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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSQUMAN. MONDAYr SEPTEMBERS. 192Q. -
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TEACHERS PLAJT 'PROGRAM
Of the Columbia Country Club ar7:30 tonight at the Com
mercial Club rooms. All members are urged to be present.
BARTON ROBNETT, Secretary.
Snappy, Lively Styles
For the Young Man
Youthful pep and punch find full expression in the
aggressive lines of the Brogue. Worn with wool hose tiiey
I give that air of vigor that's in keeping with the wearer.
- In Cordovan and Norwegian Calf Popular priced. '"
i Also New Wool Hose
$1.00 to $2.50
State Hecttag- WtU Be HM In
A special 'effort krbyjng "aad to ar
range a program forthe J'ioenber matt
ing of tie Minos ri. State -.Teachers' As
sociation that VST appeal to all classes
of eachers aayt the School and Commu
nity, issued by" the (mocUIiod. The
speakers have been selected with all the
'teachers in mind.- In addition to the,
t general meetings, a' special program is
. being prepared for Friday afternoon for
the three great dimions of teachers, ru- i
, ral. elementary, and high school.' Special j
speakers have i been secured for each of i
and Or. W. II. Kilpalrick will address
the general meeting and also bring a
special message to elementary ileachers, '
I Doctor KJlpatnck is today eierting great
influence in the held ot elementary scliool
methods. Miss Omalia Bengston. a lead
er in rural education will address the
ruralyieathers. Dr. Thomas Balliet,
dean of the School of Education of the
University of New York Cty, will ad
dress the rural teachers. Doctor Battict
ttill address the general meeting eh
training 'ffer citizenship. Dr. M. I.
Burton, president of the University of
Michigan,' will address the general meet
ing .on the live topic of "Being Alive."
Other strong speakers selected for the
general and special progranuare Dr. L
D. Coffman, president, University of
Are now on sale and are being disposed of very rap
idly. The sale, is limited .to 2400, and "when that number is
sold no more will be obtainable. .By buying a season ticket
you get $9 worth of football for 4J4.' You liad better get
yours now. Tomorrow may be loo late. Indications are
that the entire issue of, tickets will be disposed of by Wed-
Get your ticket from the student salesman, or from the
Missouri Store, Co-Op, "Drug Shop, .Virginia Pharmacy or
GET YOURS HOW
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A COMPLETE LIST OF
THE VERY BEST OF DRINKS
Our fountain is able to serve you the '
we can please you. They are made
alter ine snow
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very best drinksatre-mJe-and;we are sure
of the purest ofcijpredierits and 'with special
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". Due to a fortunate buy we are able to present you
Silks of Standard Quality and Weight
40-INCH GEORGETTE CREPE - T
$3.50 Quality, 3 Days' Sale Price 2
$3.00 Quality, 3 Days' Sale Price .'. ;3.00
ColorsWhite, Tan, Eelgium, ,Mais, Turquoise, Flesh, Rose, Brown, Jade,
Jap Blue, Italian Blue, Cope'n, Navy, Coral, Beaver, Silver, Taupe,
Black, Plum, Red.
40-INCH. CREPE DE CHINE ' ,
$3.50 Quality, 3 Days' Sale Price '. 3.00
$3.00 Quality, 3 Days' Sale Price ,..,....$2.50
Colors same as Georgette Crepe.
36-INCH SATIN MESSAUNE '
$3.50 Quality, 3 Days' Sale Price $2.75
$3.00 Quality, 3 Days' Sale Price . . .$2.50
Colors about as Georgette Crepe. "
36-INCH SATIN DE CHINE , ' . , .
$3.75 Quality, 3 Days Sale Price . .$3.00 .
12 Colors, including White, Black and Navy.
36-INCH PLAIN COLORED TAFFETA
$3.75 Quality, 3 Days' Sale.Pr.ce .$3.00
$3.00 Quality, 3 Days' Sale Price .'. .$20
12 Shades, including Black, White and Navy; '
Dry Goods Co.
Detore me war
a packac e
during the war
line riavui uaoio
SoLDoes the Price!
HEL-LO-0-0-0 PETE : I .
In two more shakes of a Iamb's ti&TJ&ikn
been between the, sheets but I gctaantb
another large idea for Camel CigarefK : bda7tht's
so bright you' can phone. 'em tocut 'tHe cwrrent".
, because you just had your lamps Ik J.
St. Louis I oMoedar, ..-.-f '
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Tell you, if s a whale of a stunt ! Everybody
right quiet and hats off i NOW fitrawlknow
or ever heard, there never has been one of those
iippy slogans under, that bigdkplay naaae
''Camel". I'VE GOT ONE get me? Put.bbth
your ears close to the'ground and get the nimbi -
of a broadside like this r "
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' Wow, Pete! 1T1 testify that's a atnrvlMa
peach!" Spread it like I've dented it in here'-,
ana you ve uncorked an eyeful ! Suppose you'll
wsnx 10 can me oia mr. Hammer
the nail on the head!
And, bet real money that if this s!eart stuff
keeps me awake the rest of the night. 111 win
and offer it to R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co."before
-you hit the deck ! And, 111 be spending seas "
of the proceeds for noon eats! Intbe'lang-wage"
of JttEer Jones of Joplin, "you tell 'em'kiM yacht,
you've got the sales spirit P 1 ,j( i, ,
Blowing out of St. LoU;s at 1(U2 toraorrow
with a bundle of businees. Off for Ohia Oot
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A textbook in the Dairy Department of the Univerary
gives FIVE REASONS for pasteurizing milk. '
The First Reason- '
Becaus it saves the lives of man
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The other four reasons are good onesLnbut . .
"nuf sed." White Eagle Dairy jCrnilfir '
cream, ice cream, butter and clfee are
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