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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 October 1920

. --- -- 3?W Pp-! K?fF33-r r. K W"r. a & rfACEJFOOT . .THE COLUMBIA-EVENING, MISSQURIAN-MONDAY, OCTOBER 11; 1920 THE COLUMBIA, EVENING MISSOURIAN wy ctmm( aacaat Saadav- It UW I PaWli I t " "T" "V7 aaeaat 5as4 N.7Tir,r stt - utto.. i, j it .--. .. uuauiu, ubm, ajimis Jakaaaa. SUBSCRlrTION HAT13 Chri Untk. 49 cealii wack. 10 inat atari, oaiea. s cik r uu l Bora Caaarri Tor. aalas. II.TS; J naataa, M ceata. I1J month s ma raraUa la aaVaaca. tliSl t MaaWr Aa&l Sanaa at Cutalaoaaa. Euand aa aecaad-claaa ami uttn. Aaei laaa foe manioc al apodal tale at poaai,, ,,.. Ul tt la Sou. 1103, An of Octooor 1, 1917. waa aaaieaaar so, 191s. TELEPHONE la'UBEXd ' .... ,. AilmtuuBf; aed Orcolatioa, ........ ,...r .. u. FIRE PBEYESTIOW. The number of fires which lave tales place in Columbia during the last few years lias been a big decrease from the lumber previous to that time Howewr, chere is still room for Improvement and with the winter approaching, great care ought to be taken to see that...

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. — 11 October 1920

?r 11 iM WMajfc..-"!-- rz-r-. ., , , ,. ,- , , -... ., . -- ml9mB&gKmlJU,M-.-.rzT--t ftgeitg3aVii.iigUVrMfiHW r;firl "ki--V In the Field of Spot t iRESULTS OF S.iTUROAi'S GAMhS Missouri 44. St. Louis U. 0. Kansas . Washburn 0. Nebraska 7. Colorado Allies 0. Washington 26. Drury 0. Kansas Aggies 55, Funston 0. Araes 23. Orinnell 0. Drake 0. Illinois 40. Ion 63, Cornell 0. Atkanas 0. Hendricks 0. Northwestern 17, Minnesota 0. Indiana 24. MMitippi 0. Michigan 35, Case 0. Chicago 20, Purdue 0. Wicorisin 27, Michigan Affirm 0. Ohio 37, Oberlin 0. California 127, Si. Mary's 0. Yale 21, rri!t Carolifta 0. Ilarraid 21. Valparaiso 0. Pcnnf 21, Swarthmore 0. Syracuse 45. Johns Hopkins 0. Princeton 31, Maryland 0. Vermont 7. Tufts 0. Columbia 14, Jf. V. U. 7, Cornell 55, St. Bonavcnture 7. Army 2T. Middlcburv 0. andeibilt 20, Tennessee 0. I CI MS riLL PHY BiiFttALL TOURNAMENT The following, baseball games will be ! played by girls in ihe University on the women's aildrtic field. October II...

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 October 1920

Ky7 V2 f- I4 ir 4 Mt?, m . ' . mmK 4E SIX '.'.... R. 0. T. G. GETS TIGER VICTORY BY WIRELESS NeWS of St. Loi'Is Hnmo Is flashed to Field Artillery unit rracticmg at McBaine. CELEBRATION IS STAGED Student Soldiers Show Results of Their Training in Test Trip Outside of Columbia. Tlw march of ihe sophomores of the imnery unit of the R. O. T. C Jo Me. Baine Saturday and Sunday nhowrd that the candidates had Some real training. In the pistol practice one cadet, A. C Nomine, firine ten shots at a distance of twenty fire )ards, made a score of nine- t) two which i a part of the remiire- ment lor qualification as expert Em class pitol ihor. The computations for the firing of the guns made by the advanced students from the battery commander po sition kere found to liave an error of less than a mile, or lot than a jard in a thousand )ards. The section consisting of twenty-three ratiet, seven enlisted men and three army officers left Kolljns Field at 8:43 o'clock Saturday morning. They took wi...

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. — 12 October 1920

THE COLUMBIA ifclG MSSOURIAN 1 . . 1 , . ' - ' -& ' " ' -. . . , . I I . . . - . THIRTEENTH YEAR CUMiWGS TO GIVE ADDRESS HERE FRIDAY Congressman Byrnes and Leon ard Omerod Speak at Hall Theater at 8 O'Clock Tonight. ATKINSON TOMORROW Boone County Gets Lion's Shaie of Democratic Speakers for This Week. Boone County, banner Democratic count) n the state, is getting a lion' share of widely known Democratic spcak ere. Today Congressman Joseph W. Byrnes of Kentucky. Leunartl Omerod of Wash ington and Jndge John F. Farrington of Springfield, are campaigning in the county and Columbia. Congressman Byrnes, and Mr. Omerod will speak to night at 8 o'clock in the Hall Theatre. Tomorrow John M. Atkinson, candi date for governor, and ex-Senator J. P. Wilflcy will be here. They will sneak here tomorrow night. Word was received here today that Iloiner Cummings wlio made the key note steeeh at the Democratic national contention lat June, is to be a sneaker here next Friday night. C B. Sapp. cha...

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. — 12 October 1920

-Tpr- t ZT' f . 'Pact, iva Ni! " THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN.- TUESDAY? OCTOBER 12, 1920 . . - id Wr -" a '. ML 5 . r : Society - Affix Ua aj-otr, society editor. If you here nw o aorta rrcnu of inter m" C!'mk'u "" Ae VnUtrutj, the Missourion mil appreciate it if you iriH '"" rystt fcy telephone. Ae. 274, between II ortocit na noon, cn tfrj. A .moker for all Catholic mtn u M of the Unirertity was held Utl 3 tht, " Knighu of Colambu. Stu orau florae. About forty Mudratj ete ?at. Prof. W. J. O'Brien, Jarnw Phe 1 and Paul Vmoia ,Ea hort talk. M muuc wa furnished by a student ineL Kefreshments were served. . Will E. Smith, 1M College ae- --enienained at 2:30 o'clock- this af. lernoon with, a bridge party for Mrs. Wil- "o A. Ourst, of Enid ho is her bouv . lhe house as decorated with en flowers. The guests were: Mrs. ffleu Smith. Mrs. James Garth, Mrs. l. Kent Catron, Mrs. A. F. Neate. Miss Juue: Bowling. Mrs. George Helm, M ann uearmg. Mrs. C. R Rollins Miss t JnC?.Grr' Mrt T- w- Wh...

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. — 12 October 1920

rt lswM!'fPSSSfSKBssmmmmsmm1 "V F? r ''5 BOONE COUNTY FARM REPORT IS FAVORABLE farmers Say That Com Is. 85 Per Cent of a rull Crop and Should Husk Out 28 Bushels. OAT YIELD INCREASES Pastures Cood in Mon Districts East Central Section Recovers Slowly From Summer Drought. Jettebson City, OiU 12. Boone Coun ty farmers say that corn is 85 per cent of a fall crop and should husk out twenty-eight bushels per acre. They also re port tliat 85 per cent of the Boone Coun-4 rr acreage is lully measured, but tiiat it vnll take fourteen days to mature the late com. Seventy-seven per cent of the 1920 teat crop has already been marketed. The oat yield lurally is. twenty-three bashrls with 82 per cent, the average quality. Potatoes are making forty-eight bushels per acre, ami apples 35 per cent, a foil crop. Pastures are 90 per cent nor buI at this time of the )ear. Missouri's corn yield is thirty four bushels per acre from a condition of 87 r cent, an increase of three points dur- September, farm...

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. — 12 October 1920

e "' ig$&3bV$W 'p,yievW-wi gpt-vtifbthty -iin.sji.sV- THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1920 f.THfc COLTTMRTA EVEWN(J KilSSOURIAN -!!? ,T,T " snUf ay ii XUZ.E2ZS, tl. - Mm SUtSCtimcr ATtS J' 'Mi. 40 u; o-k. 19 mw slai ' . rests. , cit ti. n.at t 7"'l Mh, to ma. ojttU. tu h,M yr. ,, 3 ., li-a: -k ,,, .,. -- A4h Buna .1 CmUlUuM. Mrrt u s-skUU. ma suner. Aeer- TV,1" - 1I0J. Art .1 Oeukw . MIT. """St S1f 38. . TUXTHOOT NL'iMUU - AJnfihlaa , CkUwl".'.7"...7 v & 1? Rv e-, fv THE 5EW FARMER The 1920 census showa an Increasd lodus from the country to the city. The 1910 census shuked similar drift to ward the rily. In that jre ar many earnest thinkers became alarmed about the out look for agriculture and started a back-to-the-farm movement. They told the People in the city to go back and the people In the country to remain there. They thought it was only a whim that "used them to leave the farm, but they overlooked the fact that great movement of the people are th...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 October 1920

- "&?- T ji Jft"-til ajiiin-j JLIIW" .a-jo?" f , ti5 y-v. ' 8M".1'-V"M ' -'I u.yi i.jiiin L, ,,,. fttOTH AXD SILK BUTTONS ISlAXe ine wcsi .riuumngs 101 llnMM IV male ihem for Toll on T. . .1 n... fr r the premises in all Styles and Sires I tie tame day you order. I. WOLFSOX, Ladles' Tailor. Hiller Building Plwne 834 a. O'BRYAN Chiropractor 16 Elvira Bldg. I. Wolfson The Only Ladies' Tailor between St. Louis and Kansas City. Everybody Says That We Do the Best Work on all Ladies' Garments. Your Patronage Is Appreciated. Phone 834 Miller Bldg. JACK DAILY'S SERVICE Suits Made-to-Measurc Cleaning Pressing Altering Phone Boone Co. Nt'l. Bank Bldg. h That Waste Material lias Money in it We pay Highest Prices Chicago Iron and Metal Company Call 653 fF LEARN TO DANCE Private Lessons By Appointment Only MRS. JAMESON Phone 589 SAPP BROS. REPAIR SHOES First class workmanship and prompt service guaranteed. Work called for and delivered without extra charge. S10 Broadway Phone 315 For Insuran...

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. — 12 October 1920

rzzm wjmt A & i . , i f PACE sa THF. COLUMBIA- EVENING MISSOURIAN. TUESDAY, 0CT0BER12, 1920 FORMER TIGER GETS REVENGE ON BTLLTKENS Ben F. Goslin, Who Played on M.U. Football Team That Met St. "Louis U. in ' ' 1890, Is Happy. WAS M. U.'S FIRST GAME Defeat Had Gone Unacnged Until Missouri Won Over whelming Victor Saturday. . ra- Tigers! Revenge was meet lat ",UT wnen .Missouri beat M. uui- president pf the V. M. G A. in UNO. 1891 ami 1892, respectively. Mr. Coslin negotiated the deal lor the lot on -Allied this association's present building stands. The price paid was $200. He, as pres ident ( ihf Y. M. C A., and ten busi ness men of Columbia signed a note for tliis amount. Mr. Cosbn was also on the naff of the Argus. SPIDERS MIGRATE IN "AIRSHIPS" NOWADAYS SEEKING WINTER HOMES Did a big black spider crawl across Uie floor the other day, its lees sprawling in all directions, and scuttle down a crack when ou tried to end its creepr life with a misplaced throw? Have jou be-;n looking...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 13 October 1920

5??prarr5?!,,riP V- THE COLUMBIA EfENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEEN! H YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, 1VEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1920 NUMBER '361 i BYRNES TELLS WHY AMERICA SHOULD RATIFY League Is Paramount says Issue Involved in the Present Presidential Election. 1 JvAIObo UrXUIiU jr L.VAilias ltrni iHi rain of con-etiurnce uu to 7 Leonard Orinerod of Wash ington Also Speaks at Democratic Meeting Here. "ltnlrs nc have a representative tltw la-ipm ill alinnii dim iit-l inti id ging to come up affecting our rights. It may Ik; decided against us and will Iiavr to lad. doirn or fight the world." That was llic waj Congressman Jo- srpli ft. P.trn of Nashtillc, Trait, summed i.p the ultimate result- if the I nilcd Stairs fails to enter tlic ln;v, I flKTrf, in Mull of Ibe Ucmjcrati i ,: tlie Hall Tliraler lal nijlit. i ni;iit. i C.Hi-iman llrn an.l Ui.ar.l Orm ' .rod. of tl,e rd,tori3I Ma.1 tl a-J.. I -...n I.ro;.,. s, IT.',.! li i .1 I t- t 1 1 'r !'.- riTt4irn. iui. vrmripl 1 ai t . it,. an -v aj-rvicr ...

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 October 1920

pvfc.iro . THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOWAN'. WEDNESDAYOCTOBER 13,1920 DISTRIBUTE PROFIT IKXPffCQ "JUU Lm!, growers Get Srrl.,c &j' M'Made hv w,.i W&5 Dealers. Cains ViM. TT " " f'iltTOK. lift IV T-..-L - r r.i- ,. ' vta ' iismouuon 01 OrZW" nie br deilcr. l, ttiOM of lh. W T-.l ; r. i"-! nude bj the United Stale. De- """ 01 Apiculture to eome. 100, r wool. grower, '' as announced 'to- - M sfimaf.l I .L n r , . .v uj me uureau Ol '" that ihe total amount of Mich profiU was more than 1,000,000, which approximately W60.000 has lumed mn in it.. I.... f I-. j. . -- - . "g uuicau lor U19- 'oution. . Some; of Ibe dealers who accumulated .profit, have failed or refused fo refund the entire amount, and the inreau.at w-jrk auditins the booVs aome, intervievrine others and corre ponding with still others, in order to nngMwil linal settlement.. The deal n who operated under permits signed IJWtsiena with the War Industries wra hc spccificalljr limited their jrelitt. -Some of these dealers ...

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 October 1920

y"? -scr T. "- jmf . vT5 -r P-ST- ?-sPBH!H!5Miltl T'""a,rr , THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER Society Miss Ella F)att, society editor. II )OU have norj 0 social txcnls of inter est to Columbia and the Vmiersity, the Missourian udl appreciate it if jou will callJUiss IT)atl by telephone, A'o. 271. betaeen 11 o'clock and noon, each day. about thirty bojs and girls Saturday af ternK)n and evening vritlt a parly and a picnu iuprr, in honor ot" the birth da f.f tlwir lUjrar old i, Staulr). Mrs. A. Rom Hill entertained today at i luncheon for Mrs. Laura Frarer of Han nibal. Mo, lio is the gu-t of Mrs. Mar flail Cordun, Ashland sratL A l.l of verbena foimed the centerpiece for the dininc room table. TV KiKSif e: Mrs. -Marshall Cordon. Mrs. V. S. Wil liaras, Mrs. C U. Miller. Mr. No. Mm. Ceutfe UFcvre, .Miss Frances Den ny and Mr". Margin t Cliamberlain. Tent four member of the Interme diate Eptirtli League of the Mcthodi'l Church attended a i-cnlc giten by the league at ...

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 October 1920

k THE rrTTTyTT(TA fSjNGlloURIAN iZZLir '" s.., IT.I. I" juo. t.1 .""?. '. 't IMAMfn, ' -"". JU1N SUSSCRIFTION KATES r.tciTi Uwt, w tfMi k. 1( .. j. r:a Bw Cuatyt ,, 1X3 J ( fTivZ?."-"' "Miht so .,. ll-B ,iT" "- 'aiMti Y,. tiin, , mv r,iu u ,j.. ""' B.ti. T dmO.il... ffiTT u."-b. su.1 un. A t- ulm4 tg"4 sUt a. ma. I TLUPIIOVE M.-UBEIU (!! . U4muiM ,M taU".V.V.".."".V.".V'si W1T1I01T AHTICLE 10. "Tue members of the League under fill! lo respect and preserve as apainst lieilenial j((ir,JM the territorial in- eiuiegnty ar cxjt;n(! political in dependence all members of ihe AJ-ague. In ease of any soeh aggression for in ra (1J an) ihirat or ilangrr of h aggression the Council shall ad ;se upon tlie mean by vihiih this.obh- gallon shall Ik- fulfilled." This is the f full ten of Article 10 c.f ill I eague of '"h ,'0IM i'uoal hicli ihere have Ik-cii :miny disputes. S Article 10 is nothing hut the re-state-Kroent df the Monroe Doctrine under IV ullirh the l'ml.! .. l.t. Ur.1 itfirii & " ...

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 October 1920

-jf" 'l1 JL. IWWB'V gfWTT " " r -- 15.7-. 3,1.1. ir' ,5Ssin' f -' -. THE CALENDAR 11.1 A Central Missouri Slate feathers Association, Warrensburg. l.Mn Northwest Missouri State When Association, Marvville. ;Kittt 16 Missouri-Iowa State College 11 came at Ames la. y 9t.il Northeast Missouri State chers Association. Kirksville. I ,ia 22 R Y. P. U. date social. jtyy 23 Missouri Drale University lotball ftrne at Dcs Moines, la. I. Wolfson The Only Ladies' Tailor between St. Louis and Kansas City. Ererjbody Says That We Do the Best Work on all Ladies' Garments. Your Patronage Is Appreciated. fiphonc 834 Miller Bldg. Money Found Selling your Magazines and Paper Phone 392 Will Call ass Com. Co. S. K. C. CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING I'honc SS-TThite LEAEN TO DANCE Private Lessons By Appointment Only MRS. JAMESON Phone 589 HENRY Who formerly caused the hoys to flock to the Tavern to get a real shine is now at the TIGER BARBER SHOP. HENRY "Famous for His SHINE" JACK DAILY'S SERVICE Suits Made-...

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. — 13 October 1920

7 lSSflEsy - ,i i mMhkJ Wj-1- s'- -'r-v'-j SgffgSgSh ' . I - ? 0W DRISKILL FARM FOLLOW THEIR OWNERS LIKE DOGS ."Don't kill our iwis! Tbat i our flocl . .tal? luail. Thr follow iw aruuml 'IU tn llic furrow (,,. pIuH - . "! the Iranling seawn for quail is opn, ij,, r,,,rl. ,,. ,, ,.,., ? ibe Drislill U iX3ttli Pmb. :. "ra foe miles northrast f Colum tin. , II evrrjone rre like roc e would Ml need any ewne 1H, ror quai- ,,, J- IL Drislill. Jr. "For fire years e .J! uu ,,ock of quail on our place. We neter shoot them. They are our Pels. They fly and walk c!oe to me and follow me and ray team around the I'tlds whru I am a I work." with the ojwrniiix of the hunlin; sea- fm the four liov in ll.- IIm-L.H fumllv anil their father constiluie a fuanl for ITISITORS FBOH ACSTIUIJA Mr. and Mrs. . B. Miller Comt to Columbia From Sidney. .Mr. and Mrs. E. K Miller of Sjdney. Australia, are touring the United Slates faod England. Mr. Miller was a student here in 1910 and is now chief engineer of tire...

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 October 1920

r3r THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUMAN THIRTEENIH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920 NUMBER 37 '3 ; I: J. M. ATKINSON FAVORS A NEW CONSTITUTION "It Will Unshackle Our Public School System,"' Demo cratic Candidate De clares at Meeting. SUPPORTS THE LEAGUE Says He Favors Setting Aside $1,000,000 Tor Use of Uni eiily Wants Good Ro.tiIb, Too. John XI. Atkinson, Democratic randi. date for governor, addressed a large rrond al III'- Hill Theater at .". o clock last night. He defined his sand definitely on Loth late and national issue. I am supporting a uew constitution because I believe it will unshackle our public school system." Atkinson said. "I want tn w Missouri step out as Ohio fas. I aui heartily in favor of amend rrent Number 6. I want to see Missouri automobiles pull Missouri out of the mud. There is no reason vsliy ne cannot have the best roads of any state in the un ion. I want a stale budget, t want to tee our state funds distributed rightly. I want to see our Univ...

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. — 14 October 1920

fgffltpPI B w,i;i-w,wyifM'9- r i jf ' CETiro .... THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920 MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE j Miss Stdl, Heldman is the guest of " """e Qainn of 16 College place. Lp" W DiM returned from Jcffer n Qty yesterday afternoon. J. M. Thomas left Tuesday for Enid. "Ma, on a business trip. . Woodward of Boston, Mass, is Ulurabia on business. Crant C. Forejrthe. a student in the University, left jterday for St. Louis. '" V' S. Dorsey ent to St. Louis Jesterday for a short iit Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Neate motored to lfco yesterday to ,isit relatites. Mrs. Grant Crawford of Sedalia i-. the West of her son. Jack Crawford, a stu oent m the University. Mrs. S. C IVnhm r i i.iu. ill. ; e West of her daughter. Mrs. T. T. Huntingdon. Mrs. Alice Chaney of Stephen. CoIIrpe aa called to her home in Springfield, Ma. because of illness of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Long left jesterday 'or a Tisit with relatives in Hannibal. Mo. Jtmes A. Paris of Clinton returned to S...

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. — 14 October 1920

ft - a a ; -t! J; A -..' - iS : T , THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1920 - PAGTH8g J? J - - - - ' i jt- SM I 'flit THE COLUMBIA BVENINGJMSSOURIAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1920 Grafonola Fox Trot record played ly Art Hickman's Orchestra. Tlie biggest hit since Dardnnella "Whispering" On the other side is "IF A WISH COULD MAKE IT SO" y the tame orchestra Call for Record No. A3301 SCOTT'S BOOK SHOP Miss Ella Fratt. society editor. II ion hart news cl social etenlsltl inter- est to Columbia and the Unitcrsitr, the Missourum mil appreciate it if jou Kill call Miss Wyatt by telephone, no. 274, between II o clock and noon, each day. The social calendar for the rt of this In the rewiring tine were the guests of W Nortli 8th 17 North 8th Owen Bros. m)c Gingliam 35c j Carpet Waqi 3c Gingham 25c )c Apron Checks. . . . 25c 45c Oil Cloth, d 50c Bungalow Cretonne, 1-yd wide 35c 1- n 1 'in 1 r- u i creates. ..juc ami ooc Ttan HnrSniii !l litre 90 h Arabian Chief ' Bleach 29c P...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 October 1920

--&Zn TSfr gfgrT7? &$.' i yt?r - -'' ;? aqfftaggEi'A 'J(.s" r i ' - ijiirn 7T- WJ 'ACE FOUR -r. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14 1920 " - l T '- z. r , - THE, COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN rsaUaW mr .,,;., .,,, S..J,, , its kJE.?'.! ! asstlsiM. Ik. Jir II. SCBCTIOl lUTHS QlTI- Ho.il. u ceua; k. M : sisal I Ball . tmm. Cmuji Tr. JJ5 ..? Tan lUl . tUe.4 MMJ-tlus mil MM. Ar.l J Id sulliif at .,wUI i.l J "! '- in ia BMtlMi 11U. Art f Ortsbw J. IWI. "rfW SMmc St. Hit. TEUTHONE M'UEEU ! . ,. .A'KitWas tad CImUiUau .....T ... B. SAVE THE FOltESTS. The forest problem is, both locally and nationally, of vital importance. Not only Is wood indespensable to our daily life, but the forrsu play an important role in regulating stream flow, thereby reducing ibn sevr-ity of flood and preventing erosion. For these reasons the prcserva lion of forests lias ceased to lw a prob em of private or individual concern, but has become a governmental problem, on which it controlled b...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 October 1920

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Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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