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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 May 1921

if xmz i MKL r Jsf 5 t m E -v m lACE FOUR nd iajllkyidia xviuiiiv MI5SOUIJIAN Published eery erenlng except Sun- lay by the Missourian Pablithing A- lahort Inc Jay II Veil mil Col umbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Minacek Ii- SUBSCKlPTlOJi KAlfcS W Gty Casliin adiance Year JtOO 6 months 200 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents single copies 1 5 renin I sif Uy Mail in Hoont County Year 300 -6 months 150 4 months 1100 Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 43 cents Pay able in alliance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News t 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 USING A WAR FUND Four hundred and fifty dollars con- tributcd to a war work fund by the t school children of Columbia before the signing of the armistice Is deposited in a local bank and no one Inown exactly to whom it belongs The Boy Scouts of Columbia want it proposing to de- ote it to the purcliasc or lease of a tract of land for their projected scout cabin or to use i...

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. — 4 May 1921

f4 ns PHONE 55 sph r wtgtmtSBKKSsa rt rv nwiiPffirT 2ajasJcwRrriff a yyhX 1 - w FOfi SALE vesuzrW yp Aaaa This week only Model Bakery EilfsfAlcstt r kerosene range llue and while Alo bicycle 415 S fch it 12 15 black M 20Stf SALE -Fresh pure If interested call homemade SALE Almost new Coles Hot I Blast Utclien range six hole Can bel fcen at Hulelts t23l btore room call i27 white for particulars J2911L FOR SALE Purebred otch Collie ipoM Beautifully marked 801 Locust Phone 1321 W 190tf HEAL ESTATE TOlt SALE Kempster fully modern bungalow full she con BuiM acme baement new garage doe to i FlTiersitv iareil 6treet ideal location j tlflUO Carey Frasier Phone 519 or 1 S90 hite 209 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE 1920 Dodge roadster dmen 9000 miles Telrhpone 305 du ing olRce hours D 206tf FOR e ALE -1918 model Buick Hrst 1 f class condition F 11 Hoberrcht Call 96 -20511 FOR RENT iOR RENT Good garage at 613 j Maryland liace ilume Illi rcd liuaii i fyjf i r J m i 573 green or 2T2 W 208 1010 red...

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. — 4 May 1921

ti m 6 m FMAL RESTING PLACES CHOSEN 2Iore Than 30000 Americans t Will Sleep Forever in France Jt VmteJ Pretu PtMS May 4 More tliantliirty thou nd bodies of American soldier will lie forever in French toil Four bits of Frensh toil hate been chosen as the final irstins places for the bodies four bit of France that xil remain forever America The permanent fields of honor nil be Homagne Belleau f Fitil rttr TlT ami Qn the outskirts of Paris A comminion headed by Cul C C Pieree lias arrived from the United tales and approved the choice of the four permanent cemeteries The com mission which is composed of T M Kendall C M Moore James Grenlejf and Maj George Gibbs architects and nrlits are inpectinz the sites with a viry to recommendations for beautif inp these fields to make them the most Ix auliful buryinf places in Europe The Romagne field will hold the ma jorit of the bodies of men killed n the Argonne fighting 14000 in all the llel leau field on the hillside near lelleiu Wood will cont...

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. — 5 May 1921

w it Hmm i ELEGATIONTO CONFER HERE ABOUT BRIDGE Committee rfoni BoonviIIe Meet Tohiorrow With Commercial Club Directors to IUND IS ALREADY S333000 Because of the short time however be fore the special session of the Legisla ture when tlie state roads to be con structed under the 60000000 bond is sue may be designated it is regarded as imperative that the bridge be completely financed as soon as possible Not many Large subscriptions hate been obtained in the last few das the largest being that of the C J Harris Lumber Co which subscribed 2000 The progress of the campaign was to be the topic for discussion at the regular Chamber of Commerce luncheon in Boon- ville today The question of obtaining the addition al funds needed for the bridge will aoubtless be considered at the confer ee here tomorrow ART EXHIBIT TO BE GIVEN SOON Elementary Work of Schools Will Be Shown at Courthouse An art exhibit comprising work from the elementary grades of the Benton Robert E Lee Jefferson Grant and E...

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. — 5 May 1921

Kp PACE TWO - L COLUMBIA EVENING MfesOtfrUAN THURSDAY MAY 51921 - - i f HI- I Mm r ffv TSK 5 1 H - v- Dont let Mother know this secret May 8th is the day to surprise her with this Brunswick Your Mother has heard no doubt of the Mothers Day Dub but she has no idea whether you are one of the members- But a great many Mothers are wondering We dont intend to gire the secret away here A good many sons and daugh ters now belong o the Mothers Day Club and are preparing to give their Mothers a big surprise Mothers Day Club is a Brunswick idea a happy conception and one youll be delighted with once you come in and learn the details 1 It all centers around a surprise for Mother and an easy way for you to give her that surprise In includes numerous features aside from presenting her with a wonderful Brunswick No ii MoJeltli 112 and a special collec tion of Records To take part in the ad--vantages of Mothers Day Club the first step is to come in and ascertain the details the secrets we cant pub...

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. — 5 May 1921

1 News of Columbia Society Miss Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth Agee lociety editors tali appreciate it if yea trill telephone society items betuecn 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 The cunshinc made strong appeal to day The golf linki are popular the horseback rider go dashing past the tennis courts are filled the hikers pass by ilh their knap sacks on their backs and picnic parties are numerous Never theless even with the beautiful out doors calling the charm of being out side is easily foregone by some for a few hours so they may attend a tea a bridge part a luncheon or any informal af fair Mrs Ned Gordon Vest Broadway and Cest boulevard entertained at 630 oclock last evening with a surprise birth day party for her husband A huge angel food cake was placed on the table dec orated with candles pink roses in a tall vase forming the centerpiece A pink and white color scheme as carried out in the ice cream and cake The guests were Dr and Mrs L S Backus Mr and Mrs Carl J Bruce Mr and Mrs ...

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. — 5 May 1921

CE FOUR - IE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN ublished every evening except Sun by the Missourian Publishing As- cialion Inc Jay H Netf HaL Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaceb sunscniPTioN rates City Cash-in-advance Year 100 6 norths Z00 3 month 1100 ft Ry tlie week 10 cents single copies Mb rents By Mail in Duone County Year 300 1 6 inonllis 150 4 months 100 Outsitle the county Year 150 3 months 125j month 43 cents Pay Lable in advance 1 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class malt matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 THROWING MONEY AWAY Oil is not to be found everywhere Whether j Is Jo be found in Boone County or not should be made a matter of investigation before investment w Ccologists trll us that to give a chance for striking oil in paving quan tities four llungs are necessary Beds wot rock porous enough to contain oil lbcds so arranged as to trap considerable quantities of oil In small areas rocks above the oil which are dense enough to...

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. — 5 May 1921

FOR RENT 1 VS8fc FOR RENT Strictly modern apart ment 6 rooms well located Address W care cf Miunan 211 FOR RENT -Good garage at 613 Maryland Place Phone 1127 red R 208tf FOR RENT Rooms and apartments for students clerks or others Comcni eel to kmversity and business district 603 Elm Phone lilOgiren S205lf FOR RENT Carage at 1402 Bass call at house or phone 527 white M98tf AGENTS WANTED Men and wom en pleasant work short bou s Hustlers can male guod mcy Call at 207 Cui tar Bldg S 206tf WANTED Ofiee gill capable of keeping simple set of books must know how to take rare of customers who call at oHice or on phone Steady position for girl willing to learn Address Box Q Missourian Q 198tf WANTED Men lor Detedire Work Experience unnecessary Write J Canor former U S Covt Deteclire Su Louis Mo S 18Itf WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT Two or three furnished rooms for light housekeeping Address C care Missourian 209 WANTED TO RENT For summer or for jear 4 or 5 room furnished apart- ment Westwood ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 5 May 1921

8- afira 3fT ummsmms Sage six wfeVii MOTHERS DAY SERVICES TO BE HELD HERE Churches Han Special Pro- it V grams for Next Sunday rvi r in uusciyuiiuu ui Custom k IS NATIONAL MOVEMENT -Custom Was Begun by ucipnia woman m ivuo -Indorsed Later 1 Congress I lettering the mothers of the Nation nett Sunday set aside as Mothers Da wSl be observed throughout the United States In Columbia special services have been planned by most of tliechurchc Serttram on Mother special music and sfweiat prajcrs will mate up the religi ons observances of the Ua letters home will also be in order Swh and daughters will send letters card and messages to mothers at home ami red carnations the emblem or the Iiriof and white the emblem for the dm will be worn next Sundav WOVLMF T BtCLN IN 1903 When Mist Anna Jarvis Vho in 1903 fnwdgd in Philadelphia an organiza liwi now known as the Mothers Day In tnnational Association it was not even remoter anlicipaied tliat the object of tbe association would receive the in f...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 May 1921

DECIDE ABOUT REFERENDUM paimian Sapp Calls Meeting of Part in Boone County for 10 Oclock To- morrow JIEET IN COURTHOUSE j Wants Expression by Voters Regarding General Vote -on Ellis Passed by Last Legislature A merlins of the Democrats of Boone ituitr has been oiled bv G D Sarn taairman of ibe Democratic County Com- nutee f cr 10 clock tomorrow morning 3 Judge H A Colliers office at the house The advisability of iiog referendum petitions in Boone memity will be discussed UEA1I Democrats interested in the refer endum petitions are asVed to come since - j r an cxprcr i ii is waiuc u uuui pan lers a to whether the petitions should Recirculated The referendum petitions would call Mt a vote of the people on the following tills passed at the lat session of the Leg jtlature the bill redisricting the judi cial circuits of Missouri the bill amend ne the State Prison Board law the bill creating a Department of Labor in the late the bill abolishing the mee ol ml insneclor the bill abolishinc t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 May 1921

IS mf 1 2- if St w 3u f f PACE TWO Future Stephens College Students Take No Chances On Being Too Late For Registration I pi 111 A r - r i il j i uMH If f iftfciiMth T TrFlE in w swbswsiss i 1 - - -v f - -v t - ngM lillW I Icll top Jo botlon Ao 1 ilthea Elizabeth Vtaitr 1610 Vest Park Amur Chicago HI Daughter oj Mr and Mrs W K Wrcttr Enrolled for 1933 Ao 2 Lois I irginia Bailey Ottumica Iowa Daughter cf Mr and Mrs 11 F Bmley Errolled for 1933- Ao 3 Phyllis Meryl Simpson Columbia Missouri Daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Siapsoi Enrolled for 1935 Ao 4 Florence Miriam Gtddum Columbia Missouri Dpughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Gaddum Enrolled for 1936 Center lep to bottom Ao 5 Vera Jane Poicell St Jsmet Missouri Daighter of Mr and Mrs W II Powell ZmoHtd for 1933 Ao 6 Alice Ann Speer St Louis Mo daughter of Mr and Mrs Boyd Speer Enrolled for 1936 e 7 Mary Mitrpjael Deicolf Brcymer Missouri Daugher of Mr and Mrs Oscar Dciolf Enrolled for 1936 Right top to bottom Ao 8 Bettie Jean Flynn 4023 Eucl...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 May 1921

News of Columbia Society lilta Oueen Smith and Miss Elizabeth I Aire society editors trill appreciate it if lm lrleDlume society items betureen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 f 1- c P VW B impn oral ui we spring icrm Xi1 l riven tomorrow etening at the I By i ci Pencil will entertain ttith a dance in ksr of tb i0 bere or le nnI Sue Hiih School I rack and field iMeet 2 Jn ill Lenin at 9 oclock and an liJrt piece orchestra U1 furnish the mu B ISrht refreshments iU he med JM of the iinB bigh bool athletes fcal be Mr Margaret Chamherlain Miss vLret Miller and Mrs Z G CIen Kj llCMK may u - pjos or at Harris t n A iAPPt t t m arrived yesterday to spend a few b with Mr and Mrs W T Ander it 705 Vest Broadway IE D HecVert of Birmingham Ala is i mt of Mr and Mrs A J Dnrant tOJle aenue He will be here Ktonttwo 6 7f llj M XT K tltn ill live mjur aBu mo -- the home of Prof Jonas Viles 513 Jk41inl street during uie summer inumiis The Knior class of Columbia High n - if f1n liv tvrrcises Jtoooi w f...

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. — 6 May 1921

fsssssssfltssssraRsKrcsSinKSF KF x 7- g pACE four COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN FRIDAY MAY 6 1921 P rTHE COLUMBIA EVENING How thaLgarden plot looks when you started to spadeit and when you are HALLSVILLE NEWS It HE MISSOURIAN only half through i - iR PnMilifL Trv rvmtnff evrenr Sun V I Mrs Leslie Faueett was shonDinp in B Uy by li Missourian Publishing As- J JV 4 f iV V cx X Columbia Tuesday r aociatioi Jay H Nelf HaU Co- K V- JSS JV T- ft MrOrNTnedhoefron ST ljltJUw llffll K R- C Porlwd went to Si LoUi I K SUBSCRIPTION HATES f S Wednesday - Gty CshindTnce Year 400 6 fe I jSJfSk raonths 100 3 months 100 DGH iKi gSPA Hp SfT jj -V Miss Cwendoln Mitel ell gave a wee- Bf By the week 10 cents single copies E f XfV5lfi3fc IL- TVS tZZZtffifflk M Irii nie roast for her puids Wednesday-after- IsssMT e LM ikrETNi dtsntiiUliU - srA I I III jr t LiiJWnrZvAiltlVm imHi Hi - By Ml in Boone County Year 300 JOT PIH AN WlmMdlWJlf lW AP K 6 months LS0 4 months 100 aW4fth tH WtitftTO J L i J j Ms- J II B...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 May 1921

i l Pkone 55 s I i CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE FOR SLE Hundred pound flour lids Ten cents each or one dollar a Asea This eek fr del Bakery FOR SALE Four burner blue flame Alcazar kerosene range blue and wluje AUo bicycle 415 S 6th St Kne 1245 blsck M 205tf FOR SLE Fresh pure oodles If interested call REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SLE Eight room strictly mod em home in Ucstmount beautiful cast front lot 90x200 feet A bargain at 7000 Terms if desired If you want a home dont fail to e us Smith Citron Realty Co Exchange National Bank Bids Phone 27 213 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SLE 1920 Dodge roadster omen 9000 miles Telchpone 305 dur ing oSce hours D 206lf FOR s LE 1918 roedel Buick First- dass condition F II Hobcrecht Call 96 FOR RENT FOR IENT Slrirtl ramlern apart ment 6 rooms well located Address W care of li wurian 211 FOR RENT Good garage at 613 Maryland Place Phone 1127 rcl R308lf FORWENT Carage at 1102 Bass call at house or phone 527 whitc J 198tf FOR RENT Apartmen...

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. — 6 May 1921

3 42 Si y I 4 - PACE BIX HIGH SCHOOL TO DEBATE Seventh Annual Contest to Decide State Championship Lancaster and Carthage high tcliools Will contend for Hate debating honors vhen their rcprcK ntativre match elo quence and convincing powers in lite Uni versity Auditorium at 730 oclock to morrow night Neither of these schools hate previously lxren 6rst in debating in the seen ears during which sucli con tests liac been held in Missouri William Dlankensliip and KirLie Bry an wnl represent Cartilage and Aaron Belts and Ivalee Welsh Lancaster High School Out of this four will be selected the best individual debater who will be awarded a scholarship to the University The question which has been debated bv all the high schools in the various divi sions is liesolved that a federal law providing for compulsory arbitration be tween cmnluver and eraplove is wise ami fewlble Tlie first contest of the Debating League which is at the present time com posed of eighty first class high schools was h...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 May 1921

jurm MQAQ AfPlTC UilU JLiJJXUU DSE TODAYS MEETTOMU Missouri Takes Meet by Score r0f79i to 341ij Aggies Were Not Well-Bal- anced Team AtLAGHER TIES RECORD H Williams Is the Individual i Star for the Tigers son Does Well for Aggies Missouri track team in its first Mtdoor exploit more than doubled the Sire of in opponents the Kansas Aggies ne fiasl count was 79 for the Tigers 3Hi for the Manhattan athletes The aggregation wtucn uoacn nacnman Ersughi to Columbia was not a tram the Aggies being weak in fft field events In the three weight IfStnt Tiger performers swept the bards taking eight points in each match Jfflie Old Cold and Black swept to the fere with first place in eleven of fifteen ifjcheduled event Simpsons men engi 1 sewed clean sweeps in six events I - A large crowd of high school athletes Jl reaches attended the meet and de- ST lw HMthn conditions were able to iffless several events in which record Mat was registered Kla tie first race on the program the lWr AA Gallacher of...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 May 1921

i fi ft r s 4 i tv K - MCE TWO A PUBLICATION BY VOCATIONAL MEN PLANNED J Allen of Federal Board Would Make School of Journalism Center for Plan SERVE 5279 STUDENTS Purpose to Ketlp Interest in Government Training by Printing Students Success Plan ff r a publication wliicb is to le detotrj to the interest of the VDcation at sudcnH of this district were pre sented to tlie vocational students in the School of Journalism of the University etTtli afternoon bj E J All en who i connected with the Federal Board of Vocational Education of this district Tlie iLblicatin is to sene 5279 oca iMlial men now in training throughout the district which is fumimsril of Mi- tuii Kansas Nebraska and Iowa Tlie publication will recriie cloe co operation from the district board but it is to be financiall elf supporting As jet definite plans ht its management rnd oilier details regarding the Iaper remain unsettled Mr Allen said that its purpose tould 1 to sene as a link between the voca tional students 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. — 7 May 1921

ft News of Columbia Society If CmTtl mJ m I- 1JM yrUIbr kMMf Uft IIIMI UVCrt jce tociety editors itill appreciate it if j cm ttiW trie phone society items between 9 tnf J2 oclock Telephone 274 Mrs I- E- Hill 109 Broadway enter tiined tins afternoon with a line party at the Columbia Theater for Mrs Everett Manning of Tulsa Okla who is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs A J Estes 407 Ilitt street and Mrs Lewis JCnudson of IttuKJ N Y who is visiting her mother Mrs 3tosa Ingels 1504 East Broad After the performance re freshments were strved at the home of the hostess The orHer guests were Mrs J M Estes Mrs IV V Vandiver Mm Joe Harris Miss Enima Crawford Miu Mary Cauthorn Mrt Ben Nowell Jr Mrs John Nowell Mrs R L Hill Miss Mry Jre Hill Mis Morris Dinwid die Mrs Turner OLiVscales Mrs Rns Kl Cbnkscales Mrs Vason Belcher Mrs Will Smith Miss Lucfle Rucker Miss Juliet Moss Mrs Rayivond Martin and Miss Kitt Kerr of Paris Mo who is the guest of Mrs Lewis Knudsqn Miss Cecil Stone 1310 Rosemary ...

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. — 7 May 1921

mar m R PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING V MISSOURIAN- PnblisheNevery evening except Sun ay by the Missourian Publishing As sociation Inc Jay ISctf Hall tirabia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacw SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Year 400 6 months J2X0 3 months 100 Ry tlie week 10 rents single copies o rents Ry Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outride the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 43 cents Pay able in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS IN ens 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 tl nnirivp nifn ii tiio finiivnn El tllSJVIVliSU tfllXl SUA f iIlMtllO f4 A benefit for the farmer and for Col sf umbia is tlie appointment by the Com mercial Club of a marketing committee for farmers BSI t The plan for a marketing service will help tlie farmer where he mt needs tcf r cln As a producer he is efficient He puts in long hours lie has learned to c adapt the latest discoveries of science to i his use but he lias not con...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 7 May 1921

i II phone 55 i sv iti Phone 1245 black ing office hours LOST CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE FOR SALE Fresh pure t candies If interested call Mill lake jxaj or smaii muse 1 tthteides Phone 272 211 FOR SLE One of the best 8 room houses in Columbia close in Price 1 light heathen Whiteside Phone Z12 211 D 206tf FOR SALE 1918 model Buick First- clan condition F II Hoherecht Call t 96 - 205tf 1 t FORvJIENT FOR RENT Strictly modem apart- i ment 6 rooms well located Address t C 193lf SITUATION WANTED near Academic Hall Under please re turn to 1002 Unhersity A or call 1235 gretiuand receiie reviank C 204tf LOST Somewhere on Ninth St a check endorsed by Rcta Rutledge Find er please call 904 191tf MISCELLANEOUS ANDY Making Business Start at l me Ei er thing fiirnishetl Men wrmen 30 weekly Bon Bon Co Philadelphia 1 -239 wANTED To hear from ovinere hav ing faim for sale State cash price and full description John j Black Missouri ft Chiprwa Falls Wisconsin 215 WNTED TO BUY Hous...

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