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DXIVE18IJT MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, XOYEMBER 19, 1912.
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Having found a new location, we have decided
to close our store in Columbia about February 1st.
We wish to thank those who have been our
customers while we have been in business in
Columbia for their patronage. It was always our
policy to give you the best we could for the money
and we believe we fullfilled every promise made.
We are very sorry that our business does
not justify us in remaining in Columbia. We gave
you without a question of a doubt the beet equipped
modern store in the State, but this store has
never been appreciated from the start.
Thanking our friends
we are very truly
$25,000 STOCK OF
High Grade Merchandise at Prices to Move it out
This stock consists of women's, misses' and children's wearing ap
parel, knit underwear, muslin underwear, hosiery, gloves, corsets,
neckwear, handkerchiefs, ribbons, laces, embroideries, veilings, um
brellas, infants' goods, leather goods, toilet articles, dress trimmings.
All high-grade merchandise. You know the kind of merchandise we sell.
Tjs Stock must be sold within the next sixty days.
We have received in the past two weeks about $5,000 in all new merchandise and
have some goods on the way which were bought some time ago, but they will all have to be
Oppoi Utilities like this don't come every day
This sale, coming right at the Holiday Season when merchants should be getting a
profit will enable you to buy your Christmas merchandise at a saving of over 1-2 what
you usually pay.
Every tj'mr goes us ive ivill not move tiny merchandise if price ivill sell it. ,
You can supply your needs during this sale on all your future merchandise for
summer such as Hosiery; Underwear, Embroideries, etc. It will pay you as you will have to
pay double later on.
No goods sent on approval. No goods exchanged. Absolutely spot cash.
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The GantEllison Company
TRY KANSAS PLAYS
AGAINST THE TIGERS
The Scrubs Oppose Varsity
in Practice Yesterday With
DRILL IN KICKING
Team on Rollins Field
Tomorrow for Last Time
Are If you are, you
you had better get that suit
going cleaned and pressed now
to before the rush.
Lawrence And that Overcoat too,
? you probably will need
Are! The Price is 25c
HL & P. Tailoring Go.
110 S. Ninth Street.
a liquor case to be held there.
Jliss Ilimitt Ilickem went to Cen
tralia this morning to isit for a few
Mrs. Laura .Million departed this
morning for Moberly to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. John True, for a few days.
Kansas formations were tried out
by the Tigers yesterday afternoon.
"Eddie" Klein was sent to Lincoln to
watch the Nebraska-Kansas game and
he brought back some of the plays
that the Jayhawkers tried.
"Nebraska was lucky to win," he
said yesterday. "Kansas fought the
Cornhuskers to a standstill and had
It not been for two lucky runs they
would have won. The Kansas offense
especially was good. Alagill and Mar
tin, two mainstays in the Jayhawker
backfleld, were knocked out in the
first minutes of play and Kansas was
The scrubs have been given the
Kansas plays and they will use them
against the varsity this week. It is
not known whether Kansas "showed
her hand" in the game with Nebraska
or not, but it is probable that she
did. as the Cornhuskers game is as
important to them as the one with
If Kansas had any "scouts" here for
the Washington game Saturday their
mission was fruitless, for the Tigers
exhibited nothing out of the ordinary.
If they have any trick plays they have
not been shown so -far this season, and
they will be new to everyone next
The Tigers were given a ery light
workout yesterday. Mr. nrewer talked
to the men for about half an hour
about the plays and then gave them
a long signal drill lasting until after
dark. The "ghost" ball was used
An hour's practice in kicking was
gien Mills, Shepard and McAVilliams.
The goar kicking Saturday was ery
unsatisfactory to the coaches and a
great deal of time will be spent this
week in jtractice. Shepard tried some
j place-kicking, the first that has been
tried for a time. Mr. IJrewer has not
laid much stress on this department
of kicking this year and not a place
kick has been attempted this season.
There was no scrimmage yesterday.
The team will scrimmage the scrubs
today and tomorrow, their last ap
pearance on Kollins Field this year.
There are plenty of scrubs to scrim
mage now, as the announcement that
all the faithful would be sent to Law
rence has brought out those who had
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McDonnell went
to Murray today to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson of Fall
City, eb., who have been visiting
Prof, and Mrs. J. T. Withers, depart
ed this morning for their home.
W. F. McXatt went to Hannibal on
Miss Kate Burkhart, who has been
visiting her sister, Miss Ruby Burk
hart at Christian College, departed
this morning for her home in Marion,
Mrs. M. Jordan of Kansas Cits.
who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Jordan, departed this morning
for her home.
B. R. Middleton, stock dealer, of
Mexico, was here on business today.
X. M. Coleman went
Station today to hunt.
Brief Local News
W. L. Ward went to Centralia on
she visited her daughter, Mrs. B. L.
C. C. Hopper went to Browns Sta
tion on business today.
T. G. Barnes departed for Lebanon,
Mo., this morning. He has a posi
Mrs. Robert Selby departed this
morning for Kansas City to visit rel
atives, and attend the Missouri-Kan
I. X. Bailey went to Centralia today j gag game &t l.,.,., Saturday. Miss
J. H. Crews went
to Mexico on
E. V. Hoppe departed this morning
for Fulton on a business trip.
Mrs. C. J. Melvin of Hallsville, vis
ited her brother, Henry Polm. yes
terday. She stopped here on her
way home from Jefferson City where
Lee Forbis accompanied her to Cen
Miss Eliza Goldsberry of Sturgeon,
who has been visiting L. M. Davis
and family for the last week, depart
ed this morning for her home.
P. F. Trowbridge, professor of ag
ricultural chemistry in the University,
departed this morning for Keytes
ville, Mo., to give expert testimony in
R. B. Kiator of Chicago, who has
been visiting at the Phi Gamma Delta
House for the last few days, de
parted this morning for his home. He
will make a few business stops be
fore reaching Chicago. Mr. Keator
graduated from the University of
Wisconsin last year.
Recital at Christian Tonieht.
The third faculty recital of the sea
son will be given at Christian College
tonight. It will be in the college
auditorium and will begin at S:l-"
o'clock. The program will be given
by Miss Klara M. Hartmann, pianist,
H. E. Keim, violinist and Miss Mary
L. Marks, accompanist. The recital
is open to the public
A Good Roomer.
Landlady (letting room) Of course
I expect the rent punctually eery
New lodger Just so, madam. My
rule is, either punctually or not at all.
A 1-cent stamp on this copy of the
Missourian sent to a friend, may
bring a new student to the University
9 We have a great variety
of pieces in plain white
china for decorating. If
you are a china painter
there is nothing more ac
ceptable for a gift than a
specimen of your own
9 If you arc goine; to make your
gifts individual in this way, you
will have to begin them soon.
We have the white china in
articles suitable for cery mem
ber of the family.
Our bread, pies, cakes,
and ever thing we sell is baked in
our own sanitary shop home
made in fact.
The University Din
ing Club and Cafeteria use our
B. GENTSCH, BAKERY
20 N. 9th - 882-Rcd
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Don' l miss the Kansas Mass-Meeting tomorrow night. I
I "Cash in" (he old books, f
We have arranged to pay cash for all second-
hand books this week.
Bring your old books in tonight and get cash.
E Ours is a trade that Service made. 3
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Each pac!:c2C has ono
Every sweetheart wauls one
When you sec taera your
eyea won't behave
Lock the door:! Close the icindotcs!
Don't l:t c-y'oy move! Here's ilu.
HOW DID THEY HAPPEN?
Fcr 200 years cigarette makers mixed and tinkered
They couldn't blend Turkish tobacco and Virginia
To get the PERFECT FLAVOR they knew was there.
The other day a genius came along and, DID it.
Don't wait light one.
Selected by Missouri Alumni as
The Official Route
Kansas City to Lawrence, Kans.,
SATURDAY, NOV. 23rd.
Leaves Kansas City at : : 1 1:30 a. m.
Arrives Lawrence : : 12-30 noon.
The Alumni and Team USE THIS TRAIN.
OFFICIAL TRAIN RETURNING
Leaves Lawrence : : 6:00 p. m.
Arrives Kansas City : : 7:00 p. m.
Double Track, rock ballasted, no delays. Room for
all, no crowding. Round trip fare from Kansas City
Buy round trip tickets and avoid delays. Use Union
Pacific double track. You can order tickets in advance.
Going to Lawrence?
Then you will need many
little things in toilet articles.
We ivill be glad to supply you.
will furnish your evening's
entertainment with good
M. A.;PAYNE, Up.
Phone'361-Red. S12 8.5th St.
Phone 61, Cab and Transfer Co. (ad
day or night. We'll be there.
Phone'315. W. R. Houck
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