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SUNDAY' TWORJfiyO MISSOHBIAIf, OCTOBER 21, 1917.
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Fire Destrojs House Built by Gor-
ernor Thomas Reynolds.
The old brick mansion erected In
Fayette in 1845 by Governor Thomas
Reynolds was burned last Tuesday
night. The house, which was recent
ly bought by Willard Crigler, caught
Are Monday night from a lamp which
Mr. Crigler overturned as he was
putting down linoleum, and about
1500 worth of damage was done be
fore it was extinguished. On account
of lack of city water the fire depart
ment .was forced to fight with buckets,
a stairway and the attic were badly
damaged by the first fire, and it is
supposed that the fire smouldered all
day Tuesday and broke out Tuesday
night.
When the fire broke out Tuesday no
one was in the house, as Mr. Crigler,
who was badly burned Monday night,
had left.
This old home was erected by Gov-j
crjior Thomas Reynolds, but it was
never occupied by him, as he com
mitted suicide before his term of of
fice expired. It was one of the finest
homes in Central Missouri and had
long been a place of interest to vis
itors In Fayette.
ADD TO STEPHENS FACULTY
Large Enrollment Has Mado Extra'
English Teacher Necessary.
On account of tho unusually large
'enrollment at Stephens College this
year it has been necessary to add an
t additional teacher to the English de
'partment. Pres. James M. "Wood has
Becnred Miss Florenco Eckert of
Calumet, Mich., to take charge' of the
. work in composition.
Miss Eckert is a graduate of North
Western University. She obtained her
M. A. degree at tho University of Chi
cago. She h&s had nine" years ex
' perlence as a teacher. During the
last five years she has been at the
head -of the English department in
Calumet, Mich., High School.
Infant Daughter of D. G. Allen Dies.
The 10-months-old daughter of
Daniel G. Allen. 814 Sandifer street,
died yesterday after a protracted ill-,
ness. The Rev. D. V. Beaty of Cen
tralia will conduct funeral services at
the house this afternoon. Burial will
be in the Columbia cemetery.
home at Fayette
visiting friends. v
R. C. Abram went to New Bloom
field yesterday where he will preach
at the Christian Church today. "
J. H. Messenger returned to hi3
home in Kansas City yesterday after
visiting his son, Roy Messenger.
Miss Emily Cardwell went to her
home at New Florence yesterday to
spend the week-end.
Mrs. J. A. Muzzy returned to her
home at Centralla yesterday after
isiting her husband, who is ill at
the Parker Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. W. J. Fisher of St. Louis and
her son, Ralph, who she has been vis
iting at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
house, left yesterday for Manhattan,
Kan., to spend a few days with her
son, Ira Fisher, a student in the Uni
versity last year, who is now in the
army training camp at Manhattan.
A. D. Scarritt and Russell Jones
are spending the week-end in Kansas
City.
T. B. Anderson, a student In the
University, is spending a few days in
St. Charles.
Mrs. J. Z. Wheat of San Antonio,
Tex., arri.ed yesterday afternoon to
visit her daughter, Miss Virginia
Wheat.
Mrs. O. W. Snoddy and aunt, Mrs.
M. I. Padfield, who have been visiting
Let Holborn make your
PHOTOCRAPHS
We guarantee to please
HOLBORN STUDIO
910a Broadway
Mrs. Louis Noel. 215 Third avenue,
returned home yesterday. ,.
Mrs. Ella Shipe went , to 8t. Louis
yesterday afternoon to visit her
daughter, Mrs. O. H. Turner.
Edward L. Simon, who has been
visiting his brother, B. D. Simon, re
turned to St. Louis yesterday.
Mrs. Roy Vanlandingham of Cen
tralla. who has been visiting Mrs. R.
M. Greene, returned home yesterday
afternoon.
George T. Grant, Jr., went to St.
Louis yesterday to work ror tne inde
pendent Packing Company.
Mrs. H. A. Wooster and daughter,
Enola, who ha.e ben visiting rela
tives in New England, Con., and
other places in the East, returned
home yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. W. J. Marsh of Armstrong' is
visiting Mrs. J. T. Noel, 215 Third
avenue.
Miss Dixie Slate went to St. Louis
yesterday to visit friends.
Miss Lola and Miss Edith Hill went
to Hallsville yesterday to visit Mrs.
Rachel Johnson.
W. H Braselton has returned from
a visit In Washington, D. C, on busi
ness concerning army contract work
for. the, Hamilton-Brown ShoeCom-
pany. ' $ ,f f
E. C. Cllnkscales frent to Cen
tralla yesterday to speak on the
Liberty Bond issue.
Mrs. W. W. Henderson, who has
been visiting .Mrs. Frank Conley, re
turned to St. Louis yesterday.
Miss Lurline Hudson and Otto Hud
son of Hallsville are guests of Miss
Sarah Heisler, 1119 East Ash street.
Edear Obernler, who has been
visiting his sister, Miss Jennie
Obernler, returned to St. Louis yester
day. W. F. Bailey went to Decatur, 111.,
yesterday after visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred H. Nolle of the Dumas
Apartments.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Forbis went to
Centralla yesterday to visit F. M.
Forbis.
Unfavorable weather could not pre
vent the Harrison County Club from
having a picnic Friday afternoon.
Fifteen picnickers, with wlenie3 and
bacon, oranges and bananas, pickles.
doughnuts and cider, gathered at the !
home of Mrs. S. F. Church, G07 San-
ford place, preparatory for the start
to tho country, when the weather in
tervened. So they held- an indoors
picnic, with dancing, singing and
games. Those present were: Misses
Irmadell Netherton, Marie and Edna
Neff, Mabel Clayton, Irline Slaughter,
Ruth Riley, Daryl Goode, and Gilbert
Arney, Neal Guymon, Charles Clark,
Orval Claytor, John Honan. Hn th
ileyJJoe .Flint and PaulPutnam .
Freshmen are especially invited to
Join the University men's Bible class
at the Presbyterian Church, this morn
ing at 9:45.
CITY AND CAMPUS
Hersheys
Fresh from
Hershey, Pa.
CO-OP
Mrs. T. T. Watson and Mrs. C. E.
Wilcox went to Sturgeon yesterday
to visit Mrs. Jerry Rollins. '
Mrs. Everett Buckler and son, Buel,
went to Centralia yesterday to spend
the day.
J. P. Hamel went to Macon yester
day morning to visit his mother, Mrs.
John A. Cook. !
Miss Marjory Spelman, a student at
, Christian College, went to Sturgeon
' yesterday to spend the week-end with i
her .parents.
Miss Margaret Kraft .left yesterday
' for her home in St Louis. Miss Kraft
was a student in the University but
will not return to school. I
The Rev. A. L. Gepford returned
yesterday to his home at Shelbyville,
I",
Miss Genera McCune returned to
her home at Vandalia yesterday after
noon after visiting at the Chi Omega
house.
Mrs. O. L. Herlinger returned to her
home in St Louis yesterday after
visting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Ii. Vanatta.
Miss Rena Kemper returned to her
homo at Hallsville yesterday after
visiting Mrs. Will Reid.
Mrs. H. H. Thurston went to Prince
ton yesterday to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. Hayman.
Airs. J. B. Herndon left yesterday
for her home in Albuquerque. N. M.,
after visiting her son, J. B. Herndon.
Mrs. J. H. Campbell returned to her
home .at Higginsville yesterday after
attending the U. D. C. Convention.
-Mrs. C. W. Kelly left yesterday for
St. Louis to visit her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Harmon.
, i Mrs. C. D. McCoy returned yesterday
to her home at Independence after at
tending the U. D. C. Convention.
. Mrs. Judson Harris and two chil
dren left yesterday for their home at
Du Quoin, 111- after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. McCrary.
Mrs. J. W. Elkins of Hallsville
was here on business yesterday.
Miss Myrna Bradshaw. a student at
Christian College, went to Clifton Hill
yesterday to spend the week-end
.Mrs, May Barton' returned to her
Phone 736
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Pressing, Repairing
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MARINELLO SHOP
(Over Scott's Book Storr.)
' Shampooing;. Manicuring-. Manage,
Elrctrolytla
Complete line of cream and powders
rhone SOT 9S0a" Brdy.
One Need Not Buy
the most Expensive Cuts
of Beef
Try our WIENERS and SAUERKRAUT,
for dinner. They cost you but a small amount.
You will find that there is nothing better
than our
Old Honesty Pork Sausage
Ask about our OLEOMARGARINE, it
will save you money and you can't tell it
from butter.
Try a pound of our Cooking Compound
note the saving.
Mc Adam & Berkebile
Phone 188 North Ninth Street
Send Your Soldier Friend
a box of our
Whitman ' s
Service Chocolates
They are packed so that they will not crush, melt or
be injured on their way to "the trenches.
A neat, soldierly-looking box.
Whitmans Stands for the Best in Candy
All brands of Whitmans Candies in JS to 3-lb. boxes. We are sole agents.
Peck Drug Co.
Phone 40
804 Broadway
GIRLS! BARNWARMING!
We will transform you into a Kiddie again
by dressing your hair down your back in
Curls or Bobbed with a ribbon on top.
PARSONS SISTERS
9 Phone 795
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STAND BY THE
GOVERNMENT !
THE DIFFERENCE
in living well and living poor
ly is eryesmall if ou buy
right. Don't forget that
F. J. EDMONDS
sells New and Second-Hand
FURNITURE
at the RIGHT PRICE.
Second-hand furniture
bought. Phone 423. Located
comer Ninth and Walnut.
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Attention! University Men
For the most stylish haircut or the smoothest
shave in the city visit the BOONE COUNTY
BARBER SHOP. We also save you money
Shave 10c Haircuts 25c Tonics 15c
EXPERT TONSORIAL ARTISTS
GIVE US A TRIAL
Boone County Barber Shop
SOUTH EIGHTH STREET
NEW BOONE COUNTY BANK BUILDING
TO THE PEOPLE OF BOONE COUNTY
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In the short time allotted to us. the Speakers' Committee of the Boons County Liberty Loan Organization has endeavor
ed to cover every school district in the county. Covering a big county like Boone in this way in a week is a tremen
dous undertaking, but Columbia can boast of as large a number of able and patriotic speakers as any town of twice its
size in Missouri, and we had no trouble in providing speakers and in getting other men, whose patriotism knows no
limits, to use their ownautomobiles in taking these men to even the most inaccessible places in Boone County
Notwithstanding the enthusiastic co-operation of all these men, we have still been unable to reach all of the people of
Boone County. . Our slogan is "a bond in every home," and we want to give everybody a chance to invest in these
bonds and a chance to get a full understanding of the imperative necessity for their purchase. '
If there is any town in Boone County, or any school district or any organization of any kind that desires enlhht
enment ontheLtberty Loan proposition, we will be glad tojurnish the speakers. Arrange yZmleZ and tele
phone to headquarters here, and we will do the rest. g y "g atldteIe'
Remember this: These bonds must be sold. It is as much your duty as it is that of everv ci.Tn t Ft n
help take care of Boone County's quota-which is $585,000. It '2 your war as w 11 as outand U "
cution entails sacrifices and responsibility which we cannot evade, even if we would SUCC"SfuI PrSe"
If any man in Boone County can buy a Liberty Bond, and doe, not, he i, falling short of his duty.
The time is 'short. October 27 is the date set for the close of the sale If ..,U i l i .
get in touch with your banker at once. ' bUght our Bond Bonds,
S. C. HUNT, Chairman.
JZUnte? mmittee Bme CUnty Liberiy Loan Organization.
H. S. JACKS, Secretary.
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