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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2d 1920
In the Field of Spot t
3SAL ESTATE FOR SALE BOARD AND LODGING
FOR SALEr-Slendid building Jot on
lOl 011 snnn nn"t . . firi!! Mnirl a-.!" RaaI fVmntv T.ee?iT.
lfcrbX,U?.!r.ll - -I rf ' cn." D,ne a,
' " V. ,!,, lDcudttL p'r"' office in CIobUj. SIruri, .Ut 27,1,
JOR CUF Mood, rut any length.
1 1009. t It. I mtar 82tf
fOR SLl Two tiara 3 piece wool
l sue 40; Si Jot the two. AddrM
b cue cf Minnaiu ,D-83.
-Missouri, en MONDAY. JANUARY 3,fi
1921. when and where, you may apntar
and answer or otherwise defend such'
action; otherwise plaintiff's petition mil'
'msaS-ST ' HOCKETPOnTS !. r the ashing. supporter.
jTT nT f rX . t AiTARDED TO GIRLS ' to chat,,; a Ban which ha, become a
T?TSS my hat a, elk of da! k "I" " b," V"" d"in;S"1 k '
.- . mfiixi srwn i ninriiiT 7.rn riv inr v . .
rim and James M. Turner, GaysvUle;
D. StewaL city. r
The following were pints
FEW NAJIES REGISTEHEp "a1
'' V " "'' . i Farmers Do Not Respond to Privi.
at me uan-i . . r i ik i,a.
day of NoreEilic, 1921.
(Seal) K. S POLLARD, Clerk
W. SI. Diiisiddic,
FOR RENT Single room fur gentle
man in rrivale familv. AU ism.mvi
Phone 1067-C, 303WaughSt. U-85 "' '' SjjORlE QUINN. Deputy.
.V. A. Of tHec sisleen in each cuts
recoiled ten points each fur making
teams, while ux freshmen, right sopho
nore. four junioi", and file eniurs
earned three point each for making
their class squads. Maggie Hell, captain
and manager of th 1920 champion team.
feceiied fosrteen points for hockei. The
JAYIIAltKERS EAGER TO
TRl EASTER TEAMS
The Jayhawkeit seek to bask in the
spotlight Ly scheduling a game with one
Moat Graduates of Vocational
Courses in Columbia High
Go to University.
E. L. Sherman. Geo. N. Welter. D. II
Koines, C. U Longe, N. C Gordon, II.
S. Benson and B. Slartvck, Chicago;
Thelma Rhinchart, Meiico; The J.
Evans, Macon; C. M. Thaffes. M. K. &
T.; C W. Vctler. Monticello: A. F.
That vocational training as carried ontaeze. New Bruasnick, N. J.; Roa
of lit Rifearfern eollwea. For ih,fir.,l!n ColnmbU High School hit been toc. , pirckhaus. HiggmsTille; 1L C. Fetley,
ielWTarernjeterday: P-L-P, jeteral jear. .go at the fort'y fourth
J. IL Rice and F. T. Qainn, St. Loufs; r . AfKmblr f Missouri, a law w
passed ginng farmers the right to name
their land, and, upon application, to ob
tain within their county a copyright ef
that name. That only eight names are
regUtered with the county clerk of Boone
unty does not inuicaie ine laimre ot
fOR SALl - fine extracted honey at
s a qati flion- lCi.d-b!a-k or call at
l-fi U- H-s:
GIRLS Room and boatd; hot nater
heated bouse and hot water at all times; "
bath on each floor. 715 Ilm St, Call i
anv time alter 6 p. m. V C-83tf
thcrities arr tmne to secure a ri of Is'"" ac"n? PnnaP'- w Tt U
..... . . . i
t .. iniu.M.-, n. ? irye. i . .-. . :. contms nun ine noteit teams oiihe east, i
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Sti of Miiwrri,)
FOR RENT Furmshcd room at 11M ':
--iPaqian. PaneJ1372 white. P78lf. County of Booce. J
in iLe. urctut o.uii. n racaitoa ce
fOR RFM " -ce un'orai.hed rooms
Itinr m "k iag in rawiera nous
a at 1311 P- is Jtoad or phone 744-
TOR PENT-A des.raUe
1! . , .... ...,..
lime in the-.cbool luslory Kansas in- 'c"u' ". Ine ."P"""1" " UH '
are classes in bookkeeping, ttpewritinz.
Dr. Forrest C Allen, D.reetor of Athle-1 "T""'' Penmansmp domestic science
vl",J " "....... ..... . , , v,i, tii.i...Jj v . n iianu manual iraimng. ine students are
.Iorkin rjii. manaaers re 1C- h" wired Ilarvtrd. Notre Dame and! , . , ' , ,,
ntr'trrrL mlcentre eolleg, for da,e. If arrange:H' ZT ', " .T
menu are made the Jayluwlers rlll . , , , . , , . '
make the trip to Hamrd and play Notre S&J? ,"" Jf"8 9lumb.,a
SIGUi VI S WV Dame and Centfe it Lawrence. "T xuoal. mu' ua JabtyM,n ae
FIRST POOL CONTEST Certainly Doctor Allen has areat con. ' 0'k w".ulf" aP aE?.ln-. ' '
JnUr6tam-o'tlw.nt-rfrE:'rn.u Bdecce fn' the calibre of Us 1921 ma-l1"" ,nip " cF-l41I)r tbe "-
oci qnij wouia a game Willi one
I two eatra joints for winning the inter
ceived two points
U. n-m fi7 '0,e January Tetm. 1921. o,jJ tournament beina plaved at -he Rt-,i,;n.
E Broadway. Phone 3. J-77tf. ! 'rs" ?l ,lmK- JaBC "; ". crartlon Parlor, ilw Sigma us def-ated 'f ,ltfe,ljirce ,'chooU1)e an eactllent ad I Th"e COLra th the exception of
rOK RET lour room apartment.
i bath; newly papered, hardwood
, sosth exposure. Apply 100 Col-
! Avr. LSthf.
IOST ND FOUND
FOR RENT Large room with touth
and cast windows; large bath just acro-s
nan; pmate l.or
Will rent cheap
tie H. Headiick and John V. Harris. ' fe AlpU Tau Oa-ga. b th s-ore 50 ! nia,, fcr lhc Kan, i, but j, skorthand, t)pewritnS and bookkeeping
Jr, plaintiffs. i 4B ve-terdo arterora. Tlir Sigma .i ., ,,.. .,,, , v,i,l,'. ..,are ""' P"manly for the purpose of
ajainst t260 , ,u will meet the Kappa Sigmas at a , (-,.;.. ,J m;,: v,1 '"e the stu-lcnt for a portion as soon
Ic football iu the Ijo. ," "e ,v graduated Irom high school but
IIofer, diuunting the publicih it . "Jr" " "a general knowledge.
w.. li.rt ii II it-ti it-.Ti: A nri issib mmnbin
ne; no children in Lou-e. -" ""' """ " -'-". huuju -
ifken a, once. Apy , V. McCtae. John F. MeOure Sdl JtZL'TZj ? !S?
'-!: A1,S- 'u. -a- M,n. n.... M rRoBrijr deltaed Taylor 90 U. IT Jr-ter
c ' - plated moatfcpifce to
laaet i w" 35 iiand pla)cr during
Jocaccj- , tin Jrn to 'iiiS'Ounan of. '
ACACL LOUOE, No. 602, 4 F S X. M.
Tuesday evening, Dec.
2 ' VIV14 - !
C-rtrud M. SIcDoTald Fannie M. US moo VJadiwr and wamews,
Mattl,.s.irrflMrOu.Ui. UcnuMc-'(-!h J c'-n-P'O" lion, will
Qjitty, Blanche L Palmer. Montfwn 1 PU lta-
ery MeCullocgji, V';!ndm . laentr j natrrf 5 rtrg if f
and the onkuown lieirs, conaorta. de-' Tap QUfiT 4 VIJ r
Lincoln. Neb.; C. Heeren. Mobetlj; C
E. Neff. Fulton; a R Robf. Ithaca; G.
B. Trice. Louisiana; C L. Carter. Ci
bool; C L. Catherton, .Mexico and A. A.
Stewart, Kansas City.
CLUB IN DRESS
farmers to recognize the pchobgical
advantire of a euphonic name. It maj
indicate rather the traditional frugality
of the American farmer. More than 89
per cent of Missouri's farms are named
but they names are not registered. The
registration fee is $1, and it may be
argued that the name is as valuable,
without the-fee and the copyright as
Aear Columbia there are only four
farms which have registered names. Siuk
"Plots and Playwright" will
Dress rehearal for "Plots ard Flay. 1 CT'idc Farm, Rockhurst Farm, Maple
Wrights" will be held in the University j ood and Aden Hill.
Auditorium at 7 o'clock this eien-J ' "
ing for the public performance at 815 TO .DOCTOR CAMPUS TREES
The three sIiciMiflife dramas in the
first part of the play are being worked
out to make them realistic by Mrs. E.
R. Clark, coach, and the student actors
members of the Uniiersily Dramatic
Qub. This is in strong contrast to the
second part of the piece where. robbery,
a murder and teteral love affairs are
brought to a thrilling climax. The same
,1051 tJ rkcbork
X" ', ","" K',aC" Pfc""'!" L. Kempster. AV. M J. v Uosi Sr oeased, and cf JJuawJaary-P.
- il V-r -11 o """, Tbiio Building. Hut and BroadwiiT 1 eaei!. F. J, JlcCure and lie Co . 10 the Olvmp.
ji ji. . .. .ui.. , i lumbia Cemetery Assocaucx a corpo I uceaeeen r1
iliffT - J' silver bar pin with'
5da D i u rcr. -n at -ucrably Sat.
rfij tifi 1 Firdcr please leave at Mis-1
BCaa ofcee ' D-83
would r.Tf. Kansas and the Pretifc a," a'k'a " ' "'00fhx "'"' a
would lend M.'sjbh all4y fo-.tball, well'"E, !'!'""'n" f l"gh sho..U t..
wordcr if s.jcli a moye would be a w. 'r-' "" ,B,'en!s Dy tilting them for
-ne for tre JavhiYikers. These nmes. i P0""" "'" -n !J-
if &i a-e s bedttled, must necessarily "' ,lunk 'hat there are grest pos.-ihUi j a'lors are in both parts.
'na" early in the seasfin. At tre Mis- "f ainnf lr" iae but net in Colcnbia j
wtirT aIW ritnr.rnr mMlin, - L ,9, wterc tile Situation is different frf,ra t.at ( "
ncs, dons. aBenecs and immediate, i g,, nami' on create all round ,e3 Citv. the opiin$ dales of the Kansas in met' PceE- Here wliere the Lw. I
meeae, remote, voluntary al iavol ..tjese in Amen i. iaitb' to bold a Mhdl- Oeoilx-r 1 .mi flrinK,- s .. ' shv is the center of so much interest. --
uniary grantees 01 imara Jici-iure t
deceased, and 'of L P.
Prof. H. F. Jtsjor Says Attention at
This Time Saves Trees.
Prof. Horace F. Major, of the hcrti
enltural Department, has begun his an
nual doctoring of sick trees on the Uni
versity campuses. All trees which can t
not be cured have tieen maik.ru ny rro. i
fi.sor .Major, and will soon be cut down.
Mr. Maj'or sajs that during this season
many sick trees if neglected, will die.
SIOST At Scoop, Friday 'night, a
cjrabar I'm with topai setting-. Finder
jiw return t Miesonrian office and re
sit reward, a I4a
WANTED TO BUY
iTs-NTED To buy a wool coat and
prater in good condition for girl of 3.
CiU 774greeT or 1563-grcen. A2.
TUTTED Five -rnts each will be
ml ' r c cir- of i!e Columbia
Etnttg M. ,urin of October 30.
;n Mcaure I .((f. rccorl ntt fe v of bh fneod'i.ft open'GjceJ with Harvard Notre ' th? 'uets look forward to continuing,
liens. dc-Ujc !,-( abi t Uhde on board the rjnc or CWre wnild nave to be pUied, tllr school work instead of securing po-
T'P. LiettJaUip that tarfUi' V r-erican ethletes,,,,, ,i,. ,iMe j,, jj,e j-uon , ajnns Out of the eight students who
uwmp.- c,ac c, -"wn tt- T.iVtSt-it-frnEr-srtxrtlT-Vall-y Stard ff"l cortificates in MeaogranU(
en t1 v .. Pat VcDonsJd. th- ,nnu tsg. Kaa-as. afford to run thi r.sk "-A l''1 -o"ng. only cne has tekta a
-w .ok ry..cnu -witii tne e, jAu!--6ja.Bnes. ,;,. ,, .Ino,. m. pcrrjafn:, full-time position. The,
. , - , u.j i a 'a receive" in suclr a gam raerily ! "tiers are working pait of tie time end '
'. f i .., ,!?- (cT aif f J PutJicir,- be. w.U get WP"S in this vny to pay their capea-KS !
UJ?3VZn '5L"Jt Crem .u ttag Allen h the right iL I fc &.' '
f."'. iw'rli!n," I"'sirSM--rfnmr-:pcrtlrVall'y Stard "full cortificates in UcaograpUc. (
TtriTlrilT lnfS ... TU- T-. .. -r .i- T ! -. ' .J,U rfw. '. "-f -"""-" v .ui. w. .-. r . , - -.. .-..--
IT i r i i if ... . vumj ,"7, '"If' "" ..!.-...-- -.. " cf tAin; the iaiunes. she is almost eer- PW"T-'. mu-tioe position.
.m . . i- M jv. .... ; miuiiou ouu uue luir cs , nu-r-ni- i wrxrink.
in suiar m-tings second Missouri, dclendan:-. tne
jf Innrili 1 r l.n f f FTIIT" CTiTf 17 XfTCit MY . .11 .L. J
"", ") i tins. Jiniuur jiujouu w ine ine , uc rr,,."!! i. "-l Crem iu Dae.! Allen ba the rijit
eacu monm. manual above named uiMtown dflerKlants. and ii', insienu oi iaiui a m'! -. , w,ij .,. ,i,,. t.i v
Icetfan second Tuesday t mm red Jt defembrnts, John H. Me -!ed o.eitoard. ffce shot Jell 5.030 ' """- Hut while Was con
W. L, Oilier thinks that the idea of
victor Victor, See. J. iV Oliver, W, M.
I. O. 0. F. LODGE NO. 207
dure. William . UcCbirc John F ffl to It. boUom of ttc ocean. JIcDon " ;" every won 10 win inejiianuns Kua.nu along one ceruin line
M. Grcr. Gertrude M McDonald
McOurr, Sallie F. McGure. Carrie
Shakelford, James W, McQure, Daisj !
Fanne M. Matthew-, irg:l McQuitti
Lientx MiQuitty, Blanche L. Palmer
xt aid and Itamiltctt claini that this set' a Valley title she nould do well to leave , has been carried too far in the put few
. ! cei. dis'ancc record for putting tne'-hot. ib esstern invasion to the Comhuskers. t years. Students today need more wiik
aiung iniormaiionat tines rattier Uun
ipecialued courses Too many studons
he Iimis are very ignorant of the m.M
TRACK MEFT M.'.RCH IS
TIt date ct the annual Mi-oun ran-
Scleral charges were made in the Mm. comcon things.
ureed to attend. Vis-1 Smithto-i and F. L MrfM.,,,. ' " aE3.0",T1 .laUT L" C, .."?'. I m"aS of "" Valley Associa.
ftiag brethren welcome. GREETING- s" ' , , ' . tr ' j T "on held in Kanvxi Gl U" F'ida
Koy.Fowler. N. G. a F. Baker. See. . You are hereby notified that an J " Uhan th-K.t-VC indoor carnival. I The B, KluIe ,- h
VAMED Lars for winter storage.
lock buddiug. Pnone 1123 or 104a
MISSOURI CHAPTER ORDER OF DE
Resular Meeting, eiery TTedoesday.
7:30 p. m. Acacia Lodge Room, corner , ;ng and s'tuate in the Gty of Columbia
tr" "..' " '"' ' """er , lormerly the lown of Columbia, Mis
Kaer Vanice, Scribe, Beaton JL Lee. SL , mm-, ,E(! -m n.a.. ,-! ,.,
You are hereby notified that an action
cas been commenced aiaia.1 iou in the WES PIXS VALLEY
Drcuit Court of Boone Coon!?, Musojri HOPES ON BAsKETBiLL
atTeeting the title to the following de I JVs comes from Ames that the C)
wnbed lauds and tenements Iiing; be- clones after a somewhat doubtful foot
ball sea.cn, liaie turned their eyes to
haketball a the means of securing a
i alley' title tins year. Already Coach
Maurice Kent has started hard practice
- OIIDER OF PUBLICATION
fee J MUsuuiU
Jtm-7 of Boone, )
IsftiUrcut Court, la" vacation be-JOrcuit Court of Boone County,
" jnd known as Lots Nos. 207. 203, 213
. 214. 215. 16, 221. 222, 223 and 221 in tie -r.d Las dunned the varsitT souad down
defend such action; otberwite pUintiUrt ""-bia Cerretery in said c-t, w! L jp-riTt-en-ratn
petition will lie taken as confess and 'd actioa is returnable on lb--tir-id i- (.-4aiu Havry shepherd. -Pinky"
judgment rendered accordingly. of ' next jeedar terra ci U-s .r... ,u Ztftiu M Bovd. Bill Paige Porter.
A true copy from the record: l ,clJ at ,1,e CoXitt ll'ou, '" !uci jnd Hcubbird iiark the forward
"WITNESS my hand as clerk of theJV. m -ommnu. uoone ouir, ha auleiial Hut lias been sift-d from the
, Mis-' "T .wu.uii,
1 Jit-sn Term, 192L
LJ!.7an( and trace Tandy, Execnt J.. 0a;ce In Cnlnmhia. Mirmr5 iM. lrtit.
iu n " t will and tettsceal of fcy cf November, I920T
H. II T dy deicasol, plaintifTa. fli n ! pnTtAnn rr..l
'gainst (26413 I,. P Hnr
It uakaovn heirs, consort, devisee, , for PUT.
taees, abeaees or immediate, mesne irj.. insertion IWU 101
ct rcaale, voluntari or lnvolnntary j
tnatees of Louis Lardoise, deceased.)
I Joseph Story, deceased, of Charles! ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
lucts, deceased, of Abraham Barnes. State of Missouri)
itcatti, ef Joseph Magee, deceased.) ) ss.
cf TOiam iL Citt deceased, and of , County of Boom )
Irasan ltoberts, deceased, and the In the Circuit Coral, in va--aticii he i Ally. fr lifts.
aiiajw --.ort of Jesso Cophcr, de- fore January Term, 1921. t ii
tesol, ami of each cf them respective- F. R. Cunningham, plaintiff. - ji
ly, and all persons claiming, or who ' against (26162)
Bigot claim bv, throngh or under them s he unknown consorts. bir, devistes,
, JANLAR 3, 1921 thut) or fort) who firt reported. Kent
lurcwi umn oi ooone u-ounry, iiiis- .y ---...,. .. .,fc. ujj rr in) ib ni reporicu. nn , . . . r - -.-- me lonowing were-registereo zr ine
ouriand the seal of .aaid court. Done "'" "A !iere. " m:"r 'W' nnJ has -ejected Innes Memam and Bo) le !,",, ST umP,rr """""E Central Hotel ycterday: C J. Michel.
ISedalia, S. E. Cullon and IL S. Robin
son. St. Louts; Colon C Folks city;
answer or otherwise defcn.d sjtcli action; fr0!n tt- U-axi center material. Sev-
ituenrise piainUHs petition will be taken vr,ercM will liaadle the guard po-i-as'confesed
and Judgme-H rendered ao , (,. Willimaek, Currie and "White
tru ccpy from the record:
WITNESS mv Iiand as clrk of the
Circuit Court of Boone County, Mis
souri, and tie seal of said court. Do"e
at office fn Colcml.ia Missouri, tlis 20tb
Jay of Novemb-r, 1920.
(Seal) R. & POLLARD, Clerk
K. T. GejtTT,
aave previously received a letter in bas
ke'ball srd will be added t- by the re
turn cf Woodward, a former varity mau
who ecurd lus letter three years ago.
Pige aud Boid have been tlie out
standing stars to date and outside of
aptain SVpherd were the main scoring
i osits last ccturu Tl Iova State oi-
(rials are endeaio.ing to secure games
.rill tra.UfT n!la. K.f, iI.a ritl,.
WtrTn .. """ - - - " '""- ,.-..
" """" Vi .. Deputy vap. ,,, Th re a Vall-y ru'ing
-tiiguu j.t- t.jx,tX ijtj
TODAY'S HOTEL GUESTS
The following guots were registered
at the Athens Hotel yesterday: J. B.
Peton, T. S. Theissec, John W. Nuckles,
L F. Bent, and N. SL Friend, St. Louis;
T. F. Tucker, Jefferon Gty; A. L
i Spire", Gty; J. W. Shrine and .V. A.
j belaw sliows- the- changes which were
January 78 Arnes at Columbia.
January 14-13" Washington at Colum
bia'. January ,21-22 Oklohoma at Norman.
January Kansas at Columbia. j &:ttarU KaBSM Q j M anj
Febuary Wh.ngton atSL Louis.. c. GnKh chlC30. M & Pa!tsrwv
Pebuary-H-12 Kansas Aggies at Man- u, rese. Chamois; Bout Parker
t 1" , ,n r. , . . rd M,- n f'1". Colhnsville; M.
ultbu.alfM9 Drakeat Columbia V, 0Rear.i:p..ngfield: J IL Jlenorrck.
ff ."K'rJ' " " "vronc'- l-on. Jauesv.lle. ..s; T. SI. Howe. Mo
narch 4 Kana. Aggies at Columlia. I be,), . Phil Culbeilson. Joplin; and C
Tlie games will all be officiated by well t Catherton Mexico.
.... ...,. . v,g,o, me pop- t, fl,i,.,,inr . ,J,i,i -t it,-
Itn of the game, Edmonl and Sfmwn
running ,he four Kansas cames and
tli-nun .:- - r .!. r .. l
zz":::.r'0UIf:'mnv'mi w". .ui. am
As the schedule appears Slissouri be-1
gins and ends her season in Columbia.'
ptyiug ten games on the home court and
eight games on foreign courts.
Now is Ihe time to be thinking about
our Christmas gifts. In thisstore you
ill find gifts that he will appreciater
especially when it bears thq label of this
A suit, overcoat, traveling bag, house
coats, bath robes, hosier)', ties, and many
other things that we are especially show
ing this Christmas will make ideal pres
ents. They are presents that he will use.
Our store is in holiday attire and we
are ready for you to make your Christ
Remember there are just 16 more shop
ping days until Christmas.
"We hold no Clearance Sales. Wc
are Hatching the markets closely and any
reduction in any lines of merchandise '
that e carry our customers cart be as
sured that they uill-rraplhe-benefitf -
CLUB HOLDS OPEN HOUSE1
M. U. Foreign Students, Represent
ing 1G Nations, Entertain.
Tl . r t . . ...
ine uimupoutan uuti held open
iw enaer tl li-ern, aeienaants. t
. STATE OF SnSSOURr, to the
Ime,'iastfrl .nkcown defendants, .'
Ira Crelerebv n ucJ that aa action
leeea utrinenccd against yoa in the
: Court of Boone Cocatr Slissouri.
og the title to the foUowing de-
fcied lands and tenements lying, be-
and situate in Boone County, Mis-
I Be vest half of the southeast quar-
pot section eight (3), the east part of
t half of the southwest Quarter of
flection eight (8), that part of the
t bal of the northeast quarter of
Sus. fevea'ecn ll") that lies north j
it eej; cf e Columbia and Fay-
'Essd and tie e-st part of that part
tie east ha' ci tic nartcwest cjaar-,
1 a sa.d i seventeen (li) that!
'aotlr .1 tl ster of said load a !
PTsh, f it - r 149) Noith, Ranse J-
inesi Ue , of the FJth Pnn-,
lilVfdi beim -ne at a point (1) '
lie tea t ' the CJumbia and Fayette
L wr h I i decrees west 927 ft
faatuai. .) in tlir center of said
f I tad iu J je with a division fence i
i to be on the north and south tub-1
, .. i . . '
aonecs, alienees, unmnuztr, mesne or;
remote, loiuntary or involantan gran-vcu,coi1j;s8,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
-s a " wix-ai-si in n n n, ivti y gu nijt , ----
whhh ptrJuuits rtus'bot lliey hope it ! oti Satuida) evening at Uie Knigbu of
mil be repealed m the near futur-. Columbus Students' Home. Prof R. J.I
t.m:i hjs me. ucsi oi nonor. inci
'ciCLoyca FILL LOSE
EIGHT ZJ8SIT JE -
and of William Sapp, de
ceased; and of J. W. Sapp, deceased;
and of Sallie Colvin, deceased; and of
Fannie CoUj:, deceased, aad Dora
Cclvia, dceeifed; and cf Beverly Col
via. deceased, and of Mary Wells, de-
ceased, and of Jestie T. Colvin, de
ceased, and of Caroline SI Colnn,
deceased; and of Nancy C Colvin,
d-coased; Frank Foster, deceased, and
of llssmas Colvin. deceased; ora
Belle McC.irt, deceased : and of
Dame! Louis 'or Lewis) SleCarti, de
ceasi-d; and of Michael Senior. d
rrascd and each of them respertiieK
end all p-rsons under wncra they lioiau
and all persons claiming ly, tlirough
given in which students representing six
teen riaf onalitics took part.
Real Estate Transfers
chaperons were Professor and Sirs Ker-
nerTPruf. and Sirs J. E. Wrench, and
tees ot ?ebu!on W.spn, deceased, C-WisfiW?.V3r-- IT athMT vS a'. ,tArae. recenUv I DrtfUU J0' I he cIu ad,ier.
. .V A0"1' to3 "l! 6 theTirct t ,uil, m vacation icfote oed mne.een "V," to TntUx, of j -?i, " ?! d$ P,5dr,nT.red: Yl
rkiel Hcbis. .lerensed, and VlCar Jaauarr Tern 10'!. ,h f vrW tn,.r. ,uI TV. !. .S- "" b'oe' ia ,a blue andloTd, the club
T.rH frtivir. X-..-t ,u r.i ti,.L rrif i n pppm ti,.... . . ,.,.., " . i colors.
. .. . " ' s--.- i. uuun, riamtia. largest irnmrer t.-.ai nas Been picn cut n,T,n !.. . . .
ard Cohia. oeceased, ard of Sfarlellas aair fJRuni tJ Th r. .. .,t.,l ,,,) I .DjBg .?, s -a Pro8riua ?
Colnn. deceased; and of Joshua .Mils, The nnlhown Leir conrtrt-, devisees, freqnem nut iu: cis ccou-t for them.
deceased; and of Joshua Slits, dc-j dcnee, alienees or immediate, mesne Eight of the first strinj men were given
ceased; and of Luanda F. Shis, de-' or remote volun'jry or imolunury letters' f the kst yearxf their compc
ceased; and of Lucinda F. Slite, de-j oimlces of Fr-JericV A. Hamnton. de-',,. Cip-n Bcyd AUm loung. S. N.
ceased; and ot,Sarannoh SaPP, de--i oed. of bentanun Sharp deceased. T,ile, rj, VanderU lnd Hibbs wiU
ceased: and of Sarana Sarn. deceased- ol John . lrldeil, deceased, of Alex-1 l. - j i.. .t. -
. - .. "' ' ..,,. . .... .us- EK.IIJV mriii ..iirii inr uiacMce
anuer iiojgij -. ceccased. ot i.dward .. .ru v jtjh,
i . . t . ,trts 3"' I1" E .' and Bodwcll also
deceased, of Turn-r R. Haden !de-, mH n9' 3foc"r nnf ' m &t!'""" 'addition to &' Saturdi) from
cess-.! ot Hcrry T. Rairey. dee-ased. conMunN- Frarces SLSanford for $3000 Ta 1st
ef Felix G. Laforee, deceased, of Leon-1 .- ... -,--,.,, . '5 locatcd'-a Ue ccraer of Fifth and Ccr.
Ma. E Prowx. deceased, of Edgar Fi. , l"3 ) 23Tl0 ley Wt
lei, decc..d. of Jno JL Sancel, Trus-j Ta T!!E r0RS 'PIKERS' Cecrge S. Hall, eiecatcr for L. D
tee deceased, cf Jno. E. Johnso-!. de- "'f t; which appeared Hrt.sold 4L18 acres cf farm land 19
C.-3--1. of W. A. Stewart,,deceased. of 'B Hrt c. ic-ans 't - E-eMng SIis ,-ie Ec-.esjt. of, Coiuabia to Bess.-
Ambro-e Young. dceac, of Jno. M " re-eotli - 1 ic o-. the 'act JlaH fer SCWQ,,
i-mmL, deeeaeed, of Thos. Roland. e- sl"t Washington iv si.dr's b-' Jack larw asd his wifcuoM arlot oi
rca-ir, cf Hiram Philhos, deceased. of crni t" tue nl T'Iits," the Sextoa road liet-eeu Madisan street an!
Frank Wilcox, deceased, cf James C Ok'aha Dai!- sa Vrtb bie-!'iaiil t Jojin tjmpbell for
I lir, deceased, and of James IS. Ruckle ' " Wontine. to the -ifa Evening fSOO.
dceeascd, and of each of then, rcpect- Missonrian tlie sji-sem i Washngt-n
uelv, end all persons claim-ng, or who I nivorsity a'- o!"p-i ng t . Mag called '
mi.ht clii-n by, through or oa jet them. ' tt i,e ", ,n a i . B ' V '. .ret
or either cf them, defendants. , fir (,ff ., j., i m. ..' i . ' ...,, ,
Walter T. Ballepzer mirehased the!
southwestpiri of-lot 20 in the Uniiersily.
?l I-, ill I til f e. Pe-Ii,fsi"i7 C -ff i..y4is Ifrtrt
or under them or either of them and THE STATE Ot MISSOLTU, to the '
Wa laie of the noi-icast quarter ol i or enaer mem or eitrer oi item ana i-t -ii- w jiiauuu, w m ' ra 3B- eornecticB. Erenwnen the
section seventeen 17): .thence. Boone County. .Missouri, aeienasats. anojenaraca unncwa ceiecoanu, battle ended 21 to 14 no on in Souncr
&0 Je-, IS ramute. west 4.760 ' THE STATE OF SIISSOLRI. to the! CREETI.NG: ,,. u., u-.- i ,. ,nn, ,,,. ,
lb a comer fence Dost fn). taken for -bove r-nwl unknown defendants , .ou are hereby notified that an (-ctionj,. . , .. ,,..
.Ulfway point between 4e center of (GREETING. .tait cf ,, si Cty-
' -ion eight and the quarter sec-,, lou are nereoy eoudcu ina, an aeon ""- :T7:C77:::' The OUelioma Daii) is gi A.
corner on the? east side thereof ; i Has been commencea against )ou in tne -"r".'; "."'' "" i.C. L "' 'd before l-e name -Pikers" has
north 89V. degrees west (Sonrer j Ufnat t-ourt ol t-x,..e Uo-niy, -ii.soun, M-s-.'" ' "r1"1 ' Su Low, in
anectinc tno title to tae lonowing ae- rr- .. . . ; . . . '.' .. ' .-,n,i,., m . .l-.-.m-, ..- ...i .
-5103) 2137 feet to a point (2) on
'eat and west subdivision line of said
eight (8): thence south 0 de-
1J minutes east 3854 feet to a point
A . ... .- , tf I
if r.niM nl in. ixtiucauia uu
t Road thence, with the center o j
nsd ., th 7014 degrees east 541 J J
scribed lands and tenements lying, being
ind situate in Boone County, Slissouri,
Tlie South Thirty (30) acres,
Southeast Quarter of the Southea
ter of Section Twenty--eien
ri. towilt-A part of Lots .Number three' ""'" '" J derogatory sen-e and any
hundred and forty nine (319) and three
hundred and fifty (350), in the original
wiere )ou may appear and answer or
taken as con.
- u -n j--.'Three (3) acres, more or lets, bang tUi..Z .-. li fM, .u.-,. .11 - )-. lT-
KbCS I u. a point (5), south 65 -hat part cf the .neast U-aner ot tie 'n, of ,- o the Wabash rallroac. iJroe copy trora Lie record:
1 40 minutes east 737 teet to the --.. v---- ", "" "-- tnence soutnwaraiy along .aio rigat-oi. 1 -; - " '"- " " -"
ag. and cont.irun- two hundred '. 1 lies iwra ana i-k 01 cenier w,y ,0 - pointy teet north ot the south , i"" '-" -" v-mmr. -viiswuri.
. tritrti nnv rilr. fif (jnlnmrjia. jlit40nii.
. of thel , , , ,'.. . . ., , otherwise defend such action;
t Quar-' . . . ,. -. r. .,u f ,v. 1 PlainUffs petition will he
(Z7.: and'- ., , ' ,, ,, v,i, ,.Q tessed and judrtnent ren.tred
tmy acres- whiol. said action h re-f the old Ni-ivflle Road, and all of lme of J0t namber 319. thence west to , " the seal of said court Done at of.
ffilS YOU HARD!
Sloan' liniment should be kept
bandy faracheaamt palM
1,t" tt tIIY wait for a sererepain, an
y v 3bi Cf n Tutcuaiaua twinge iiu-
lowing expoaure, a sore muscle,
Kjatka, orlnmbago to make you quit
ork, when you should have Sloan's
Liniment handy to help curb It and
rFitioirt fubbin, for, it fautnlts,
Nctrtheratifyinff, dean .prompt relief
that follow. Scan f Lin brent cocldn't
keep iuraaoy thousands of friends the
lnitid over if it ch'dn't make good.
That's worta retnemberinf. Allarug
pati three tint the largest cbs
?taaofthi.courttobeheUatth foity-wren 47). JUnge thirteen tt4i; juoais retnrnaWe on the lust day 01 tne
House in the Cty of Colombia, waeo aaia acu --. u- ""i " "'X.' -.L
,.,.. - XTnsJnaY trst uav Ol ine neai rruiar irxia ci luu-ai uic svuii.?URtfnT mvr visr--sM-tu-
County, .Missouri, on HOJUA1, "'" .. . . i1 - .. .... rjl.,, MMOnt! MON.
ARY 3. 1921 when and where you 5. - - - IL 7C '" m vnAXIIAB Y 1 1MI. when and
".-Wear and answer or otherwise e u.y o. v-umm .. ,.,,,- - .
of November, 192.
(SSAL) R. S. POLLARD. Qerk
z-.-z-- Ily-Martorie QmniuiDerniT..t.i
J. E. Boggs.
Atly. for 1'lif. (La.t insertion Dec 14)
HT SPORTING GOODS l j
Bring Christmas Cheer ( Wjm ' J
3t America is a nation that loves to 'play- It pjlSB
fgjjfgi, likes the spirit of friendly contest and loes .svS 1 " 'Wi
pf tlie great outdoors. Tlie business man, pro- fl fB
Wi fessional man,, teacher and student need the ' vk !t-t t1
Spcy great outdoors. Hltflrfi Z" -a
feC Whether ) our friends or relatives like to O I' l '-jM
W&4M play golf biennis, baseball, football, Tiockey, I II S
W&jjrf basketball, or gvmnasium work we can order . JHiU "'W
- for them just tie athletic goods they want. 3 """Pi 1 JH
BM We represent the standard sporting goods 4 I WA ."f
WQM&L houses aatl stand behind every ordr sold. . j I itfl' '" S
L . the co-op ijm . j
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