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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 December 1916

w .VJ THE DAILY M8SQUKIAW, MUB8B-AY KTEKPTfl, BECKOER 7, 1M. SOME EARLYDATES IN STATE'S HISTORY Y. 1821. Jan. 2. First county court of LU jard (now Lafayette) County. Jan. 8. First county court of Cooper County at house of Robert P. Clark In Boonville. Jan. 15. First circuit court held jn Cole County. Jan. First county court In Lincoln County. Jan. 15. first county court of Gas conade County. Jan. 22. First county court met In Franklin County. Feb. 5. First circuit court in Sa line County at Old Jefferson, -first county seat. Feb. 5. First circuit court in Cal laway County. Feb. 12. First county court in Madison County. Feb. 12. First circuit court in Lafayette County at Mt Vernon. " Feb. 12. First county court In Cal laway County. Feb. 23. First Missouri Masonic Grand Lodge in St. Louis. Feb. 23. First county court held In Boone County at Smithton. Feb. First circuit court In Ray County at Bluffton. Feb. 26. Meeting of first county court of Howard County at OldFrank- Iin. Feb. 2C F...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 December 1916

jgrw-r-r j. 75?- THE PAn.Y'msS0raiAyrCTiJMATgTEWiy8PgCBMBBg 7MMK. CN 'IS:-ill K r i ;. ! W Ir THE DAILY Published every evening (except Satmrdny ana oanaayj ua sanaar !!( ny The MlMenrUn AsracuUlan, Ineerpemt ed. Celnmfcis, Mo, Frank H. Kins, rresiaent ua saltan a. u, Bulnets Mner. Addren all communications to THE DAILr MISSOUBIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Bolldlog-. DowniUIra Phones: Business, S3; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Ma, as second-class null. Tear, $50; month, 25 cents; copy, S cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The MIssourlan recelres the dispatches of the United Press Associations. EAST AND WEST AGAIN The West, baring tasted victory and the power of conquest in the recent presidential election, Is preparing to meet another invasion this time not political leaders but of a great foot ball team. The event will take place on January. 1, 1917, at Pasadena, Cal., where the University of Oregon and the University of. Pennsyl...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 December 1916

Hggw'm'A!.v v - v,i "T" r" ' .j' ' c ' vjer -x .- -pw ..-, TTJ sga 9JpTP'T?"s,5. " 1? ; THE DAILY MI8S0UMAN, THUKSDAY ETENTK6, DECEMBER 7, 11. Page Fire THE OPEN COLUMN CAMPUS TYPES II lit . .nMle forum for tbe discussion of A. public Articles should be iP.nd slened by tbe writer, at proof fJL editor of cood faith. Signatures f Sowrt necessarily Dubllsbed. & . Z $ A Reply to -n. .- .-.-. iho vlasourlan: This is In ,Ver to "W. H." as to what he says , the Open Column Sunday. j . avnpAaalnir R1irnrifl& w disgust t0 find: "A negr dele" te from St. Louis (yea, in atten dee with white people as were other negroes on terms of absolute social uality in tne anssuun sui wel fare" Conference)" But you dodge the issue "The men ace of America Is the menace of the Melting Pot" by expressing your pro found sympathy for the "Downtrod den Race." the Biblical "hewers of stone and drawers of water." We are neither a "Negro lover" nor a "Negro hater." But the Negro is the lowest element in Ame...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 7 December 1916

k,'S' i i M BBgPJEjl9?v -"'SS! r hHHK Page Six - pv DE. A. BOSS HILL AS AN ACTOR THE DALLY aOSSOUWAirTHIIBS DAT EVEMIK6, DECEMBER 7, 1916. Head of University, of MIssoHri Ap pears lEyBaHway Club Comedy. - Dr. A. Ross Hill, president of the University ofMIssouri, appeared last night in "The Union Station," a com edy presented at the Players' The ater by the St. Louis Railway Club as its annual Christmas entertainment, according to yesterday's Post-Dis patch. He represented a "distinguish ed traveler" coming In on the train from Columbia and was met by Mayor Kiel and a group of the alumni of the university, who gave college yells. Doctor Hill later made a speech, pointing out that the railways would make greater profits if the farmers of Missouri could bo trained to grow better apples, more and better corn and hogs and to produce more dairy products. The "Union Station" sketch was participated in by Mitchell Harris, Miss Olive Templeton and others of the Mayers'.. Theater Company. Fol...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 December 1916

r- t 'i'mi-fryrlrr& - r-t ?mm&? THE DAILY MISSOURIAN tflNTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1916. SIX PAGES NUMBER 84 Til W9 HIIHIIiMWIIII'WIIII"lll"l Uli'l H WPIBH1I tmiUillL 1IU'- 1 ILU111 -. LAU 11 - ,--t , -.. -h-' B! V. r FOODSTUFFS INQUIRY liftKESTOES DROP Eggs and Potatoes Cheaper When Chicago Grocers Are Haled Into Court. " MEAT FALL IS LIKELY Subpoenas Served on Jobbers Expected to Result in An Immediate Decrease. Br United rress CHICAGO, Dec. 8 The corner In eggs and other produce appears to be smashed today. Eggs are down 5 cents below the high point Butter has eone down 6 cents a pound. Po- l tatoes have dropped 10 to 15 cents a bushel. Five nunarea reiau grucv . were summoned to appear before the federal grand jury today. "Egg King" . . in ,. i W'etz is "stranded," witn z,uuu,uuu eggs, and admits tnai ne nas enousu F of this.' Decrease In Meat prices Expected. Br United Press CHICAGO, Dec. 8. Meat prices were expected to follow the other com...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 December 1916

1EkB' Face Two h I S p-. i THE DAILY 3IISS0UBIA5, FBIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1916. 1 . 1 ADVISES ENGINEERS Christmas Suggestions Games and Toys of all kinds in our Children's Department. Erectors Building Sets, Paper Dolls, Toy Furniture, Chess, Checkers. A large and complete line of Stationery. Ivory, Cut Glass, Fountain Pens, Leather Goods, Brass-Desk Sets, Japanese Baskets and Novelties of all kinds. Books Books Books Never was our line more carefully selected or more complete. Call and see them. Pictures and Picture Framing. CAMPBELL 4 ALEXANDER 920 BROADWAY 4 Magazine Subscription a gift that will please. A sample of our offers: Review of Reviews S3. 00 Woman's Home-) 1.50 Companion l?"e 1.50 American Mag. J Adress Scribner's Magazine 3.00 World's Work 3.00 Harper's Magazine 4.00 $4.00 saving $2.00 $8.50 saving $1.50 Make up your own club and take advantage of our offers We meet or beat any offer made by a reputable agency. CO-OP BROADWAY ODEON House of Refined Amusment and Co...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 December 1916

. T9B I n. 91 u. Jai jiU ,NEVS. , and COMMENT id Nebraska's defeat at the hands of iimM anu " wuov 0 ,... Allies seem to have tad .little effect "ntfthe schools connueiiue iu, uu ability of the 1916 Husker team,- In y selection of an All-Valley .teany the 'billy Nebraskan saysr ''It musti. be 'ftneedeanhat Nebraska1 .....'. is .far u-Unr to any team In the Valley" i"ihi "therefore, It Js onlyjust that Nebraska should have tne majority oi places, ith Ames and Kansas next -tn-tte-considered." -1- .-r .-iir:rvT-l 1... ft ...,. I In JUStlCe 10 ine cuiaa&ou, ii uiyai be said that the selection was made before the Thanksgiving, battle but even that hardly gives the paper grounds for selecting five Huskers and only one Tiger on the first team and three other ftuskers and one Ti ger on the second eleven. And of the two Missouri men selected, Stankow ski is put out of his position and placed at half, while Muir, who was out of the last few games, gets a job on the second team. Here Is th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 December 1916

f S5fPw!PTOwrB55,B!?T: JWWPTFJTt' WFV)' I" L K u ' k Pag Feir Tq: E DAILY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY EYEMNG, DECEMBER 9, 1918. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published erery erenlnf (except Saturday and Bandar) and Bandar morahf by The MJcaonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo, Frank II. King-, I'mldent and Editor; A. G. Ulnman, jiBiiimi iaaiwgcr Address all communlcatlous to TUG DAILY 'MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building. Dov-astalrs Phones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo, as second-class mall. Year, L50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The MIssourlan recelres the dispatches of the United Press Associations. EATING OUT OF CANS The American people are to a large extent fed out of tin cans. Every meal some content of the can Is upon the dining table. Once in awhile a tin can gives the consumer of its contents ptomaine poison. But the tin can and its contents are many times the sav iors o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 December 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURI!, FRIDAY JVENIKG, DECEMBER 8, 1916. Page Fire. Let Us Help You Do Your Xmas Shopping Renie Hardware Company GUITAR BUILDING Phone 1344 Auto Del. 4- oervice j Here ij 1 We Suggest Shopping Early We will be glad to send your parcel post or an express package for you, and de liver your purchases, on Xmas eve. Renie Hardware Company GUITAR BUILDING Phone 1344 Auto Del. Service Here Community Silverware 1847 Rogers Bros. Salad Forks Individual Butter Knives Sugar Tongs and Spoons rie Knives Bouillon Spoons Tea Spoons Dessert Spoons Table Spoons Ice Tea Spoons Carving Sets Electric (Jhahng uisnes Electric Uottee Macnines Electric Percolators Aluminum Teakettles AGENCY Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup and Ebony Tread Tires and Tubes, guaranteed 5,000 and 6,000 miles. tt&b HOTPOINT TOASTERS $4.00 A JKtsbt. Wear iiver cook- u f ' ylBfMBtf-. x X f CASSEROLES and BAKING DISHES $1.50 to $7.50 Complete line of Wear iiver cook- ine Utensils Electric Irons Manicure Sets Scissor Sets ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 8 December 1916

:jt-ss -- '' 'l Pace' Six THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY EVEMIX6, DECEMBER 8, 1M6. SOME EARLY DATES, IN STATE'S HISTORY YI 1822. 2. Establishment of Clay Jan. County. Jan. 11. "City of Jefferson" adopt ed as the official name of the perma nent seat of government Jan. 11. Adoption of a state seal. Jan. 12. Louisiana Academy estab lished In Pike County. Feb. First county court in Scott County near site of Benton. Feb. 11. First circuit court In Scott County. Feb. 11. Convening of first county court of Clay County. Feb. 25. First county court In St Francois County. March 4. First circuit court in Clay County at the house of John Owens. April I, First circuit court in St Francois County. March 20. Organization of Rocky Mountain Fur Company In St. Louis. April 8. Lexington platted. July 4. First lot sale In Liberty. July 9 First election held in Laf ayette County. August County seat of Cole County located at Marion. Sept 22. Fifty-three acres of land donated for public buildings upon site ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

JTBSBJ' THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1916. TWELVE PAGES NUMBER 85 RUMANIANS RETREAT AS GERMANS ADVANCE Teuton Victory Complete . 184 Cannon, 120 Machine Guns Captured. RUSSIANS TAKE 500 New Ypres Offensive Expect ed as Allies' Next Move Greeks Mobilize. By United Press BERLIN. Dec. 9. (wireless via Say ville). -The Rumanians are in com plete retreat before the two advancing German army wings in Rumania to day, according to the official state ment Since December 1 the Ruman ians have lost more than 70,000 men to these two armies, with 184 cannon and 120 machine guns.' Several thousand of these include a force of Rumanians which endeavored to make its way from the passes northeast of Sinaya toward the southeast Many cannon were also captured. Intercepted Orders Lost Bucharest! By United Tress BERLIN, Dec, 9. The fall of Bucha rest was in part due to the discovery by German soldiers of orders for the Rumanian general staff before the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

j. Page Two THE DAILY JDSSOUBIAJT, SUNDAY MORMNG, DECEMBER 10, IMS. WE PRESENT FOR APPROVAL HIS NIBS, THE PRESS AGENT It was just a few moments before the start of one of the dally rehearsals of "The Magistrate," Plnero's play which Is to be presented In the Univer sity Auditorium the night of Decem ber 16, by a cast of students and fac ulty members. " The proverbial innocent bystander had strolled through the halls and up to the stage door of the Auditorium. Inside all was a hubbub. The first thought was that someone was at tempting to reconstruct a European battle scene, or that the good old in stitution of hazing had been re-established and that the annual class rush was being staged. As the 1. b. ventured within the maelstrom of step-ladders, drops, lifts, grand pianos and other paraphenalia. the necessary evils of a stage setting, one person, a queer-looking person, wearing little more than a pair of overalls and a smile, stood out from all others. "Who is he?" was asked of a h...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

'.-" 'Jiwwhb? SHro Hi-- -k ?.l,ipfcu. NgAc !. r c mi te- PROPOSED TAX PLANS OF INTEREST HERE Gardner's Conference With Commission in St. Louis May Benefit University. HE'LL TAKE CENSURE Governor-Elect Offers to Car ry the Blame Dean Loeb Is On Committee. jlj United Press ST. LOUIS, Dec. 9. Although scores ot plans to raise additional re venues for Missouri were proposed and almost as many quickly disposed ot at the first session ot the Gardner Tax Commission at the Planters Hotel yesterday attention was called to the tact that no member of the commis sion, state official, legislator or on looker, added a single plan by which any of the state wastes could be elim inated. The only intimation of such a plan came from one who attended the meetings as a private citizen and who merely called attention to the fact that a stale board of purchase might cut down expenses materially through the wholesale purchase of supplies. The efforts of governor-elect Fred erick D. Gardner and his advisers...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

-ppwfffV' rv-S(!- "-; '-?V ,, ,'..,, , '! gSR-'-' - THE DAILY HSSOUSIAK, gtJSDAY 31085150, DECEMBER It, lttt. Psg Per and Mrs. James M. Wood; Miss Sara tary of the senior class HOG KILLING TIME SOW eral automobile owners were blanket Anderson, sponsor for the senior class; lin, treasurer of the sealer rh.'i ing the hoods of their machines yes terday afternoon. It will be quite a while before Co lumbians can enjoy any sleighing, Fri day's snow was a bluff and clear weather will rule for several days. S'aF Drop In Temper-tare Bring Joy to Jtaay. "Hog killing" time was ushered In last night by a drop In the tempera ture, and the thermometer registering around 27 degrees abore. should bring Joy to the pork lovers. It is also time for the boys to begin sharpening their skates, for weather predictions are that we are in for more cold weather. It is also time to drain the automobile radiators or put anti-freeze preparations in them. Sev Brasilia Ginsburg, president of the senior class; lfi...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

' U4I Wat Wmi '"' irm'vtignmpr'. J THE DAILY MSSOUMAX, SUNDAY MOBHiyQ, DECEMBER M, 1916. Page Fire ! 1 " CAPJTDL NINE TENTHS BIT II n MONTHS - Same Proportion of Money Is Paid, Says E. W. Stephens, Chairman. STONE WORK IS DONE Estimates Everything Will Be Ready for the Furni ture in April. Today, twenty months since work as started, nine-tenths of the new state capltol Is completed and nine tenths of the money for construction lias been paid, according to E. W. Ste phens, chairman of the Capitol Com mission. All the exterior stone work is finished and 300 or COO men are busy on the interior plastering, placing the marble, doing the bronze and iron work and completing, the woodwork. The building will be ready by the time the furnishings are. Mr. Stephens es timates that everything will be com pleted ready for the furniture in four months. Mr. Stephens points out that the capitol building will be constructed within the original appropriation of $3,500,000. LrgMaturc In Old Quarters. R...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

-grT-ar-r-B-HP : nwv,Yr" -fT" 'ri:. -''WPP7 L t Face Six CITY AND CAMPUS Dean E. J. McCaustland has gone to Washington, D. C, in the interests of the Engineering Experiment Sta tion. R. L. Warren, a student hi the Uni versity, has gone to Mcadrille to spend the week-end with his parents. W. J. Burner has gone to Mexico to preach today. Mrs. Marie Robinson has gone to Centralla to spend the week-end with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Hope. J. T. Mitchell has gone to Centralla to spend the week-end. Mrs. C. D. Lawrence, who has been visiting her daughter, Charlotte, a student in the University, has return ed home. Misses Mary Cecil Fife, Helen Con nett. Marguerite Clay. Annalee Ver non, and Clara Dunn have gone to Mexico to attend the funeral of Miss Frances Glandon. J. L. Maughs has gone to Fulton to rat- The largest CHEESE ever smooth, rich, full cream cheese, having all the appetizing flavor, delicate richness and creamy consistency that comes with right curing, and the larger the cheese ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

'yy'' ' x mm'w4f! -ML;JB."'fl, ilihmv "p'ijjr r ft "" " Ht '.n y K THE DAILY MSSOURIAy, SUNDAY M0KITO6, DECEMBER M, lilt THE OPEN COLUMN i rmbllc forum for tne discussion or Jtmn worth-while. Articles should be Trt nd signed by the writer, ns proor Jh editor of good faith. Signatures JJJjl not necessarily be pupmnea. An Answer to "A. G." Editor the Missourian: This is an jaswer to "A. G." who wrote "The Japan Question" in the open column Thursday. A. G. made the following ,Utenient. It Is our business to seek to un derstand our neighbors across the pacific After that, whether we trust them or not, depends on them, not on ,y. But by exactly the same rule, It the Japanese cannot trust us; the blame comes right home to us." I heartily agree with him. More over he has suggested to me what I vould like to say. I believe It is only through mutual understanding that any two nations or any number of na tions can realize the so-called "Inter national Peace." Japan, a country which was opened...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

PMeEfefct THE DULY XISSOUBIAK, SUNDAY JCOKN1NO, DECEMBER 19, MM. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published vttrj erenlnr (except Saturday aa4 Bandar) and Bandar morning by Tne Hiuannan Auociauon, incorporat ed, Colombia. Mo, Frank H. Klnr. Pmldent and Editor; A. G. Hlamaa, Business Sfaaager. Address all commnnlcatlona to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Officer - Virginia Building, Downstairs Pbones: Business, S5; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mck, as secona-ciass man. Tear, 12-50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. Tbe Missourian receives the dispatches of the United Preaj Associations. THE LIVELY LOAFER Maligned by his more studious brother, the student loafer who at tends the University not to see how wide a swath he can cut but rather from the pleasure of just being here is not to. be despised. He fs the happy medium between the bookworm and the spender. Cut ting an occasional class, making fair grades and" worrying ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

I ' 1'- V ""V.JJ,;5 " " "' '-F''rtpts-J '-T&v?r piZZp: THE DAILY 1P8S0UBIAS, SUNDAY MOBKIKQ, DECEMBER 1ft, 11. tag Kb TSryifrtone ties an a niflm mwr m fi mmnrnrareff QRff ma The financiers of today started as farm boys, surveyors, clerks, miners, etc They amassed their riches by bein thrifty. The commencement of their fortune dates back to the day when they saved their first dollar. You men and women have the same opportunity to become wealthy as Ford, Harriman, Wanamaker, Rockefeller and Hill had. The world lies before you. Opportunity knocks every day. Get ready to meet it by being thrifty. The Boone County Trust Company tells you how to prepare. kr tm m tiQJFCY FORD r:& nrmr l5Jlltttf '"A SSJS Crocks - ( JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER SAYS: "The failure of the man to save his money is due not only to the fact that he has no money with which to take advantage ol the opportunity that comes in the way of every man, but also and particular ly to the fact that such a man is not able or ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 10 December 1916

jwwtwss r-;?fr vr-ssr THE.DAlIY MISSOUSIAN, SUHDAY MOBltTHa, DECEMBHE 1 MM. Pr T , t. $ STATE PAPERS TO ASK FOR GOVERNMENT AID Organization of Missouri Dailies Must Get Relief Or Go Out of Business. GLOBE TKOTTEE WAITS TABLES PAPER PRICES CAUSE Quotations Show Cost of Print Paper Doubles in Last Year. Rather than be forced out of busi ness by the tremendous-raise in the costs of publishing, an organization of weekly and smalr city dally news papers in Missouri and several other states is preparing to appeal to the government for relief. The action in Missouri will probab ly be taken through the Missouri As sociated Afternoon Newspapers, an organization of the leading small city daily newspapers of the state. This organization includes the Independ ence Examiner, Marshall Democrat, Mexico Ledger, Fulton Gazette, Kirks--ville Express, Sedalia Democrat, Springfield Leader, Hannibal Courier Post, Maryville Tribune, Nevada News, Cape Girardeau Republican, Joplin News-Herald, and The Dail...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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