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UNIVERSITY MISSOUBIAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1913.
To The Public
Those interested in the Branham
store, formerly managed by the late
J. Scott Branham, desire to advise
the public that the business will con
tinues as usual.
Christmas cigars of high quality.
In Ijoxes of 25, ."0 and 100. Some
thills' every smoker will appreciate.
The best brands both in domestic and
and imported goods. If you desire,
we iiill help you make a selection.
Peck Drug Co.
South Side Broadway.
The best people demand the best
service and highest quality of every
That's why they all go to
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"WHERE QUALITY REIGNS
The Senior Class
Columbia High School
Thursday Evening, December IS
Admission 50 and 35 Cents
Your Last Chance
to eat Sunday evening
lunch ivith us, before
the Holidays, is today
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before the holidays: The reason for our lame number
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ADDITIONAL WANT ADS.
FOR SALE Nice young gentle Jer
sey cow; gives about three gallons
of rich milk per day. Apply to own
er, N. D. Evans, phone 27 or 670.
Hat Stolen at Assembly The man
I whn tnnlr it io Irnnwn Tf lin will
leave it on hat rack in Academic Hall
by Tuesday, nothing will be said.
For Rent One furnished room. 50G
South 5th St. (14,5tp)
For Rent Desirable front room,
417 Hitt St., Cor. University Ave.
For Rent One corner room, single
beds, 507 Hitt. (14.6tc)
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E take a pardonable pride in announcing that during the past year
we have sold approximately 600 Pianos ahnnt on nro
Y' C' Terms
every mmny uo nave a
$ib, $Zb, $40,
the most appropriate time of the year to bestow
such a gift upon a loved one.
Shop Early and Gel the Choice.
heet Music, Stringed Instruments and
Everything Else in the Music Line
Satisfaction and Every Instrument Guaranteed
BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS
II. 0. Severance Has Frepured list
For Holiday Use.
A list of Christmas books in the
library has been made by H. O. Sev
erance, librarian. They will be ou
exhibition next week. Beginning
next Saturday they may be drawn
out for use at home. The following
books are in the collection:
Ford, J. .. Every Day in the Year.
Glover. E. H. Dame Curtesy's Book
of Novel Entertainments. Christmas
1. 114-2S. Patten, H. P. The Year's
Festivals. Christmas, p. 237-270.
Schauflleh, R. H. Christmas. Wer
ner's Reading and Recitations.
Christmas Number, volume 2S.
Gale, Zona Christmas. Stuart, R.
McE. George Washington Jones.
Tarkington, Booth Beazley's Christ
mas Party. Van Dyke, Henry Story
of the Other Wise Man. Wiggin, K.
D. Bird's Christmas Carol..
Davis, R. H Outside the Prison.
A Recruit at Christmas. In Van Bib
ber and Others, p. 197-219. "133-41.
Field, Eugene First Christmas Tree.
In a little Book of Profitable Tales,
p. 3-11. Kelly, Myra A Christmas
Present for a Lady. In Little Citi
zens, p. C5-S7. Page, T. N. Polly ;a
Christmas Recollection. In Ole Vir
ginia, p. 1S7-230.
Dunbar, P. L. Life and Works.
Chris'mus is a Comin'. p. 21S-19.
Christmas, p. 334-6. Christmas on
the Plantation, p. 231-2. Brooks,
Phillips O little town of Bethlehem.
In Schauffler, Christmas, p. 5. Field,
Eugene Bethlehem-town. In Second
Book of Verse, p. 205-G. Jest 'Fore
Christmas. In Poems of Childhood,
p. 133-3G. Second Book of Verse, v.
4. Poems of Childhood, v. 3. Rilev.
J. W. Little John's Chris'mus. In
Rhymes of Childhood, p. 1-11-6. Riley,
J. W. Some Christmas Youngsters.
In His Pa's Romance, p. 40-3. Riley,
J- W. What Chris'mas Fetched the
Wigginses. In Green Fields and
Running Brooks, p. ir3-GG. Thomp
son, Slason Humbler Poets. Christ
mas Outcasts, p. S2. Christmas Bells,
p. S2-4. Christmas Song. p. 7S-9.
Chapman. J. J. Four Plays for
Children. Christmas in Leipsic. p.
139-.1C. Converse Holy Night. In
Schauffler, Christmas. p. 312-23.
Markham. Catherine How Christmas
Was Saved; or the Sorrows of Santa
Claus. In Saint Nichols, v. 3G, pt. 1.
1. II. Doane fo Washington, Friday.
D. H. Doane, state leader of coun
ty farm advisers, left Friday night for
Washington, D. C, to attend a nation
al meeting of the state leaders of
riano, Victor Victrola
$75, $100, $150 $200
Taylor Music House
At Christian College
Mrs. Arthur Drescher of Hannibal
lis a week-end guest of Miss Julia
Whaley at the college.
j Mrs. M. B. M. Gibbons, librarian,
I and Miss Elizabeth Gibbons left for
i their home In Maysville, Ky., Friday.
Director H. V. Stearns left for
Freeport, 111., Friday night where he
will lecture before the Woman's Club
Saturday. He will go from there to
Chicago for a visit of several days.
Mrs. C. -R. Nash and daughter, Miss
Allie, leave for their home in Kauf
man, Texas, this afternoon.
Students of the School of Art. with
Miss Elizabeth Potts, head of the
school, gave a studio tea Saturday
from 4 to G o'clock. An interesting
display of work was made by the
A song recital will be given Mon
day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the col
lege chapel by pupils of Frank Parker.
The recital is open to the public.
The basketball team returned from
Fulton Sunday afternoon and while
they lost to Synodical they brought
back the report of a delightful visit.
Synodical proved a royal hostess. A
dinner was given to the team and
their chaperon, Mrs. Hertig, before
the game and a reception was held
in honor of the Christian team after
Dr. J. W. Hudson of the University
of Missouri lectured at morning
chapel on Thursday on "The Larger
Life and Social Readjustment."
Next Tuesday evening will be given
the annual farewell dinner by faculty
and students in the college dining
room. The Christmas spirit will
Beta Sigma Omicron celebrated
Founders Day Saturday night by a
theatre party to see "The Girl and
the Bomb" and a supper after the
In recognition of Mrs. Branham
being a patroness of Phi Mu Gamma,
the members of this sorority attended
the funeral service of J. S. Branham
Friday afternoon. Mr. Branham had
many warm friends among the facul
ty and students and Mrs. Branham as
the president of the College Alumnae
Association has the deepest sympathy
of her college friends.
The annual bazar given by the
alumnae and Y. W. C. A. in the col
lege gymnasium on Monday was a
brilliant success. The booths were
cleverly arranged and many college
girls in costumes of various nations
added to the effective picture. The
cornet band was an interesting fea
ture, and the Hippodrome did a great
business with a crowd all evening at
the box office. A delicious supper
furnished by the Alumnae was served
by attractive waitresses. The gross
receipts were $276 with a. profit of
more than $200.
- exx avv,iagv.
We want to increase
of sales mc h
plan makes it possible for almost
or a Piano-Player
CHILDBEX SOLD STAMPS FEIDAT
King's Daughters In Postoffice Sold
S00 Red Cross Seals.
Friday was school children's day for
I selling stamps. Each pupil in the ele
' mentary schools of Columbia was giv
en an envelope containing ten stamps
j to sell. There was 16,000 stamps dis
' tributed that way. The children, on
: account of having school, had to do
! all their canvassing after school o'r at
The sales in the postoffice Friday
was in charge of the King's Daugh
ters. They sold 800 stamps. Yester
day the women of the Episcopal
Church sold in the postoflice. The D.
A. R. will take charge of the work
there tomorrow. Sales in the post
office will continue till Christmas Day.
The stamp committee has put
stamps in all the drug stores and in
some of the other stores so that people
in town that have not been canvassed,
and country people who wish to buy
stamps, may have a chance to get
Visiting Her Mother.
Mrs. E. S. Sebastian went to Mexico
Friday morning to visit her mother,
Mrs. J. W. Fant.
Give Yourself a
Order us to make
you a real mat? s
Then you will
wear clothes with
the fit that our ex
pert tailors have
The Fashion Shop
N. Tenth St.
R. A. Ehinge , Prop.
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....Taxicahs and Touring' Cars...;.
Phone 491 Phone
Service All day and Night. Dances a Specialty.
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in their home.
Just follow the
Dainty Xmas Cards
initial and plain
for men and women
White Ivory Goods
leather and metal
in leather cases
white, pearl and ebony
perfume, toilet water and
Bells and Wreathes
in holiday boxes
1.00 to 8.00
and a gift you know
is going to please a
The Drug' Shop
KNIGHT & ROSSE