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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 September 1910

I 1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME n TUBERCULOSIS CAR TO BE HEOATURDAY Exhibits and Explanations of Causes Effects and Cures of Disease IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC In Campaign Against the Plague Missouri Is Leading The car containing exhibits of the causes effects and cures of tubercu losis sent out of over the state of Missouri by the Missouri Association for the Relief and Control of Tubercu losis will arrive in Columbia at noon Saturday and will be open to the pub lic Saturday afternoon and night The car has been on exhibit in thirty eight towns and twenty eight counties in the last two months and those traveling with the exhibit have addressed more than 30000 persons The car for the exhibit has been furnished by the Frisco Railroad and the Missouri Kansas and Texas Mis souri Pacific and the Cotton Belt Railroads have allowed the society the use of their tracks in Missouri The car recently returned from a trip In Southern Missouri and is now in St Louis The second trip will begin Septemb...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 September 1910

y 3 I PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Kyrahn Dally by the Btudenu in the School of Joanallra m th Holrergity of Misaouri HUY EBIDWOS Sew Editor OMlTXBSfrT MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporated Eiklx Pearson President Vacohn Bryant Secretary Fbancjj anwAKT Treaiurer C A Habvct J F Williams Him D GUT Jamh 6 May J E CBAS50FF OFFICE 18 NORTII EIGHTH 8TEEET TELEPHONE 55 Entered at the Iostoflice at Columbia Mo econd clau mall matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICK SnrerUbly in Advance By Mall or Carrier Br carrier per year 400 Br mall par year 300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Two asterisks aftur reading notices indi cate they are paid iiij Addreu all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY BOONE CO WANTS FRONT SEAT The national good roads convention which Is to meet in St Louis at the end of this month ought to attract a large gathering of sympathizers from Missouri It is perhaps not put ting it too strong to assert that no other single influence is...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 September 1910

TUE6DAY SEPTEMBER 6 CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED MILLINERY SALES Women only those willing to work need apply Miss Harris 1012 Broadway FOR SALE NEWSPAPER WITH 7u0 subscribers 3 column C pages well equipped ollice only newspaper in growing town of 1000 independent politically monthly receipts average 130 to 200 Address R B Griffith Jasper Missouri WANTED A GOOD LIVE LOCAL Representative for the Underwood Typewriter Company in Columbia One who wants to make Fifty or Sixty Dollars per month by doing a little hustling References required Address H P Bryant Dist Mgr Marshall Mo FOR RENT TWO rooms at 505 Lyons st FURNISHED FOR RENT HOUSE JUST COM pleted Eight rooms 1316 Keiser ave nue I expected to occupy it but have just purchased another Pi of Hlb bard 1307 Keiser ave Phone 735 black FOR SALE A HEATING STOVE at 211 South 10th St FOR RENT NEWLY DECORAT ed and re furnlBhed students rooms in Lowry Hall Single iron sanitary beds best cotton felt mattress quarter-sawed waxed oak gentlemans chif fon...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 September 1910

w if l t i v r nn PAGE FOUR Prof Manley Hudson Here Dr Manley Hudson who is to succeed Professor H C Hill in the SSchool of Law at the University of Missouri arrived in Columbia yester day - 481- 481- University Messenger Resigns Walter Krazier messenger at University has resigned Tandy Denning Furniture and dertaking Phone Day or Night Black SPECIAL One Day Only Wednesday Sept 7 MATINEE 230 EVENING 7 4400 FEET 4 REELS Nelson Wolgast Fight Pictures The only original and copyrighted Moving Pictures of that Great Lightweight Cham pionship Contest fought last February 22nd at Richmond Point California The only opportunity you will have of seeing this great contest Interesting from the time the referee intro duces the fighters to the final blow in the 40th round You will see it just as it oc curred at the ringside A Dollar Show CHILDREN 1 0c ADULTS 25 Ladies Cordially Invited Shall We Put it up again or Not As it is well known to the public that I have given my lot away and having bough...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

1 I 31 UNIVERSITY MESSOURIAJST VOLUME n ELECTION 0RD1NANC E COUNGL Date for Vote on 125000 Bond Issue Approved Last Night POLLING PLACES NAMED Judges Are Named for Each Ward Tuesday Septem ber J7 Is the Dav Tho ordinance providing for the submission of the bond issue ol 12 000 for the improvement of tho water and light system in Columbia to a vote on September 27 was presented last night at the regular meeting of the city council and passed and ap proved Following the setting of the date by the mayor three weeks ago tho council ordered that the ordinance providing for the election be drawn up and passed according to law The ordinance has been drawn some time but not until last night was it ofliciaily accepted The date for such an election must be set thirty days before and the or dinance providing for the election has to be passed by at least fifteen days before the election The ordinance for this election was ordered to be drawn following the fixing of the date by the mayor and its...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

r Lff w I 11 1 I f J u I ffli i sc t - PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Breninc Dally bx the Stadenu In the School ol Joarnaliim U the BnlTenltr of Missouri Habet e Ridings News Editor UWrVERSITZ MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION Incorporated EAMX Pkaisos lreldent Vaughn Bryant Secretary Fbascis Stewart Treasurer CA HARrsv J F WILLIAM Haszx li Gjrr James G May J E CHAStorr OFFICE IB NORTH EIGHTH STREET TELEPHONE 55 Snurtd at the Post office at Colombia Mo as aecond cUts mail matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE JnTiriablT In Advance By Hail or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mall per year 1300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Two asterisks after reading notices imll eate they are paid ad ertisins 11WON 6 Ll Address all communications to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LAEGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY SEE MOBERLY AND BOOST The special train which will be run to Moberyl from Columbia to morrow offers a splendid opportunity lor residents of this city to visit the Show You congress The Colum bia Com...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910 a In Zj ai of Of I at B UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN I i N in i h S J k W I kI h j j w JL v ifc 17 1 JL JL j BIT of FALL -V - PAGE THREE the right thing m clothes 1 he principal works or art which we want you to see are the suits and i t r i overcoats made expressly for you by HICRFF ii J ol J i chaffner Marx felfayy3 1 I HI A mmMrf I 4- W U f w mfr mmm av w xvl vtm HOCKADAY ONE PRICE CASH CLOTHIERS This Store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes CLOTHING nd other good things to wear is now open for the critical examination of you men who are good judges Copyright Hart Schaffner Mara thegreafcestclothes makersin the world You may consider this an invitation to attend the opening of our studio and look over the beautiful things shown here fl This season youll find many beau tiful new colorings in grays browns blues plain colors and rich patterns stripes plaids checks many distinct novelties which are not to be found in any other line In overcoats as well as ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

vl t A 1 y 4j I PAGE FOUR WE ARE ldU TO SHOW YOU The Most Complete Line W FOR Suits Overcoats and I Our HAT Stock Is Com plete rousers ever shown in the city of Columbia We Guarantee You Satisfaction in every respect workmanship qual ity and fit Every Garment made in our own Shop under our own supervision by REAL TAILORS Call and see our line of High Class Tailoring and Gents Furnishings ffp Every x 4ir ano VCme Color EVERY HAT GUARANTEED COLUMBIA MO Ji HAS G000 EXHIBIT AT LAO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN d Columbia and Boone County Display One of the Larg est There SHOW YOUBEGAN TODAY Products of Manv Tarts of Missouri Are Now at Moberlv Tlu exhibits Mom Columbia and Hoonc county ai the Show You Con gros in Molierly which opened to day sue as extensive as those from any other county accouliiig to the piomoters of the exposition Tlie Col uivbin Commercial club with the co oiieration of the citizens and business men arranged exhibitions of most or the resources of the county ami these with ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

1 1 1 1 l i - WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910 10 o Discount on all Lace Curtains 50 Dozen all Linen Pleached Nap kins Sale Price per nn 20 Doz Six 90 Splendid Quality bleached Sheets S5 cent values Sale Price OvC FROM MANY PROFESSIONS Writers of Popular Fiction Come From Various Occupations Aiming those who studied law we have Fielding Scott Charles Reade Wilkie Collins Ulackmore Washing ton Irving Ceorge Meredith Robert Oiant Henry James Anthony Hope Rider Haggard and Owen Wister Jour nalism which Mr Kipling once de fined as one legitimate branch of the profession is represented by Dickens David Christie Murray William Hlack J M Harrie Marion Crawford George W Cable Stephen Crane George Barr MeCutcheon Frank Norris Rich ard Harding Davis and David Graham Phillips The navy and the merchant marine have given us Smollett Cap tain Marryat Fenimore Cooper Clark Russell Joseph Conrad and Morgan Robertson Artists and architects include Thackery Du Maurier Hopkinson Smith Robert Chambers Thomas...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

C 1 1 S 1M pr f 1 t II Jf n j r HI PAGE tlX UNIVERSITY MIBSOURIAN rvjrawjjqgy j - WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910 Patronize a Home Industry COOK WITH GAS t - NO DUST NO SMOKE NO ASHES THE GAS BROILER The oven must be heated previous to roasting the same as for broiling 1 0 minutes full heat Turn meat frequently leaving door open until each side is seared Then place roast lower down in the oven add seasonings and begin basting with the fat which drips into the pan The oven flame may also be reduc ed and as a rule the front burner will do all the work after the preliminary browning of the surface Red meats so roasted taste more like the old fashioned roast before an open fire than when cooked in any other manner Not a drop of water is required for basting if there be a proper amount of fat and the heat be moderate after basting is begun The roast may be covered with an inverted pan to prevent too rapid cook ing especially if upper oven be in use for quick baking We allow 1 5 minutes to the...

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

a t l s ii - i 1 t r xl I WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Ready for M A You will find in our Stock all the Late and priced at prices that will pi W O py otyies you PAGE SEVEN OUR FALL AND WINTER LINE OF FOOTWEAR FO WE ARE MAKING A SPECIALTY OF SCHOOL SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS M ll BBS BIII II j Without a doubt we are showinj this season ever seen in Col um invitation to inspect our line the finest line of Footwear ye 1 i ial r ft

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

A It i ll a ll t it i i 1 mm alii ni5 lHli PAGE EIGHT riwywj gJ First I H111I A H SHEPARD Pres lHJJIl r r1 Tfe n Ihe o usiness The pioneer Automobile Dealers of Central Missouri Agency for Maxwell and Reo cars UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Our new Stone Garage A fire proof building recently completed We have the only machine shop in the city and we are equipped to do all kinds of automobile repair work TIRES VULCANIZED We handle the best of gasoline oils and greases and all kinds of accessories ST LOUIS ALUMNI SUPPORT ILL TAX Continued from Page 1 university is valued in the millions of dollars Distribution of literature showing the importance of the univetsity in an educational and industrial v ay and the necessity for stable and permanent support of the character given sister Institutions in neighboring St ifs is the work to be done by the alumni Minnesota wnobe population is but little over half that of Missouri and whose wealth falls below that of Mis coiiri by over 40OuO0OU0 gives its ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

V SHOW YOU EDITION BY C C HOWARD AND W L SIMPSON UNTVERSI Volume n Columbia is a city of homes More fine dwellings are tc be found within its limits than in any city ot its si7e in the state if not in the world Once moed to Columbia when the time came for them to retire from active business built themselves a home and educated their children They still move to Columbia build them selves homes and educato their chil dren but they do not ictire fioiu act ive business The opportunities for successful in vestment are too many and too varied in Columbia now People who move to Columbia with the idea of letiring and enjoying what they have made are soon routed fiom their seclusion by the lure of a profitable business opening and enter upon some new filed of business activity The Citys Rapid Growth Columbia i the most rapidly grow ing city in Missouri Her growth is bo steady and so natural that resi dents of the city scarcely notice it and comparisons must be made with the year previous for...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

1 if mi J qfei Mm ai siW - i 1 i PAGE TEN nnnwri i C H H S B B ik vbi A a2aBlt Jfeve sup WeB fColumbia Merchants Will Sell Yon Goods at the Right Prices - The rapidity with which Columbia has grown along commercial lines has beon the admiration and astonihuient of the people of Central Missouri vThis phenominal growth has not been jdue to chance but is the outgrowth vof a vast amount of energy push and enterprise on the part oi the men sjwho represent the business interests of Columbia Men are at the helm rln the business affairs of Columbia who know no such word as fail and nvho undertake great things for the fcity with the full assurance that ftheir efforts will bring desired results jJDue to this energy sreat mercantile Festabliahments both wholesale and re ftall are to be found in Columbia The Smen who -are at the head of these en terprises are men that have been schooled in sound business principles fand who understand thoroughly the grelationa of the buyer and seller They are ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

-Hi - WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910 imBBSsmsBssaEssmsssaaa zjaEzsassa IS THE TIME TO ACT When clid prospects ever look brighter for Columbia It is a winning game to you from now on if investments are made in Columbia Real Estate r Are You Q TVs riumbm t nr J M dont butt into every tiling thats offered you Come des with men posted as to values location and prospects who are ca pable careful competent and conservative McDonnell Bros will serve you accept bly and your correspondence is solicited FARM AND CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE m m w jr m m Siirplus iroiIuits of Hoone toiinlj laKcu from tlie thirt iiisi annual ro jiurt of tlic bureau m labor statistics of Misbouri lor the jour t adinj Xo voinber 7 1WJ Live Stock Cattle head 2iii Iogs bead K14T Hnrvs and muljo hoad Sbec bead 7iu7 Ccatb bead M JaeViS fctallioiu head 21 Value 2 Hr19 lariiiyard lliiducts Poultry lie lb 21n22c Poultry Iroshcd lb- lrSi12 Kkrs ilfcn 1i71SiO Feathers lbs 2b03U Value nii41X Apiary and Cine Produeitj Money omds l72n...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

Hi th sa m PAGE TWELVE THE GUITAR BUILDING NOW BEING ERECTED Old Missouri is Prosperous JEFFERSON CITY Sepi 7 The regular monthly report oi State Treas urer James Cowgill tiled with Co ernor Hadley at the close of business August 31 shows the condition of the Etato treasury as follows Balanco on hand at the close of bus iness July ol 1910 was u7S 317 receipts during the month ot August 53S371SSS disbursements during Au gust l13i63GG leaing i general balance of hand at tne close of busi ness August 31 ot 17T5itJ The heavy disbursements during Au gust were due to the distribution of 1800000 public school money to the several counties The balanco in the treasury is held by the state dcpositoiies as follows Cash in treasurers vaults ii2iy 66 Exchange banlc Jefferson City 8100SS7 First National bank lefTer son City 790C70S bank or St Louis 2012S3G Mississippi Valley Trust company of St Louis 12Sj410S National Hank Cm J ot Commerce oi Kansas Cit llsuO 34 The earnings of the Missouri peni ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

fw 5Hh PAGE THIRTEEN FACTOR IN DEATH RATE Labor Commissioner Hiller Writes En- tertaingly of One ot Missouris Great Natural Resources JEFFERSON CITY Mo Sept 7 Millions of gallons or highly medicat ed spring waters are wasted annually In Missouri himply because their val ues are not generally known and the demand for them is not as extensive as it ought to be and will be an nounces the opening paragraph of the chapter in the 1910 Hed Book devoted to the Mineral Waters of Missouri Their Curative Properties In 190D over a million gallons of Missouris natural mineral wafers were shipped to the large cities of Missouri Illinois and other slates and there sold at wholesale for about 12r 000 For St Louis this amount of money includes the receipts for med icated waters which were used for bathing purpose As it now is what waters are nt made use ol for commercial pu posss hey w mnUe tllat ecUon of Mis including battling are atioveu io run to waste the consumption not rear hc TCgiltaT frsh bm...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

HI i m i it v hi ISV 2i it Ui j PAGE FOURTEEN COLUMBIAS GROWTH Continued from Pago J Is higher than in any other town in thig part of the State and although this fact would at first thought cause people to hesitate ahout moving here It is for this very reason that they come Real estate has increased in value and it Is still increasing in Col umbia and it is for this reason that the sensible investor moves here as soon as he can According to all real ty dealers and men acquainted with the situation here the values probably will continue to increase for the next five years Columbia has only begun her phenomenal growth and the man who invests in Columbia realty today is assured of a decided increase in value within the next five years The business district has continued to expand the last few years and the area nearly doubled in ten years The residence districts are being removed farther out every year and a plat of a newly laid off sub division is pre sented at nearly every meeting of...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

sis I WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1910 A i UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN are preparea to quote you pnce n We want a share of your trade and th will secure your patronage Come and be convince d PAGE FIFTEEN CONTRACTORS BUILDERS DO YOU WANT TO SA VE MONEY IF SO COME TO PAYNES HA WA E I A p Mr BEFORE PLACING YOUR NEXT ORDER FOR Builders Hardware am TORE lis 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 PAYNES HARDWARE STORE

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 7 September 1910

J u i ml a ft Mi i t ifiiCfiW IritlS1 l a PAGE SIXTEEN 817-819-821 Broadway OLilA 481- 110 Feet of Show Window Space MS I TO W FRONT Commercial Club the Most Active In the State Al ways Considers Wel fare of Citv LiKht Plant for City of jO000 People to be lSuilt Socn The e e of M zzcvr bia Thi s louncrva ate en e cducatiincl comnmnitv has vorred up fur it eU an era cf prosreiity and TOth Dat put it in a class by iis rlt in comparon V ith other Missouri cities Columbia tereiis of the city ahvajs at heart tlu points with pride to its phenominal club officials weigh all matters con growth i population of oer 100 pr corning it as carefully as they woiId cent in one decade The government their own bu sincs enterprises This census gives it that The real growth I policy has kept out or Columbia all Is 100 per cent increase in five years kinds of ventures without the pioper for five years of the last decade had financial backing and its results aie passed before Columbia took upon it- appai...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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