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f ' SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1911.
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A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!
VJ TO ALL PATRONS AND FRIENDS:
WE TAKE THIS METHOD OF
THANKING YOU FOR THE BUSI
NESS AND FAVORS YOU HAVE
SHOWN US DURING THE PAST
YEAR, AND TRUST THAT OUR RE
LATIONS DURING THE COMING
YEAR MAY BE AS PLEASANT AS
THOSE OF THE YEAR JUST CLOS-
WE WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!
K. L. CHANDLER,
South Ninth. Gribble Bldg. Phone 260.
Y7E wish you one and all a Hap
py New Year and sincerely
thank you for your liberal patronage
during this past year (which has made
it necessary for us to enlarge THE
DRUG SHOP) and which we also
hope to receive during the year to
THE DRUG SHOP
HATTON &. KNIGHT.
We Wish to Thank
Our Many Customers
FOR THEIR LIBERAL PATRONAGE
THIS PASSING YEAR.
OUR BUSINESS FOR THE YEAR
1910 BEAT ALL OF QUR PREVIOUS
WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY,
PRP3PEROUS NEW YEAR,
WE REMAIN, TRULY,
SAM Z. REID
SOUTH NINTH STREET GROCER.
THREE TOWNS IAN
Columbia, Lawrence, or Kan
sas City May Get the
NEBRASKA MAY BE PLAYED
Tigers Probably Will Sched
ule Some Larger School
in Sooners' Place.
USE OF ALUM PROHIBITED
Dr. W. P. Cutler Receiving Inquiries
Concerning Law Violations
Under the pure food and drug act it
Is illegal to use alum in preserving
Pickles or other canned goods. A
large pickle- company recently wrote
to Dr. V. p. Cutler, State Food and
Drug Commissioner, asking if the use
of alum was allowed. A heavy fine
can be imposed upon those who dis
regard this law.
Columbia, Lawrence or Kansas
City? At which of these three places
will tlio Missouri-Kansas football
game be played next fall? Ono town
seems to have about as good a chance
of getting the game as eith" of the
other 'two at the present time.
The governing boards of the schools
of the Missouri Valley Conference
hnvo passed a ruling whicii prohibits
having athletic contests on other thaa
college grounds and which prohibits
games on Thanksgiving Day. Unless
this ruling is repealed at tho coming
meeting at Des Moines the game will
have to be played either at Lawrence
Tho athletic authorities at Kansas
aro already insisting that the game
bo played at Iawrenee as the Ne
braska game, tho other big football
contest for them besides the Missouri
game, will be played at Lincoln, This
will give Missouri a chance to take
on Nebraska at Columbia next fall.
This could be done easily, as Okla
homa probably will bo dropped next
fall. The expenses of .bringing the
Oklahoma team to Columbia would
be as great as the cost or bringing
the Nebraska team and tho receipts
would not be so large. Missouri
would not play at Norman, as they
will havo both tho Ames and Iowa
games and possibly the Kansas game
away from home.
Flringing Nebraska hero would have
another advantage too. There will
be no big games on Rollins Field
next year except the St. Louis Uni
versity game and the Kansas game,
if that is played here.
The football schedule next fall prob
ably will include Monmouth, Kolla,
Iowa, Ames, St. Louis, Washington
and Kansas. If all these teams are
taken on there will be only one va
cant date. This could be filled bj
any one of a number of -big teams,
but Nebraska would have the first
call, owing "to the fact that she is in
tho Missouri Valley Conference.
Unless games with both Kansas and
Nebraska are played here next fall
there will not be as many good games
on Rollins Field as there were last
fall. Ames, Iowa and Washington
will all bo played away from home
and no big games to be played in Co
lumbia have been definitely decided
Columbia's Loss by Fire in
1910 Was Over $65,000.
The year 1910 was one of the worst
ever experienced by local Fire In
surance Agencies. One Agency, that
of Batterton & Belcher, paid out over
$3G,000, in losses, more than all of
the other Columbia Agencies com
bined. This agency is one of the
largest of American Fire Insurance
Companies in the West. The follow
ing Companies are in their agency:
Connecticut Ins. Co., of Hartford,
STUDENTS ARE COMING BACK
American of Newark, New Jersey.
Boston of Boston, Mass.
Security of New Haven, Conn.
Spring Garden of Philadelphia.
National Union of Pittsburg, Pa.
Relianco of Philadelphia, Pa.
Concordia or Milwaukee, Wis.
Northwestern National or Milwau
kee. BufTalo German or Buffalo, N. V.
Milwaukee- Fire of Milwaukee.
Milwaukee Mechanics or Milwau
People's National of Philadelphia,
Insuranco Co. or the State or HI.
Williamsburg City of Brooklyn.
Agricultural Ins. Co. of New York.
Humbolt of Pittsburg, Pa.
Rochester German Ins. Co. or New
Ciena Falls Ins. Co., Glens Falls,
Firemen's or Newark, N. J.
The agency or Batterton & Belcher
will be pleased to inspect your prem
ises; make suggestions for fire pre
vention; examine your policies for
needed endorsements, corrections and
omissions; help you keep track of
your expirations; in fact, tho agency
is at your service.
BATTERTON & BELCHER
80 12 Broadway, Columbia, Mo.
Rent Your Rooms. It you nave 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 want
boarders, a Missourian want Ad Trill
" 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
No "Cuts" Now After Vacation With
New Ruling in Force.
Students of tho University of Mis
souri are returning to Columbia. Sev
eral Teturned early in the week and
many came on yesterday's trains.
Tho stu'lents who return early, are
usually those who have some back
work to make up or have outside work
Since the new ruling was enforced
which takes off an hour's credit for
being absent from class before or af
ter a holiday, the students have re
turned to their school work on time.
Before this ruling was made, many
used to take a few extra days' vaca
The Missing Word Contest.
Tho "Missing Word" contest now
being conducted by the advertising
dapartment of the .Missourian is at
tracting the attention or scores or
people to the "puzzle page." A large
number of answers were received and
two were correct Lawrence Magill
and Miss Frances Nowell sending cor
rect answers, but Mr. Magill's answer
was received first and he was award
ed the prize. The contest page ap
pears again today. Who can find the
WANTED-iBOARD AND ROOM,
near the University preferred. Reas
onable. Address X. care Missourian.
Louis Spires to W. D. South, e
nw 243014. $2,500.00.
G. B. Nichols to S. C. Estes, ne so
7 pt nw sw S 4G 11. $1,000.00.
S. C. Estes to J. P. Estes, & int in
n pt sw sw S ne ne 18 ne 7 nw 8
Earl Roberts to C. H. Early, ne sw
C. W. Tribble to G. W. Tribbie,- ne
ne 14 ne sw 233112. $23.00.
Affiavit of George B. Rollins.
V. S. to James W. Daly.
U. S. to Alexander Douglass.
U. S. to N. A. Duncan.
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 YOU RE
SULTS. JAS. G. HOLCOMBE & CO.,
205-208 THILO BLDG.
FOR RENT FOUR BEAUTIFUL,
newly furnished rooms, (board if
wanted) in a private family at 804
FOR RENT TWO OR THREE
room housekeeping apartment near
University. Phone 402 Green.
WANTED A POSITION BY A
white girl to do house work or cook
ing. Call at 607 S. 5th, or phone 379
FOR SALE A PRACTICALLY
new 7-room house, barn, large lot 00
by 200, on brick street. Will take live
stock to value of $1,000 as part pay.
160 acres productive land, lays well,
well improved, on good road, 6 miles
from Columbia, Mo.
W. H. GOLDSBERRY,
Rooms 403-4 Ex. Bank Bldg. Phone
1 vrlsh to announce that I hare pur
chased one-half interest in W. L. Jar
vis blacksmith shop at corner of
Eighth and Ash streets, and on and
after December 1 I will be located at
the latter place.
T. W. FICKLIN.
Your neighbor buys his groceries
here why don't you? Long's Gro
I wish to announce that I have
moved my office to rooms 6 and 7 in
the New Miller Building, corner
Eighth and Broadway.
Dr. .W. A. Norris.
I wish-to announce that I am now
located in rooms 5 and 6 in the New
Miller Building, corner Eighth and
Dr. J. E. Thornton.
For Fire and Tornado Insurance see
Alba T. Fountain.
New Year's Greetings.
We've not yet been in bus
iness in Columbia a year,
but we've built up the
largest trade in Ready-to-Wear
Apparel of any store
in this section of the state
for which we are very
grateful. To each and ev
ery one of our patrons we
extend thanks ' and solicit
your continued patronage,
as well as the patronage of
everyone during the New
The Branham-Hinkle Co.
We desire to express our thanks
to our patrons for their splen
did patronage during 1910, and
we respectfully solicit a contin
uation of same during 1911.
PALMER & LAUGHLIN
Rogers D, G. Co.,
extend their thanks to the
public for a generous pat
ronage during 1910 and
solicit your continued pat- '
ronage during 1911.
A HAPPY AND PRQSPtskr
OUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
here why don't you? Long's Oro-lfrom freezing.
Your neighbor buys his groceries We will care lor row auto Mt ypr6 V
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