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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 July 1910

on UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II ON TO Ell BON 0 IE PASSES Coniniiltee Favors Plan But Disagree as to How to Spend Money DISCUSSED MANAGEMENT I low to Run the Plant Should He Decided Now Is Be lief of Few KcsoiutiUis accepting the recommen dation of Pian II I Shaw concerning the expenditure of 121000 for the im provement of the water ami light sys tem Columbia were passed last night at a meeting of the committee appointed two weeks ago at a public mass meeting and the city council Kverv member of the committee and the council present weie in favor of the improvement but when the pis tion ol the management of the plant and the expenditure of the money blimild it he voted was raised the men present disagreed The vote that was taken on the resolutions presented by U W Stephens stood f to u in favor ol its adoption Home of the men present said that unless the proper means for spending the money should he pn pared beforehand they would j never st ami for the measure What thi proper mea...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN An Ereninr Dallx by the Students in the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri Harrv K N Kditur UNIVERSITY MlSSOLKfAN ASSOCIATION IIiHoriior itll YXTAT IrAIiiV President VAtfiHs Iiyam KTi uiry Fkascis silwaht C A Hauvkv J K William Hapkv I Gcv Jam iUv J K CilAsSCIiF OFFICE IS NORTH KIJHTH rfTIKET TKLEPffONK V Entered at the lritoffire at tVilumtia Mo as svcond clasj mail matter SUIJSCKIITIOV ilICE nnrariably in Advance IJy Mail or Carrier By carrier per year 5 100 By mail per year U0 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION aii r r iidius at- tlii y iiil tlt niiii Iddresi all to UNIVEKSITV illxaOLRIAN CVjiumhia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY COMMENDABLE SPIRIT A big dry goods jj jn st iujs tendered its employees a picnic one ilay last week Not only was this outing enjoyed by the employees but members of the firm were there and touched elbows with everyone from the humblest oflice boy to heads oi departments Needless to say there is harmony ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 July 1910

I 1 p TUESDAY JULY 12 giunfi JS fret M rw tare uiai gjteii i Coluinhia riien outside th Boone count f districts who receives number Ji t votes will ue awarueu inu wand prize 1910 liYOUR NAME AMONG THE CANDIDATES SHOWN TODAY If Not Fill Out the domination Blank iTodays Paper and Enter the Race Contest Depart ment Open from 8 a m to 6 p m Special Jewelry Offer in Full Sway--It Expires at the Close of the First Period Saturday The Mlssourian arc going to make their contest short ami Miappy anil a real one W H1 M are no expense in makinB it tin- gieateM conti st ever conducted in I- county YV an- two Lombard Pianos absolutely Our coin est is of such a will absolutely lie and one will he i itv 1 olunihia m Tin- lady regardlesh the largest Lombard piano The ii 4i a- contestant stanunij trict not receiving the lirst grand prize piano will be awarded the second grand prize which is a beautiful Lombard piano The other 2 piano payments and merchants prizes will be distributed regardless ot di...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 12 July 1910

PAGE FOUR WEDNESDAY SPECIALS HANDKERCHIEFS Pure Linen inplain and cross bar effect and in 1 C colored border worth 35c J Pure Linen hand embroideried easily worth Q 1 19c Wednesday O3C II TOILET GOODS Spire Powder 25c kind for 18c 75c and 100 hair brushes 40c 35c and 50c nail brushes 1 7c ll UNDERWEAR Silk Lisle knee pants wing knee light weight A easily worth 1 00 for OiJC fl WASH DRESSES In all the popular styles and shades for summer wear and in a variety of fabrics Worth up t100 as high as 750 for P O II Tomorrows Bargains includes Shirt Waists Union Suits Ribbons and Toilet Goods -Miami i Star Theatre Tonight CLASSIFIED ADS LOST A HACK COMK HEYVAUD Telephone MOUSE WANTED DES1 HE TO rent an eight room modern residence close in Must be in good repair Ad dress K II Cray rus South tth street WANTED KOOMS AXIIOAIii for man and wife Souhen family preferred Address X care Missourian KOI l SALE A NEW SIX KOOM house 15 rooms ball and pantry be low 2 rooms and bath above i lots each GGx0...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 July 1910

1 It ip ff UOTVERSITY MISSOURIAN VOLUME II COLUMBIA HAY HAVE ANAMU8EENTPARK Three Persons Have Offered to Buy Three Acres for the Purpose WOULD HAVE ELECTRIC LINE M Sherman Wants Site Far Enough from Town For Trollev Ride A plan to purchase a traet or land near Columbia for a park by private siibsriiption the profits of which shall be used to purchase the land from the original owners and give the tract to the city has been mapped out by J S Sherman superintendent of the Columbia water and light plant I plan was suggested by Mr Sherman at the last merchants noonday lunch and since that time be has prepared a action and for the work of obtaining signatures The plan was presented by R R Caulhorn secretary of the Commercial Club yesterday The petition which will be circulated for names states how the land shall be purchased and describes the meth od whereby the land will revert to the city for its use without any loss to the in esters It was not formed ac cording to Mr Sherman to promo...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN i XranlmDUr by the Students in the School of Jounmllun at the University of Missouri Eabbv E Kidings Keu Kditor UNIVJJHMTY MISSOURIAN ASSOCIATION incorporated Eapje Peawov Preiiilent Vauiis lihYANT wretary FKAicib SmrAirr Treasurer C A Hamvky J F Williams IIakkv I Get Jamks I May J E Chasnoff ORFJCE 18 NORTH KIGIITII STREET TELElIIONE 53 Kutared at the Iostoflice at Columbia Mo second class mail matter SUB8CRIITION PKICE nnTUiably In Advance Br Mail or Carrier By carrier per year 400 By mail per year 300 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Two nftiT reading notice- indi cate they an- iiaid adiartiins Address all communication- to UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY DONT CLOUD THE ISSUE The injection of matters of detail into the question or whether or not Columbia -is to provide ilseir witli wa ter and light facilities adequate to the nueds of the community can Iiie but one effect that of delaying and complicating the mai...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 July 1910

Mm lt t WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1910 HOT flFTEN ANTECEDENT OF SUGGESS NOW iSTHE TIME TO ENTER Many Ways to Increase Your Standing After Being Nominated Get All the Merchants Coupons You Can Have Your Friends Save Them for You Cut the Free Ten Vote Cou pon Out of Todays Paper Get Subscrip tions Is the Slogan When you spent that dollar yester day did you Kt the votes you arc en titled to Wo cannot impress too strongly your advantage of asking for votes everytime a purchase is made at any of the following stores Parker Furniture Co S R Clothing Co i V B Xowell Grocer - Branham Hinkle Co C B Miller Shoes Hatton Knight Drug Shop p A Henniger Teweler The race is only getting well started and no contestant has any real lead over any other candidate Now is the time to enter the race so you will have an equal chance with the other con testants Subscriptions to the Missourian are easy to get and each one carries with It a large numher of votes There are many people in Booue County who are not takin...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 13 July 1910

PAGE FOUR LADIES WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS are the proper thing for this summer both dressy and comfortable We have them in a variety of styles Prices 150 to 300 IN OLD WESTMINSTER ABBEY ami talilcts have boon erected to this memory of others The onlv foreigner Where Englands Kings and Queens hlKjr hy a lls in ls Cfrner ul Are Crowned and Buried in State mvl Ht Longfellow In all London the most interesting Of all valued treasures of Westmin building is Westminster Abbey Forsfr Abbey the coronation ehair is the over eight hundred years kings andjmo t rizod Seated in this beautiful queens have been crowned there or carved oak chair with Its high slant buried in tln vaults of the great inn sides and high pointed back every church At first it was intended that sovereign since the time or Edward I only persons of royal blood should lie ha- received the crown Underneath within thcabh y but afterwards many the seat of the chair there is a stone great men were given burial there which was brough...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 July 1910

31 i w UNIVERSITY VOLUME II f UilACENTER 0 1IERURBAN F TI Kansas City St Louis Electric Line Is Another Roost ibr Citv IT WILL INCREASE TRAFFIC Benefits from New Line Dis cussed it Merchants Lunch Till1 receipt news of tin- sale ol IT niiilion dollars worth of bunds lor tlii Louis Kansas City electric railroad in Columbia yesterday was compared to tin1 tiine when the news ol the death of lresident McKinloy reached Columbia hy 10 W Stephens president of the Commercial club at the noonday lunch at the Leightim cafe toda He said when the news of the ns sinatioii was lieard on the streets of Columbia tin- people looked a little dazed ami went on about their busi ness seeming not to understand its significance lie said the same was true yesterday when the news reached Columbia that the bonds had been sold and the elect tic line through Col umbia assured Biggest Piece of News Ever This is by far the Invest piece of news for Columbia that has ever come here said Mr Stephens If it is true i...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN As Xrenisr Dally bx th Stcdenu in the School of JoarntlliBi st lie UciTariity of Missouri 1EBV E Kidikgs Kditur CMTOtSITT MISSOLBUK ASSOCIATION tlLcorpcratcill Ktrxr Ieacjx In iJem Vvuh Fi AM3S aTCWAUT 1 ra urcr C A Haevet J F WlIJJAMs ILLEfinP Glt Jaml s ii Ma v J E CnAWo rr -OFFICE M SOUTH KHuiTii elKEET j TELLWIOVE fu4 tl - - i f Vilittilio Ur u erusTRiiiiux 4Kk Tiw4olir Avu r - t V ii r Vrri sun and air and besiiles it is liable to contain any number of harmful substances Henceforth tho slogan niust he your ice cream Of course therell be no harm in eating it in the winter time when your teeth are chattering from cold BARTON COUNTYS IN LINE Barton county has awakened to the good roads movement which is spread ing through Missouri More than one hundred representative farmers have signed a call for a good roads meet ing to be held in Lamar Saturday af ternoon August 13 And when one hundred representative men set their minds to any undertaking somethin...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 July 1910

I 4 prr THURSDAY JULY 14 1910 j f A PROSE POEM Ingenolls Remarkable Tribute To Henry Ward Beecher Nature wooed and won and saved this mighty soul Her countless hands are sowing seeds within bis tropic brair All sights and sounds all col ors forms and fragments were stor ed within the treasury of his mind His thoughts were molded by the Graceful curves of streams by winding Wads and lanes grown indistinct with eeds and grass by vines that cling iBSilMi 0 7014 i IBif vis t c JT r - JUDGE JOHN The abovu is i spendid likeness or Incite John A Stewart who aspires to ihe democratic nomina tion for State Senator from the Tenth District Judge Stewart stands for clean and higher living and owing to his extensive business interests comes in touch with all classes of people the fanner the merchant the laboring man the shipper the pro fessional man and men in all the walks of life lit stands for bettor road laws and promises his con stituents if elected to work for legislation that will improve...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 July 1910

f r PAGE FOUR WHEN YOU VISIT COLUMBIA - Ne During the Fair or at any other time dont forget that the place to buy Reliable lewelru Thompstm who had fourteen children TbonuiHoii asr d one sjrins hciliday jioor ThonipsoM The jKilii niaii wmd hif ninclini j N 6 n nn ilMrr Jii j in- int d lli i i T I - l -- titi t ii- i uith nlitiil Li - ih tf rf rrovil a StUru - v It on th o lareo iaiilk s Xtw Yuri Trilnv N ijil li wishis vvi II i St their tikets and wore about to r - W -- wm n - l fliaied down dtpai i and himnl the train when Thintson vj vn i i fomy Ailaiiit - roughly collared by a policeman Here wot a you bin a don of the ioi cran fowled Jirett ly j j vi- ni vti iinereri FOUNTAIN drni an Insuranre V h t Hi iu a follows iJetler 1 afo than TU IKE THE UMVERSTY MSSOLRAN i WflRF COEAS WITH s iftlLnOltL I nhitilnU THE T IT JULY CLEARANCE SALE LASTING 10 DAYS BEGINS TOMORROW Come earlv Come Often The BARGAIN EVENT of the season Extra Sales people in attendance O Aim Will Be to Serve Yo Prom...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 July 1910

I THURSDAY JULY 14 1910 WISE CANDIDATES WIL KMV A iitV jls n v i miJiiiil m I IIll II ll V llOne t ml erne Iiiinr l may be tie- very n vill tarry the most v t tlmi brotner either 1 ali t Ke oy bJTer ie 1 iomiaiioi blank in to- a 11 I liou you Wfinltl Hk in 01 ine pianos Now is tin iry oft 1 i Siii iy iiijrlt an 1 ihS 10 1- o el all 011r is to jjie im s or v ill is fii ii v ii vju will iri t - VMil i ii at the iop 01 te Ii loiiiar1 Itanos to 1- riven a narl ot i amy ail xi i st 1 imaiiM On- is r sen ii ill l iiorv outride 01 0lumhii 111 itei jiil v ill ii- riv i in p iji ii -re are fnt ntht r a- - i ri 1 n alu 11 T ion 1 11 -on old 01 pup - ii il vote r mr up- i A i i t n ii nrs - V I iHilf I - m of iu iiiilst stores iUVT KAIL TO SKNU IN VQVU UNATX TODAY as that will 1 will in the cunleM with lifOt iiK oviu tmk list ok can- iis MISSOfltlANS POlTLAIilTY ONTICST VOTU SCJ IKimUI Kead Carefully fossotirian by Carrier in Columbia monilis l tm rort votes nonilis 2 00 J2no - 3 on 2 100 vote...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 July 1910

M FACE SUC 5 ys COLUMBIAS GREAT EST SHOE STORE When you want Good Footwear Shoes that are up to the minute in Style Shoes that are always dependable and where the Price is ALWAYS THE LOWEST it will be to your inter est to visit mx PATRONIZE A HOME INDUSTRY BUY FLOUR MADE BY BOONE COUNTY MILLING AND ELEVATOR COMPANY Our High Patent Flour Gives Satisfaction Bran Shipjtuff Corn Chop Hay Oati Straw aid all ID feeds Alfa Wat Alfalfa and Sugar the uneqnaled of afl stock feeds Try one sack and you will see the econony and profitableness in using it Premium nixed feed a per fect balaiced ration for fowls and chicks All at popular prices and prompt delivery ALFAL FAT 125 PER CWT Give us a Trial and You will Always Be a Customer NEW HOUSEHOLD REMEDY Why worry with your old feathers dur ing the hot weather We will buy them and pay highest cash prices We will buy your old Iron Rags Rubber and old Magazines 21 N 8th KLASSC0MC0 Phone 392 THE DIRECTORS OF THE BOONE COUNTY TRUST CO stand for conser...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 July 1910

p THURSDAY JULY 14 1910 1 REFRESHING DRINKS Som AT MIKELS NEW SODA FOUNTAIN Many different kinds of drinks served and when you patronize our fountain you have every assurance of cleanliness We treat our fountain to a SPECIAL CLEANSING PROCESS DAILY DROP IN AND GIVE US A TRIAL MikeF s Pharmacy Big Game Teddy Might Have Spared 4 Mr Roosevelt having captured I lie attention of every one in every corner of the globe it is not surprising that tads of anil years are agog with his invasion nt Knropo A little girl said to her grandfather It was too bad that the king died before Mr Roosevelt got to Kngland wasnt it grandpa and her grandfather agreed that it was a great pity hut her small seemed dunged in deep though fhy the remark and alter shak ing hisbead with a mighty sigh lie wouldnt have shot him anj hov Xcav York Sun Pressed corned beef for cold suppers at Hetzlcrs Cooling Off To a hot perspiring man There are few Things more tiuly grateful than Falling dew liui a fellow gets the chill...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 14 July 1910

1 PAGE EIGH1 25 Per Cent Discount ON ALL CLOTHING IN OUR i t 1 li i iiUUn n 1 - i Jul r in tjii T Out-of-Town Subscrifasrs 1 mj 1 r i v - 1 V 11 1 -ii 1 i 1 I t -- it mi- In f e Way 11 t 1 1 1 von ji Ii in i r ii- I u n H iimtvsF ii w i a sn sfsa a i a a s w a u r - e a 3 i v y 5 A i r a d Ssis at j 5L4 m a kiltd UNIVERSITY MISSOURtAN j odom olddapY Cited as L inq Camp c - u ticn cf fiesc Prosie i Jotif Ode as U 7 - of iii 1 ji i 1 1 the SoDilim Wh i aft i - t ir in hit- i 11 ii- 11 -at Solution or h ii 1 1 on a ttl I tit loll John - 111 i r 1 iij that aiij V in jiatr nal r tr w thrn i ij iii tatim fi it- 4 1 i r - j j rn 1 al Tfh iii - e v j - l i f id rf gi - ii I 1 fjrtji us 1 - 1 t K rt t c ii A i v 1 f4i r 1 ill - r - V JK rt l -- - t I - r U r A Ja 1 1 uiid r fi in i xi iMl A of til m to his tiiifiia j st V t rfui mtitel tin- itiiC w ai i iij i ts j i - i ti - u 1 1 X 1 iji j 1 At TEV FLIEP IN HIC OFFICE Or -ii i nd OLR 3U3Y RICH CM Abci 76C j Farmers Nw 0n Aucmties I ajs Civ ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 July 1910

UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN volume n THE LAWN AN OUT DOOR LUG ROOM Failure Unless It Will Stand Childrens Romping Says L P Jensen PERFECTION TAKES TIME preparation of Soil Care of the Grass and Watering Are Important A lawn which will not stand the playing of children and the walking or many persons I consider a failure Jg the statement of L P Jensen of St Louis in an article in the annual report of the State Board of Horti culture which is now on the press of the state printer at Jefferson City Mr Jensen is landscape artist for the Adol phus Uusch estate in St Louis The subject of his article is Lawn Mak ing and among other things he says It takes years of patient care to produce such a lawn as I have men tioned but it is well worth the effort A lawn should to a certain extent constitute an outdoor living room for the family a large part of the year There is nothing more beautiful and frefreshing than a perfect umcrald green lawn framed with irregular plan tations of Irons shrubs anil fl...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 July 1910

PAGE TWO UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN Aa Xriatcf DiUrbr thafltodentiin the SchooloJ JoaroaUsm t the University of Missouri Bakry E Hidings Nous Kditor canrxBsixT ih89ouhian association Incorporated Kaklb Peais rnMdent Vauuun Uevast Secretary Fbancis Stewakt Ureasujur C A HAEVBY J F YtLLIAM3 Hakbv D Our Jaws J Hay J E Chasnoff OFFICE 18 SOKTH ElfHITII BTHEET TELETHONE 55 Batarad at the Postofflco at Columbia Mo as second class mall matter BUB8CHirTION PRICE Znvarlablr Jn Advance By Mall or Oarrlar By carrier per year J400 By mall per year 300 ADVERTISING RATES Oi APPLICATION Two asterisks affr reading notice- indi cate they are paid RihertMiip AddTHi all communications to UltrVBBSlTV MISSOURIAN Columbia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY POSTAL CLERKS AND SUNDAY i A movement has been started in De troit to abolish mail delivery on Sun day This opens up a large question and one of many ramifications on which much might be said on both Bides It would seem a difficult mat ter to draw the l...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 July 1910

fl a 1 l U i pr FRIDAY JULY 15 1910 gfl SiGIAtOFFER EXPIRES TOMORROW- SEND IN YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS NOW All Candidates WishingJo Take Advantage of Special Jewelry Otter Must Bring in Their Subscriptions Tomorrow Saturday July 16th In some respects the Missourians great voting contest for the Lombard Pianos and other valuable prizes is like a political election There is however one wide divergence between this and a local election repeating may be done effectively and with perfect safety in voting for Lombard Piano Candidates It is invited This is an equal suffrage plan Ev erbody of all ages and both sexes is Invited to ote for their favorite who has enrolled her name in the contest This is one race in which the victors will be women exclusively It Is not necessary that voters register be prop erty holders have lived in any terri tory or neighborhood for any stipu lated length of time There are no restrictions All may vote as often as they wish as heavily as they choose all that is nece...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 July 1910

- PAGE FOUR 1 This coupon and 200 entitles you to your choice of any Hat original values up to 1200 in stock 2 OR- This coupon and 4 00 entitles you to your choice of our beautiful line of 5 Silk Petticoats fiacsstmBismiMiAtmiss23Kms LEATHER BAGS Your choice of this 200 line of carriage bags in green brown tan black and black patent leather 95c BELTS A good line of elastic belts in all colors red green brown tan and black embroideried plain and some trimmed in patent leather Worth up to 75c for 15c Unlold bargains in Wash Dresses andWash Suits Muslin Underwear Hosiery and Toilet Goods udiitrJuotiGi New Hat Did It The Itewin r 1 cant thirk hov you managed to keep jour head above a ter till i reached you Out nf Reach yir air out for me unattainable Xo but my hands do when ny bus- The Rescued i had a new hat on band is not at home- tr Hi Cleveland Leader j button- j the iatit of -- gowns that i jisl cant reach Houston Post T G Burkhardt representing the Chalmers -Motor To h in the city...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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