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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 March 1921

pay Ma lay n in word ure r 3TT ns Cty G te IS ft nrTTT TwniTTvnn llud lmKjiud ON PROGRAM Mo Urge Recognition of Old Trails Road as Most Im portant Cross State Highway Hants market bureau Would Establish Day Nursery in Connection With Im proved Rest Room i at Courthouse 4 Sk definite program of work for the Columbia Commercial Club to undertake lit tbe fiscal year beginning April 1 was decided upon at a meeting of tbe board Wttirertors at the Daniel Boone Tavern at noon today The meeting was at trifed by both old and new members of tie board of directors and tbe member itl tbe committee on the program of ac- utuies for the new jear Tbe committee on the program of work U composed of E Sydney Stephens chsirmsa Alfonso Johnson E A Lo nn E P Bamford and Roy T Dana C ii report adopted by the board of direc ten at the meeting today reads as hj i 2a deciding upon a definite program Ef 4 wwk for the Columbia Commercial gOub in the fiscal year beginning April 1 1921 ibis committee has taken i...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 March 1921

m t it r fZr PACE TWO iirc k itfgtf o Swtf TIGERS HOPE FORTICTORY jfl BASEBALL Opening of Season Finds Mis souri Team Heady lo Kace for Valley Cham pionship Personnel of Varsity Nine Al most Settled Easy Work outs During Incle ment Weather In lew than two wreks the Missouri Valley baseball race will be on in earn est Keports from Washington University are to the effect that Coach Bascom is ex pecting to wjn another championship Latt vrar the Pikers won the champion ship but the Tiger nine was able to whip them on the local field While the present weather is hardly renJucive to more than easy workouts for the team Coach Miller a not allow ing the Tigers to be idle The pitchers hate been instructed to take it easy and nthT than to throw to batters they hare had very little work lo do Joliny Miller is in lie a bench manager for the greatest portion of the season In previous seasons he has always been out shotting his men jut how it should be done This jear it is a pair of crutches and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 March 1921

hlch itiricti opin ed by ad on visit British aitniy There n and wash E the Iiscov uiana out rank South r and leads are phy r the if 1 1 NEW SINN FEIN MOVEMENTTO RULE IRELAND Inriniirilican Plan Would Take If Privilege of Collecting Taxes From British Officers tEoLLECTORS OUT MAR 31 IWail Is Trying to Control Gov erning Councils Eng land Opposing At tempts iDoui March 25 Dail Ereann the San Fein parliament is planning per haps t m081 ambitious repuniican k iA i hnot to obtain comDlete control of municipal government sat southern Ireland r i 1- T lit iv Ttnftftl ffcuneial year on April 1 the Republican Vjorernment iU attempt lo supersede me j jimeni on f a well a in governing local bodies Sinn Fein regards the new plan as a Mmmitt1 tn outlaw aeainst iaaace official told the United Press local gorernment in Ireland is admini iaed by county councils who are re sponsible to a local government board aimed by the government at Dublin The local rovernment board really controls lie councils ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 March 1921

- - Si 5 F i f PACE SIX 1HE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missonrian Publishing Associa tion Inc Jay IL Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maiuceb SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Week 10 cenU single copies f cents By mail In Boone County Year S12S i months 173 3 months 90 cents ronth 33 cents Ou side the county Year 50 3 months JL2S month 45 cents Fajablo In advance Member Audit Bureaa of QrctuVaons Ensred as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS V 27 Advertising and Circulation 55 DOG LEGISLATION The passage of the Gordon Dog Act removes from future Missouri Assemblies the cause of much impassioned oratory At nearly every session irate sheepmen have journejed to Jefferson Gty and pleaded with the legislators for the pas sage of a law that would decrease the number of ownerless curs who played wolf to the extent of killing or wound ing sheep Their efforts were always met with the oratory of owners of kennels of fox hunting dogs who of...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 March 1921

iR f it Ji i -I - -- - - - - Ihouse two halls lo bath rooms ga concrete basement paired street block from University good lot A IfcBfUD it 5750 AIo an untarnished Stsent on Kosemary une jor rem fciMr 1 unul SePember 1 25 per la k CareT S Frasicr Flionc 519 or bite cm fOR S1LE Single comb vihite leg ifcaffP lor Kttmg iou lor la o basdrcd uans Liurani rnonc uoo v null srOR SALE Twenty acres ot land filivfroom house out buildings and Tfriastrers vitlun cay limits rnonc fctekn or address R 1L Brushwood ItfFD 6 B 182 iHni SALE Two dressers one bed sLSjrfe with mattress and springs one Satinf rug 9x12 and one square table lleleplKme 1328 green or call at 620 N ItdX D 1J F IDRJSALE Two tars Buiclc Six Sjood asinew overhauled and repainted ftujei1 B at bargain in good mechanical roauon F H HoberechL H 173tf F0R SALE 1920 model notorcyde 707 Tandy Are Phone llZUIack P 168if PFOR SALE Purebred Barred Rock lens 1100 a setting or 500 a hundred Breeding stock from Pope Pope Louis KBe Ky Mrs J G ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 March 1921

l i i TACE QGHT zEElEjM Miss Helen Challis went to St Louis today for the Easter bolidavs Miss Thelma Mullen went to Kansas Gty yesterday to spend the week end K I Vanice left yesterday for Kan sas Gty to spend the week end S D Cromer went to 3oonville yes terday Miss Lucille Forshey left yesterday for her home in Montgomery Gty Miss June Forshaw will spend the week end at her home in St Louis Gunner Simpson left for St Louis yes terday Sergeant Leeton left yesterday for a short bu iness trip to Su Louis Miss Ruth McCoy left yesterday for a visit at her home in Sikeston Miss Jean Logan left today for a visit in Kansas Gty Leslie Allen left jesterday for Grove Okla where he will spend the week end Edward Lancaster left yesterday for a visit to his home in Webster Groves U C Sanderson went to St Louis yes terday Miss Ruth Hammond of Stephens Col lege left for Jefferson Gty to spend the Easter holidajs Miss Juliet Price of Jefferson Gty ar rived today to be a guest at the Pi Beta Thi h...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 March 1921

m fJI sns latjjJ e pnid la 0 Cameren 1 Tetiatfiy Frail Ifigr Fair J dWuMedJ jricultnral College be Easter nerrow Stephens mhta J morning 3 pcmtenti ere chip pte i iy i m a IE f3 F 1 J t 4 News of Columbia Society Sfui Ua JTyciJ locief editor iriU Kjttdctt 1 tfepnone Ktiu leween 9 and 12 oclock T frjyaiie274 Kg Cease C Helm 406 South Ninth enter taineu ai uu ob i S uLIm of hridee for ber IgrFiefts Mii Fannie Helm and Mrs la J La110 of S- J8 Kan Cut tzL Mrs Pruilt F Pf yi T V Vthittlc Mrs John M Vbnll Mm Lutie Palmer of Kansas Mrs Ben Koell Jr Mrs Bernard u Tlmnus Mcllarc Mrs E A TbriJe Mrs Hugh Stephens Mrs Tirr King Mrs Bella Kirlbndge Mrs Oa Ware Mrs Will E Snvh Mrs - el tr rharles Geer Mrs D fcVandner Mr M A Jones Mrs Jftut SiWer airs j i inns m TUr Mrs JacL Conlev Mrs A i Mallard and Miss Harriet Helm RiHsell Chnltscales of New Frank- EEa armed last evening for a visit ith aMr and Mi- Turner ClinWales Stewart KJ nd Welwood aenue She will re- fenaia until after Easter t - I C min ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 March 1921

l 1 1 r - Ma I mi I r ysw EFOUR rffl SALESMAMflR STUDY CALLED 1 TIME WASTER Dean Gephart of Washington University Speaks to Com merce Students at An nual Boom DECRIES PRESENT TREND Says Business Schools Should Teach Principles and Not Lay so Much Stress on Mere Details One of the most futile courses in a rollege curriculum is salesmanship ac cording to W F Gepliart dean of the School of Commerce at Washington Urn- versity who was tlie principal speaker at the Commerce Boom the annual banijuet of the School of Business ami Public Administration Given last night at the Daniel Boone Tavern The dining room of the hotel was packed wiih students and faculty mem bers and the four Iicur program of food muic and tails w as Teceited with enthu siam In explaining why a course in sales manship was a farce Dean Gephart said that a salesman was two thirds personal ity and one third knowledge of his goods ncitlier of which a professor could tell him an thing about Tlie big thing that a school of c...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 March 1921

I Jthirteenth year rV ijIOTS RELATE fpOGRESS OF SUBSCRIFnONS Wkree Inch Field Gun Will Be FFircd With Each 2bVW Subscribed lo Memo rial Building Sgfl IfUCITORS TO BANQUET Bfcrchants Organizations Give Dinner For Central Com- j jnittcc Monday Re- pons lo ue xuaae One of the new features of ihe Mis uari Memorial Union Building cam- pets iU be Ihe hring ol a three inch feUtun on Francis Quadrangle with WcitOOO subscribed Hjht gun and ammunition are tumisned Jthe Seld artillery nnit of the R O T2C through the courtesy of Maj Lloyd tlmn The men who attended Camp Jjox lat summer will fire the gun rTWvlare Alfred PooL Warper ftviiMimn S Pattoa Eugene Mont- I asKTji Carland Conley and E S Brig- l 4 ilae progress of the campaign will be Iwn by die number of the shots fired ftciigul system follows tAix shot equal 25000 ATra shots equal 3WXXJ lre shots equal 75000 ftjwr shots equal 100000 JrjFne shots equal 12WW0 Si r liots equal 150000 Stten shots equal 175000 light shots equal 200000- K Jibe...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 March 1921

all ttl 521 B I - i 1 H4 rc fl 11 PACE TWO 1 V c r i t ii I -Mi 4 - r J r l viw -- sfim W4 - i ff - J -4 u t a rfct f I fcftijpi f ij MM A tWFV faiv t ff0 v - I r 4 ac T - S A v4t i Kgrvaiyimiei orer 206000 in Ac jfa r lJtiuoarf trill raise 250000 - 4 Michifm roUid 1800000 i a Aa cr iowitilAtir limit i 1250000 n ret fijkf in another iaj Atoa tkej rdut It this time to 1500 008Ba raited that in another day Fhat ft ftSi3 COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN SATURDAY MARCH 26 1921 v - - - i i s - - - v -v - - - -- t 0 M 1 JJ JComplete Facts Concerning the Missouri Memorial Union Building JPhe Union is t t T An Organization Of Akmni Student and Faculty formed to cateth p pirii of good fellowship among all jaemben of the University The Immediate pose of the Union to erect abuildingthat will serve as a com- juMaraonai lo inose missoun men aiiu huui eri who served in th recent war The Tower will especiaUycommcmorate those Fifty two mm who rnade ihe supreme sacrifice The Euture V pose of the Union i ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 March 1921

ii In l ltkaEU Vjeit society editor will Sgalt U U Tau n telephone so Tie members of the Sigma Nu fraler Sjill entertain at 7 oclock this eten bj frith an informal dinner dance at the cbpter house Miss Marie Fortner of Uaiieston will be an out of town guest T3e osier guests will be Misses Lucie QifLiRulh Caulhorn Helen Wilkins Uiaf Winters Isabelle Strother Maxine Qffistopher Laura Frances Headon Lot UcCormick Sue Roenbury Gladys Iwoi Mein Land Jane Swafford FJi ziLeth Millet Manorie Harbausli Mar futt Fockler Amelia Palmer Caroline CsXas Ethel Wakefield and Betty John Dean lad Mrs J C Jones 1323 m Iraur are spending a week in Kan M Cny Dean Jones is attending a meet If of the Board of Curators and Mrs JoacjMs visiting Mrs Phillip Toll at her ceaay residence Hillcrest They will WBri Tuesday evening MCand Mrs Patterson Bain Jr fneiej are spending tlie weekend with Mr mi Mrs Patterson Bain Sr nortli flow ThgForeign Students Bible Class gave Py last night at the Alpha Phi e- The class ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 March 1921

I M I u I II II 1 il 1 I 0 n rfi lQ PACZJTfiOS UFE XOEE ABOJiDAJfr Ead if r irttir mtL In Ut r at tr Mrwy taaa itrrr fcr ttart n aMxa 5ti uVr io martuzAi tc tie SrfeMm ieW ifu4 u Ana bj tMHltt imnmm Turf Urfrt dai tW u la li ataesxrt nLwa ia ttrir mts ie rTiey J tbraUBsa trtttxrlt tale iat it tleir 7fMOMa Vttk 4 tfofttirf anon tritk asMBXJenuaiSac Sttria a4 fm IwafeCnr p i - 1 oi Wftb April berr ibe old urine obrald be rbanfed from Im a happy f a lail Ut Im aa bappy ti M dock 1 t EABTER Eatter i ibe aymbol of uprinr Il U tbe lime of all ibe Jttt mmt widely ob terrrd at a rebtioua fettiral by chnrcht tad tecu Il meant ibe awaleninr of lentcn period of fitting and repentance Fatter l the rnlminalion of tl ferror ad eultttiiti wrought In lbe tpirilually niimJed by a period f aUllneitce It I lbe tlimii of the religioo yttt New ibougbtt new feelings new halt new cettane are appropriate 4o Easter becaute 1t I the lime when lbe earth V V C IHE O0LUK8IA EVESLSG 2 tr 4 MISSGURIAN jfcWIoapw B...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 March 1921

1 a i55 FOR SALE Snjle comb white leg- - 1 IOT - IC TJ ft YtM lor SClunfi u o i t rBd iitt fJttCO fa jOJ SALE Twenty acres of land j Ojtom bouse our Diamines ana W trees itWn city limits Thone uortrn or address It 1L Brushwood U T D- 6 J JOR SALE Two cars Buick Six r is new overhauled and repainted 5 Reo l l8sn P meanical FOR SALE If ou are looking for skoae in Colufnbla see us We have t jsu want at price and terms to uHi Smith Catron Realty Co Phone B S 180 ttR LE Dimension lumber sawed to offer at mill or Vrill deliver prices TfeMTCM Ttice phone 15 K T 175 F0KSUE Brand new seven room bjkv strictly up-to-date with every mytaimee r ull sue concrete basement n atnse and separate cold storage Jsjleut of whito camnus at 1417 Bou rlie Bargain for quick sale E A fjJEni 1203 E Broadway Phone 603 g S175 FOR SALE Eccs lor hatcntng irom pie winning single comb Rhode Island Mi Best winter layers AIo place year order now for baby chicks Mrs Jsl N Talor telephone 543 T150 tf LOT FOK SALE Cood b...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 March 1921

I lf ii m i w III I I I Says 1 PACE SIX SUFFERING M POLMDTOLD BY A REFUGEE Rosa Minkow Describes Strict Discipline of Germans and Atrocities of Savage Cossacks AMERICANS PALE FACED Relief Work From United States Has Decreased to a Considerable Ex tent Lately In spite of the suffering we underwent in the war zone the color in oar faces lias not disappeared said Rosa Minlow war rrfugee who brought with tier a youngster sister and Iitttle brother Trom 1olarid tou Americans do not seem to have profiled physically from tlie bcnrBts of a high standard of living and the Iuvuncs easily obtained in jour country lou impress mua worn out cope The Indians certainly Here right hen they called your ancestors pale faco If the Americans judging from the palm of their faces has suffered bat a small portion of what we endured I could not imagine how they would look The hardships we met are indescribable First came the Ccrmans into oar little town Zhabinlta a fortification in Poland They treated m wel...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 March 1921

for Prtl lSgl ad tot4 iau sue of Vard M wee T ra ar n wIdcBi r Joum MeUntS h life y fji Ik I t tond and Baxter Bond the latter a for ft oer president of the student body has given 100 although she has never been a student if the University The highest amount so far subscribed br a Univer j siry woman was 300 pledged by Miss Ruii Levin a member of the junior class Afler the meeting had begun the stu dents in the School of Engineering and the College of Agriculture rushed In from the meeting which was to have been IrHsr t hart but which was abandoned Jeciuse of IJie inability of some of the UK OI town jtpcafceTB lu arrive lur u 1 Yells by the various schools and by tie student body as a -whole together Tilh selections by the University Cadet Eaad filled the mass meeting with en- tauiasm Dean Walter Miller acting president t the University in the absence of Dean Jones was the first speaker and an- aounced that if the memorial were put across there would be no II oclock classes Later it...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 March 1921

t V I 11 H iwr ufc if m hi n fc3 1 1 I 9 T- - PACE TWO WT W J HATCHING OF EARLyGHICKS HAS STARTED Spring Warns Poultry Raisers to Get Ready for the Fall Fairs of This Year FOOD IMPORTANT ITEM Brpoder Should Be Kept at Even Temperature to Keep From Chilling or Over- heating The approach of spring is warning all poultry raisers to ready for early - hatching It warns the chicken breeder to get busy if he would hare a good pro duction of eggs in October and the win ter months for chicks that are batched late will not be ready to lay in the win ter Mason It also warns the poultry fancier that lie must get busy if be would bare bis poultry stock ready for the fall fair this year A period of five to seven months is necessary for a hen to mature so that she will produce the proper amount of eggs It is therefore necessary to start hatching as early as possible to bare the fowls ready for winter produc tion of eggs Net only is it desirable to have early hatchings because of -the egg productio...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 March 1921

i 1 News of Columbia Society Aui Za ITyaU xy eor in appreciate it ij yoa rtii telephone to cittj items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone Zli Why did it have to now on Easter Not lesa than a thousand mouths in Col umbia used this expression one time or another during the day But everyone was happy simply because it was Easter The churches were filled to oierflowing after vihich the motly crowds scattered some persons going to their relatives for a family reunion some walking peace fully homeward and others going to the fraternity or sorority houses for dinner Those at the fraternity houses were Phi Gamma Delta Misses Elizabeth Greimer of Kansas City Eleanor Wood Betty Campbell Gladys Pershing Mary Welch Louise latum Mary Bess Meservey Doro thy Limerick Helen Eisleben Ruth Campbell Katherine Davis Lucille Gross Helen Jordon Frances Dunwoody Laura Frances Headon Norine Randall and Robert Poteet of St Joseph Alpha Tau Omega Misses Lucille Downing Bethel Barrett Dorothy rrendi Madie Lee ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 March 1921

tH f J1 LP1 PACE FOUR I 1HE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by lie Missourian Publishing Associa tion Ine Jay IL Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON MiNacnt SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Week 10 cent single copies cents By mail in Boone County Year 125 i months 175 3 months 90 cents jumth 35 cents Ouvide the county Year KSO 3 months JL23 month 43 cents Payable In advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Enred as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Idiertising and Circulation 55 THE LEGACY The Memorial Building is to be the egacy of a scholastic session to other Sessions Now that the bugle has beeir sounded and the campaign is on its success will depend on the moral sup port of all concerned and its practica bility on the whole hearted backing of the 1920 21 students of the University of Missouri - In addition to its usefulness and moral features as a student jclivity cen ter and as- a monument the Memorial will be the link uniti...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 March 1921

I Phone 55 k CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Oat a Word a Day FOR SALE rnn SALE Well ismoikI farm o t urt nrr fi mile from town de t drably located mostly In grass Well worth ine Auurcsa 11 care mj iai r g fi rnn cTFIm1 eood fullr modern k Umr with 5 laree rooms bath tnd large sleeping porcli concrete base nent garage lot 88x185 paved street Ooe to town and University Possession t once 530 Will carry back 3000 at 6 per cent Carey 4 Frasier phone 519 or 590 vhite C I82 FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs for batching 150 siting f 15 3 and 1 boar Pint Williams 101 Sexton Bead Phone 430 red W 179 FOR SALE Single comb while leg torn eggs for setting LM or 15 8 i hundred Davis DuranL Phone 633 D170tf FOR MLE Twenty acres of land Vila 9 rootn liouse nut buildings and fruit trees within city limits Phone 439 grcen or address R 1L DraJiwood R F D 6 TOR SALE Two cars Buick Six pod as new oveihauled and repainted used Reo at bargain in good mechanical condition F H Hobcrecht II 173lf mP C1I V 1Q9I1 niruUl Ill...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 28 March 1921

WimujmmwtvmaimmtneRjmmuumiif rimBacmximmi - mtu jy JS 11 w i N r v v -V Tc is - - PAGE SIX HOTEL LEDGER TELLS EARLY DAYS HISTORY Old Dog Eared Book of Tavern al Boonville Now in State Historical Society Li brary Here DATES BACK TO 18434 Many Prominent Names Appear Space for Comment Beside Each Served As Newspaper There is an old dog eared look on the ihdtet in the Slate Historical Society hue that reveals much of Jhe life of Mtuearians in pioneer davs With all it romance trials politics and simpleness nf living That book is a hotel register of the city Hotel at Boonville daring the Mars 1843 4 The hotel va one of the first taverns In this part of the state By running through tSa blurred pages one can vision a sturdy pioneer stalking up to the dok with a gun slung over hl shosltier and writing in a crude hand with a quill pen his name how many tenants and horses he has with him where he comes from and where his desti nation is Edward McPherson the proprietor who was evidently one of ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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