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Sedalia Democrat (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Sedalia, Missouri The Sedalia Democrat full associated press leased wire Democrat established 1868. Vol 63. Sentinel eat abused 1650. Vol 41. Consolidated 1907. Sedalia mo., sunday May 20, 1923 volume 17, number 118. Price five cents. Weary captives now Are staring death in face kick of cow fatal to father of miss Hines. Michael Hines aged 75 years father of miss Agatha Hines who for a year or More was with the j suit department at the c. Vav. Flower j store in this City died a few Days j ago at a Hospital in Pana iu., death being due to injury received when a kicked by a cow. Proposed plans of court House were discussed plans furthered for memorial Day quent by one fraction or another and a in one instance there was hissing. At the suggestion of j. T. Mont a Gomery the members of the county plans for the proper Observance j court asked that the committee be of memorial Day wednesday May i reduced to six members and or. 30. Will be furthered next wednes Robertson then amended his resold Day evening at the chamber of Tion changing the number from Commerce rooms when repre3enta six americans among fifteen under threat of being slain. Ford roadster stolen. Speed is urged to secure release the Ford roadster of Stanley Shaw int s a incr wr>lr1 on a floor of Tho Martin Udo aiming held Salt saturday to talk manager of the Martin brother a piano company of this City was j stolen about la of clock saturday j night from in front of the store 112 East fifth Street. The theft was reported to the police. Over project. One of americans sends out word plea is made for lives. By the associates peking May 19.�?fifteen foreign Ere six of them americans some of them ill All of them weary bruised j and foot sore poorly fed and worm j funerals of last of Sev planning care for dependents escaping fire views were Given twelve to six and those six were selected by the county court from the twelve recommended by judge . They were w. D. Wade William Jackson Clem Jones j. T. I occasion. I Montgomery. W. H. Powell and i George r. Wilkerson. The meeting was attended by the j ladies of the daughters of 1812, with mrs. Evans As spokesman who Tives of the g. A. R., world War veterans Spanish american War veterans and patriotic sons of America will meet to discuss events for that Sedalia boy in Relief work for Long period Church improvements to be discussed. The Rev. G. W. Mccallum of St. Louis pastor at Large for the con Gregat ional conference is in the City and today will assist the pastor of the second congregational Church j i Rev. S. Baird and members of that body in arousing interest in needed improvements to the Church edifice. Or. Mccallum will deliver miss Page the Bride of Wilfred n. Curry Clad tonight Are looking death in the j face in the part Zulu Hills of Shantung province As they approach Tho end of their second week As captives of the bandits who raided the Shang Hai peking express near Suchow May 6. If the foreign and chinese governments Are unable to satisfy the brigands by tuesday that their terms for the release of the prisoners will be met and Tho robbers chieftain makes Good his threat two of the americans and two britishers have but Little More than forty eight hours to live. They will be shot As a warning that the marauders mean to Force compliance with their demands under their chiefs ultimatum sent out saturday. Canty five dead were held saturday. Asked the court to consider the in Erfft v by m by inclusion a a clock a the new by did lag to be known As the general David Thomas clock and to take the place of the one destroyed in the old building which was purchased by the local chapter of the daughters. A meeting of the committee of six appointed saturday afternoon to Confer with the county court in regard to the erection of the court i House building has been called for to of clock monday morning to be held in the county court room. Committee chosen to Confer with county court on building. Wilfred n. Curry of this City and miss Mary Eliabeth Page of Sweet Springs mo., were married by the Rev. A. W. Kokendoffer at 4 of clock saturday afternoon at his Home 908 South Ohio Avenue. Or. Curry is in the employ of the bots printing company of this City. The couple will make their Home in Sedalia. Raymond p. Brandt to the morning Sermon. Baptists Areto meet next year at Atlanta a. Complete term As Rhodes scholar. Distributed food among teachers by Tho associated pres. Camden Quot n. C., May dazed by the tragedy of thursday j the proposed plans of the new Pettis a mass meeting of citizens called by judge Henry Lamm president of the Pettis county bar association was held in the circuit court room saturday afternoon and was attended by a Large number of citizens both men and women. Judge Henry Lamm was appointed chairman of the meeting with Walter Bohling Secretary. The purpose of j the meeting which was to discuss night in which seventy five persons lost their lives in the fire at Cleve county court House and to make known objections if any to the land school eight Miles from Here county courts program before it the Cleveland school and Camden j we Ould be too late for them to be of communities and Kershaw county feet Ive was explained by r. S. Rob Are preparing in every Way to care Yertson attorney who offered a Reso for those left dependent by the Lution asking for the appointment of fire. A committee of twelve persons re this afternoon the funeral of the i preventative citizens of the county last of the dead were held at the to would act in the capacity of an Beulah Church and at Antioch and advisory Board to the county court. This evening the Relief fund being the Resolution As offered stated collected by the chamber of com letters Tell of a plans for Road work i county Highway commission to award contracts soon on Pettis highways. New proposal of annuities to pay reparation had been located at Vitebsk for almost ten months. Such is indicated As the next step from Germany. A we Are pleading for our lives and j m Rico of Camden and Kershaw unless peking. Washington and Lon-1 county had mounted to More than Don realize that the bandits Are $s,000. Ready to sacrifice their own lives and those of All their captives in their fight for reinstatement in the Chin that the duties of the committee would be to Confer with the county court and offer its advice to the end that the utmost Economy in the a plan for a fund to insure the j building of the court House be exer j. T. Montgomery chairman of the Pettis county Road committee received a letter from b. H. Piepmeier chief Engineer for the state Highway commission regarding the plans for the Road work in Pettis county we hich will be read with interest by Resi by the associated press. Berlin May 19.�?germany�?Ts forthcoming reparations proposals will stipulate definite annuities instead of offering a fixed total according to information emanating Moscow Russia May 19.�?having completed nearly ten months of continuous service with the american Relief administration Raymond p. Brandt of Sedalia Missouri has left Russia. Brandt who was formerly on the staff of the St. Louis Post dispatch will go directly to Oxford to Complete his term As a Rhodes scholar at the University of Oxford before returning Home. Before leaving Vitebsk a White russian town of the polish Frontier where he has been directing Relief activities for the a. A. Brandt finished the free distribution of the first american food packages reserved for school teachers in the Region of the City and in Small towns and villages throughout the District of Vitebsk. This gift we Holch for All of Russia amounted to More than a half million dollars was the first of its kind devoted exclusively to the needs of Grade and technical school teachers. The Church will be closed temporarily for repairs on and after monday Fine program is to be Given at Chautauqua convention at Kansas City. Bitterly scores the a Marathon dances.�?T. A it musical features to be Given with excellent lecture numbers. Endorsement to prohibitory Laws approval Given plan for Seminary for negroes at Nashville Tenn. From political quarters. It i3 stated that the German league of Indus the entire amount having been sub Tri lists la preparing a plan which scribed by an unnamed donor. Will enable the government to make education of the children left cased. And to use us influence to a a. Cutter t0 or. Piep a a in Ward having a building that will1 Motherless and fatherless is being government immune from Pun-1 worked out and the work on the ashment we Are surely doomed Quot is farms where the head of the family j off a or Tje a sen ices and advise with dents of Tho Enmore county. Or. An offer based upon positive con a Crete guarantees for which the cer safeguard the Public records and to f0ijows Meier with or. Piepmeier a answer the statement made by Leon Fried Man Ono of the americans speaking for All. Friedman a message sent to his brother in Shanghai has stirred the foreign communities of China. In Shanghai tomorrow a mass meeting will be held to pass resolutions demanding that the american and British governments guarantee promises of the chinese government to the outlaw and win the Freedom of their Imp loved nationals. Tho so a of of death has descended by the chamber of Commerce. The ruins of the Little Frame additional found. Bodies but none we As j. Stephens files suit for damages de seven times this week on the j "��11 he ii Stephens versus the Bandit or Jon corrals in the part Zulu i Missouri Pacific Railroad company. Danuil or we Wuhib in Milinn Nlle it or Orl the Tho Roor. Hills Tito of the chinese prisoners a of d that the Plain were thrown from the Cliffs because i As boilermaker their premised ransoms had not been paid and five others were shot Down in cold blood for failure to obey orders. One Man Mariol o. Berube a Frenchman of Shanghai yesterday was Given his Freedom with instructions from Wang the bespectacled scholarly Young Bandit Leader logo to peking and Lay before the chinese government and the foreign diplomatic corps the desperate plight of the fifteen others. Berube tomorrow will Tell his Story and present the ultimatum of the outlaws to the diplomats including Jacob Gould Schurman american minister who has returned to the i w1 Ai i saturday evening was a decided Suc capital from a trip to Shanghai and sales of tickets and ice Cream started about 7 of clock shortly after arrangements of the chairs and tables on the Lawn and continued perished will to supervised and Aid a la the county court to the end that the court House will adequately meet the needs of the county. The school House Wero thoroughly j Resolution further stipulated that the combed today in search of possible court requested to refrain from and refuse to enter into any contracts either with an architect or contractor until the committee has had Opportunity to make an investigation. After much wrangling pro and con in which talks were made by judges of the county court j. T. Montgomery la. A. Higdon Joseph Salisbury r. S. Robertson h. B. Shain Roy Vav. Rucker d. F. Kennedy George f. Longan Vav. D. Steele. Lee Montgomery Harve l. Terry George Wilkerson James Mccurdy and others As to whether or not the Resolution May 14, 1923. Or. B. H. Piepmeier chief Engineer Highway Cora Misson Jefferson City to. My dear or. Piepmeier i am in trouble. Our people Here Man Industrial financial commercial interests political parties and a the gratitude of the beneficiaries we As genuine a Brandt stated a and i am sure if the donor had witnessed it he would feel amply repaid for his magnanimous gift. A distribution was not accomplished without complications however and these would have been amusing we or it not for the fact that they delayed matter. The teachers we Ere a suit for $15,000 damages we As filed in circuit court saturday after Helper at the Missouri Pacific shops in Sedalia on March 2, 1923, when he sustained injuries resulting in the loss of his left thumb. The injury was caused he alleged we Hen he sharpened a tool on an Emery wheel which he alleged was in a defective condition and which jerked his thumb in with the tool. Labor unions will go Security. Although the details of the forthcoming offer have not been divulged or even discussed in official circles it appears that the powerful selected by educational committees Industrial league has succeeded in j Fern Edff a to 3 purpose and we sent Arn tam nine Quot on to me much shod convincing Chancellor Cuno and out instructions in writing several because of the fact that there has foreign minister Roseburg of the a a a been no work done on the North and s futility of speculating on an inter South Road and that the Road has not National loan As a basis for re Para even been located. They see from i a a a a. I the committees Tho press that the commission h is let 1110 talc get instead proposes to Jevery Occa Ion until we were politely but firmly informed that we were insulting the intelligence of Iii different counts 7 he1 substitute a system of Gold annul-1 in of All our a a earnings. Contracts in different count., la ii guaranteed the roil he the trading Ard directions the first slate to the full extent of this year s a. To b. Gutted Brough the in addresses or Revenue. This discourages and they come to me for an nation. The loyalty of the Pettis county committee to the commission was of them cooperation of labor unions in con exp la Section a platform calling for j1113. Increased production All around. The a it a an Gold is to be raised by a process which is described As a giant Hyp came eventually we got them immediately sent out cards notifying the selected beneficiaries the members of the Sedalia Chautauqua association have completed their program for the Chautauqua to be held from july 17 to 22, and will present to Pettis county audiences a series of the highest class entertainments possible to obtain. It has not been definitely decided where the entertainment will be held but in All probability a tent will be erected on East fourth Street just East of the capital office where the Chautauqua we As held last year. The program As arranged is As follows tuesday afternoon Crawford Adams company composed of a trick violinist pianist and Reader. Tuesday night. Judge Kavanaugh noted lawyer. Judge Kavanaugh will leave Early in june for Europe where he will address the International Law enforcement Congress in Paris and will tour Europe studying the question of Law enforcement. He will return to America on july 8. Wednesday afternoon and night l. Verne Slout dramatic company composed of eight people. In the afternoon they will present a when Mother goes on a strike a and at night a nothing but the thursday afternoon Chicago symphonic orchestra composed of six people. Joe r. Hanley known As the Billy sunday of Canada will speak on a making a thursday night Chicago symphonic orchestra and lecture or. A constructive optimism by Stanley r. Krebs a lecturer on business methods. Friday afternoon David Duggin and wife scotch entertainers and that they could Call at a. A. Head Ernest kudos athenian pianist. This by the associated press. Kansas City mo., May 19.�?the Southern Baptist convention in session Here today selected Atlanta ga., As the place for the convention next year endorsed the establishment of a Seminary for negroes in Nashville Tenn., and approved plans for the erection of a $2,000,000 hos. Pital in new Orleans la. A Marathon dances were Char altered As disgusting exhibitions violence whether by persons masked or unmasked was declared to a trample in the dust every human right a and prohibition Laws Wero endorsed in a report of the social set vice commission adopted tonight by. The convention. On the question of dancing the report said in part a the Ever present and Ever insolent dance evil continues. The latest form of nauseating excess of which this destroyer of the modesty and morals of manhood and womanhood has gone is the disgusting exhibitions popularly known As a Marathon such exhibitions serve to show in a new Light the incurable evil of an indulgence a hich in its very nature is fleshly and sinful our pastors ought everywhere to speak in the most emphatic terms concerning such a the recent action of new York in repealing its enforcement code is a disgrace to that state and an insult to the Federal government a the report Saki in commenting on the eighteenth amendment. A a enforcement in new York will be somewhat More difficult but prohibition will go Forward not backward. The question before the american people is not shall we have prohibition but shall orderly government prevail a the recent decision of the supreme court 13 in every Way Good for this cause. It is a Surprise that it holds that american ships Are exempt from the operation of a Law of innit Mill in outline Down Poth Catlon of All Tho nation s pro <u1a,rte7 a Vitebsk and 3 of Quot i Prospal Lelh a a1,8pe5,�?oi1 pr0rram i Tho United states when on the hakka a ,. ,. Some Small in pm Rig a n # i Dollar in nil nac Kace each. They be for child run anal All school children. A. _ _ should be voted on who should a opposition to the plans of the com a Active units mines factories Point the committee whether the Mission and the engineers. We took i farms Hanks fisheries Etc. Court or judge Lamm president of i this position because we believed it Chancellor Cuno and his Cabinet the meeting or the citizens As Aito Tjie Ost interest of the state at Are devoting the Whitsun Inide hoi Dollar food package each. They be j for children and All school children to pour in. A we had hardly been at work three Days when we received hot instructions from the government rep ice Cream social Given by auxiliary seas or in foreign ports. But this will he admitted free. Can was Jim be remedied by the next Friday night de Jeu the Wizar Congress through the enactment of a spiritualist. J a t0 apply specifically to american whole by vote. Twelve names were a Argand because the engineers Hart Quot examination of the Basic i ropy i orders meantime it will he . To a. Fan turn ref tha Menhoma nut i a St. Ii do it a a i Usu it in it Diu anal Buckie Wiesen Nowc very feasible for ships to who ran for senator in the state of j Stock and unstuck with liquors at Minnesota and who is recognized As the three mile one it the most effective women j report of the Relief and annuity i speakers. Board adopted today declared that submitted by judge Lamm which a Jan j a system of highways which Fca Turg of Tho scheme but Are not would meet requirements better than j a pc Ted to reach a definite con any other system offered. Before the end of next week. Now l am going to ask you first j we Ere As follows a. L Shortridge j. T. Montgomery r. S. Robertson w. D. Wade Milton Durrell Charles the Bandit zone. Two factors apparently have clogged negotiations for Tho release of the captives. One is the bickering Between chinese officials at Tsao Chwang who have poured in there by the Carload to treat for the prisoners release. The other is the bandits demand repeated again and again that because they cannot Trust the promises of the chinese government guard Messerly sr., Clem Jones l. P. An to locate this North and South Road knights Templar to Drews George Wilkerson Emile Roa through Pettis county and re Landmann Wllliam Jackson and Ziaya the suspense of our people. The ice Cream social Given by the William h Powell i t suspense of our people r. William la. Dowell. Second to do some bit of grading ladies auxiliary of the Federated j judge j. L. Mccurdy presiding on sane. In View of our stand with shop crafts on court House Lawn judge stated that he was perfectly the commission am i asking too c willing to cooperate with a com-mucj1 Mittee of citizens As did judge g. Please let me hear from you by re a. Teeters of the Western District turn mail an j oblige. For the distribution had been received from Moscow. Of course we realized that this was a mistake As Moscow would have advised us. It developed that one or two of the commit j saturday night Davies opera com attend conclave j tees had in carefully going Over Pany. Their lists discovered they had omit adding that he believed Tho court should appoint the committee. This was opposed by some of the speak until about to o clock. The second a is. Judge Stanton Williams of the regiment band furnished the music Eastern District did not commit him for the occasion playing almost con j Seif on this question tenuously until about 9 30 of clock. A Large crowd of people attended the social buying ice Cream and Cones very truly j. T. Montgomery chairman. During the course of the meeting d. S. Lamm prosecuting attorney and Legal adviser for he county court May 16, 1923. Or. J. T. Montgomery attorney at Law Sedalia to. Dear or. Montgomery we Are making plans to spend our tee that their terms will continuous a. Tho manager of the stated that there had been no Defin secondary Money due Pettis county be met must be Given from Someyo. I social stated that was impossible. Joe p ans decided on for the building on the East and we est Road in the Spon sible source. Opposed to thist0 a Quot Tini ate Vioney in. As it an j that there had net been any con Western part of the county. The bal latter position is the stand of the Ryan it persons bought tickets and did j tracts signed with the architect Ance of your secondary roads Are in foreign diplomats that the chinese Jilot and Signie simply gave the j judge Mccurdy also stated that Only reasonably Good condition. We Hope government is held responsible for fax to ticket Sellers without j tentative plans had been drawn up. J to have this contract up for letting in the safety of the prisoners and it take Asp a ticket. Land changes must obtain their Freedom. And <2vcr sixt a of Cream was j made it necessary could be Friedman says and Berube says. Used. The original matters to have been that unless the captives Are released no ,0i-c> taken in on Tho social is discussed that of the vaults in the icon they Are doomed a it a �8pd a Quot v a re of he Feder advices from Tsao Chwang states at ii hop c a it us. That Mutiny is feared among the troops policing the Bandit zone. They Imi Lai men i it Taft demanded by the associated press. Have not been paid for eighteen months and Are reported to be fraternizing with the outlaws even o the extent of Selling the brigands j new York May 19.�?a demand the government ammunition they i for he impeachment of William h. Carry. I Taft chief Justice of the United states for accepting an alleged annuity of Sio Coo from the Carnegie corporation and an attack on the Lenine and Trotzky Brand of russian communism by Alexander Callan editor of the jewish daily Forward featured the opening of the National convention of the socialist party today. Or. Caban declared in some of the soldiers however still Are said to be encircling the brigand fortress despite repeated assertions from chinese official quarters that they had been withdrawn to insure the safety of the foreign prisoners in response to the outlaws ultimatum. The diplomatic Erps headed by its Dean j. B. De troilus the Fertu-1 an a Resst at Trotzky was a a big guess minister twice has called on i bombastic windbag but he believed he was sincere and that Leniner a physical breakdown was due in great part to his moral incapacity. The Resolution aimed at the chief Justice was adopted unanimously but none of the delegates expressed views on the subject. The committee on resolutions wa3 instructed to obtain cooperation of trades unions and other bodies in making the demands for or. Tafts impeachment nationwide in its scope. Court House building and the Loca Tion of the circuit court room was june. We have been delayed some in securing Federal approval on some of our recent projects. You can assure your people that we will do everything we possibly can to get the Sec the grand commander of Missouri knights Templar will meet in Marshall mo., on tuesday and wednesday May 22 and 23, and will be amended by about one Hundred Sedalia knights and their families. Tho Sedalia delegation accompanied by the Avdalla Grotto band and the de Molay patrol will leave the masonic Temple at 7 of clock tuesday morning making the trip to Marshall in automobiles. Tho de Molay patrol under Captain John m. Glenn will give exhibition drills and the Avdalla Grotto band will furnish music during the two Days. Tuesday noon a Chicken and Hickory smoked Ham dinner will be served at the Missouri Valley College for the visiting masons. Ted the names of several teachers j parsonage to be whose need we As a Little More acute Thon those already selected. A a it took me about an hour to convince the chairman of the educational Board that these worthy school j masters would come in on the next contribution the latter part of the Brandt explained that a ten Dollar decided today morning services the dedicatory address to be delivered by prof. To a. A. Food package is a Magnani i Beck of Concordia. From 2 to 5 p the Southern Baptist convention is aiding 925 aged ministers and dependent members of their families. It declared that the boards resources were $1,490,193,59. Which Accord ing to the report is inadequate. The Tho newly erected parsonage of Board has projected a program Call Tho St. Paul s lutheran Church 31i be Quot a one of end inv East Broadway will he dedicated i a no a �<>.000.000 for future work. This morning following the regular a a a ,15e ,0"r m re attn to the exclusion of chinese was recon lost sight of in the discussion of j Mondary roads under contract at the w Hether or not the committee should earliest possible Date. Be selected and so heated did the talks become that applause was fre Baron de Guira the chinese government to peed up negotiations for release of the fifteen continued on Page two a the democrats directory Page local to is i associated press to 18 it i editorial. A a personals a a a a a a a a a a a a a it a a Bible questions. B child a Story. I efficient class ads.7 a Call cords. L. Til d. Baron Giovanni de Guira newly. Appointed Secretary of the italian Bell 229 for Brunswick re embassy at Washington who has Fitzgerald Melody shop 212 j succeeded Signor Andrea gels ser Ciesia. 4 in reference to the North and South Road w ish to advise that the commission at its last meeting approved the Road going directly North from the Missouri Pacific depot As Tho Pri Mary Road location conditional upon the necessary right of Way being secured. The location of the Road South of Sedalia has been before the commission at different times but no decision has been reached. As the matter now stands it is left very largely with the citizens of Benton county particularly Cole Camp As to whether or not they can secure for us the necessary right of Way from a Point about four Miles West of Cole Camp southwesterly to Lincoln. We will probably make some additional surveys at this particular location before we can determine what right of Way to secure. When this is done and the right of Way is guaranteed to us the commission will be glad to make its decision in regard to the primary Road South. We will try to Rush our preliminary work so As to get some construction under Way on the primary Road in your Vicinity. With Best wishes to you i am yours very truly b. H. Piepmeier chief Engineer. Or. F. E. Breithut Mous gift especially As it provides pubs stance for a Russion for from five to six weeks. The a. A. He said was giving a certain amount of clothing packages to teachers in addition to food packages. In. The Home will be open to the Public. Rev. Herman h. Heidbreder and family vrho have been residing at 519 South Lafayette Avenue will move monday into the parsonage we hich is a seven room Brick veneer the a. A. At Vitebsk was at present feeding 6,000 children in j str Coly modern Home schools orphanages and through of in kitchens Brandt explained and first Ball game mended in a Resolution adopted at the morning session. A deportation of Christian chinese born in this country and brutal treatment of others a the report declared a is doing much to weaken the influence of american Mission Wrork in William Jennings Bryan addressed the convention tonight. Through its medical division had done much to stamp out disease by equipping hospitals and teaching the people preventative measures. Raymond Brandt is a son of or. And mrs. Jacob Brandt of 808 East sixth Street. V j or. Frederick e. Breithut of new York City who has been selected by the department of Commerce to make an exhaustive study of the chemical Industry of Germany and to report his findings for the Benefit of american manufacturers. They Are Here one Hundred More of those new modern and popular Glass mail boxes this is the last consignment of these boxes to the Democrat. The last shipment is in ready for distribution to those who have reserved them and to any one who May wish one. These Glass mail boxes May be secured by paying up your subscription to the Democrat and paying six months in Advance or you May buy one outright at the Low Price of $1. Now done to delay calling if you want one of these Glass mail boxes. They wont last Long and remember this is the last consignment for Sedalia. Of season today the first Ball game of the season 1 for Sedalia a recently organized club j which is in charge of Henry Peter Schmidt a a dutch Kirchhofer and a. I Farrell will be at Liberty Park this j afternoon starting at 3 of clock. Warsaw will be the contending team and i is said to have a Strong lineup to present against the Seda lians who will be under the guidance of Van Tappen As playing manager. The visitors will motor to Sedalia and expect to be accompanied by an immense crowd and the interest locally is such that with favourable weather an Large throng will be present a a Dick Rohn will lineups follow Sedalia of 3b la of is 2b of c p p Kirchhofer Van Tappan Cooper Workman Mcmullen Paxton Farrell Hale Griffin Schwenk Umpire. The Warsaw e. Alexander r. Alexander Calbert Blanchard Freund i Mccarty Mills Freeman Holloway Arens 190 ways to make Money by Billy Winner of i could saw and Nail if i were a bit Handy with tools i would take advantage of the demand for Bird houses. This we Ould be simply a matter of letting people know where to have them made. Then there would be dog houses Flower boxes and Many other things to be made with boards and nails enough to make an All year demand. With the help of the Democrat want ads i could Tell the people of Sedalia what i could do. Otherwise How would they know about me they we Oul Dnn to not my h. Ranter Utility Man for Sedalia. The weather Ford parts Complete Stock partly Cloudy monday unsettled Ford parts and accessories. When with probably showers cooler in you need Ford parts you can always East portion sunday. Get genuine at Ross Ford sales and a a i service. Fourth and Lamine. Bell ?n9 Kod Akers Are entitled to the Best. I Home 208t/ Ilet Sterns studio do your finishing

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