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

l i M. i ' Page Four THE EVENING MI8S0UBIAN, .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1917. J 3 I V. m h Assembly at the Columbia High, School Friday morning win oe given over to football. The high school team will play the Montgomery City High School team Friday afternoon at the Fair Grounds. .Latest Jass Band music October records John N. in our Taylor. (adv) -, Our October Victor records include f ' some splendid song and dance num- berswohn N. Taylor. taavj The Greatest Snob in America was what the called the millionaire Philadelphia newspapers girl ol Enid Bennett But she was really starving for friends. At college she is snubbed by every one who has read of her. But the little girl who brings the laundry introduces her to a boy who takes in washing to earn his way. These three form the Soap Suds Trust and The Trium virate of "SEEKING 4 HAPPINESS" A Sparkling Comedy by C.GARDNER SULLIVAN Produced byThos.H.Ince with a typical Ince cast Charles Giinn, Little Thelma Salter, Gertrude Claire, Andrew ...

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. — 4 October 1917

ffW vmjSf " '"'" -w-WMjyj t v f f'gf THE EVENING MISSOURI AN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4, 1917. NUMBER 17 111 IIR8BQHHHS9HlflPlPPtt , - . 4 i WORLD MR RELIEF WORKER VISITS HERE William Henry Conklin, Or ganier of European Chari ties, on Way to Russia. CORNELL GRADUATE Three Small Sons Are Ac companying the Worker Bound for Vladivostok. TVjlliam Henry Conklin, one of the leading relief workers of the present war. came to Columbia last night at 6 o'clock on a coast-to-coast motor trip from Maine to California with his three small sons. He is now on his way to Russia to take charge of the organized charity work of that country. He left early this morning for Kansas City, where he will con tinue to the coast if the weather permits. Mr. Conklin was graduated from Cornell University in 1S95 and was for a while in the contracting business in the United States but for the last 15 years he has not been actively en gaged in business. He has lived in Rome. Italy,...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 October 1917

Page Two THE ETEJTDfO MISSOUHIAy, THUESDAT, OCTOBER 4, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PBESS) Fnblltbed trtrj ermine- (except Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar mamlan- y The MJttonrtan Auodatlon, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Office: Virginia Bulldlnr, Downstairs P lionet: Bushiest SO; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, Mo, CVUUU'VIH A.1. City: Year, $3.75; 3 month!, 11.00; month. 4U cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, $3.23; 6 months, ?L75; 3 months, so cents. Outside of Boone County: Tear, $1X0; 3 months, $L25; month, 45 cents. National AdTertlslng Representatives: Carpenter-Scheerer Co, Hfth Avenue Building, New York; Peoples Gas Build ing. Chicago. COLUMBIA'S HOSPITALITY In the present age, when people travel from place to place, when con ventions and meetings are frequently held and as a consequence men re ceive good or bad Impressions of towns by-the sort of treatment given visitors, there is nothing more im portant in a town's goo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 October 1917

gjgWW f"fW vrv-HQs v 'imt g 1 - f . V v- THE EYEST5Q MIBSOUBIAy, THUBSPAY, OCTOBER i, 1917. SPORT The probable line-up for Saturday's game with William Jewell Is: Schroe der and Slusher, ends; Captain Ham ilton and Bass, tackles; Klrkpatrlck, Kolb, Berry, Krandall or Plerson, guards; Greenwood, center; Stevens, quarterback: Rider, Vlner, Marshall, Collins, Edwards, Wilson or McLaln In the backDeld. Captain Hamilton Misses Practice First Time Paul Hamilton, captain of the 1917 Tigers, missed practice yesterday for the first time In his four years on the gridiron, being in the Parker Memo rial Hospital with a cold. Hamilton replaced last year's captain, Harry Lansing, at center most of the time In 1916, and his teammates gave him the job of captain at the close of the season. This fall he has been shifted to tackle. Seieral Good Men In "Hospital Squad." The condition of the "hospital squad" remains unchanged. Morris cannot scrimmage on account of his lame side. He probably will not be...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 October 1917

we? " - "?- - V f j r Ei5. Pace Fobt " """"""". f I CITY AND CAMPUS I BeWcuSwaMWe" "?d " UfQ 1 WAR RFI IFP ,' l Prof. E. A. Trowbridge went to llUIILU llnll IILLILl f, 3i-rs--2L,aa!i-n. w kkhhvn shm Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Burton and daughter, Elsie, of 507 Lyons street went to Huntsvllle yesterday to at tend the Old Settler's .Reunion. M. H. Pemberton of Centralla was here on business yesterday. Airs. S. P. Kemper, who has been visiting Mrs. Will Reld of 703 North Eighth street, returned to Hallsville yesterday. Mrs. Josehp Riggs who, Is visiting Mrs. Will Reld at 703 North Eighth street, returned to Sturgeon today. Mrs. P. L. Crawford, who has been visiting Mrs. R. E. Daniel at 1113 Paris road, returned to Centralla yesterday. t Mrs. E. A. Potts, who has been visiting Virgil Potts at 603 West Broadway, returned to Centralla yes terday. E. h. Doherty of Hallsville was In Columbia yesterday on business. A. T. Brown of Browns was here on business yesterday. J. C. Jones of Hallsville was I...

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. — 5 October 1917

r v -gppH"nrw!9R,w" it ( ,sJ !!$ v. .'l 4'f t& 4.'? "M '1 THE EVENING MISSOURJAN Is 9 Pi TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 5, 1917. NUMBER 18 iiiipwiliiipiii Tiffmi 'i i 4f' &- MY ARE EXPECTED FOR ROflElG Convention of Old Trails As sociation to Be Held Here Tomorrow. WILL DO SOMETHING Boosters to Urge Building of New Highway Across the State at Once. What promises to be one of the most important road meetings ever held in the state will be held here to morrow, when the Missouri Old Trails Association convenes in annual ses sion. It is confidently expected that this convention will result in the Immediate future in the building of a hard-surfaced highway over the Mis souri Old Trails Route from St Louis to Kansas City. Tomorrow's conven tion will not be one of oratory, but a "do-something" meeting, having as its object the completion of a cross state highway, started some five years ago and Improved to a considerable extent since then, but which now is i...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 October 1917

lr - v THE ETESPfQ MSSOUMAN, FMPAY. OCTOBEB 6, 1917 Page Two DEER PARK CIRCLE Twenty-Five Members Ex ceed Fledge or SSU a Month to Red Cross. SUPPLIES ARE SOLD Good Things to Eat Prepared for Sale on Saturdays in Thilo Building. The Deer Park circle- of Red Cross workers is accomplishing more in contributions than any other circle in the Boone County chapter. This circle, which consists of twenty-five members, has pledged itself to give 50 each month to the chapter, but every month this amount has been exceeded. The circle was organized in June. In that month $75 was given. In July, the amount was $50.15, and in August, $58.91. Besides the money given, this circle does its share in knitting, and bandage making. Mrs. Betty Haydon, 80 years old, begs the privilege of making a dozen bandages each month, and she always comes up to her con tract. Every fourth Saturday, in the windows of the Red Cross rooms in the Thilo Building, an attractive dis play of good things may be seen. This is ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 October 1917

, , IV. "V the eveninc missqurian, FRroAY, October-s, 1917. GITS AND WHITE SOI WELLMftTCHED Dope on the World's Series Shows Chicago and New York About Equal. "LAST GAMES BEST Both Teams Strive in Final Contests to Win First Place in Leagues. Br Aitoc!at! Pre NEW YORK. Oct 5. While the winning of a pennant and participa tion in the World Series is baaed upon the number of games won during the season of play, it is as a rule in the final weeks of the schedule that championships are clinched. At this period of the play, the leading teams of each league are putting forth their greatest efforts in an attempt to cap ture first place and each day's strug gle is fought out to the finish. For this reason it is said that the true speed of a team In a World Series can be gauged from the power orits play near the point where the pennant was mathematically won. Based upon this assumption, an an alysis of the work of the Chicago Americans and the New York Na tionals in the closing weeks of the p...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 October 1917

IP PageFom THE EYEKT56 JOSSOPBIAy, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, M17. ' g: i E:7 mun T-ji-ittn, tnnrnitnltlf &I inc. tvrJNiiNU rviioouurunn Ey (MEUBEE.QF .ASSOCIATED PBES3).. Pnblltbed rTerr ercnlor (except Satardaj nd SnaOar) and Bandar morning fcy -The MUt.nrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. OfTlce: Vlreinla Building. DowmUlrt Pbonei: Buslneit Sfi; Newt, 274. Entered at the postoMice, Columbia, Mo. at aecoDd-clasa mall. City: lear. $3.75; 3 montbi, SLOT; month, 40 cents: uiur. 2 cents. By mall lu Uuuue County: Tear, $125; 6 mouths, SL.,3; 3 months, u centa. Ouuida ol lioone County: Vear, ItBO; 3 . muutha, L; montn, u centa. National AdrerUslng t IteprenenUtlve ; CarDenter-Scheerer ..Co..- fifth Avenue Bulldlui;, New'Jiork; Peoples Uai Build, UC, Chicago. THE OLD TRAILS BOAD Columbia is lortunato in Having a .place oa ho historic an old nigaway - as the Old Trails Road. Built in tne day ot the motor car and the age' of speed, the Old Trails Road must. nevertheless, be known, t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 October 1917

w MISSOURI GIN ROADS AR E MUft EYE Tourist on Way from Los An geles to St. Louis Says They Are "Worst Ever." k ON WAY TWO WEEKS George Barnes and Family Stop Here to Visit Uni versity Student. "The worst roads I have ever seen!" That is the verdict of George Barnes, contractor and builder of St. Louis, against the Missouri roads. Mr. Barnes passed through here today on his way home on a pleasure trip from L03 Angeles, Cal., in his auto mobile. With him were his wife and three children. Mr. Barnes is trying to make the Journey from Los Angeles to St. Louis In two weeks. Thirteen days ago he started, and he has now traveled 2,140 miles. So his indictment of Missouri is based on well-grounded facts. They followed the Santa Fe Trail, and he said that all the roads were very good except those in his own state. "Don't ask me to say anything about Missouri roads, because I can't say anything good for them," Mr. Barnes added. See Ileal Indian Life. Their trip took them through an In dian re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 October 1917

IfM M ?- rC- -e. W A r S Page Biz "MfuT SWUfE . JUDGES TTWflOO illWe Men TFere AMbaFittl'TeB s at National Contest, r When all five men In the University of Missouri swine judging; team were 'among the first ten In the national swine judging contest held at the American Royal Live Stock Show In Kansas City, they made a record not equalled by any other team repre sented. The members of the Mis souri team are: Ira Dryman of Wil low Springs, Charles R. Howell of Columbia, Russell Knotts of Aux vasse, M. N. Witt of Memphis and J. H. Longwell of Columbia. Each is a senior in the College of Agriculture. The Missouri team won the second prize of $100. They lost to Nebraska by two points out of 2,500. There were six contesting teams. It is not yet known what prizes each of the men from Missouri won as' Individ uals. E. A. Trowbridge has returned from the live stock show, where he saw steers from the University of Missouri exhibited. Prof. L. A- Weaver, who was in charge of the swine judging...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1917

SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1917. NUMBER 19' - 17 N .r PLEDGE COMPLETION OF OLDJMILS ROAD Eleven Counties Resolve to Start Work on Highway at Once. DETERMINED SPIRIT 300 Delegates and Boosters Here Called Best Meet ing Ever Held. "We are going back home and build the road and we are going to do the work right away." They didn't say it in those exact words but that was In effect the part ing message of the chairman the- road delegation of the eleven counties on the route of the Old Trails Road, made at the annual convention of the Old Trails Association at the Boone Tavern yesterday. Every county was called upon to tell the convention what it was going to do "and every county made the pledge that it was going to push Ihe work until the historic cross-state highway Is com pleted. It was the determined and convincing spirit In which these road makers, gather from all along the line, made the declaration that left the of ficers and...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1917

K -snV&V HsssE9BBBKBsSsBGBsss9Bflsxrc$B f V I t Pago Two SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN, OCTOBER 7, 1917. TAVERN WILL OPEN FORMALLY SATURDAY Society One Hundred Out-of-Town Guests Will Be Present That Night. 2 BANDS WILL PLAY Program to 'Begin With Ban quet in Charge of Towns people's Committee. The formal opening of the Daniel Boone Tavern, consisting of a banquet, i . nntnmhUno otiH vtaltlncr hotel men and dancing in the ball- mlsea Virginia Quarles, Hazel Babb, room, lobbies ana mam caie wm uc .Mary wnson, .uarguerue v,ia, held next Saturday evening Im mediately after the Kansas Aggie football game. One hundred out-of-town guests will attend the opening among whom will be hotel men from many of the state's leading hostelries, Daniel Boone of Kansas City, a de- Invitatibns to the formal opening of the Daniel Boone Tavern to be held next Saturday night will be sent out tomorrow. The list will Include many townspeople and a few students. At 6 o'clock a banquet will be served in the d...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1917

l"T4' " ""7?5w ' ' '. """"j? wwpc r-v-"' J!',lllWSqv-, """ST "rtS,"1' SUNDAY MORMXG yiSSODHIAX, OCTOBER 7, 1917. BALKAN RULER TELLS of mm plot Central Powers Offered King $200,000 for His Coun try's Assistance. BRIBE IS REJECTED Essad Pasha Answers Charge Made Against Backward ness of Albania. Ity Associated Press ATHENS, Oct. 6. Essad Pasha, the ruler of Albania, who Is now leading the Albanian brigade on the Saloniki front and who will later cast the vote of Albania at the Peace Congress, to day told of one of the secret Chapters of the outbreak of the European war which has not before been disclosed that Austria-Hungary, wishing to di vide the Balkan states and turn them against Serbia and the Entente Alliee. offered him a life pension of $200,000 a year if he would proclaim Albania as an ally of the Central Powers. The proposal was rejected with contempt, Essad Pasha said. He dis missed the representative of Austria Hungary from Durazzo, the Albanian capital, and soon thereafter...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1917

.8 3r - -If y J- Page Few SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN, OCTOBER 7, 1917. v i 'M. . i !i I S 17 GERMAN'S SUFFER HEAVY LOSSES II nfllT nrPTnlVITl u-DUHi omnuitu BY AMERICAN IP British Attack. on Front Near Ypres Dlsasterons to Teutons. By Associate Press BRITISH FRONT IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM, Oct. 6. fThe Germans suf fered severely in the, British attack Thursday on a wide strip along the battle front east and northeast 'of Ypres. Hundreds of bodies of German soldiers were found in the debris along the road north of Ypres. In manir nlanaa oYiaII yiqtard vara fill A1 with dead. Here and there were J Name, Place and Date Details of Fight in European Waters Given Out by the Navy Department. ' PRAISED BY BRITISH but the destroyer was quickly turned across the submarine's wake again and with the explosion of the fourth charge the U-boat wheeled to the left, the periscope tilted and we ceased fire as we neared the end of the line of bubbles and a heavy flame of oil Issued from the side the subme...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1917

1 'II1!1 Wl"1!!'' ' ' " . f .llll'l. J. ilWlPll.i.11 1 ' 'iilMHll! I" 1 f m WMI IMI iM Ml !! IIIIB II ! IIIMIMH Ml III'! I I nil ' tfWPi i I w ' H iH 'I II1' i I -fFw && " f "-"H:. 'SUKDAY MOKCIWG MISSdUBIAIf. OCTOBER 7, 117. -,i Page Fire Hi " N- T COUNTY'S BOND SHARE IS SET AT 145010 Liberty Loan Meetings Will Be Held in Thirteen Places Today. TO URGE PURCHASE All Who Can Attend Gath erings Are Asked" to No tify H. S. Jacks. The amount Boone County Is asked to subscribe to the Second Liberty Loan is $450,000, according to word received yesterday from headquarters in St. Louis. Meetings, at which speakers will tell of the loan, have been arranged at thirteen places in Boone County for 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. Many others from Columbia are expected to attend the meetings and help arouse an interest E. Sydney Stephens, chairman of the publicity committee, urges all who can attend the meetings to call. They are asked to call H. S.. Jacks, secretary of the Commercial' Club ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1917

I I. . -r. : . .TtTti V3 .'.a- . fj.A-ii -t HMHCBIMKSmGnSS' " r v-ftjS ;?5WjL T? ' P Pjre Six SUNDAY MORNING MI8S0UBIAX, OCTOBER 7, 1917. SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN (MEilBEB OF ASSOCIATED PBESS) Pobllthed every trains; (except Saturday and Bnadajr) and' Bandar maralar ay The Mlssonrlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Ho. Office: Vlrelnlt BuIIdlnc, Downstairs Phones: Business EC; hewn, 274. Entered at the postofttce, CoIutnbU, Mo., as secona-cisss man. City: Year, J3..5; 3 months, JLOO; month, 40 cents; coby. 2 cents. Br mall la Boone County: Year, I&2S; S months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, H50; 3 months, JL25; month, 45 cents. creative ("original") man. Various suggestions bearing on professional and national effeclency are appended. In view of tbe privileged positions oc cupied by the legal, medical, and other professions, and of the obscurity in which questions of professional super intendence and criticism are Involved, the work is likely t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1917

l"l AjMl'p '"WKkfW" 8UKDAT M0KSIN6 MISSOUMAft OCTOBER 7, 1917. Page Sere J ,,,,,,,,mm iiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii "'"nniiiiHiiiii.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,.!,,,,,,..!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, CLASSIFIED ADS. Half a Cent a Word a Day The I Luck and a streak of good football now and then helped the Tigers win a poor game on Rollins Field yester day afternoon, the score or tne initial battle being Missouri 14, "William Jewell 6. Missouri's stars of 1916 were not in their usual form yesterday and it was left for a new man, Ed wards of St. Louis, to make what was considered by many the most sensa tional, if It even could be called that, play of the afternoon. It was a forty-yard run in the first period of play which resulted in the Tigeds' first touchdown, the first ot the season and the first made by Ed wards since he entered the Varsity ranks. The work of the Jewells was featured by the play of two men, the Cardinal punters. Captain Mayberry and Waterman, their line comparing favor...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1917

i i Pe Eight SUNDAY MORNING MIS80URIAN, OCTOBER 7, 1917. GREEK FLAG AGAIN FLIES jp FLEET Country Entrusted With Control of Navy Under Venizelos Regime. TO PATROL AEGEAN Vessels Expected to Check U-Boa.Losses in Eastern Mediterranean. (Correspondence of tbe Associated Tress) ATHENS, Sept. 20. The Greek flag has again been raised over the Greek navy, Greek officers and crews are aboard, and the navy has resumed its independent status after a year of merger with the Entente fleets. This applies to the twenty-two warships of the light squadron, consisting of destroyers, gunboats and light cruis ers, and also to the battleships, chief of which are the Lemnos, and Kilkish. formerly the American battleships Idaho and Mississippi. This change back to Greek control is one of the results of the recent Balkan conference at Paris, when the allied military and naval activities were confined to the Saloniki region, while the new Venizelos regime was strengthened by entrusting to it the military a...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 October 1917

- f7Ti?!N8Pl-1 P'F " s7'V" J"r THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR h COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1917, NUMBER 20 1 Jf ji- ' if 2 M - I W ft i If n u r ONE KILLED AND ONE IN T Frank Rodel of Prairie Home Loses Life When Motor Car Overturns. ROUNDING - A CURVE Men Were Near Harrisburg J. J. Enhoff Suffers 3 Broken Ribs. Frank Rodel, a farmer living at Prairie Home, was killed and J. J. En hoff, of the same place, badly injured in a motor accident about 9 o'clock last night near Harrisburg. They were attempting to round a sharp curve going down a steep hill when the ac cident happened. Mr. Enhoff suffered three broken ribs. The two men were returning from Huntsville where they had been look ing at some land, and were about three miles from Harrisburg when the accident occurred. They were driving a Ford. Both were farmers, and lived at Prairie Home. Mr. Rodel was married and leaves a wife and four children. He was 37 years old. The body is being brought to Columbia. DIV...

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