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UNIVERSITY MlSSOOtUJf, FRD)AT,v0CT0BEieIl,'1812. 'r)lc
We have just receiv
ed a big shipment
Direct from the fact
ory. They are fresh,
soft well they real
ly melt in your
Buy a mixed pack
It's a stepjrovi the Campus.
are absolutely FREE
this week to all Col
lege and University
Special Alleys will be
reserved for Women
from 9 to 11 a.m.
Come in and learn to Bowl.
A jive-pound box of Candy
for the Highest Average
On Tenth, a feu.' steps South of Btoaduay.
O'You can eat your
meals at any hour of
the twenty-four here.
We are always open
and ready to serve hot
meals just any time.
No. ii N. Sth St.
Just a few steps north
We make a specialty of
For a Quick, Glean Shave
W. E. POINTS and DOC PERRY
Eleven South Ninth.
J Payne's Orchestra
will furnish your evening's
1 entertainment - with good
I classy music
M. A. PAYNE, Mgr.
I Phone 361-ReJ. 512 S:5th St.
Buy standard machine. 1 25 to $50.
Cash or monthlv payments Cheap
er than rentingRebuilt Underwoods,
Olivers. Smiths. Remingtons.
L. H. Rice, Herald, 14, No. 10th.
Call 55 and subscribe for Missourian
COLLEGE GIRLS TO THE WOODS
Picnic Tomorrow For AH the Girls at
All the girls and' faculty members
bf Christian College are going on a
picnic Saturday. Books and work are
to be forgotten. Even" the sternness
of faculty dignity is to be cast aside
and all the college family will go.
The occasion is the annual campfire.
It will be held In the woods at Rock
The girls are planning to make the
trip in rustic style. Some of them
will go out on hay racks and some
will walks in short skirts and high
boots. Lunch baskets wil be taken
alons; and all will eat supper in camp
style. After supper everybody will
have to do a "stunt-" There will be
recitations, impersonations and other
This campfire is an annual feature
of life at Christian College.
Call 55 and subscribe for Missourian
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At Reasonable Prices.
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Write From Thirty-Seven
States ahd' Three Coun-
tries For College Daily.
FOLLOW THE TIGERS
Every One Mentions
umns or Eleven When He
Write "Back Home".
Persons in thirty-seven states and
three foreign countries read the .Mis
sourian every day. Graduates from
the University and followers of the
Tigers neer get too far away to send
for the students' daily paper.
Charles F. Loomis waits longer than
any other subscriber to see how many
touchdowns Missouri made against
Rolla. He is in Honolulu, Hawaii.
His paper travels 8,200 miles to reach
him. One little package goes to
Henry O. Eyssell in Kingstin, Ontario,
Canada; another goes to Mrs. Homer
K. Smith. Ancon. Canal Zone, Isthmus
of Panama: a young woman who was
a student in the School of Journalism
last year gets her paper In London,
The letters which accompany the
suoscripiions are varied- .Most or
them mention the Columns or the
Tigers. W. W Merryman who lives
In Paris, Tex., was one of the first
to subscribe at the beginning of the
school year. He wrote "Day after to
morrow school will begin in Colum-
UXn . iU 11 11. - .,
u.u, me lcuutva win oe iiociung in
on every train; houses Will' be opened
again and the night fairly alive with
reunions, parties and frolics. How
pleasant it will all be and how the
boys there will enjoy life this year.
I want to be with them too, as far as
possible and be in M. U. again. So
please find enclosed 52.00 subscrip
tion for the Missourian which I shall
look forward to with the utmost an
ticipation." Amos M. Colman of Porterville,
Cal., writes, "I have a great old long
ing to know of the doings of my Alma
Mater. Send me the Missourian."
Harry Graves, a student In the Uni
versity for the past three years and
now a broker In Palls&des. Cal.r says'
that he "can't do without the 'dope
on the football team." W. A. Fansler.
who was graduated from the School
01 .Medicine last year and is now at
Johns Hopkins, University, says that
he has been' going all the way across
Baltimore every day to get the paper.
"It seems like a letter from home."
A letter was received from J. A.
Runyan, secretary of the Board of
Commerce. Bay City, Mich., this week.
He says, "Some one was kind enoueh
to send me a copy of the Missourian
of September 17, 1912. On reading
this issue, memories of the "old days"
came back so strongly that I deter
mined I would not do without the
paper. Every time I see a copy of
the Missourian- I am proud of the
boys who are doing so much tb ele
vate the University and its standing
in the educational world. Best re
gards to all the 'boys' and 'girls' and
may the Tigers pull every feather out
of the Jayhawk's tail this year." :
Brief Local News
mt. nuiu ui nurrisuursr was nere
on business today-
Roy Daly and S. Butler went to
Moberly on business today.
Dr. A. W. McAlester departed today
for Kansas City on a business trip.
N. T. Gentry
went to St. Louis on
Colonel John T. Mitchell went to
Centralia on business' today.
H. H. Weekly of Hallsville was here
on business today.
P. E. Reed went
to Centralia on
Pat Nacy wenfto St Louis bn'busl
T. F. McGarry of Moberly came here
on business yesterday; he was de
tained over night on -account of the
wreck near Browns Station yester
day. " '
F. W. Smith and J.- C. Denham went
to Centralia on business today.
W. H. Naylor went to Hallsville to
attend a stock sale there today.
Mrs. James Chapman of Centralia
who has been visiting Mrs. E- W.
Crosswhite since Wednesday, depart
ed this morning for her home. Mrs.
Chapman stopped here on her way
home from an extended visit at
dalhi and Marshall.
Mrs. P. H. Lawless departed this
morning for Kansas City on a visit
MrB- c N- Drake of St. Louis, who
has been visiting John M. Long and
! fam,1y for the last month, departed
! for her home thls morninE-
' Joseph Glandon, a student in the
University, attended the Gibbs-Rice
. wedding in Mexico Wednesday night-
E- R. Price, state manager for the
Central Life Insurance Company, who
has been here on business, departed
this morning for his home in Glas
C. E. Fenton and wife of Bloom
field, Iowa, who have been isiting
friends here for the last month, de
parted today for Moberly, where they
will visit for a few days before re
Mrs- P. J. Beasley departed this
morning for St. Joseph to visit her
sons, M. L. and E. F. Beaslev. From
there ghe will go to Trenton to visit
her son. O. B. Beasley. She will be
away several weeks.
M1ss Vera Cummlngs. who for the
last six years has lived with her
grandfather, C. L. Bowman, departed
this morning for Brookfield, Mo.,
where she will live with her mother.
Mrs T E Brown and her son Wilbur
accompanied her. They will visit there
for a few days,
L. Birchfleld of Seattle. Wash., came
here last week to meet his son, George
Birchfleld, a former student here, but
now a student of dentistry in St.
T-Oliis. whn tL-ns pvnnWnil tn moot him
His son failed to come, and Mr.
Birchfleld departed this morning for
Macon County to visit relatives. His
son will meet him there.
ARMS ISSUED TO CADETS
So Many Meajin Corps That Some Go
t WlthoHt Equipment;
The University of Missouri cadets
received their first' instruction with
arms Wednesday. The regulation
equipment, consisting of Krag-Jorgen-sen
rifles, webb belts and bayonets,
was issued. Some of the men did not
receive arms, as there was a shortage
of equipment owing to the large num-
ber of'men tak,ng miIltary thls year
Immediately after drill there was a
short meeting of the members of last
year's rifle club. It was decided to
renew the organization "for the com
ing year. The object is to get a team
to represent the University in the Na
tional Rifle Association.
See our ad of Full Dress and Tux
do suits on page 31 of Saturday
Evening Post, Daily Bros. Jn Virginia
LOST Two books in front or Zool
ogy Building 'Wednesday. Finder
please return to Missourian or call
FOR RENT Room one block from
University; modern except heat 210
S. 10th. (dCt)
LOST A bunch of keys. Have name
of Earl King on ring. Return to
Wren's Pharmacy in Virginia Bidg.
WANTED A position as janitor by
a fir3t class experienced workman.
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uan lurnisu gouu reiereiiue. Ainny iu
Albert Thornton. 102 S. Second, or
phone G26 Black.
FOR RENT Two well furnished
rooms for quiet persons. 801 Hill
ROOM AND BOARD for young men
at 722 Missouri Ave. Price reason
able. Mrs. Draffear ' (d6t)
FOR RENT' ine-room modern
house, corner of Stewart Road and
Westwobd avenue, for $30 per month.
Inquire at 110 N. 8th'St, or phone
386 Green, or 394 Red. W. E. Farley.
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FOUND Plain gold cufT button.
o-al shape." 'Owner "can have same by
calling a't; Missourian office ahd pay
ing for this ad.
FOR RENT Room and Board for
young men at 722 Missouri Ave. Price
reasonable. Mrs. Draffen. d6t
ROOMS FOR BOYS Large rooms
with or without board. Newly fur
nished. Call on Mrs. Cooper, 1110
Paquin Street (T.F.S.)
SITUATION WANTED By lady
stenographer with two years experi
ence. Can give good references. Ad
dress J. Missourian. (d3t)
FOR RENT Two third floor rooms
fof men. Rent reasonable. Call at
1318 Anthony Street
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Qood Things to Eat
M Pie that is different from .ordi
nary restaurant pie, for instance.
Taste it and see.
L Two pastry cooks, one of them the highest sal
aried pastry cook in town, put in all their time at
this work here. They are real "pie experts."
fl Separate entrance to Cafeteria on ivest side of Lath
can be quickly cleaned and pretssd at
Work called for
flf We will be pleased to have
you open your account with us.
$1.60 start's an account. We pay 3 bn"Tiine depos'it.'
Northwest Corner 8th and Broadway."
Geo. B. Dorsey, Pres. r ' ' ' ' Ira'T. G. Stone, Cashier
W. E. Farley, Vice-Pres. JiVT. Sappy Ast Cashier
life tt t
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OUR WORK IS
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