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THE NEW YORK ST
GRAND
We wish to announce
Ladipsoi
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BooCcBuatfethi ife
which consists of a large
sortment of the latest
150 to 500 for Children Maj
ors all styles
I The Drug Shop
continues to have a great run on CONK-
ttN SELF FILLING FOUNTAIN
PENS Todayand tomorrow will end
Jhe special demonstration and If you
Save not availed yourself of the op
portunity of seeing their 2000 dis
play you have missed much Call at
pnee and see the merits of the pen
Remonstrated The Best made
ri Pemberton Hall DinlngijSRoomta
Jow open to the
Conley and Missouri Avenue
-lie board 4 per week Single meals
JKronlrfaef anil liinMi 9F rpntR RIt
Jclock dinner 35 cents Breakfast
Cattle For Sale
Thirty head of three-year-olds Sixty
ana uaiiawayuKisea catue anawui oe
oia in car lot twenxy ia carvinese
cattle asaifat and readytfor thetfeed
lot and will be sold on reasonable
terms -Also four pair of aged work
mules
JtJThose ageacattle have been fed
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Columbia Mo
Route 2 Phone 8F
585 to St Louis Mo and Return
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Dates of Sale September 25 to 28
inclusive
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Prices range from 4Q0 to 1 500 for
Misses and Ladies IC3oaI ai Jrom i
Final Limit To reach - Columbia
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We havessold pm groceryatock to
WiTH Slaughter anexnerjaaced busl
ness man who will conduct the store
in the future We bespeak for him
the same cordial relations that hate
always exiEtedbetweenus sjd our
Caff
customers Inrordet te wihdnpc ur
partnership affaTraa settlement la
esaarvat onc
Respectfully
POINTS HAWKINS
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CHEMICAL CLEANING CfAT Tg
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Bessie
School
Donald Ferguson
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Work Called for and DeliTerd 22 SoiitH Ninth Street
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CMtlauedlfroBi Pag 1
4 the Board of an the recom
mendation or the director or tne ex
periment Station has established cer
tain research fellowships Jn agricul
tural subjects and the fdlpjk ap
pointments have already beenrjna
ElmerrivwattatvJ jfsAiAifi
culture JJnlTerstjj ofMfMouri jc
ricuuurai vnvpisu y i h s 1
ThompaOB EkiWoodward Dairy Hus
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VC D Learn B S Upper Iowa Uni
versity and Shaw Botanical Gardens
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Freuert Dairy Husbandry
K Das B S OJUojitate
Unljeraity Animal Hushawfey
RftCifJhmen and SotSMores
AVacioter8hIpa won
meirjfclnounced at
vocfitI lAhe session atopiqgjiencei
men jimei the followinssliaaf ships
awarded to Freshmen andftjphfwiores
for3itynBesslon arekejfy an
nounced rrtiir
Scholarship in American Citizen-
8hlpyorth 200 a year fpifour
years u Mr Selwyn Collipsipt Har
rlsoaylile Missouri nu
Frank P Blair Scholarship 200
ayear for four years This-
tafsblp has Just been established
through the generosity of Mrs C B
Graham of St Louis and named -by
the Board of Curators in honor of her
father General Prahk PiBlairf Xo
MIstf TemplerKeanrpf St Joseph Mo
Rhodaan Clay- Scholar ship 2S0H
Awarded during the Sopboinore year
tosthd student In Arts and Science
-who durlngthe Freihmaayear BhalJ
beJudgedj belt entitled theretoon
tieicoro of schotorship deportment
land general- wortatoesav jSpJlii
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Honor Graduates of Accredited Schools
Mabel Hull Okmulgee High School
William Ak1iIio1i1 Unlnnn V Uin
r W ixsri2s3swfM5S
Jxnuon High School
Jean Grant Excelsior Springs High
School
Harry A Snodgrass Bartlesvllle
TTIcrh Srinn1
School 1910
Helen Wherli Mound City
School
f iTheodore Lawrence Locke Linneus
HlghScJiopltvvT3v gi
FrankPSipei -Nevada High School
1909
u wTSir rT 5t MersBLi AgentTj i
yearlings These all Boone
12
Esco Gracem Slater High School
Fred A Burg Bethany High School
Ethlyn Hancock Cfflfessa High
School
Julia Chinn Vandalla High School
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iFrancea White- Norborae Higl
HOflOQl 1310 jfj Cv
I M t -wings Albany Higtt SchodL
Mabel Hurst Tipton High School
Iva B Hawkins Maryvllle High
School
Lucile D Gentry Shelbyvllle High
School
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Paul C Sprinkle Belton High
School
Leslie H Bell Monroe City High
SchpoL v - vjy t My J
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0 av ynn wood varraaiia
School Mi -
Ray C Zehr Holden High SchooL
Debating and Essay Contests
wt Ferdebatrng JosephR Johflstotr
of- Manual Training High School Kan 1
sasNCity Mo
I Essay Miss Carrie Johnston Booh
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Saturday at three p m
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Star Theatre Mlflht
Yra
A prize fight by two four legged
brutes dogs three rounds - Matinee
StudwHtiifefHMTmlflht
An Informal reception for the old
andr ney Methodist students will be
glyeatonlghl byiUie Epworth League
souriaaa busbieM oBee b7 W6tioVotBTcwajrMdi8rt
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AlMLJ IJLeJVIVlllrv FOR
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PANTS GLEAftD AND 1
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IjPTri2
rouR
graduatejpfi
Cornell University with training in
art agriculture and architecture for
the nast two years instructor in the
Univetirftrto 11hojitaedjclOTl
force in agriculture as instructor in
Landscape Gardening He will alsd
havn rhnrcrA nf thn TTnlversltv Camnua
hUnioi aonAk aa ffio nivtrutF inflfl
isot of Forestry a if
Mr Grover Cleveland Hosford a
brilHant graduate of our Law schooir
has been added to the staff of the law
facultyas instructor mr Law
Dji F E Wheetecfc formerly As H
siarani iTOTeHBorr4jB iaie univeraiiy
Jvill be aniaddltloaal Instructor in the
deartoentj0fJ8jc8 y
Mr Michael C Carr a graduate of
the Slade School of Art in London
England who has spent seven years in
study and teaching art in Italy and
who last year was instructor jn the
Fine Arts Institute of -Kansas City
f ilUnburi is ddedto the force as Itf 1
structor in tne ineory anarracuce
of Art -
The growth of the department Jof
Romance JanguJBeedurlngjhejaatJ
two years and the demand especially
for instruction -in Italian and French
faas led us to add one- Instructor to
toft department in the person of Mr
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Continued from
ion as Assistant Professor
AdmlnistratlorU He will also
e Private Secretary to the Presidit
and yottWlll have6ccaslon to become
tell
Mr H O Allison who has been a
member of the teachlrig forcept the
department of animal husbandry In
ThAim will al6A fta j A1ilAjl - flia
FeBler Lawrence Gallatfn High T Zfj
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5auline G Beery Norbprne High
school 1809 - Pi H ja
Robert D Groves Wentworth Mili
tary Academyi
Katherlne M DeCourcey Savannah
High School - -
Iva Butler Macon High School
fceanderj Hopper
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Nevada High
High
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Ik thVBchool8 colleges and univer4
sities of America After two years-
of graduate study In the Romance
languages at Yale University threej
years at Harvard and one year inj
France and Italy he becomes a yaliiaj
bie addition to our teaching force S
Dr F Mr Tisdel a graduate of4
Northwestern and Harvard UniveraiS
ties and of the School of Oratory cfe
thQOJnKreroltjr or Illinois is to oeeonw r -
AaslstanPrpfeor ot AnimaHt Hh PuWSjfeakte in the TTqj
Wjry in pur CoUege otAgiicuRure rsmtslri Oberlln Cptf
MVtiiiuaJuiv nvmuiB tn inui i
nology takes a position with ui
Lecturer in English and Public Speak 5
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a wmr tag- iwai av
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profassors the addlttoal offa dojtea
newteachera and satisfactory ap 5
pointees to take the place of profes i
and grounds ra ad assistant professors who re
ataman lira nnan ha crnaalAn Af lUin1
ifttSihe conviction that coridlticma
llj
are favorjkble to making this the beat
fir thposiuoi can ljfcfonnd a aFo otudyN in the history of the
wB tChMiges ln nstructors
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Several changes have occurred Inf
the force of Instructors and graduate
teaching assistants Among them if
Introduce to you Mr T E Jones I
structor In Physical Education sue
To New Subscribers
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OwinaJto the fact that nearly five
KUMrastnaw subscribers have heeivi
added Nothe Mrsaourian subscription
list during the past few days th de
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era hava heeVi mlctarft howavar
are giving the matter our personal at p
tention -and wlll be plsaawl te haaftl
from any who- have subscribed aiitfi
Gaetano Cavicchia a native of Italy failed to receive the paper PhenWj
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ceedlng Mr Lawman who accepted thK -A
professorship ot physical educatloa ia T
the University of Alabama
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