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FRIDAY DECEMBER 301910
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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI
A GREAT TEACHERS COLLEGE
FORTY FIVE TEACHERS IN FACULTY
Many vocational courses Including Bookkeeping Busineas
Forma Typewriting Shorthand Geography ol Commerce HIb
tory of Industries Manual Training Wood Work Pottery
Lathe Work Forge Work
Mechanical
Drawing Raffia Do
mestic Art Agriculture Gardening
Four years of work and study in Drawlig Painting Etch
ing Hammered Brass and other hand work in Art also three
years of Art Study in designated texts
Five years in Music including Sight Reading Individual
Lessons Chorus Work Harmony Counterpoint Orchestration
History of Music etc
Many forms of Physical Education including Gymnasium
Work Public School Playground Work Track Work Baseball
Football Handball Tennis etc
AmplG bath roomj gyjnMr
Biums tennis courts athletic field running tracks
Best facilities in the Middle West for Photography Lam
tern Slide Making and Photo Engraving Special courses in the
summer school for those teachers desiring to learn how to use
the lantern and how to make the slides
Courses in all typical High School and College atudiet
But this is a strictly vocational institution and all such couwei
work to the higher efficiency of public school teachersj
Best Model Rural School in the World Rural children
transported live miles in covered wagon
Excellent Libraries Laboratories Rest Rooms Literary
Society Halts and raoms for the Y M C A and Y W C A
Special course in School Administration This course la
conducted by an up-to-date man of varied and successful ex
piTioncf in both large and small cities
EXPLANATORY BULLETIN FREE
JOHN R KIRK President
Ol V
Mr W G Stephenson
Permit me to congratulate you on being one of the
One Hundred Leaders
of he
New York Life Insurance Company
for the month of November 1910 You stand 29 tb on
the list in number of paid applications for the month With
best misbes for your success from month to month I am
Sincerely yours
VHOS Jl UCKNER
NctolYork Dec 19 1910 Vice President
WABASH TIME CARD
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Your razor lioncd siiarp 25 cents
Your hair cut to your like 25 cents
O Williams Barber Shop 714
Broadway
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for raK otli 1 or further iiarlicular s iluiiii 1M M D BKLI Loral Arent
MONEY TO LOAN
I have an unlimited amount of money to loan
for a client on 10 years time 6 per cent in
terest annually on first class farm loans with
privilege of paying part or all after one year
J A Stewart
EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
TANDY DENNING
Furniture and Undertaking Co
Phone- Day or Night -423 BUck
TH0S W FICKLIN
thehorseshocr can be found
- at the same old stand west
side of the court house cor
ner Seventh and Ash
THE GERMANIA LIFE
INSURANCE CO of
NEW YORK
J V GORDON Agent
Room 304 Exchange National Bank Bldg
AUSTIN CONLEY Jersey Dairy
Pure Milk and Cream
The ONLY THOROUGHBRED
TESTED JERSEY HERD in Colum
bia PHONE S04
Your neighbor buys his groceries
here why dont you Longs Gro
cery
REAL ESTATE
Warranty Deeds
William T Melloway to 5 U Kice
lot 1 Alex BraaToul Jr Sub S D T
SoOOun 120000
Turer C Fenton to Vineil Fenton
nt ne nv 27 50 IS S600no
Deeds of Trust
5 L Kico to William T Melloway
lot 1 Alex Bradford Irs Sub- S I T
50000 35001
Vineil Fenton to Turner C Fenton
pt ne nv 275013 fiOOOU
Start tho new year right begin
trailing at Longs Grocery North 8th
street
Wall Paper
Painting and
Decorating
s
We carry complete line and the
price i rifht Call 866 and hare
jour work done when job want it
W J PALMER 12 S 9th St
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UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN
Brief Local News
J B Sapp went to Centralia today
Mrs J w Waller went to Centra
lia this morning
Mr and Mrs Harold A Vaugh are
In St Louis visiting Mr VaughVs
parents
L P Weldon returned to Sturgeon
Mo today after a business trip to
Columbia
I S Hudson went to Stephens this
morning
Mrs Men Harris has returned to
St Louis after visiting her father
Jacob Mayfleld --
Mrs J P Forsee is visiting her
father 1 V Hedges in Hallsville
F W AVayland is in Moberly Mo
today on business
Mrs W Spencer went to Halls
ville this morning to viit her father
L L Roberts
W I Johnson returned to Vandalia
Mo ioday after visiting in Columbia
Mrs L L Terrell is visiting her
brother C A Jobson in St Louis
The Rev Edmund Wilkes is in
Hallsville todty on business
L W AVatson returned to Waverly
Mo this morning after visiting his
sister Mrs i 15 Chandler
K Crump of- Hallsville was in
Columbia ycUerdsv
Luther Brown returned to Browns
this morning
-Mr and Mrs Guy Lord departed
this morning for Fort Smith Ark
after visiting Mrs Lords sister Mrs
L W Berry
E Potter left Columbia this morn
ing for Fort Madison la after spend
ing the holidays here
Dr R L Hopper went to Browns
this morning
Sirs Leonard Morris is in Colum
bia visiting her mother Mrs J M
MeBride
John Allen went to Mexico this af
ternoon
K L Daugherty is in Hallsville to
la on business
Mrs Benjamin Harris who has
been visiting Mrs Louis Kreutz of
Columbia returned to St Louis this
afternoon
H M Maddox went to Hallsville
today on business
Mrs A H Whiteside who has been J
visiting her sister Miss Lulu Rogers
returned to Montgomery City this af
ternoon
S D Runimans who lias beon vis
iting his daughter Mrs Ora Baldwin
qt Columbia returned bo Mexico this
afternoon
J C Robinson returned jo South
MacAlester OUIa this afternoon
Charles Dearing returned to Wash
ington D C after visiting his moth
er Mrs M E Dearing during the
Christmas holidays Mr Dearing is
in the employ of the United States
Department of Agriculture
Mrs Mary H McCune -who has
been visiting Mrs C B RSollins re
turned to St Louis this afternoon
W N Steonberger returned to
Point Pleasant W Va afoer visiting
his brother I V Steenlierger of
Woodlandville
T C Wilson secretary of the State
Hoard of Agriculture went to Jeffer
son City this morning in tho inter
eft of the board He will return to
morrow i
Start tlin niur vear rieht becin
trading at Longs Grocery North 8th
street
Your neighbor buys lus groceries
here why dont you Longs Gro
cery
Contralto Recital
The Kato Thompson Circlo of The
Kings Daughters are bringing to Co
lumbia Miss Esther Plumb the Chi
cago contralto who has an enviable
reputation among the singers of that
city Miss Plumb will sing in redital
hero Monday January 9 in the audi
torium ot Stephens College
The proceeds will be used in main
taining a freo bed which the circlo
supports at Parker Memorinl Hospit
al Admission 50c s
We will care for your auto and keep
from freezing
WESTS GARAGE
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News of Society
Porter Mitchell left today for Cen
tralia to attend a stag dinner to be
given there tonight by Casli Boatman
Mr and Mrs A G Jones left Co
lumbia last night for Carterville Mo
after a visit with- Mr and Mrs A 1
Fountain
Mrs George M Hearne of St
Louis is visiting relatives in Colum
bia She was formerly Miss Clara
Thompson
Mr and Mrs C W Squires returned
to their home at Gaiena Kas last
night after a visit wltu Mr and Mrs
A T Fountain
Miss Carolyn Pickard will enter
tain tonight at the homo ot her
parents Prof and Mrs John Pickanl
on Hillcrest avenue
The Boone County Club will give
a dance tonight at the Columbia Hall
All students of the University wheth
er from Boone county or not are in
vited to attend
Mrs E L Brown and daughter
Miss Frances Brown left this morn
ing for their home at Independence
Mo They have been visiting Mrs
Rosa Ingles on East Broadway
Miss Frances Mitchell gave a dance
last night at the home of her parent
Mr and Mrs John T Mitchell on
University avenue Among those
present were Misses Sybil Whittle
Florence Draffcn Frances Brown
Louisa Miller Katherine Douglass
Frances Gray Ruth Douglas- Alice
Kirtley and Helen Williams and War
ren Whittle Carl Stewart Gilmer
Ingles Edward Thornton Samuel
Wilhite Thomas Taylor Wilson Hud
son Dudley Robnctt Pleasant Koti
nett and Frank Kversole
ST ELMO WELL PRESENTED
Dramatization of Great Book Inter
ested at Columbia Last Night
The dramatization of Augusta
Evanss St Elmo presented at the
Columbia Theatre last night by the
Georgo Amusement Company proved
an interesting drama The popularity
or the book and the strength of the
play insured p good representation
on tho stage and the characters last
night did their different parts justice
Fred Eckhart in the title role and
Gretchen Sherman as Edna Earl were
the two characters most popularly re
ceived The transformation of Willis
Wood a country boy from his back
woods habits to his movements in
good society was also interesting
Your neighbor buys his groceries
here why dont you Longs Gro
cery
WANT COLUMN
Rent Your Rooms If you have any
rooms for rent advertise them in the
Missourian If you want to rent rooms
and can not find suitable ones adver
tise in the Missourian If you wanl
boarders a Missourian want Ad will
Wants Room In Private Home
A gentleman wishes to secure
room and also board in a private home
where there are no other boarders or
roomers Best references Address
care Missourian J E C adv
WANTED STUDENT TO DO JAN
itor work Apply at once Missouri
Store Fountain
FIRE TORNADO PLATE
GLASS STEAM BOILER LIA
BILITY ACCIDENT HEALTH
BURGLARY AND ALL KINDS
OF INSURANCE NOW IS THE
TIME TO LIST YOUR PROP
ERTY WITH US FOR SALE OR
RENT WE CAN GET VOU RE-
SULT8
JAS G HOLCOMBE CO
205 206 THILO BLDG
FOR RENT FOUR BEAUTIFUL
newly furnished rooms board if
wanted in a private family at JiH
Hillcrest
FOR RENT TWO OR THREE
room housekeeping apartment near
University Phone 402 Green
WANTED A POSITION BV A
white girl to do house work or cook
ing Call at 507 S 5th or phone 37
Green
For Sale
FOR SALE A PRACTICALLY
new 7 room house barn largo lot 90
by 200 on brick street Will taktj live
siock to value oi f xuuu as pari iJiij
160 acres productive land lays well
well improved on good road C miles
from Columbia Mo
W Ji GOLDSBERRY
Rooms 403 4 Ex Batik ffidg Phone
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And the fellows appre
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Like a meteor theyve
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