COUPLE with no children wish to rent a nicely furnished five or six room house with modern conveniences and in good lo cation Telephone 802 Green LOST A PALE RED MILK COW Horned Finder Phone 310 Black FOR SALE OR RENT 1322 Keiser Avenue Very desirable 7 roomed house modern throughout Solid oak finish an 1 hardwood fioors down stairs Good granitoid basement Apply to N D Evans Phono 670 FOR RENT OR SALE AT 1406 Bass Avenu...

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 August 1910

PAGE SIX FARMERS OF BOONE COONTYJU AUTOS From Two Machines Five Years Ago There are Now More Than Hundred CARS ARE OF THE BEST Pastime of Motoring is Be coming More Popular This Season The automobile is rapidly coming into its own with the farmers judging from the popularity with which it has been met in Boone county within the last year The day has apparently passed when it was considered a use- less luxury in the country suitable only for town use as the number of sales of cars to fanners has increased I many hundred per cent in the last two years and the sale of cars to farmers has eclipsed the sale to persons living in towns Five years ago there were two auto mobiles in Boone county and one in Columbia owned W B West Later F A Sampson secretary of the State Historical Society bought a car and for a year after his purchase there were only two cars dn Columbia To day there are nearly a hundred auto mobiles in Columbia owned by private persons and by automobile companies and consid...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

rlf I f T I xm INDUSTRIAL SECTION BY C C HOWARD AND W L SIMPSON Columbia is growing by leaps and bounds Her growth is of that solid and substantial kind that li s at Hie foundation of every city that has made any considerable headway in the business intellectual and social world Columbia is situated in the most im portant section of the State Columbia has a few very large fac tors Hundreds of people are em ployed in these factories at fair sal aries There is work in Columbia ev ery working day in the year for those who desire to work No man need spend an idle day in Columbia Columbia affords more opportunities for the safe investment of capital than any other city in the middle west Every dollar invested in Col umbia real estate is invested where the principal will not only be safe but where it will within the next few years double in value If you are looking for a city in which to engage in business tome to Columbia where business enterprise of all kinds are not only prospering but...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

PAGE EIGHT SAVE TIME DOUBLES Continued from page 7 bottoms alone tlio Missouri it his point that the most fertile land in Boone county is found It requires from 75 to 1 1 no to induce the owners to part with this land although only a small iiart of it is protected from overflow by the Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad embankment Over flow land that is exceptionally swampy and low can be purchased for 17 to 0 an acre Here is Missouris great eat field for conservation Rolling Hand in the southern pan ot the county near the town oi A hlaud is worth from iT to b and will pro duce anything Corn 7 bushels to the acre and oats at The late ol u bushels to the acre are not unknown here On the Two mil prairi land and in the vicinity of WoriliindviIIe is rolling prairie land equally as fer tile and productive that sells around iMi an acre Real estate dealers will tell yon ol farms in th se sections that have changed hands at then 7o and then at lno in the short space of live months Prairie la...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

A 4 I SUNDAY AUGUST 23 1910 ibred and registered animals which are used for demonstration purposes for the students in agriculture Columbia is indeed a university city for more reasons than the fact that it is the seat of the University of Mis souri Xot alone has it this great school as well as a comprehensive pub lic school system including a central high school and four ward schools but it is the location of the Univer sity Military academy the Christian college tor young ladies the Missouri Bible college the Columbia business college and Stephens college for wom en These institutions have a school population of more than 40oo students during the winter sessions The industrial institutions of Col umbia include a shoe factory two ce land cold storage plants four planing mills a large publishing house two wholesale groceries a packing plant bottling works large laundry machine shop a wholesale fruit house two brick yards six hotels live banks a Hour mill and four newspaper and print...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

PAGE TEN 66 v KHSTERS Ladies Tailoring College The school every lady yung or oldshould attend 3rd FLOOR ELVIRA BLDG COLUMBIA MO Peaches ba kets Pars Value S172JC Medicinal Products Hoots and herbs lbs Gin eng lbs Bark lbs Peach -e ds lbs UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Value yJl Flowers and Nur erj Products Nurserj stock lbs ISOh Cut lloweis lbs 7jim Value 4JJo Wool and Mohair Wool lbs lootn Mohair lbs ijO Value J3Sji Dairy Products Butter lbs 131S12 Ice ci earn gal- 2 0o Milk and Cream gal- 1 i i oo Buttermilk gals S100 Chee e pounds tage clnelly cot- rwj Value Sji l2 Forest Products Haidwood lumber leet 1CSO00 Soft luiibei leet 120000 Walnut logs leet Soijo Kailroid ties 2700 Fence and mine posts 2MJit Cordwood cords S1S Coopeiage cars Value TbljU Fish and game products flame lbs Fish lbs 1 S11C lsr0 Furs lbs 10G Turtles lbs UuO Frogs lb- jnO Value 2S4 Mine and Quarrj Products Coal tons 22UC2 Stone ear- 2 Value SSfi Mill Products- Flour bands 244 Coin m al lbs i4sl Bran slnpstuffs lbs 71S21...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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