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SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 19it.
Extend their most hearty
thanks for your liberal
patronage during the
A continuation of same
during 1911 will be appreciated.
A BANNER YEAR.
Demonstrations and Speakers
Listed for Convention of
TO CONTINUE FOUR DAYS
Fifty-Third Annual fleeting
Will be Held During
IT MAY INTEREST OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS TO KNOW THAT
1910 WAS A BANNER YEAR. WE
HAVE BEEN IN COLUMBIA SEV
fcNTEEN YEARS AND OUR BUSI
NESS HAS GROWN STEADILY
"FROM THE FIRST.
VE FULLY APPRECIATE YOUR
PATRONAGE AND WE HOPE WE
ARE SECURING IT ON THE BASIS
FOR THE NEW YEAR WE PROM
ISE TO SHOW EVEN A GREATER
EFFORT AS WE ARE CONFIDENT'
THAT QUALITY, GOOD STORE
SERVICE AND FAIR DEALING
WILL STILL FURTHER PUSH OUR
BUSINESS TO THE FRONT.
WE WISH YOU, ONE AND ALL,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW
THE OLD RELIABLE FIRM, THE
Strawn-Holland D. G. Co
WISHES YOU A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
We thank you for your
generous patronage during
the past, and solicit a con
tinuance of same during
One of tho most important meetings
to bo' held Fanners' Week at the Uni
versity ci Missouri v. Ill bo the fifty
third annual meeting ot the Missouri
State Horticultural Society. Tho
meeting w'll be conducted by the
State Board of Horticulture.
Many"pron;inent horticulturists from
Missouri and other states will ad
dress tho -.Kiting f aimers. Questions
of importance to fruit growers will
be discussed and plans made for the
higher development of fruit culture
in Missouri. Following is the program
for the wee';:
Tuesday Auditorium of N;w Agricul
Opening exercises of Farmers'
VreeV 10 a. in., addrc-, by Dr. A.
Ross Hill, president ot ihe University
of Missouri; address, by Professor F.
D. Mumford, dean of i College of
Agriculture and director ci the experi
ment stafon; anncuncemsMs.
Roam S Horticultural I uildino.
3:00 p. in., "Somo Physiological
Point0 in Strawberry Growing," by H.
C. Pore, Sa.coMC, Mo.; "Influence of
Weather. Soil Condition's and Other
Surrounding0, upon tho Liabiilt of
Plant" to Hecorne Diseased" by Dr.
George M. Ilee-.i. professor ot botanj,
University of Missouri; discuion.
Auditcriur.i New Arjt icuftural Building.
T.jJ p. ,:.i.. music. Univcrsit Or
chestra, "Cooperation a an 'Aid to
Successiul Peach Production .In the
Oarks." 1) E. N. Plank, Ljecatu".'.
Ark.; "Poultrj Hm bandry." Prof. .1.
K. nice. Cornell University. ItHiea. N.
V.; 'lnt,rea?it!g the Yield or On: Cer
eal Crop-," by Prof. K. G. MiJntgov
ery. o-iperimetal ag,onoiUiL Str.to
Whltten, University of Missouri (Uni
versity short count?); 10:00 a. m. to
12:00 in., "Demonstration in Spray
ing," by Prof. W. H. Chandler, Uni
versity of Missouri (University short
course)? 1:30 p. m., Demonstration in
the preparation and use of insecti
cides, illustrated by meant' ol lantern
slides, by Dr. L. Hasen-an, department
of entomology. University of Missouri;
"History. Aims and Application of Co
operation in Fruit Growing and Mark
eting," by Professor W-. H. Chandler,
instructor in horticulture, Univers'ty
of Missouri; report of 'committees on
obituary; "Spraying and Spray Ma
terials," by H. M. Dunlap, Savoy, III.
6:30 p. in., Sixth Annual Agricul
tural College Banquet. Will bo held
in tho,dining room of l.athrop Hall on
tho University campus. Tickets will
be on sale in the corridors of the
Agricultural Building on Friday.
News of Society
Miss Lucy Jesse returned to Mexico
esterday afternoon after visiting,- her
sister, Mrs. T. J. Rodhouse.
Shannon Chandler, of St. Joseph,
Mo., is visiting friends and relatives
here. He formerly lived in Columbia.
Miss Carolyn Pickard gave a paity
Friday night at the home of Iiei par
ents, Proi. and Mr.s. John Pickard, on
Miss Louiso Shepherd and Mis'!
Sylvia Magill went to Centralis yes
terda afternoon to isit M.-s nna
Captain and Mrs. S. Hcininciman. of
Leavenworth. Kas.. rcturneJ homo
yefterday, alter spending the Christ
mas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. C. It.
Start tho new year richt becia Your neighbor buys his groceries
trading at Thong's Grocery. North Mh here why don't you? Long's Gro
0:00 a. n. "Preparing ar. i Planting
iho Orchard," b . I- Ho'vard,' pro
fessor of horticulture. University cT
Misjouii. (A part of th- L'nivpt'sUy
short course); 10:00 a. in.. r'Detoon--tration
in Pruning Apple Trees," by
Dr. J. C. Wliitten. professor of horti
culture. University ol Missouri, ia part
of the University short coutsa); re
port of commit e-c on fruit show
awards; J:w p. m.. Tlires tearr.
Experience in Marketing Fruit
Through a Central Association,' by
It. M. Hitt, president of the State
Hoatd of7 Horticulture, Koshkonong,
Mo.; "Orchard HeatingJ' by W. A.
Irvine, Springfield, Mo.; cjiscussion.
Auditorium New Agricultural Building.
7:30 p. m.. music. University Or
chestra; "Some Requirements for
Largo Yields of Com." bj Prof. C. G.
Williams, chief of agronomy -department,
experiment stat'on. Wooster,
O.; "Education for Country Life." by
Prof. O. G. Kern, superintendent of
s-c'uools of Winncbagij county. III.,
Koekport; "The Agricultural College
and tho Farmei." bjyProf. F. II. Mum
lord, clean ot the .Agricultural College
and director ot tfio experiment ita
tion. Columbia, "-
Rcom Hor-jcultural Building.
S:00 a. in., "Some of Our Orchard
Insects," by Dr. (Leonard Haseman, in
charge of department of entomology.
University of Missouri, (University
short course); 9:00 a. in.. "Varieties
ot Fruits to plant," by Dr. J. C. Whit
tou. University ol Missouri, (Univer
sity short course); 10:00 a.m. to
12:00 m., "Demonstration in Pruning
Peach Trees," by Prof. W. H. Chand
ler, department ol horticulture. Uni
versity of Missouri, (University short
course), 2:00 p. in., "Arc the Springs
Colder Now? A Paper on Late Spring
Fiosts iu Relation tr the Fruit Crop
in Missouri," by Geo-g- Reeder, direc
tor of the Missouri Wcatiiei Service.
United States Weather Bureau, Co
lumbia. Mo.; "Special Factors Which
Determine the Piofits in Fruit Grow
ing," by S. W. Moore, EIwell..W. Va.;
discussion. " .
j Auditorium New Agricultural Building.
, General session ot all the organ'za-
tion 7:30 p. m., music. University
Orchestra; "Buying. Feeding and Sell
ing tho Steer for Profit." by I. G: I:n
hoden. stockman, Decatur, III.; "What
Can Bo Done on Twenty Acre ," by
Arnold Mai tin, Dul'oi.i, Neb.; "The
University and the Tanner." Dr. A.
Ross Kill, president of the University
Friday Room 8 Horticulture Building
S:m. a. in.. "Improvement ol the
Heino Grounds," by Professor II. F.
Major, in charge of landscape garden-j-jT,
T"r.ivers"tv of Missouri. (Univcr
sit short course); 0:00 a. m., "Orch
ard Cultivation," by Professor J. C.
Miss Udith Doane, or Jcplia. Mo.,
anived in Columbia yesterday-for an
eMcndei! visit with hi brother,
Howard Doane. ot tho College ol Agri-cultuse.
.Miss Anna Douglass, of 70C Fannin
avenue, entertained the Girls' Sewing
Club at her heme yesterday afteri'oon
and last night with a watch part and
dance. Gentlemen friends, were In
'. itcd to tho evening's entertainment.
Mr. and Mrs. O. U Franklin, who
hao been to St. Louis and points in
the Fast on their wedding trip, will
rutin n tudac. Mi. Fianklin is an em
ploye at rrcdendall's- department
CHANGES, IN WABASH TIME
Arrival and Departure of Four Branch
Because of a change in the train
schedule of severaltrains on the Kan
sas City-St. Louis division of the Wa
bash ra'Iroad. there has been a change
ot time in tho trains on the Columbia
branch of that road. Tho train which
cornier!' left Columbia at 1 o'clock
"n the afternoon will leave at 1:45
O'clock. The one due iu Columbia at
1:40 o'clock in the afternoon is now
due at 1--15 o'clock. The 2:IJ0 o'clock
train to Centralia has been changed
to SUS o'clock in the afternoon and
the train wh'ch 'formerly arrived in
Columbia at 7:30 o'clock at night is
now due at 7:10 o'clock.
Tho other trains will run according
to the same time as before. The
change went into effect today.
RUSH TO PAY UP TAXES
County and City Offices" Busy Yester-
day Completing Year's Work.
There was a big rush in the offices
of the city and county ta co'ieccors
esterdaj. It was the last ciay that
laes lor 1910 cnuld bo pa'd befoi"
the 1 per cent a month additional as
sessment would go on. All tax pay
ers who failed to make settlement for
their 1910 taves will now bo delin
quent, and the will bo subject to the
REV. C. W. MOORE TO SPEAK
Kansas City Preacher Will Lecture on
Art and Sociology.
The Rev. Charles W. .Moore, of the
Institutional Church or Kansas City,
will give a series of lectures on art
and sociology at the University of
Missouri, from January 12 to 13. Mr.
Moore will illustrate his lectures with
a large collection of prints.
Start tho new year right begin
trad'ng at Long's Grocery, North Sth
Library Will Be Open Monday.
Owing to the fact that so many
students will be back Monday, the
University library will bo open all
day. It will not be open Mondav
iiislit,. however. It was announce! --.t
first that the librar would be clo-.ed
all day tomorrow.
Start tho new ynr right l-ogin
trading at Long's Grocery, North Sth
The Missouri Store "-w
' COLUMBIA. -HOk
To Our Patrons.
YE thank you lor your very liberal patronage since we
"" opened our store, and we ttust wc shall merit a contin
linuance of the same during 1 9 ! 1 .
Is Progressive. Progressive in olfr continued growth. Progress
ive in the Merchandise we sell, Progressive in styles. Progress
ive values. Careful of our promises.
The greatest homage wc can pay to
Truth, is to use it.
Wc arc naturally enthusiastic about our business. But we
never allow enthusiasm Jo distort facts.
We shall adhere to our former Policy of conducting our busi
ness. Even-thing marked in plain figures. Strictly one price
to all. And no discount to anyone. The square deal to every
one. Wishing you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year,
We are very truly yours.
Commencing Tuesday morning January 3rd: we open at 8:30
a. m., and close at 5:30 p. m.
THE NEW YEAR
What a beautiful world
this vould be if the senti
MENTS OF LOVE. UNSELFISHNESS"
AND GOOD WILL WHICH FILL
THE HEARTS OF MEN AT THIS
SEASON WERE TO CONTINUE
DURING THE ENTIRE TWELVE
THE VERY ATMOSPHERE IS RE
DOLENT WITH JOY AND PEACE
ANO GRATITUDE. IN THE SPIRIT
OF THE TIMES; WE THANK YOU
FOR YOUR PATRONAGE AND LOY
ALTY. IT WILL EVER BE OUR
DESIRE TO DESERVE THEM.
WE DESIRE A CONTINUATION
OF YOUR PATRONAGE DURING
THE NEW YEAR AND PROMISE
YOU NOT1 ONLY THE LOWEST
PRICES. BUT ALSO THE LARGEST
STOCK IN THIS SECTION OF THE
STATE TO SELECT FROM.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW
YEAR TO ALL.
1 1 wi
N nY irii I'tiTi ffigffrfiff
--Strf-v. 1 - uatarttefe':