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COLUMBIA AND JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY DECEMBER 18. 1903.
VOL. III. NO. 7
Watches - Jewelry
Now is the time to select
your Xmas gifts while our
stock is complete and variety
Nice Presents 25cts and upc
Henninger & Wheeler
Columbia's Leading Jewelers
GOLD WATCH FRE.E,
To advertise our line of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry and Silverware we will give away
FREE with each dollar purchase a numbered
ticket, a duplicate of which we retain. On
January 1st, 1904,
the person holding the lucky number will be presented
with a gold watch, Elgin movement, absolutely iree of
charge. Choice of ladies' or gent's tizeW WWW
This offer Includes REPAIR WORK.WWWWWWW
Hf3 GILMAN S DORSEY
Jewelers, 807 Broadway
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"AT CHRISTMAS PLAY. AMD MA GOOD CHEER I 'TljlsSsN-A.
EOR CHRISTMAS COMM IUT ONCt A YEAR " J?f)trL
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The supporting of a newspaper
costs . a town scarcely a cent.
Thougn papers may be well pat
ronized and the business men may
spend sums'of money in advertis
ing, the cash very quickly gets
yaok to the channel from which it
ame. Nearly every cent a paper
gathers is spent at home and it
ea to the merchants who deiight
a benefitting themselves and the
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logue No. 6, quoting
tjrioea on Bucrclea.
Harness, etc. We sell direct from
our factory to Consumers at
factory Prices. This guaranteed
Buggry only 933.60; Oaeh or Easy
naontniy payments, we trust
honest people looated in all parts
of the world.
ar Write for Tree Catalogue.
MENTION THIS PAPER.
community by liberal advertising.
Boiled down the facts are that a
newspaper returns all the money
it gets to those who give it, and its
work for the town and countryis
thrown in as good will.
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yearly subscriptions will receive
the Professional World free for
Mrs. M. R. Akers has returned
home from Chicago.
Married Mr. Andrew Scott and
Miss Addie Henderson, were mar
ried Monday night by Rev. J. A.
Died Miss Mayme Harris died
Dec. 8th. Her funeral was preach
ed at the 2nd Baptist Church Fri
day evening. She leaves a mother
and two sisters to mourn her loss.
She was 24 years old.
Miss Lena Wilson will give an
entertainment at Fifth Street Hall
Monday night, Deo. 21st. Pro
ceeds for 2nd Baptist Church.
. See W. W. Lampkin for fruits.
fancv candv and nnts for next
Mr. June Miller, who was seri
ously hurt on a coal wagon some
time ago, died last week.
Old Catalogues Wanted.
Any one having or knowing the
whereabouts of any of the cata
logues of Lincoln Institute, issued
between the years of '79 and '80
will please inform the editor of
Jefferson City Notes.
There was a reception given at
the home of Mrs. Lizzie Young,
last Wednesday evening, in honor
of Mr. K. Jamison and Miss Ter
ressa Bnrnham who were married
Buy your Xmas goods at
Porth's Jewelry Store, High
St., Jefferson City.
Rev. John Jones preaahed an in
teresting sermon last Sunday even
ingjo the young people.
The young people of the Seeond
Baptist church are preparing a very
interesting program for the holi
Best Watches at Porth's
Jewelry Store, High St.,
Jefferson City, Mo.
Hiawatha will be reproduced by
the students of Lincoln Institute
Fridav evening, under the direc
tion of Prof. J. W. Darnel.
Xmas gifts at Porth's Jew
elry Store. High St., Jeffer
Pres. Allen of Lincoln Institute
was highly entertained by his class
in "good morals ana gentle man
ners' ' Saturday evjigg, Dec. :
Much credf .'."'- iifhe class for
the way t, the enter
tainment dating ttie evening. The
President and members of the
faculty expressed themselves as
being much pleased.
If your subscriptiou has expired
yon should renew the same at once
The Professional World wants
an industrious, energetic, honest
man to take the general agency
for the Professional World,
this state. Good salary paid
hustling agent. Address,
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Miss Mattic Hicks, of Sturgeon,
visited Mrs. James Bagby, Sunday.
Miss Dehlla Henderson has been
ill with sore throat.
Mrs. Fannie Brown, of Moberly,
spent Sunday in Huntsville as the
guest of Mrs. Georgia S. Robinson.
Mrs. Mary Wilson has gone to
Kansas City to live with her daugh
ter. Miss Frances Finney is in Macon
The public school is doing nicely ;
Mrs. G. C. Chinn entertained
the sewing oirole lost week.
Mrs. Georgia S. Robinson is con
fined to her bed on account of a
very sore throat and lagrippe.
Letters to Santa Gaus.
Dear Santa Claus : I thought
I would write you a few lines to
let you know what I want for
Christmas. I want a set of dishes
and a btove and some candy and
oranges ; a wash tub and a ringer
and board. I guess I will close.
From Madrew Robinson to Santa
Dear Santa Claus : I thought
I would write you a few lines and
tell you what I want for Christmas.
I want a wringer and a doll, a tub
and a piano and some candy and
oranges and a little iron, l guess
I will close. From Qoldie Tony.
Dear Santa Claus I thought
I would write to you to let you
know what I want for Christmas
1 want a little piano and some
candy and oranges, a tub and wash
board and ringer. This is all this
time I guess. From Mary Lee
Dear Santa Claus I want you
to brio me anything yon want to,
but i want a sute of close, and
cap and a drum and a piano.
have nothin more to sia, only papa
is coming home Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rone, Jr., of
Kansas City, spent Sunday with
Mrs. C. A. Conner, mother of Mrs
The Second Baptist church o:
this city ranimously extended
Rev. C. R. McDowell a call to take
charge of their church. It is not
thought by many that he will ac
cent as he has only been on his
present charge, Hannibal, Mo.
Prof. S. H. Nuttall is on the
sick list, also Mr. B. C. Smith.
The entertainment given at the
A. M. E. Church last week, was a
success. They realized $50.29.
Mrs. Blake Brown, of Kansas
Citv. was in town Monday and
Tuesday visiting friends.
The churches and lodges of the
city are preparing for their Christ
The young men who are at Lin
coin Institute are expected home
during the holiday;. - "
Mrs. Griggs and Mrs. Brovyur;
who have charge of the entertain
ment at the A. M. E. Church,
Christmas night, report good prog
ress. The "Curtain Club" com
posed of Mrs. M. I. Jenkins, M.
A. Stanton, Pearl Noland, Lillian
Bryant, Patience Parker, Julia
Chrisman and Addie Bush, will be
a pleasing part of the play.
The parents of the young men
from here, who are at Lincoln In
stitute, are well pleased with their
reports for the 1st term. The
average made by each student was
not less than 88.
Do you want your out to appear
in the Xmas issue of the Profes
sional World T
Rocheport, Mo. The big anni
versary and celebration of the
Lone Star Temple No. 121 will be
the order of the day Dec. 28th.
The members are doing what they
can to make it a success. Mrs.
Lucy Sexton, W. P. is indeed a
pusher for the S. M. T. Come
one and all. H. J. Burton.
That Xmas Gift.
In selecting Xmas presents for
your friends had you ever thought
that no more suitable gift eonld be
made than a year's subscription to
the Professional World. This will
make your friend think of you
every week in the year.
Sewing and Dressmaking.
I am again at my sewing rooms and prepared to do the latest
style cutting and fitting of skirts and shirt waist. A well fur
nished reception room for my customers.
M rs. M inta Lange HuKKard.
12 N. 6th street, COLUMBIA, MO.
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Mr. Thomas Bass has just com
pleted a very large training barn,
and from now on will do his train
ing in his own barn. Mr. Bass
ranks among the leading horse
trainers of the state. He is pro
gressing nicely in the work.
Miss Effie Lillard is at home sick,
but will soon be able to resume her
school work, at Jonesburg, Mo.
Ruth Scott is at home from Lin
coin to spend the holidays.
Miss Doshia Johnson will close
her school work at Guthrie, Mo.,
The South Side school (white)
has closed, on account of scarlet
Messrs. Booth, Douglass and
Cooper have removed their barber
shop to a very nice room just
across the street from their old
place. They have a very large at
tractive shop, now.
Find tfi watch fob
Tft fashion aers
proclaim its wear
fcgr..;ffi ana in rasnionabie
centers it ts uni
versally worn .
Tfi dainty beauty of
appeals to the eye and
their moderate prices to
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Nothing nicer for an
Xmas gift than a nice
box of candy
At the World's Fair.
The Professional World will be
at the great St. Louis World's Fair
next year. We have a complete
file containing a copy of every issue
of the paper sincej its beginning,
and arrangements have been made
with the State Historical Society
to have the same bound and placed
on exhibition at the exhibition.
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MRS. J. W. DAMEL,
Corner Atchison St. and Fairview
Jefferson City, - Missouri.
Nov. 18, et. .
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