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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 16 August 1921

feari m ft V4 EM Br JS I K M S lv - R ti f i It ivac to iiit fe i I 1 - W S It IK -Or I r H it 1 ifef M r B K fciw fc Bf Ka IV rACB FODIE THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURn Published every evening except Siimliy by the Jliisourian Pnblish ing Association Int Jay IlT Nell Hall CtlnmniaMreSouri ALFONSO jdHNSOtf MahAcs SUBSqRIPJION RATES Gty Cash JiOO 6 months 2D0 3 months 100 vtly the eeij 10 cents single copies S BfMsil indoone County Year 300 6 months 1150 4 months II 00 Outside the county Year 450 3 months J1 25J raontli 45 cents Pa able in alliance Mcrahcr AifdirBurcau of Circular lions Enlcredf asjajcond lass mail matter TELEPHONENUMBERS NrW 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 VINDICATION A table of statistics recently published by the Sare aIife League shows that the number of adult suicides was 3738 more during the first sir months of this 5carlhan during the same period last jear Instances of self slaying among children just doubled during the first six months of this ear the rate s...

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. — 16 August 1921

m f It I- phone 55 FOR SALE pOR SALE Five room house rood cnli jak floors close Jo Unhersity 4 50Q New four room- cottage J2750 Sxroom bungalow close in S500 Tell improTed suburban hope 17 acres coflOOl Seven room brick bungalow eSKi 8000 Flynn Flynn 813 TPjlnut Phone 1103 or 31 J F 296 JOR SALE Hemstitching and picot- jut attachment works on all sewing ma chines Price i00 pcrsonalchecb 10c ctcts eflra Lights Mailorder House Alabama Box 127 Birmingham LrOUl vT CUT TVttl e Whl P middlemen profits Buy from factor direct Send for free cata log Acme Trunk Bag Factor Spring Valley 111 - -A-291 FOR SALE Five room house modern except heat full tiie concrete basement one acre and half of ground with woven xin fences small frujt started hen houses and good barn Close Jo school This is a small farm in town that will feed a family Phone 801 Vfhite for par ticultrs B 300 FOR SALE One nine room house with bath all modern conveniences In tret class condition On paved street near high school Price...

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. — 16 August 1921

F I i f PACE SIX MISSOURI CROP REPORT SENT BY WIRELESS Radio and Wireless Telephone for First Time in History t Carry Missouri Crop News to Press CORN HELPED BY RAINS The Predicted Yields Are Less Than Last Year and Low er Than the Last ID Year Average SedaU t Aug 16 MiseounV Centen nial birthday crop report a released to the prra of tlie Mate and nation by the radio or xireless telephone station of the Board of Agriculture Marketing purest for the firrt time in the history cif state federal cooperation brings the fcoodly ncs of 181513000 bushels of coin 29723000 bushels of wheat 38 60000 bushels of oats and -3731000 Ions of hav the grand total jields on the Center States 263001 farms in 1921 J E A Logan agricultural statistician of the U S Bureau of Crop Estimates m and Jevell Macs secretary of the fcouri State Board of Agriculture jointly announce the condition of Missouri corn a R2 per cent against 84 last August July leather conditions vere unfavor able to com during the latter ...

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. — 17 August 1921

K fc N 31 Iff WWh pANY FACULTY ipMNGESJIADE AT STEPHENS fPbarters Continues Director of h Educational Policy Miss Burrall of Religious Training -JEW DEAN OF WOMEN iSiil Gauntlelt and Miss Ross CTSto HaveChargc of Con- rfrf scrvatory of Music lliis Tear 5 Stephens College will open Bbrt 13 with approximately its average V1ti ri f stmnn nt W nwnritint In ej - r 7 r rCmc M Wood president The college - jtar will open September 14 with an t iaJonnal rercption lor the new students by the former students The formal tperiing will be held at 8 a ra Septem bet IS and class work will begin Ira s ncdialcly afterward Dr W W Charters will continue to tire charge of the educational policy of jjLjlbc college and Miss Jessie Burrall will BJUreraain a professor of religious ednca fion Miss Gladys Pennington a grad- atle of the University of Illinois will assist Mis BurralL Miss Grace Pemberton has reslcncd a dean of women to accept the position of superintendent ol the public schools at Ironwood Wis ...

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. — 17 August 1921

mi PAGE TWO FORMER JAPAN PREMIER SEES WORLD PEACE Marquis Qkuma in Lcllcr to Dean Williams Praises Americas Effort to End Strife SAYS WAR IS ABSURD Predicted Ten Years Ago That International Jealousy Will Be Superseded by Good Will Recent national discussion of diffi culties bcturcn the United States and Japan make of interest an extract from a letter written hjr Marquis OLuma to Dean Walter Williams of the School of Journalim of the University of Mis souri Marquis Okuma former Premier of Japan founder of Waseda Unrrcrsit one of the Ccnro of elder statesmen is one of the oldest and most influential of Japanese statesmen He writes I am alas looking upon the won derful development of national life of the United States of America with great admiration and respect It is not simpl because oMlicr manelnus progress in material tide though it is indeed in itself worthf f higli admiration In my wevr such great progress is simply an external sijpi of something deeper implanted in American lif...

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. — 17 August 1921

News of Columbia Society Miss Edna Baskelt end Mhs Ruth Kartell society editors uill appreciate it if you uill telephone society items be lueen 9 and 12 oclocl Telephone 274 Mis Madge LaForce and Ii II Bran stetir wire married at noon today at the home of tlic Rev TV W Young 1303 Rosemary lane Tinwedding was private only the families and immediate friends being present The bride was drcsfd in a daik blue mir and a red vel vet Iiat llcr attendant Miss Nita Col lier was also dressed in a jytii Slade kendrick friend of the groom acted as Lest man Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for a two weeks wedding rip- They -will cpend a part of the time visiting Mr BranstcterB relatives in Bowline Green On llnir ictiirn thev will make their home at 201 South Sixth street Mrs Bransictcr is a daughter cf Mr anil Mrs A L LaToru of 314 lint treit She is a graduate of Columbia High School and is a junior in the Col lege of Arts and Science Mr Bran Meter received his II S in Agriculture i...

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. — 17 August 1921

T I1 C TOUR THE COLUMBIA EYEWNG MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by th Mjssourian infc Association iiic Jay IL Neff Hall Columbia Missouri v ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaces SUBSCRIPTION HATES Oty CasuTin advance Year400 6 rnonthj J2JM f montlis JUKI Br IKe weel lb cents single copies 5 cents By Mail In Boone County Year 136 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 450 3 months 1125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 REVERSED ACTION In the evolution of our civilization lime was when no centralized govern ment was present to settle the differ ences of groups or individuals That was in the days when the people of the earth were semi barbaric Every home and every clan had their weapons of defense Cr aggression as the case might be and warfare and feuds were the rule rather than the exception With the progress of time these primary wars were for...

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. — 17 August 1921

IS phone 55 Z jesxpt heal fall concrete basement acre and nan oi grouna wun -woven iie fences small fruit started hen ijiws and good barn Close to school fail is a small farm in town that will ii fmilv Phone 801 Whitc for Cfrs B 3001 IQK SALE Desiring to purchase a lifcstd car 1 offer at a bargain mj 1921 SMM Auburn Beaut Six Touring Car Q 6 weeks Dr C M Snccd 909 IjjaSt S 300 fcjplt SALE One of the finest houses Srolurabia fourteen rooms lot 197 1 2 IB -- tfllt 507 Stewart road a bargain tfliWO f old promptlj Col Joseph iTtwer Phone 905 black F 294tf hmtt SLE Coles Hot Blast kitchen fjiEpToTiolcs Good as new uscdonly sliort time Can be seen at office of M 23 Trailer j jwj fefOR SALE Gilcs Hot Blast kitchen f liwp at one third of cost It M Smith I IjB South Williams St S 300 U - JBft TOR SLE A good four room house nEfcg paved street water and lights lot 50xlW pure iwuwi m accept otajmenl of 250 cash and balance at 1 15D0 per montli Good eight room kme on iouth aide lully moqern lot ...

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. — 17 August 1921

vH St- Ft Cm r s I- 3 PAGE SK MY BE DELAY IN SELECTION OFDELEGATES Constitutional Convention May Be Delayed Until Su preme Court Passes On Rcdislricting TEST BY DEMOCRATS Republicans Believe That Party Opponents Will Fight State Officers Reloca tion Measures St Louis thy mall Calling pi a special election to dmue delegates lo the Missouri ron lilotionit comeniian roaj be delareo until the state supreme court h parsed en the validity I the senatorial retrictinj b the governor attorney reneral and secretary of state Possibility of the entire norV of the con tention being npct b the courts if a tit of rcJitrietinf is not made until aflrr the comentien m ets was called to the attention of John 31 AlUnson presi dent of the Misonri JCe Constitution Ixague In a letter from VT K James ol St Jojeph one of the actie orlers in j the new constitution movement jester 1 d i the last time lire state bv the three state officers in Gov Ma jors administration the supreme court held the redistricting ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 18 August 1921

I I PI THIRTEENTH YEAR W MILL TAX MAY BE VOTED j KJiX ui i W Suggests Chamber of Com merce lake up yuesiion Would Vole on It Next Year SITES SUGGESTED Permits Special Levy 100 Voters Mustbign retition to Get Question in Election A sriecial levy f two milt for llie gallon and maintenance of a public Slimy be voted upon in the cit dec ipscest year The question will Lc con f3flri it the next meeting of the board i directors of the Commercial Club tklk nurchase of a cit nark has been I WBelwl to R PresiJent f ne MlCBBfrtial Club and the proposal ha SleO referred to the city development IHoBBinee of the organization of which Tsftfl aiCUUUCH 19 UUIUIWll -I JlUUUt nil ws been advocated ny me v ommcr ralOob for cveral years but no Jat eps have been taken by tlie organ- dan Ja act aullioniing a special levy ol m mills for the creation and main- axz of a public park was passed in fit special session of the Legislature thi vpunti and is now effective since the satire carried an emergency claus...

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. — 18 August 1921

u 5S v E ut i k t r PACETSTO GTTY WITHOUT STREET CARS IS SATISFIED Des Moines Cars Suspended Service Aug 3 Result of I 55 Year Figlil Willi City Council BUSSES GOT BUSINESS Street Railway Company Could Not Operate Cheaply Enougli to Compete Willi Them Bv Herbert Iittle United Pits Staff Correspondent Drs Moims la Ihy mail De Moines tlie unlj steel earless fcig city in tlie country loda was riding to worL as usual Bi omnibu es loaded to the alers cdje are earning WJOOQ passenger a da The are coiering errr one of the ninel miles of canine formen seraed by the lrollcjs Tlie 30000 industrial employe of the cil hate all got to orL on time oery day There has been a minimum of traffic accident becaufe the pedestri ans liaie only to looV out for automo biles Although Des Moines a cm of 132- 000 is scattered widely oier Si square miles of terntnn there has been no con certed movement to bring the trolleys LacL Tlie city council hoe fifty five year fight nith the sti Tt railoav company vas 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. — 18 August 1921

n ii 1 4 ifiA3i flw m if BasUtt end Miss Ruth r7Tf - ff ros U telephone society items be tcctl 9 w 12 TelePh 274 rju xMomicenent of the engagement it Rebecca Euans and Thomas IS pei 3litcbell Jr of Kansas Gty -was KI lltntiAnn lw hi fi n -irises Ebabeth and Jean Bright at TAriris at 1102 Hudson aenue Clev onpnjl verses on the place cards told J1 rtnrv of tli engagement and the itle f weJnB Wch will be on tjoier 21 The cuds at the rBJWeDH were Mies Rebecca Evans Mi tow1 trans cuum m itntvi ic I Cm Katnerinc Cnnle Virginia mi Ixas and 11 1icrce Ncldermeyer sjtrj George A trans KO Virginia at l 11 Clinxl n is a iuiiiui ill uic jhiji ui iimi1im and a member of the Kappa air Gamma sorority Mr Mitchell is in the University and f sto a student a jumper of the Phi Delta Theta bcoioa GrifK a student in the school Joirmalim for the summer term re Jtsrned jevterday lo her home in Green- - Sdt CM C will S1K JIU nc wimii - B 1 Pln IMilnn Tf v tie formerly attended school Mrs VWcy lllackmorc retu...

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. — 18 August 1921

ft ft- It fe V I- Wt Ifc r PACE TOUR 4aWKA Tr4rs5 THE COLUMBIA EVENING tylSSOURIAN Published every evening eaccpt Sunday by tbe Missourian Publish ing Association Inc Jay II Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Makcoi - SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance YcarMOO 6 months S2JJ0 3 months J0O -By the week JO cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone Canty Tear 1m 6 months 150 4 monlhs J100 r Outside llie county Year fI50 3 months L25 month 43 cents Payable in advance t Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second class mail majjer TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising end Circulation 55 BRING THE CONVENTION Conventions are a great factor in the development of tbe transient population of a cit and in giving a community di rect advertising Few persons however recognize their value to such a city as Columbia a community with a large uni versity and two girls colleges Surface indications do not always show- the icct value convention it is an error money spent by V...

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. — 18 August 1921

-- - i - - - - - - ilT CLASSIFIED A DS imported turban If SALE Desiring to purchase a cf 1 o at hargain my 1921- likjj Aulam Beauty Six Touring Car - Or C M SneeJ 909 1 Street 3 Transit SOl rno slIC One of the finest houses tlft Colombia fourteen rooms lot 197 1 2 k S Sewart roatJ a bar8n IIP r rnif tfisiio Jlione wm - fOR 4LE Coles Hot Blast kitchen - 6 holes Good as new used only ithorl tune Can be seen at office of J 300 jn SALE Nine room stone bun- J Seeping porch hot water heat MK Eidgeway 706 Stewart Road R 300 lt ii fOR SALE Eight room modem house jjl air neau uwu iagc nu uui iiatu Veil located near University cd colleges Easy terms Phone 1312 Httt Mrs K M Taylor T 300 Hot Blast kitchen t it one tnird i cosi iu ai ormin South Williams St 30QV pi- KJ0R SALE A good four room hov B pivrd street water and lights lot J60 price 155000 will accept jsraient of 250 cash and balance at JliK per month lood eight room Imk on South Side fully modern lot ShlSO price 6500 This is a real bar...

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. — 18 August 1921

vf s i u PAGE SK SUZANNE LENGLEN LOSES IN TENNIS TO AMERICAN After Losing One Set She Defaults When Attacked by Se vere Cough After losing the first set of the Wom ens Tennis Title Tournament to Mrs Molla Bjurttedt Mallory at Forest Hills N Y yesterday afternoon Mile Su zanne Lenglen French tennis vender and champion of Europe became hysterical ami defaulted to the American champion The French girl showed signs of weak nes in the seventh game of the first set Unable to nuke IicadVa against the for mer Norse champion she as attacked b a soerecoughing At the beginning of the second set the was fairly staggering around the court Before a point Iiad been scored her right hand dropped Kith her racket and sJic raised her left hand as a sign of defeat Heeling to a Meant chair under the referees stand she collapsed in the seat Mrs Mallor talked oer to her amid applause shook hands and left the court Dr T IJ Darringer of Ne York wa calleil attend Mis Lenglen He said that she had suffered a r...

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. — 19 August 1921

fc Former President of Board of University of Missouri LI D 91 for nt r president of the Board of Curators 1 It jiWftlj1 11 THE COLUMBIA E THIRTEENTH YEAR 2RANCIS WILL GIVE 1000 TO MU MEMORIAL Curators Announces Sub s scription to Cam- I paign Fund LONG LOYAL TO SCHOOL SSajs No More Appropriate Re nicmbrance Could be Es tablished for Those Who Gave Lives One thousand dollars for the Missouri Memorial Union lias been subscribed bj David It Francis an alumnus of I he ltllehip Dreadnought which was ati r nin i ennrvwv nniinds fccen sold for 44000 pounds and is e broken up The Hindustran an- tittleship lias been sold for 36000 ras for the same nurnose HiTmi at Fnir in Kirksrille XKeilr R7tit r p tiwitHi lecturer lac State UnirI nf Arrleulture will iA at tlie Ailair Countv Fair at tVlrir VlnUr r ihr second day Ilfce fair Mr Wright will speak in t afternoon THE WEATHER For Gilurabia and icinity Probably a local thundershower and cooler late to night or Saturday For Missouri Fair tonight a...

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. — 19 August 1921

rfFT Iii J rc i4 KP flft lt m ft PACETVCO fT SARGENT GAGE ARRESTS FAKE HDIOTEDMM Former Journalism Student Captures Muskogee Man Who Told Sensation- al Story FOUND IN TEXAS HILLS Newspaper Man Showed Spe cial Police Reporter Card to Eldridge as Authority How a former student of ie School of Journalism captured Malcolm I ridge nhose faked kidnaping story was the sensational news on the front page of the Middle West ncitspapers for set era netls recently i told in last Sun days issue of the MusLogee Olla Daily lhoenix The former Unitersity student Sergeant Cage captured Eld lidge in the hills of Eastern Texas and tiithout a warrant for the fugitives ar rest took him to Dallas Tex where the kidnaped man was turned ocr to the Muskogee chief of police Sergeant Gage who was 3 resident of Columbia fur man years and a native Missourian receded his public school and uniiersit education here attending the School of Journalism OTiile in the Uniersit he alo worked as a telegraph operator in the...

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. — 19 August 1921

I News of Columbia Society jJfu W Baskctt and Miss Ruth IJencn society cauors km appreciate Fill ioa irW telephone society items be IVfOi 9 end 12 oclock Telephone 274 ff 5 Mrs Bernard C Hunt 1327 Wilson ncmic entertained at a 1 n clock lunch- today in honor of Jlijs Edith Miller marriage to the Ilev William filnt rr of St Louis -will take nlace next Tlnrsda i lie cuests verc Jliss tdith ifilifr Mrs Walter Miller Mrs Erncl EoitL Mrs II McClure Durrowcs Miss ti JolinMon Mis Gertrude Ileinrich Jlrt E I Childers Mrs J C Jones JlIij Llod Jone Miss Catherine Jones ijlri Libhy Tliompson Mrs Cu Tliorap m 01 ji jurs joim r Ske to Indir Lncb Mrs C II Milltr Ijl Iyclnre Ilarth Mr A M Ilaird re II II Ianl Mrs Llod Cochran HnvK C Hunt and Mr Howard Taj- Mr and Mrs Wainc n Allen and lircflitcrF Frances Wajne andMaiin Mr and Mrs N D Eans and daughter IJUrj Mr and Mrs Joe Iarker and licfl fr Martha Mrs John Vaughn SCcorgc aimgSaI n IflW 3ofS r Sal wn Hill and Ituvcll Mrs James wee and ton Jimmic 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. — 19 August 1921

jgglgfggggggggtHtfKfHHHKIfttKKfKmKmKmmmmimmnmmKmmmmmmmmmmmwffmi iiuv wZISSXiziSi t V t V w 1 V rAcEfoun THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every crenlng except Sunday iy the Missourian Publish inR Association Inc Jay II Neff Hall Colombia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON MajJachi SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Glyi Casb in adrancs YcariOO 6 months 2D0 3 months JIjOO By the week JO ccau single xopicj Scrat - u By Mail in Boone County Year 3vG0 16 monUu tl50 4 months Onuide lbccpunty Year 450 3 month 3123 mjnth 45 cents Pa able in adrance Member Audit Bureau of Grcula tionS Entered w second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 -1 Adtcrlising and Circulation 55 smAlltoWn stuff It has beep the practice for jears for the editors and writers in the large city dailies to pole fun at the content of the country newspaper and the citj readers smile with the air of superiority nhen they read of this small townStuff In the eyes of the sophisticated cit dweller the reference to shortcomings of the c...

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. — 19 August 1921

fggggggkWKtKKKkWkWK W T w - w Uni jimlh n iuwrmj u J1L u miiaiuJ tfWJiftw I m IT - p i wP Br - i i i 3 If U Phone 55 FOR SALE Coles Hot ram e at one third of cost 208 South Williams St CLASSIFIED ADS Half ajCent s Word a Day FOR SALE FOR SLE Hemstitching and picot jug attachment works on all sewing Tna china Price 200 personal checks 10c cent Mtra Lights Mall Order House Box l7 Birmingham Alabama L 301 FOR SALE Five room house modem except JieaU full site concrete baement one acre and half of ground with woven ire fences small fruit started hen bouses and good barn Close to school This is a small farm in town that will fctd a famil Phone 801 While for par ticulars B 300 FOR SLE Desiring to purchase a car I offer at a bargain my 1921 tcWd Auburn Beaut Six Touring Car used 0 to eels Dr C M Snecd 909 Bn Street S30I tun SAU Attractive seven room modern hudse on Wilson avenue hard wood floors 7250 Extra good twelve room modern house on Hilt street 8- 500 Beautiful modern south side home ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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