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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

S 4 v t i j A J SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 THE AUSTIN CONLEY JERSEY DAIRY Columbia citizens are etiiin l fortunate in having in their ninlst the model Dairy Farm ol the state While the quality of the entire milk supiily ot the city is much hotter than the av erage The Austin Conley Jersey Dairy is making a specialty of pure milk anil anyone who will take the trouble to visit their ilairy barns about milking time will be at once convinced that Austin Conley milk is as pine as dis tilled water The dairy is in charge ol P 1 Aus tin He is a practical liaiiyman ot many years experience Mr Austin received his training at the Massachu setts Agricultural College and later worked in a number ol the large dai ries in New Jersey and Xevv York The plans tor the dairy barns and the care of the milk at the Austin Conley dairy comprise the best teatuies or these large establishments The daiiv hcul is ihoiouglibied Jer by the stale eteiinaiiaii loi tubeicu losis and has lcceived a i lean bill ol health ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

PAGE TWELVE UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 Not Only the Largest in Columbia but alsothe Largest in the World We are pleased that Columbia contributes its share to the Largest Shoe business in the world We are also pleased that the Largest Shoe business in the world contributes its share to Columbia WHAT THIS MEANS TO COLUMBIA It means the employment of from 350 to 400 workers who receive annually l 50000 in wages which is placed in circulation through Columbia banks and business institutions 1 It means the shipping into Columbia of several hundred thousand dollars worth of leather every year fl It means the shipping out of Columbia of approximately one million dollars worth of shoes this year alone t The Hamilton Brown Columbia factory is a model of its kind It is 50 feet wide and 250 feet long is 4 stories high and con tains 50000 square feet of floor space The power plant which is additional to the main building is 50x75 feet The building is of steel and cement and wh...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

I INDUSTRIAL SECTION BY C C HOWARD AND W L SIMPSON has and always will be the educational center of the state the Athens of the West The growth of her schools has been commensurate with the growth ot the city and the number of students hero now bear about the same proportion to the number of townspeople as they did ten years ago STEPHENS IOLLECE AND SCHOOL OF MUSIC for Young Women bus enjoyed its share ot patronage and prosperity in the last few years The school has been constantly growing and the board of curators has kept just a little in advance of the demand by wisely adding more building and equip ment whenever necessary In the last three years the building for the Conservatory of Music and a large dormitory have been added The equipment has also been enlarged and several new departments notably one of domestic science installed The school now has dormitory room for 115 girls and 27i teachers and rec itation rooms for 50 Thu interior of the entire building has been re painted r...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

n PAGE FOURTEEN STEPHENS CO FO Yi 01 LIEE i WOMEN Continued from Page 13 The Conservatory of Music has tony soundTproot practice rooms In this respect it leads all coleges in tiie west and is the equal of any institution in the countrj Sound proof practice rooms are demanded by every high class instructor in music and Steph ens College being thus equipped has been able successfully to almost pick their musical faculty from instructors institutions or rar greater prestige than she has Sound proot rooms enables students to acquire a delicacy of touch and an individuality of expres sion imposible where several instru ments are used in the same room Last year there were MA students in the school of music 37 of whom were also attending the University of Missouri Next year the College expects to erect another large dormitory which will provide almost double the room for students boarding at the College At present indications are that the Bchoolwill be filled Applications have been receive...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

4 J SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 also docs all kinds of heavy mill work lie makes a specialty of cabinet work Since rpeniiig his mill he has enjoyed a largo business Without solicita tion he has secured several large or ders from out of town parties while the local contractors patronize him generously During the busy season he employs from four to eight men all of whom are high grade workmen The planing mill business has grown wonderfully in Columbia in the last few years and Mr Wayland has an ticipated the Columbia building boom by installing machinery that will be ample to turn out all the work re quired when the city has a population of twenty thousand COLUMBIA BOTTLING WORKS The Columbia Bottling Works turns out a product that is even some bet ter than the pure food law requires it to be The soda water bottled at this plant is recommended by many Col umbia physicians in cases of fever and bowel and stomach disorders when nothing else will lay on the stomach It has been tested by severa...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

PAGE SIXTEEN FARMERS MILLING COMPANY Continued from Page 13 caution in case of lire When the old mill burned the granary was filled with wheat but was not harmed The mill and granary are located on a tract of ground about four acres in extent The wheat used in the mill is all raised on the farms surrounding Ash land Indeed the soil is so fertile that there Is always a surplus left oer after the mill has secured enough to supply their needs This gives the mill owners an opportunity to select their wheat and only the best of the crop finds its way into the granary 01 the Ashland Roller Mills Besides the X Ray which is the Pat ent and leading brand of flour the company also makes Royal and Favor ite flour both well known brands of Boone County Corn meal and other mill products are also manufactured The output of the mill is sold to Ashland grocers and to dealers in a number of the small towns surround ing Ashland The quality is so good that the company has no trouble dis posing of all ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

13 - I for to Jan sub ood SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 -- w r CENTRAUA MO - MILLERS and GRAIN DEALERS Highest Market Price for all kind of grain 2 and best equipped for handling same Also handle Bran Ship stuff Oil Meal Corn hearts Alfalfa etc Buy and sell all kinds of field seeds We han dle the HUMMER f four The kind that your good wife kneads every hour You can buy it at most any store Order a sack and you will order more Your Patronage Solicited We are equipped to ship grain and feed of all kinds in car load lots If you are in eed of a car load ofcorn or oats write ust for prices UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN ROCHEPORT ROLLER MILLS Some of the best flour made in Boone County is the product of the Rocheport Roller Mills The mill is so named because it is located at Rocheport a small but hustling town located In the southwest corner of the county on the banks of the Missouri River The mill is the property of T J Canole Mr Canole has been in the milling business in Rocheport for thir teen years In...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

PAGE EIGHTEEN 33 B oone C COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN SUNDAY AUGU8T 28 1910 Buy Flour Made in Columbia HIGH PATENT FLOUR is the housekeepers delight it is a boon to the housewife It is the Flour that is always always gives Satisfaction uniform and It does away with worry on baking day i THIS FLOUR IS SOLD BY MANY FIRST CLASS GROCERS IN CENTRAL MISSOURI We also carry different kinds of Feeds such as Corn Corn Meal Corn Chop Cotton Seed Meal Alfal fat Champion Molasses Feed Bran Ship Stuff Hay Oats and Chicken Feed Your Patronage Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed ounty Milling and Elevator Company MISSOURI i i t 4 I 1 M

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

1 INDUSTRIAL SECTION BY C C HOWARD AND W L SIMPSON 1X11 Li I J OTm I and any man can gc t a job This has induced a spirit ot independence in certain classes and they make no i Ln Kiipfr H m i a volume n gyjWIITH 1 it to hold onto a petition when once scoured rib- laitiry iui u o i mj moio -killed hands and anj lauon unrkei a ill be Mire to imd a job at the ilam liiton 1ru Shoe Factory in Colombia j fartoiy bands maintain four baseball t is tio member- of which U oie Horn the aiious departments They phi Ramus at the lair giounds 1 er Satin day f i n on and interest among the factory operatois is so keen fiat Satin d afternoon has become a hall holiday at the tactory The girls al o Mai ted a basketball league They had their courts and played on the factor hivn During the incesaml hot w athor the gpmet were diM ontinued but they -ill be re- lied tins tali A uto id s alO ir nl up fioin worlds ai tie t i Tin M ie coin ens twice a week on tli ifauoiy lawn and these concerts hae ne to be c...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

PAGE TWENTY CHRISTIAN COLLEGE A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Now Entering Upon Its Sixtieth Year of Successful Work NEW BUILDINGS BEING ERECTED Home Life of Girls Ideal Room for 150 Stu dentsStrong Faculty Beautiful Campus Now enteris apoa r -a of snceeiafsl work nsnii bears tie procrf Jy jija -- rg the Sr school eer chartered v it -it oa praiata f Maonrl f egiaiatire for ta collate j kealri thZ set to edocatio cf jxrcesKct woiea Tie kXikL ia tie chcy e of a h i I 5rv The a fcT 3- I JS a II - started a3 v- aa the ehar er Ceied In Ma present It of- stitntlors of t3 knri is tie Its bjdrrgs are an a r aad miade an a afo cair 1 jt iZd gse all- recark f sr ii cy revest dc - -- are a in as iaiiar - fpy of azi Jert 2 f r toilet par- II at t of the - rj -- and well ar r will b i a ranged barhrco are farnifeed wit T cd k3 eti water The greonrfs are of th jx7 sar iatf off rh beaatful driveways irraE tid BaerrstE rhnii coerts for- the ones by - grounds aiih boat a srsali hegiculB the vr afford rost delEii...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

r SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 BHHBBiBHjHBHESSIBHZSBSSS2J9EBBSmBHHB9il THE PA THE BOONE COUNTY MILL Boone County is justly proud of its magnificent milling plant located at Columbia It is the largest mill in the county and one of the largest in Central Missouri The building is four stories high and built of brick The mill iiroiicr was built in 1S9G after an old mill had been destroyed by fire In lJOC sev eral large additions were made and now the building covers one fourth of a city block down town besides a large hay warehouse alongside the Wa bash tracks The mill will make ir0 barrels of flour per day The granary will hold 100000 bushels of wheat Power to run this large establish is generated by a 150 horse power engine The brands of flour made at the Boone County Mill and they are brands known all over Missouri are the High Patent and Columbia Belle Besides flour the mill makes corn meal and corn products and handles a complete line of feed including hay and alfalfa Their downtown feed ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

PAGE roriv n z 3 S rf fe iS2 sSic r uaJI f llllfctTJfefc J 1 HriH i 4viHIBK3HkLk rvr Spsaa10 - 1 -- - i - - - 1 - 1j S- 5f - - a---2 - t L Car- - ttrait -- Tt r -- j -- h tiacy i re- t - ar Haiet c -- - h - -v - t -- 4 - U 1 C Vgr I isl I i 1 H ySwxKsscjr t4 ru - - - - i it t uir -A nzi r j i - rrlrrj j f t omzvivjs on rea eslaf for izb2j3 tr a rv oiie bursd - adv two lci1rs Th e A- tis rr f ei en property Hsehargi Xatioaal Bank Blcg -roved har tgl per csrt iniereet UN1VERSITY MISSOURIAN Furniture Rugs Undertaking T C SCRUGGS a C Scruggs believes in the future Columbia This is probably due in I5 t to the fact that Mr Scruggs has remarkably successful in his bus- ess ventures here but he is a hust e citizen who believes t 2 s nothing is too good for the town scruggs ons one of the best ining Mills in Central Missouri It a ncor space of 12000 feet and is dipped throughout with the best ard st modem machines The build- g is located on Broadway and was J scted by Mr Scruggs last w v- er...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

1 1 i SUNDAY AUQU9T 28 1910 Hnbia uvii her own Electric L gbi nvd Water Department These vere purchased some jears ago and Columbia has now had ample time to t i municipal ownership thoroughly It has been successful Although there are some who object to it and find fault with the service it is safe to say that wre the matter put to a vote the majority in favor of the cities re taining the plant would be four or five to one Municipal ownership is a very at tractive proposition where factories are to be located The city is in most cases able to furnish light and power much cheaper than private jjsirr would and Columbia is no ex ception She Invites factories to in her midst and offers them ev r Inducement in the snaps of cheap and power Mr J M Sherman the Superintend t of the plant has had many things i onrend with in the past two years 1 in i it has heeit growing so rapidly that ii ii- In n almost impossible jrr th plant i V ep pace with it At i mi ih fcwri has been uniformly Ki Jti i...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

PAGE TWENTY FOUR U fMHiUfcU I iJJHUll A H SHEPARD Pres WHITE EAGLE DAIRY VJ Tic v t In iGutcrzi - ril ti and C ill i rt o in ttt - ci CKi r u Ini t - in o rat- i Marshall C rn i IL - 71- 7- t Oara ii- aj aal id - i - tJi r u - are ail -- all eilk r - treatment ur germ- The s aH i n - ano ry cated at N IT Suit f ih It was o Bd a thoroughly and la KuIv I1 I - Mflfc taLir i atil -- rort iviiiL platri n fben i into the Pa ic nir a ti is dmil V j iri u tf r WHITE 7 S Ti i C LI U -hi ui N - riK AJ 3i5 i - 5 im -v A - r at vr ffLsSrf f V7 tt4 IS fc Sftw v JV j i T s L - fegeaEaaEiii iiirrrwiiii A PARADE SCENE SELLS FLOTO SHOWS t I Alt it IS sv i oceJ bit ween kT and in a short time t h n 4lk ha ben rau scrxs are killed - plate of the it - i vv vl ti abjin - - i is alio -Ad in e ihf nuik froia v i nra tfll work ar one tiiuD The i rniy a reiri rator It t sit vet pqaar iiau t -rd and 4S iu u i there ail the tune C3 luani m Tin bottles and cans -1 n u e at the iat a r eah us- ah rt in boiling ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

M SUNDAY AUGUST 28 1910 The Columbia Telephone System is the best in the world This is not only the opinion of Columbians who have a right to be proud of the plant the plant was rebuilt last summer for THE COLUMBIA TELEPHONE BUiLDING tieulars The Columbia Telephone Sjc lKudon system Contractors To Those Who Contemplate Building We ask that you give us an op portunity to figure on your work J We have erected some of the best residences and business houses in the city CJ We have the contract and are now at work on the Stewart office building corner 7 th and Broadway See us before you build UNIVERSITY MISSOURJAN tern leads the world Indeed the Some plants- mav hav one or two ou ot outdoor construction is to per- of the improvements that make the feet and so original that it is reierrcd Columbia plant a mode but so far but the opinion of more than one J to among telephone men as the is telephone men have been able to hundred telenhnnp evnerts who havcL nn Rvsrpni fsn enllpil 1 A discove...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 28 August 1910

PAGE TWENTY SIX USMVERS17Y MISSOURIAN SUNDAY AUGUST 28 HO BLACKLAND OK BLACKLAND is surrounded by the cream farm lands of the Great Osage Nation As is well known the Western half in which Blackland is located consists of the choicest black land farms in the State of Oklahoma BLACKLANDS in the center of this magnificent farming country is on the Midland Valley Railroad sixteen miles North west of Pawhuska BLACKLANDS natural location marks it invitably as a place with a future With the pressure of incoming population Blackland is destined to beccme one of the largest cities in Oklahoma The Midland Valley railroad recognizing the importance of this location even before the Government set aside this place as a Townsite constructed at this Doint the largest cattle vards in the State with several miles of side tracks Termsj lO o cash lO oo per month f 7 7 f c This wonderful Indian country has among its many resources Oil and Gas in the greatest quantities round any where in the United Sta...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 August 1910

L m m UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME n TWO FACTORIES MAY COM ETO COLUMBIA Metal Radiator and Pressed i Steel Locker Concerns Seek Location UP TO COMMERCIAL CLUB Wabash Railroad Recom mends That Concerns Build in This Citv Columbia has been recommended to two manufacturing concerns as a de sirable location for factories by the in dustrial department of the Wabash Railroad The notification of I he of fers was received last week by M D Bell station agent at Columbia and have been turned over to tho Com mercial club One of the offers Is from the Kan sas City Pressed Metal Radiator com pany recently organized to be put into operation within a few months The letter from the Industrial depart ment to the Columbia station agent states that the company is capitalized at 75000 under the laws or the state of Missouri 46500 of which has been paid in The machinery for the man ufacture of the products is now being made in the Kast by the firm of K W Ellss Company of Brooklyn N Y Wants Information 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. — 29 August 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Am XTtnlnxPrnllr br the Stcdenti In the School ol JonraaUjaiatQie HuiTKiitr ot 2luoari yTEEiDcg Kewj Editor UMiyiEaixr msaouRus association Incorporated ZxtLX Peabson President VaumiBkyjst crearjr Tiiscis alLWiET Treasurer C A HaavrT WiiUiiu Ban D OCT Jaxz i Mat J E CHAsyorr - OFFICE 15 NORTH EIGHTH 3TEEET - - TELEPHONE 55 Inland t the PoitoSce at Columbia Ho u aecond cUu matter J SUBSCRIPTION PEICE 3nrrUblT In AdTanc By Mail or Carrier By carrier per yar J400 By mall pr year J300 ADVKMIflDJQ KATES ON APPLICATION TrwoMierfiki 1 after reading notices Indi cate thttj are paid advertising AddrMi all commnnicationi to JJMIYBBSITV MI3S0CEIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY WHAT IS COLUMBIAS STANDARD The city whose privilege it is to be the home of a state university owes something more to the thouand of young men and wonirn who are its guests for four years than to feed and clothe and hous them to cater to their desires for amusement and ent...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 August 1910

f 3 s tf it I 5 s 4 I I MONDAY AUGUST 29 1910 CLASSIFIED ADS FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT at 105 South Sixth St DRESSMAKING MRS JOE CRAI go offers 10 per cent discount for the next 10 days Style and workman ship guaranteed Telephone 978 Dancing lessons given by a student 813 Range Line FOR SALE ONE TWO BURNER gasoline stove and one mission library table Both practically new very rea sonable -Parties leaving town Call 240 BIack MrsOrme FOR RENT THIRTEEN ROOM houae all modern in ideal location ad joining University campus Apply Ira T Q Stone Central Bank HOUEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE AT 711 Missouri Avenue PASTURE GOOD GRASS AND running Water One fourth mile from pavedatreet Call Phone 531 White FOR RENT THE CENTRAL HL 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 five or six room house with modern conveniences and in good lo cation Telephone Sy2 Green LOST A PALE RED MILK COW Horned F...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 29 August 1910

PAGE FOUR Columbia Theatre Wednesday Aug31 THE GREATEST OF LL COMEDIENNES c race Cameron m C H KERRS Great Master Piece Nancy Sale optns Monday Aug 29 at Theatre Prices 50c 75c 1 150 Phone 473 -Black Lot All i a T Fountain INSURE your propi u ty The Mis Saurian daily till January 1 1911 for only one dollar INCREASE IN CHARITIES High Cost of Living is Hard on Phil anthropists XEW YORK Aug 2 The high cost or living is blamed by the Xew York ehy department of i haritie for an increase of more than a million dollars or nearly D per ernt m the estimated cost of rariiiR tor the i itys poor during I he year lull The Tor the lUl budge is 120lo over the allowance tor this year and a total of estimated expi nse lor 11M1 of t2271lT Tin- depart miiit caie daily for more than litintii siek or otherwise depend ent iiersons equivalent to Cdniiuti persons per year Tie- expense then fore is about a dollar per person COAT EATS 5200 NOTE Animal Killed but Woman Wont Re imburse Its Owner PARIS Auk 2 Th...

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