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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 January 1921

ST - JBg avAwBNBr aEBSJJt If at- k 3 ijr fc i J a- 3 f It 2 H pt ft F - W i ef EM IT S fr fi S M K RU w Ftp v 1 Bjs as P 1A r J f w 4 fc n tl rV l rv w X SlIHCiaSW3K98 4 PACE TWO BITTERFICHT EXPECTEDON PICTURE BILL Ferguson Proposes Law Creat ing Slate Board of Censorship for Movies LOBBYISTS OPPOSE IT Tax on Films Examined Would Meet Expenses Church Federation Backs Proposal By a Staff Correspondent JtmRSO City Jan 21 That a Lit ter fight will lw waged to cut bhoit the career of the moving picture censorship bill w liiclt was introduced in the House by I- Fergum of Iliplcy County is llio npiRioii of many mcmliera in the Ilousn IV National Board of Censor ship is exiiecteil to campaign against the bill and lohhjists rtpre enting motion picture interests over the stale are here t sec that the bill dirs in the com mittee glider the provisions of the bill in troduced tlusmornin the stale board of iriisnrship would be composed of three inmlers two men -and one woman ap jwintnl by jhe go...

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. — 21 January 1921

it w 5i f I - - J Jts f 1 - -- - - - L ar 1 H lIl SWlt t i t - fc O T- - j - J Wist tUa VialL society editor mil appreciate it if joa Kilt telephone so ciety items letaten 9 and 12 oclock Sirs U T Stephenson Providence road and Turner avenue and Mr A G Spencer 502 Rollins street entertained at 230 oclock yesterliajr afternoon with a bridge party at the home of Mrs Spencrr A silver haslet of Kilbmey rovs formed the centerpiece for the diir inR roon table Mrs T Kent Catron won the first prize a pair of silk stock hies ana irsjk ihomtan received a dainty collar and cuff set The guests were Miss Florence Willis Mrs Flora Woodward Mrs Jonas Vile Mrs C B liollins Mrs W C Manly Mrs George Koes Mrs Kate Conley Mrs J R Tfibtnas Mrs Turner Qinkscalcs Miss Elva Ilanl Mrs A H Johnson Mrs George Miller Mrs Bella Kirkbride Mrs S C Hunt Mrs 6Ion Guitar Sr Mrs Charles Hale Mr J E Thornton Mrs R II Gray Mrs C M Papc Mrs Guy L Noves Mr W F Sjliester of Los Angeles CaU wlio is the guest of her riler M...

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. — 21 January 1921

UiMPAGEFOUR Zd i With the Farmers Week Visitors PRICE DROP NEAR END Sherman Houston Sent Speech to Be Read Before Farm Bureau In the absence of Sherman Houston Preiident of the Missouri Lire Stock Producers Association ho as to hare addressed the assemblage Wednesday af ternoon Dr A T Nelvin read the speech which had been prepared by Mr lon We hare been engaged in a family joyride regardless of all dangers and when the machine has 6nally ditched us e are facing unprepared the many prob lems of reconstruction read Doctor Wei But the bottom of the fall is near he continued Prices cannot fall much farther and the future bumps ill not be so hard The nation needs an in telligent system of agricultural produc tion Economics conditions on the farm are much better than they were a year ago The farmer s living just in the pres ent he was not looking forward to the lime when prices were bound to falL Now the long night of falling prices and suffering is over and the new day when men will take...

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. — 21 January 1921

TS apf SOME OF THE FARME RS WEEK TROPHIES peated attempts that it could be perfect- ed for sale in this latitude ine corn is black in color but when subjected to lieat it pops out a snow white One of its advantages pver Ordinary popcorn is- that it has a much larger grain Electoral Vote Takes Air Route By Lslitd rrcM nr Mnivn ti Ian 2L Mrs It II Wheeler and Mrs Draper Smith fingJ runAnnihers who are taking their states electoral rote to Washington were ready to hop off here today They landed here late yesterday on the way from iinoln Neb Willie Hoppe Coming Here Willie Hoppe champion balk line bil liardist of the world and Charles Peter son premier fancy billiardist will appear at the Recreation Parlor at a date early in February Hoppe has been champion balk line billiardist since he was very joung and Peterson has no equal as a fancy billiardist CNDIDATE FOR CITY TREASURER We are authorized to announce Hor fce C Smith as a candidate for election to the office of City Treasurer subj...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 January 1921

imi mMrnm MlBrwItlKltirfTMHrBMWIWWTrlHWrBMriMffg apg THE COLUMBIA EVENING The vast mountains oi oil shale in our Pas All Right aSW MTSSnTIRTAN Wffi ible source of fuel when an efficient W4Wr J ffmA A few days later I got a litlU note - II I 1 TBErt Published every evening except Sun- i - fl Ml VyV ytWs from Tumulty thanking me for tlic verses ZM I I method of extracting the oil is discovered I l gk day by the Missourian PublUhing A exjacUng JZV for the President but nS autograph I I h JLJLd wm knriatinn nr ia h nrti Hail iiJum British cncinccrs wno are cxDcrimeaiin i s 3 i iisriViWtHi x 1 y SS hia Missouri wjlj alcohol for fuel report that their 7 O f n -03 J BntT nmvcn minocnv irr aV y I atiu Ji Jisltjvr fun iu lit1 IWl 111 ft in SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Week 10 cents single copies a cents By mail in Boone County Year 335 6 months 17S 3 months 90 cents month 37 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 43 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entere...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 January 1921

r X J I - - COLmiBIAEVENINCAIISSOURIAN FRIDAY JANUARY 21 192f - IT- fT PACE SEVET TIGERS MEET SOOXERS TltlS AFTERXOOX The Tigers are in Soonerland ihis af ternoon for the first game of the two game series with the Redskins Cernle Owen has driven hit squad haru all week in an effort to combat the Tigers on even terms - i - The two defeats sustained at Manual tan last week served to show the Norman leader just where his squad was weak and he lias patched the deficiencies which revealed themselves Phil White veteran football and basketball star of the Oklahoma aggregation u not in the lineup this seaon a his doctors have forbidden lum to play A bad shoulder which has bothered him several ears is given as the reason The Tigers took ihbir lat workout in Rothucll gymnasium Wednesday evening The freshmen and the varsity raefln a stiff scrimmage drill many new forma turns being tlioroughly tritd out TV team left at noon Thursday for Norman Assistant Coach Ruby announmt mt Mure leaving hat C...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 January 1921

H1 m i f L rill f cTAlf iTT vH c r i - - if l fc 1 i a a 3 i ir I HiJ i J J H Brt B i u i A L 1 5 THRIFT P This is Thrift Week thruout the United States The idea of this movement is to urge people to become thrifty in spending as well as in saving BILLY SUNDAY ON INSURANCE Next Jo my faith in God that which would give nie most comfort when I come to die- is to remember that 1 carried Life In surance that would take care of my wife and children the wolves could scrap and howl and they could give them the laugh for the years to come long after old Dad had gone back to the dust of the earth I dont believe a man does the right square thing by his wife or children unless he provides for them in a Life Insurance policy so that he can shuffle off this mortal coil and have them put him in Own a Home Buy Insurance Put your money in a Savings Account the like displays excellent ways of Thrift Our immortal philosopher Benjamin Franklin hit the nail on the head when he the ground and still know...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 January 1921

r -- Became Seventh President of University Held the Of fice for Seventeen Years Dm Richard Henry Jesse for seven fen years president of the University of Missouri died early ihis morning at hit home on Hillcrest avenue He haj been in ill health for several Tears The funeral services -will be held at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon at the family home tor Jesses death marka the pass of the onljr living former president the University When Or Samuel S Laws died this month in Sooth Car olina Doctor Jesse was the only re maining ex president of this school Doctor Jesses resignation in 1907 vu on account of ill health caused by too close application to the duties of his of fice as president Ever since that time he has beei practically an invalid but for the lau three weeks he -has been seriously ill At the time of his death the only members of the family here were hit wife and his daughter Miss Mary Jesse HE Was BORN IN YIKCIXtA He is survived by Mrs Jesse and six children The children -are ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 January 1921

bJTf L e IV t if ft ft PACE TtTO CLASS OFFICERS ELECTED I j Whitbrcad and Hiller Chosen Pres idents of Academic Student Cotton Whilbread vol chosen president of the sophomore academic students at ibe sophomore election held tf in Aca dnruc Hall Thursday alernoon Other officers chosen ere VioepresilentJhn Colt secretary Caroline Collins Hath llmmoti was chosen to ran for secretary on ihe all department ticket The freshman ulcers chosen ere Caudidate for all freshman president HoraceSgmtind for tlce president Roach for secretary Helen lavan and fur treasurer Allan Le Bran cr Thefrosinian academic officers chosen verfreident Allan Hiller Ed Thursby secretary Inna Be er and Irtasjrer Mar irginia Doer ncltuk NEW CLUB AT STEPHENS jgtudenta From Southeast Missouri i Form fir mo CJtah - t r Thm itnJrnfi in Irahrnm CiAlrve from 5oujttcat Mhsouti iSve organized a i Sfhnt Club The officers of ihe club are VreMrnt Hal lie iijniav Kennrtt Icprrsident Julia KoDtJqrant Charles- trfn ftwctaryr Geor...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 January 1921

u at 1 rip p News of Columbia Society Mist Ella Wyatt society editor kHI appreciate it if you mil telephone to- ciety item betuecr 9 and 12 oclock Jonev Mm Helen MilehdL Miu Cor 1 he wconot a series of bridge parlies ra given by Mrs W X- Stephenson and Mrs A C Spencer at 230 oclock yes terday afternoon at the home of Mrs Spencer 502 Rollins street The first and second prizes were the same as were given at the party Thursday and were won by Mrs Itidor Locb tpd Mrs E A Logan The same decoration a silver basket filled with Killarney roses was used as a centerpiece for the dining room table The guests were Mrs H J Wat ers Mrs Dustin D Craft of Chicago Mrs Isiclor Locb Mrs Georgo Miller Mrs Stanley Smith Mrs Florence Kline Mrs E Sydney Stephens Mrs I 0 Hockaday Mrs E A Logan Mrs John E Sykes Trs Frank Conley Mrs J R Heberling Mrs Dudley Conley Mrs Op Mile M Harnett Mrs Will Conley Mrs Z C devenYter Mrs J P McBaine Mrs C B Miller Miss Emma Strawn Mrs Isidore Usrth Mi Stella Strawn Mrs J S...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 January 1921

FACEFOOR - pgQLUAJBIA EVENING vidjvupuuiim ntJIishedi evyry evening except Sua day by theMissourian Publishing As sociationlccL lij II Neff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mahacis subscription kates City Week 10 cents tingle copies 5 cents- Byjriail in Boone County Year 325 6 months L75 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outde tlie county Year k50 3 months L15 teats Payable in advance if t Member Audit Dureau of Circulations i ij i j l fTEhttredrastecond clasa maUVmaller ArcrpUnce taf mailing it special rate JofjrjoTtage provided fur Jn SeetionJ03 Act of October 3 1917 thorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS -- - - - rvews Advertising and Crcnlation v 55 THE FAKM BUREAU Missouri was the first Mate in the Un Sun to organize a state farm bureau fed crallon and lias also held more annual federation mcctingslhan any ether state J Tlie farm bureau is an outgrowth of sthe eountv units which were organized fctrn years ago In these unit county agents home demonstration agents an...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 January 1921

r K E 7CKS DEI EAT SOOERS 47 TO 24 Tlie Missouri Tiger defeated the Ok hhoma fhe la nirht in ihe first game of ill- sent- at Norman 47 to 24 The Mistime ik ih lea J rary n je first half and the Sooner defense noer senomly threatened tbe Tiger victory Vm frst half ended ith - tneJecorc 23 to V n laor of Missouri Bua Bromine was doing more haa hi share ai a cms in the Tiger sconng machine He vas eaily the outstanding star of tlie game V The short ijnick paf which was ued to such atUanuge by the Misouri quin let lat rar was a decided factor ii vinniig Iat nights fame Altlibugh thr OUahoma team displayed a goud hrand of baslcthall dunm ilia entire contest the Sooner vre luuhle In break up tbe short Tiger P3 ordjrcalt througli the Missouri drfen e Time and again the Sooner iorked the lull down the rttut onlv to he turned hick hy the Cold am ISIacV guards Alttnugh the StKUicre ngcr llireater ed to wm they did rone hack much Mronger in the second half scoring fif teen rwinis in ilih pefjpd...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 January 1921

- 4 v- - V m r Big Sir Ticket f J i - i Tj va jr r w - - 5 Hi y - i President Secretary Treasurer - v - 4 vt e - t I V f Vt - - I v A All FresKnkn Ticket b v Horace Sigman Cornelius Roach Helen Eisleben y Walker Labrunery Election Monday January 25th Doors open for election 4 oclock Doors close at 415 4 PAfl S6pfeoffiore TipktTrili President - - Howard Rusk A iqtyG Vice Pres Harvey McCoy j Hen Secretary - - Ruth Hayman I ri4M4 ffiJSTv AAcuauici 4 Election Tuesday January 24th - V Ar - 5 Doors open for election 4 oclock fymviiw fCi - Doors close at 415 Doors open for election 4 oclock t SvjiKV r v - n - - - - W c All Junior Ticket President Doors close at t15 Frank Houston 4 ir JV h iaSJ ij k r v Elections Wilf Be Held In Academ Auaitum I ir Beat Tliat I I - jL smjsi -- 1 fe - - mM mi J -1 v tv t rv Ji 1 I L M F Bugs FodlerW - t W K -5 rTice Pres - - WEBuz Williams if- I- rAif11 5 jjt vr Secretary - i Mary Bess Meservey f -- iv - Frank Cooper WWmf r - f r VSr Election Wednesday Janua...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 January 1921

P J t DR JESSE HURIED YESTERDAY President and Deans of University Pall Hearers for Past PrenidenU The funeral of Dr R If Jesse former president of the University was held at bis home 810 Hillcrest avenue at 3 oclock esterday afternoon The Rev T W Young pastor of the First Baptist Church conducted the ceremony R I JOHNSON READS POEMS Selections From His New Book The Fourth Watch Ro Kan Johnson of the English de partment of Stephens College read a number of his poems and lyrics to a large audience in the college auditorium at I oclock yesterday Mr Johnson selected his readings from his new book The Fourth Watch He is particularly fond of the lyric style of poetry but often writes in free verse Although Mr Johnson belongs to the new order of poets he is not an extrem ist In speaking ot the new ideas in art and poetry he says The new poets Iiave something fundamentally worth mImIj Tim- nn turning iwiv from the Kg HUM J 1 Rold bais of poetry to a new ideal Peo nt Lt ca Innp hud the idea ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 January 1921

JpE PACE TWO mmmmmmm FARM PRODUCE YET CHEAPER SURVEY SHOWS cavict Declines in Price Are in Live Stock and Grains Vegetables Sta tionary FRESH FRUITS HIGHER Most of Fanners Buying Costs Also Decreased Hay and Alfalfa Seed Cost More 3 Missouri farm products are still tie flirting in price according to a compara the survey of forty socn articles for lyineniber and December E A Logan agricultural statistician for Missouri and Jewell Maes secretary of the State Board of Agriculture made the curve Tlic report liich was made public jeMerda thowed thai tlie heaviest de clines were in livestock and grains Ve getables were nearl stationary while frefch fruits thowed a tendenev to rise The mrvcy also covered eight articles whiiii farmers bu and these too declin ed though not so much as the others Among the forty seven products cover ed those declining in price were hogs beef cattle veat calves sheep lambs mill cows horses milk at retail cream butter fat sorghum molasses wool black walnuts popc...

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. — 24 January 1921

News of Columbia Society Wiss Ella Wyalt society tditor ulll appreciate it ij you uill telephone so ciety items bttuten 9 and 12 oclock The members of the Kappa Alpha fra ternity entertained from 4 to 6 oclock Saturday afternoon with a tea for their chaperon Mrs J B Cantt In the re ceiving line were Miss Eva Johnston Mrs J II Cantt Edwin Mayes Franl lljes and Clunt Ilogan Assisting vtere Mrs T Kent Catron and Mr Tom King The guests vtercn Mrs L E Hill Mrs Cornelia A Whitner Mrs Ambrose Es E Funk Mrs N T Gentry Mrs Ella tes Mrs Bella A Kirkhride Mrs J T Mitchell Mrs Flora Woodward Mrs E Spurling Mrs F J McCIure Mrs J W Bassets Mrs Elizabeth Bush Mrs C M Hemphill Mrs J N Taylor Mrs F D Pape Mrs S C Hunt Mrs J E Thorn ton Mrs A Turner Ginkvalc Mrs William Cravens Airs Anne Davies Mrs E A Trovvbridge Mrs F II Mum ford Mrs Ileno Keinliart Mrs George E Miller Mrs J Bo Wharton Mrs I A Pobnctt Mrs N L K Tajlor Mrs Nellie U Howard Mrs Z G Clcvengcr Mrs K II Cra Mrs W P Dysart Mrs L Parker Mr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 January 1921

Jt PACE FOUR vW THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sun day by the Missourian Publishing As sociation Inri Jay II Neff Hall Colum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Mavaceh SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Week 10 cents single copies 5 cents By mail in Boone County Year 1325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cents month 35 cents Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Crculations Entered as second class mail mailer Acceptance for mailing at special rale of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 c ihoriied Sep tmlxr 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 TARIFF RECIPROCITY Protective tariff and tariff for revenue onl imay soon be replaced in the United Stales if -proposed legislation meets with approval in Congress Reciprocity is the new principle offered a a solution fur the problems of this country as a result of the World War Senators and tnembcre of the House who have studie...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 January 1921

lJml I - fadon tWeir plav after that of tlic Ti gen The net accsmulislunent while fur almut 1Q mmutes of the first half and then thinfs beeame to IwjipcH Oklaho ma was left far in trm ronr Ihc 7 feis still sliowel the rlTeel of a tire one journey The plaviru floor Vvhirh apjwrntlv has ueter been meant L r basketbrll atM the fact that tis were sueh as which the men lad Phono WANT To hear from party laving farm for sale Give particulars and low est price John J Black Missouri street Chippewa Palls Wis 115 tf FOR SALE FOR SALU Dining room i hairs full leather lioltoin table china cabinet tmall cyhogank table range dress r liehu rail rug library set and other lKMKfhold goods Phouc 1MB while P 122 SITUATION VACANT MKN WAN CD to qualify for brakemen eitieiiencc unnecessary TraunrNirlatioD furnishaL Write A Stoles Supt Gamble lUdg St Louis 109 tf BOOKKtLPtK WANTEU A poi IJo1 is open in one of llie ni et offices in Columbia lor a first lass bookkeper lady iwcfcrml arcHra injuirwl aliove tit...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 January 1921

PACE SIX 100 YEARS OLD YET ACCURATE N A Lindscy Owns Clock That Has Told Correct Time For a Century Columbia has a handcarved regulator that is 100 cars old This old clock keeps accurate time for the public jut within the door of Lindseys Jewelry Co It was made about the time Mis souri became a state by some long for gotten cabinet malcr and was first heard of when owned by D P Ricliards As cars passed the old clock passed from owner to owner From Richards it went In Ilcnnigcr Richards then to Hcnni per Wheeler then to Wheeler Wheel er turned it over to Goctz Lindscy and now Lindsey is sole owner Tlie works are encased in steel to keep out the dut The whole tiling is again encased in a scven and a half fiot hand caned walnut case with fjass front ami sides Because of the master worVmanhip in its construction the clock lias been cleaned but twice in the pat lo rtren years and has cost nothing for repairs The regulator is run by Wrights three in number one to run the movements one to ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 24 January 1921

I fcasOi mj PACE SIX wm 100 YEARS OLD YET ACCURATE N A Lindsey Owns Clock That Has Told Correct Time For a Century Columbia lias a handearved regulator that is 100 years old This old clock keeps accurate time lor the public jut within the door of Lindseys Jewelry Co It was made about the time Mis souri became a state by some long for gotten cabinct malcr and was first heard of when owned by D P Richards As years passed the old clock passed from owner to owner From Richards it went to llcnnigcr Richards then to Henni ger Wheeler then to Wheeler Wheel er turned it oer to Goeti Lindsey and now lindsey is sole owner The works are encased in steel to keep out the dust The whole thing is again encased in a seven-and-a-half foot hand caned walnut case with glass front and sides Because of the master workmanship in its construction the clock Las been cleaned but twice in the paM toi rteen years and has cost nothing for repairs The regulator is run by weights three in number one In run the m...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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