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ilTTTT IT OATT?
catcs Also Sold.
SV Campaign Under Auspices of. Um LuciHy Simmon sarrivcd Friday
k Missouri Tuberculosis As- 'T 'J1 ? J? "
.. -,.-. parents, the Kev. ana Jtij-W. A. Sim-
sociation Certui- O0"nir "" .' 4 v
t Jhss wauys liofoens uirccung
.!! cnn - ir
j OOilcuurs ju H'r vcm ui
Funds Go to Local Or-
"Won't you please buy a Christnnsi
seal? They're only a penny," email boy;
and girls ere asVing GdumLia residents.
The annual sale of GirMmas seals 'wi
der the auspices of the Missouri Tuber
culosis Association will continue until
December 23, Bonds may be bought Jor
5, ecrtificates for ?2 and the seals foTl
tent each. "
"We hope lliat organiialiorts will buy
bonds," said. Miss Glad7s Roberts wlvj
is dircting tlte sale in Columbia. "Fra
emities, both professional end social.
lodges, churches and oilier 6rsjsnUatIr.s
are being solicited. '
The sale is going so well ihat.more.
feals and buttons haveibeen ordered from
C headquarl ts, according to -liss Roberts.
5. Pupils at the University Qementary
school sold 3,500 in one day.JTom uoung
has been awarded a gold .shield fop sell
ins 500 seals. Twciitv-four children have
sold 100 or mon , and have received the
,I"cd Cros as an honor Judge.
The Campfire tills, under the piarJ
ianship of Mrs. 0. It. Johnson, haveisoU
$30 north of the seals. Some of the
prls have not yet reached their rjueta,
according to Mrs. Johnson.
CHARITY SOCIETV AIDS
The Giristmas Tubercidnsis als Imi
talen the phfee of the Red Cross" seals
sold in former jears. A ihe'fled uwi
work became tk romplicared, the work
cf staropinff out the' whitetdagu -was
turned over to the present asoeiation.
Columbia's Charily Organization So
ciety combines ' the tnberculubis work
with other relief wort under its Iteelih
committee- Mrs. J. TV. Inn? is chairman
of the committee, and Mrs. P". L. flirshe
and Dr. A. W. Taylor are members. Onc
hall of the money raised, in Column's
from the seal saleafler, ejpenscj pj jhe
campaign are paid, will go o'rhc Char
ity Organisation Society.
TWinninc Monday .arable Vol' btt
placed in the poAotJccC .. ?"i. .j .5 X
"l want to emphasize the sale, of bonds
and; certiucsles,"N Sliss Roberts said.
"SometimeiHypTe (Jolft'frajf-e't'ie good
which comes from this expenditure. The
souri has ilw'jh4$K'.f&rTtv,'fl
H5 HttPEn WITH StMTARY CONDITION
"The association has reduced the num
ber of deaths frrm.tuberculnsis in the
entire state, from 5.113 in 1911, to 3.616
in 1919. According to its statistics, this
is a saving of J22JO0.O0O. It has in
stalled schoo! norse senice and the phy
sical examination of school children. It
lias procured the passage of progresfj
lwalth legislation, ineludin? laws for't
establislunent of county tuberculosis fios
pitals, viitin; nurse service, sanitary eon,-
cilions tn ztnc mines, reouirtng exami
nation of water stipph'es, etc Beside
the establishment of open-air schools
and nieht and dar schools for iheiiber
cular, it has given instruction and'ccn-vj
, . , ,1 : ..t i.i.-:i,r.
aucieu wiuc cnropaigua u puwti- .
The importance of 'he -fork ;."banc
done by the Tuberculosis AssociatSon'isl
now recotnual liy evoerti cvcrywlierc
Doctor MUler lias recently feceiteii high.
praise and commendation jfyonults
achieved. These rtsulls Afej-ineaured
not only by the decreased dJaA ritJ hot
by the educational work Cone' among
school children. 1 ubercuVfyfi oner
thought to 1 hereditary, f'liiw ijiown
to be hi;ldy contagious, aninno" tough
training in prevention canijU'Jpreld' be
checked. ,' 'J
Many of the Western stsiesfarQ "Bend-in-
out warnings that thev jwij) (Jief wel
come tub ,-cnlosis patientsmyjiS hnger.
A ehanee of rlimatc. onceitfloughLfO es
sential lo the cure of llijldisease, has
been proved to be unnecp-sarj p the
BroDer care is cnen at- flie patients
home, This is wha, the TubWcoWp As-
sociation is teaching
Miss Eunice V. Sapp Here.
Miss Eunice V. Sapp, vbo tenches
rStT luTWeVend visitins a, teWS E?s, 69.hS.ree,
home on Sexton road. v
See Uible Uollege scneauie 01 i-ouiscs (
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Gimplete sales campaigns with adverti-'
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K. .Harmon of (lie IJnivcrsily of Mis-
soiiri.is liere Ioing,praitiiclilngin-
ucr 11 uicrvjsjoa 01 X70I. J. W. Wnit-
Miss Leona Zimmerman arrived home
Frlili) 1 evening lospeadthe Christmas
vacation. , . '
William AQick, of Kemper, and Roy
Hiilerson, wlio recently returned from
the West, -.jsitcdjhe'lJgTi school Friday
Miss Anita Daly of Colombia is. visit.
here as .Hie guest of Miss Linnie
t fi a.
Miss Mary Moffcrt, wha is a jstudent
at Ceatial Oiiege,- FairtfrS eVpeCteil
bojac. Saturday fora visk-fcitlilier-par-
Mrs. "John Berlsis "rSfiRHing "rapidly
from her recent illness.
The sophomore class of tlw high school
gave a program in the school auditorium
Wednesday evening, ',
Roy Curtis of Kirksvilfe visited iYimis!
here -Thursday and Friday.
MLss Mary; Rrowii, rfrSynotrafcCoJ
lege, is expected lioine to spend the week
end with her parents, "Mr. ""d Mrs. S.
hallsville news t
The students of the Hallsville .Hiah
Scjiaol will give an operetta, "The Belles
of Fol-de-rol," and a one-act comedy,
"The Burglar," nest Thursday. An ad
mission fee of thirty five cenlfv.for
adults and twenty centa for children wjll
be charged. i
Mrs. J. W. Elkin was'iri Columbia
Wednesday on a shopping "trip.
Th Rev. and Mrs. A. Jones re
turned to their homc'inTMoborly Wed
nesday alter visiting Inmds in llalls-.ille-
Mrs. John Hall and son, Elgin, vrrr
ing Hallsvil'r Thursday.
Mrs. B. A. Berry., was. shupingun Cok
umbia Thursday. "'"" "
Robert Frink aud-jRa'ph 3kin werej
Jn Xentrglia Wrdneadiy. yibnsis.
Mis. W. H. Point is recovering from
an attack of pneumonia.
The Hallsville grade school will give
-"-atirwssin: ftv."f- GsMs-wi'l'b".af:e'k'f
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson will
move to Carthage, lib, Tuesday.
Jesse Uunton, wlio reccnllyi had .anat-
tack of influenza, has rltnsjgygebf!;
A Iwrse driven by HMty!alr Was
idly-Injured TharsuaWRoVirilRtwIiCtT it
UiefM-lVl frar I&ivmi -OT 'J..-W.
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502 Pine $tree.
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Tw6;StpneMark Old Prison
1 . Bounds For Columbia Debtors
In the present day it is-comparatively
easy to get by" with bang carelesa in
regard to monetarv affairs. A retson
may own-a' few debts Jet there is still
no tciuse for a great amount of worry,
according to a philisopny of some; ' If
the debt is small, especially, there is
Wiling much that a person usually does
lo rolfrrr iL However in earlv daVS. the
situation was slightly different from wto
it is today. 1 he rule then was, -pay jour
debts or 41 to prjor," and the great ma
jority of the people lived -nitla strict 'ac
cordance to tliis rule
At a little later date the rule was maile
so that I person had a certain bound' in
the close neigliborhooJ' of the' jail ( in
wliich he was free to roam if he could
produce the spcci6ed amount of bond; to
the creditor's satisfaction. '
Proof that this' Jaw odcoJ. held swayj in
'Columbia Ss fon'nd n' the'shape of two
stones which once narked the bounds of
the prison at that time.
Under the laws cf the United States
then persons who could not or Would
hot pay their debts- were seized and
thrown into prison and kept there until
the debt was paid. In 1806 the provi
sion was made that the prison bounds be
extended and the limits be marked with
posts. Arrested persons, who could "fur
nish bond to -the satisfaction of the cred-
itor, ?nd securities twice Ite .amount
wliich he was supposed to pay, were free
to roam in these bounds as they wished.
NOTICE, MEN!" -R.
O. T. C students leaving school may
sill their cldtjilng receipts to C C Tuck
er or Norris basapson, 1211 E. Broadwa),
Plione 66. '
The best Christmas present yuU'Can
possibly give your family is the guaran
tee ' backed up by the- New York, Lifo
that Santa Gaps will always visitlyour
home as these happy, seasons recur even
tlio," Dad's chair may be vacant.
W, C. Slephenon will be glad, to show
vou more about mis contract. Adv. S58
Whcreas( BcVie Palmer and Roy
Palmer, her husbarul. did. by their cer
tain deed of tru-4 dated the 2Sth day of
August. 1920, and recorded in the oEce
of the Recorder of Deds of Boone Coun
ty, Missouri, in Mortgage" Book Number
1 17 and at Page 275, ronvey to the- tin
dcrsigneil, Rusj-el E. Holloway, as trus
tee, the following described real estate
situated and located in Boone County.
jliVouri ana described kasitouoWs, to-
Ninety (90) acres, more or Jess, the
ti-est, , half .of- (he northwest l ltirn.al
tpJarter-of 'Sectiori seven fV);'fri Town-
dredllis (o2.1d, acres, mere or less, the
east part of the south half of the north
east quarter of Section Twelve tl2) in
Township forty-nine tW), Range Tliir-
JTcraituiK, trunks, umbrellas; dabrs aral
-windows; door locks, rubber tires for go
carts and baby carriages also iw" fil
ing. All work promptly dine; auto ser
vice. Ailworth & Northup:
100 Dorscy St. Telephone 1314-Biack
J ohnston Bros.
' ! WISH-BONE "'
THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIANVl SATURDAY, DECEMBER
They could not go outside under any
On May 26 the first prison bound for
a jail in .Columbia was laid out. Post's
were used at first to mark these bounds.
Later, in 1337. the posts were superseded
by stones. The survey began at an old
jail which then stood near the northeast
comer of, the present Courthouse. The
bounds consisted of exactly twenty-two
and a half acres with the jail in the cen
ter. Commencing at the point just in
side the corner of Sixth and Broadwav,
then cast to the site of an intermediate
marling stone, set in the curbing on the
east side or Guitar street, still east to an
eld stone house and north to Paik av
nue and along the original north boun
dary line of the town to a point due north
of the beginning, then south to the point
of the beginning.
, Any person imprisoned for debt could
have tht freedom of these bounds. If
a house happened to be in the line of
dinMen it was theoretically cut In two.
A person could have tbe freedom of half
the house but he could not enter the
4ther side of the house. Such a case as
this wns known here in which a debtor
lived in a house situated on thy dividing
line of the bound, lie was alloyed to
lire in one half i his house but i.e 'could
not enter the other feart. '-?
This law was abolished fronTthe Unit'
cd.Sutes in 1833 but it was not given-up
in Missouri until lalo. 1
teen (13), described, as follows
ginning 23.07 3-4 eliains east of the soutli-
tt corner thereof j 'iLcnce east. t!
cnains, stnCre orslcss,"to ihe. sontheast
corner cf said south bilf Jlf'tho north-.!
east quarter;, thence north 15 tluiri
(hence west 17 chains, more or less, to
a point 22.90 chains, east ol live west
fine of, said nutiui,t rtuBrrter,' Mhcc
south-3124 phaisf athbi3rmuuUJ
,.Suject't6nnMnferiur to U 'dcsijltof
trust refolded at bock 113 paije 1G of
we vtted-Cf trust records -of Boo.ne
Ovunh;' Missouri and the dand herein
meant 'to be 'Conveyed is the same land
as described in' said prior deed of trut,
which said conveyance was mads-in truli
tn secure. the pavmefit cf a certain pro;
rni?sory note in said deed described, and
whereas, said note remains due and un
paid, default'fuving been made in the
payment theicof, now, therefore, 1, the
undersigned RusmI E. Holloway, trustee,
at the requo-t of tlio. legal holder of 'raid
note; in pursuance of tlio proviions of
Si(k deed if trust, will, on Thursday,
tl-e 20th day of January, 1921 between
the 'hours of nine o'clock a. m. and five
o'clndk p. -rn--(f-.lhit ttay, at. the isiuth
front, door of ijie.fcoprtnose of B-wne
Cnujty, Missouri, at Colambia.MisUnri,
srjl the above des-ribed property In'tiie
eiialft bidder for cash to satisfy said
- (SgnedV RUSPEL E. HOLLOWAY,
k "Say It
News of Columbia 'Society'
(Miss Ella Frail, society editor. Kill
appreciate It if you Kill telephone' so
ciety items between 11 and 12 ocloch.
One of the most popular events of the
school yur at Christian College is the
Christmai. dinner which is given annually
by the senior class to the juniors and
members of the faculty. With the sing
ing or "Holy Night" by a sextette of
girls including. Miss Lucille Richardson,
Miss -Pauline Ixiphine, Mis4 Lncule Dyer,
Miss Viola Bracket!, Miss Eula Penn
Wheat ml Mrs. Anna Froman, the 1920.
Christmas dinner began at 6 o clock 'pn
Wednesday evening in the- college dining
'TinyiiClirislma trees, paper chimneys,
holly and candles decorated the labjcj-,.
ta senior table occupying ihc center of
the room with the class colors, green .an
white, used as the color scheme. In the
absence df Miss Lucille Mingejs, Miss.
Rosebud White acted as class president
for the seniors. '
The short course students will cive a
.banquet or the short course men wha-
will be graduated this term, at 7:30
H'clock tonight in the Kiiiehts of Colum
bus Students Horn. There will be (lanc-
Ving. a program and games after the ban.
quel. About one hundred and fifty are!
Dcand Mrs.CeoT?e Lefevre will leave
Oetember 26 for St Louis lo .visit .Mr.
"and Jlrs. C-11. Blackburn,
Mn'and Jilrs. Astiary Roberts, of Oifar-
KiajUwiH arrive December 4!4-t tSpemlJ
Ibe holidavs with Mrs. Iiubert3 Parent.
TnalSir. and Mr. J. H.. Light aevtofvmaryv
jo The members of the Senior, class. sof
'trie' University High booi" entertained
i:n 1 .iv
lit jffjsi&W'ifi i'i"M.M I u;tilc ii'- ' '' -(
Wm Catch ttc c"','4"7",5 sP'rit "P in i
lM the brisjil sKirkles of a pure wlfic. U
Kb Whether it is a ring, a brooclt or fgn
B' 8 a necklace tie have it. Raj
m GEERY'S. I
"?m. Jewelry Store JM
First class workmanship and
prompt service guaranieeu.
Wq'rk called for and delivered
without extra charge.
810 Broadway Phone 315
life Hathman and Son
ivr .i, M nnfifv onr friends and
customers we have mov-ed our res
taurant to 807 Ash St, just cast 01
where we were. Quick meals and
JACK DAILY'S SERVICE
4 Suits- Xfcde-to-Measure
: aeaninR Pressing Altering
' ' ' ' Phone 13
Boone Co. Nt'l. Bank Bldg.
the faculty members and the lower class
men with a Chri'tmas party last evening
at the school. The rooms were decorated
with red and green crepe paper and a
large cedar tree was; used to carry out
the .Yule Tida decorations. Jokes and
games followed by the distribution of
presents occupied the evening.
Misses Gladys Tandy and Mary Cor.
don Evans will entertain Monday even
ing. Dec. 7 with an informal dance at
the 1'j Kappa Alpha fraternity house.
Miss Grace Truman Tandy, 1407 1
fcasi proauvvay, ..will ,rnlerltin .b-
day,afterppon, D.-c 22 with a card party
for Mies Sara Ann Wheeler of Qucazo
I who will come to spend the holidays with"!
her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jlenry
Wheeler, 1406 East Broadway.
1 , : -.
Miss Sara Ann Wheeler'will arrive1 the
first of the week for a vi.it with her
graadp3rerls, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wheel
er, 1405 East Broadway.
Mrs. Ora Van Pell. stite vice-rrcsi-
dent of the Rebekah Ludze arrived tliis
afternoon to help in jbi installation of
the Woodlandville Reekas Lodge. While
in Columbia she will be aguest of Mrs.
Tom FjckUn, 703 Hickman avenue.
Is here. Prepare for a better po- 1
sitiun. Combine a practical edu
cation with a literary one. Write,
call of plione for information. -
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Land and Live Stock
J. C. Hall and Paul Sexton, administrators ofJlhe es
tate ot J. S. Sexton, deceased,Mvill'pn Tuesday, December
28, 1920, in Rocheport, Mo., sel( to the highest bidder all
die fann lands, live stock and other personal property be
longing to said estate. Tlte real estate consists of twooo'd ,
farms, a house and Jol'in Rocheport and several vacant lots
One farm, of 180 acres lying justvacross the creek from
Rocheport in Howard County, most of this land is very fine
bottom and grows alfalfa successfully. .The State-Ilighway
runs through it. The other fann 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 head of very choice pure-bre"d Angus cattle, work
horses, hogs, a good line of farm implements and feed of
every kind, including a lot of fine baled alfalfa hay grown
on the farm, timothy hay, 2000 bushels of.com, clover seed,
wheat, oats, etc.
Here is an opportunity of ajlifctime; as more titan
$50,000 worth of property must go under the hammer vrjdi-''
pu pj-otecjipji of any kind1, in hree. hours' tim'ei Tjte ral
estate will be sold in the forenoon., Tjjo. fcersonal propertyi
irt. tlte afternoon, lunch at noon. Very liberal -lermsv im-
For iurllier infonnation, write . r'k.t
l J. A. STEW AuT, Sales'Managcr,. Columbia, -
i'Or scr,MRl:HALL, at People's
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