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The Evening Missourian. [volume] (Columbia, Mo.) 1917-1920, September 18, 1917, Image 6

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IjjF;. S. Internal Revenue Department, is w ) fjl II W ft
mfe visiting his sisters, Miss Mary and E i VL fflH R
ifor Miss CInnle Haggard ,in Columbia. t 0 II ll L fJIH 1 s
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uaKx. ctaniipne f!n11iin Announcement. II H HH U "
to . T II 1 71 y 1 5
The Way of Rebate
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Sfpnhpns College Announcement.
Students fr6m Columbia and from
th( University who are nlanning
take courses in any of the departments
at Stephens College may now enroll.
The following departments are open
to special students: Conservatory
Music: Exnression Department: Art
Department: Physical Education De
nnrtmpnt. and T.iterarv Denartmcnt.
For information or for appointment
with the head of the department in
which you are interested.phone 263, or
call at the College otnce..
JAMES M. "WOOD, President.
What do you know about your Bible
or the Christian religion? It is not
enough for educated men to have
learned a few Bible stories in child
hood, to have acquired a few trite
quotations, or to depend on fragments
gleaned from the weekly sermon. The
educated man who is going to merit a
position of leadership in the most
vital movements of his community
must have some adequate knowledge
of the Bible and of religion. This re
quires study under competent teach
ers. The Bible College of Missouri
offers you jour opportunity. See an
nouncement elsewhere in these
columns. (adv)
Pianos to rent. Taylor Music House.
9th & Cherry. T-3
National Livestock Market.
LOl'IS. Ill, September IS 1017. Tlie live
stock market for today was as follows:
Cattle receipts 7,500.
Market. Steady.
Natlre lieef steers SS$17.T.O.
' Vearllne steers and heifers, $7Q$1C
Cons, $C0?1O.
Stocker and feeders, $Cr-0g?9.50.
Calves $5.73$15 TTi.
Texas steers, $C75IS?$10J'W
Cons and heifers. $Cg10.
Hoe receipts 7,500.
Market, Lower.
Mixed and liutchers. $17O0$1SCO.
flood and heavy. $1S.40?18.G3.
LlSht, ?17.!H)ci$18.30.
rijrs. ?14JJ17 2T..
Hulk, $17tK)i?lS00.
Sheep receipts 2,500.
Market. Strong.
fines. ?10.50i$ll.
Kainbs, ?H(?iSlSJi".
Wethers. $10.5061i50.
Tanners, (5S7.
Special Notice
We will receive Satur
day Morning all colors
of Freshmen Caps in
Wool Flannels and
silk lined. All colors
and extra'values.
Sophmores have mercy
on the Freshmen un
til this shipment arrives.
Gordon Tires
5,000-mile Guarantee.
"IVe are giving1 a tube free with
each casing sold.
901 Broadway Phono 234
Clothes Cleaned and
Daily Bros.
Called For And
Phone 736 Virginia BIdg.
On Each Purchase You Receive
Which is good any time for 5 of its face value
in merchandise, or sign your name on back and
Sign your name and
turn in these checks on
our profit-sharing plan
W 3
3 5 2 3 SEP 18 !'
These Checks are i
Worth of
Their Face Value f
in Mdse. r
& A 1.00
STORE 1917-18 -
turn in once during the school year and you will receive
from VKMoiiiiaQfe in Sept. 1918 a profit sharing check
paying you a divide on your book and supply purchases. We paid
on last year's purchases and sold Books as cheap as any
following persons have
their checks:
store in Columbia. The
not called for
A. E. Adama
Homer Allen
H. Austin
I. Armll
II. Allison
II. D. Atwood
S. W. Arnold
W. Marcos Asqultb
P. A. Arnson
Geo. P. Allen
Ruth Iillsbirrow
Joseph Dacklar
W. Barnwell
W. T. Dutler
T. II. BerleLamp
W. J. Brown
Anna Mae Bradford
Bory Barnett
W. J. Brown
Beta Theta PI
II. T. Brawley
W. L. Ulenden
Russell II. Billy
J. II. Blslnger
J. W. Baldwin
Paul Bergman
T.. P. Barnett
Ilarland S. Baldwin
A. O. Briscoe
. T. Bloomei;
B. a Crow
Don Chapman
R. E. Carter
I'lerce Combs
Lee Comecys
Martha Curry
S. K. Cho
Chi Omeca
Mary Cochran
J. V. Collett
X. L. Carr
Jce Crist
John Crosser
H. L. Chung
Rodney M. Fairfield
Clarence A. Farlow
II. V. Fink, Jr.
M. II. Fobrman
H. J. Eggellng
Robe. Edmonson
Louis E. Dell
E. J. Durand
Anna Durand
Delta Delta Delta
J. II. Degglnger
John II. Drlggs
Ira" J. Dear Dorff
C. J. DIppoId
Marlon M. Davis
Helen Dantel
Morris Davis
Morrtt) E. Dry
Dwlghf F. Doran
Lue D. Cady
T. Corublet
Edith Cummlngs
John Casey
William 11. Channon
:. Alex"llope
K. Hassler
It. Hurnz
O. Hungate
It. Hesse Helns
D. Harris
Ruby Hardesty
Louise Harris
II. R. Hubbard
(J race Graves
Llllle B. Grebe
L. D. Gmelner
Ctrl Gentry
Eugene (Jaebler
Morris H. Glazer
F. Girdner
Ruth Garton
Ralph Gravely
Lurton Goble
n d n a k j
Joe FIshman
J. X. Fellows
Reuel A. Farber
H. M. Fort
V. G. Fowler
Hazeltlne Fry
R. Klngsbaker
O. O. Kelly
Cour Klnyon
A. O. Klrcher
K. K. G.
Geo. O. Kane
!eo. O. Kane
Richard V. Jones
Mrs. Abner Jones
V. James
J. O. Jones
Leland Jones
John Josleyn
Leon S. Johnston
Raymond C. Jarrett
J. R. Jaeger
Stanley Holton
J. T. Hall
A. J. Hill
Elsa Holekamp
Chas. Hudler
Frank Hussey
Glenn S. Hlllbouse
J. T. Hunt
Orville nunt
II. CTay Halley
W. A. Helleway, Jr.
T. W. Hudson
Mavme Uargls
F. W. Hancock
H. J. Hotter
John McAnaw
Jas. P. Moronoy
J. F. Mlnnls
C. G. McDanlel
Louis Meeker
G. F. Mlddleton
J. H. McKiddy
Harold Sleyer
C. Mackay
Ethel Moore M
E. L. Myers '
I'rank B. McGregor
G. Morrison
Wa E. Meyer
E. Marshall, Jr.
Max Lamb
Frank Lowe, Jr.
L. Lubln
S. F. Lindsay
Mrs. Cbis. Lyons
V. L Jones
Lue Lozler
F. K. Lee
Frank Leach
W. S. Love
Florence Lingswelr
A. E. Lochmoeller
Chas. A. Lee
Virgil C. Kline
Kappa Alpha Theta
Minnie Rosenthal
R. J. Rummell
G. II. Robinson
J. H. Roney
It. F. Plttman
V. L. Post
Beverlv L. Pitts
Dora Quayle
XV. R. Quinn
K. R. Plumb
Wm. T. Pfelffer
L. S. Palmer
O. C. Putman
A. F. Pierce
Thelma Parrott
F. I'eters
L. G. Peck
Phi Mn House
Homer T. New Ion
A. II. Xlchols
John Oglllvle
G. C. Nevi comer
Vlrgluli Xoel
Geo. Meadow
Gladys Morris
Allene Madden
J. T. Macke
Keith S. McKee
John W. McLoed
L. L. McKay
C. E. McXamara
Eugene Scbmlch
Il.mlpl Stark
Walter T. Smith
Don Selby
Zula Scamroon ,
T. S. Shore
Roysle Stanton
Carl D. Stiles
B. R. Shore. Jr.
L. M. Schon
W. H. Stevenson
A. II. Beaton
Russell Smith
li. J. Shipley
Cyrene Shepard
Fred Sloop
J. L. Schlitt
Otto Schifer
Edwin Shroder
J. V. Scholz
Carlotte Soramers
J. E. Stuart
J. Erie' Smerdon
Julia Scott
J. L. Spleer
C. a. Sloan
H. O. Sprinkle
W. U. Svlvester
M. W. Rannells
Mary A. Rodhouse
J. II. Roney
Arnold Rleger
II. Rublnsten ,
W. X. Rider
W. E. Rider
Oscar Rotty
Gracia Rowley
A. Sach Rowltz
Glenn O. Young
Seliva Young
Fred Williams
Lucy Wilson
Bryan Wilson
W. C. Werner
W. H. Wright
B II. Wlgllek
J E. Wendleton
II. E. Whlttenburg
Sam Weedln
L. A. Wilson
II. Wiseman
Richard E. Westlake
M. E. Votaw
E. A., Vogel
C. E. Yirden
A. W, Taylor
Marie Tonnsend
Xelson C. TIsdel
G. W. Telden
Dean Thorp
Harriett J. Trappe
Eleanor Trowbridge
M. 8. Trimble
John Thaxton
I. F. Tllllngton
H. F. Tempel
Norman Trenholme
W. C. Thee
C. M. Tucker
J. Tllden
Jeanette Schoen
Sam Solomon
E. M. Swan
L. T. Synder
Save money by getting your Books and Supplies at
l3fieTIUMQi4 Sbre
Just off the Campus on Ninth
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