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; A meetlng-of the Ad Club is to be
held -in the Y. M. C.'iAT auditorium
at 7r6'clockhoiadmw 'ti'Kht.to' flnlsff
; 'OFFICIAL STATEMENT
OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION
CENTRAL BANK, COLUMBIA, MO
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J Plans for a Sorority, Hobble:
t"'W" ." 'ifAGM.aSfWt: ""
Skirt Relay Are Made
, Also, Faculty Event.
MUSIC BY M. U. BAND
At Coltimhfa Kt.ltn nf Mtccnurl n iho
Wear etfer, Xodf; Mffer,
Me Mxde Better. They ate
Cleaners, . Pressers, " Repairers
7 1 8 A Broadway Phone 736
Ladies will be satisfied with work entrusted to us
Ebright. Now a Wichita Lawyer.
. Mills Ebright, former, Tiger baseball
touch and coach of the Kansas Uni
versity team last year, has opened a
law office In Wichita, Kas. Mr.
.Ebright has played in the ThreI,
Western, and Kansas State leagues.
' Fredendall's advance showing .cf.
Millinery and Ladles' Spring apparel"
.Monday and Tuesday, March 20th arid
U.-of; M. rtp Compete in Omaha" Meet.
The University of Missouri will send
a relay team to a meet to be. held by
thV Omaha Amateur Athletic Union,
April 1, in Omaha, Neb. Several men
will be entered in other events at the
Dpn'tmiss the sale of Merchants
and Manufacturers samples. "Wednes
day, March 2nd at Yl M. C. A. Build
Thirty University Women
Qirected by Miss AustilL
. .Prizes are being given by Columbia
merchants for the events in the Ail
Club's' second annual carnival, to be
held at the Kothwell Gymnasium
Friday, March 3i. The stunt commit
tee of the club has nearly finished tha
program of events for the carnivals
A faculty committee composed of
Prof. M. O. Hudson, Dr. W. C. Belt,
J. A. Gibson, P. L. Martin, H. J. Nor
ton and d. It. Moulton is arranging a
"stunt to be given by' the faculty.
The. lawyer?, journalists and farm
ers have appointed committees to
arrange their department events.
Part of the. carnival is to be devoted
to a parody on the athletic carnival
recently held at the gymnasium. A'
sorority hobble-skirt relay race vrl'f
The entire program will be Inter
spersed with athletic events ending
with a dance by thirty university.
women who are practicing daily In'
the woman's gymnasium under tha
direction or Miss Margaret Austin, di
rector of the Women's Gymnasium.
The Y, W. C. A. girls will havej
candy booth, and the girls of the
home economice department will
serve sandwiches and salads. Circus
lemonade, popcorn, and all carnival
"eats" will be sold. Following" the
regular program the Cadet Band will
play for a dance.
L. M. Drumm, chairman of the stunt
committee, visited the merchants
yesterday arranging for prizes to be
given in all the events.. The- Queen
for the 1911 Savitar is to' be selected
at the carnival. The Savitar staff de
cided at a recent meeting that the
best way to attain a fair "an'd repre
sentative vote was to make each tick
et to the carnival a ballot.
close of business otf the Seventh day
or March, mi.
Published in the Missourian, a
newspaper printed and published at
Columbia, State of Missouri, on the'
nineteenth day of March, 1911.
Loans and discounts',' un
doubtedly good on per
sonal or collateral... 'J38.333.05
Loans, real estate 03,785.00
Furniture and fixtures.. 3,500.00
Due from other banks and
bankers, subject to check.. 16.08S.61
Cash items .". 1,985.89
Capital stock paid in...
Undivided, profits, net. . .
Individual deposits sub
ject to check
Time certificates of deposits 1,108.00
Other liabilities, as follows
Cash Long. ... 8.85
STATE OF MISSOURI,
, ..County of Boone.
We, W. T. Conley as president, and
Ira T G. Stone as cashier of said
bank,, each of us, do solemnly swear
thbtbe above statement is true to
the best of our knowledge and belisf.
W.. T. CONLEY. President
IRA T G. STONE. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before' me.
this eighteenth day of March A. D.
nineteen hundred and eleven.
WITNESS my hand and notarial
seal oh the date last aforesaid. (Com
missioned and qualified for a term
expiring. March 30th, 1911. '
MASON' W. BELCHER,
'., . Notary Public.
HAROLD B. KLINE,
i W. E. FARLEY,
. JOHN A.-. GILBERT,
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1 Kindling for Sale.
Already cut up. Prompt
in your siibscrip-
11 at the office-
Eggs 15c dozen at Kohlbusch cW
eery. Phone 241. '
Dancing lessons given privately a'
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