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The funeral services ef K. T. Rol
lins, who died la 8t Leau Thursday,
were held at the BplecopaX Church
yeeterd an. TJe BT. .
rai Duckworth, pastor of tie Bple
copal Church of St Loeis, and the
Knights; Teator,; wMak Mr. BeV
lias was a member, ooaducted tie ser
vice Mr. Duckworth Bade a talk
on death asm e reward et a Ufa
apeat In concentrated Christian wor
ahlp. The pall beareie were E. M. Prlee,
Prof. W. G. Manly. Prof. U M. Detoe,
George Seeder, L. G. Courte, H. H.
Banks, N. T.. Gentry, C. B. MUler and
J H. Guitar.
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If you can get it fixed right
That's just what we do for you
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Old jewelry can be made over
into a fascinating piece by our
.You can design your own dis
tinctive piece of jewelry and we
can make it for you. And we
guarantee it to satisfy you.
Memories of your college
days can be kept actually
before you in after life if
you take a Kodak through
school with you.
Pictures of classmates,
athletic events, and of
"her" and "him" will be
priceless several yean from
Make a memory, book
with a Kodak.
' They sell at prices to suit
The Drug Shop
Knight or Rome
the Gotten Gate, I east anehor on
Breadwa at Van' Smart HoteL The
fatted calf waa killed and If the ring
did net grass the anger; I waa ear
circled by. the levin anna of a grate
ful and hap' family.
"TJhat romsrfcahlti obituary waa pub
lished In November or December,
1850. I would love to re-read it and
shew It te. my children.
M Tie said that home la where the
heart i' then I'm a stranger in a
strange land, dragging out a homesick,
unsatisfactory life, a state of indo
lent ease, aad de-nethlngness which
is incompatible with common decency,
a travesty on good citizenship and
manhood. I feel the' weight of years,
realise the decadence of powers and
know that the lengthening of shadows
protend ere long the summit of life.
I have safely and gracefully pasted
the first quarter stone on the eighty-
sixth round of the stadium and in, the
language of the great statesman, "I
still live." In the proclamation of the
Bull Mooae-r'Ky hat Is in the ring."
Send SalahtOens at Pelambkag.
"This hum-drum existence is not all
anguish and cold, but cheered and
wanned by sympathetic hearts who
have made 'the writer of my discon
tent' glorious by a flood of light from
congratulatory letters and '-New Year
greetings. I didn't know I had such
a host of friends. 'It has been a big
but pleasant task to write acknowl
edgment of the receipt of these
gems of friendship.
"Through you I send salutations to
R. B. Price, JuUge Switzler, Banks
Sebastian', Cash Newman, Will and
Ben Anderson, Doctor McAlester and
that noble old patriot and Christian
gentleman. Uncle Bob Smith.
"Your life-long friend,
"W. T. LENOIR."
SEW FIRE HOSE IS 6RBERED
CeancII Also Tells Committee te See
Abent Mater Track.
At last better fire fighting equip
ment is actually In sight Friday
night the fire committee of the City
Council waa Instructed to purchase
such additional hose as they deemed
necessary, and to qevise- ways and
means of purchasing a motor truck
and better fire equipment An assist
ant to the chief waa also recommend
The finance committee recommend
ed a new system of bookkeeping for
he collector and tije water and light
department This waa sanctioned by
the council and the finance committee
waa Instructed to axe the matter up.
with those departments.
The members of the council were
in favor of having the books, audited.
E. B. Cautaorn said that he did not
see how it was possible for the city
assessor to keep track of the owner
ship and transfers of all the lots In
pieces of land in the city, fie sug
gested that the city engineer provide
a book; in which the transfers of prop
erty could be recorded dally for the
informatioa cf city officials. The rec
ommendation waa adopted.
L W. Berry petitioned the council
for permission to erect an iron stair
way in the alley north of his store.
He was referred to the street commit
Strawn-Holland Dry Goods Company.
TWO SPECIAL SALES
Watch for Announcement for
Two Extra Special Sales
Flrst'Cfrisfg Silfa ffdJOms Q4s. .. Irr this rale
last January we sotd2000 yards of Sji in 3 days
all short lengths 1-2 price.
(This story taken from Printers' Ink
"I haves a .? I Y- ot W Q" coeds for Candy C0JM2
:'- ,' ; uii v fkisv- iibSt heaven ther CM
Wheeled, -"ertWngj - mZS be" th7eewtef SS ef te get fl-tW cue,
Stephen F. Whitman, Ben, Inc . m the candy tomers,te complain, hit none ef
u!.A IJ'iuLU .. .MAiJwinfA r -' .." . . . &.!.... . WWIllmi
-ins we oo-i mm or. ! g absorbed in waya watca oo not
oar present business in'a year by appear no the surface.
letting; down, the bare, hat, It won Whitman eoncern plea its
be suicidal to do it Oar sales- faith to the exclusive agency sys-
men are continaayy up against the tem, which, i, pMtyl
BSeW of Vefaatag. to sell " 'jftiott
7 , , , of package candles. The con
goods to dealer, who are clamor- -
dsfw fee Keapas; Cenfee
ae as, te Insreass Tew
gales and FreMs.
lag, lor them, ana new at tne cpcpijes, bni candies and In-
Keen careiuiiT. ana nave eaca .-
them are having any cenepicaous talesman who handles candy stock -,
success.- There sxe too atan opt lea these fscts: .
Itinitian to bar some. othr wateh, elosely incoming ship-J
nortnnittea, to, any sssne. ewer eaeclally to hot weather.
Kind witness sayug a wow w - aj4 ,. transportation company
body. The best that can be dene leare' a package of chocolates in
is to gaarantee the foods, absolnte- the. tan. to midsummer, or place
w flftrlunmn back or a fresh them neat to steam, pipes at any
ly, osenng money Baca; ex. a, ire--. tk WoUiea. win tnm
box for any cause whatsoever, or gny aad peop,e mt of tea
Cpr no cause at all, aad select ex- will: say "they are old and stale.
T. v J , cnocpnue-. ania, an. - - d djalers cerUlH gn> 0r g a shipment In bad
factory we turn down banches of stantaneous chocolate dates back .,.. ,. t- fh order, notify ua at once, so that
h.m . it.- j , A utinniUBK, unn w iw "'-. i' , : j a i !,.
9HUH wm oe apaae uu ute uiy-
The candy salesman needs, pack- meat duplicated immediately.
unsolicited orders evetr. day. to, 182, but taa. oeyeiopment or
e..l It Inaka 1IV aanriOA " 8uou, to -
of possible profit but we are build
ing for ten years henoe, instead
of merely for tomorrow, and the
exclusive agency plan is the only
way we can see tp market a pack
age of candy with success."
I remarked to Mr. Wheeleck nt I
the start oj our mervlew that it
seemed as though everybody was
going into the candy business; a
new one was showing up in the
newspapers or magazines or the
dealers' windows every day or
two. He replied that it waa not at
all surprising. "It looks so easy,"
he said. "Candy is made out of
sugar, sugar costs six or seven
cents a pound; good package
candy sells from eighty cents to
a dollar and a half a pound it is
no wonder that the concern with
drug-store distribution pats out a
candy, or that the manufacturer of
bakery goods thinks that he can
add a candy department with
economy." The fundamental
problem of the package candy
business, according to Mr. Whee
lock, and the one which 1b most
frequently overlooked, is the
problem of getting the goods into
the hands of the ultimate consura-
teed package Is of very recent in- bone, too to refusing big orders.
is very glad indeed to be able ta nnoince
students and University folks that it has een
granted the Columbia agency for
This feet it something of a compliment to the
more, too, to those who know te methods of the Whitman
company. We asked the comaany if we could sell their
chocolates here. After a considerable time they informed
us that we would be permitted 1'do. And now we lave
learned that while we were waiting to hear, they were finding
9t from outside sources if the Missouri Store was of m&h
ciekdy high character in its owq community tp warrant them
in permitting us to sell their chocolates.
This Whitman way merely another instance to show that
"coM businees propositions" are coming round to the ides,' of
We always advise our ageata not
to buy more candy than they can
Whitman's bonbons, are crystal-
iizea nroucie oy a, aaiuiy air- i.
tight film that keeps the insldes
fresh" and soft
They have been found In excel
lent condition after three months
in a show case, bat it is desirable
to sell them aa quickly aa possible.
Keep to a dry, cool place at a
temperature alvfaya below 81 de
grees; , not exposed -to the direct
rays of the sun, and away from
Do not store chocolates close to
drugs, cigars ee other articles
Having pronounced odors. Choco
lates absorb such odors quickly,
and ther. delicate favor Is de
stroyed. Never use filled boxes of confec
tions for window display. The
ribbons fide,' the packages be
come soiled, and the contests de
teriorate rapidly. We' supply on
request window displays which
are attractive and draw 'new cus
Never sell a doubtful box. The
customer may not complain, but
quietly cease buying; In extreme
ly hot weather it is wise to ex
plain to buyers of chocolates that
should exposure to heat for a few
moment turn them gray, it will
not affect their taste or quality.
There is a widespread demand
terest The exclusive agency sys- He advises 'his- trade to buy only
er in perfect condition. That ten began with the package candy, for immediate needs, Jlttle and for the best chocolates and those
means extra care in the manufao- and is, according to Mr. Wheelock, pftenA His orders, if they seem people who buy them are willing
ture, including such added proc- the salvation of that branch of excessive, are "edited" after to pay for service, for the expense
esses as the crystallizing of bon the business. The company must reaching the factory. of ultra-careful packing, shipping
bons, which adds expense with- insure itself so far aa possible The concern takes great pains aad merchandising. Warned by
out bettering the taste; it means against the delivery of a single to see that the dealer and all his the difficulties that (beset some
extra expense to packing, such aa stale or defective package to a clerks are informed and kept re- candy manufacturers, whose dls-
careful boxing by hand, to avoid consumer, which means, naturaj- minded, pf the necessity of get- tribution hssssio se widespread
bruising individual pieces; it ly, that the company must' knew ting the goods Into the consum- that the goods got beyond their
means added expense in shipment where every package goes. The erg hands in perfect condition, control, the Whitman eeacera de-
w.ltt the expense of keeping average purchaser of a stale hex The toUowlB extracts are taken ddei Hpoa XI",T y,
short-notice stocks in warehouses of candy does not kick (Mr. . - .,-- Hot mueh ta Increase its busi-
ia distant' parte of the country; Wheelock says he doesn't get one ?w a ,net oess nef-j M to keep ,t tke
aad. finally, H me'ans an uncondi- complaint a week), she quietly wIth Candy," which la sent to the bounds of control so as to give
tlonal guarantee and the return stops buying that kind of candy, dealer with all shipments: the beet possible service.
Farmers a4 Aeadests WJa.
The farmers beat the Engineer,
32 to 9, and the Academe defeated the
Journalists, 15 fo ?, in the first 9l
the lnter-department basketball series
Hackney's Store Fafls.
The stock and fixtures of T. E. D.
Hackney's store en Broadway were
assltn-d yesterday to. Alexander B.
Thomas for he benefit of creditors.
J. R Lipscomb and W.E. Smith will
appnise the stock.
If you fall to receive your Mlseur
ian any eyening, phens p6.
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SwandzCmbrising Suits, Coats, Dresses and JPajsts at
-Comfristng butts, Coat
final Clearance Price.
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Where Do You Have
Why not ge n tjie
habit of bringihg it to
the place where the Mis
sourian is printed?
Good workmanship is guaranteea
and the prices are such that you
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910 1-2 Broadway
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