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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 October 1920

PACE TwO She Son? Said Something. "It doesn't pay" to 'just 'buy around' when there is a grocery like Rogers in town." That's what one Columbia woman concluded after 'just buying, around' for several weeks. Head Rogers ad on the editorial page and tee what this woman T. Adv. QnaJltr FwmU l'rtducts. Home killed lamb. Home killed teal. Home made mince meat. Home made pies. Boone County farm sausage mother, used to make. Smoked pork sausage. Fresh ri?er cat fish. HETZLER'S i Where quality and sanitation hie list our rooms with the'Y. M. C A. for short course students. Phone 223. adr. l'ink Salmon Tall 19 uz. cans, 20c Xash & Karry Grocer)-. Adv Js1JaJal ! '- I M lis. Privacy! That's the Word To Describe the Feeling You Get When the Booth of Romance Shelters You Fbr a Tete-a-Tete And Then You Can Enjoy The Positive Goodness Of Harris' Sanduiches And Fountain Specials. HARRIS' Millard & Sisson Candy for For a Kid Party our candy will he the very kind that you want and the kftid t...

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. — 22 October 1920

Ki: MHMHfai w-jaer GETTING ALL SET FOR THE BARNWARiMMG Agricultural Students Will Take Girls, to the Ag Club Meeting Wednes day Night. A WEEK FROM TONIGHT Not to Have Many Encores All Must Return to the Gym to Help in the Clean-Up. ?"n lmxrlnA, ,hr mttlir nt " As. ChbWnhWay nipl.t. TIk, was ---' me last meeting o uin lor the Barnvrarminp, October 29, to this club mtinir : ..i .. chance to pel Utter acquainted with Sales of meralls and blue J,ir in ,,. iimbia stores il he a, tMr maximtlm I Iron i now until October 29, the date nf the Barnwarming. &,mc 0f ,le y, are fending to their home toons for lielter prices on the required costume for the big social ocnt. The girls -Mill wear gingham dresses and apron. JL ine Iirst roll call meeting of the jear II 2fl ew'",,"'e w. the absentees JU Sthout excuses being due for a paddl. M 'St- Ten upperclaumcn were excused aV attend the Duvall Cray wedding. f Plan for the Ilarnvarming are near. ing completion, and next week nil! see the rewilt ...

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. — 22 October 1920

AGE, FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1920 THE COLUMBIA EVEMNGMISSOURIAN, IIUkI m irMiBf neept Scadii kr Ik. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cliji U.ik, 40 raB. . j, ,, j,, lIi. cms. 7 uil la lu Coutrt Vti. tJJS! ( ll-TJ; 1 antbi, M ccou. Ootid, t. mail Yr. UStl 3 aottltf. fW5 oral crat. P.j.U. U iJtun. Umber A.Jit Bsnra f Crcsluiu. EJ ' W"-1m sull natter. Accept IX at millui li '(pacUl nu , aau . HiM fur It ScliM 1103. Art of Octolur 3. 1917. mawM SrptmWf as. Mia. TCUTRONX KU1UMU v j: AJwrlhl itj CInilitira. U. CL0S1X0 BATS OP CAXPAIGX With the approach of November 2, thee political campaigns il become mote and mote intensive. When the ro hour comes there will be a supreme effort for victory, each rartv expecting then to gain bjr a coup what five months of campaigning lias left immova ble. All the forces at the command of the party, all the prestige it has gained and all its political resourcefulness ill be staked for one moment. This is an event -which has come to the ...

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. — 22 October 1920

5vT?K 'J.' mwK MJ HV ; feEJ !- ' 3 . THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1920 "" ' ' PAGE FIVE Phone 55 CLASSIFIED ADS Htlr a Cent TTori s Day.- . Phone : FOB SALE FOK SALE 25 volume of Encyclope dia Ikilannica, practically new, at a tmt lew price: .Must De mid. 406 Cuitar Blda. K4t FOR SALE 1916 ForJ tourinst car. I good running rxindttion ami gowd tire. J2M ravh. Phone 397. T-3il FOK SALE New 1920 Model Ere pa- I renter touring car, at a bargain. Phone 370. P-22tf 1011 SALE Oliter typewriter, practi- Ically new. Rram for selling have too machine. Call at Wabash Ticket office. R-46 JtKAlT ESTATE FOK SALE FOR SALE Splendid building lot on I inivrr.ity avenue. 60 by 233 feet. Price. IJ1S0U. K A. Iirnmnger. 41-tf iiA.VTEl) TO BENT WXNTED TO KENT-Tv.0 fiirr.iJ.cJ f worm f6r ung man and mother. Tel- ! rplione 343-UIarL. F-42lf Volt KE.T FOR 11ENT Furnished room for r.irl. Board if desired. 501 S. 6th f treet. Phone I2S0 Mack yjj LOST AMI F0U.D LOST Bctvieen Missouri Sto...

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. — 22 October 1920

-fsiBFffr "IT. "2KB WWW j &M:f Ji HJ --JM, i- r'y I r i I- '$? Vice sa - - ..s. 1 ; - ! SOCIETY , ' , i the rmiHBfl: evening hissoprian. Friday, October 22,20 (Continued from page 2) Sline h Been doing research vrorl. in ihe Chicago hospitals. Dean and Sirs. IitiiW Ijw'i QM Prnvi. denee road, entertained last night -with an informal reception at their home. The living room was decorated with jellow :liryanthemuins and ferns. The dining room decorations were in pink. A low bowl of carnations formed the centerpiece for the serving table. There were 220 guet. , Mrs. Laura Evans of Ponca Cl), Okla., who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ben M. Anderson, left today for her rfcme. Mrs. C C Bowling, More'a boulevard, villi entertain Sunday evening with an informal buffet supper for Mrs. James M. Carpenter of St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Estill of Estill Mo. Air. and Mrs. Ben Galley will be the week-end guels of Mrs. Gatlya parents, M...

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. — 23 October 1920

I THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY; OCTOBER 23, 1920 NUMBER 45 JIGERS DEFEAT DRAKE U. TEAM BY 10-7 SCORE Fulbriglil Makes Touchdown in Second Quarter After Lewis Takes Long Forward Pass. JLUMER BADLY INJURED Lewis Hurt and ' Packwood Goes in at Quarter Fulbriglil Kicks Field Goal. ffru to Ih. MvwmtriBB. DRi.t Filld. Dr-s Moinis, It, Oct. II The Mt-souri Tigers defeated Drake here tins afternoon. 10 lo 7, Fulbiigltt scored a touchdown for Mis. toim in the second quarter, and added a field FI in llie llunl quarter. Drake's touclidown camr in tit? Iat quarter. fMeUt t tie Ui DKikc Stadium. Dcs Moms Ia. Oct. ,33.- . cloudless sky and a penile breeze pertnl the ltgers as (hey trotted on lo a muddy Old at 2:15 orlotk tliis after- tften. Pfrpite the condition of ground. Gach Miller decided to start hi fleet UflfirU. Lewis, Williams, Fulbriglil and Humes. The Rulldogs appeared on the field at 2-3" o'clock ami were gnen a deafening matiun tin- ciods tint filled, the sia-, diaia. ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 October 1920

i253W3? -C rar.w "UGlEtf r "zssBm&s IfimdAHl Htijji vMvxrxx a yvwavMAv CLUB PBOJUSIXG SWn' Selietfe AivaKlag Annual Hwe Concert "The mol aloi ind promising lot of e bare ever hid," id Dr. Chnter mr, director of the University Glee nh j Peking of that organization to-"- There are about forty men in the elnb H year. The club is not ready to fJT Ufir annl home concert at the Unrrerairy, and until this appearance then, will be no arrangements made for np. The trips will probably be early n the winter term. L . THE CALENDAR October 2749 Convention of the t" Missouri Library Association at St. Louis. October 21-30 Southeast Missouri State Teachers Association, "Cape" iCrar deiu. V -OUober 29 Annual Larnnaroing at Ifellrwell Gymnasium. '. October 30 Football Missouri v. V OklaTioma-a't Columbia. November 1 Short Course in Engi eeering begins. November 1 Short Course in Agri culture opens. i. , November 1-6 Saviur goes on sale. November 3 Maj. Thomas J. Dicl- son speaks at the Universit...

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. — 23 October 1920

It I I fit!. 9 -- a8aaBBt.8eaa8Jmfe: V - .. imfr jfaSriiMMA EVENINi . ' ii Society r'i l- Fra" JVr tdiior.'lf r0jt hate BtKS of social events of inter est to Columbia and the Vniversity, the Missoarian Kill appreciate it if you Kill call Miss Wyatt by telephone,- fto.-ZH.-letuccn 11 o'clock and noon, each day. Announcrmcnt is made of the comini: marriage of Miss ISs Hudson Hawkins of Columbia am! llarrv Edward Clarl. of Snlalia. Mo. The ceremony viill tale place in Ihe presence of a .few friend at 8 oVlocL. Saturday evening. Ociidier 30. at the First Itapli-t Sliurch. with the Hev. I)r. T. . loung, tiattor, nUkhting. Miss Hawkins is a 'graduate of tlis Co lumbia Ilieli ScIkm.1 ami a former .lu- iient-nf the .College of Art 81 Science of the Univ-rtl Until mil t-ln United Daughters of the Confederacy mef this afternoon with Mrs. F, ft. Ho. brecht and Jin. liovd Sneer of 401 South I Fifth St. The leader of ' thi rarelmR viav ,lra. u r. HiIL Itejiorts of the tiate contention, held at S...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 October 1920

r rvT Tw SK??"" i 'AViAJMtUA- - SEUtrVZI-''-'"Oirt,- -H"5 i-i.JL'. V' crfgJNG-MlSSfM IRIAN t" yy?ld-Jft',- ,odaJr n ,?? badly, Europe needs Americas Idler s' IS.111-L . li".!.. fcS.? s r W u winT "" - rl. JLW. JdM tae hard .of acUeTcaeMy rTfleraace js KaT " '"'! MUSS. I scascurnoi nm ' ifw i zr "" . ! tuiw BfeAy auti t. d CB1S T.k ClCil. . &- : kML as . --- -w j wvxomw L """ ' .. W ClnM- E Uc bL. :".. " "."" "' KiiAaf-e . -e""1 " 4tlS !- t,JS TUXPHOXC NUMBERS. Lfcwtr. "i 4 diuv.v.v..f ": ...Kl .. it. ance 'for il -misery; Asia needs the world's tolerance' for lit backwardness while, it trie to work out its. way; En. glarul, needs the nation' tolerance while it puts ha house into order and we, too, of the United States need lfie worlds' tolerance while we deliberate on enter log the League of Nations. r 4JPH0XET1C SPELLI.N,. F(A CHINA Responding, to a mote started years "2? 5 b """ssionaries, the Chinese gorern- jJner" is completing the task of perfect S5jClnd presenting a nation...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 October 1920

rfaoae M CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cet WoH Bay. Panne K FOB SALE FOR SALE-New 1920 Model 6re-pas. .senger touring car, at a bargain. Phone 370. l'.22lf FOR SALE Oliver typewriter, practi cally ne. Reason for selling hate two machines. C" at Wabash Ticket office. Ii-16 FOR SALE A guaranteed coon dog. Phone 6S9. W-47. FOR RENT-Room for students. 1217 E. Broadway. Phone 589. J4tt FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms on second floor for light housekeeping for students. 115 & 6th St. Call 669 White. C-47 MISCEULASEOUS" FOR SLE Underwood typewriter, rood as new. Dom-Qoney Laundry. D-48 HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE FOR SLE bplrndid building lot on University aienue, 60 by 233 feet. Price; $1500. F. A. Ilenninger. 41-tf " HASTED TO.HET WANTED TO RENT-To furnished rooms for young man and mother. Tel- cplione 343 Black, F-12lf F0KE3if""' FOR RENT Furnished room for girls. Board if desired. 501 S. 6th street. Phone 1250-Black X-47 LOST ASD F0U.D LOST Between Academic Hall and Parker Memorial Hospital, a jewel...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 October 1920

whbbwJi 1 '',", ' '' ..;n-' .-i i "u:,!,1. 'u"-i zwTfa&pfWVi-vm it iummu tynr wigA- V -w- . J-3' fPTlHtt.OrfFfuBiattfi- flOMiiMi 11 w n -.iiia ipi i j.--v ! '"LllZZteZflygmigZSZi,!-.-,-. ,- trnv ? 1- ST & PICTURE TAKING NOW FAVORITE TASTTMEHERE out Modern Picture Album Can Never Be Used to Correct a Child's Behavior 'MANY POPULAR PLACES ; Columns, Lot era' Leap, Bal anced Rock and Rollins' Spring Are Favorite Sites. Is picture ! aline in Columbia a (ad or vfuirtase? H it is a lad it &hot no fcigrs of d) ing out, amj if a disease it reached the chronic stage long ago. But hat i the harm?. Eerhody lil.es picture. Tliere is something fascinating about them.' The last generation Med plwtographs; the coming generation ill no doubt like them; and as for this generation a trip to local photographers and picture fin ifelwrs ill convince an)one tltat picture taking is now one of the favorite part times. Do jou remember when jou used to go to see Aunt Sophia she arways brought out...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 October 1920

COLUMBIA EVENING 3 THIRTEEN! H YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1920 NUMBER .16 THE MISS0UR1AN M'SWMEY DIES IN BRIXTON PRISON AFTER HUNGER STRIKE IAST1NG SEVENTY-FOURDW LoiJ Mayor of Cork Breathes La-t t 5:15 This Morning Afler Long Period of Unconscious-nciS. SI LL DANGER OF RIOT V.; F.h In Force Durinei Lavtirf"!" h" !m I l as yet. Thisi";1, jn.1 inri rouiuwarn i M Was red l)J rorcc UUrillg L-W-,, luK,ltrtnUmUt cnnt3l;n flir Gulf .. Mexico, an.l extern! eastward i. Few Days Suffered Ago nies and bhowed Violent Delirium Since Friday. By I'j-ifJ Pr, Lomhn, (to. 5. Tereace McSi ih died Ihtp in (rixt.in IMson at 5:15 iAKkL i'ii morning, lie never repaint. toii'inu-'iics afler his vere pell -f seyrvA dijs api. Tin wa tlic Iwpin runs vl lli 74th da) of hi lumper Mril. l thr Lt-iKide illt tlm lord nu)itr of Girl, at the lime of hi death a- Fa ther Dominecl, his -religious advisor. an.l his brother John. No other relatives vt friend Here allowed in the prion. McSmirey hrpan to...

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. — 25 October 1920

-rT, v v-y m lip 'ffiT ' - : a 'ACE TTO 1 i1 1 .1 GOING BACK A 100 YEARS IN BOONE COUNTY Growinc Soirif nf n. wt in Trying Times of Our National 'Growth Shown. F-1819' SAW NEWSPAPER if t A Paper Mill, Distillery, and ineater Werearewof , tlic Innovations In- n traduced. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. MONDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1920 lltw Tut Oit, ir Dtliuiig tke State Honsi In lookine back over the liMory of Joone County, many interesting otnls can De teen, interesting now becaue 01 " their llTinnMi tn nrawanl Atv -nttnmt rSome of the events are almost amuini: to. the present-day reader, but at the Sme they happened they v.ere etents importance to the community and ere long to be remembered. Some of these events marked the beginning of develop meot along certain line, and they vine marked with ceremonies and celebra tions. Today we look upon the institu tions and activities which were bepm in the early davs and take them for 1 granted. Each one of them had to hate na beginning and thee be...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 October 1920

' SJysi. f . . Society -at -. run Cclambm ndthe VnimsiT, the Jf-Wfa. Ul 'apprecictuV 3 ca Jto rrat ty ,. AVr. 274. 6rra U oVA cJVcU' eH J AmfitlP ih dinner fric !. n ?l 1 T i?. n ITVUhVMiKnr r",,ne,, """"V"' urru walker, viaci. .Ljfr t... n - l t.n- - t . . . ' -'" "wtj j .. . .. -s jnirn, jrn i-urapnrcj Mis, Hclrn vj-j !., ..i. ji. iirnucroin, .Mis, Catherine Ware, Kay Nlciuvwnrer. Miss I in n.ft J. Max .McCann. Mis, Marcirrt Ij. ll.ll' "ttjlie Wiltrrson, .Mr. ami Mrs. ir. Gr.iyr,' of St. Lnuis Mis JnM-pliinr Bruce. !..' Mr. and MnOLUoWrt F.i.ll ,.t r.i.n -.,! v. " r-wN .... "-(" """". "'- ciuu voieu la altrntl anei a -.eelst-pd ,, ,,;,). jj j,,- iuNiiaj. PrrMcrfl and Mrs A n. it.ii .n rrtur Woin-s.lay mm a.v-L'ii visa 1a ' . j -i , " nieIlnuwl-iH-f Slml? Club V.iII lie Duvall, Margaret Kins. K. A. Wallrr -Mrs. uiurcli. .Mm.- Mnrclioiw, Hafid MorelKMise. James Hanly, and T. C Cash, ....- jwunriiie jones, a. v. Kuhlman, MNs Marjotie Jones. .M. W. WatLins, Mr. ind Mrs Claire Wilson f...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 October 1920

M THE cnfTTMnTA EVENING MISSOURIAN sJU? ?t," mtlm. tec J.T H. St'BSCmmAM um Pfc ... . """ ., k,, Mk M CM)I iUj. I Suit I, Tm. lsj rM ' r?u i. ir... W-3i . Aslll !), a.lal.ai. ! M MkJl --T. . . 1WMMM tHnJa jj. JH few. M.1UIH , i raxruoxz M;ireEiu h& ir f. 'SPECIALIZED FABVIVO Sprculualioa in turn pro.lurtl.in is comiiif Into pnetit-r.. This s)sltm has taken itronx hold Jo the tridn and p riv lMion alrarljr. InsMiuicns of Iraminf ttiru sprcialiiation for future soi-L. Now it itiDuaing its ua into acriculluir. Tiiere is more than one ha) to perUi- sse la fann production. Heretofore, there his been a strong tendency luHatd sin. aje crop production. Three faulls of tlut ineihod are appaient: (1) Willi a slnjlo crop,, the tiller is drplmng tin- ferlilil) of las hn.L (2) If the .eason is had for his single crop, it is a total failure, a situation vliich could veil )e remedird by a dnrrsil) of cbih. (3) WTwn the fanner brines his tingle crop to marVet at the same lime that otitis do, 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. — 25 October 1920

1 s ' FACE,nVB. THE-COLUMBU EVENING MISSO MONDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1920 CLASSIFIED ADS JUU a Cent a Xfori a I)ij. e . FOB SALE "FOR SALE-New 1920 Model five-pas-atnger touring car, at a bargain. Phone STO. H-22t( FOR SALE Oliver typewriter, pntcti. tJJy new. Reaoo for telling have itto Diciines. Call a Wabash Ticket oEce. R-46 FOR SALE A guaranteed coon dog. phone 659. W47. FOR SVLE Underwood typewriter, -nod as ne. Dorn Ooney Laundry. BEAL ESTATE FOB SAtE FOR SiLE Splendid building lot on taivrrsity arenue, 60 by 233 feet Price, $1500. F. A, Henninger. 4I-tf H'AXTEll TO BEM WANTED TO RENT Two or three furnished or unfurnished rooms for light ioujeleeping about November 1. A. S. Davis, 718 Maryland Place. Phone 403. 45 tf "FOBREXT FOR RENT Furnished room for girls. Board if desired. 501 S. 6th street. Phone 1250-Biack ' X47 LOST AXD FOTJSD LOST Between Academic Hall and Parker Memorial HoapitaL a jeweled Beta Sigma Omicron pin, engraved with game Ida Rhea Pearson. Reward- if re turned to...

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. — 25 October 1920

9 r m m i 56 S ac ? i i i it !" THE COLUMBIA EVENING THIEVES EXACT A HEAVY TOLL FHOM DEALERS! Shipments Billed to Columbia Merchants Are Plundered En Route by Law- breakers. COS3EMS OX CELEBRATING LOSSES ABE RECOVERED Railroads and Express Compa nies Are Ultimate Vic tims Conditions Arc Improving. That tliiern wlio rural into gouJs I In thipiml i Columbia exact a Iiea loll racli jrar is s!ion in tiatcmfliu ti'tn uui Ljr lewal racrclunts. Tliw IO"vi ate rvrnluall) borne by tin- rail ruads and express companies but con tiderable los is rutTrrct y the mer chants, who must not only rr-ordcr goodv but spend time in Retting claims adjur ed. The losses of the railroads are of course, met ultimately by tlie public. Tbe claims for gods Iot liy Victor Bardi aotlun? Coonanv lat ear tolaled J220, Of these knp, $1(0 came from lie American tx press Comiany and $60 irom the railroad companies. Sykes & Broadhead bad mure than this amount. Exact figures were not available, but an estimate as gii...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 October 1920

1 - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 26, 192(5 NUMBER 47 f MERCHANTS TO REVIVE RETAIL ASSOCIATION Meeting Thursday to Makr Plans for Reorganizing Club to Advance Their ItllCICblS. TO REDUCE HAD DEBTS Funner Organization Regulat ed Soliciting of Aihcitis ing and Credit ot icn corners. Thlfly Merchants -an. LuMnr mm of Columbia Itnlay rTgneit a call for a mci. ipj m Iif licM in llic Commercial Club twm al 730 . m. Thursday at which liter plan i rccrpanize the Retail Mer chants AMfCiation uf Columbia. TIww aflivc irt the icorganizalion liave not been aMc to ri-aili all who might1 be inlerrM-tl in lln-s rail, but all retail merchants nf iIk city are .rutin, in -atiem! the meeting rert Tliurvlay evening. Several of the banker! f lite city Itavr nnouiwed their itiienti'tn t at ten J ami i ihcir txt pint ti the new association. The aim nf the Retail Met t- irts As sccialnm as it was organneil -severa. jears tg was the prneral advancement...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 October 1920

Jfw&l0Kto!KyiSmZ2SmlAllLif't:?'. " - t TiZ?ZZ-J-- I , .j Vs ;. JJiS.V?. T?"." ' 'T nsr iS m rs c . . .rtri . .-1 r ,"B ran!-"'-.-'" -r- T" '-ffl,-7 J?' '-W' 'W m- i -j I Mr M it- t- lr LM--.M in P?rACETWO COAL MINERS IN COLUMBIA . GET $8 A DAY work: lwo oi Three Days weeK, and Then Lay Off to Spend the Money. COAL PLENTIFUL HLKE Operators Say Columbia Will Have Abundant Coal Sup ply If They Can Get It Mined. 2MINEKS "" nl6 The miners who work in the mines iruund Columbia ride to and from work. Some of the men who work steadily nave their own tars, hut most of lliem 00 not work enough to enjoy that lux , ury. The owners of the more distant mines provide trucks for hauling the workers from town to the mines in the morning and back to toon again in the evening. The trains also help in the transportation of the workers. Before the war miners in the local mines received 4 cents a bushel for mining from the solid. ?vow they are receiving Irom 8 to 10 cents for this work and 6 cents a ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 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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