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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 May 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909. F lr Vaudeville and Moving Pictures YOU NANCIER IHEAira mj jTVEATER -Sff? - PROF. RAND'S INDOOR DOG CIRCUS Doing unique and comical acts. LOVER'S ELOPMENT AN OBSTINATE "WOMAN BELATED MEAL HIS FIRST GIRL, Eenings, 7.-.0, JO. 9 r,0. Afternoons, 3.30, 4 .50 Nothing ollcnsive permitted on our slajc No. 10 North Gth St. JACCARD'S KANSAS CITY Stationer to schools and colleges. The makers of fine engraved stationery for correspondence, commence ment, recital and fraternity invitations. Samples sent upon request. Jaccard Jewelry Co. Kansas City, Mo. FORCES RIVAL OUT Frederick Niedermeyer, 12 Years Old, Has Lemonade Monopoly Now. STUDENTS PATRONIZE HIM His Stand on Hitt Street Is Decorated With Colors of University. NOW OPEN! SOUVENIRS Pictures and Frames Surpassing Anything Shown ElswHere MEZOV CRAFT SHOP NO. 14 SOUTH 9th ST. COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE OPEN -ALL SUMMER For particulars write to GEO. H. BEMSLEV, COLUMBIA, MO. Fine Candies, Lunches D...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 21 May 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909. Attend This Grand Auction Sale of 94 Beautiful Lots Here's news of a great event! It's the announcement of the sale of 94 beautiful building lots in northwest Columbia to be held THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1909. The announcement of the opening of a fine new residence district. Read on: u r H THESE SPLENDID LOTS AT YOUR OWN PRICE These lots are located in Northwest Columbia, immediately adjoining Stewart's addition on the west. The district is a part of the Garth tract north and east of the Sexton road, which is recognized as the most beautiful highway leading into Columbia. The ground is high with good drainage, splendid views and beauti ful surroundings. The lots are all large, abutting on fine level streets, close and convenient to all of the advantages of the city, including lights, water, sewerage, all other modern conveniences, schools and churches. The title to the property is perfect. Every purchaser is guaranteed an abstract of title cover...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 May 1909

r UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. ,1 A. VOLUME I COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1909. CARPENTER IN A PROFESSOR'S PLACE Seniors Portray on the Stage an M. U. Incident of 1!)20. "ROASTS" ON FACULTY Class Presents a Play Adapted From Oliver's "Professor From Germany." Tin exchange of jio-ition- of a car- NUMBER 157 Commencement Program. Toni-iht 8:3(1, Senior Hull. Tomorrow. 2 p. in.. Kiisine-s meeting of Alumni A ociation. Tomorrow. li::iO p. in.. Phi Beta Kappa banquet. Wcdne-day. 10 a, in., Conferrin;: of de:rce-; atldrc by Dr. C. W. Eliot: '(niiri-iitciiiii.il cxcrci-s ot the cla-- of 1S."!. Wednesday. 12::i0 p. m.. Alumni luncheon. Wednesday. S:.'M . in.. Reception ly Pic-idcnt and Mr-. Hill. DOORS OPEN AT 9 O'CLOCK KNOWLEDGE MUST JOURNALISTS WILL E FAITHi ERECT CLUB HOUSE WHEN PURSES ARE THIN, TOO PBECED "M" Men Asked to Contribute Twenty Cents Each. When the "M" men of the Univcr-ity of .Mi ouri were invited to attend a meet in" to ili.ni ! i-.tt.,- 1....1 ...- Man Must Understand i...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 May 1909

" "'J "Y-"1? TTWW lT jjm,'n W inn ft UNIVERSITY BIISSOURIAN, MONDAY, MAY 31, llOi. -a5- i U m m it-. B i sim i y Missourian I Timing neiispaper published at Columbia, Me., ezery schoolday by the Department cf Journalism of the L'nizersity of Missouri. Entered at llie postoftice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. Sl'MSCKIPTION liiinriatily in AiUnnce: Ily Mall r Carrier: School Yt-nr, $2.00; SriiM-ati-r, $1.3.'!. Single Copies, Two Cent. Business Ornct Koom 37, .Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Tkleiiione Nrinu-K-: reiartmen: ollice, 277. Newsroom -71. Oaly Aitprortil Ailrrrtitiuij .Irrrptnl. Jtnli-n n Applictttiun. Address all commnuhittiou to Univekmi v Missourian-, Columbia, .Wo. i UNIVERSITY CALENDAR May31-June 1. Entrance examinations. May 31. l'hi Beta Kappa election, Y. V. C. A. room. 2 p. in. .lime 1. Alumni and l'hi Beta Kappa dav. - ,,,.-,.,- ,-.. v .Tune 1. Phi Beta Kappa initiation, . ... c. , , . ... . C. A. room. 4 11. in.: an- , , . rm l...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 May 1909

m "V T-"3&W-" . , i .mmrmm! V H CTttVERsITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1909. i THEATER THEATER Vaudeville and Moving Pictures Emerson and SmitK Comedy Novelty Act WAR time; TALE A CUP OF TEA AND SHE JACIVS SUCCESSFUL BLUFF Eieninsi, 7 10, t- 50. 9 10. Afternoons, .VW, 4 "50 Nothing offensive permitted on our stage No. 10 North 9th St. WitlfH College Men of the till It U .Hve-wire" variety who earnestly desire to make monev during the vacation period. A pre-eminently, legit imate opportunity to make S500.00 to S 5, 000.00. State your home town, and address Earl V. Donoho, U. of I., 'o8,9j5TheRookery,Chicaco Fine Candies, Lunches Drinks of All Kinds 0UiMc4 SOUTH NINTH ST. University of Chicago LAW SCHOOL TO TEACH MISSOURI CHILDREN School of Education Will Issue Certificates Wednesday. 'lhe School of EiluiMtiou of the Uni versity of Missouri will is-ue commis sions to about M.'ienty-fit to teach in the high and elementary schools of Missouri next Wcdno-day. Tlie Uni eisity issues ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 31 May 1909

F" Hit mloi uga UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1909 ? 'VARSITY NOTES i n W' if 1 Mi-s Mary Iruin MeDearmon, of St. Loui-, one of Ia-:t year's graduates, is here. Freil W. Temple, a graduate in law two year- ago. i- here for commencement. Gregory EickhulT. of San Franci-co. Cal.. a formir -ttulent. i -at the Sigma (.'hi hou-e. i:. E. Collin-, a student of the School of Law. ha-, gone to Billings, Mont., for the summer. Fred .Jacoby. of O'Fallon. Mo., a graduate of the School of Engineering. i- at the Kappa Alpha house. BLAEYJ5JMAIN Star Third Baseman Chosen to Head Next Season's Baseball Tigers. T. K. Smith, a "01 graduate, now .oiinectcd with a lxind firm of St. l.oiii-, i-j here for connnencemeiit. M. V. Powell, a -tudent in Engineer ing, will -jicnd the -ummer in railroad con-truction work in Amarillo. Tex. David Wilkie Craham. author of "The Way to Win' and other po. in-, lias u tnined to hi- home in Kan-a- City. Kan. William Leaphart. of the cla of ".". now teaching at C...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 June 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOUIIIAN. VOLUME I COLU3IBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1909. NUMBER 158 FOURTEEN ELECTED TO PHI BETA KAPPA Honors in Class of 11)0!) Are Divided Equally Between Men and "Co-eds." GOVERNOR OF MISSOURI WHO WILL SPEAK AT ALUMNI DINNER TREE ON HOME SITE ISORORITV GIRLS Commencement Program. Today, 2 p. m., Business meeting of Alumni Association. Tonight, G::iO p. in.. Phi Beta Kappa banquet. Wednesday, 10 a. in., Conferring of degrees; address by Dr. C. W. Eliot: semicentennial exercisf of the class of 1S59. Wednesday, 12:30 p. in., Alumni luncheon. Wcdne-day, S:.10 p. in.. Reception by President and Mrs. Hill. OF GRANDFATHER! TO WED "PROFS n Senior Is Relative of Man Who Two of Kappa Kappa Gamma GavelSite for University of j Will Marry Teachers xMissouri Campus. They Met Here. MRS. A. ROSS HILL MEMBER CLASS MARKS THE SPOT; FIRST NUPTIALS MAY 10 Ten Members are Chosen at Large From Alumni Since 1!)02. l-oiirtccii M-iiioi-. in the Uniiersity of Mi ouii were elected member...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 June 1909

Bwn 57?S . lTr2- Jfefe"si 1 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAH, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1909. KANSAS CITY MAN ELECTED HEAD OF BOARD OF CUR A TORS University Bissoiiiim VIEWPOINTS THE HOW AND WHY OF JOURNALISM rf IH I 5 1H1 11 lHt ft" ill j Si An evening newspaper published at Columbia, Mo every schoolaay by the Department of 'Journalism of the University of Stisso u ri. Entered at tlie postotiice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. 8iritSCKIlTIIlX Iiiinriahly in Atltiuire: lly Mail or Carrie r: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single. Copies, Tun Cent. Businkss Okfice Koom 37. Academic Hall, University ol Missouri, Columbia, Mo. TeLRHIONK Nl'MhFK: Deartment office, 377. Newsroom 271. Only Approred Adrertinimt Accepted. Hate on Application. Address all communications to U.MVKRSITV MlSSOURIA.V, Columbia Alo. i.ion.ii TO OAKX OK .NOT TO 1JAKX. A mild editorial controversy has arie on the subject of darning .stock- I'vi' not been at all well and while ings. A "pioiceres" at Ya-ar says I ' co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 June 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1909. m THEATER THEATER Vaudeville and Moving Pictures Program Today t No Vaudeville Special Picture Show Admission, 5 Cents- FORGOTTEN PEDDLER'S REWARD In lha Days of Oliver Cromwell Evenings, 7:30, 8.30, 9:30. Afternoons, 3:30, 4:30 Nothing oHcnsive permitted on our stage No. 10 North 9th St. VnntA Co,,eSe Men of the YVdIUCU live-wire" variety who earnestly desire to make money during the vacation period. A pre-eminently, legit imate opportunity to make S500.00 to 55,000.00. State vour home town, and address Earl W. Donoho, U. of I., 'oS, 93 fThe Rookery ,Chicago Fine Candies, Lunches Drinks of All Kinds SOUTH NINTH ST. NOW OPEN! SOUVENIRS Pictures and Frames Surpassing AnytHing; Shown Els-wKere MIZZ0U CBAFT SHOP NO. 14 SOUTH 9th ST. COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE OPEM ALL SUMMER For particulars write to GEO. H. BEJISLEY, COLUMBIA. MO. ?32 TheLeacock jj A) rlrirnflg Athletic Goods are 3 UAlUlfy standard lor all games W x,,A r r i-aiaioKs R. J. LE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 1 June 1909

flr M UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAX, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1909. )fl 8i i U I M j." I' f I r WITH DIPLOMAS THEY GO TO FARMS Small Wages for Graduates of the College of Agriculture. WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIPS S18 TO S30 A MONTH Rather Than Go to Kansas Wheat Fields They Will Work in This State. Several graduates this year of the College of Agriculture of the University of Missouri have accepted positions on farms. Many fanner- of the state are in sympathy with the scientific work done here and are eairer to introduce modern methods on their farms. They wrote here for .-ome of the advanced students to work this dimmer. Some seniors and jwst graduate students have signed contiacts for the summer at from 1S to ?30 a month and board. Nothing was said about washing but that it understood to go with the board. These men ay they prefer work on Missouri farms than work in the wheat fields of Kansas. Kansas wages would j M.;lM1P0S bo higher but the farm experience is Tuvlvo scholarship, aggregating $7.- jnue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 June 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN. A VOLU3IE I COLU3IBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1909. NEARLY 3,000 AT M. U. THIS YEAR New Catalogue Shows Exact Enrollment to Be 2,855. AN INCREASE IN FEES Of Total Number 254 Are Attending School of Mines at Rolla. Nearly 3.000 students are enrolled this year in the University of Missouri i:i all department. The exact number, as shown by the catalogue for 1908 11)00 just from the press, is 23:55. Of the-e. 2.001 are enrolled at Columbia and 254 at the School of Mine and Metallurgy at Holla. The enrollment by departments i-: College of Arts and Science. 1.01I0: College of Agriculture, 440 of whom 1-H are in the short course and ."0 in Home Economics; School of Education. Sill: School of Law. 27:5: School of Medicine. ."i7: School of Engineering. -194: School of Journalism. 72. not including 2." stu dent from other departments taking work in the School of Journalism: Graduate Depart men t. 1-V,; Military School, 407. Freshmen Enrollment. The enrollment in t...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 June 1909

i- I i jpry && ' -4- UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1909. University Missouri THOSE WHO RECEIVED DEGREES IN ALL THE DEPARTMENTS VIEWPOINTS ft? V i 1 III S t, r ' U. ri I tt n v tvtning neivspafer published at Columbia, ift., every schoolday by the Department of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Entered at the postoffice at Columbia, Mo., as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION lmariably in Advance: By Mall or Carrier: School Year, $2.00; Semester, $1.25. Single Copies, Two Cent. Business Oitice Room 37, Academic University ot Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Telephone Numbers: Department office. 3TT. Newsroom 271. Hall, Only Approved Ailrrrtinlng Accepted. Hate on Application. Address all communication to University Missourian, Columbia, Mo. ES5 THE RIK1IT TO KE A CHILI). We hear :i great deal about the duty of children to parents. How little we hear in proportion about the duty ot parents to children. And yet, which is the more fundamental duty? The par ents owe...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 June 1909

'yZg sr-aRI5f. UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1909. wafw'"ii""stp" DR. ELIOT'S COMMENCEMENT propose to discii-- the contem ,ry American conceptions of equali- hniong men as a suoai aim pn- 'ideal. e French revolution was preceded franco by an extraordinary dicus- i of the structure of human society, flic foundations of government- and 5ri"hts of the individual man A Vs of social philo-ophers undertook fecor.struet theoretically human so- and the state. Eminent among writers was .T. J. Rousseau, r- mo-t famou- contribution to the ssion Mi hi-, treati-e on the "So- Contract." In that remarkahlc rise, lou eau uiu u-mi ms . quality among men: H one ex-- ie in wnai i"""n'" i-.-vi-.i .. icst "ood of all, hih aught to ., .. .-,.? nri1njf.lv lif i. n'.m n( i-viTV ".v-tem of lc'is- IH . -' - ". . .- ii. one will find that it may be icd to the-e two principal objects, A- and equality: liberty, becau-e individual private dependence i .1. 4..1..... ...nil !. l.li i i.loh sirengiii ii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 2 June 1909

-' "UBMsaajii ijimJMBI j" j j" " i iimi mi i maH, m HBBMHBI t IBHnMNKinifi'AV'iJmSPeMnM'ffi''?' !j5r t tMfiww j 'i 3EL.-.I ? i "" 35VW1i3PC:ft- J? ' UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1909. -I?gST" "SHBBSBSBraBHEWHPffiJlPt ' r i v I I ; . .: i j f f ; I f I i Mr IM i I 7 M 1 ' J I 1 i r ff 'lanf HSfSFW PJ-4 TO LEARN MORE OE MISSOURI'S SOIL Department of Geology Here Will Take Charge of Government Work. ALL MEN NOT BORN EOUALSHS ELIOT (Continued from First Pare.) STATE WILL GIVE $15,000 Under Direction of Prof. C. F. Marbut Six Men Will Be in "Field" All Summer. Tlic Department of Geology at the University of Missouri will have charj.1 of the soil survey of Missouri tlii sum mer and fall. Heretofore the state had control of this work. C. F. Marbut, professor of fieoloy was ap pointed a member of the United States Bureau of Soils in January and he will have direct supervision of the work. The General Assembly appropriated $15,000 to the soil survey this year, the largest amount...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1909

I t NEW Y M C A IS FILLED r w y vS m K ti r T UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN volume rx EAT AT A TRUSTS TABLE NEVER Combine of Landladies in Columbia Started then Expired GIRL WENT AND TOLD So Price of Board is Back to the Old Schedule Prunes Still Served This is the story of a trust that failed and all because somebody went and told Sixteen Columbia landladies sixteen planned the combination Everything would have been just lovely for the trust magnates and the price of board in Columbia would be twenty five per cent higher in Columbia IF The sixteen landladies who keep some of the most desirable boarding and rooming houes near the University of Missouri campus met in August and made their plans Rooms that rented for 10 a month last year were to be increased in price to 12 and 14 Board that cost 350 a week was to bp advanced to 425 The trusts have increased the cost of living reasoned the landladies We must increase the price of board Nay Says Mrs J D Winn A written agreement was prepared in ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1909

2 UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An evening daily students in the School oj Journalism nt ihr University of Missouri J B Powell Managing Editor JoSEr H E CHASSOFr Advertising Manager UNIVKRMTY MlsSHUISIAN ASSOCIATION Inc Harry E Ridings President Gordon Fisher Secretary HrRMAV M Hiielke Treasurer J B Powell F V Cooke E R CHILDERS R F IEfiGETT J F Williams C A Harvey Office M issour i io Uroadwav ax H u i l i i x Telephone 55 Kntcrcd at the post lice at Columbia Mo mail rnitter SUHsCKirTION liivnrlnhly in Advance Ity Mail r Carrier School Yt iir gtiOl iiiiKtr 1S SiiiKl Cojiif Tin CiMit Ailrcrti inl Unlet Application Address all communications to INIVEKnITY MlNSOlRIAN Columbia THE UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Tim University Missourian appears this year owned and edited by students of the School of Journalism of the Uni Tcrsity of Missouri No part of any ap propriation made to the University is used directly or indirectly for its sup port It is to he maintained entirely by receipts from advertising an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1909

y y ii Hodge Thurman The Varsity Tailoring Shop Student Pressers and Tailors Unequalled Repairing Makers of Nifty College Clothes We solicit a trial and guarantee to please you Ready for you in well equipped quarters 12 North Eighth St Berrys grocery store is below OUR MOTTO PROMPTNESS ALWAYS LOWEST PRICES PHONE US TO COME 553 72 TRANSFER AND SCURLOCK STORAGE COMPANY R P SCURLOCK - - Manager J G WILLIAMS BARBER Home of E Z Shaves Modern Bath Rooms 174 Broadway Phone 288 Grand Union Tea Co FINE COFFEES TEAS SOAPS ETC PREMIUMS WITH ALL GOODS G B SCROGGINS Agent Phone 1117 Largest and most com plete line of I P Loose Leaf Devices in Columbia The Missouri Store Visit my new FOUNTAIN at the same old place The Heidelberg p OTTO KOBER GEM CITY Business College QUINCY ILLINOIS Leading Business College of America SJOO000 School Building 1200 to 1400 students Experienced teachers Its graduates in demand Bookkeeping Actual Business and Banking Shorthand Typewritine Penmanship and Mathematics B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1909

WANT A GOOD ROOM New students will find excellent rooming and boarding houses adver tised in the Missourians classified column Moberly Steam Laundry Hot never Iot a patron because of unsatisfactory work Laundry re turned within forty eight hours Call Phone 122 J KALINA Student Agent Columbia Pantatorium Ladies and gents clothes pressed by the month First class work guaran teed 100 per month 807 BROADWAY Phone 29B Red Work called for and delivered PHONE 202 FOR N O McCOLUM Successor to I L Bridges The Window Cleaner PIN MONEY CHOCOLATES With a Bon Bon dish FREE Ask for it BLANKE WENNEKER TREMONT The style of the season its an A Arrow COLLAR 15 cents each 9 for 95 cents Ctuett Pebody Company Makers GET THE HABIT OF GOING TO SERKES THE TAILOR FOR YOUR PRESSING AND REPAIRING We Have a Complete Line of Fall and Winter Suitings PHONE 481 Self Indexing Ledgers Wr B 5F7 ii Jl Mra Ml vm O H TURNER Graduate Electrician B S in E E U of M 99 Tungsten Tantalum Gem and Carbon Filament Lamps Stude...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1909

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIATtf SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1909 THERE IS A UNIVERSITY CO OPERATIVE STORE WThere is but ONE Co Operative Stored That is in Academic Hall MANAGEMENT Owned and controlled by the students Operated for their benefit Cash rebates more than 10000 in nine years All University supplies at lowest rates This year all net profits will go to the students COULD YOU ASK MORE WHY SUPPORT IT It protects you how It will protect others in the future LOYALTY TO THE CO OP IS LOYALTY TO THE UNIVERSITY A United States postal sub station is located in the Co Op Postoffice money orders issued and cashed letters registered stamps sold Keep your eye on our ad Monday

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1909

6 OUR YOUNG MENS SHOES nBSSSh5 Had a Good Start She What an air of well bred re pose Cholly has He Yes but Cholly was naturally lazy to begin with Boston Trans cript j can meet the Young WE fancy in Swell Foot wear H Weve some very radical stunts in Fall Shoes p Most of these very Natty Young Dressers keep their eye on this Shoe Store for the right Shoes and we always deliver the goods There are Shoes of Black and handsome new colored leathers Freak Swing and Straight lasts Military heels Drop toes Per forated tips Vamps etc All the swellness that can be worked into a pair of Shoes 300 350 400 to 500 Weve a blooming garden of Shoe smartness that Young Men will full appreciate and we deem it a pleasure to show our Shoes THE SHOE MEN IMPROVEMENTS At S Bs make it inconvenient but don t let that keep you away from our immense showing of New Fall Clothes Stylish Apparel awaits your inspection here and youll be pleased with the showing Get that Freshman Cap Here SYKES BROADHEAD CLOTHING C...

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