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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 August 1921

j T- t H il - PACE FOUK WOMAN SHOWS PROWESS AS SAILOR IN TRIP Mrs Kellcy Accompanies Hus band on Cruise Across At- lantic in Small Motor Schooner VOYAGE TAKES 33 DAYS Couple Make Journey to Attend Yacht Races for British American Cup and Cow es Regatta IJr At ram J Wist iVnitrd Press Stall Correspondent Cowls Isle of Wright By MsiU Jl was ke of adicnture on the lugh reas and the determination to share the discomforts and peril of her husband that prompted Jrs Kelley wife of John II kellcy of New lorlu to accompany liim on a oage from cw London Conn to Cowes in the 21 ton auxiliary rnotor scoonrr Diablesse which made tlie trip in thirty three days It is doubtful whether any woman ha ventured to cron the Atlantic in such a tiny craft as Diablese which lying at moorings near the Fountain Tier proudly fljing the Stars and Stripe at llic stem ha hern the cynosure of all the eyes of Yachting people and the mar iners who have a great admiration for the adventurous pint of the sea Mrs Kellc...

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. — 27 August 1921

DECREASESfiT HOTEL HGCES NT EXPECTED Tart Owner of Tavern Here Ex- plains Why Kales Have Not Declined in Months euojic3s SLACK NOW Says Hold Business Now Offers Wonderful Opportunities to Trained Tounc Men v- Hold Price VM SoJ fcc drcrea H for ome ijmj pt Allk part owner of - SCj L Tavrrn anl JkhJnc Iin -1 i i9ln I0181 rl m0 M rtock of the MeufclcUch andlUnbfe lwtel in Kansas Gly believe that hold liricw in ceneral rr low Mlien UJlllfp ahd lc rreclallnn cli are cnjjJere The hotrl liit of a generation - lis US1 and the modern iusiCM man has taken his place Mr Allis aid Tlic ilav when a hotel kcciwr fiEuro In profits as the ilitTrtt HtfC lx tneen ht he put In III pncVcL anJ luoV tui mc pine flic war taught Jiotd men it tauplit men in many other lines of bui mS tliat if they eneer loltttf iff busi ncsMlie mut CominAiiflepiocuhn on their tmpnent ani ndopt modern method f Iwttrcpingo cmV up llieir nncraimg emit Mr Allls con linucfl The hSij 1 tilljinsw vtim tfDndcrfa ornoiimihi for tUilJ...

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. — 27 August 1921

i PACE SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening rxccit Sunday by ihr Missotirian Publish ins Association Int Jay H Neff Hill ColumKa Missouri - ALFONSO JOHNSON Mapiacct SUIISCMPTION HATES Gly Year t00 6 months 2D0 3 months HJOO By ihc week 10 cents single topies 5 cent By Mail in Boone County Year iSX 6 months 1150 4 month im Outside ihr county Year 450 3 months 125 minlh -15 cents IayaMe in adtance Member Audit Bureau of Grcu lations Ijilrred as fccondIa mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Grculation 55 HELP FOB THE FAKMER rtillural bloc and is to the farmer what the manufacturers bloc is to the man ufacturer Senator Krnyon of nr lias long inter ested himself In the farmers cause he is a firm owner but 3 he is a lawyer b profession and practice He is the chairman at the meetings of the agricul tural group but denicft that br is the ag ricultural blochead as one newspajicr called him When this esion of Congress hal bate adjourned says Senator Ke...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 August 1921

CLASSIFIED ADS Half Cent Word a Day FOR SALE d all for price on one 75000 E ArCollins 1203 E Broadway Phone MX C 309 VflR 5AIK llv iwnr fllllir mmlrn fire room house rIoe to Univcrsitv and Stephens College Reason for selling toying acreage Phone 378 L 305tf FOR SALE A number of single beds u4 springs double beds springs and jutrresses straight chairs and rockers chifTeiiniers and washstands Cood values Oil at office 10 to 12 a m or 4 to 6 p m Christian College C 30tlf FOR SALE An Linderwood typewriter ia good shape Price 3000 if sold at coce Phone 263 or 658 black D30S FOR SALE Attractive even room swCern Iiouse on Wilson avenue hard vood floors 7250 Extra good Iwilve room modern houv on Hut street 8 SOO Beautiful modern souln side home doe in six rooms slcsoinz Dorch and ran parlor hardwood doors throughout 7000 If you are looking for a home see ss today Care end Fiader phone 519 C 306 FOR SLE One of the finest Iiouse ia Columbia fourteen rooms lot 197 1 2 by 324 507 Stewart road a...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 August 1921

m Hi PACE EIGHT MAY HARNESS CONGOS POWER Belgian Engineer Says African River Could Supply Elec tricity to All Europe Riiurau By Mail lo United Press Transmission of sufficient molile pow er from Africa lo drive all the train lirhl all the lonns anJ run all the fac tories nf Europe is tlie aim of a scheme dncnbnl here by tlie Belgian engineer F Anderheggen in the National Beige The Congo Rher in Africassid lliel originator ot Hie plan discnargcs it lcat 80000 cuhic meters of walex per - scond from its reerToir at Stanley Pool oer the Liingon FaIltojbe sea outlet al Boma and Matadi Tun hundrrd million holKf ower is thus watted said Mr Anderheggen vim fujeested that this vast mass of water force should be carried through pipe undtr high procure into electric genera ton in the Lower Congo Tlitnce in the form of high tension slettric current this vast povier would lit ent to Europe along the Atlantic roast through Senegal and Morocco and beneath tlie straits of Gibraltar Carried otcr a d...

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. — 29 August 1921

4 nl in twent iiune baptism- and Inter ndililiiuis to the eliutih WOULD KEEP TROOPS AWAY Tliin Inlcinnlioiiali Si Ilaiicc Inlciidh to At lack Soviet flt storf rrM 1iNluiV Ann -All appeal to tlie tfiilleii id llir Woild to pieienl tlie ill palih ol Allied Hoops to Silettla lia lieru litmiplil nil in li I In- Ihlid Inlrr tiallmiale iiiiiiiiling to illnpati hen Thp IkH today feTlhe pus Iniiinlioll deelaied that Hoops ling tiiiiinlioiis aie being sent In M in in otler I lull Ilame MM iillak Hie Itii fiiin Nun I unveiitnienl in llir Onlll il the fniiiiue Il as eili ulvi VjImi lliiiiiaiin ami Iolaml aie IliilireV ttnllipliees ill llie pint M0KIJ VOCATIONAL KTIUIKNTH lltudli SnM MiikI nf Tlnlil it TnUr Aurlnillure anil Jnuriinllnm Ji A lllndle loi lll ltieVHHir ol the IVihial Isianl fot niiiillinnl Mililenlt Hvhli lieailipiaitem at hillieoihe l in BGillllllhla llllklllg lllinilgellielila fur llle Vrjiiiiiilliii ol mote mi nllminl Mir ili hete tin IhII mU llioilie said theie piilinlly would...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 August 1921

PACE TWO r rWifKBW - yT ARCOS SENDING SIBERIA RELIEF ARCTIC ROUTE 25000000 Flolalla Will Carry Much Needed Tools and Household anil Farm Supplies MAY BE UNSUCCESSFUL Directors of All Russian Co Oierative Society Says Undertaking lb Ex- V periment By Lioid Aucn United Press Stall Correspondent LoMo I By Mail Under command nf the veteran Polar navigator Captain Oito Sverdrup a 5000000 flotilla of specially equipped ships is read to start fiom England Germany and 5weden in to tlie dangerous all but unchartered water of tlie Arctic Ocean carrying car goes of essential commodities for tliejle people of far away Siberia Tliis expedition is being engineered by tlie All Rusian Co operative Society of London better known a Arcos the purchasing organization of tlie Rusian Soviet government George Solomon rlirector of Arcos in an ccluivc interview with tlie United Press frankl tiplained that tlie ous undertaking i an experiment it may not succeed Though every known precaution is being taken in...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 August 1921

I News of Columbia Society Hiss Una Baslett end Miss Elizabeth Rritkl wneh editors uill appreciate it if yn mil trlt phone society hems be- jit tKis fall J 1 o cluch Telephone 320 IMir ii the lnt Leather anJ the in oraiH rjsi f rJuJorte the average Cn Ininbia nation veins to be lining little Urn fi mal plfs ures ltul the fra ternitiea ami iiorities win luir been tv quiet luriir the summer arc coin in to hie again anJ are ciiMiik creat Ilia s fur till Mllllini term Hsnprlqlk tit fii l vitl Ill unlet f the xiKcr that br iush ik this jear is limittil to fui onlv It will begin tonnrmn atul will hst unlit Kiidat night The iiariirs will haie the filluAi ip schedule Tin dav and ThurtJa frnn 4 t o and fiun 7 W to ltl lll M k and ltidjv from 730 10U uVLhL Mi and Mr- 11 U llattm 100 Col leyi t ntertainid with two tables of I tidge Saliinlj melt in liuuorf Mr Ilaltons Iiirlhdiv The iies wore Mn J IM rst Mis Drace Mi- Wid F Snniu Mrs Klla Smith Mi Kilvard Italian lA Simon and 11 1 Simon Mi Main...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 August 1921

SSf PAGE FOUR T UNIVERSITY NEWS iff I K Joe Bardwell of bcdaha relumed this saoming to enter llie Unnertit I F Brown a student in the School if Journalism ho lias been gone on the eight weeks field trip of the reology de partment returned today Professor B T Hoffman spole jester day at the Capli t Clmich at Alma on The Great CommaiiHincnt He 1111 return this evening or tomorrow morn ing Misi Anna Dean Dulaney assistant in the U S Public Health Lahoratnry at the Medical Building spent the week end at her home in Slater Professor DIl Scott Menl to St Louis Saturday on business for a few days I Miss Martha Cheapens of El Pao Tex tho left the Lnnersity last year on account of illness vill re enter the School of Journalism GAS KAISGES We hare on display a complete line of A B high grade Gas ranges many new patterns Special low prices arc in Newman Hardware Company 901 Broadway Phone 234 Adi Mis Frances Sanders No 8 Wafon J t place will crc meals to Unicruy j faculty people beginning Wedn...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 August 1921

111 AT THE THEATERS Columbia Some time apo Mary Iiolxrts Iline Iiarl vrnt a inry for tlie Saturday Kvrn inp lrf onlill Empire IuilcI rO vhirJi wat rail Ii million1 of readers Tlii Hoi- under tlie new title of Its Orrjt Lile i m in film form and ill 1 ih atla ion al tiie Columbia Tlica ti r toncl1 and TucmU Tlw -inn i lc writers keenest ri1e ami alie witli effrrjriire and liUnior Tin- Mr i of a boys iirrp rJiud and it s piiit of youtli and aden tute No parent ran fail to appieciate it and iri i lio ami pirl ill frt 1 in it liiat niiliiluble bond tlie affinity of yiutli for tin mmanec of joulb Tltf Slume a Fontaine lox rnmeilk alo on tbe program li I were lulljltil to till bisbcfl bill 1 Vv uliovc ioe would follow me fdl tin II I nee one of tbe trailing ran- ion iliireiiirs bas iaVen tbe t mm fnn r jtKai Kiplings erse and nr u lit im i woudeiful umirtp pie r ii li nndir tb title of Mollur O Mn v ill tbe lliday and Sat- urda offennc at tbe Columbia Tbeater llinv i Home a Iarry Semon Do...

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. — 29 August 1921

1 WW J PAGE SIX THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association Inc Jay 11 Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mamcer SUBSCKIPTION RATES Gt Caihin adtince Year 400 6 months USX 3 months 100 By tho weekA10 cents single copies S cents By Mail in Boone County Year J3D0 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outside the county Year 420 3 months 1 23 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circu lations Entered as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 27 Adtertising and Grculation 55 OUR BIRTHDAY This is our birthday The Missourian isrlhirteen years old toda and as r look Lark over our short history we realize that t have had a remarkable growth and that fur r thirteen ear old f are a husky young Her We feel with a great deal of pride and satisfaction that we hate served the eople of Columbia and Boone Count well or we could not hate enjoed such growth As stated in Volume L Number I tin Missourian is fo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 August 1921

rr r i mi Feature bamc bunuaj Afternoon ICblumbia lot lo the undefeated Mo- mini unusual plai costli error and ftnatij hit and a peat dial of tpafc nodicall pood pitching The feature lid tlic pamc however wa a triple play - - Ihone 55 FOR SALE Coupe or Fod radter ITai Bci liwounan s i fks aae Trunk and Ba Factory aller Illinois V30S 312 teltresscft 6traiglit ehaim and rockers j M fonniers and washstands Cinid values al nfrirs 111 li 1 A m fir 4 lo 0 ktL Ciinstian College C304tf fffDli SALE A good four room hnue jsa jared street water and lights lot jSa yincc S15i000 will Ticcept PJtrait of S250 cash and balance at V3J00 per month Good eight room tmsc on Siutli Side fullv modern Jot puce SOJSOO This is a real bar Good seven room houc close in 2W000 Wc liair a numlx r of good Wes for sale from SI 0 00 lo 12- KBJH T E Winlom Really Company tJrebangc National Rank Ruihlmg looms -103-4 feia liomc Corner lot JiillO East X fnat cigbt large rooms bath mom on i Acr 630 p m or address Home Ow...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 August 1921

EslisECTfisrwariS tith irni TerT fTnTTmirirnfTTnwirrTii imrTiTTnnrFiifHiww JtihMiiwi dw riiM IiHW W PHiiii1 Im i i PAGE EIGHT ra - f - MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Miss Dhtl Alton returned home from Excelsior Spiinrs anil Scttalia SunJay Dr II P Waits went to Ilallsiillc mi business today Mrs 5 A 1ratlier is spending tlie ilaj in Centralis Prof John S AnVeney left for llic Eal nrt Iii vacation trip trala S E Schooler wlw has for en here on buincs relurneil In Hallsville lodaj Mrs Ann Otto vvlin has liecn visiimp Airs A M Schwabs rcliirmd to her home in Centraha toda Mrs Kalplt Finlcy and two daughters nf St I uuis are visiting Mrs J A SlcH ait W T Kites of Halls die who ha liren tiMlinp Mrs W T Estes here returned to his home todai Mrs Bell isclinolcr went to Halille today to visit her titter lire James Tay lor Arch Stewart and famil hac mnvrcl from 1016 Walnut street into their new secn room brick luinjulovv on HinLvn Mii Violet MarlsVtclI who was the pilot of E 0 Wheeler anil famil 60S fca...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 August 1921

1 i j rgM IM iinjiTiiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiimninffiriiiiMipr 1 f JfjBjJBK vfr 51 3Fveraj34aae3uEasijM953ft3cfraraftraFevBan wav y3 3MsaP5s 3iS7S2rrwffvs5ii r v t V J 1 THE COLUMBIA FOURTEENTH YEAR tchools varies from the almost incred ible figure of 25 to 900 far the school year The estimate of 50 a jear for room rent given in the Universal cat alng mi be a little below the average but certainly 75 to 90 a ear would cover the bousing nreds of the most ex acting student For a chool jear of two terms the Inivcrsitj of Missouri catalog gives a suggested budget that requires only 150 The University of Michigan the Uni versity joUlimoif Amherst and Harvard Womens colleges make a still heavier iaaind on parents than the state St titles Tuition and board at Vassat Strosts 800 without figuring other ex- ypoises Wellesley charges the same iule estimates of Smith are only about HM less In snitc of the Inch cost nf attending Universities located in the large cities like Columbia University llie Unive...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 August 1921

ffisP l i 17 f PAGE TWO t n LESS MISSOURI LIVESTOCK FED LAST QUARTER Increase in Numbers Due to Birth of Calves Colls and Sheep Since April 1 FEEDING UNPROFITABLE Low- Prices Have Caused Many Feeders This Summer to Count Losses Rather Than Gains There arc 3005000 cattle 907000 liora 411000 mules 3917000 lings anili 1318000 sheep on Missouri iirm according to the second quarter in quirv of the Jive stock nrvc work made h H A Logan agricultural statistician of tlic U S liurrau of Market and cnp Estimate anil Jewell Majts lar of the State Hoard of Agriculture Tlic report covers tlic quarter from April 1 to JuU 1 and will be made in the future in October Januan April and Jul The report just issued was compiled laic because of the latcicss in receiving scliedule Tlic report dis lose that on July 1 there were being fed on Missouri farms 21 5000 cattle 793000 hogs and 182 000 which is a smaller number for each class than was on feed at tlic end of the firt quarter AIiMouri farmers arc plow...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 August 1921

i News of Columbia Society UiM Edna Baikctl end Miss Elittlcth J guests Mrs Kale Guild Mrs II 1 llrani and Miss Margaret Samp son Time who will assist in the front rooms will Mrs J C Jones Mrs Bern Mrhver Ml C C lbihng Mrs Sam Hunt Assisting in the hall ill he Mr Vi hmighl Miss Lizzie ITultz Miss leatl Michcll and Mii s Caaline Sampson In tin dining room ill b Mrs I liradfoid Mrs Joe Estes Mrs J L Thornton Mi Julia Jjanij m Mi Ma llults and Miss Sa rail Kallierini land In the lihrar the following ladii s will sent- punch Mr 11 Miller Mrs T F S itlon Mis I tin lKnlil Mis Lvaln button Mis inuina Hunt and Miss Mar Su san D les The dining innni will he - it iiil r in uijikrilni nns and carnations Hie fame color scheme nil lie carried out n Hireatimenis Ifn the is if the houe fall Harden flow ers i f all colors will he used There will he aUut 1W guests The Margaiel Elnang i irile of Kings will lneil next Thur sla af temivm at 2 0 lk at the home of Mr lte lark Butler apartmenls 13Io iitli...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 August 1921

i mi if rrtfffty I i i mum iwiimiii nwi imwnr n n MwmfcmwiEas JSSSm i KSBmBHEmmmMssmmMBmRgaassmmmmMg wmSmBSBmSSsrmsr r - l if j - PAGE FOUR - if IK rn Tl i w BOLIVIA ASKS A REVISION OF CHILI TREATY Expected to Caute tlie Bitterest Fight of Leagues Session Which Open Sep tember 5 -CHILI ATTACKS LEAGUE Bolivia Claims Treaty Was proved by Force and Some Articles Were Never Filed Bv Itart Wood United Press Stall Correspondent Cdceva By Mail VTithuut doubt the bitterest fifiht to come before the Second General Assembly of tbe League of Nations which convenes here on September 5 will be that made in Bo livars request that the League revise her 1901 treaty wilh Chili which marked the close of the great Pacific war The fight which Chili has already made known she will put up will ha e - v -ii i l ii m Aliases fim ui an iia the right of the League even to put the question on the program for cussion Secondly should the Assembly decide that the president and the secretariat were right in placi...

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. — 30 August 1921

r BEAUTY IS NOT NOW PROBLEM OF NEW DRESS English Girls Adt Is It ness Like Gay Colors Short Skirts Low Necks Tabooed LMFOHM IffmSCUSSED London Husiness Men Opposed to Bobbed Hair and Feel It Their Right to Lay Down Law IlY ilAIICAliHT VjHTm London Ilv Mail Nut is it lyV Iiut is il Iiuincfilikc is what i iris arc asking each other just now in London Tim whole question of office dress ha been Mewing since tlie girls were admitted lo the front desks where they e hovel the money about of Ignition hanks At a recent meeting of bankers in tlie litv a M ry solemn affair one of the serious questions discuscd but not stilled was whether it would be ad laLIc lu iut their girl clerks into uni form In tome of the hanks in llie city the women have always had to wear a sort of talk liule overall which they at first itsentcd very much but finally submitted to it becaus of its economy In other banks pills have worn an tiling they liked and gradually the frilly clothes the boblied hair and the jazz j...

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. — 30 August 1921

I - I THE COLUMBIA EVENING IT - MISSOURIAN - - i m P Il i i Hv Published eTtry evening except Sunday by the Missourian Publish ing Association Inc lay II Nell Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mjuiacei SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash inadrance YearW0 6 months 2 DO 3 months 100 B the week 10 cents unfile copie 5 cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months 100 Outsitle the county Year 450 3 months 123 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Grcu lations Entered as econd clas mail matter TELEPHONE Newt 274 Advertising and Crculation 55 LEGISLATION FOR HOMES The American home is the foundation cif our great nation and jet little at tention is given bj our lawr malcr to the home In Congress there are bloc for the manufacturer for the railroads fo iVallvtfreet for the farmer and for near 1 every other interest but none for the housewife or the girl who i going to be a housewife Every man in Congress regardless of politics or business connections should ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 30 August 1921

ft i u Phone 53 J the concrete stands to watch the ath lete Jimm Phelan head coach of foot- FOR SALE Buick Sedan Run 6003 miles Two original tires Will take in Fonl Coupe or Ford roadster Ivo junk Box X Missounan R 309 10R SLE Trunks Bass Suitcases Uh pa tvo middleman profits Ru from factor direct bend for free cata log Acme Trunk and Bag Factor Spring Vallc Illinois A 306 312 FOR SLE Six iron beds mattresses and springs Call 403 D 308 FOU SLE INcw sccn mrnn Mnctl modem Iiouu across from Unncrsilj pnnl terms only fi750 nifty fuc rom cottajrc Blricllv modern do to Uni irralj 1900 six room bunpalo south ftlilc near business district v szcrficej for quick sale ecn room liouse mod- h in ai ancc Splendid roominc 1iolc cood 1rmlinn hrt f r rtndilirin nnlv S7 sWl Flvnn Flnn 813 Walnut Phone 1103 or 319 F 309 KM50 price 56500 This is a real bar CUD Good seven room house rinse in jK5000O Wc have a number of good JtiWj for sale from 1250 00 to 12 Wjt00 T E Wisdom Really Company itjjchtnge Nat...

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