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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 December 1908

1 iiy 11 ji H II J limit"1 Will. . .!llLilJJiJ!lllBO!M.IWMiiliWWiii'WM '' .11 WWWHrW"rifflMMMIM UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1908. "19 l POE'S CENTENARY TO BE CELEBRATED Fitting Ceremonies Planned at Virginia University January 1G to 23. POET'S HOME TO BE MUSEUM Distinguished Writers and Educators Will Honor Author of "Raven." l"i ir one full session, that of H20, IMgnr Allen ln was a student in the Unher-ity of Virginia. distinguishing liinie!f I iy marked proficiency in Latin an! I'rencli ami in Italian translation; well known to the librarian a- a free n-er of lii- hooks, w ith (li-criminating taste in the -election-; made; and noted among the students for athletie proxv-i's- and gift of narration. On Jan. 1!. 1!0!). the University of Virginia. iiond of l'oe's distinction in the world of letters, will do honor to his nieiiion . not merely for hi- s.ike hut as sijrn of her own gratitude to him for spreading wide her reputation a- an educational institution. The c...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 December 1908

mwrm4UWwmmwm S3Bsa7Sas?"Ses ;xi I UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1908. m ii II Sr 1 i ,iri m I S f IS" Take your Watch and Jewelry Repairing to WHEELER'S There's Quality in Our Work C. W. FURTNEY Tungsten, Tantalum and Gem Lamps. Students' Shades 712 Broadway For facial Matt age. Scalp Treat' mint. Manicuring, Shampooing, Elmctrlcal Dryer used, tew MISS HOOE Room A03 Exchange Bank Bldg. Ice Plant Skating Rink PHONE 169 FOR PRIVATE PARTIES NEW MANAGEMENT Admission, 10c Skates, 15c TOLSTOI GREATEST IN SOCIAL LABORS Miss Cole, Member of Current Events Club, Praises Russian. GIRL- STUDENTS ARE MEMBERS Weighty Topics Discussed at Meetings of the Organization. A. M. Baird Attorney at Law Office Exchange National Bank building J. G. WILLIAMS BARBER home: or e. z. shaves MODERN BATH ROOMS 74 Broadway Phone 288 SCHWEICH'S TRANSFER Room'i Phone 34 South StK St. v Solicits your Baggage, Bus, Cab and Trunk Business Th BroQQwny Otfeon MOVING PICTURE SHOW Today's Program: Colonial...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 December 1908

rrvmim-W! M.wwtwH'jfc'yjgwiwrt S3 SpE V5-W . -., . . . UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAJNT. m r VOLUME I. EARTH WAS ONCE R. B. PRICE'S BANK President of Boone County National Buried His Money. SCRAP-BOOK TELLS ABOUT IT Moseley's Collection Relates How Venable Took Part of a Woman. New spaper lcpoits f tin" inaugura tiim of President A. lloss Hill an- tin' .i t ft articles pasted in tin crap-liook of .1. A. Mo-olcy, u negro janitor of tin Universitj- of Mi ouii since lSDo. The scrap-liook contains articles :iliont oe-curn-nees in tin L'niver-ity, ami in Co liiiiiliia for the last fifty jears. One of the first is aliout the peril ot hanking in Colnniliia during the Civil War. liy It. I!. Price, now president of the Hooiie- County National Hank. It relates how Mr. Price Imrieil several thousand dollars in a tin box: in the woods when a "Jajhawk" invasion was expected, and again how he carried ?.'l. OIK) with him to a party in the country, and during the festivities, slipped from the house, lmiied ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 December 1908

BWiP5 3iz3F. h3 2fl-f3& r,t-st'-. & w UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1908. nar r life is.- HUE I. ft I. r 1 '. .A 1 k? 1 . m t m HrX m &: irnlversity Missourian An tuning newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolJajr by the Department of Journalism of the University of Xlissou ri. Entered at the postolTice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SCKSCKIITIOX-Iiiiarinbly in Alliance: Ily Mall or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Setiictrr, $1.35. Single Copies, Tun Cent. Business Officp Kocm E. Academic Hall, Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Ncmuekn: Department office. 3-T. Newsroom, 74. Itusiness Otlice, 711. Owl Approrrtt Artrrrtinhiy Acceptrtt. Hatr on .lo"trfif ion. Address all communication to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. -rtji; sm& UNIVERSITY CALENDAR The Soe Dec. 17. Dee. IS. Deo. 10. Dee. 22. Dee. 2:5. .Tan. .". .Tan. 7. .Tan. I J. .Tan. 1!. Feb. -4. Feb. 11. Fell. IS. 1-Vli. 23. Mar. 4. Mar. 11. Mar. IS. Mar.2.-...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 December 1908

9&B&sm UNIVERSITY M1SSOUBIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1908. FEW EXPERIENCED TRACK MEN OUT But Coach Monilaw Has a Wealth of New Material to Choose From. TWO MEETS WITH JAYHAWKERS Missouri Also May Enter Events at Chicago and Philadelphia. 'I i. lining for tin- -prinjj track meets of the Unierit of Misoun has be ihii .nid alreatH j larjrt hunch of util ities are at work in Uothuell (Jxiima siuin. Onh nine of these men liae prciously appeared on tin? 'Varsity squad ami only I'no of them are "M" men in traik. There i- a wealth ot new material of mmh promise, hut the Unierity has not heen so short on cperiencel traik men for M-wral jur, i" the opinion of the t oat lie-. AH onri will ajMiii meet Kan-a- this jear in two track meet-. The lir-t will le the annual imlooi meet at Kan -a- On in Munli. The -etond will le an outdoor meet at r.awriiiie in Ma . Missouri al-o will prohahlv meet i-hinj;ton at St. I.oui- in an indooi contest ami at Columbia lattr m the spring in an outdoor mte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 17 December 1908

WiraBOTisFTOTOi fT?-"- ft$He&ik EFv UNIVERSITY MJSSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1908 I. vrr Arl $8 fpifSpjpppfffWg 1 mt ttjfc 48 2 J A K - If l iji IB) I P E itew r JACCARD'S GIFT BOOK Sent Free Upon Request Contains a thousand Christinas Gift suggestions in Silver, Gold, Glass, Novelties highest grades reasonable prices. Send today. We give the students cordial invitation to our store. Jaccard Jewelry Co. Kansas City, Mo. HE WILL LECTURE ON ' WORK OF SCULPTOR ECKSTEIN CHEERED C. W. FURTNEY Tungsten, Tantalum and Gem Lamps. Students' Shades 712 Broadway J. G. WILLIAMS BARBER HOME Or E. Z. SHAVES MODERN BATH ROOMS 74 Broadway Phone 288 bbbbbibbbf rs92aVHaValBBBBBBBBBf BBBBBBBrSsr " . s7issss& bSbSbSbSbSBBBBBBY LHIIIIHfl.' A"' i ?S!t. M KlpOjV -.r '-atataBllllllllllllM BY CROWD Missouri University Student, Heir to Millions, Speaks in St. Louis. RELATES ESCAPE FROM RUSSIA Far Facial Malt age. Scalp TraaU mmnt. Manicuring, Shampooing, Electrical prymr uMd. tmm MISS HOOE Room 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 December 1908

mzzmgFmm " ..-- . -.- - - -- .- Fr9i&sttrvrxwmrti l MiSMfflrrr1 s-ij?r' UOTYERSITY MISSOUIUAN. VOLUME I. ROOSEVELT CALLED UPON FOR PROOF House Demands His Evidence That It Is Afraid of Being Investigated. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1908. T BASKETBALL GAME THIS EVENING FIRS HE IS EXPECTED TO REPLY Resolution of the "Spanking Committee" Unanimously Adopted. Ilj United rrr. WASIIIXHTOX, I)W. lS.-The report m tla- President's annual message agreed upon by tlie "Spanking" Com mittee of the House yesterday, ealls upon the President to submit to the Hoiim- the information upon uhieh he based the insinuation that the incmlx-rs of the lloue were afraid of being in- estimated by the secret .service. -Mr. ltennet of New Wk moved to strike out a paragraph of the resolu tion to the effect that the President's language was a plain intimation that Congressmen were afraid of an investi gation by the secret service. The par agraph, however, when put to a vote, was carried. 270 to 1...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 December 1908

p-"- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1908. !& fill IF f tf University Missourian An evening newiafer published at Colun-bia, Vo., every sckooldajr by the Department of Journalism of the Unitersity of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION-Invarlnbly In Alliance: By Mall or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.23. Single Copies, Two Cent. Business Office Koom E. Academic Hall, Universityot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Xi-mbcr-: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 271. Business Office. 711. Only Approved Advertising Accepted, ltalet on Application. Address all communications to University Missouri ik, Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Dec. 13. Lecture, Lorado Taft, Auditorium. Basketball, Missouri against Warrensburg Xormal. Roth- well gymnasium. Basketball, Missouri against Warrensburg Xonnal. Roth well gymnasium. Preliminary Univ cr-ity de bate. Auditorium. "I-atcr Development in Rank ing." l'rof. II. ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 December 1908

wmwmm UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1908. You'll Find Hundreds of Thing's Suitable for Gifts at the Co-Op The Perplexing Problem of What to Give is Easily Solved Here IS CITY'S CENTER Rabbi Leon Harrison Thinks Growth of Town Depends On Schools. SAT5 MWIMU SCORES THE SMOKE NUISANCE Everything Except Breweries Aid in the Course of Education. ST. l.Ol'IS. Dee. IS. Rabbi Leon llarri-oii .til his respect to the bridge arbitraij and tlie smoke nuisance Tues day ni'lit at a banquet :iveii by the Wa'liuitnH I uiversity Association in hoimr of the new ohaneelior. Dr. David K. Ilou-ton. and Mrs. Houston. We -re iii St. Tiuis a liij city, that i now beeoiniii by leaps and bounds a j:rr.Uer city." .aid llahbi Harrison. NY --e a city whose mercantile prog ii . i- pKMlijiiou-, whose geographical eteii-iuii i phenoinenal. whose growth in iutelligeiiee and ill the arts and cul tine that connote eiviliation is a-, a-.-toni-hing as its material development. ( t course, there are dillie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 December 1908

!pi-4i u -mrfmWwmmp SGb3SEgK&S33&3l&i tzr &i j jf . Mft!?&S$s?vs r ., -,--..-?sw,- wB' -e r i - UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAN, FBIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1908. fir ir MS ANTHONY PLAYED POLITICS, NOT LOVE Italian Historian in Lecture at Columbia University Uses Hammer. ANCIENT ROMANCE SHATTERED Declares Anthony Married Cleopatra Merely For Political Gain. NEW YOKK, Dec. 18. (higlielmo Kerrero, the Italian historian, in a lec ture at Columbia University on ''An thony and Cleopatra," not only shat tered one of the greatest love stories of the ages, but he did it with an up-to-date hammer fashioned to the pres ent crisis. lie pronounced this tale of a strong man s weakness under the en chantment of a woman's, smile "an anti-feminist legend illustrative of how dangerous it is to leave to women the government of public affairs." t "The figures of women," said Mr. Ker rero, "are rare in liomnn history. In this world of men a woman suddenly appear- a woman Grange and wonder ful. She i...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 December 1908

-V3 7?" UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1908. NUMBER 68 m f I EIGHTEEN CHOSEN DEBATING SQUAD Forty-Six Men Compete in Thirteen-hour Flow of Oratory. TARIFF SUBJECT OF ARGUMENT Team of Six for Interstate Contests Will Be Selected. Oratory flowed for thirteen hours continuously in the auditorium of the University of Missouri 'Saturday, on the occasion of the annual selection of a debating squad. Forty-six men were entered in the contest which lasted from ! a. m. to 10 p. in. The question debated was: ''Resolved, that all duties on imports should lie levied for reve nue only.' Out of the forty-six men, the fol lowing eighteen succeeded in convincing the five judges that they were capable of upholding the glory of the Old Gold anil Ithiek in debate: G. II. Rochm, T. L. Bridger, E. W. Clausen, J. M. l)oIe. S. R. Freet, E. A. Halter, J. D. Hill, C. S. Hoffman. J. Kalina. A. II. Ki-kaddon. C. C. McCollum. A. L. Priestley. R. C. Stone, J. S. Summers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 December 1908

lmmm0wwWM SSrJJj. SEHESV UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1908. C85: m AT 1 t$ ill ir J t I' t )?- I i wfe. f iV it I r 1 s . ;c 3 ft- !&. f,w 'If I fg f !- KE i 5T IFAl LiU I Sh- fiHt- && University Missourian (m evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo., every schoolJay oy the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., second-class mail matter. SCBSCKIPTION-Invarlnbly in Advance: By Mall or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cent. Business Office Koom E, Academic Hall, Unirersltyof Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Ncmuers: Department office, 377. Newsroom, 274. Business Office, 711. Only Approved Adrrrtitlttrj Arrrplrtl. Rate on AppHcntiun. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY Dec. 21 CALENDAR Dec. 21. Dec. 22. Dec. 22. Dec. 23. Jan. . Jan. 7. Later Development in Bank- Ug." Prof. H. J. Davenport. Physic. lecture room, 7:30 p. m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 December 1908

4ppilap w. TIGERS WIN TWO AT BASKETBALL Warrensburg Team Defeated in Opening Games, 46-12 and 40-18. HENLEY PLAYS IN BEST FORM Second Contest Shows Lack of Team Work On Both Sides. The University of Missouri Tigers opened the basketball season by de feating the Warrensburg Normal School team Friday night, 40 to 12, and Saturday night. -10 to 18. The j!.tme Saturday night was ragged ami -hotted a lack of form and team work on both side. At times the in dividual plaving was good, but at no period of the game did the Tigers come up to the team work or individual work thev showed in the game the night be fore. The Teachers plaved better ball Saturday in an elTort to wipe out the defeat ot Friday night but were out dated, despite the fact that the Ti gi rs' strongest nun, Henley and Oard ii( r. 'at on the lienih the first half of the game. Miller Stars for Normals. Miller of the Normals plaved the star game for his team loth nights while Ilciihv plaved in better form than any other man o...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 December 1908

HI UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1908. IP? if- 'If ' , Mr far W RM KAISER NEEDS CASH: WILL SELL CASTLES $10,000,000 a Year Is Not Enough for Emperor of Germany. BURGOMASTER STILL SURE CURE FOR BLUES Harry Hermsen and Ruth White Please Columbia House. BERLIN, Dec. 21. Emperor William and every member of the Imperial fam ily must practice most rigid economy from now on and indefinitely. This, al though his annual income is estimated conservatively at $10,000,000. Again and again Socialist members of the Reichstag have deplored the Em peror's extravagance as frightful. But he recognizes extraxagancc only in oth ers. The Emperor has been literally pour ing out money on works of art, espe cially on pictures and sculptures, in re storing old fierman castles, in rebuild ing Achilleon, the beautiful marble pal ace in the Island of Corfu, which he bought from the Empress of Austria's estate. The stringency is so great it is re ported the Kaiser xxill sell all the im perial cast...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 December 1908

mm &&S&S&& r$y UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. VOLUME I. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1908. NUMBER 69 i(T .1 READ THE RULES SENDING MAI Assistant Postmaster Whittle Urges Legible Address, Careful Wrapping. CHURCHES TO CELEBRATE DAY Fun Begins Tonight for the Baptists Arrangements at Schools. " Address all packages plainly. Put your name and address on each one. Wrap each package securely. Don't try to send written matter with merchandise at merchandise rates. This is the advice of Assistant Post master Whittle to those who are .send ing Christmas presents through the mail. "It seems," said Mr. Whittle to a reporter for the University Missourian, "that some persons will do almost any thing to save a few cents' postage. When a person presents a package at the window to lie weighed, the hest way is for him to tell the clerk just what it contains; then the clerk will know exactly what is the required post age." The "Christmas mail"' liegan to flood the Columbia P...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 December 1908

rr-jT r wrr- -ji- . i-:- .j tl;.w-t; . tj-- -.- ; t. t-i j- i L j.-iJW.?lf.2iiJ.n mi:fb?f m m P fir' if $& Iff- W lit &i M M? ? 'lissssssssssssss'isssssB- Bp. i1imsssssssssssssssssssssK ljPMLlisssssssssssssssssssssssssssff isssssssssssssssssssssssssssssBP ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssP- - University Missourian An tvening newtpafer published at Columbia, Me., every scheolJay by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Invariably In Alliance: By Mail or Carrier: School Year, $3.00; Semester, $1.33. Single Copies, Two Centx. Business Office Room E, Academic Hall, Universityoi Missouri, Columbia, Mo. TlLFFHONE XuMUEKs: Department office, 37T. Newsroom, 274. Husiness Office, Tit. Only Approved Advertising Accepted. Hate vn Application. Address all communications to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. UNIVERSITY CALENDAR Dec. 23. Wednesday, at 4 p. in. to Jan. j, Tuesday, at 8 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 December 1908

aSTliFre&Z '.- mtSM ii :i 'u wwtJ--"" - -"""' - n rk . r ftfJl KILLED ANNUALLY i FIRST-CLASS EXCLUSIVE5, I CONFECTIONERY V STORE I 16 South 9th St. ! KODAK WORK IN TODAY AND OUT TOMORROW WALLER PHOTOGRAPHER OVER THE ROCHESTER Take your Watch and Jewelry Repairing to WHEELER'S There's Quality in Our Work TRADE 5iW . a --. . AinsTswI.- t5 .... '" I Ho I .(-rtl.lli.K -.-.vl. v a. iv . s,wm t7,rr7f?i - . v Ainii-lli kAAflC 6' ? standard for all games The Best and Lowest i,-,yf, Free Catalogs R. J. LEACOCK SPORTING GOODS CO. 808-810 PIND ST.. ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY M1SSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1908. Startling Figures Given by Department of Commerce and Labor. HUMAN LIVES ARE WASTED Percentage of Accidental Deaths Greater in U. S. Than Abroad. fil ) (fv3 ,NV,s""- "WtNTtD INVISIBLE BirOCAl Oculist Prescriptions Filled Broken Lens Duplicated QIOJl Broadway DR. 2. ft. ELLS ELITE THEATER Program Today Robin Hood Tracked by Police Dogs Joyous Surprise We Cater to Ladies and Children WAS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 22 December 1908

i UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1908' NOTABLE SPEAKERS FOR FARMERS' WEEK F UNUSUAL GIFT BARGAINS! The Cream of Creams Among Chocolates AM OUT $290,000,000 ifi'h 5f iiSatt I - 1.- Blir W. Wk plfc Sovorito Chocolates adc Prepare yourself for a surprise in candy Coodncss Be ready to enjoy chocolates as j ou never cnjo el them before. There is a treat I or e ery car.dy-lo er In this delicious new confection Sorority Chocolates Taj tor-Made. Thcj're called Sorority Chocolates because the college trirl an 1 the bieh school cirl wise judges, both, of candy quality have sealed them with their approval. Better try a box today. Always snappv. pure, fresh and de-liclous-of-flav or. COc the pound. Ask 3 our dealer, or mailed prepaid on receipt of price by manufacturers, Tay lor Bros. Co., Battle Creek, Mich. 50 Taylor Building. Fourteen Organizations Will Be Represented Here Jan. 5, G, 7, 8. STATE CORN SHOW TO BE HELD JACCARD'S GIFT BOOK Sent Free Upon Request Contains a thousand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 January 1909

9Q0Q,-r-' "T- j UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. voixmk i. COLOIIifA, JiTSSOUKI, WEDNESDAY, JAMAUY (J, l.H!. NUMBER TO u PEDIGREED CQRM E E Basement of Academic Hail Looks Like Another World's Fair. AND RED-CHEEKED APPLES, TOO! Several States Compete With Missouri For the Prizes. Corn which ha ii grandfather i out "f it- cl.i with the ,-a.rn m c liil.it i n in Academic Hall llii-. week. Tui- a-rn s- ari-laaeratic: it- aiicc-toi-fur -a-ia-ral ga-iia-ration art known t In- ! tha- In t "iiINi,l" in t lit- lata-. Ulii-ii it i- aid at tin- " of the -how. -iiir "i it probably will lirinj; a- inii'-h a- ""-" jH-r hii-hel. Sauna- !" jl. U t apple- on ali-play are limn the -tali- ! Washington anal the on-hanl-rra-ni which tha-y urn- gatha-ra-al arc wa.rili a- iiiiii-h a- .-?";.oi er am, -a' line i- tin- fruit prlucil. Like a World's Fair. -Iul-"iiig fia.ia tin p.-rfiiine mi apple-a-i-i aa.rn. .mil the chart ami n-ci- Illa-ll- a.u a-llil;tiill ill tile ha-elllellt. anil- illicit think it w:- a worM'- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 6 January 1909

Jggtl. iiii'MMiiii inn g.'BWafc4gCTiWW!l'tawJlwiwij.i--LjM i., -,,, ,,.,,,, UNIVERSITY MISSOUKIAX, WEDNESDAY, JAXUAKY 6, 1901). k fc--s fe. ; University Missourian An C(nm nfispaper fuelnkrJ at Columbia ."A., (-try si h u'ltal by the 1'ef irtlJlt nt of Journuttitn of the Vntztrsit) of Missouri, Entered a: the 'xntuthcc a: Columbia, Mo . as second. lass mail mailer. .SfltsCKIl'TION ImarialMj in .Villain.- 11 Mail iir Carrier: - liitol Irar, ft;. (10: s.-nifHter, $l.'i.. inj-l- Cuii-, Tun Cent-. UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCEMENTS TOLD ACROSS THE BREAKFAST TABLE "Kc.l.ll fill XXnlk" a-kcd till' Wag pa ing tin. iiic.it p'.utei tn tin. Art -tiidi-iit. "Thank-. I'll initiii(. mi .nit ntiiiii t j ti lice put." ii.ilii-il tlic l.ittci. "I'l. ' tint' lung it m.i nut In- pmper tu a-k I tor a -it mid i nil." "I tllllllglll lllli.. W.I- till- lllll" llll . t.iin.ilili- article in ('nltiiiilti.i." it-marked the .liininr "Mttlic." wlm telt -hepi ' Instruction fo' Your.g Farmers. .ittiT riilin .ill night in...

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