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UOTEBSITT mSSOUHAy. THURSDAY, JASTJABY M, HIS.
ADS I 55
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FOR RENT Comfortable room, one-
Ibalf block trom University. $10 a
Imonth. 23 Allen Place, phone 1125
I Red. (d5t)
TO RENT Several pleasant rooms
steam beat; new bouse. 714 Mis
souri avenue; phone 546 white. 4t
FOR RENT Large room, $10 per
month. COS S. 5th. Phone 492
I ENJOY your meals. Table board at
Irs. Wright's $3.50 a week. 602
wey Ave. 6
MEALS will be served regularly
here atter the holidays. Rates $4 per
week; single meals 35c; Sunday, 50c.
Mr. M. R. Douglas, 1106 Paquln. (9t)
Pemberton Hall will have room for
a, few more girls after January 3rd. 3t
FOR RENT A south room, two sin
gle beds. 605 S. 4th. Phone 402 B.
FOR RENT Seven room house
$20. Or will rent either 5 or 2 rooms.
$03 Virginia. 3t
mn KiTRPIt hull terrier nuns.
m Prince Burke strain. Best all around
Xit known. Affectionate and rella
Mfcjjf Watch dog. Don't you want a
apalv- See Dr. Cutler. Phone 767-black.
See Dr. Davidson for your glasses.
I Office second floor New Guitar BIdg.
FOR RENT A new five room cot
tage, modern except heat; $20. 104
Broadway or phone 564-Green.
DANCING Lwsoas gtram privately.
HI Comlay. 441 WalU. M
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There are 150 short course stu
ipkb in town looking for rooms,
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vacant room through a Mlssourlan
ILLINOIS WOULD FLAT X. U.
XegotiaiioBs'for Football Game oh,
Says Chicago Paper.
Illinois may yet be on the football
schedule of the University of Missouri.
A story from the Chicago Tribune
Missouri may be a new team on the
University of Illinois football sched
ule. Negotiations are in progress for
a contest on Illinois field October 11.
Missouri managers have responded
they would like to meet Illinois, but
prefer a later date. Illinois wants to
have a hard game before the confer
ence season opens. It is felt, that a
game such as the Wesleyan contest,
which Illinois won by an 80 to 0 score,
does no real good.
TELLS OF RURAL CHURCH WORK
The Rer. X. B. McN'ntt to Lecture at
the Y. M. C A. Xext Month.
The Rev M. B. McNutt of the
Board of Home Missions of the Pres
byterian Church will visit the Y. M,
C. A. February 7, 8 and 9. He will
make several addresses on the effi
ciency of the country church.
Mr. McNutt is a graduate of the Mc
Cormick Theological Seminary. He
was for ten years the pastor of the
DuPage Presbyterian Church at Plain
field. 111. The Board of Home Mis
sions employs him to give lectures on
how he built up that church.
HIS HENS ARE WINNERS
Bachelor Fancier Has Received
Gnnny.Sack Full of Ribbons.
A. gunny-sack full of ribbons is
what J. H. Hanly, a bachelor poultry
fancier of Monticello, has won with
his poultry. He Is showing Barred,
Buff and White Plymouth Rocks at
the Boone County show.
One Barred Rock hen he is exhibit
ing won six blue ribbons as apullet
and has already won twelve as a hen.
The owner has been offered $75 for
her but he refuses to sell.
C. S. Jones Here Tomorrow.
C. S. Jones, president of the Chi
cago Live Stock Exchange, who was
to have spoken to the Missouri Cattle
Breeders' Association at the Agricul
tural Building this afternoon, was
not able to get here in time. He will
be here tomorrow and speak on
"Railroad Transportation of Live
Stock" at the Agricultural Building
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
TO DISCUSS PROBLEM OF GIRL
Miss Edu Day of K. U. Will Talk to
Home Makers' Conference.
Miss Edna D. Day, former head of
the home economics department of
the University, Is in Columbia today.
She will address the Home Makers'
Conference on "Tfie Problem of The
Miss Day is the founder of the
Home Makers' Conference, which
brings up discussions of interesting
topics for the farmer's wife. She is
now head of the home economics de
partment at the University of Kansas.
Medal From Brazilian Library.
The University Library has Just
received a medal commemorative of
the dedication of the national library
of Brazil at Rio de Janeiro.
Call 55 and subscribe for Mlssourlan
Expresses our idaa of what
wa believe you will like in
Basement Exchange Bank Bid's.
will call for your!
ia S. 7th.
714 Broadway Phone 288 Black
MR. GLANCY and
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ST. LOUIS. MO.
A Hotel tttjov Motor. WHt ud Man in
PUBLIC AUTO SERVICE
At Muraahfe Mm.
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Mlssourlan 'phone number la 65.
"bST Daily Brothers Ig
lit IfiSfV xfll5 JU'f
To convey thought
without loss, words
must mean the same to
speaker and listener.
Smoke a pipe of
Velvet and straight
way you will say with
Burley leaf of choic
est growth, unmarred
by burn or bite. Its
will delight you its
matchless flavor will
move you to words
Music for all occasions
Phones 402 Green or 271
H. E. KEIM, Mgr.
LIVERY-for all occasions.
E. G. DAVIS 4b SON 5ft.
brine them to Heaniofers whan
therwQl be repaired by experts
and returned to you in perfect
w i wiiiref. Tfnnlmr'n
PHONE 74f MLMCK
Alto Suits and Orercoats
BELL TAILORING CO
10th and Broadway.
ffl Be sure to obtain a
copy of the University
Missourian at the In-
format-ion Rnrpon furh niorht.
IT - These papers will be given
free to all visiting farmers dur
ing the week. They will contain the
program of all meetings, their time
and a special page of Agricultural
news written by Agricultural students.
More than four hundred students
eat at the University Dining Club.
They get good board for less than
9 SO a week. Besides this the
W ' Club gives employment to a large
numDer or us memocrs m mc
kitchen or as waiters.
The members of the Club
electa president and a council
through which the policies of the
Club are determined. Any im
portant change is referred to vote
of the whole Club.
The men of the Club are one
of the most representative bodies
of men in) the University.
13 N. 9th
Mooed from 915 Broadtomy
FRIDAY MORNING 8:30 to 9:30 A. M.
Fertilizer Inspection and Analysis, P. F. Trowbridge.
Planting School Grounds, H. F. Major.
The -Selection and Care of the Hens Used for Breeding Purposes,
T. E. Quisenberry.
Profitable Methods of Wintering Breeding Ewes, H. Hackedorn.
How I Saved My Hogs Without Inoculation, Claude Thompson,
Sanitary Handling of Milk, L. G. Rinkle.
9:30 to 10:30 A. M.
Lessons from the Outlying Soil Experiment Fields of the Uni
versity, M. F. Miller.
Planting Fruit Trees, J. C. Whltten.
Hatching Chicks with a Hen and Incubator, H. L. Kempster.
Pork Production, L. A. Weaver.
The Farmers' Side of Farm Records, C. M. Long.
Feeding for Milk Production, C. H. Eckles.
10:30 to 12:00.
Fighting the Chinch Bug in Missouri, Leonard Haseman.
Demonstrations with Gasoline Engines, M. A. R. Kerfey.
Mixing and Applying Spray Mixtures, W. H. ChandlerJ
The Commercial Poultry Farm, R. C. .Lawry. I)
Hog. Cholera Demonstration, J. W. Connaway, E. C. Streeter.
Some 1912 Farm Management Results (10:30 to 11:15), D. H.
Some Farm Account Results (11:15 to 12:00), O. R. Johnson.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON 1:30 to 3:00 P. M.
Examination for Certified Corn Judges.
Boys' Corn Judging Contest
Tree Protectors (Wrappers, Washes, Paints, etc), W. L. Howard.
Brooding Chickens by Natural and Artificial Methods, H. L.
Swine Judging, L. A. Weaver.
What Our County Farm Adviser Has Been Worth to Us (1:30 to
2:15). J. P. Mabry.
Saving the Live Stock, (2:15 to 3:00), C. M. McWllllams.
Farm Buttermaking (Demonstration), L. G. Rinkle, T. C. Reed.
THE VIRGINIA GRILL
Ninth and Cherry
Columbia's finest Cafe.
Eat where the service
and food is the best.
For visiting farmers we have
made a special rate of
35c per meal
MODEL LUNCH ROOM
11 North 9th
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Bakery 4 Restaurant
We made special
preparations to care
for visiting farmers
Our location on
Broadway will be
convenient for you.