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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 29 November 1920

- PA5-1!X THE COLUMBIA EVENING MBSOUMArKl MONDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1920 V BOARD nnmhcr of entries compare favorably TO PETITION SCHOOL hilh Uiat ol the Lorn Snow in 1919. By j la o'clock this morninj, fifty entries hud jiom Edward May Be Succeeded been made. A Urge crowd of fanners i bv Mrs. Babb. 1?CtiUTORS FINISH MEETING J -Appointments Arc Made and Resign nations Accepted. The Board of Curator ol the I'niver 'ly of Missouri met ia Colombia last Wednesday arid Thursday. The resignation of Dr. J. T. Marden, associate 'professor of chemistry, was ac cepted and Allen Edwin Steam was ap pointed to 11 the position. Mr. Steam , h a graduate of Leland Stanford Uni versity and tho University of Illinois, and comes to Missouri from the Uniremly of Wet Virginia. thief catalocer at the University Libra- entered this year. Tho farmers a.-k afternoon and owning at tho homo of ry. Craii Ruhr v annointeJ assist. I Question pertaining to the quality and fcogeue A. Logan, 507 Rollins. Fancy . i - I -f...

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. — 30 November 1920

H If f it Hg coliAaeing THIRTEENTH YEAR "ARKANSAS LAW ,nTmnn ATrvrrmi' TfflS MORNING Gov.'EIrct McRae, Accom- p3nicd by 78 Legislators, Visits Missouri College of Agriculture. TRIP TO COST $15,000 Will, Inspect Agricultural Col leges of Middle West Be fore Planning Arkan sas' Program. Seventy eight member of the Arkansas ' IjiUture and twelve business men. hided by Governor-eleet Thomas C. JtRic and accompanied by a drlega j&sa f farmers and business men arrived ji Cslumbia at 8 o'clock this morning u die firt lap of their inspection trip t the agricultural colleges of tlie Middle Vest. This is tlie rao-t pretentious trip of its Lad ever taken by a Southern str tc. It vill cast approximate!) S1SJXK) and of this anujut the business men cl Little Ecckconlrict J $5,000 through its vari. 4US assnciaticis. Te cartv .'tlut1 manr rldl men lh w 7 - aljoitl tlmr tonplts. ' TTis TTt" i ii r.lA. rtan Itnla l.bt-ra BimliaDla, liwjcrs and nca from rv- wall, o! lifj Vtw. ,. t o,4i n, m w m!.,...

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. — 30 November 1920

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAK, TUESDA Y.-XOXTEMBER SO, 1920 i(!)ODSTOFFS TN m-i'-wors start, - pCOLUMBIA GO middy," movmient tDOWN IN PRICE' j:i 'Sizeof Universe DoesNot Reduce Responsibility, Says Dr. H. D. Curtisi - J.ohes upon our .rcInoU er rwftr iJiaa ! nra nir nrral anil miTmt. i t".B'T!Tr.l'" m-rfcr rtungrth. Fhe eaw fe. Kimiklntge of tlie siit of ihe urmere T'nr . . hU reverence to- d religious anairs. according to Dr. a corioity. Girls coming to the Uni ver. r,v ' . , ., .- , , ,. . ... , , u religious anairs. accoraing io ir. Fouuecn Nece3sities Tlut Cot l""", i'' ""V"11 ,0. "le Hel-r D. Grtis director of the .1- ffKAln j l . , ... no rnaaic ir u - are iwti worn. Ijut i 1 L rt . , . i... I ,. . i.i ., . . iT;iirn viD-enaioiv. vino spoke nrre ii 1 now, altera gradual pro-Minn popularity 'UPJ j einii i ... "''" inrttigulire Now Quoted at $15.32. EGGS ATi Mirv uipurn IS. , i'ncc'or Coal Fall SlinhtK rx tin rrv-u-ef ul sarnwnt. r.miM tl. nvnrrami among 'nitw-ilv vnmen, tn-l ...

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. — 30 November 1920

PAGE TKRFF. THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOTOK& JTT5D VY. NQVKVWB 30 7090 gjg kl Society UNIVERSITY NEWS Turrtising. -Mr iwiT,'ittrnuVil tl- Urn .1 icrsit) lit year and fa enrolled m tu Sihool of Jouinab-m. lrt FJIa JTvrtr. socutr editor. It von fun nms nl nrlnl tt nt irttv i5t. Louis on a buincss trip. .i Columbia anil the UnlirrutT. the Musoutum trdl otwriiilr ; ;i ,, .J! 1. N. Peters Jr an instructor in client ctS MUs f)c Ij tcltplume, Xo. 27J, Irtuetn 11 o'cocA. and noon, each day. C C. McCurkle left this afternoon for w fA IXIIE' TO. liOSiON. -fhf dinner guM at the fraternity 1 days at the llii kappa Psi hou-c: . ft. l . i. .. .. rni r- . c. 11 e Li ii fIpe jgmia) i.ti.. ia... wwifet .j.cicnou. 11. v. ciicjuict Cnu MiAa tpilon, Mrs. illiam I J. U Iion Forrest D. Stout. Chailcs W. I Ovcsand Miss Helm Groses ol Cordcr, I Evans, Lale Andrews, F. T. Boncbrakc, tLuMiss Mddrcil Uwcn ol 5U Josepu,. U. Ilite, August Soatcrback, Jr., 11. jjcrt Curtm ami Kobert Swofford of J jjnsas Ol. Mi...

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. — 30 November 1920

ffi 55- jnWts . , -THEC0LmmiEVEiNGMISS0lJRIAX:4:riiE$DAY. NOVEMBER 30, 192(? SPACE FOUR' IV H THE COLUMBIA" ' " pPhM&"SpssihieiIiar.iia EVENING MISSOUR1AN 'ffaJul1 a"h'ia f e Jjie : .world would ever lead to the .tdiitf irrr THE NEW BOOKS -laoiisnea noj evening excels otu-, .'.-L. I rl-,. i .!. if. ' J. Svi:.itt. is .J mankind. In a past arris Maltha, tn. sociationJTloc, Jay H. Neff IlaU.' Colcm- .uncialcd his principle predicjhig th Jnd , Ka, Missouri. , of man when people should lu-1n.f jlLJUAMl JOHJibO.. auwcni SUBSCIUPTION RATES Gty: Week, 10 emu; aingJo copip, 5 cent J By mail in Boone County: Yer. A25; 0 months SlwS; 3 months, ! .TBU; month, 35 cents. Outside the county;Year, J150: p eonths JL2j: month. 43 ccMs. Pli able in advance. I :tt .Member Audit Bureau oi Grculatioss Entered as second-class mail matteL sLceptan'-c for mailing at special ran f postage provided for in Section 110$ creased to such an extent that there would be scarcity of economic foods Our age lias di...

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 November 1920

jw9""jwv CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a it a (SZ.KV ESTATE FOR SALE 1SALE-Tlndid building lot on rsin avenue, 60 by 233 Sett. Price, F. A. Henningcr. 41-tf FOR SALE frOR SiLE Majestic coal range and ' fa range; rtotn in peilect con- Phnne Wfl. H-81. fOR SALE Complete net of Century ifcuiry ana Cyclopedia. Last edi- Ui ciotn pinuing, imn paper, fix vol- rhone 797. I'.J7 LOST AND FOUND U)CXlkadeil bag on mezzanine f l lavem mursiiay morning. hair ulcase call Christian College of- Ifo 44-grcen. H-ii I05T alurdav Lcrneen Parker Ilos- Li and Col-itaLia Theater a Phi Deta fratermtv pin. Keirard. Uwight kbiton. Phone 218. W-8I (j05TCf.U cuff link viith date '1903 i cor face, lniti d on other; probably fcTirem. E. V. Page, phone B03. l'-77. CT "it the Miouri Kan-as tame V xrist watch with "Alpha Sept. I 70 on the lac licturn to Mis- nian office, vv-n. LOST EroMi lSoralino hat, white lin- tat Tavern last Saturday, niglit from in lobbv. Return to II. C McCray, SOS. M-78. I LOST A jeweled Kappa ...

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 November 1920

&&.&&$&'. yf - -0 :.s s?AGE SET THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSODRIAK. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 50. 1920 URGES SHIPPER TO CO-OPERATE WITH EXPRESS With- Christmas Less Than a Month Away, Local Office -Advises Early Mailing. MANY WAYS OF HELPING Correct and Legibly Written Ad dresses are Biggest r eaturc in Handling Rush Work. "I rate wish some people would hare a heart," said an expressman this moo ing. "Imagine hindlipg around S0.0M piece In roonihl That a way I hate to tee Christmaa come." With Christmas leu thn t nionfc away, the express companies re brgU ning to feel the increased pressure, fa honnal times the local office handles about 11500 packages each month. It i estimated that durins the month ci December not lew than 50.000 packagi shipped from all over the United States and the world will he bandied here. With such an enormous amount of work to do, the cooperation of shipper and expressman is necessary. Such tilings as corrrct and iegibly written ad drees and veil ...

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. — 1 December 1920

pjSflBWBft 1 JRr""1"r,,P' 'VZ1- " ""5 r nTVJT XX COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR 'JRKANS.ASS GO ON WITH TOUR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1920 THE WEATHER j AUSTRIA GAINS MMU$EKSUliJ IN THE LEAGUE! , For Columbia and licinit): Partly TOTPn rrXVJ i l?uUU7' etn"Ur "u tonight and AMES IOWA , ""i" $j?h chMe in ,fmp" .iilXiUjiVy Vl-a:urc bat slightly warmer Thursday i iwnci itmperaturc tonight about 30. I For Missouri: Mostlv clouds- ioni?t r -.. and Tiur.i. . -..A .u ' .- .. uommmce P"ature. ' Without Discussion I)V As- , Shippers' forecast- Within a radius of , Sembly Figllt Was Ex 20O miles of Columbia the lowwt tera-1 nectdi i pcraturc dnrinir ilu nrt tfi Lnt. ..nt , " 'ENJOY THEIR STAY HERE ab-" t. south and north; 34 rHANKS FOR WIT CON Legislathc Trip Gives Chance to btuuy Agricultural Con ditions in Neighboring States. I COLUMBIA'S MAIL INCREASES i Holiday Spirit Makes More Work for Local Potofflee. ' ' During November, 6.EQ0 special iei livrry letters an...

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. — 1 December 1920

SSBS&SSSfSSBESiia&'S&ismwagiBssmassiai x ,??' F JIM?y! aB6sl: x SSSP; THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAX, EDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1920 m issues GOVRRNnR5i Blv w - lilVI M. - Br feHoushig Situation, One fiM,PrMemft to Be Dis- CUSSed. l !.-.. -JL... " ' ' 'Jlulen. ."WJ'aV 1 . J -w . : Mil. Emma Iowl Mix.' Ellin and D. -M. THE NEW STATE SENATE. ooMIkli i'ETsaiJ. There are approximately eighteen hund red students in me university wuou-ic noi. suu ;nvcu ...i t .- ll1Jn (V! . 1 . , ., . ... c- o rSi..!.i - tfl i.t J?.f. f ,-ur. inn .iiin imwh-3 ........ ... .- , lne i)onnel ox ine new ?uie cnaic 01 .Missouri, prrparru uy uio .avvrciary .01 i - ji . . u In'mhi. .nnbl ihr Harvest Festival f.,... i. - i m.- pn..i.t;.n. -ill Mn,.Al ,!.' .n.f -t,L AWeMn I frhis. Is. lhe twentr-sixth edition fix. the .UU.U.V ..- - iair, V Kt Ml... .iv ... tuu.....tw ..... wvut.v. .... nK -... h tiiu.ntnui'n j .. 1 - ; . . . ... -,, . W. .. ...f..w .J.'i.. 11 1 . 2 1 ...?.t ..s.. .( i.li.. . (iim.1 .C :.....

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. — 1 December 1920

'vefrr$' n i . THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAX WEDNESDAY. DECEMBEn 1, 1920 5 STATES TO DISCUSS NEEDS '! university news J (Making Flour Is a Clean and ! iapiu j. iULcoa iii vuiumuia lviiua MARRIAGES DISRUPT MORALE OF TEACHER'S 11 il AT THE THEATERS PACE THREE -! AGENCY AT nnMSTU A; . COLUMBIATonight Onlr, Tom Mix Qitiatna is a popular tine for teach- m "The Terror" comej to the Columbia cr to marry, according in Vrthur Cline "'. another thriller ih at be ha 11. b. Bill returned jestenlajr from a fJ? TlTYnr TT7'A1 , v r Diri!n "'" T Culuinbia lias to roller milk repre- ilie vhut u fcurcd, anJ tla-ttJ aul JV liLUwYl IU1 r,-hea,ma,oht'n.. ,,,,,,,- tle , 6!iem ..C nulling that . ,sv-il lhrouyh majricl. hliicli tlimiaat. in Kan. as Uly )e.lcniay after isiliii' . . UM. ., ,i,. ,,,t tin. The 1 all mmr..- t.f .mi. ih.t mirl.i time e tier daughter Kalhrnnc since TliurnUv -!,,.,"-.,,- ,. I.v itu. 1-n.ini. ftiiinii ' i.nl .!. .I...,:-,, a,.,! l,:-l. nulil f the aine Tiacher An-ncr. Tt;. made U...

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. — 1 December 1920

sMWBgMghMwwa.. - . -.. ,-, - UE . , .,. - - ii 111 ! iirafWiiBi-mrrtfr-Tr-f -....-.. ... ..... stggSiaMEMMiMBMMMMMiM'iiMBg - - - - -Jg-i-iHBawMgiihMiaa. jww BBOBRflHmpMHHtodJIIUMW s f$P& 5v'-' ."g wfuw'" yiFytMP'.n ' -.yitij I1:'"''"11 ;' win cafMHfflf- vTT - l!"fWl -" $!rts;"er "j W-TW -J"T .. ' 'tr"tk -t7 K 14 il n J- .r " - .MEWMJ " ! IIH.fa -T.-M.S.- B.T-H -" "'T' -" -" TfcJ TT" - " - -.t . --- HMHnMiKflHHMHiVMHSRH9SBniMBKW4 - jmbttw nwrinwii iiimiimii mi nm mihi mi ;re-ir?iMiji LAinMn9ffB9SJIl!HKEJUiii .P11 wsnw: TUBCOLUMBIAEVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1.-1920 KTHE COLUMBIA ENING MISSOURIAN everr evenini? werfit Son- bTtheJkHsonii4nvPal)U.bin(; As- flMiMOori. ALFONSO JOHNSON.. ItoMia KJBSCIUPT10N KATES jGty: XTcclc, 10 cenu; iinglo copies. est . SjFrnail in Boone Conor?: Yair, f3S; 6,mouihj, $1.73; 3 months, SO et; .tLonth, 33 cents. Outside the coantv: Year. t!30:l 3 onths. $1.25: mnnlli IS m,. T'lv. wSia advance. Member A edit Bureau Grrulaiiia Lntertd as secon...

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. — 1 December 1920

fPf? --"PW?" ?f?r- f?c"' ?far "" T J"'or3P!r-i(sir7-a "nwcj7-'(w "Te-s CLASSIFIED ADS Haifa Cent a TTord a Daj. Pkone M l estate for sale E i-plendid building lot on i arenue, 60 by 233 feet. Price, ; A, Henmnger. 41 if FOR S VLE MLE Majestic coal range and i range; both in perfect con- tone OWi. n-oi. fFOR RENT rEST Three unfurnished rooms llBnsrkccping w modem house. P3U Pins Road or phone 71 II4U. )ST AND FOUND WANTED A woman to cook for thirty people. See Miss Effie Graham. '.002 University Are. C-79. WANTED TO BUY WvTsTED TO BUY-A small farm, CO to 120 acres ell improved, on a good toad, not more than four mile from r. tumbia. H. N. Cleaver, Perry, Mo. C82, C-82. WANTED Furs for winter storage. Brick building. Phone 1128 or 1M. THECOLUiMDIA EVENING M1SS0URIAN. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER' 1. 1920 PACK THE day of November, 1920. f (55L) R. & POLtURD, Clerk N. T. Centry Attrfor Plffs MARJORIE QULN'N, Deputy. (Last insertion December 19.) ORDER OF PUBLICATION". MISCELLANEOUS Siturday ...

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. — 1 December 1920

;!. iMCE SK THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAK. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1. I . . I j. ' ' '' .... . I 1920 . a- M I',.' i-l fk Ik- 8 r, i !, i ." ; III il . i ! t k ", Ife II ft. Bit hi '-i WATER MAINS - LOSE HALF OF CITY'S SUPPLY -Fifty-One Per Cent of Amount Pumped Disappears on Way tq Faucets of Consumers. METERS ARE BLAMED Flush Tanks of Sewer System to Be Overhauled in Effort to Remedy Excessive Leakage. The amount of water pumped from the cirr deep wells here durins; the Teat 1919 is reported to have been 30.200,000 cubic feet. Of thij emantirv M.5M.538 cubic feet were registered upon the meter! of in the furnace, Wilde must carry tons customers in the city. land tons of coal f..r the kitchen ranj-e The consumption of water varies great- nd help latter spill ashes on the Boor. NO WORRY FOR SIS IN WINTER; ONLY CHANGES FURS; DAD PAYS BILLS Astronomically speaking, winter begins December 22; tempcraturieally. It la here now; weather bureaucally, it is go ing to stay for some time. This ...

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. — 2 December 1920

M -"""'" w '" mmmmm '? ajt r& ! a THE COLUMBIA EVERING MISSOU -car THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THGRSDAYpECEMBER 2, 1920 FOUR O'CLOCK EDITION f NUMBER 7a RIAN RAPID DECLINE IX PRICES IS h HURTING MANY -Basic Commodities Have Dropped 33.5 Per Cent Since High Point , KV in Mav. NOW "BUSINESS SLACK Fanner 'lliong Hardest Hit by Low Prices His Pro- d vk Uring On Alarket. Tie Idlan ng made on generuZ flasf- v son emit! j r ient The Masouritat I if tie "U nat to Dank 0 New York'. Oy. I J .1 r .. ' IOC uav u-ii u in vrmi-vi. vi prices, 01 ... . r t 1 . r . in ia.i " -v N..c ..v.v. iu wv. 1 5uus urougnt n uireuii court mis gV her, ha be oat more general and pie- Afternoon. Iopitate in the la- month. The hopes tha TmTe dtntze f nit, vefe fl!cJ ,1, tnf. Syhad been entrrtainca iliat tha descent, -i-mit clerk toda). Elsie Fay Ferguson K to a lover level would be accomplished UsVs for divorce from Charles C. Allison f I... I. la. .-... a. .a a, aa aMrlaiiaf an i(. w gradually that U.C...

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. — 2 December 1920

- jaWMMtor,, . .. - aaaaaeWswE! "-JV "Vx & -'''-.. 7 it "t? -'H-v'f '-..- V ''- imwwiW m -wy; :i W it t; Igqtgto. BWSTATR" l-. - tir- "-'-' -s-W . ITV rnTTtiTTT1-? . aT i nil B-a m r i-UlIi, Tk t 'n.-rrr'-T-fr. .- -, I 1ffl Vft H K Sl.Vl r -.i . - 'ne.lteattRMl rt Mmmimt isTi4':. t: . BKRi" "coI"anWBW , rake Place on AH Com I!SG ARiT INCREASED , -; ft- iis Resctre"S!.iik Repwrta i ... JuClotluiMr Sales Slump . I LaAy-Onisrt'Can- ' ; cUed. I?.. . -. . - irji ap8 sdiettw-nt Kesjaii-RoiirDF". m. aer ta WtHtur Mi'Kamn SUjHrici'Ko. 8, in MtttnhX a" "i-1 ,. rWSMM and agrfcuirnral ,- li -a ujjUS ike M msatk. Tte- '.! i ' 'rssuJ monthly dmuail ibo r''-ir"' lene-cak cf 3t Uhis. vrhivptrioJ of bminew dscl."!-1 " Icconpstued by fnrthrr pritf diviiae. 3j I10. tettil arj muoftcturing cob- il tiacertaiaty far ceasamcrt. tb ? tfll fwfeJ befaK M 9"pone pe.chjt" i, long f as- poOThrt, Keording to six. .as-bets narrow w a iwecaiiif batit- MA. matted iRoeaK in ntiip so omits ItLroabsnt tx aiurkt 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. — 2 December 1920

-; tj " . . j IV 1 ' ' t-' 'M IB THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. THURSDAY. nFmmEfffr ioort ' memm i ; hi ii " " ii DEANS TO CAPITAL CITY jjf flFROPHETSARE gJIINRELIABLEAS mTTER ITSELF THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. BiTHE evenly of Season Is Foretold With Assurance by Manv But Tliey Don't Agree. TWO MORE BAYONETS FOUND HERE; ENGRAVED y IN. FRENCH SCRIPT Two more old Fnndi ltvnnt. 1,.. been located in Columbia. Several net-Is ago a bayonet of French make. orn and rust eaten, as unearthed at the home of Society SQUIRRELS KNOW It iS'fiL?, Corn Shucks and Seagulls furnish the signs Upon Which Some Persons Depend. j. A AU ffcn and symbols fail in dry aC.etler but not so in the prediction" j afoot tlie kind of winter te vill have. h tl It i 'he rreat outdoor sport of the Hflffrfder bo)s to look, at this sign ant' A .that "f. scratch their heads villi a r . . ... .1 .r . . j i.i . ttfrrai m i ivinmiiainn taiinougn a jVtfir rainuf arc aireau) mane Up;, and jBfforrtcll jut hat kind of a wi...

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. — 2 December 1920

J IPACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1SS0URIAN; ffiURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920, - 1 a t,. .. mtlVr thev must slave for iheir 1 . . - I ..n. w..i . llfi 13 I""""" ' ' ' I 'A 1 1 T T Tw . i ! nTVVKKN III . MKS. w ixnvnnn iw iviiwtvM.n. ' a JL( lyuvuv .. v xriHwvi't' v ' " TH COLUMBIA EVENING "MISSOURIAN C VoMlbwl event nnintt vrnt Sim. I ay It the Jlissoutian Publishing As. soeiatmn, jn. Jay IJ. Neff Hall, Gilum , Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON. Manacoi rets as mo'Jtrs they must Jave for their children; and in the end they lure ruin ed and surfeited their own loved ones! Success can be a Jailuredf not backed bjr good judgment. It lias littn said Ibat "if a man bare a "Why go Jo the river duck hunting?" inquires ihr editor of the Fa)Ctte D-roo-rrat Leader anil then be relates the" fob SUBSCRIPTION KATES City: lippefc, 10 cents; iinfle copies i cents Ujr mail in Boone County: Year, A23; 6 nionlhj, $1.73; 3 month, 90 jents; month, 33 cent. Outside the county: Year, $150; 3 months, $1.23; month, 43 ...

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. — 2 December 1920

TTIE ISM ESTATE I'Olt SALE . .jumbit. II. iir life' .- R g ""' .a v B $at i'.; ait? m lo. Bit- CLASSIFIED ADS II all a Cent a Word a. Daj. Phono Ci J day ( November, 1920. (ScaL) 1L, S. POLLED, Oat jN T. Gentry, Any. for I'Iffe. COLUMBIA EVENTNT MISSOHUAft JURSpY. DECEMBER 2, 1920 PVCEFTVE In the Field of Spo?t ndid building lot on ' , i.y ia feel. Price, i.-n'r. 41-lf .- ALE N. Cleavtr, Penyy JIu. C-82. C-S2. ; M-usjoniE oaKN.-bcprtx. ww omcfki rL'X '.' the remainder of hi daw STINKS HE HAS CASCBR CLHE: .- oi ! i j cmrnt the money that pilars i:.'u aa frwa iu Jitropcja admit'eii. . 2r. Ratlls, of fic;cr.3y. CbiEi io! f Ey:- ..- . . ierrices will be Have -Hade tie Dwrorery. (Last jomjUou Diaber-19.) "iiTSeHCGtfJEdljif ORDER OF PUBLICATION. :;,.. and r'Jt'i Coa- il-3.. NOTICE.-, J.-E.uck tleEfaSba. T-.ii WHCtUJtditMisTOiriMlbaifeCT, ufiict, he will be nreaentatf! i f,i r ". j tfD emtrnto . r.:ci pnsrig -irii.e .. 1. jtjbi f.Jrtbc Pike- ".e- f 1 1 ;8-K!5. ii i!s -if l.,T..iH.Bt WilK-K...

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. — 2 December 1920

a al'ni.lii.. in inajMa.mMeJtj-Hiiii n wip,ai 'si ?-. asgszjr?5 i :, -r !AGDSK THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920 I !'i;3aWlBiHBMMMMIlP!BW i & M.U. STUDENTS CARELESS WITH LIBRARY BOOKS Fines Assessed Do Not Lessen Habit of Keeping Them Out After Time Expires. "MOTIVES ARE SELFISH Mutilation of Volumes in Read ing Room Has Resulted in Removal of Some To Stacks. - University students will tar m in. - "wer tlie charce that thev are careless and I Mn. IJoscIIe. of Uic Boone County N. M-lfish in the ue 0f llbrarj- books. ' tiorial Bank, fmilingly anwcred that the Enough instances could be praJuced to nevt big tuJi for the bank Idler would the plea thai only a few individual are , be just a feK days prior to Christmas to blame would prove rroundless. The i student body in general most face the charge. The principal fault to be found with those who male use of the University library is the disregard of the fact that aomeonc else might want to use the book. This...

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. — 3 December 1920

ii-ViS. -jjigK THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN --ai: t THIRTEENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1920 FOUR O'CLOCK EDITION NUMBER 79 MSJP1JM III' If HI' "? I SI -- 4 M jill' COLUMBIA TO fiSEEK CARNEGIE ;.UBRARYFDRD tjfijlJic Iibrarv Board and Com r 'ire-anil V Council Plan to Se- - " cure Endowment of 50,000 by Fall. $2,000 FIND STARTED. Xtun iu ".. "" """-'" Present Library to Hold Open House on Date of Establishment. 1 Tie Public Library Board. with the - lieb of tlie Coouauiuty Council, is he 's? ?JU-i nlons fur a camnaiim for a r.'rijwgie Librart Prof. J. E. wrench. ;: yniroia of uic ixecume committee of ', ie Communil-, ( ouncii, announced this He library 1 ard has brought pres. "stre to bear on the Carnegie Library En S jmrment cEcials in New York, and al J thuigh there luvr been no Carnegie fitotnes cam airing me war penoa on account of high building prices, Chair man Wrench intimated that if the ic niud for a new city library was great cwegh by next fall, the e...

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