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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 9 June 1921

r I I p J S ree aUftCSUja iv i PACE SIX 9 EXTERMINATION OF FLY SATES LIVES LATER -Use of Controlling Measures Willi Jicgard to Reproduc tion Will Do Away With Pest FORMALIN SAFE POTION Papers and Traps Are Valuable in Getting Rid of Rav ager in Adult Stage A campairn to sua flies now can help Hnmlcrfully in the reduction of the numWs of this nefarious pest in the late ummer months thereby preventing the spread of disease at a time when the litaJitv of man is least fit to combat it One swat now saves millions later and proliabl many Inc so the campaign to exterminate the fly should be carried to its height during early June The only intelligent way in which to exterminate the fly for all time is to ne controlling measures with regard to its reproduction The sanitary care of tkce where the fly breeds is the ulti mate wa n which to rid humanity for all time of this destroyer of health Until that is done the fly will continue to lite ami increase each spring and tminr in uncountable num...

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. — 10 June 1921

THE COLUMBIA EVENING I THIRTEENTH YEAR JSRWLLL t COACH ALBION NEXT 3 YEARS Tver Leader for Last Five 1 D Years Signs Contract With College in Micliigan n ON 2 CHAMPIONSHIPS In Two Years He Had Charge fof Football Only One I Conference Game i Was Lost Join F Miller Tiger coach for the lot live years today agreed to the terras j i ihrce year contract director of sthlctics at Albion College it Albion II however did not come to II b decision until after the University Hilnrities yesterday afternoon had de aUjeJ to accept the terms Miller had lied for which called for an increase ji las salary siid the understanding that le if head coach Upon wiring the JVtwfcni of the athletic board of AI Yt College that Missouri had granted a in increase Miller received a wire lis Doming offering better terms No one is sorrier than I that John MBrt rs to leave us said Director Z fLOvenger this morning Missouri bsa in excellent coach irl Albion fyt a much the gainer Miller will tin n friends here in Col...

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. — 10 June 1921

And Then She Gave Up in Despair flNNAMON ROLLS Our fresh cinnamon rolls will prove eitremely popular with your family COFFEE CAKE Saturday e intend having come coffee cake for you folks who have tieen han kenn for it COOKIES You cant heat our variety of cookiej fori favor MACAROONS Macaroons bolh almond and cocpanut nut will always make at hit with the boss your wife and kiddies AhCEL FOOD CAKE Do you remember how ood that angel food cake waj that you got Tast time Net time for a change try one of our Sunshine Cakes Theyre much like an angel food and some of our patrons like them better She was baking bread but it made the kitch en so hot that she stepped out for a few mo ments When she came back the bread was burned A few days later company was expected for dinner She started to bake a cake but was in a hurry She failed to mix it right and the cake dropped And then she gave up in despair She called her husband and told him her baking troubles Til fix that up all right Mary he said ...

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. — 10 June 1921

V iAfews 0 Columbia Society Mils Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth Aft society editors uiil appreciate it if you Kill telephone society items betueen 9 end 12 oclock Telephone 274 Tl - 1- c - v- Arans Fancy but it teems that e might change it to In the Month of Jnne a Young Mana Fancy con sidering the shining fraternity pins that have recently blossomed forth Their suddenness of appearance and brilliance startles us Those least suspected scan to have been the most susceptible so jpw who knows but what July may become the month of brides Miss Helen Wilkins returned to her borne in Mexico Mo today after spend ing the last week at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house The FJiza Perkinson Missionary Or cle of the Methodist Church met at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs Carrie Miller 903 Virginia Wiss Marcia Guyetle will spend the week end ai a guest at the Kappa Kap pa Gamma house The Martha Dunean Trimble Grcle of the Baptist Church met at 230 oclock yesterday afternoon with Mrs E A ...

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. — 10 June 1921

ihl i - tf if- bim S - T JU V jVer qg THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday- by the Missourian Publishing Asso ciation Inc Jay H Nef ilajl Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacih SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance Year 400 b unmhs 200 3 months lj00 By the week 10 cents tingle copies 5 cenls By Mail in Bopm Copntys Year 300 1 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year HSO 3 jwnths 125 month 45 cents Paable in advance Member Audit Hurra j of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation S3 ACTION NEEDED For over two yean the City Council lias been considering the question of street repair but delay af ex delay has prevented the adoption1 of a definite pro gram A special meeting is called for Monday night to consider legislation on the matter It is viial that action bo taken im medialel About twenty streets need attention and workmen should already be on the job Thrrt are only a few r...

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. — 10 June 1921

fc phone 53 CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cental Word a Day FOR SALE FOR SALK iIanl llurbecs I c Ir ami IlJnUh IlaH head and Sue- I FOR SALE available lot on tatity avenue 50 by 1H Phone John- FOR SVLE Good six room fully WANTED TO KENT OR LEASE Fne or si rmn houv Want possession hy Srrtenibcr Jit Phone 1071 bUcV 23Stf WANTED- Orsaniiation comprising 15 or 20 ludents desires quarters for fall and winter term Board desired Phone Ccnirv 1361 or Georce 641 G 23SU phone 22 rENUS PENCILS fTOR the student or trrot x the auperb VENUS out rivals all for perfocj pencil work 17 black degree tad Scopjing American Lcsd fcncilCo uonitaAi Wtwroxt n fiiU NEW YORK W 263 J ANTED tonics of the Columbia home Everything furnished Men women 30 weekly Don Ron Co Philadelphia Pa 239 WANTED Alworth the repair man will sliarpe n your mower right and re tire the baby carriage Phono 1314 black A 139tf LOST AND FOUND LOT Ring liotding please call 271 7 kejs ROOM AND BOARD ROOMS FOR RENT Finder FOLND In cemetery Memori...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 10 June 1921

- t KllPACESIX HpJ TODAYS BASEBALL j mmM5 KP - i t a P V r ft JRst 5 a 4 Sv AlILKlCJlN LlACUE i hue St Louis 010 000 020 3 7 5 Bton 101005 000 7 12 0 Ilatlerirs DaU and Semrid Meyers and liucL Ueirland J 00 000 203 02 8 20 1 Jifew York 001 000 32ff 00 6 18 1 Batteries and Munamakrr - Detroit 000 101 1 Vatiintn 021 000 0 ftjlteries Dauss and liassler Court- nej and Glumly diiraco 020 012 000 5 7 1 C riilbdeiriliia 000 000 000 0 5 1 A Ititteries Kerr and Schalk Rommell inci Icjkln National Leacue r It IL E ISronlKn 020 0 I ouis HI 2 llattcries Ruclher and Tavlorr Wi ker and Dilhocfcr New York 000 000 010 14 0 pncinnali 002 000 100 3 12 2 Batteries Toney and Snyder Riiey and Wingo jHton 010 000 210 4 12 1 Pittfburgh 000 000 010 1 10 1 Batteries Scott and Cibson Cliszcr and Schmidt 1hibddphia Chicago Rain EXPRESS IDEAS ABOUT NEWS Writers Opinions Vary Greatly as to its Merits Court clowns prophets characters in the HUiIr drama and literature have placed their own valuation on news and n...

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. — 11 June 1921

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MSSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR BOONE COUNTY TOAIDPUEBLO FLOOD VICTIMS Red Cross Headquarters Here Is Collecting Point for Articles Jo Be For f warded CLOTHES URGENT NEED Outright Gift of 100000 Has Been Made but Allevia tion of Conditions fc Not Complete The Boone County chapter of the i American Red Cross following the re quests of President arrrn C Harding and Governor Arthur M Hyde nd Hill nake two shipments next week to the food sufferers In Pueblo and Eastern Colorado The American Red Cross Is working J hard to alleviate the suffering in the stricken district The nation chapter fire 100000 outright and sent a num ber of workers to the district to do im mediate relief work They also tent out appeals to the various county chapters to take up the work in their own dis tricts Much has already been collected and sent to the fiood victims but the need is stll prat it is said The railroads hue promised to carry ail contributions free of charge The things especially ask...

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. — 11 June 1921

fJJr KB PACE TWO - BEAUTY PARtOR CONDUCIVE TO INTIMATE TALK Manicurist Sajj Tlial Girls Arc Particularly Free in Tell f ing About Their Love Affairs VERY FEW SAY NOTHING Men Mnch Less Talkative Than Women hut They Are More Easily Pleased Wrenvoa sink into tlir chair tha table from our favorite land extend your hand Inuully r iicr atiejwiofl lo jtm al once lieriti to t If lier about all vnur KTtoiwl affairs Hlou do noj Vwi are different from llic arcfaar according Id the iH Wllie local beaut parlors Str peple are very quiet said j Of al lbe AbiI they say practically nhmc at all while other are vcrv - tft9tfte I lowever mot prop arr flftiKlty aad do taiVand there really are very few rfakt ones who m have a - -- yli tA tmm al Superior if- m - a Inlrlhgent Service AH help make eating in a ij2jj ris Ilooth the lielter wa -and 1 l often the more economical way to plan lor Mirnlay tlinner for ihe whole family HARRIS Prrleaien in Crmrrtion fllillard SissonJ yV3 g word lo sal Women arc more ...

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. — 11 June 1921

X i I TMprajagMEgg - 11111111 - iin i i i i Jiii i i i iVfews 0 Columbia Society Miss Queen Smith and Miss Elizabeth Agec ic tety editors mil appreciate it if cu udl telephone society items bctueen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Mrs Derby Bass and Mrs Eddie Ellis mil entertain with a tea from 4 to 6 odocL Monday altcrhoon in the main parlon of Stephens College The honor gunti iH be Mrs John Read Jr of Greelty Colo Mrs Mary Lee Read of Denver Colo Mrs Pierce Iviedermeyer and Mrs Norton Harris of Kansas Gty Those ia the receiving line besides the hostesses vJl be Mrs E T Stephens Mrs F V Niedermeer Mrs Joe Estes and Mrs A J Bass Mrs Berry Mc Akster and Mrs C B Miller ill serve in the dining room and thoe ho will assist them will be Mrs A F Neate Mrs J B Hebcrlmg Mrs James M Girth Mrs J T Harris Mrs T B Hickian and Mr Forrest Haydon These vi ho vi ill assist in the parlors will be- Mrs J C Jones Mrs John E SyVes Mrs C Dorsey Mrs If T Gentry Mrs J M Este Mrs Marshall Gordon Mis Dnnie Hrg...

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. — 11 June 1921

fc SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash ear 100 b vjonths 2X0 3 minC 100 g aj toe wees iu cents single copies a rent if 1 1 c 1 months Mail in Boone County Year 100 150 4 month J1D0 Outside the county Year S150 3 3 nnnltit tl 9C mnlli As sn PavM - t9 jaait in advance I Member Audit Bureau of Grculalions f Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS jKevis 274 Advertising and Greulation 55 RELIGIOUS WEEK The plan fur an annual Religious Ceek in Columbia is vertliy of hearty - iupport In most communities there is a len iency to delegate religion to someone Especially do e find this temp- atcn among groups ol students an ay from home and their on churches f Though Columbia finds students as 1 1 wftnle nterf slsft ami arrive in llie 4 v rhurchcs there is a Urge group that tt Jeeds naking up They are not f g ous iney just naven t neen sumuiaini Into action Religious Week ill vital I ue these students 1 be stimulus ol such M mwc u tf nui piuic ucipiui ui people WASTEBASKETS The wastebas...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 June 1921

bi k FOR RENT Ik Ihe Field of Spqrf TEMSCUPTO JlPANCSfuVS wo Gniitrirs Picked to Fight for Dn is 1 rophy Next September Br IllMlY L FlRRIX nicj Vrw Sfa nrresxWenli in itK Juno 11 Unless Austra lia pulls the unejccted villi a icam of punlrr America and Japan very iilely v il fipit il ust for the Datis Cup cfit Vplcniber lor the fit time in years the lenni cbic wil Ik plavcd willieut the Lin ijnin uroosrs ami vrcraiu oil Im k - am Patterson have both beeri left fi the Irani nominated by Austra lia f r ihr Dam Cup matches Racking youlh rather than age and npcticncc lie A j Inns have mmnl J II Havr k Y Ii K 0 Andersmi and eith er 1 Thomas r W -Todd -for ihe tram V- rjia frankly dnca nt cipect nui from the tram in tltx years torn 1 prtlmii hut lite radical change in the prrmnm i f squad was made with etr or tlie tutilre Injind and France miy show some I uncirr ic l form but with the la 5 1 - formidable thaa rjce led it I hi- - t Japan -will furnish the great- i et v pi un ii to I he Amer...

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. — 11 June 1921

l w f A v PACE SIX OIL PROMOTER IN COLUMBIA Former -University Student Saved JC000 in SchooL j i E Dunn a wealthy oil promoter and former student in the University i in Columbia to interest tome of the I buMncM iren in a new company which 4 lie is organizing Mr Dann graduated from the Univer sity in 1901 and later went lo Harvard For the last fifteen yeara he has been in the oil business in Bartlesville OUa and has many rich holding there His home is in Kansas Gty Soon after entering the University Dunn became a prominent football man Itccauc he played in one of the games when his father ordered him not - In his alloxance was stopped The rest of Iris four vears he had to work lus own i ay through school By wotLing for a laundry agency de- Hiding mail collecting accounts buy- ing real estate on the installment plan and working as law librarian he made 6000 more than his epenes Mr Dunn ha organized two large oil companies in Oklahoma the Dunn iroleum Co and the Daienport leum Co He ol...

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. — 13 June 1921

Ifc THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR MEDICAL MEN TO MEET HERE NEXT MONDAY Second Annual Missouri Con ference for Health Offi cers Will Hold Two Day Session prqgramIsTarranged School of Medicine and State Board to Be the Hosts of Three Other Or ganizations The second annual Missouri confer ence for health officers under the joint auspices of the School of Medicine of the University of Missouri and the State Hoard or Health will be held in Co lumbia on June 20 and 21 Members of the -State Board of Health representatives of the United States Pub lic ffealth Service the International Health Board Missouri Health Officers Association and members of the School of Medicine faculty will contribute to the program In addition to the formal program confeiences and discussions of matters pertaining to public health will beheld The following program has been ar ranged for the conference Shock Dr D H Dolley Professor of Pathology University of Missouri Symposium on Hyptthyrcidsm Clinical aspects Dr D...

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. — 13 June 1921

II i I i I i k - pre I St f i P ft S J SX TRADEMION MEMBERSHIP IS DEdREASWG Message of Organized Labor Must Be Carried to AH Corners Says Presi dent Gompers llAVE 3906528 WORKERS Report of Council Condemns Kansas industrial Urges Resistance to Wage Reductions Dixu June 13 The labor move- jwnt has been tried in the fire ol an irnnim but itiU faces the world with ranks unbroken Mid Samuel Compere president of the American Federation of Labor and Trade Unions in addressing the annual convention Here loaay n mvfmral has faced all the bit- irrness and antagonism that could be railed against itr said Oorapers He then turned to the open snop move- t rsm 11 nwnar t ft Iff mnr U1U IHC - wo - - the lead in aiding his slave he asked i The open nop designs o rplril of the laboring man so the atand ard oHliWng win ue creu movement stands intact and wilL Compers urged labor organizations to male close alliances with the farmers of tnelcountry so that farmers and work ere will not be crushed by th...

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. — 13 June 1921

-- i - - T s ii v - i - - r JKAaPr iTf afWflJWWSP SHI i rnf rnforA ldlmimp nirceriTTPTAfrT itntiniv i -iv tI5 - - mtHlUW mtywww mmiunijum iJ J1 iNfews 0 Columbia Society Miss Queen Smith and Miss Eliatbtth Agee iociety editors trill appreciate it if you tall telephone society items between 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 An ont oftown weddingrihat will b ol interest to lolumbuns 11 Urn 01 Miss sAnnse Qsjton of Hannibal and Walter N George of Springfield Ma xhich took place last Thursday evening at the home of the bride Only a few intimate friends and relatives were pres ent at the nuptials The home of the bride was beautifully decorated with Dorothy Perkins roses and blue delphin ium and the ceremony took place before an altar of white roses and snapdragons The brides gown was fashioned of white satin combined with georgette and ber veil of tulle was fastened with a cor onet of orange blossoms She carried a huge bouquet of bridal roses valley lillies and orchids After the ceremony the...

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. — 13 June 1921

WiomT rg plE COLOMBIA EVENING MISSOUIUAfl EJ By the week 10 ccnti single copied 5 - ifiyIail In Boone County Year 1X00 TififTMi tl0n months I1J0O JvOSuidV the counlr Year 4J50 3 tjwniln J12S month 45 coils Payable n alliance MeinDCT Audit JBarraa c Gradations Entered as second class maif matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS iKtw 274 lAdvertiiing and Circulation 55 - goldfish and education jjfrSriling goldfish and popcorn Is more i profitable- than teaching school says an jpoperator of a local popcorn stand Edu fcration goldfish and popcorn all may render sen ice to society but ho would Sfrank education last ihis lormer leach icrij selling goldMi and popcorn i cause he makes more money doing so Xi School teachers will neier be accused offgetting rich or not earning what they make A street car condirmr makes more money than many expensively train teachrs do If Missouri wants good schools she must pay good wages to her teachers Ifnot her teachers will be those who fare not worth good wages Does ou...

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. — 13 June 1921

-- In the Field of Spot i VALLEY ATHLETICS v HERE AND THERE Fan Criffin of MnbimnKjn wal Ucifd cjptain of the 1922 KansasAj je baseball tram and William Mathiai rfcrrr Kan was elected captain of track team last eek C C Mahonry first baseman on the rreione baseball team thir year Lwitd captain of the 1922 Ohio State Uon tlir urn ci last weeic Tie low State tennis team won from e the first of the last week Iowa gilt cleaning tlie slate in both the let and double Wilson tlie Kansas Aggie star uicr runner will jirobably be entered IM mile run at the National Inter ollrtiiie Track and Field Meet to be WLtii June 18 on Slagg Field Chicago hare been no reports emanating rota Kansas as to whether Bradley mid be entered in any of the events Leonard Paulu the star Crinnell sprinter and Willis Macy nave been rlrcted raptains of the 1922 Crinnell ick and basketball teams Katherine- Cerhart Florence Cunning Leonore Higby Betty McGuire Itrna Meyer and Neta Comstotk won 3rer cups in athletic conte...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 June 1921

- PACE SIX - in tfes fa - JL if t 4 ft v NAMES ABE KEYS IN EUROPE Andre Dlmifri Needed 25 torea to Reach America A pwspurt Witt Iwenty Sre tus is la the jwsmmmmi of Andre Dimitri iibo orfc in the Vanity Fair boe during Shop The pawport Ixwn Indorsed in ncarl all the principal citi of Europe exeluie of Cermany and ia Tlu collection of ijnatore as mU iW Dimitri on bit nay to ilii rountnr from Albania When traveling in Europe lince the mr it it Decenary to cue a strict ac count of ones self at all times Upon rilling in a large city or in pasting Irom one country to another a passport must be 0 KM Ijt the officials Dimitri came to ttus country after be- ng discharged from the Albanian tolun terrs 1 scrtcd agsintt the Tarts Bui garians GierLs and Serbians in the post war campaigns in the Balkans He has a medal received for his senkes Previous to the war Dimitri traveled villi a circus throughout Germany as an acrobat rider and wrestler Later be vtent to Rumania berc he was owner of two l...

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. — 14 June 1921

PAVING REPAIRS DELAYED AGAIN BYCODNCILMEN Property Owners Thought to Be Opposed to Plan of As NO sessing the Abut ting Lots FUNDS AVAILABLE Claud Jones Appointed Police jk man Mayor Cordon Is Given Damages for Sewer Work In view of the fact that citizens of Columbia are remonstrating against or dinances being passed for the repairing of streets llie City Council took no ac tion on llie mailer yesterday afternoon The problem as it confronts the Council i that the streets of Columbia are in bad condition and need repair There is no fund in the city treasury which can be used for this purpose The first plan that was put before the Council was to hase the city repair the streets and ivoe tax bills against the abutting property of the streets repaired The cost as it was estimated would be about 60 cents a front foot for the property owners This bill wa not passed as the city had no funds to carry on the work until the tax bills could be col Ircted Under this plan the holes inl the street...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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