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THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1910
For the Best
Than ever before it now to be seen
in our store
Xmas Buying
will be made easy if you come early
and select what you vant We are
open evenings to accommodate all We
want to show ycu our immense stock
which we believe will help you to de
cide What to Buy
Holiday Slipper Sale
We suggest you come -see
our new stock of fine hol
iday slippers for
MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN
These malce splendid gifts
as well as inexpensive
ones come early
LEVYS SHOES
806 BROADWAY
PURE
j IftVjWitf i ji y WJjftV
CLEANING
PRESSING AND
REPAIRING
GIFT GIVING SUGGESTIONS
Largest Stock of
Fine Furniture
Parker Furniture Co
16 NORTH TENTH ST
SHOP EARLY
service
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THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT
The Columbia Business Cull
THERE MAY BE A MISSING WORD
IN THIS AD
But theros nothing missing in
Staple and Fancy Groceries at
E W JAMES
700 Broadway Phone 241
Where Theres Beanty Waller Take It
Where Theres None Waller Makes It
IiintluT if Tfu int the
best photo j ou ov r had ioiiu to
Wallers Studio 911a BrdVy
CSSfci
9m
Dont Forget
k
to irj u r
cL Home Made
sckerjack
Pn
TKXTI AM nmA I VA V
ALL CHILDRENS HATS
AT COST
You should call early and have
the largest collection to select
from All go at Cost
MRS G HESS MILLINERY
24 South Ninth Street
HOMES ARE SOUGHT
FOR TEpREN
Bessie Frank and Eugene
Arc Now Being Cared for
bv Neighbors
OLDEST ONLY 7 YEARS
Father Left a Dollar for
Their Support and Went
Away
Three motherless children Bessie
7 years old Frank and Eugene a
baby boy of 2 A years cold and hun
gry were found in the little brown
cottaee at 500 Broadway Their fa
ther William Y Vare a carpenter
47 years old was left to care for the
children when the mother was taken
to the state hospital for the insane at
Fulton about four months ago
For a while he engaged negroes to
attend the children but he was so
quarrelsome and improvident that lie
could keep no one Then some mem
bers of the Kings Daughters who had
been informed of the condition of the
children visited the home Thoy
found one or the children playing in
the fire while the father slept This
was on November 17 The children
were placed temporarily in the home
of Mrs John ilacliley in Garths Ad
dition
The father was willing that others
should care for his children and prom
t
Olympian
Always the Best
and always lower in price
than other place
Try Our
Special 25c box of fine
chocolates that are worth
50 cents we know youll
appreciate a box of these
come see our special
Xmas fancy boxes at
prices way beiow other
places
Olympian
Candy Kitchen
1010 E BROADWAY
ised to help support them himself but
on November IS he sold his furniture
gave a dollar for the care of his chil
dren and left Columbia It is not
known where he is
Eugene was removed to the Parker
Memorial Hospital because of pneu
monia and placed in the free bed
maintained by the Kings Daughters
He is improving and will be recovered
soon
Bessie is at the home of Mrs John
Morris 302 Locust street and Frank
is at Mrs Hackleys Proceedings to
obtain legal custody of the children
will be instituted next Monday before
the county court and it is hoped that
comfortable homes may he obtained
lor tho children
St Agues Guild composed of girls
of the Episcopal church has agreed to
provide clothing for them after Christ
mas
CONVICTIONS HERE ARE COSTLY j
Red Tape of Justice Causes Great
Expense to State and County
It cost the state of Missouri o7S9
to send one man and one woman to
the penitentiary and one boy to the
reform school from Boone county last
October There were seven cases in
which the state had to pay ccsts but
of the sAyen defendants only three
were convicted
Those convicted were Siwan Palmer
given- three years in tho penitentiary
for burglary C H Kile sentenced to a
five year term Tor grard larceny aud
John Mois sent to the State Industrial
school at Hoonville for three years
James E Boggs circuit cltrk or
Boono county has been at work two
days ou the cnt bills of the October
term of court and finished them to
ifffMnTITrmTJ r 1 i m in- i Miiiiiwii
MILLERS HOLIDAY DISPLAY
of fine Shoes and Slippers now
ready and you aro Invited to
como and see it Ycu may se
lect what you wish and well
lay same aside for Christmas
delivery
Millers
Corner Eighth and Broadway
Watch This Space
ror
New Features
In Accident Insurance
lAf hato WTfcun ili rf
Tvsacifi wu w aui ore
UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN
TRY
W J McGRATH CO
ICth sud Broadway Phone 103
MISSING
Try our High Patent Flour
Ui Boone Co Milling Elevator Co
Has come to our Store already and
early buying is the feature Our
holiday display of gents furnishings
will help the women folks to decide
just what to give the men this Christ
mas We invite you to come see our
new stock
Victor Barth Clothisg Company
IS SUPPLIED BY
MILK and White Eagle Dairy Co
CREAM
Purity Is Their Feature
15 S TENTH ST PHOHE 360
D e
Theres Nothing Missing in Jacobs Grocery
Where Everything in the best Groceries Canned Goods Candies etc await3 you 408 Bwy Phone 62
WOED
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST
Jn several of the advertissments on
this page there has been a word left
out purposely Read each ad carefully
and see ifyuii can find the missing
word
To the first person who finds thos
words and brings or sends them to
the University Missourian office we
will give one dollar In cash
Write your name and address and
also the words and the name of the
CONTEST
film from which the word was miss- J
ing Seal in a plain envelope and
bring or mail it to the Missing Word
Editor the University Missourian Co
lumbia Mo Xo answers received by
telephone
Xo answer will bo received before
S oclock a in of the day following
publication ot these advertisements
Vinner E L Knight
HE
IGERS
Has Something Very
S6 Important to Tell
j Gift Giving Articles
My stock now consists of
a splendid collection of
gilt giving in tides that
will make the most ex-
elusive gifts
JEWELRY SILVERWARE CUT GLASS
In great variety of expen
sive and inexpensive Ut
ile thing-
Gcery Jeweler
914 BROADWAY
Drugs
When you want drugs or
when you want prescrip
tions filled carefully
THINK OF
WOODS PHARMACY
9 N Eighth St
Phone 135
Where the best in dujs can always be had
day The cases in this term of court
will cost the county 2 and they will
cost the state 37Sr9 This includes
S13i which will be paid to the countv
tor boarding state prisoners
The principal item in tfie costs of
criminal cases is the hoard bill of
the prisoners while they are waiting
for trial The sheriff is allowed
fifty cents a day for the food of each
prisoner Other items are the fees
of the sheriff circuit clerk jurors and
witnesses The average cost of a
criminal case in the circuit court is
about 34
After the cost bilis are made up by
the circuit clerk they are also passed
upon by the prosecuting attorney
Then they are sent to the circuit
judge for his approval The judge re
turns them to tho clerk who makes
two copies of the original The or
iginal cost hill is sent to the state
auditor one goes to the county treas
urer and the clerk keeps one The
p iid it or if he approves everything on
the cost hill files it away and orders
the county treasurer to pay the costs
on a state warrant ah mis red
tape and loss of time is gone through
with in order that state and county
shall lose nothing through error of
officials
Real Estato Transfers
Warranty Deeds
J A Stewart to Boone Realty Co
Part lot 213 Columbia 0000
Mattie M Conley to 1 It Somervillo
Lot 22 Guitars Addition SI
J R Somerville to M M Conley
and husband same land 51
Sturgeon Improvement Co to Chas
Aiidi on Lot j block 11 Proctor
Place Sturgeon 30
A Beautiful Suggestion
For Christmas
Give Flowers
Roses Violets and Carnations
arranged in boquets to suit the
taste of all
Miss Augusta Koeppen
FLORIST
1005 East Broad way
ALL LENSES
ilpilll
ground at
plant
ELLS OPTICAL CO
910 a BROADWAY
rORMER ACROBAT IS MANAGER
Head of Lost Trail Company Was
Once With a Circus
Harrie R Pierce manager of the
Lost Trail company which will show
in Columbia next Wednesday says he
has been coming to Columbia with
all kinds of shows since 1SS1
1 remember the first time that I
ever came through this part of tho
country said Mr Pierce It was
when I was doing acrobatic stunts
with the Cooper Jackson circus They
traveled through the country in cov
ered wagons then There were few
acrobats in the country at that time
and wo were in great demand I
started in the show business when I
was ouly a little chap and have been
in it ever since I am 72 years old
and have been in the business or con
nected with shows for forty five years
LECTURES BY PRESIDENT HILL
Ethical Teachings of Jesus to Be Dis
cussed at Y M C A
A series ot lectures on the Ethical
Teachings or Jesus to he delivered
by Dr A Ross Hill have been ar
ranged by tho Y M C A They will
be delivered on Sunday mornings be
ginning next Sunday from 930 to
1015 oclock Two lectures will be
given berore Christmas and four af
ter They are given especially for
those men of the University who do
not attend Sunday school
Opening This Week
Our store will be open until 9 p
m this week on account of our reduc
tion sale
TANDY DENNING FURNITURE
AND UNDERTAKING CO
e
For Good Goods in
Lap Robes and
Horse Blankets
Come
Boone Co Lumber Co
Our Directors
mtull
John lirknnl
WV Kailej
M Mcr
V I
lihu A Ctllicrl
Jim- I I- HP-
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lueliii
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Are Men cf Conservative ideas
CENTRAL BANK
Spell Mothers Bread OUR MENS FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
Then
Think of Mothers Bread
Until you
Try Mothers Bread
Its made scientifically better
than even your own
Gentschs Bakery 18 N 9th St
When you think of Fine Candies think of
THE PALMS
The Fine Candy Store Back of Academic Kail
Produces the exclusive kind of tailor
ing that is appreciated by all particu
lar dresses Our real tailor gives a
perfect fit and our new suitings will
sure please you 1011 East Broadway
THE FASHION SHOP
Its New If You Get It at The Fashion Shop
i ALMS
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FOR Ths finest Pool and BillirJ Paror in the state Where evtrylkng inclndinj a
UNIVERSITY urltisjt room is at your ssr7cc Every entnjan is welcome to mike this place
MEN his headquarters We want yon to ate our fine equipment 23 S 10th street
I A Yell For Smokers
C C M H
Columbia Cigar Made Here
Columbia Cigar Best Yet Rah Rah
Ask For It Five Cents
The Columbia Cigar is Actually as
Good as Outsiders 10 cent brands
try it For sale everywhere Manufac
tured by ----- -
T F WERDEMAN
107A N Ninth St Columbia
SEND THE BOYS
If yon want then to have the neatest and
most careful hair cut WE KNOW HOW
Tiger Barber Shop
Rohrig Bros Prop 910 Broadway
ALL YOUNG MEN AND YOUNG WOMEN WHO WOULD APPRECIATE
BECOMING QUALIFIED FOR MODERN BUSINESS SIMPLY CALL OR
SEND FOR THIS INFORMATION C E BALDWIN President
CANDY
For Everybody
Our immense stock of
home mad9 candies is
sure to pleas0 all
Any quantity ou may
want
No Matter How Large
Or How Small
we have it here to suit
you of our own make
absolutely pure
Fresh Stock Every Day
sold at popular prices
COLLEGE INN
916 BROADWAY
PURE FOODS ARE
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
sitoti tin- n puLition ot
It- iutrnn with tin- Dtirit
mil let iihmKiiu tin market
J D Van Horn
710 Broadway Phone 204
SHOE THE HORSE AND MARE
LET THE COLT RUN BARE
And always remember wo
appreciate your patronage
JARVIS AND FICKLIN
JILACKSMITIIS
118 N 8th St Phone 238 Black
SEND FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED
FURNACE CATALOGUE
It will tell you all about the
famous Shills Grand Idea
furnace for sals at - - -
R W WRIGHTS TIN SHOP
903 Cherry St Phone 389 Red
LOOK AT THESE PRICES
Special For Friday and Saturday
It ini ImVil tilth other purelm
-II I iiins corn 25c
- pure linl 2 V 11- Mignr i5c
Wabash Grocery Meat Market
JO X Tenth oneRS
Christmas Suggestions
Perfumes Toilet Waters and
Sachet Powders Imported
and American brand
Leather Goods Ladies and
Gents pocket hooks Travel
ing bags
Huyleis Candies Card cases Conklins Famous
Fountain Pens Post Cards
Kodaks and Cameras Photo Albums Christ
mas Seals Pipes and Cigars
All Christmas Goods will be Wrapped in Holly
THE DRUG SHOP
HATTON KKIGHT
Special Services For Students
The Methodist church will hold spec
ial services for students at 3 oclock
in the afternoon Tuesday Wednesday
and Thursday December C 7 and 8
The regular meetings began Sunday
November 27
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Pork Comes Down
Freh Shoulders per Lb 11 cents
Frohh Side Pork per 11 cents
Fresh Hams per Lb 12V4 cents
Lard in 50Lb tins 13i cents
HETZ LEUS MEAT MARKET
See F B Tumy for harness
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