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C5IYEKSITY MISS0UWA5, WEDNESDAY, JAyUAKT 2, !.
Arizona I. to (JiTe Short Couic.
A fanners' short course much like
lnterted Colonel Thel)' Herd.
Dr. V. V. Cutler and Dr. Samul
Sheldon returned from UtrUmce. -Mo. onc lRi,d here recentlj. wl be
yesterday where they inspected the
daio herd of Colonel W. II. l'holps. Mn b' ," Cultural department
Colonel I'helps has sixty-six head of of the University of Arizona at Tuc
ows and only one showed anj symp- ! wI" oes'" February 10 and
toms of tuberculosis. ht two weeks.
TELLS OF WORK OF I. 0. 0. F.
Every Woman in Columbia
is interested in the
BIG MASS MEETING
Tomorrow Afternoon, Thursday, 2:30
Boone County Court House
M. (.'. l'roctor Kecfhea Pictures
Women and Children In Home.
M. O. Proctor, secretary of the Co-
, lumhla KodRe of Odd Fellows, has re
ceived two larpe pictures of the per
'sons living at the Odd Fellows Home
'at Liberty. One picture shows the
, children. There are more than a hun
dred of them. The other is a pictuie
of the lifty women in the home.
, "The Odd Fellows of Missouri fur
nish a home for these people, clothe
and board them, and send the children
to school." said Mr. l'roctor. "After
the children hae completed the work
j in the graded sm oN of tin home
jthey are gien tuition In the Liberty
I Utah School. The income from a 109
acro farm helps " maintain slit
otIc to I'ltperrliissiiien.
The euuUaleiit of two years' work
school he desires to enter to the un
dersigned as soon as possible. He
will then receive due notification re
garding his admission.
Dean of the University Faculty,
Room 4C. Academic Hall.
. . a tr.. J,. (1.m.vi
Xo Assembly tomoriow.
We have received a lot of
New Ideas in
Count AdiNerV Wort In Iiulletin.
A bulletin will be issued by the
Stato Hoard of Agriculture next wee): . f .. ,. .lr.,lc orlrl fiMn.
on the work of the agricuiturai ad-l The variety of combinations in cards and folders,,
viser of i-ettis County. This is the envelopes to msitch offers you something entirely
llrst bulletin of its kind issued. 't'E-ind different.
will tell of the work done in Pettis
County and of the plans of the PettH
Count v Ilureau of Agriculture. S. M. ;
Jordan is the county adviser.
rii3loloiM Club Mei'K
The Physiology Journal Club met
at the home of Dr. C. W. (Ireene last
night. "Contributions to the Physiol
ogy of the Stomach," a paper by Dr.
A. .1. CarlMm of the University of
Ours is a trade that Sen-ice made
H? ttemiuouri Store
Just Off the Campus on Xinth
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reiiuind for admission to all profes- line Ite.-ry A discussion of the paper
clonal schools (Kducatlon I .aw, Med-1 followed.
ieine, Kngineering and Journalism) of!
the University of Missouri. Any stti-l If you fail to receive votir Missour-
dent who expects to enter any of these I ian any evening, phone
schools during the second semester of
this session will avoid delay, incon
ivenience and expense by having ills
'entrance qualifications determined In
advance. The student should send
, his local address and the name of the
Lock the Doors!
Close the Windows
Don't Let Anybody Move!
Me x&tdfe. fzaefaege
b lis VTrn JTW ft
lipBBiNS OAR r'HS
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Soaps for the"! toilet
that have all the del
irate odors or those
that are unscented
are at your disposal
from our stock.
; Our Shampoo Soap
has no equal. Ladies
use it and all say it is
Sizes convenient for
the traveling case,
hoth tuh or laundry.
THE DRUG SHOP
Knight & Rosse
-Taihus to men
$35 and $37.50
(including Hint- Scrcs)
Commencing tomorrow morning, Thursday, for
$4 J 00.00 Stock
of Women's, Misses' and Children's wearing apparel and other
lines of Merchandise to be sold at 50 per cent of manufacturers cost.
Having bought the stock of the Gant-Ellison Co., I propose to
close out all winter merchandise, consisting of Underwear, Suits,
Coats, Waists, Skirts, Dresses, Etc., in order to make room for other
lines which I intend putting in.
Time will not permit us to enumerate only a few of the many
articles you can buy.
."( to (."(
7.V to 1
Lifrlil weight wool (Forest .Mills)
.")(! Women's Vests 19c
1.011 Women's Tnion .Suits 39c
2."k- .Missvs' W-sts :iik1 Pants 12c
jfli.") to .s'J..')0 viiliics 59c
2.00 to ..-( vjiln.'s 75c
rl.OO to 1.."0 values
one only. .
one only. .
one onlv. .
21.00 values, one onlv
. . 6.50
."0f Kmhroidered Hose
"." to 1.00 Kmhroulereil Hose..
2."f Misses' HIaek Cotton Hose.
1..".0 Silk Hose
."0e Blaek Silk Boot IIosv
2."c and I5.V vallleS
.")0e to 1.00 values
1.2.") to 2.00 values
2..")0 to 4.50 values
2."c to '."e values
."0e to T.'te values
2.00 to ,;.00 values
1.'I..")0 values, one only
l.'i.OO values, one only
1i;.."0 values, one only
21.00 values, one only
Come prepared to see the greatest BARGAINS you have ever seen.
W. E. SMITH DRY GOODS CO.
: up ;s a
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Note this: K educed iirices on
Tailored clothes do not mean that
you receive a suit already six
months out of style. We tailor
them right up to the minute, any
style you want them )
K. A. Ehingcr
Varsity Show Rehearsal
He's glad to shake that lady
"business" and get back to his
CO Fat.rra tojponM trill ttcun a uhite tatln
ptZciz top, 24 in. square, decorated uith hand
LZTrnty p&rJed fio'Xcn 12 d&igm a tcLclroru
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