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The Right Place ttJESfitt
and Repairing is
f O j means tie best at all occasions. Tkis store serves nothing
urocery oatisracnon... bit the best. Try o.r service.
JACOBS' GROCERY 488 Broadway. Phe 82.
IS YOUR HOME
Perhaps you think it is,
but we want to
and invite you at all
times to come and say
you merely waiat to see
what's new in Furniture.
Parker Furniture Co.
16 NORTH TENTH ST.
:-: MISSING WORD CONTEST
BE SURE TO BUY
Corner 8th & Broadway
"They are the Best of course"
Watch This Space
In Accident Insurance
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST
In several of the advertisements on
this page there has been a word left
out purposely. Head each ad carefully
and see If you can And the missing
To the first person who finds those
words and brings or sends them to
the University Missourlan office wc
will give one dollar in cash.
Write your name and address and
also the words and the name of the
firm fiom which the word was miss
ing. Seal in a plain envelope anil
bring or rar.il it to the Missing Word
Cditor, the University Mfasourian, Co
lumbia, Mo. No answers received by
No answer will lie received before
X o'clock, a. m.. of the day following
publication of these advertisements.
Winner Lawrence Magill.
For Good Goods in
Lap Robes and
Come to the
Boone Co. Lumber Co.
coupled with ample capital
and efficient conservative
management, commend this
bank to all who need a banks
8th and Brosdway.
Economy in Feed
Will be explained to all who call and
BOONE COUNTY MILLING & ELEVATOR CO
1 IGERS' DEN
IT'S REAL PLEASURE
To spend the evening there the place is fine and the conven
ience is great Meet me there this evening. 23 S. 10th St.
Holiday Slipper Sale
We suggest you come see
our new stock of fine hol
iday slippers for
MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN
These make splendid gifts
as well as inexponsho
ones como early.
THE MEN'S STORE
EVERYTHING IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS LARGE
NEW ASSORTMENT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
STRICTLY IN KEEPING WITH THE VERY LAT
EST STYLES. INVITE YOU AT ALL TIMES.
Victor Barth Clothing Company
PURE IS suppLlED BY
Mil K nA Whit. E.,1. Dairy C.
Purity Is Their Feature
IS S. TENTH ST. PHONE 30
Children Thrive on Ourl
It's the purest and most whole
some bread made there's scien
tific features about it that lakes
it so good.
18 N. Ninth St.
We Want The Young Men
To come and find out how fine it
is to have real tailor-made clothes
It means better appearance,
better wear, better in every way
Come, Ask About It.
THE FASHION SHOP
'ill's New If You Get It at The Fashion Shop"
AT THE CIGAR COUNTER
Should be for either the Sultan
or Columbia Cigar. The best 5
cent cigar made and we want to
impress upon you that it's made
at home. For sale everywhere
T. F. WERDEMAN
107 A N. Ninth St. Columbia
OUR DAINTY LUNCHES
are a delight to all who try
them cleanest and best is
the verdict of all.
JUST BACK OF ACADEMIC HALL.
CUTS HAIR SCIENTIFICALLY
TO SUIT THE FEATURES.
We know how to cut hair to suit the features
exactly and invite your patrostfe.
Tiger Barber Shop
Rohrig Bros., Prop. 910 Broadway
Business People the World Over.
Are offering their best positions and advancement to those who are qualified for business. THE CO-"
LUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE is offering students more modern business methods than any other school In
the state- C.'E. BALDWIN, PRESIDENT.
YOU'LL SAVE LOTS OF WORRY
By Patronizing Our Store
' Come Try It.
E. W. JAMES
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
700 Broadway Phone 241
Where There's Busty, Waller Tsket It;
Where There's Nose. Waller Mikes It.
Iiiotlinr uonL h you wjnt the
UM photo )ouHvr had. roinctu
Waller's Studio 911a Brd'w'y.
1KX11I ASK UKOADWW
ONE THIRD OFF
On all Silks, Velvets, Flowers
and other Hat Trimmings also
big reductions in Winter Millinery
MRS. G, HESS, MILLINERY
24 South Ninth Street.
Are always the Best best because
the purest of materials are used
and made by an expert candy
maker who is a member of our
firm and is interested in pleasing
COME VISIT OUR STORE.
1010 E. BROADWAY
Such as the HOWARD &. WAL
THAM in all values It will be
no trouble to show you these.
Ofou That Flowers
Should b sent to your friends
quite frequently. We are prepared
to furnish you with beautiful bo
quets of Roses, Violets or Carna
tions. 'Miss Augusta Koeppen
1005 East Broadway.
When you want drugs or
when you wunt prescrip
tions lilted carefully
9 N. Eighth St.
Where the bot io draii can siwsjrs be had
Broken Lenses should be sent
direct to us to avoid one day's
ELLS OPTICAL CO.
910 a BROADWAY.
We invite one and all who want
CANDY FOR CHRISTMAS
To come to our store and see our
fino collection of Xmas Candies
and Fancy Boxe.
"GOOD THINGS TO EAT"
Is the place for complete satis
faction for regular patrons.
J. D. VAN HORN
116 Broadway Phone 204
SHOE THE HOR8E AND MARK
LET THE COLT RUN BARE
And always remember wo
appreciate your patronise.
JARVIS AND FICKLIN
118 N. 8th St. Phone 238-S!acfc
ALL KINDS OF J
Tin, Slate or Metal Ceiling Repair
Work ic our specialty. We do it
R. W. WRIGHT'S TIN SHOP
909 Cherry St. Phone 389-Red
PAYKE'S HARDWARE STORE
Headquarters for Stoves, Cutlery,
and all kinds of Hardware;
extend thanks to their
patrons for their most
liberal patronage dur-.
V u and asK ror a
Calvary Episcopal Church.
Holy Communion at 7:30 o'clock
this morning; second iclohralion of
the holy communion nnd rppular ser
mon at 11 o'clock. There will be no
evening service. Sunday School at
U:4.1 in tho morning.
chureh services .at 11 o'clock,
subject of the sermon will he '
Ilible School at 9:30 o'clock thi-s
limning. There will be specidl clause.;
ffor students. "The Past ns a Prepara
tion for the Future" will be the bub
joct of the regular morning oivice at
10:45 o'clock. The subject for tho
evening service at 7:30 o'clock will
he "The Right Approach to Oo1." Tne
north sido Dible School will meet at
2:30 o click iN5 afterno.-n. The In
tcrmediiuc ad Senior Endeavor So
cieties will meet at G:30 o'clock.
Sunday school, at 9:45 o'clock this
morning: church at 11 o'clock. There
will he no Christian Endeavor tonight,
but thn evening c'lurch servico will
be held as usual.
SPOKE AT FARMERS' MEETING
-Vews has beenreceived here that a N. Y. The new arrival" weighs teven
daughter was born Tuesday to Prof, pounds. Mr. Oager was formerly pro
and Mrs. C. Stuart Gager, of Brooklyn, lessor of botany at the University
Sturdy S.-Inol at !:3 orn:!: this
morn.n. Tho regular he.'iiion bv the
pastor t li :" o'clock . '; ho foi
lowed by the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper. The League devotional meet
ings will start at C:30 o'clock tonight.
The regular evening services will he
held at 7:30 o'clock. !
The subject of tne regular sermon
at 11 o'clock this morning will be
Men in Church Life." "Disciples as
Witnesses," will be the subject of the
evening sermon at 7:30 o'clock. Mr.
Rees will sing.
Christian Sciertists' Church.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock this
morning at 910A Ilroadway. 'Regular
Curtis Hill Returned Yesterday After
Attending Four Institutes.
Curtis Hill, Stato Highway Engi
neer, returned yesterday from Troy.
Mo., where he talked at a fanners' in
stitute on roads. Mr. Hill spoke to
thokfarmers on methods of road build
ing suitable to that section and gave
them practical advice on keeping their
roads in good condition. He also
spoke at farmers' institutes at 'Win
fleld. Hawk Point and Silex.
Others speakers at these farmers'
institutes were: T. E. Quisenberry.
secretary of tho State Poultry Board;
S. M. Jordan, tho "Missouri corn
man"; P. F. Trowbridge, of tho Col-
lege"of Agriculture, and Miss Bailey,
who spoke on home economics.
WHEN YOU-WANT TO COMMUNICATE WITH BUS1NE65
PEOPLE OR WITH YOUR FRIENDS
The Colombia telephone Company has just com
pleted another long distance copper circuit, making
seven circuits the company has connecting Colombia
through loth Bell and Independent lines with every
point in the country having telephone service, so
that the people of Columbia can talk from the tele
phones in their own houses to practically any point
within a few hundred miles, and get good service at
very moderate message fee.
HE STOPPED AT BLACKWATER
Colin Lee Walked Only 44 Miles on
Proposed Kansas City Trip.
Colin Lcc. a student of tho Univer
sity of Missouri who started to walk
frorr Columbia to his home in Kansas
City, reached the town of Blackwater,
in Saline county, a distance of 44
miles, the first day. From Black
water, he took the train to Kansas
City, as Tils time to get home was
I .o left Columbia at 4:20 o'clock
Friday morning and reached Black-, Father Lloyd's Mother Dies. 1
water that night. In a letter to Curtis I Mrs. Marry Lloyd, mother of Father
Hill. Statft Highway Engineer, win. T. J. Lloyd, of the Catholic church In
gave him a map of the roads, be said I Columbia, died at 2 o'clock yesterday?
that bia feet were a little sore, but morning of heart failure. In St. LouU.
otherwise he was feeling fino and Mrs. Lloyd was 72 years old. Father?
would have liked to continue bis Lloyd left Columbia for St. IxjuIs yea-j
journey. I.ee l.rst went to Boonvillc ( terday morning. A priest from St.
and crossed the Missouri river at that I Louis will relieve hint for tho present?
of his duties here.
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