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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 November 1917

f V; 111! Ill m . . - l'.i : l-: -: f? h. I. I - t& Page Eight .Mary McLean to Wed IV. C Wright. A marriage license was issued late this afternoon to Wesley C. Wright. 21 years old, of Hallsvllle, and Miss Mary Margaret McLean, 17 years old, of Browns, daughter of C. C. McLean. Many Styles of Type udMuy Lutufei A Typewriter Exceptional For Collegians Cbinfe your type in an intUnt from on iljle to toother or any IufUie. THE MULTIPLEX HAMMOND Two sets of type in each machine. "Jrt T lV Presto m r IktoUtr Simpla Compet PortabU Beautiful work beyond compare. If not inclined to a new machine, inquire for our Factory Rebuilt. W Rent Machines of high quality. Patrons: President U'oodrow WHson ratrons; CuaiBal MOTydl Val Dr. Alendtr Craharo Bell Chancellor Rev. B. C. Trant Bishop John C. Murray William Dean Howell also alt Colleges and Universities Our special terms to collegians will ;r t von. Catalog for the asking. Hammond Typewriter Co. Victoria Bide, St. Louie g SIS E. 6th St. g Yo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 November 1917

Unturp"ble PEERADE EXTRA Patronize "P. E." Advertiser! HOMECOMING MISSOURIAN ALERT PRESS BOY A TIGER BOND TODAY ASSN. NEWS COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1917 NO. iTHER M lumNEAR mVZJvtkVK JS0R I . In Parade I r"iiif. - ."" " rtnt Mention I nvrrs hlt l.r '"",wl i.??::.. i z 5 iff of 'Pr at 1W"'- ik v".--cvpntn I :v iwn; - .. t ii. JSFSSRZ- - PtttlV' ' " "i ,i I'eareu aim pioini of Missouri h; Up ,aws BayvTa. M?wd JT n? I e I" Tatar om,m " Tc?i,- iwlr ' not Interpreted to SflMts in tj M" , coyer national oeca Jje. stretching a '- vtolls eh as the of sU S"'"-," Homecoming peerade. ' ,(TfH " 7 thei im ootion, n'Lfpi ,o, 41 i"ift re rep0?M,ed -be hiving a. P" I be bt"" - who shall set tlon ox u Jrst nu" - "tm Parade aJ K the College of Ag rlcnlture breadline to Eirt, their hands and mb their ha r An- other mi ""Vrinue on bo"" . -.. ' 'V"en W j,-. -- Vhentte Ford car un- der the :i? . "trfI School 5;r""., Tost a wheel ""J1 MT" i - 4T the en- erii nui ulte a commotion n caused...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 November 1917

HOMECOMING MISSOURIAN N PEERADE EXTRA HOMECOMING MISSOURIAN I'obllahcd by the students In the School of Journallam at the University of Missouri every two year nt to hare something to do. EDITOR - . Business Manager A. WIIISBRAXE I. II. BUMPT Special Correspondents: T. Roosevelt, W. Hohenxollern, Lloyd Oeorge, je jvftruufcj-, x-jpa jonre. vie f.manuel, 1IOIIEN WANTS BOX Member Aim Press Association. Sworn at circulation ,thls Issue 40,000. lines to every civilized country on earth and parts of Germany. Kntered at Colnmbla as second-class matter, to be read by first-class people here and hereafter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE XOX CENTS WELCOSIE Visitors alumnae, friends and gridiron foes we welcome yon. Columbia and the Univer sity evince Joy upon the occasion of your pres ence anions us. All is yours but a Jayhawk victory on sucu generosities we draw the Hue. The city's new water reservoir was rushed to ompletlon to supply the dozen thirsty Kan .iiis today. THE WORLD MOVES ON History records...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 November 1917

HOMECOMING M1SSOUR1AN PfoBE GALLONS IHBUJti) pocket bulges, then In till little rhapsody Is a word of "Beware." ih.ii Near J. -. TflAt PnJjrt.tolrn. tl 1 1. K IJ , ui loricrts ! i ,!"'e ""t, pro- .kVtlT looking idaibed UP to H&'Zmin of the ?J ww,ved f.r Kl. ...v from bis aost J, the throng ., tiered t!d ULT 4 to bN . iTsnd to iras see without ter J,cr.d. and to ar ri ft ST. none otb- tbt e.fc well kno.n i' uuiiy ,er J -Gentlemen. '""in you le think- JaTJ au ". i. evidence ttonti an,i L thonWd P.1 l -Ms.t and. k. ill he consumed GOV. TANGOES NIX Gardner llefafcen to Compete With Predecessor. Columbia's smart set nns shocked and grieved thto morning when the announce ment was made from Governor Gardner's private car on a switch near the Kappa SIg house, that the chief executive bad cancelled bis encase ment to tango at the Iiu-igiuatlon Knitting Tea to be given after the game. The refusal came a the result of .in announcement nude a xhort time pre iuus that Elliot W. Mijor bad dec...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 November 1917

HOMECOMING MISSOURIAN SOCIETY Ex-President Roose relt and Bob Barman arrived this morning In the latter's'Donner-,rn-BlItfccn Benx. At this moment tbe Col onel Is taking a little nap In the oce of the Ninth Street Garage as he was nearly ex hausted from the Jour ney. They made the trip from Chicago to Columbia In four houni. Bob is driving the President's car at tbe head of the parade. Billy Sunday is the suest of Prof. V. L. Martin today, having come from Los An geles at the invitation of his former college roommate. They en gaged In Mr. Sunday's favorite exercise this mornlnc a light wres tling bout Mr. liar-1 tin winning lour out of ten rounds. quarry south of towi. Vhlle no details have been given out as to the refreshments. Dean KirLensIager was heard to order a lar.je tub, 200 pounds of ice and twenty-five pounds of rock salt to be de livered through the side entrance to tbe association bnlldlng. STARS IN FLAG Miss Eva Johnston will entertain a few intimate friends after the g...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 November 1917

jjwawjaj HHMHHMCIMHHHHIHHHflBMHNfliHHHMi!!HHHiSiiKB555H5i2555EiSii25S2 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN f i TENTH YEAR tigersTrushed by iif ip TEA! iavhiwkcrs Win Twenty Seventh Annual Contest by 27 to 3 Score. BEFORE BIG CROWD Missouri's Lone Score Made X in the First Eight Min- utes of Play. The Kansas Jayhawkers. ailmitteil- lr the heaviest and best trained team to a number of jears, gave the Univcr ,ttr of Missouri its most bitter de feat of twelve years on Rollins Field jesterday afternoon. The score was "'it v. all Kansas except for eight ndnutel Missouri's only brilliant work came right after the kickoff in the first quarter. The Tigers march ed straight ioward the red and blue E(,al posts which finally netted the kick for the only Tiger score of the m. came. picking stars on the- Kansas team is it .ras n team of two great in dividual stars, l'ringle and Ruble, but there was something about tne wnoie i.thatrLpr eleven which suggested team work and smooth play the sort one expects from ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 November 1917

JMMMM M M gggggggsgssys r 5 fe Page Two THE ETESISG MSSOUBIAy, FBID AY, SOYEMBER 80, 1917. THE EVENING M1SSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) Tne .associated Pres is exclusively en titled to tbe use (or republication or all new dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. 1'ublUbed tt eT'nt" (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by The Mluourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Office: Virginia Uulldlng, Downstairs I'hones: Hoslness 55; News, 274. Kutered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Tear, $3.70: 3 months, J1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. Hy mall In Boone County: lear, 3i: 6 months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents, outside of Boone County: Year, $4.50: 3 months, aii; xuuuiu, o uB, .National Advertising Representatives: Carpenter-Scbeerer Co., Fifth Avenue ilulldlng New York; Peoples Uas Bulld- iB, Chicago. AN OVERWORKED W0RI Coming to America with our advent into the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 November 1917

'""JTI1 ff 1 I THE ETEXDfG MISSOUBIAN, FRD) AY, NOTEMBER 30, 1917. X THE ETEXI'G MISSOURIAX, FRD AY, SOTEMBER 30, 1917. Paye Three iff CITY AND CAMPUS i i " " - " r - - 9M 4 R. Oliver and wife of Prevo, Utah, ttended the football game yesterday. tr Oliver was graduated from the School of Engineering In 1910. falter Williams of Helton, Mo., who was graduated from the University in 1911. attended the football game estrday. jir. Williams was ac Lnpanied by Chester Berry, also of Briton, a brother of the Tiger guard. Too Berry. John Dunlap of Kansas City vlsijed ji, sister. Sarah, a student in the diversity, yesterday, jlr .and Mrs. Sid Hamilton of Har- risoaville. Mo., parents of Captain p,nl Hamilton of the 1917 football team saw the football game yester day- Mrs. D. H. Bunch of East St Louis, ill returned to ner nomo louaj. auer 81 I .. . . iienaea tne football game yesterday. I He is a second lieutenant at Port sneridan. Miss Mildred Larson of Chillicothe spent Thanksgiving Day with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 November 1917

0F$??: yF ; -?e?' r St M ft F r Page Fonr HOEC fllli PARADE L Procession More Than Mile Long Took 15 Minutes to See It All. WAR SPIRIT SHOWN "Beat Kansas" and "Beat the Kaiser" Reflected in Floats and Stunts. The feeling of "Beat Kansas" was Intermingled with the spirit of "beat the kaiser" yesterday morning in the annual Homecoming parade by Unl- verslty students, which extended iiver a mile and required fifteen min utes to pass a given point. The down town and University streets of the ity were thronged with visitors, who saw the preliminary entertain ment for the Missouri-Kansas game. The Cadet Band led the march and was followed by the University Cadet Corps. Only a part of the men were in uniform. Following the cadets was a representation of a tank, the kind that is now doing the work on the western front. The tank was camouflaged in true style. The Missouri food administration had a large section of the parade. The teachers in the College of Agri culture, headed by Dean P. V. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 December 1917

w SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR SUNDAY MORNING, COLUMBIA, MISSOURI,DECEMBER 2, 1917. NUMBER 66 ME TO DIRECT MR SMN65 SALE Appointment as Chairman of County Came Through Festus J. Wade. 2 BILLION WANTED Certificates Obtainable at Postoflices To Be Re deemed in 1923. J. I McBalne has been appointed by the Secretary of the United States Treasury as chairman of the war savings certificates campaign for Boone County. Mr. McBaine re ceived word of his appointment in a telegram ye?terday from Festus J. Wade, state chairman. He will go to St. Louis Tuesday to a meeting of all the county chairmen and vice chairmen of the state to be held at the Jefferson Hotel. The war savings certificate cam paign is expected to bring into the national treasury $2,000,000,000. The campaign is being directed by Frank A. Vanderlip of New York City, with the assistance of Arthur S. Burleson, Postmaster General, and all postofllce employes. The plan of the campaign is to sell war certificates, obtainable...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 December 1917

Page Two THE SUNDAY MORNING MISSOUB1AX. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1017. SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Ansoclated Press Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of an news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Published every ermine (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning or The MUaourlan Association. Incorporat ed, Columbia. Mo. Office: Virginia BuIIdlne, Downstairs Phones: business Ki; News, in. Kutered at the poitolllce. Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, J3.75; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, - cents, lly mall In Boone County: Tear, SX23; fl months, JL75; 3 months. 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: lear, $4.oO, 3 months, U5; month, 43 cents. National Advertising Representatives: Oan-iuter-Scbeerer Co., tfftb Avenue tlulldlng New York; Peoples das Hulld K. Chicago. A KELH.I0N FOR CROWDS la Christianity old-fashioned for the "crowded whirl" or a m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 December 1917

!"T" 3 3 J THE SDXDAY 3T0BXIXC 3IISS0URI.IX, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1017. ASHLAND CHURCH NOW AND A CENTURY AGO The The Second Church Hiilldinp. One hundred years ago. halfway be tween Itocheport and New Franklin, a log cabin. 1C by 20 fec-t, with a dirt floor, was raised to house the first Christian church west of the Missis sippi River. Last Sunday the descend ants of the pioneers who founded this first church came in their automobiles to dedicate an imposing brick struc ture, the result of -the development of the church and the community in a century. The log cabin church was known as the Salt Itlver Christian Church. When the community became more thickly settled the log cabin gave way to a framo .building but recently this build ing was found to be too small. The present building is more than a church. In the basement a four year high school course is given to the young people of the community and musical and debating societies and other non-religious organizations hold meetings th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 December 1917

- r-g r- 1, -WFV "" ,TW,it? Hprj Y Page Fonr THE SUXDAY MOBKING MISSOUBIAJf. SUNDAY. I)ECE3IBEB 2, 1017 Plant Bulbs Now. They have Just arrived. A fine stock of hyacinths, tulips, narcissus, crocus, etc. Now Is the time to plant bulbs for early spring flowering. Phone 920. Columbia Floral Co. C-49-tt Baptist Sunday School Announce ment. Special feature for today will be a lecture by Mr. E. W. Stephens on "An cient and Modern Wars in Palestine and the Bible Lands." This lecture will be of particular Interest because the British are now fighting the Turks near Jerusalem. Mr. Stephens spent several weeks in Palestine a few jears ago. Classes for everybody at the Bap-' tist Sunday School. Special classes for University and College students. BGG (adv) (Makers of Clothes for Men) THE BEST IN TOWN 'JTC. 4 mu SZ52& JSS" !ffir s yZ,: C 'Miii v iV sz mm -;&. for & w $ - iv- tss: rris i X.i Svjf" MX - a ' . -A-WU .&?. ii f$ m m -il- McCormack and Werrenrath sing "The Crucifix" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 December 1917

"ST-" THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3, 1917. NUMBER 67 asr- . .i ? sj ;l NELSON BACK FROM WORK IN ERST Savs People in East Arc More Alive to War Situa tion Than in West. AT TRAINING CAMPS Agricultural Expert Gets View of Rainbow and Sunset Divisions. V L. Nelson, former assistant sec retary of the State Board of Agricul ture. arrived in Columbia this morn .. nftnr n three months' stay at Min- eola Long Island, where he has help ed to compile the Farmers' Encyclo paedia for Doublcday. Page & Csm rany. Mr. Nelson vill now work with 'the agricultural extension ser vice. He will give special attention to rural organization. Mr Nelson found the East more alive than the West to the magnitude of the war. The book publishing com pany he worked for employs H:.() per sons. They bought 950 Liberty Bonds, in cases where an employe was unable to buy a bond, two or three other workers pooled their savings to buy a bond for him. The purchase of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 December 1917

'-. -1 ?? nawfSB 'r-'f Page Two THE KYEXIXG .MISSOURIAX. .MUX DAY, DECEMBER 3, 1917. - 9k THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED I'KESS) The AsocIatel Press Is exclusively en titled tu tlie use for republication of all neivs dispatches credited to It or not utliemlse credited In tuts paper and also the local news published herein. rublUliril fiery evening (except 8aturday and hunday) and Sunday mornlnc by The Mlmonrlan Aatoclatlon, Incorporat-e-fi, Columbia, Mo. Office: Virginia Building, I'houes: llusluess 55; News, Downstairs 274. Entered at the pastoSice, Coluinula, -Mo., as second-class mail. City: Vear, ?3.T5; 3 months, $1.00; mouth, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. Ilv mall In Hooue County: Year, t3.'S: 0 mouths, $1.75; S months, U0 cents, outside of Hooue County: Year, $4.50; 3 mouths, fl.'Si; month, 45 cents. Nntioual Advertising Itepresentatlves: 'arpeuter-Scheerer Co., Fifth Aveuue iluildlug New York; I'eoples Jas liuild- K. Chicago. Ollt I'.MTEI) STATES Citizens if llie Uni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 December 1917

mf?; w?f f.v?,!? -"Si ' - -. fit: W.K.GARDNERTELLS PASSING OF SUFFRAGE OF IRT1 FRANCE AMENDMENT URGED THE EYEXIXn MISSOUBIAX, .MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1917. , Governor's Son Says French Would Know When Oth ers Arc Coming Over. THERE SIX MONTHS Black Bread, Beans. Soup, Beef and Wine Are Sol diers' Food. menu of black bread, beans, soap, beef and always the inevitable French red wine, good treatment from a nation that looks to the United States for its salvation, and the ever ready question of "When are the oth ers coming over?" these are a few of the lasting impressions of William Change in Constitution Dis cussed by Speakers at Din ner Thursday Night. "JUSTICE AT STAK.E" Mrs. H. W. Allen and Mrs. E. E. Yaggy Uphold De mand of Local Women. "The passage of the Federal Amend ment for woman suftrage is one of t)n most important war measures up before the Nation at the present time." said Mrs. Henry Wade Allen Friday night at the dinner given by the Civic League at the Christian Church. a i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 December 1917

" Page Fonr THE EVENING MISSOUMAN, .MONDAY, REC'EMIIER 3, 131". SOCIETY NOTES Mrs. James Garth entertained at a beautifully appointed bridge luncheon at 1 o'clock today in honor of her guest. -Mrs. Harry Broadhead of St. Joseph. The guests were: Mrs. Broadhead. .Mrs. J. P. McBaine, Mrs. Frank Conley. Mrs. Berry McAlester, Mrs. C. C. Bowling. Mrs. Kent Catron, Mrs. George Lefevrc, Mrs. C. B. Miller, .Mrs. Irvin Hockaday, Miss Margaret Rollins and Mrs. Charles Parish of St. Joseph. The table was decorated with jellow chrysanthemums. The following visitors, entertained by the Delta Tau Delta fra ternity, left Sunday: Lieutenant F. V. Osborne, Camp Funston: Sergeant Paul Witmer, Camp Funston: Lieu tenant A. D. Sheppard, Poplar Bluff; V. N. Deatherage, George Laeuff. and Josephine Newell; Phi Gamma Delta. Misses Eda Lincoln, Corlnne Mackey, Helen Connett of St. Joseph, Esther Adele Williams and Miss Eason of Kansas City. 1,N00 SOUGHT FOR CITY'S POOR Charity Organization Society Begins Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 December 1917

u mu-i'jZ& r t "" r ,&i j THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLOMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4, 1917. NUMBER 68 WILSON ASKS CONGRESS FOR WAR WITH AUSTRIA Immediate Declaration of Hostilities on Kaiser's Vassal Necessary to Meet Situation, President Says No Need for Break Yet With Turkey and Bulgaria. DEAL ONLY WITH GERMANS U. S. Head Says We Can Regard War Won Only When' People of Central Powers Say They Are Ready for Settlement Through Proper Representatives. By Assovlatiil Press WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. Immediate declaration of war agaiiut Austria-Hungary was recommended to Congress today by President Wilson. The President did not, however, recommend a declaration of war against Turkej' or Bulgaria at tins time. "Immediate war," the President told Congress, "is necessary to meet the anomalous situation the United States faces in Its war with Germany, even though Austria is not her own master and merely a vassal of Ger many." "The same logic," he said, "would lead t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 December 1917

.' Tw 'y-Wii'B5-,rrg-nytwtyy W M T- Page Tito TUE EVENING MI880UK1AX. TUBS HAY, DECEMBF.lt 4, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED TRESS) Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively en titled to the use for republication or all nens dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and alio the local news published herein. I'oblUhed every evening (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday mornlnr by The Mluourlan Asaoclatlon. Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Office : Virginia Building, Downstairs 1'hones: Business 53; News, 2ri. Entered at the postofflce. Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. City Year, $3.75: 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 ct"nts; copy, 2 cents. Ity mall In Boone County: Year, S3. 0 months. S1.75; 3 ??n.-.90vftirin. , Outside of Boone County: Year, ?4M), a months, SL'-C; month. 45 cents. National Advertising Uepresentatlres: rarpVnter.Scheerer Co, filth Avenue Building New York: Peoples as Bulld- B. Chicago. THE CIVILIAN' SW0RH The staying power of a natio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 December 1917

" i &. -p1-1" Jvr THE EVENING MI.sSoUItlAN, TJJESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1917. Tage Three 1 RAILS BOND ISSUE SOCIETY NOTES IS UP MJftlAWAY Millersburg Special Road District to Vote on $1 1,000 Proposition Dec. 21. HIGHWAY'S ONLY GAP Plans Being Made to Obtain $35,000 in County East of Boone. plans for the completion of the Old Trails Uoail In Callaway County, ad joining Boone County on the east, are .mine steadily ahead. The commis sioners in the Millersburg special road district have called a bond elec tion for December 21 to vote on nn issue of $11,000 for building the road across the district. This district ad joins Boone County and is the only gap left in the road where no pro visions hac been made for the com pletion of the highway. Bonds have been voted for building the road east of Fulton through the Calwood and Williamsburg districts to the Mont gomery County line. Set en and one-half miles of road are in the district, and it the bond issue carries arrangements will then lie ma...

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