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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 July 1918

f-i i THE ETEJflSG MISSOURIAN, THUKSDAT, JULY 11, 1918. Page Two Hfc s , THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every eTenlng except Sunday br The Ulssourian Aasoclatlon, Incorpo rated. Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bias, "own italrs. Phones: Business, 65; Kewi. 374. National Adrertlalng "Representative: Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Filth Avenue BIdg, New York; Peoplea Gas Bide. Chicago. The Associated Tress la ezcluslrely en titled to the use for republication of all newa dispatches credited to It or not stherwlse credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Entered as second-class, mall matter. City: rear, $3.75; 3 months, $1.00: month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County; ear, &25; 6 months, L75; 3 months, 90 cents. Ontslde the county: lear, JtSO; 3 months, L25; month, 43 cents. round. If one be a genius bis pen manshlp will enable him to get by with that which the lesser lights might deem worthless. TheXondon" Morning Post offers no other excuse for publishing...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 July 1918

II l ' THE ETSNlNft MISSQURIAN, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1918. ' Page g "' " ' - SSI ITAVn VWTfOTi limmn imIVmmk I .. I ' 3f ! --)i''fr' J .P"?:.' w noru cat arau Doaras ordering the cessation "7 - -- 6 xvo j aKil- ' 31 ?k ff".w.;51v Tho Amin ta -., hi .. i ... . "Star. na Score 5 to 3, Says Official Scorekeeper; 6 to 3, Say Spectators. R. GAME LACKS "PEP" Two "Bachelors" Change Sides When Benedicts Learn They Have Wives. Twilight league Standing. W. L. Pet Faculty 3 1 .750 Soldiers 2 2 .500 Business Benedicts 2 2 .500 Business Bachelors 2 3 .400 Students 1 2 333 The Business Benedicts defeated the Business Bachelors last night on Rol lins Field by the score of 5 to 3, ac cording to "Si" Mason, official score keeper, although many In the grand stand stoutly contend that it was 6 to 3, due to the. fact that "Si" was so busy determining whether the players were single or "double" that he omitted chalking up a tally for Joe Estes. It was a slow game. "Hank" Fowler and Koch, who came out to p...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 July 1918

'Vff-i V- f ,, r THE EVENING 3IISS0UBIAN, THUBSDAT, JULY 11, 1918. Pago Four PERSONAL NOTES Miss Margaret Flowers or Sedalla returned to her home last night af r visiting Miss Frances Gray. Mrs. Turner McBalne will give a lawn Dartr at 8 o'clock tomorrow night for the Y. W. C. A. and the stu dents of the Summer Session. A musi cal program will be given, followed by games and stuitfs., Miss Frances Bright entertained with a card party yesterday afternoon. There were three tables of bridge. FOOD QUESTIONS ANSTVEHEP Mrs. M. B. Hammond of Columbus, Ohio, Is vl3iting Mrs. R H Gray. to Jefferson J. T. Mitchejl went CUy on business today. Mrs. C. B. Miller gave a small luncheori today for Mrs. F. C. Mitchell of Kansas City. Miss Pet Tucker is visiting Mrs. Emma K. Parsons at 213 Thilly ave nue. She was graduated from the Uni versity in 1917 and has been teaching at the Westboro High School. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Xeate and sons, "William and Sydney, motored to Paris today to visit Mrs. Neate's...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 July 1918

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF THE-ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 12, 1918. NUMBER 21S 1 r 4 I XI NONE BUT FARMERS . IN JULY 22 QUOTA Thirty-One More Boone Countians Will Go Into Training at Funston. 28 NAMES CHOSEN Additional Men to Be Picked From Those Report ing July 16. Names of twenty-eight of the men picked to answer the July 22 draft call were announced today by the lo cal board. The call was originally for twenty-eight men, but the number has since been increased to thirty one. The three additional men will be chosen from those who are left over from the list picked for the July 16 call, which Is for forty-nine men. All the men in the July 22 call are from farms. The contingent will go to Camp Funston. The men so far chosen are as fol lows, the last three being alternates: Robert Brawley Berry, Hallsvllle. (Wesley Rice, Roeheport. William Banton Street, Sturgeon. lOwen C. Brown, Roeheport Curtis Baumgartner, R. P. D.. Co lumbia. James ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 July 1918

THE E7EN1KG MISSOURIAy, FMD AY, JULT 12, 1913. Page Ttto THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Pubiabed every evening except Sunday by The Mluocrlan Aisoclation, Incorpo rated, Colombia, Mo. Vlrglnl Bid. Down stairs. Fbonei: Business, 65; Kews, 274. National Advertising Representative: Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Fifth ATenne Bldf, New Vork; People Gas Bldg. Chicago. The Associated Press la exclnslrely en mipd fo the use for reDnbllcatloD of all news dispatches credited to It or not therwlse credited In thU paper and alio the local rewa pnblianea Herein. Entered aa aecond-clata mall matter. to be Just as- thick, make it impossible to go far without seeing the sign of the house of Ford. Food Hint for Today V Citr; War. I3.T5; 3 month, 40 ceata; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone Count;; lear, SXi5; 8 montns, 11.75; 3 montha, 80 cents. Ontalde the county: lear. t5U; 3 montha, SLZ5; month, 45 centa. GERJLAXr IN THE LEAGUE Earl Curzon, government leader in the British House of Lords, said in re gard to the p...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 July 1918

1k 1 HAWAIIAN SINGERS AND PLAYERS COMING HERE issssPWlllir -JissssBwP' "rl HB islsssssssssHH i,i " mJBKWi,-. vkr vssssssssssssssssB' ff . " Isssssssk IsssV 'v.-. .Issss TT llssssssssssssssssHb va ,1 "S Hi 4CW &K .ssssssssssssssr aJr V. bssssssssssss ". T filissss? i M sssssssssrfeN ' dfl; nntait 1 .-Srv:iSisHP A(t -"Mfe "W"ff iTSm- K i'HFii 1H iiii"F JW' I In i P1B ii ' rfilWadB -WJ i mi zmmmmm:immmxr mm-. i3KaaH!i rsKiiiHHiiiiim - i: ijiHBfi I j 7 sssgmAimnmi lmi K?iraffiiB ,1S -P iilnHlH -TiTMilT :K3 T '!iBSc-TL HililHMrr-railHHI Ntat-i..w.CT, A m...:.". , i. o - - - - - y "' "" " 'DOWT -NEGLECT SCHOOL , CLAXTdN ADVISES YOUTHS Vierra's Royal Hawalians will ap pear on the Chautauqua program here July 25-30. VIerra and his company are native Hawalians and are said to be the best-known company of Ha waiian singers and players. "They will give two programs on the fourth day of the Chautauqua. Mark Twain felt the charm of Ha waiian music interpreted by native singers and players. A...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 July 1918

' ff x THE EYEX1KG MISSOUBIAN, FBID AY, JULY 12, 191S.S Page Pour K-sf DE DCRATIC AT STAKE SflfSLiDEB University Dean Lectures on t War at University As sembly Today. "I firmly believe .that the democratic Institutions of the United States are at stake today, and tfiat if Germany wins this war, the German people can never be taught the error of their ways. It Is for us to win so that we may teach them that German militarism does not pay," said Dean Isidor Loeb this morn ing, speaking in the University Audi torium on the subject, "Democracy and the War." His address was the first of a series of three lectures to be given within the next two weeks on war subjects. Germany and Democracy. "Although democratic ideals today have spread all over-Europe and even into Japan," said Dean Loeb. "there is still one country where they have been unable to make complete headway; there is still one country which stands for the medieval idea of autocracy and opposes the modern idea of democ racy. Whe...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 July 1918

"f tSJs.C"' isry THE EVENING MISSOURIAN MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1918. NUMBER 256 PT- I 3U.S. A I CORP ORGANIZED ABROAD Troops Overseas or on the Way Plave Passed the 1,100,000 Mark. GOING ACROSS FAST Missouri and Kansas Na tional Guards Included in Second Corps. By Associated rreu. WASHINGTON, July 13. American troops overseas or on shipboard going over have passed the 1,100,000 mark, General March, chief of staff, an nounced today to the Senate Military Committee. This is an increase of 90,000 since last week. Three American Army corps num bering from 225,000 to 250,000 have (been definitely organized from Ameri can divisions in France, General March announced. Major General Hunter Liggett ha-3 been detailed tem porarily to command the first Army Colrps, and the commanders for the second and third have not yet been designated. The Thirty-Fifth National Guards (Kansas and Missouri troops) com manded by Major General Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 July 1918

f ..It' r h w tageirti THE EVENING MISSOURIAN; SATFRDAT, JULY 13, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN PablUbed every evening except Sunday by The Ulssourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Colombia, Mo, Virginia Bldg. Down italrs. Fbonei: Bailnen, 63; Newf, 174. National Advertising Representative: Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Fifth Avenue Bldg, New l'ork; Feoplea Gas Bids. Chicago. The Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to tbe nse for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not thervrlse credited in tbls paper and also tbe local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. tlflcates. This is said to be due to the (act that the residents of Potsdam, like its European namesake, are Ger man, either by birth or descent. Pos sibly. But more probably the reason is the ignorance of the Inhabitants of this Missouri town as to the work of these organizations. Ignorance is most apathetic D'ARCY AGAIN HEADS AD MEN City: 1'ear, J3.75; 3 months $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 July 1918

' I ' js '" I . .THE EVEXIXG JHSSOUKIAJT, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1918. ""3 I - Page Three t V .ft . i STUDENTS DEFEAT PROFESSORS, 5 T0 1 Errors Partly Responsible for Downfall of League Leaders. PITCHERS DO WELL Catches by Norvell and Mil ler Features of Inter esting Game. Twilight League Standing. W. L. Pet. Faculty 3 2 .600 Scldlere 2 2 .500 Business Benedicts 2 2 .500 Students 2 2 .500 Business Bachelors 2 3 .400 HE WILL SHOW AFRICAN TROPHIES In a pitcher's duel between Pittam and Beck, roommates, Medics and well-known Tiger athletes, the Sum mer Students defeated the Profs 5 to 1 in an interesting game on Rollins Field last night Costly errors helped to defeat the league leaders. Pittam, with his speed, .and Beck, with flnei control, both pitched a good game of ball. Pittam had eleven strike-outs to his credit; Beck had nine'. Beck1 had the better support and won the! game. Pittam, jMlllei .N'orvell and Lester played well for the 'Profs. The features of the game were the remarkable ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 13 July 1918

.' 'i r THE EVENING 3USS0DRIAN, SATU RDAY, JULY 13, 1918. Page Font ?&$&'& - ft I hi tt PROSPECT FOR CORN BETTERJAI IN 1817 Boone's Acreage 99,990, and Condition of Crop Is 94 Per Cent. REPORT FOR STATE Oats Deteriorated During June Garden Injured by Drought. The Missouri crop report fbr July, issued jointly by E. A. Logan, field agent of the United States Bureau ot Crop Estimates, and Jewell Mayes, secretary ot the State Board of Agri culture, shows corn prospects more promising than last year. Corn con dition is 91, against SS last month, 87 in July, 1917, and S? average. The Indicated production is 225,022,000 bushels, against 222,442,000 last July, and the average yield of 171,046,000. In Boone County the corn acreage this year Is 99,990 acres. In 94 per cent of normal condition Other crops in the county are as follows: Pota toes, So per cent; oats, SS; apples 63; hay, 73; pasture, 84. The Missouri corn crop is growing upon 7,272,850 acres, against 7,200,000 acres in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 July 1918

&HgGNP7&' ,,f 'mrT-ysi THE EVENING MISSOURIAN es He be MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ! . TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 15, 1918. NUMBER 257 (:lHIIBwPSWBHBBBHiHHBBHWHBiHWWsWl: wTPs?5PPIiPWF7'3PBP? - -- - j ' ' ' . Iff - . -m TS. 8 I BOONE COUNTY ILL GETS LICENSE ICK Period of MonthYRevocation EndsWheat Coming in Steadily. BIG CARS SENT HERE W. T. Anderson Estimates Boone's Wheat as Worth $1,100,000. The period of revocation of the li cense of the Boone County -Milling and Elevator Company, imposed June 15 by the United States Food Administra tion because the company sold ship stuff at a price higher than that set by the administration, expired today, and the license was reissued through the State Food Administration. W. T. Anderson, president of the company, said that the mill 'would not be opened for the purpose of grinding grain until next week, on account of extensive repairs that are .being made to increase the efficiency pf the mil', so that the em...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 July 1918

Page Ttto THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, MOM AT, JULY 15, 1918. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published eyerj eTenlng except Sunday by The Mlssoarl,n Association, Incorpo rated, columDia, juo. (irtuui nui- ""Z?. talrs. Phones: Business, B5; fiews. u. WAR'S FINANCIAL SIDE National AdTertlslng- Eepresentatlre: Uarpenur-scneerer to- "'", ":",i?v.v,' New Tork; Peoples Gas Bldg- Chicago. l. m i-.4 t.. ! ATflnfilrelv en titled to the use for republication or all news mspaicnes cremieu iu r stherwlse credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. City: Year, S3.75; 3 months. 11.00: month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year. t3JS; 6 monUii, S1.75; 3 months, 80 cents. Outside the county: Year, S4J50; 3 months, IL25; month, 43 cents. "SLUT" CHANCES "Great as the danger and large as the losses In the aggregate, the Indi vidual soldier has plenty of chances of conlng out of the war unscathed, or at least not tadly Injured," de Clares ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 July 1918

Ik i if -,v Will Make Every Effort to Cause Dissension Between Britain and U. S. WILSON IS ABUSED Government Tries to Dis credit Figures on Ameri can Troops Overseas. Bj- K. Walter. LONDON'. July 12. The German government is bolstering up public opinion to stand the shock or the nest great battle and it seems to be having nard time doing so. The resignation of Kuehlmann and the appointment of $n intriguing reactionary in his place are part of the process. Looking through the German papers it is evi dent that (there are two principal causes for this effort; one is the growing knowledge in Germany of the intimate relations -being established between all the English speaking na tions. Quite apart from America's military contribution to the war, which is the other cause for alarm, German reactionaries now show that what they fear most, as an obstacle to the ag- i.i gressive pians 01 xneir worm poncy ailer ue war, is me lureai ui aiikiu Saxon unity, and particularly the con tinued cooper...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 15 July 1918

THE EVENING MISSOUBIAN, MONDAY, JULY 15, 191S. Page Four IN ON B5-MILE FRONT (Continued from Page One) which would protect their right flank 'in a further advance southward. The feeling in London on the situ ation Is that the developments a quite satisfactory. THE CALENDAR, July July July FRENCH FIRM IN DEFEXSE Vigorous Resistance Made, Paris lVar Office Announces. Bj Associated Press. PARIS, July 15. The new offensive by the Germans was begun last night in the region between Reims and the Argonne. The struggle is proceeding along a front of approximately fifteen miles. On the front between Chateau Thierry and the Alaln-de-MassIges, the Germans attacked this morning, the War Office announcesT The French are meeting the shock of the enemy attack with energy and vigor, and the battle continues. ALLIES CAPTURE RUSSIAN TOWN Russian Foreign Minister Protests Against Action to Great Britain. By Associated Press. LONDON, July 15. American and British troos have occupied the whole of the Mu...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 July 1918

Ionel Harry Taste -S in IIHIII12 VI r? 5 i -! THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH' YEAR MEMBER OFTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLUMBIaTmISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1918. HATH REPLY go SPEECH BY-FOLK t Senator Declares His Op- ponent Tried to Raise " . a False Issue. ATTACKS NEWSPAPER Says St. Louis Republic Ap proved rohcy 1 hat It Later Opposed. Speaking to a large crowd of men and Tromen In the Circuit Court room today. Senator X. P. Wllfley replied to his opponent, former Governor Joseph W. Folk, who made an address from the same platform two weeks ago to day. Folk bad laid stress on the "peace telegram" sent to the President on March 8. 1917, by WHfley and others. The telegram was published In an editorial of the St. Louis Republic, In which, according to Senator Wllfley, w the Republic also questioned his Amer icanism. Senator Wllfley accused Folk of misconstruction, and of reading only a part of the telegram, in an attempt to show that Wllfley condoned the at rocltles of the Germans. ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 July 1918

fiWgrfJ? isn; I l bsKT' Rl. If I ssnrV B5 SBS Bit If ? K Page Tno H THE EVENING MISSOURIAN j B Published erery evening except Sunday i El br The MIssourlsn Association, Incorpo- - f rated, ColumbU, Mo. Tlrgisla Bide. Dowa- K italrs. Phones: Business, 85; News, Hi. Nations! AdTertUIne Representative: ri-rwnrpr.R-hmrr Co.. Fifth Avenue Blag. New Xork; Peoples Oil Bids. Cnlcaso. The Associated Press Ii exclusively en titled to the us for republication of all sews dispatches credited to It or not stbenrlse credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Entered as second-class mall matter. City: Tear, $3.75; 3 months, 11.00; month. 40 cents; copy, 2 cents, ily mall In buune County; lear, S&23; 6 months, $1.75; J months, W cents. Outside the county: lear, S4.50; 3 months, JUS; month, 43 cents. AMERICA'S GREATEST ASSET The strength of our nation tomor row depends upon the proper training of our children today. They are our greatest asset "Our present situation require...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 July 1918

r-wg.. l"m i wrr" yy .jjB- -- fgr, . fl V j. ar ? MARTIN OF SOLDIERS ALLOWSBUTONEHIT Business Benedicts Beaten by Army Team by Score of 5 to 2. MANY STRIKE OUT Darkness Favors Pitchers in Last Two Innings " 450 See Contest. Twilight League Standing. W. L. Pet Faculty 3 2 .600 Soldiers 3 2 .600 Students 4 2 2 .500 Business Benedicts 2 3 .400 Business Eachelors 2 3 .400 The Soldiers won over the Bene dicts In the game of the Twilight .League last night by a score of 5 to 2. The name, "Twilight League" proved Its merits last night when the early darkness blurred the spinning sphere, , and the spectators all started to leave at the end. of the sixth inning, think ing that the game was over. Mostly because of the dimness of things there were ten outs in succession in the sixth and seventh Innings, six of which were strike-outs. About 450 people attended the game, most of them Soldiers. The Soldiers always have the advantage of suppoct over their opponents, because compul sory -baseball a...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 16 July 1918

THE EYEXLXQ MISSOURlAX, TUES PAY, JULY 16, 1918. Page Four i m Warrensburg Clnb to Meet. H. A. Phillips, head of the depart ment of agriculture and physiography of the Warrensbure State Normal School, will address the members of the Warrensburg Normal School Club of the University at 5 o'clock next Saturday afternoon on Dean P. B. Mumford's lawn, where the annual picnic of the club will be held. The members of the club are requested to meet on the south steps of Academic Hall at 4:30 o'clock to go to the picnic ground. Major C. 31. Gordon Here. Major C. M. Gordon, who succeeds Major Wallace Craigle as professor of military science and tactics in the University, arrived in Columbia yes terday from the Officers' Training Camp at Fort Sheridan. He will take charge of the military company or the Summer Session. Major Craigle was ordered by the War Department to re port at Washington University to take charge of military science and tactics there. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Ilunton Here. M. D. H...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 July 1918

;JW'"1WW3 -KT V" fPSSl.; -SSTr"5 -f THE EVENING MISSOURIAN store ased, ' and days, store MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1918. NUMBER 259 PLtSSISBHEP t "yiflr ' tBWH per oura. ire. Sold. rets.) Will" al of ctlon will on a d the and Utory .& A. illllU. iiiinr- iinu: 1 I 5 'fc S ! Hf iimiE GUARDS WILL ENTER E OP STATE At Least Two Companies to Be Mustered In Each Must Have 50 Men. DRILL HOURS FIXED Company A to Have Smoker Tonight at the Daniel Boone Tavern. As soon as possible, the Home Guards of Columbia will muster at least two companies into state service. Members of the Home Guards have no military status and are not allowed to wearj the uniform until they have been , sworn in. At least fifty men must be long to each company organized in state service. Each member must take the oath and sign an application blank. The legal limit for membership in the Home Guards is 50 years, but Lieu tenant I. C. Adams says information...

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