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..i Esrgg; . . .'. . aa. fJL J - bul-JJI' mi
ARE EXPECTING BIG BUSH nd In glass cases there were toys, and
' ... , on tie Coor behind you jumping Jads
PostoffJco Employes Matt "Work pooled up at yon. Many ef the dolls
Longer Hours Next 'W'cei. I nerc mxjo entirely of rags, others wish
To ems: people Oui.injs ra-vns at 'a tis foundation end still otters with
least one day of rest frura their usual a twig foundation end still other with
wcik. But to Columbia Po toike em 'ra One c5ectiie brownie was con-
. J'loyes it oeans longer hour and in wed merely of tirifi and brown stock,
created work for three or fuu. i'"vs le-! i"P- A rag football placr held a little
More, and after the bit Ltlidr ad ptr-( leather footlvn ondr ' m; a wood-
. hapi a few Lours on duma ji if To j et lion stwl ready to leap on the unius
taadle the rush ts subs'Itu.. vffi tiM. nude rode arojnd the table
votl U the oSce hut lite number of ear-' n rollers a wire clown dicw a wheel
liert.will not be increased. Otc iking ' banow. "d a vicoden rabbit balanced
which will ,r,!.r .... t ,1- W.1 , himself with a putty weight. In the cor.
, cl-e i, that the heavme-s of the Christ- er t the students operated a hard
taas mail will partly b Matted b- the loom with winch, she as making a ba
fact that' the majority" of students will On another table painted luncheon acts
spend the holidays at home nd ' wffl displayed, i
nottbe retting i-mII fhrn.7!i :je CiI m- ' '
JMaJoEe. ' HOSPITAL TREATS
( Ther,e will be one deliver? on C.-V-'
tits Day and one on New Year T "
wt1! be the onlv iJhiists that -I ,
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 'it, 1920
MAX HAVE NOT PAID TAXES
Atttt January J Penalty- cf 1 Pcri Display Ad on Page 5 of this Unicjin Di'splsy Ad on Pate 5 of lliia fssue.
Cent Is Collected.
See Bible College Schedule of Cccrses
About 30 per cent of the taxpayers in
Boons County hare paid this year's tax
es, according to XL G. Proctor, county
collector. Soraeubcre near the same per
cent have paid their city taxes.
There are fourteen more da ivt which
tM n h naiil. After Jantxarr 1 a
penalty of I per cent a month mil betol- ( tj-c arc gratified at tho many expres
letted. Uioni of aocrecialion for our ellorta to
Sea Bible College Schedule of Course
WE CUT ""
TTTF PRTPF i Your Opportunity
.x AiAJ 1 lUJli u hcrt Prepare for a better po-
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T--- QIC HUIU. HIV 11-' i
ml ionday, WednesJar aru -i-!
Jaidt an cmplove toda- ' y- PF
will 'o their hoppin! nr c 3f a4-
nal! t' heir jrifts on Mort' -.
mall l r pfta on Nfoni-J'. T es la -!1 '
be light w 'oa' Wed-.efe aio rltv'!aT
ladgjeg freci jast yet" i '' ' '""Jt- .
ifany jn "opk J' m- ' r ' ' -'-
Thursiii amFrifi; f - '- jv -. pon
and aSa enSai ' ' ' 1- t
teived'en" "ttfls'ma' Ti Tu - 'i
will not le. ua o "J o' "-"
AKTCRAI T TOYS KXHIBITED
Clauses Di P'7 Phythige Which I
Admitted 1.C35 Patients
Fiscal Year of 1320.
Dnnng the year from December 1,
1919, to November 30, 1920. the number
T patieats admitted to the dtfercm
'tIs of Parker Memorial Hcpital w:s
' l6. Theee patients are known as m
- -Dts. Wnf a'tendrd in lh bosp'lal
fhe cre 612 tudents admitted as in-:
pMititts. 130 ojierations being performed I
In -he out patieft service, which i
naT up tTe!o vIy of suden!s, 6,106-,
al' hai- beei na-V. 1
1) ii mf the y -ar 425 complete exanu-1
jut rs ut. btcn made, lvd fmall
pox raccinationa and 76 typhoid vaccina
lions have been given.
The proportion of vifita of the men
to the women has been a little greater
than the ratio of University, attendance.,
Thirteen WIo Football Emblem.
Thirteen men who made the football
team of the Columbia High School are
being initiated todaj. The following re
ceived their Cs litis morning: William
Stevenson, Bob Cassidy, Cecil Coggins,
Cyril Coggin, James Armtead, Ijoral
Piatt, Reginal Underhill, Don Heibrl.
George Woodworthy .Maurice Wigbtinan.
Lloyd Stewart, llonard Evcrhart and For
et Wilhite. The initiation will be closed
fcith a C men's bancruet in the high
school cafeteria llii evening.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR BENT To young men: oie
well furnished room at 1319 vilon ae-
,.., t.1 . .r ll.f..- TTT.
tjeuuee tue uiu trusi vi uvuia. notu
people appreciate our efforts, as so many
have in this case, we are encouraged '-Ot
continue the lowest possible prices eon I
ustent with the liighot quality of pr
fSib and lorn poik chops, lb. ,20c'
Shoulder pork steaks and roasts, lb.
17 1 2e
Fmb side meat, lb. . .., 15e
Pure rork sausage, lb. 20e
This meat is from the choicest Bcoae
frtinttr liMr HT-iJi farmsr ti1 (IiIhiuh
, ivvwstsj iwj hv i iui . suu aiujjrr;ii
UIU una vu-iijj. rfiasfc U1C lUSil Tilly
silion. Ctfmbine a praeucol edu
cation with a literary one. Write,
call or phene for information.
School of Commerce
Cuitar Bld'g. Plion- 10$X
nue. Phone 413-Green.
cry nationality, queer little, which is two men students to each woa-
browniec cart . stenciled table runners
and luncheon " cre diplsvJ in
Hoom 100, Gn IT Building yesterday
This was net tl opening of a new toy
shop, although it rrsemb'ed that, but was
an exhibit of thi work dm-e by the artv
craft clastes in ae inda'trial arts
Toys were pret lominant,
To Boone County Trust Company.
The will of Joseph W. Langston pro
ride that one-third of his estate shall
go to the Boone County Trust Company,
as trustee for his granddaughter, Cordelia
I Turner, not In the Roane Oinntv Xalinnsi
On tables Bank as recently stated in the Missourian.
FRESI1 FRUITS and FRESH VEC
INCLUDmiG FRESH CELERY, CRAN
BERRIES,', end SWWET POTATOES.
JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
t- CHRISTMAS ORANGES.
' There s-6only -six ir,orc shopping
iloys until Christmas and ue uould sug
gest that pu bu) your fruit and nuts be
fore the IaM minute rush. -'V5ie-f .'JT'
" "-. Pbonc 375 1
FOR KENT Large front single room, t
;iOIJrtt.'Su - - .V93j
"JTAere qsaljr aid tanitatwn reijn
We Offer Speody Motor
cycle Delivery of Pint
Cartons of Hot,
YOlV CAN'T STUDY WHEN YOU 'ARE
V. DROWSY AND DULL '
DAINTY HOT HAM SANDWICHES, PIE
SMOKES, FRUIT AND CADDIES
DELIVERED AT YOUR DOOR-TONIGHT
- '-TO' HELP MAKE E'S WITH FASE
FOB. RENT Attractive hno well
furnished for rent during winter term
of Umrcraity (December 29 to Apnl
26). Low rent to responsible party who
will take good care of property. Coal
provided. 212 Hicks Avenuo (West
mount). Phone at once 1171-Rcd. J. H.
All Closed; Heated Cars
PHONE H55 i PHONE
RECREATION TAXICAB CO.
.- AH work sand no play made Jack a dull boy, says
, - the old iproverb. A quiet chat in" a Harris Booth
v - during "the night' before" will break the monotony i
nndfj'iverenewed clearness to your thought. Har
ris Sandwiches, Harris' Chili, and Harris' fountain
bervice please Uniersity jjeople always.
For "her" Christmas, a box of Dome's
L. O. E." (Utile of Everything! is the
most complete assortment of chocolates,
bon boas, sweet meats, and randied
fruits that we have in a single package.
Too, three and five-pound boii
Millard & Sisson
.CLOTH AiD SILK nrTTOSS
r Make the Bet Tnram.' as fot
' ' Dresses. Ve reaki- them for yw n
.lthe premises in all cnl ami Se
' ,. 'the same dav yoa umer.
L'TQtTSOV, Ladies' aiHT.
' JJiller XoUdi-s V ru dl
Check That Cold
Dr. Klaft'a New Disarray
soon breaks o cold and
t checks a cough
A SUDDEN dull snces-btff
feeihJR ia tie head and you Iiare
th beginning cf a hard cold. Get right
after it, just aasocn as the snilS
start, with Dr. King's hew Discovery.
For fifty years a standard remedy for
colds, coujh ami grippe.
You will soon notices ciicje for
the better. Has a conviman;, healinj;
taste that the kiddies like. Good for
croupy coughs. All drccgists, 60c
.and J1.20 a bottle.
Far ccZdS3nd coughs
Many a man las bees a fclhre ia
bssiness, tsaay a wt)3-aa a hr hece,
because cocsttpatna lias clcjjtj tie
uncle system, twtug tp p njona that
enervate and depress. l)r. Kmg'a
j'Hlj act nuldly and maka bovre'j au
ejlnriUy, Same old jinc, Z3 cc-t.
B Prompt-! "Wont Grins
MiM"""' '' in .'. i '.I'.
Residence Lots for Sale
Would you buy a nice, wcil located building lot now? Or, will jou
wait until spring opens np and pay more money? EtnMicg ill L" ckapcr
next season, and somebody i foing to have to build or h viitbout a home.
I have several choice lots which I am willing to sell very cheap if soli before
the first of the year. J. A. Stewart, Exchange National Bank Building.
GolderRule of Gift Buying
BUY YOUR GIFTS FOR THEM
AT THE CLASS OF STORE
., ; . YOU EXPECT THEM
J '" " ' TO BUY YOUR GIFTS
Gentlemen's Onyx Stone Rings. Something .new in a Gold-Encrusted
Initial Signet Ring. 15.
Ladies' Cameo Rings of all sizes and colors. Fine Dinner Rings.
88 to 335.
Ladies' Genuine Siberian Amytiest Rings. $6.50 to $25.
Baroque Pearl Rings. $6 to $12.
Synthetic Ruby Rings. $4.50 to $12.
Other rings with the foUowing sets: Topaz, Amythest, Blue, Golden
and White Sapphire Diamond Cluster Rings. $45 to $350.
Odd-Fellows and Masonic Rings. All sizes and degrees. $8 to $75.
Diamond Rings. Blue-White Rings, of all sizes. $20 to $2,000.
- Christmas Wi-SLfL
A Hosiery - &&!&&&
Stationer' is one of the most appropriate of all
Christmas gifts. It is tire one thing that can bo used the
entire year. Our gift boxes of stationery include fancy
A Fountain Pen or an Eversharp Pencil make fine
Scott's Book Shop
Land and Live Stock
-ATV . .
J. C. Hall and Paul Sexton, administrators of the es
tate of J. S. Sexton, deceased, will on Tuesday, December
28, J920, in Rocheport, Mo., sell to the highest bidder all
the farm lands, live stock and other personal property be
longing to said estate. The real estate consists of hvo good
farms, a boose and lot in Rocbepprt and several vacant lots.
Dne farm of 180 acres lying just across the creek from
Rocheport in Howard County, most of this land is -very fine
bottom and grows alfalfa successfuUy. The State Highway
hms through it .The other farm contains 120 acres, and
lies about 5 miles northeast of Rochdport in Boone County,
right'On the main road. The personal property consists of
about 50 bead of very choice pure-bred Angus cattle, work
horses, hogs, a. good" line of farm implements and feed of
every'kind, including a lot of Jine baled alfalfa hay grown
on the farm, timothy hay, 2000 bushels of corn, clover seed,
wheat, oats, etc
Here is an opportunity of a lifetimo; a more than
950,000 worth of property must go under the hammer with
out protection of any kind, in three hours' time. The real
estate will be sold in the forenoon. The tocrsonal property
in the afternoon, lunch at noon. Very liberal terms.
TbrTurther information, write
)'. A. STEWART, Sales Manager, Columbia,
Or-sec.MR. HALL,. at People's Bank, Rocheport, Missouri.
ur Xmas gifts' II
Ful and lasting
ieople write-r- 2
The Home of the ConUin
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