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SUNDAY SCHOOL PROMOTES
gjj at Christian Church Classes An
Increase (her last Year.
The Sunday School rooms of the
Christian Church were crowded Sun
day with C31 girls and boys, for it was
promotion day. little girls with fluffy
white dresses and pink and blue bows
ador&ed the front seats. The begin
ners who had entered the first grade
0 an elementary school were pro
moted to the primary department of
the Sunday School; those who had en
tered the fourth grade, to the junior
department; those who had entered
high school, to tho intermediate de
partment The program consisted of a song
by the eighteen small beginners, a
recitation by Stephen Simmons and a
gong by Isabel Brown of the primary
Miss Anne Fleming, assistant pas
tor of the Christian Church and su
perintendent of tho primary depart
ment, says the attendance Sunday)
was an Increase over last year, and
that prospects for a larger attendance
THE DAILY MISSOUBIAy, TUESDAY, SEPTEMER 26, 1916
r10I16 55 Word a Day
ROOMS FOR BENT
Two room next door north of V. XI. C.
A. Phone 874 Ited. O. 20-tf.
Former II. U. Students to "IVed.
The engagement of Miss Frances
White of Palmyra, Mo., to Mr. Dud
ley Lane of Dallas, Tex., and for
merly of Hannibal was made last
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Mackey of Palmyra. Miss White is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo
White who formerly lived in Colum
bia. She Is a cousin of Mrs. J. B.
Powell of Columbia. Miss White is a
former student of Stephens College
and the University. Mr. Lane was also
a student in the University two years
Daily Market Report
Bj United Tress.
EAST ST. LOUIS, 111.. Sept. 2C
CATTLE RECEIPTS 7,500, including
00 Texans. Market steady. Native
beef steers $7.50$11; yearling steers
and heifers $S.50$10.C5; cows $o.."0
$S; stockers and feeders $3.30$8;
calves $G$11.75; Texas steers $3 50
G$S.50; cows and heifers $!.50$8.
HOG RECEIPTS 13,000. Market 5
to 15 cents lower. Mixed and butchers
J10.65$11.15; good and heavy $10,95
6UL15; rough $9.50$10; light
410.G0?$ll.O3; pigs $8$10; bulk
SHEEP RECEIPTS 3,500- Market
steady. Slaughter ewes $3$7.25;
breeding ewes $9ff$10; yearlings $C
e$9.50; lambs $7?10.33.
class. You will
do well to call
1243 Black or see
me at 626 North
Onp-lialf room In Dumas aparements to
rent to a young Inly. Room well furnish
ed, l'hone 1301 White. A-1SK2.
Well furnished rooms for young men,
"10 Missouri ae. X'hone 1235 White.
One room on loner floor for mother
and daughter or some lady teacher, at 710
Jiissourt ave. l'hone 13..1 white. U t
Itooms $9 to $12 at 201 So. Cth St. Kv
ery convenience. K. 14-tf.
Several unfurnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 1210 Locust. L. 17-23.
Large front room for hoys. 410 South
Ninth street, l'hone CSS White.
By virtue and authority of transcript
execution. Issued from the office of the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Iloone County,
Missouri, returnable at the Octoler Term
A. D. 1910 of the said court, and to me
directed, and In faor of Frank II. Mc
Dermand doing business under the firm
name and style of "Columbian Hog and
Cattle Ponder Company." and against
Harry S. Lansing, I have levied upon and
seized all of the right, title and Interest
and claim of the said Harry S. Lansing,
of. In and to the following described real
estate situated in the County of Boone
and State of Mlxsourl, to-wlt; Lot num
ber three (3) In Matthens sub-dlrlslon lot
number 1 to number 14 both Inclusive of
Swallow's Addition to the town, now city,
of Columbia, Missouri, above lot fronts
C3 feet and 3 Inches ou College Avenue
and runs back vct to an alley 1C2 feet
and 3 Inches, also. Lot number one (1) In
(luitar's sub-division of 127 feet, the South
part of Lot number 2 and 39 feet the
.South part of Lot number file (5) and
all of lot three and four of Guitar's and
McBaIn'8 sub-division of Lots 3, 4, .1, 73,
74, 73, and 70 and part of lots 0 and 9S
and Samuels and East Streets vacated be
tween Lots 3, 4, 3, C 74, 73, 70 and 9b of
I'rlce's Addition of Columbia. Missouri,
also. Lot number l'our (4) In J. II. Guit
ar's amended plat of J. II. Guitar's sub
division of 127 feet, the South part of
Lot nunilxr 2, and 39 feet, the South pirt
of Lot number fltc and all of Lots num
her 3 and 4 of Guitar's and Mcllaln's sub
division of Lots 3, 4, and 3 and 73, 74. 73
find 70 and the west part of Lots number
6 and 9S and Samuel and East Streets
vacated In Price's Addition to the City of
Columbia. Missouri, according to the plat
of said sub-division recorded in Book num
ber 2, Page 31, in the County Recorder's
office of Bonne County, Missouri; and I
will on Monday, the 9th day of October
1316, betneen the hours of nine o'clock In
the forenoon and five o'clock In the after
jonn of that day at the South front Court
House door. In the City of Columbia,
Cornty of Iloone and State of Missouri,
aforesaid, sell the same, or so much there
ff as may be required, at public vendue,
to the highest bidder, for cash In band,
to satisfy said execution and costs.
G. B. SAPP.
Sheriff of Boone County, Missouri.
One half southeast room, siugie bed. 72
Missouri ave. Phone 1010 Green. G. 17-20.
One very large splendidly furnished
room, and one small room. Excellent lo
cation. Call 1192 Red. B. 17-tf.
Two double rooms furnished for women.
412 South Ninth street. Phone CSS Black.
Itooms furnished and unfurnished, for
light housekeeping, l'hone 974 Bed. 203
Two furnished, connecting rooms on
first floor for light housekeeping, at 913
Locust. Phone 1150 Ited. G. 10 tf.
Three front furnished rooms. Broadnay
and College. Central location, all conveniences.
Suite of rooms and bath,, well furnish
ed. Suitable for three or four young
men. Phone 12S3 White. L. 7-tf.
Booms for boys at 411 South Sixth
street. Just across the street from the
Campus. II. 10-tf.
Nlcelv furnished modern rooms at S15
South Sixth street. One-half block from
Cafeteria. G. 10-tf.
Furnished rooms, modern, one block
from Commons, 500 South Fifth street.
Phone 1215 Black.
Boys, see our large airy roonis, all mod
ern, one block from Campus. 510 South
Fifth street. W. 1S-23.
Itooms for ront, good location for Ag
students, 2 blocks East of Schweitzer Hall,
strictly modern furnished to suit appli
cant, two double and one single room.
Would rent for light housekeeping. Phone
l.'M White. 510 Hockaday st. B. 21-tf.
KOOJI AMI BOARD
Good boird for students and business
people at SI 00 a week; also 4 good rooms
for rent. Mrs. D. M. Buruham. 205 Col
lege, l'hone 1397 Red. B-tf.
For Rent: Three bright cheerful rooms
with board for girls at 709 Hltt. Phone
C14 Black. L. 19-23.
Good table board at ?4.00 a neck at
709 Hltt street. L. 19-25.
Board and room, also room for light
housekeeping. 1013 Walnut. B. 14-24.
Board for boys and girls at 710 Mary
land Place, $4 00 at Browns. Phone 092
Ited. B. 13-20.
Extra large modern, nicely furnished
rooms for girls at 517 South Cth St. Phone
S3S. P. 13-tf.
Six good rooms for young men at 017
Lee St. Also board If desired. Near Ag
ricultural Department. Phone 1291.
Some nicely furnished rooms, from two
to four windows each, bouse strictly mod
ern, one block from business district, four
blocks from University campus. Splendid
meals second uoor nway. 1010 Walnut.
Phone 1133 Green. B. 15-tf.
Household goods for sale, at once: Bed
steads, straight chairs, rockers, springs,
mattresses, dishes, and other articles. Call
for Mrs. Ruenzl at Mrs. Walter Robinson's
120 E. Broadway. R. 21-23.
In saving old magazines
and papers 50c and 25c
per 100 lbs. Phone 392.
KLASS COM. CO.
Grand Is Here
Now too can hare a beautiful. finetoneJ
phonograph at the small sum of only $4.98.
Tin. la vsva kjil,A.a tltA tAt luaw i HP HMul Ta1V?nv
Machine ever 'produced. Plays mny Columbia,
canal to machine three times its size. Strontr tnruiff
motor 8 in. torn tihle. The hottlta of Monttromerv
V ard & Co. guarantees satisfaction. This is JOit one
of tbeir many thousands of bargains. Order from
tnis advertisement or write xor iree circular.
NcwYoc k. Chicago, Kansas City. Fu Worth. Portland, Ore.
LOST AND FOOD
Friday, large turquoise pin. Reward.
1173 Green, Mrs. S. P. Johnson, 412 Stew
art Road. J. 23-f
Some money In Academic Hall. Inquire
Y. W. C. A. Desk. X. 18-21.
Farm House pin, Initials "P. V. W." Call
833. W. 10-tf.
Heavy gold and coral tie pin. Return
J. B. COLE
OfficePhone 498. House 341
Cooso & Allen
Abate Ilerrj's Grocery
Cleaning, Pressing & Repairing
For expert piano tuning and
piano repairing be sure and call
J. . Blaser
Expert Piano Tuner
Phone 1052 Red 1602 Paris
to i Hobart Trembly, Sigma Chi Fraternity,
Liberal Reward. H. T. 16-19.
HOUSES FOB BENT
Five room cottage, modern, near Uni
versity. Phone 4H Green. 800 Hlllcrest
A six-room house, hot water heat, mod
ern In every way. Corner of Hudson and
College ave. Phone ISO. W. 290-tf.
After September 1, five room cottage in
East Highlands, city water, wires for
lights, large garden and pasture. W.
McN. Miller. Phone 707 or 802.
Wanted: Piano, second-hand, will buy
Immediately If satisfactory. Address M.
II. F. Mlssourlan. F. 20-22.
DANCE PROO RAMS Heady printed, in
expensive dance program cards suitable
for Informal dances. HERALD-STATESMAN,
Virginia Bidg., downstairs.
Wanted: Position as chauffeur in the.
Take your dre problemsto
MBS. JOE CKAIGO
"The Friend of the Girls"
MILLER BLDG. PHONE 564
9 Mrs. J.H.Murray will
take new pupils for the
fall term, beginning Sep
tember 11th. Pupils
graded according to Col
lege c ourse.
400 College Avenue
Phone 1148 Green
Always in a Hurry
Best Equipped Shoe Shop in
Sth and Cherry.
Defective evesio-ht re-
htards progress. See me
ior r effect fitting Classes.
DR. R. A. WALTERS
Suite 212-214 Guitar Bidg.
You Have the right
Your Coal and Feed
Weighed over City Scales
It Protects You
TANDY & RADER
New Public Auto
Located at Tandy Livery
N. 9th St. All new cars.
By Saving your old maga
zines and paper for us. We
pay the highest prices for them.
We also Buy rags.tron and all
kinds of old metal.
jChicago Iron and Metal
Sixth and Walnut Phone 653
September and October are Ideal Months
in the White River Country
A Splendid Vacation Spot
in Southwestern Missouri
and Northern Arkansas
The coming of Autumn only enhances the beauty and
interest of the "White River Country. September and
October are ideal months there. The sports of fishing and
hunting are at their best.
Probably the most interesting feature of this play
ground is the
James-White River Float Trip
Beginning at Galena, Mo., on the James River and end
in at Branson or Hollister on the White. A 125-mile trip
that can be made in from four to six days.
A still longer float is available from Branson or Hol
lister to Cotter, Ark., on the "White River; distance about
200 miles, time consumed ten to twelve days. Complete ar
rangements can be made in advance. The cost is astonish
Get a copy of our James-White
River Float Map Folder and our
White River Country Folder. Ap
L. C. STONE
Passenger Traffic Manager
St Louis, Missouri.
afternoon or evening and Sunday. R. H.
Wanted: By youns lady, light house
keeping roommate. 205 South Eighth St.
Phone 074 Red. G. 14-tf.
Dancing lessons given privately, 205
South Eighth. Phone 974 Red. 75 cents.
Wanted: Boy to work from S a. m. to
3 p. m. Apply at Mlssourlan office.
Wanted: To bny a Coles not Blast
Heater. Call at 507 Locust. Mc 1S-21.
We give awav ?1.00 worth of goods free
Tuesday and Wednesday. See our ad In
this tesue of the Mlssourlan. Wabash
Kelley L. Alexander
School of Singing
Reopens Monday, Sept. 18, 1916
Registration Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
dayStudents should arrange their University
schedule first. ,
Studio, Thiio Building
Phone 732 White
Cor. of Brdw'y and Hitt St.
49i PHONE 491 49i
Quick Reliable DAY AND NIQjIT SERVICE
Fair Prices on all Trips Dance Calls a Specialty
491 TAXICAB CO.
491 Office next door to Hall Theater 4.91
We cordially solicit the banking accounts of
Faculty, Students and New Residents
Northwest Corner 8th and Broadway
G. B. Dorsev, President W. E. Farley, Vice-President
Ira T. G. Stone, Cashier J. W. Sapp. Asst. Cashier
Clean and Progressive
Venable School of Music
Piano, Violin, Harmony
George Venable, (Director of U. of M. Band and Orchestra)
Mrs. George Venable
Piano and Harmony
Elvira Building, 10th and Broadway Phone 1135 Green
MOLER IDEAL PARLORS
Shampooing, Hairdressing, Massagine,
Manicuring, Chiropody a Specialty.
Rooms 9 and 10.
SPECIAL TO STUDENTS
A special discount to those workinar their war through school, who
need Spectacles or Eye-Glasses. "Service and Satisfaction."
Dr. Virgil Blakemore, Graduate Optometrist.
Exchange Dank Building
We Will Repair It
All work guaran
teed. We special
ize on Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry
GOETZ & LlNDSEY
Will call for your
Family washing satisfac
torily and cheaply done.
12 S. 7th Phone 745
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