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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
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FOR SALE Dandy five-room house
villi bath and good grate; garage of
too can, paved. Hint, close to school,
$2,500 ith nnall payment down and bal
ance monUily. Ui.ner leaving town
Christmas. Plxm'S90-White. F-93
FOR RENTTo . ronn menr .
welMornialwTocaja-lJW Wilson ave-
.Jue.r HHraeW-Ctseitfi R.93
FOR'RENT-Large front alngle
FOR atLE-Wood, tut
CaU 1009, E. H. Cuilar.
FOR SALE Beat store wood and coal'
Prices reasonable, E. T. Kile, northeast
comer Sixth & Walnut Su. Phone
FOR RENT Attract! borne; wen-
furnished; for rent during winter term
of University (December 29 to April 26),
.Low rent to responsible party who will
tale good care of property. Coal pro
vided. 212 HicVs Avenue (VTestniount).
Phone at once 1171-Red. J. IL Cour
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Alpra Phi pin. Maggie Bell
engraved on back. Call 86V Reward.
LOST Pair of bror.-n lid gloves with
while Hitching Name and address of
owner on inside of each glove. Return
to Mifooiian Office and receive reward.
LOST Last week, tortoise shell glass
is. Reward. Phone -937-red. H-87tf.
"FOUND A strange motorcycle left
at 501 South Sxtb. St. The owner in
identifying the machine may have it by
paying lor Uus ad. M
FOR RENT-Three room. one-Talf
block from- Academic HalL 716 Gentry
riace. rnone lOlO-Whltn,, M92tf
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
girla, next semester. One block from
Campus' 5i2&5th St. Phone 1303-Red-
FOR RENT-Two large, newly fur
nUhed rooms. Upper classmen preferr
ed. .Across street from Agricultural cam
pua, 1113 University avenue. Phone
FOR-RENT Rooms fot; boys second
semester;- across 'street from academic
campus. 604 Conley avenue. B-86tf
FOR RENT-iNeiT semester, nice
large rooms for airls: sinrle KH 7nK
Missouri -Ave. Phone" 937-red. ' M.87if
FOR RENT Desirable room, for i,.
ried couples; also light housekeeping.
1217 E. Broadway, Phone 589.J-86tf
FOR RENT Furniahea rooms for ec
ond semester. 1104 Pauuin. Phone
GIRLS Room and board; hot watei
heated house and hot water at all times:
bath on each floor. 71S Hitt St. C.11
any tmie after 6 p. m. C-83tf
TAKEN Watch and chain from room
305 Commerce Building during examina
tion Friday morning; chain valuable as
keepsake. Anyone having information
regarding same please call 563-Red or
Mrs. Gailey, 305. G-92tf
TAKEN Person who by mistake took
sheepskin coat from Horticultural Build
ing can find owner at 1114 Paquin St.
rhone 1294-Hlack. S-95
SEWING .MACHINES REPAIRED
All work guaranteed. Examination free.
Alexander Brothers, 506 Broadway. Phone
493. - A-95
WANTED Repair work- on rubber
tires for go-carts and baby carriages.
Telephone 1314-BIack. N86tf
BOARD AND LODGING
FOR RENT Large, desirable, famish
ed rooms for light housekeeping; vacant
Janua-r 1. Close to West campus; two
Uucas aoutn of Broadway. Address E,
care of Missourian, II-95
FOR RENT One room, for girls, one
block front West Campus; at reasonable
price. Phone 824-BIack. K-91tf
ACACIA LODGE, No. 602, A F. A. JL
Monday evening, Decem
ber 20, at 7 o clock. First
degree. Stated comma-'
motion Tuesday even
ing, December 21. at
7:30, Third degree. Visitors Welcome.
ILT. Kempsier, W. M, J. M. Long. See.
Thilo Boilding. Hist and Broadway
No. 114, A. K. A. M.
Regular meetings second
snd fourth Tuesdays of
Victor Victor, Sec. E. Hawkins, W. M.
L O-O. F. LODGE NO. 207
Monday,' Dec 20;
First Degree. Mem
bers urged to attend.
Visiting brethren welcome.
Roy Fowler, N. C. B. F. Baker, Sec.
ORDER OP PUBLICATION
State of Missouri.)
County of Boone, )
In the Circuit Court, So vacation be
fore January Term, 1921.
M. M. Tandy and Crace Tandy, Execut
rix of the last will and testament of
IL IL Tandy, deceased, plaintiffs,
The unknown heirs, consort, devisees,
donees, alienees or immediate, mesne
or remote, voluntary or involuntary
grantees of Louis Lardoise, deceased,
of Joseph Story, deceased, of Charles
Lucas, deceased, of Abraham Barnes,
deceased, of Joseph Magee, deceased,
of William. M. Gitt deceased, sad of
Tro.nan Roberts, deceased and the
unknown consort of Jesse Copher, de
ceased, and of each of them respective
ly, and all persons claiming, or who
might claim by, through, or under them
or either of them, defendants.
THE STATE OF MISSOURI, to it.
above named unknown lefendanta,
You are hereby notified that an action
has been commenced against you in the
Circuit Court of Boone County, Missouri,
affecting the title to the following de
scribed lands and tenements lying, be
ing and situate in Boone County, Mis
The west half of the southeast quar
ter of section eight (8), the east part of
the east half of the southwest quarter of
said section eight (8), that part of the
west half of the northeast quarter of
section seventeen (17) that lies north
of th center of the Columbia and Fay
ette Road and the east part of that part
of the east half of the northwest quar
ter of aaid section seventeen (17J that
lies north, of the center of said road all
in township forty-nine (49) North, Range
fourteen (14) West of the Fifth Prin
cipal Meridian, beginning at a point (1)
in the center of the Columbia and Fayette
Road, north 64'i degrees west 927"i feet
from a stone (A) in the center of aaid
road, aid in line with a division fence
taken to be on the north and south sub
division line of the northeast quarter of
said section seventeen (17): thence
north 0 degrees IS minutes west 4,780
feet to a comer fence post (n), taken for
lie halfwaT poin between the center of
said section cjght and the quarter see
ition comer on the east side thereof;
thence north 89 degrees west (Surrey
No. 3105) 2437 teil to a point (2) on
the east and west subdivision line of aaid
section eight (8); thence south 0 de
vtm, ve. mtn(M , A4 feet ta a noint
(3) the center of the Columbia and
Fayette Road; thence, with the eenter.of
MISSOURI CHAPTER ORDER OF DE
Regular Meeting, every Wednesday,
oO p. m. Acacia .Lodge Room, cornet
Hitt and Broadwan' Visitors Welcome.
Kaer Vanice, Scrib&tBenton M. Lee; It
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aid roaJisouth 7054 degree east 5413
Teet toa poiM (4), south. 70 degrees
easr.l33S'.feetTo apoint (5), south 65
degrees 40 minutes 'east 737 feet to the
beginning, and 'containing two hundred
and forty acres; which, said action is re
turnable on the first day of the next reg
ular term of 'this court to be held at the
court house in the Cry of Columbia,
Boone County, Missouri, on MONDAY,
JANUARY 3, 1921 when and where you
may appear and answer or otherwise
defend such action; otherwise plaintiffs'
petition will be taken as confess and
judgment rendered accordingly.
A true copy from the record:
WITNESS my hand as clerk of the
Circuit Court of Boone County, Mis
souri, and the seal of- said court. Done
at office in Columbia, Missouri, this 18th
day of November, 1920.
(SeaLl R. S. POLLARD, Clerk.
Jas. E. Boggs,
Arty; for Plus.
(Last insertion December 19.)
f W)ER OF PUBLICATION
Slate of Missouri,)
County of Boone, )
In the Circuit Court, m vacation be
fore January Term, 192L ..,
Virgil M Harris, Jane H. Rogers, Mat
tie II. Hendrick and John W. Harris,
Sue McCIure, John H. McCIure, William
V. McCIure, John F. Mcdore, Sallie
F.-McClure, Carrie M. -Shakelford.
James W. McCIure, Daisy M. Greer,
Gertrude M. McDonald, Fannie M.
Matthews. Virgil MeQuitrr. Lientx Mc
Ouittr. Blanche L. Palmer. Montgom
err McCuHough. William A. Lientz
and the unknown heirs, consorts, de
riaees, donees, alienees and immediate,
mesne, remote, voluntary and invol
untary grantees of William McCIure,
deceased, and of M. P. .Lientx, de
ceased, and of Montgomery P. Uentz,
deceased. F. J. McCIure and The Co
lumbia Cemetery Association, a corpo
ration. The Trustees of the Town
Smithton and the Gty'of Columbia,
THE STATE OF MISSOURI to the
above named unknown defendants, and
non resident defendants. John If. Mc
dure, William V. McCIure, John F.
Mcaurt,.Salje F. McCIure, Carrie M.
ShakeMorrJ, James W. McCIure, Daisy
M. Greer, Gertrude M. McDonald.
Fannie M. Matthews, Virgil McQuitty,
Liens McQuitty, Blanche L Palmer,
Montgomery MeCullough, William A.
Lientz, The Trustees of the Town of
You are hereby 'notified that an action
has been commenced against you in the
Grcuit Court of Boone Countyv Missouri,
affecting the title to tlie following de
scribed lands' and tenements lying, be
ing'and aitoate in the Got' of Colombia;
formerly the Town of Columbia, -Missouri,
and in' Boone County, Missouri,
and known as Lets Nos. 207. 208, 213,
214, 215. 216, 221, 22i, 223 and 224 in the
lUGmbia Cemetery in said city; which
said action U returnable on the first day
of the next regular term of this court
to be held' at the Court House in the
Gty of Columbia", Boone County, Mis
souri, on MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 192L
when and where you may appear and
answer or otherwise" defend such action;,
otherwise plaintfnV petition will be taken
as confessed and judgment rendered ac
cordingly. A truo copy from the record:
WITNESS my hand as detk of the
Grcuit Court of Boone County, Mis
souri, and the seal of said court. Done
at office jn Columbia, Missouri, this 20th
day of November, 1930.
(Seal) . R. & POLLARD. Clerk'
N. T. Ctntry,
Atty. for PIfls.
MARJOinE QDrNN, Deputy.
(Last iusertion December 19.)
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Whereas by their deed of trust dated
the 24th day of July 1914, and recorded
A mortgage book 12S at page 151 in
the office of the recorder of deeds for
Boone County, Missouri, Hugh T. Wil
liams ami Gertrude Williams, his wife,
cornered to the undersigned trustee tbe
following described real estate, lying;
being and situate in the city of Colum
bia, county of lioone," and State of Mis
Lot number eighty-eight (83) in Con
fey and Perkins' subdivision of part of
Ceha J. Barkwell Farm, an Addition to
the Gty of Columbia, Miswuri, as per
the recorded plat thereof, filed in the
office ot the recorder of deeds within
and for Boone County, Missouri, and re
corded in plat number 2 at 'page number
24, in trust to secure the payment of a
certain promissory note in aaid deed of
trust fully described, and whereas de
fault has been made in the payment of
said promiswry note both principal and
interest, both principal and -interest, have
become due according to the terms of the
Whereas, I hare been requested by the
legal holder 'of said note to exercise the
power of sale in me vested by said deed
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given
that, in pursuance to the power invested
in me by eaid deed of trust, and pur
suant to the request of said legal holder
of said promissory note, I will on Fri
day, the 31st day of December, 192a
between the hours of nine o'clock in
the forenoon and five o'clock, in tie af
ternoon of said day, at the south front
door of the court house, in the city of
uolumbu, county of Boone, and slate
of Missouri, sell the above described real
estate at public, auction to the highest
bidder, to satisfy said note, interest and
costs of executing this trust.
JAMES W. SCHWABE,
Last insertion December 30.
In- the- Field of Sport
Jlepealiof be two-sport rule, at North-i
western University, was voted , recently
by the faculty athletic committee. -This
action will give the Northwestern team
a chancg for equal competition with, oth
er teams in the "Big Ten." With the. re
peal of the rule athletes may engage, in
as" miny sports as they feel 'qualified-for
instead uf being limited to two activities.
BOFLERS TO COMPETE
tOH $40,000 7.V PRIvES
BurrAto, Dc. 18. One thousand five
man teams from the United Slates,Can
ada and Mexico will compete for $40,
000 in prize money to be JiMr'lBotrd in
the 1921 American Bowling: .Congress
tournament, which is to be held here
February 28 to March 31. Secretary A
L. Langtry, of the A. B. G, at a recent
meeting" here, said be will obtain 600
teams" from the United States, Canida
and Mexico. Buffalo will 'probably sup
ply 40 teams. " j
Sixteen slleys will be in use dayand
right for the tournament. There is'great
enthusiasm all over the country, andjea
pecially in the West, for the tournament!
Langtry said. Chicago alone expels ta
furnish 1000 five-man teams, Langtry
on September 24, meeting both Middle-
bury College1 and Boston University.
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ILLINOIS NEXT FALL?
In a United. Press? dispatch the athletic
committee of' the University of Illinois
announced that its football schedule fof
next fall 'has beerr complefed by1 the
receipt of a contract Irom'the-Unlversity
of South Dakota for a game October 8,
1921. It wis tnls. date which, the' Illi
nois authorities offered to the Univers
ity of Missouri The1 only' other open
date on the Illinois schedule, November1
5, has been filled try the scheduling of i
game with DePauw University.
Z. C. Qevenger, director of athletics
received the communication from Illi
nois several days ago, but could not re.
ply definitely until action bad ben til'
en by the athletic committee of the Uni
versity. It was. generally understood;"
however, that the Missouri men in charge
of 'football did not favd? such a hard
game so early "in tbe season. There are
still three open1 dates ori the Tiger ached
ule for next fall. October 1 and 8 and
November 5. It Is eiD-cte.l that Wash.
Ingtonwill soon 'close a contract for
November 5. V
HARVARD SPORTS COST
OVER J6.00Q LAST YEAR
Allhocgh the 1920 football seasonnfai
unusually well attended at Harvard and
every game poured thousands'of dollars
into the Crimson coffers, the official re
port of the college year shows a loss of
$6343.44 in major and minor sports-.Tie
total expenditures were iuia ana
the receipts $16834.84. Football, which
!howed a profit cf $74,231.60 and haw
ball which made $12,486.76 were the only
snarls on the c-lus side of the. ledger.
Ten games tncladipg oneldoublehead
rr. are on Harvard's football schedule for
1921. A game with Perm State on Oct.
22 is still pending. Centre College has
been assigned to the October 29 dale.
which precedes the Princeton game by.
me week. Harvard will open this season
snd answer or otherwise defend such
action; otherwise plaintiff's, petition will
be taken as confessed and judgment
A true copy from the record: ,
WITNESS my hand as clerk ot the
circuit court of Boone County, Missouri,
and the seal ot said court. Lione at
office in Columbia, Missouri, this 27th
day of November, 1920.
(SeaL) R. S. POLLARD, ,Gerk ,
W. JL Dinwlddie,
iuy. Jor pM. "
MARJOR1E QUINN, Deputy.
Last Insertion Dec 27, 1920
'Jfioni" led by Craig'Ruby and Virgil Spur.
ling was.in progress when a visitor reach,
fd the gymnasium in quest of information
TrouT the "man in charze of Varsltv bo'ket.
LalL The tourney closing, with"Ruuyf
clan far in the lead, the question was
brought up "'
This Tigerbasletball sascn-will be
unlike previous ones, began Ruby, "in
that there Is the greatest abundance oi
natetiil that I, have seen here in sv
cral years. That is, 1 believe that wr
have a better rounded-out squad this
year than Missouri hus hid for some time.
I feel sure that any two of the four for-.
wards or four guards that are showing'
so well at present, would accomplish as
much in a Valley game as the other
two. I must admit that I have not yet
been' able to decide what line-up will
start against Ames shortly after Chritf
mas." "Will Wackher be slowed up any by
the injury to his ankle," was asked.
"No. answered Ruby "On the con
trary )ou will find that barring other
accidents he will be much surer of foot
this year, than last. You will recall that
Waclher was not put out of a game for
personal 'fouls until after the Oklahoma
series. It was in one o( these games
that he hurt his ankle. Slowed up by his
injury, he was unable to cover as touch
ground and; during the remainder of the
season' fouled quite, frequently. His
ankle will be stronger at the opening of
this season than it has been since early
last; seasonj-and f beb'ete we will
a faster Wackher than,eer. "Wackher,'
uiin njm, u me equal ot any confer
ence guard and I hope, he will receive
the attention he deserves In the All-Valley
selection this' season."
Coins; on, theTiger coach pointed out
that there are three capable guard card!
dates -who are fairly new at the game so
far a play with the Tigers is concerted.
Bunker, Varsity football -center, has been
vrorklrg most consistently. Ifis long
arms on defence and persistent drive on
offense, seem to he the cause for much
woe" when Bunker appears with the scrubs
against lpe- Varsity. Dave Thompson is
another roan whose work has been of rlhe
highest order. Campbell is also a strong
prospective guard candidate.'' Bunker
may substitute at times for Williams at
"I expect a great deal of John Knight
this year," continued the basketball
coach. ;HIs football experience seems
to have given him just what he needs to
be a letter man on a. Missouri team.. He
now knows when to jump in and break
up plays and is mixing it up much bet
ter than last year."
U. H. S. FRESHMAN CIRLS
jrm JN BASKETBALL.
The freshman girls basketball teani of
the Unjtersity High School defeated tbe
junior team by a score of 16 to, 9 in (he
opening, game, which was pla)ed yester
day afternoon. The following girls com.
posed the freshman team: Miss Frances
Miller. Miss Trehce Denhara. Miss Bea"
Ketcbem, .Miss Lois Hobart, Mis Joeai-j
maTyler'and Miss Ina Ruin Sapp. Tbe
following girls plated on the junior team:
Miss Esther Severance, Mbs Ruby Sand
ker, Miss Eunice Tajlor and 'Misr Jennie
JOURNALISTS ARE ACTIVE
Organ or TheU Big rnsrFM'Telhi of
Former M, U. Women.'
The January jiumber' it the' Matrix,
official organ of' Thefci''SgniarPhC hon
orary journalistic sorority, contains' an
article by Doris M. Ambler, a student in
the School of Journalism last rear. . on
TThe Country Newspaper as a Field; for
Women." Miss Amber is now working
on the Shenandoah (la.) .Sentinel-Post.'
In her article, which is'' written" In -a
beery enthusiastic style, Mlsf1 Amber
says thai the "back to the 'farm move-'
ment can as apttv be spoiled tdrthe jour
nalism field, where' the crops and profilaj
from the pen and the typewriter In the
country are of the same relation. 5h
fells over the opportunity for feature
witting in a, country setting.
In the same number of ths" Matrix is. a
paragrsph, telling of Mlssf .Mildred
Keogh's connection -with the publicity
stork of tbe American Red -Cross in Phil
adtlphia. Miss Sarah" Lock wood former-
I ly had tlu's position, buf was, forced to
resign on account of illness. Both young
wotnerr are formed students of th Uni
. rJsP',J , a-rf .. .-?-.-
booKexenange, which will 'be re-openedM
today' if las Y. JL t A, BuIdutjH
ami receive books until the end,of tbsf
your ic nnup sianeu ui. year,
and succeeded in selling $12S worth ol
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nfThe fair term. Til
" The exchange receives a small per-
eenvage which goes to pay for studest!
S.J- TIv v xt r s j ... .i j
""",,' , "" "" " room
in which the exchange is boused.
BOOKf EXCHANGE WILL OPEN
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Co-Operative Organization lYl M.
C. A. Bnilflg. ?
An example of co-operative organiia
tions among the students if seen in the?
December 22. Fail term ends at 12
ruilu s r... r. i
ti1,. " -""" program, u,
luabll' High School. ,
December 25. Municipal Chriitnu
December 25. Christmas services at
December 26. Christmas seriSces at
L December 28-29- Payment, of Uaivy
fUtTTfeglstration fees. Registrar's oSce.
' Uecemaer 30-31. Registration for the J
Janjwiry 7. Debate. Columbia High
SchooL,and Boonville High School'
January 7-8. Basketball, Missouri vs.
17-21 Fanner's Week.
January 18. Poultry'1 Show Boone
County Poultry Association
- January 19, 20, 21. Meeting ot Mis
souri Farm Bureau Federation.
. January 19-20. Musical revne. The
Passing Show," auspices St. .Mary's
t ; tt-
University Credit CoursesBible College of Missouri
The student will get, his Enrollment Card afthe JfiMe College-table" fn the Entrance hall of tbe Uni
versity Library and have it countersigned by the University Dean, and by the" Head of the Department through
which the course is credited. .
"3w. Fundamental Moral and Rtli$ious Valuer (Credit for Freshmen only.) An intensive study of
the character of Jesus, together with a consideration of important Christian convictions. (2) Sec I 8 Tt Th.
Sec. II 3 T. Th. ' ,
7w. Bible as Ltleratire I. The Historic. Epic, and Wisdom'tnaierials of tbe Bible. (2) 10 T.Th.
8w. Bible as Lileratire II. The Lyric, Prophetic and Apocalype"'al";ri1 of " BiH& & Hours
to be arranged. , f
The two preceding courses seek a knowledge of the contents, and an appreciation ot the beauty, vari
ety, and power of the Holy Scriptures as works ot litefary art.
106w. History o) the Hebreus. A study of the narrative portions of the Old Testament, and of
those elements of Hebrew racial experience which made this people so significant in the history of later times.
(3) 9 T. Th. and 8 S. " - .'
113w. The Socul Teachings o Jesus. An inductive study of the teachings of Jesus in their bearing
upon social questions with a direct application to the great social. problems of our time. (2) Sec L 8 T. Th.
Sec IL hours to be arranged.
116. Hebrew Language. (6) Three times per week through two 'semesters hours to be arranged.
121 w. Comparative Religion. A survey of the development of religion with' an examination of the
principal ethnic systems. (2) 2. T. Th.
122. Christian Ethics. Ancient and modem ethical ideals compared with the ideals of Jesus. (2)
159w. 'introduction to Religious Education. (Credited in the School of Education.) A 'study of"
principles and methodsWital in moral and religious training, and of institutions, for promotion of religious'
education. (21 Sec 1,4 T. Th.; Sec II. 10 W.'F.
New Testament Creek. Review of Crammar, and readings in John and Revelation. (3) Hours to
be arranged. n
For further information see G. D. EDWARDS, Dean.
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
Slate of Missouri)
County of Boont )
In the Grcuit Court, -in vacation be
tore January Term, 1921.
F. R. Cunningium, plaintiff.
against ' (26462)
The unknown consorts, heirs, devisees,
donees, alienees, immediate, mesne or
remote, voluntary or involuntary gran
tees of Zebulon BWiggin,( deceased;
Ceorge A. Johnson, deceased; and of
Ezeliel Hobbs. deceased; and of Gar
land Colvin, deceased; and of Rich
ard Colvin, deceased; and of Martellus
Colvin, deceased; and of Joshua Mils,
deceased; and of Joshua Mize, de
ceased; and of Lucinda F. Mils, de
ceased; and of Lucinda F. Mize, de-
ceascu; auu ui avannon capp, ue I
ceased; and of Sarana Sapp. deceased; I
and of William Sapp, de
ceased; and of J. W Sapp, deceased
and of Sallie Colvin, deceased; and of
Fannie Colvin, deceased; and Dora
Colvin, deceased; and of Beverly Col
vin, deceased; and of Mary Wells, de
ceased; nnd of Jessie T. Colvin. de
ceased; and of Caroline M. Colvin,
deceased; and of Nancy G Colvin,
deceased"; Frank FosteTj deceased; and
of Thomas Colvin, deceased; Nora
Belle McCarty, deceased; and of
Daniel Liuis (or Lewis) McCarty, de
ceased; and of Michael Senior, de
ceased; and each of them respectively,
and all persons under whom they claim,
and all persons claiming by, through
or under them or either of them and
Boone County, Missouri, defendants.
THE STATE OF MISSOURI", tS the
above named unknown defendants,
You are -hereby-notified that an action
has been commenced against you injthe'
Grcuit Court of BooneTCounry, Missouri,
affecting the title to the following, de
scribed lands and tenements lying, being
and situate in Boone County, Missouri
The South Thirty (30) acres, of the
Southeast Quarter -of the Southeast Quar
ter of Section Twenty-seven (27); and
Three (3) acres, more or less, being all
that part of the Northeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter of Section Thirty-four
(34), that lies-North and East of center
of the old Nashville Road, and all of
the above described land in Township
forty-seven (47), Range Thirteen 413)
which said action is returnable on the
first day of the next regular term of this
court to be held at the Court House in
ill lttV t.t f,1nm1i RnnA fVnnTw
Missouri, on MONDAY, JANUARY i,
$1.50 WiU SAVE a LIFE for One Month
A cablegram from Admiral Tsai Ting Kan, Director General of the- Chi
nese Red Cross; tells in plain, graphic words the story of the greatest
famine China-has ever experienced. .", J .
'. PEKING, CHINA, NOVEMBER 16, 1920. - :'''' "i
. . " FAMINE AFFECTS FIVE NORTHERN PROVINCES. FIFTY MIL- -
".' LION PEOPLE INVOLVED. TWENTY MILLION? STARVING. MANY
DYING OF COLD AND HUNGER. WHOLE DISTRICTS LIVING ON
LEAVES AND WEEDS. SELLING OR DROWNING CHILDREN. WHOLE
FAMILIES COMMITTING SUICIDE. OLD KILL THEMSELVES" LEAV- -,' -TNO-YnnNfiFR
TO .SEEK.FOOD IN OTHER PROVINCES. CHILDREN ' '
SUFFER MOST. GOVERNMENT EXERCISING GREAT EFFORTS TO ' ''
.''- COPE WITH DISTRESS. CALAMITY SO COLOSSAL IT IS DIFFICULT
TO SECURE FUNDS FOR ADEQUATE RELIEF. REQUIRE TWO HUN- .,.-.
. DRED MILLION DOLLARS. EPIDEMIC FEARDED NEXT SPRING.
(SIGNED) TSIATING KAN
Columbians Christmas season has started. This year Christmas brings a Jriew mean
ing to "Peace on Earth Good Will Towards Men." In China they are having no Christ- ;
mas dinners. " They are struggling to get enough fodd to keep them alive" The'price of
one square meal in .Columbia is enough to keep a-person alive for a month in the famine
district of China. For $1.50 iff American money a Starving child might b fed for four
weeks. There are few people in-Columbia who cannbt spare that much or much" more" '
for so' human a cause. While' Columioia- revels iff the jollity of her Christmas itfeity-malc-ing-her
Christmas spirit is being tested: In the ndme of starving Ghina,The Evening ;
Missourian asks you-to help. ' ? ;;
All of the money which is sent to the Columbia Evening Missourian for
... "China's FamineTund" will be. sent direct to1 Charles R. Crane,, itmerican
fed is one
.. Minister to Chinaa-atrPeking, China.
' Checks shoulffbe madg payable to -"China's Y2sxaYiSiSSt.
, the'Cblumbia Evenin'g Missourian. Every contribution- wfllbepubll
lmowledged1 through the colunmsof tfteMissoUriaff: -
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