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UMVEBSITY MISSOUMA.N FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912.
u little lute these
cool mommas oti
ran t.top in as ynu
Ko to your eight
o'clock class ami jjet
a juick lunch.
iiuiij jiople would
rather li.ue a Iiht
ami that mcaiib a
few moie iniimtesof
try it some morn-iiiK-
It sa irp from the campus.
'Tailors to wen-
Have it ready
for Chris tmas-
By coming in tomor
row and picking out a suit
you will give us plenty of
time for c cry care and at
tention to making jour suit
a suit which will precisely (it
ami please j ou. Your vaca
tion clothes will then ivc the
satisfaction you desire as do
ali our suits, because they are
Only one suit from each
pattern at The I'ashioii Shop
neer two suits alike You
choose from the holts of cloth;
we cut and fit the suit to ou,
anil take even- stitch in the
uiakiiiK light here moiiroun
Figure jour clothes expense
by the 3 ear and Tailoied Suits
are most economical.
Tm: Fashion Shop
R. A. Ehinjrer
Lprese o :r idea of what
we believe ou will like nj
Itasc-tiient hvliane Hank Bid's.
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ABE MORE POPULAR
i Larger Number of Agricul
I tural Students Patronize
Library This Year.
GROWTH IS STEADY
275 Periodicals Received
Regularly Some of
Them Are Bound.
LIVERY for all occasions.
E. G. DAVIS & SON ith.
910 1-2 Broadway
PUBLIC AUTO SERVICE
At ItrnonnaMe Price.
'Ol.miJIA Al'TO COJIIWXY
ion S. 9th Street
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More life Is being made of the Ag
riciilturnl Library this year than ever
before, according to Miss Blanche
Hedrick, librarian of the College of
"Since the establishment of the li
brar3"," said Miss Hedrick, "there has
been a steady increase in its use.
Formerly there was plenty of room
to seat all in the reading room, but
now an adjacent lecture room has to
be used sometimes."
The capacity of the reading room
is about sixty-five. There are 27."
periodicals which come regularly to
I the library. This includes the daily
! and semi-weekly papers, containing
i the market reports. The best weekly
I and monthly agricultural papers pub
lished in the Tnited States are re
ceived regularly, as are also a few
papers from other countries. About
125 of these periodicals are bound
and placed on the reference shelves.
At present there are more than 10.
000 volumes in the library and the
number is steadily increasing. Three
hundred dollars was appropriated- re
cently to buy books for the special
use of students taking short courses.
.Most of these books have been bought
and are ready for use.
The loans from the librarj- were
about ,",000 last year. The librarj" is
open from 8 to ."j o'clock on school
day sand 7 to 0 o'clock at night ex
cept Saturday. It is almost strictly
a reference library. Whenever a pro
fessor assigns reference books, they
must be left in the library, and so
the students hae to go there to do
the reading. Sometimes they are
I loaned over night but must be re
j turned when the library opens in the
j niu iiuiuij v.i: u-iv CIIUIJI lien
j it was established in the new Agri
cultural Building three years ago, but
it has gradually increased. Last year
the Horticultural Library, with the
exception of the experiment station
reports and a few others, was moved
to the Agricultural Library.
The library contains all of the im
portant books on agriculture. Nearly
' all the bulletins and reports of the
! different experiment stations have
j been bound and placed where they
can be used for reference. Practically
j all the bulletins as well as the year
books printed by the Department ofj
j Agriculture are on file. too.
rm mi iiimiiih i
fT'hk store is ready in every department to
display its holiday goods. Never before
have we been supplied in such assortment
with Christmas goods as this season.
Here you can select desirable gifts for everv mem
ber of the family.
Chafing Dishes Carving Sets Smoking Sets Casseroles
Manicure Sets Percolaters Baking Dishes Knives and Forks
Aluminum Ware Gravy Ladles Cake Knives Salad Forks
Pocket Knives, in holiday boxes Butter Knives Sleds
Hobby Horses Coasters Bath Room Fixtures
MATTHEWS HARDWARE STORE
Phone 147 808 Broadway
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R. 682-1545 Broadway,
WELV YORK CITY.
Brief Local News
I Cscar Taylor of Moherly, who has!
been here on business, went home this I
Miss li'-rctico linlbrook, wli appear in "'The Military Girl' at the
Columbia Theatre Monday.
j O. Y. Hatcher, financial a?ent of
i ftephens Col lose, went to Richmond,
1'orest Alexander went to Fulton to
day on business.
... '.r..,:'"jy;,'A ,n VV'H -mv j ' -
tase'di oOt fl X'Jn', v';:;-X;' , Wtie M. BroOT1. who has been
C ' Witt?' ' 4lM'i- ' .' ; !sins Mrs. R. H. Gray. loft this
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:rVX & 'rSfrr-lti &.' i -'" sn(i V-Ts- l- (- Carter returned
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' -f; 'Bis?",-; '0, iocp" to Me.iro. T"py Lave been vis-
"'lV1!' Mprrf0 -r ."-rtho last few dav at the homo
;.vi&v.wv &, I WaV ' ''"" warier.
Your tickets are at
Allen's and the
If vou are a sub
scriber, you can get
them at once; other
wise reserve th em-Monday.
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y i'adaliap "rabam of Moat
T" " r , iho p.s r. tl-e j..rst of
i ',:vr, vr-nt today to
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. rri"p f;r It r h.." o m Loui?iani
Carved Crotal Toilet Aritcles.
Fich and Attractive.
cm el Press
JJre invite your inspec
tion of Colnnlicis' fore
most tailoring, cleaning
and pressing shop. . .
'ork- cat 'r. I for an J delivered.
Virginia TWilv SLrnc Virginia
Buiiaing umiy oros. KaM
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rn-S. rr ornplo-ed b'. a St. Lonis
Our bread, pit's, cakes,
and everything we sell is baod in
our own sanitary shop home
made in fact
The lTniireity Din-
lr i i."! Club ami C..:i.r i
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"--, Mm O C. Jl'-r'ji!ou5i. ( Barial of A. 31. Uothvell.
, Tha funeral cf .- vM-r M. Ko h-
( rc.,i'''-pl'!'' for tTi.cona. 'well va3 hold this niorn.n? at OU
v--r .. has wen H-.o athletic t Cedar Chnrch. The Kt-v. Archie
"' ' . 'rshir in tb 'Vtern Con- Frown, pasior of the chKTsIi, spoke. I
- r this j par. The latest con-'
. nst v. as in footDall, wh'ch is its first
fba-r:-'pr.Fliii in that sport for eleven, Penny Auction Christian College,
years. The other are in baseball, I Saturday evenin?, December 7. Every
basketball. cross-country and rowing. I body come. (adv)
The razor s harp. tle tov. el' s hot
And easy is the choir-.
sha".c you for a dime;
Tuo.bits to cut your hair.
71 Uroadway Tel. 22S Ulack".
.;ii call lor ur
ii i-. 7h.
Missourian 'phone number Is So.
Music for all occasions
Phones 402 Green or 271
H. E. KEIM, MKr.