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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 6 June 1921

H t b K AFStjR CTHE COLUMBIA EVENING MISS0URIAN Published every erening except Sun- day by the Missourian Publishing As aociation Inc Jay H Neff HalL Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maiac SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance Yrar 100 6 aionlhs J200 3 months JUQ By the week JO cents single copies rents a By Mail in Boone County Year 300 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the courtly Year 150 3 oonths 125 month 45 cent Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered ai second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Grculalios 55 A SLIPSHOD STATUTE A new immigration law went into ef fect in the United Satc Frida By its provitions immigration in an one year is limited to 3 per cent of the total number of Immigrants now in this cnun ry The limitation is by races so that if each race onl 3 per cent of the num ber now here can be admitted Under his law 355461 Immigrants can enter the United States in the next twelve months The statute is an emergenc m...

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. — 6 June 1921

904 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day j phone 55 Phone S3 FOR SALE JOR SLE Upright piano also 1918 Chevrolet car Colli in good condition Cin be seen at 707 Maryland Place 1136 WW ron SALE Ideal fas range good tsodition Iniversal clothes wringer TWJJ37 black X 238 FOR SALE Good 6 room fully mt home hardwood floors full sue base- unit large Ped street South side do to Imversity trice o2Sv IfrjaFrasier Phone 519 231 FOR SLC Golf outfit consisting of iltf nudirun and putter Has been used Tilxnit a month Ualt Oeorge Ml 232tf n cur n i fr run if wc iai ope office chair Mrs J E Wright 412 S 9th St Phone 638 black G 228tf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE TnR 5LE 1918 model Buict First- diss condition F II Hoberccht Call 96 FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished two room ipartraent for light housekeeping also sleeping rooms 589 YiU uroaqway FOR RENT Carage at fcCS Conley Are Phone 918 white T220tf FOR RENT Carage at 1402 Bass -II t Kmiw or nhone 527 vhile J lQStf f FOR RENT Apartment at 715 Hilt Sl Phone 275...

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 June 1921

15 Iff - - lv IV i V- IK i i in Is - vs- jt EARLY SCHOOL HISTORY FOUND Old Mid Way Institution Built by Earnest Co Operation Of 1 loneers The early history of the Jlidway ScJhniI which 19 scen miles wet of Columbia on the Ilothenort road Jccn presened in an age cllowed sheet or fools cap subscription paper which is now in llie posesion of Mm W K Freudetibcryer of Columbia The paper which was written in tlie colonial style of writing Willi ink as clear today as it was at the time it was first ued was disruirrcd among the old manuscripts of ISrnjamin Watvin Mrs FreuJen bergers graniifallier The paper is dated Boone Cc Min net 14th 18H and begins -We the Undersigned inhabitants of this county purposing to build a school house with in half a mile of the Brick ChapeL at some point to be hereafter designated do hereby bind ourselves to furnish for that purpose during the present jear whatever is subscribed to our names res pectively whether in work monej or materials Tlie building of the ...

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. — 7 June 1921

11 e I1 I STREETREPAIR Ordinance Proposed for Im proving Pavements Con sideration Postponed Until Monday gglAkE FINANCIAL REPORT jfto Action Taken on Matter of F ri v i a l e City Books to Be Audited The City Council last night failed to run to a l cisioa on a war lo repair Lotuinbus streets An ordinance was trf re the council which provided far the division ff the city into districts and for the repairing of lire street at a cost of 60 rnts a frnnt foot to the property onrr lue city was la no ID work mJ pi for it and collect the money from lie property owner in tax bills As ihrr wr e not able to decide on pis mai ler the cmmcilmen left it to a further ncciing be held next Monday when a rpecal meeting has been set to jider I - matter Bcrkhr Ettcs appearrj before the eocacil and asked that a ay be provided fr the new Kappa Alpha fraternity 1 louse to be attached to a sewer To pet U the sewer a ditch would hare to be dug across the property of Mayor James Gor don or tint of Prof Charl...

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

i m i if KSk a fi re - f j Kff ii IV IT ft is ft PACE TWi L COLUMBMffiN HUNTTSEFOX Sport Lasts -Through Nfglu Dogs Must Have a Long Rest Afterward If one has been awake in the wee Email hours of the night Iattly and chanced to hear the resounding voices of fleeting hounds following the trad oi fox he should know that close along with the yelping paelc is to be found a party of enthusiastic fox hunters vVj II Colds berry a local real estate dealer who fre quently participates in Boone County for chases sajrs Theres scarcely any sport so mingled with fun and keen In tel est as is fox hunting There is no closed season for fox hunt ing in Boone County but the best time tofengage in this Sport is in tho months of May and June according to Mr Goldsberry Frequently a party of hunt era will go out late in the afternoon -and by 7 or 8 oclock tne dogs will hare struck a trail Two foxes are usually found together Usually the female is surfed off first and after a couple of hours circling aroun...

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 June 1921

JVfews 0 Columbia Society Miss Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth attended the P E 0 convention On Afee society editors trill appreciate it if you tall telephone society items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone Zi4 Mr and Mrs Berry McAIester enter tained with a garden party at 7 oclock last evening at their beautiful home on Eat Ilinkson avenue in honor of Mr and Mm Harry Broadhead of St Joseph who are their guests The refreshments were served on the laVn Mrs Dudley S Conley and Mrs fc B Miller served at the table Others who assisted the hostess were Mrs Frank Conley Mrs I 0 Hockaday Mrs J P McBaine Mrs C C Bowling Mrs E Sidney Ste phens Mrs Florence Win Mrs Char les Diggcs Mrs U J Kcrner Mrs James Garth and Mrs Frank Dearing The avn was lighted by electric lights and chute the chutes and swings helped entertain the guests Miss Jean and Miss Elizabeth Bright entertained at bridge at 230 oclock this afternoon in honor of Mrs Pierce Niedermejcr The guests were Misses Elizabeth Harris Lucil...

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 June 1921

3 lilt COLUMBIA EVENING hch in a dirine w1 w lltfnTntil t iuioouumm uhlished every evening except Sun- ijray dj me JUissourian Publishing Asso piUionvUnc tly H Neff Hill Colum Ibis Missouri F ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaeb SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Cashin advanO Year 1100 U months 2003 months J100 J the week 10 cents tingle copies 5 jenls JlVMail fn Boone County Year 1100 ftTmonths S150 4 month Jim Outside the county Year 1450 3 haontht JL2S month 45 cents Payable Fin advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations itered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 DO WE WANT TO CLAIM ITT Tourit travel is never without its ad ventures High among the perils of the road in the mind of autoitta who pass along the Old Trails route is the ferry hich series at Boonville in the place of Jhe bridge we ought to hare 3fcst travelers have no way to make themselrea articulate If they hail prob ably they would agree with the words oftNina Wilcox Putnam in a serial in t...

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. — 7 June 1921

Phone S3 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Word a Day FOR SALE FOR SLE 8 room house on South Garth J500 will handle 11ns place leathers 4 uhitcsidcs thoue z 237 rOR SUX Inriejit piano also 1918 Qjevrolet cir llotli in good condition Cin be seen at 7 Mar land Place Plane 1136 G 233 FOR SLE Ideal condition I niversal Phone 1357 black pas range good clothes wringer X 238 FOR SM E Good C room fully mod ern bouse liardvood floors full size base Bent Urge lot paved street South side clox to InivcHty Price 5250 Car ry FraMer Phone 519 238 fOR SLE One roll top office desk tad one ofHce chair Mrs J E Wright 4J2 S 9th St Phone 683 black C 228tf AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR SALE 1918 model BuicL First dais condition F IL Hoberccht Call S6 205tf FOR RENT i FOR RENT Furnished two room nine also apartment for light houjcleenlng SITUATION VACANT rslctpin rooms 1217 E Broadway lliooe S8 J 223tf FOR KENT Garage Are Phone 918 vhile 603 Conley FOR RENT Garage at 1402 Bass call at house or phone 527 vhite J 198...

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. — 7 June 1921

I X lv ANTS DESTROY PARTOFHOUSE Carpenters Have Unique cnce Rebuilding Doorway of Westcott Home Ercn so tiny a creature as an ant can do considerable damage if lie is piven time enough and has enough of his friends and relathcs to help him as A L Westcott superintendent of Unher sity buildings has recently found out For a number of ears Mr Westcott who lives at 1 102 Windsor street lias been annojeti by having bis bouse in fested with ants Where they came from be was unable to acertain but thev grew oie all the time They were particular ly plentiful in the kitchen Just -where their presence was the leat desirable Around the back door leading onto a little porch the ants seemed quite nu merous So about two ears ago when a piece of wood on this door seemed to Ijc building out considerable Mr West cott called in some carpenters to 6x it They found a number of ants and their lanae in tire door but mended it so tliat trerjone thought it was all right lirt the ants kept getting worse and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 June 1921

fNOWREPORTED QT7WMTVTWfi PuelIo Has Settled Down to Task of Getting Out From Under Layer of Mud LlOXC HARD PULL AHEAD - 500 Cheer as First Relief Train 1 Arrives From the Colo rado Capital To day 1 rmatJ frnu PtxBUi June 8 Thii city today set- t lied dawn to the long putt to gel from - I 1 tf lj ilia Avlranaaa P io er fiuod Tlte lannt of dead stood at 45 bodies in the local morgue and report of 27 oilier dead in valley town The work of cleaning up will require Im Tli railroads hare started fall awnj r - in breaches in the levees to protect lie new tracks which are being laid Re Jff trains arrived here today from Den fa and one left for the stricken cities in A rou rl rf mA nrumi is citerred the first train to arrive here front W the state capital nCAtV RAINS IX SOUTHWEST M C W rpm Kansas Gti June 8 Heavy rains lich delayed traffic and caused property damage fell in many parts of the South west during the last twenty four hours Several persons here were slightly in jnred in a lieavy ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 June 1921

31 i fS JPACE TWO PROGRApgp vMmpxm hlf - ti K J ft I a in - V P V v MADE Includes Widely Known Jourrv allots Like Latysoh From England and Chatily From France FLEiSKER WILL SPEAK U S Sends Rogers of New York Globe Prof Pitkin of Co lumbia U and bain oftDes fyf dines The first Jnfl of the program for the Press Congress of the World which meet in Honolulu next October will carry the rumes of Journalist known to the press of erery oountry An early an nouncement will be tent out toon from the office of Dean Walter Williams pres ident of the Congress to the 22000 members of the international journalistic organization J Col Edward Frederick Lawsdn D S 0 M C nephew of Lord Burnnarn and assistant proprietor of the on3on Daily Telegraph will be one of Great Britains most distinguished representatives Col Lawson will represent the Empire Press Union the most powerful organization of newspaper publishers in the British Empire B W Fleisher proprietor ef the Ja pan Advertiser and Trans Pacific M...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 8 June 1921

V i Miss Queen Smith and Viss Elizabeth Agee society editors will appreciate it if j oa Kill telephone society items beticeen 9 end 12 oclock Telephone 274 Mi Mrgret Miry Krcwn hujrter of Mr and Mr Jmes Keegan 814 South niliams rtreet anil Philip Ray mond Carr were married at 8 oclock this morning in the Catholic Cturch by the Rev Father Taul P OShea at nuptial miss The church was decorated with palms Killarney rce and carnations The brides drew wa faiMoned of white baronet aatin with a aill lace flounce She carried a bouquet of eet peas and hlies ofthe valley She wore a veil of julle and Mexican lace Miss Mary AT learn jier attendant wore a pink crepe de chine dress and a leghorn hat trimned in pink crepe de chine She carried Ophelia roses Little Elsie Da mas flower eirU was drewedln a dainty pink dotted wis and she carried a bas ket of rosea Mrs Frank Anderson is ter of the bride played the wedding march Mr Carrs brother George Sayle Carr acted as best man A wedding re ception was...

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. — 8 June 1921

U 9Wr - - i - - I 1 1THE COLUMBIA EVENING - MISSQURIftN r Published every evening except Sun day by lbeMisourian Publishing Asso ciation inc Jay H Ncff Hall bia Missouri ft ALFONSO JOHNSON Maaceb SUBSCRIPTION HATES 1Gity Year S100 jnontosS20Q 3 months JUKI By tins week 10 cents inglecopics S cents- ByMailiin Boone County Year 300 6 months JliO 4 months lt00 -Outside iIk county Year J450 3 jjonths L25SBWsnth45 cents Payable in advance Slembej Audit Bureau of Grculations ryv Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS i Wews v 274 i Advertising and Grculation 55 ABOUT FICTION Which one of all the characters in fic tion ould jpu rather have for our din- ncr partner ilyu7vere tir difiner parly and could cbomttfKehfou yinirdi Would it be Jllai fascinating Scotchman o Stevensons creation or Francois Villon not to be t called a hero but an interesting scound rtl or Mr Pickwick to while away the time with long tales of his adventures Or wauld it be Willie Baxter wbojraj - the inca...

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. — 8 June 1921

phone 55 k fv - ssTy - W Zli 9gSfiQmLVMUximlSn FOR SALE fi OR SLE Good ix room fully bouse vm -on - de oVa Phone a ri oiuej i n - SALE- Upright piano also 1918 lrt rr Botn in Rooa eonuiuou tf seen it 4U Aiarytana 1136 SALE Meal LtlOIl inneiMi 1357 Had Place C 238 gas range good dollies wringer X 238 tor sLE Coou 6 room fully rood i haniHOoa noors iuii Urge lot paved Hreet SoutU side lo I nirity rnce jjju Frasier Phone olv Car- FOR RENT FOR RENT rurnistiea two room Apartment for liglit housekeeping also Mtepmg rooms nit IPbont 589 J FOR RENT Garage Ave Phone 91C white MS Conleyj fni rtFNT at 1402 Bass call at house or phone 527 vhile J I98tf SITUATION VACANT CLERKS men women ever 17 for Postal Mail Service 120 month fcx I mirations June Experience For free pariculars oi inirucuon n iVm former Gvil Service ex- imc ------ wrL ri 26 t Continental Diag Eon D C 8M WANTED Experienced laundryman at Pirler Memorial HopitaL Apply Super Jatendcnt of HospitaL U2l7lf SITUATION WANTED VoRk l ANTF...

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. — 8 June 1921

m Iil M a fu l i - - -PACE SIX Writes 20th Century Ceremony After Marrying 447 Couples T 7 K itfii IV hiJtfcLu A SIT j juM TjTiMrir lflu TMI rf frr C T flatcntr One a uillv ilunlii if tors and mid June or f tall tlatel laiillrs anil aJchih iligiiifH il church altrrs in tun Hediofi ith nedttinj but the Hev C W Ilaklirr 101 Waufli sirttl ho has rtrfutniwl 147 marriage ceremonies in cvr of IU fifty ears minislr al nxt KHtah In rnlitie him it would mm tn the airwomen of the marriair ptnan f Cilumliia Iia quite a difTer I smifcu of one ceremony lie per fucwol Ttis ceremen ImiV icace n Jvansas City IK tor Haulier was at Hat time a nunnlrr tlierc and one day a cxiuple came to dim to lie married Vlien Doctor ilaiehcr loulrd at tlie marriage lirenrf hr fwrnl that it had been taken out in the HMe of Kancas and ould therefore be illejn to u in the tate ot Miwouri He tbl the man that be could not rr fiinc the ceremony in MiMuuri aud ug grmed that they go to the houe of a JikbJ in Kansas City Ka...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 June 1921

eszi CONCERT TOMORROW NIGHT Columbia Rand Will Play on Broad way at 730 Oclockl Th band concert which was post poned Tuesday night on account of bad leather will be given by the Columbia Band at 730 oclock tomorrow night on ilroidoay according to F R Antoine leader of the band A regular concert will be held every Tneiday night hereafter and if suffi cient funds are available a suitable per manent place to hold the concerts will b selected -and equipped to seat the band comfortably The Commercial Qnb is at present considering means of riMng funds for the continuation and betterment of the concerts Y M C A NEEDS 30000 Towns Out In State Must Give This to Open Building Again If the Y M C A Building is to re open in the fall 30000 must be ob tained from cities out in the state The campaign in Columbia was successful but the 15000 raised is only one third tlie amount necessary to finance the Y M C A next year E II Newcomb secretary of the Bread ar Methodit Church left yester day for Holh...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 June 1921

fe f K PACE TWO T0 DISPOSE OF GERMM BONDS AT A DISCOUNT Officials Believe They Sliould Bring 45 lo 50 Per Cent oP Face Value op Market DESRE HOME - BUYERS Allies Hopeful of Selling Major ity of Securities Ex press Determination to Collect ny pus McCani Untied Preis Staff Correspondent LodoV June 9 Germanys new rep aration bonds r will be marketed if ther get that far at a price between or below 45 and 65 per cent of tbeir face vaue The- highest estimate fiO to 65 per cent is given by government officials The other 15 to 50 is an optimilic financial one Though Germany will deliver to the Reparations Commission the initial in statlmem of her 33000000000 in bonds on July 1 thereis so far no information as to what really is to happen to tbe worlds biggest bond issue Officials point out to potential inves tors that the bonds are backed by the entire resources of the German Empire Financiers point out that lite bond mar ket is bad and that Germany repa rations record so far is not dazzlin...

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. — 9 June 1921

mfp program which begins at 11 ouock will ie on Japan Mrs W B Palmer will ead the devotionaLexercises ami Miss Rath Higfinbottom will give a talk In The Land of the Kislng Sun Miss Edith Lancaster will -play an instru mental solo and Mis Nellie Kitchens Mill talk on The Work and Worth of tie Bible in Japan Miss Meron Lons jale will gire a ocal solo and Miss fbeta Searcy will give a talk Japanese Women in the Home Airs W Schvtabe will talk pn Country and Mission Stations Supported in Japan by he Christian Church Mrs Schwabe the missionary chairman of the coun cil Luncheon will be served at 1215 clock and during the luncheon hour Hiss La Von liobbs Miss Oeorgia lobbs and Mis Clella Ilobbs will sing K business lraur will follow the luncb on The luncheon will be sened by he southeast section of winch Mrs S t Smith is cliairman The girls who fill gire the program will be dressed in japanete costumes Mrs Marjck Ravenel 203 Hicks aw fnue entertained informally jesterday ternoon for Mrs Bur...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 June 1921

fli Bnk wPsTv - m if w JHE COLUMBIA EVENING MiSSOUMAN Published every evening except Sun- day by lh Mlssourian Publishing riation Int Jay H Neff Hall v bit Missouri I ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaceb 1 i SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gijr Cash in advance Year JLOO 6 months 200 3 months 100 By the week 10 cents tingle copies S tent BMail in Boon County Year 300 J months 1150 4 months J1XW Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Pi able in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations I Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS Newt 274 Advertising and Qrculation 55 WHY ARE POOR STUDENTS Three things are necessary for the best students a sound mind a sound body and sound morals according to Dr Charles K Swarlz collegiate professor cf grclogy at John Hopkins University To these should be added another pur pose For without a goal ir view Uie otherwise capable student will flounder aitund from one enthusiasm1 to another In fait purpoe is the first requisite for success in any line ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 June 1921

r rhone 5S S FOR SALE carr of Missounan D 239 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED TO LEASE Two furnished rooms ih kitchenette from July 1 Call Sims phone No 1361 S 239 WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE Fire or six room house Want possession hy September 1st Phone 1071 black WANTED Organization comprising 15 or 20 students desires quarters for fall asd winter term Board ilesired Phone Gentry 1361 or George 642 G 238tf MONEY TO LOAN We -can loan jou money on lour real estate on monthly javar nt plan Weathers Whitetidca phone 272 W268 WANTED Copies of the Columbia Evening Missourian of May 19 Ten CtntJ each will be paid for these copies if in good condition ANY LADIES interested -in Spirella coreets call at 509 llitt St or telephone 90L T 216tf CANDY Making Business Start al home hvetything furnished Men women 30 weekly Bon Ron Co Philadelphia Pa 239 WANTED Alworth the repair man will sharpen your mower right and re tire the baby carriage Phone 1314 fclack A189tf LOST AND FOUND LOST Ring holding 7 keys pleae c...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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