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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAW, SATURDAYSEPTfatBER C8j-
&? SEt XA5
Spt 4. Oversubscription
e Irish Jfepubbran loan
i'dci Yalrra promoted in.
tShV has" brat hailed lir
.Wictonr of the ixinular
i military aggression.
to iuk 230.000 by
Ifijtai a year ago, "d subscriptions
then h.H im Uiu Sttt
tinned until a few weeks ago, when It
ui announced thai lh loan had been
etaspaign Has started in I partment
arresu. raid and iinDrisnnraents br tbe adrcrllscaicnts in its intercut wore ainu'
Royal Irish Constabulary in tin- futile pressed: At various limes, all Ireland'
CcH ytncnl tbe rawing of nuney, we're placarded by night with an post.
as the loan anBOoacemools said, for ers, ubH.li the police promptly tenured
"agricultural and indutfrial iWlcn. I iti nit iLnr. M-nf instances of arrests
largely oversulwcriueu despite wnai I ment, ami lor linancing the Mail Lire- of liidiii.Iuafs are tiua. nlh coaaniuaal
Sinn Feioers claimed were supernunun ann constructive
effort. of tbe British government in Ire. Tum ie
land t.i suppress H. te fm,a(.M arrcsfV
In an announcement of tlw success or ers. the bulletin
the loan.-the Sinn Fein propaganda de- favor of tlic loan
recited a list of
i i .V. ' J -...' i.i k:j ., rl ih.iKIrM in in ' .a ri Twt TCCr T.
, AXrE AS rAfrSfl.V ri.. e eeliing Ibe Wrl. of thou". f Our-WAkm ." '!- P .
linnin January 1, 1920 and eon
liauine to the present date the nurriafe
I Founded la 1SI, II Was. Abandoned sand ol visitors kIw flock' there 5-fosa3e-'oW ihiMij board doa:
- Dnrlnft Wit. Irn years for tbe sacred drama, this j fir igaExchange.
j ears presentation nail to ue can
a. ,....! tou
PP.IS Sept. "4. After baling pui 'for tl,0 first time since llie inauguration
.t .. ! t 1
Germany in lue nuuer o , t ir.e uirc;3.
h:..... ......V. :. ihr Llue riLhon to arr one on Germany in the culler ol , af ihe discs. .
WS-'m. . irapnsc.n.nenlt hard lalr lor working TT ' Oair M Colastoi war, France lias just deddeJ to pul With food a little mote plentiful in
the loan started there !" "le " .""' ". f ?""?":; ! ,o,het one with a Frencb Ober- France, ibe later ha. undert.ten tosee
of alleged promo.. '-,''-. " .S!5!" J," T,.. p" ' " Si, r.j!f officiated at'Amerg. . '- ' ?l Ae ".""
hw.h rmrjr.3utXiir,,i;nr- n M pi!!'l,x
Wr t-ii 1.1,1 an.I nob... . . ir r L '..!... 4M...-.I. II.:i.i; L,Mn..lrmnl ti.kSt.Ujr raQDTUIMilk vjtliiio'a .
...v .H...u, ..- ..v" .JJ)T,.n . I., iit nr.MnrVllliL .'llailV dl IsTtifDI lUfliiaiI IIUItM , iu..m-wv.m... . .
- .... . I'uaawii M lt j... ,-.-. . ,. r .l H - D.,.' n I'liw
score, ol , papers ulncli ad.ocaed it or accepted ,.e men arrelnl ere mebbers of Tar. When he begins twill a lamity lie uy. nepons iron, .e '" A, 7 ' T. ' IitLba ZaA i. ttar that kttcaiter
viith tfcetn until llie job It finished.
Fiata bop l0 B"re ucr rasmorl Play I
I aitreses eoni.ler France ; sne will be feri..us cownelitw
SGOTT'S BOOK SHOP
We now have a complete line of School Books .and School Supplies.
Cell early and, save the rush. .We will take your old books in exchange,
and sell your second-hand books cheap. We have books for both the High
School and Grade Schools.
.srK.iri.M: siYKs roux chops
Amr lTornts Leaie. Out Sprayrt
l'Lants "Sajs Agrlcnltursl Agent.
MTiile tbe army worm, were so active
in the .destruction of .Mitsouri's crops ( j JMrs tnlt the Rer. A. V. I'as-1
this summer, spraying waa one of the. iiey had tbe best of the parson around J
measures talen to control them. Agent I town.ba'dly defeated in tbe "I pronounce j
ri "..til:.. Pnttntv tnravrii ftv.' .!- .-J wH" rmnnT. He SnOW
rja&nj uu' -... --- jou ni ju -.- v- - - .
eral fidtU A corn the first week in foresight and businesa ability in nav-1
f i.. I... i.A viii ' l c!.i : h aMirthAtise lor ct- t
rumlurr.1 and cl.ef.l up. Boll, fields the parson could ever be induced to
a,c now in silk and tassel. The ,pr)cd tell liow much be received for adding lb.
firld pn.mioes an ordinary crop, while ! Ashbf.
the field nol ira)rd Inoss as if-il will f '
Plr SGOTT'S BOOK SHOP
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t "&S& " 920 Broadway
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! SCOTT'S BOOK SHOP
j . a,- .. 920 Broadway Phone 356-BIack
tsm--s-s1r. zrJi rail.e no inie linn a lull civp.
:B, Announcing M
hMt a .line of unbeatable value in shoes Itat-tloiiU cost foij much'. f ,
"l'jBi 'T?. M ll SE
BB srtfare featuring Men's and Ypung'Men's Black and Brown CaLF.SKoes itf, g
I HlJ the newest English' or the-'broadertoe models with 'Goodyear "Welt Soles: fi
Bl ? A large variety of styles to select from at the unusual low price of ...$7.00 jEBB j
- 9 ' Women's and' Young-Women's Oxfords and Boots in all'lhe latest models. jj . m
WSk New Brogans in the more conservative' style in Black and Brouv, liiglt or !) igl .
. M t - lowheels,at 7.00 . WH
IB : We believe thes Shoes to be the best values obtainable and combine style, J i I
WM durability and lownese of price. &
B See them in our window or come in. We'll be proud to show them. ' jjjjj 11
H 1A -tSI - 'III
liamenu v.ith them until llie joD 1h nmsue... i.e center inoicaie .--" . . .,, ,:. Vo.npe.it.. of ;U
. i v t i li!n.iMTfi.imeiJ m man? aj cwMiwnioi eau.acjurs anu aurn i"i . -m . - - -
One Udng ...a. runs hi. rord up Tnr P.-" W.,. --nja. J" lfb... Udcl, U . u.'fc
": .I . ' .L..I.,UL lie Oulne lo.lbe fad. toever. ll.al the innieu liUnrs. a. .,. u.... . -. -
..& . .' . t i.,.f- ni-riati i.kf.ubiun can t scale UD
sion, the Sinn Fein announcement states,
thai jut before the completion of ibe
loan the biuipaign In it N-lialf r.as al.
ino-t abaiblonetl. Urtpile, Ibis, llie Nib-
'fcriptiom. a-nlinued lo a sneee'sfid fin.
baslmd-llie unbiue experience of baling aCvanan popuUUon cant sca.e
perfoimetl two ceremonies for the .same lj ti'ujjs
lOuple. lliey were marrioi anu iurt'i
ed. 1'artly through the influence of a-1
a riH-oncilauon was urouaiu .u
Offlcial Slatement Of Th;
son. a reconciiauoi. ... , --- CE.NTHAL BASK
ml they were united in marriage ... Suu o mmU a
ond lime. ,i . v-.u. , ,),. 9fi.i, ,iv
Examinalion. ol the records lor u bk
August, 1920, published in hte Even
ing Missourian, newspaper printed
and published it Columbia. State of
Missouri, on ths 4th day of September,
Aupiot. Two weeis later he visiled (ig Hs official in the eourmouse .or .- (j,, U1 dijeoontg, nndoubt
1. ..i rr ,t ..nr1 nt ,l,ftrm wtm tmilt ernnina and coing. tie is
. ... , i i r...n rtiv
Tn !;, rrnnrl In the Collese of Agri- ' now ining in jr....,. ,-
dwb .-.. - , . - I
ibe drmonstrations and saw the spraying oral jear. and caugnt tne mainraoiij ej. j m pttxnai or
. collateral : $ aX097I
lliim ra) t.ifi
1 culture be mjs: "You can' ell to an , The. Rev. Madison A. tiart was loonu Overdrafts
inch the beicbt of the corn when it was lo be a popular marrjing Ps"n- " i Liberty bonds
sprajeJ. The worms slopped catin6 and ranVed nt to the Reverend Pasley dur-1 fo inij j,
' the worms stopped ealinB an.l the com j ing the last three years and next lo the j Reaj aute (banking; bquse)
grew out nig: and frrtli with not a puncl Reverend St. Oair thi. year. lother real estate
! lure in iheTlades or stalls. We had a . His name was found signed bolh Madi-1 Furniture and fixtures . . . ,
i .......:... . i. cU.. ..... A Ifjn .ml Madison Ashby Hart. , Due from other banks and
itb an infoctr.1 field not spra5e.l. Tliis , The county recorder explained this by, .bankers subject to check
i!.n -i i.i. . :..!..: r ,. ,,. .,v;n il,ai a larcer fee was received cv- Cash items
one sDrav.-d. A1k.ii! half ibe blades are i ery time the Ashby appeared, but thati Currency 3,07.0t
,.,! -ite- more or Ires 1 the amouni Ol me ice iu...;-i.i
Ohter reaourcea, us follows:.
Brl Fstatfi Transfers
Cib,n. N. W. M. Forbis. 163-
266 S pi NW pi NW fr pt 30-
' S013 J750
Hunt. W. It. E. a Hunt, 163
' 567. It 12 Usnls subd Garth
bd tiarth add, CotumDia low i lime certificates ol fleposil
Capital stock paid in ...... I35.0QQOO
Surplus fund .". 2.0H9.0C
Undivided profits, net ...... 366i51
Due lo banks and bankers
subject to check -T 155.107.Sf:
Individual deposits subject lo
to check i5jJ07.ET
Moody, O. D. W. tt. Hun, 163- Demand certificates ol deposit
263 El-2 W pi It ! Carth Savint depesils
nbd Garlh adil, Columbia 1400 Certified checks
natlertnn. J. M. J. T. Ilutter.
1C3-C69 El-2 It Northern
Conley. W. T. J. F. Foree.
163-270 It 4 blk 1 Tandy add,
Shock. F. 1- J. M. Wbiteide,
163-271 Its 49 Banks snbd
.Garth subd Garth add. Co. -
, lumbia ".300
J Jones. C. T.-a M. Parrel!, 163-
272E pt ll 21 Boucbelle add
jforris, J. llr-N. Gibson 116
275 S pt SW pt XV fr pt 30
',' 50-13 bj to 500 6C0
'Whitesblea. T. F, Sbf.-S. R.
r "Dames, Sl-2 SE pt'SE-pl 8,
exc pt SE cor, nbso pt Nl-2
b.n T. R-D. A. Purdy, 163
ll 19 Stephens, add, ColumLia.
, exc. p: N pt '.. 4250
.Kurlr, i. W.-I- Strwle163.
i pi It 18, Mt I, Tan'Jy add,.
Gduiubia .........1. ....,.. ....100
Polls, Wm.-H W.t, 163' NW .
"-pJ'NE PI2349-12 ....',..',...2394.15
Rilh payable aid rediscounts
Oilur liabilities, as follows:
STATE OF .MISSOURI,)
Nancy under remarkably encourJE.ng
.1 lmr.r4iL-e circumstances.
The Nancy Passion was founded by
,!. iL.n.Irnfir Petit, dean d the dio
cese, and be is still in charge. like tbe
Ober-Ammergau play It is given every
Sunday and constitutes an entire day
The play Pw l 9 in ,he monunf
and save for an hour and a hall at noon
for lunch continues till 5 in the erven-
Tbe cart is raade up of 400 actors and
actresses all drawn from the peasant and
workmen's classes of Nancy and vicinity.
To minimize engine trouble, use Mo
Vdoib A special grade for ever ear.
Taylor's Garage. a'-lr-
PHONE 491 TAXI
Forr Prompt Service
TJay or Night
All New Cars
COUNTY Ol B00NEI
Te. Ira T. G. Slor.e as president
and Sjra A. Hall as "c:bier of
said bank, each uf as ib solemnly
shear that the aboe slatement is true
to tbe bsel of our knovledre and be
1R T. G. STONE. Pres.
Sjrsh A. Hill. Cashier
SAR T. 1ILL. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn before me, tbic
3rd day of September, A. D, nineteen
'biindred and tuenty.
Witness niy hand and notarial seal ic
ibet dale last aforesaid. (.Couiuiifeiuned
and qualified for X term expiring Jul)
'26.19231.; j '
lj,tu-. .11 laliih:,
W. K. STONE.
LAURA G. STONi;
' . , Directors.
Every Woman Should
Have a Checking Account
This bank offers a valuable service to its customers.
Many women, in particular, avail themselves of the services
of our officers for advice in trouble some routine matters
such as paying taxes or insurance or collecting interest.
By depositing every item of your perEonal income, and
making all payments by check, the bank, really docs all of
your personal bookkeeping.
An atmosphere of courtesy and friendliness pervades our.
banking rooms, a feature which makes this institution par
ticularly preferred by women.
The Exchange National Bank
H " .' ' .":'.
You've-Been Looking For
. At The H ayside Inn
Just a step from Broadway
across from the Wabash Station .
you will find service for both
the nbon and evening meal
Chicken, Salad, brown gravy,
mashed potatoes and things
"company" always enjoys served
from individual tables on snow
white table cloths.
12:30 to 2:00
5-30 to 7:00
- Phone 1250
The usual remark oh the campns;wha a girl is dress-'
ed "just right.'1
There is .both conscious :pride.and pleasing satisfac
tion in knowing that you arc correctjy tailored. ,
The excellence "of our made-to-orde'r. ganaeate
been established by a volume of verbaltestiBBonkls.
A tone of excellence prevails from the, cloth, up. A
suit, dress or riding habit from our shop is a talking aad
walking sponsor of Refinement, Style and Nattiaess. We
do altering and remodeling of all garments.. Come "a.
Lets get acquainted.
J? t 1
The only women's. tailor Ictween "Kansas Ciiy and St. Loui$.,i
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