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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2l,- 1920
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JIalf a Cnt a Word. a Bar.
FOR SALE Wood, cut
Call 1009, E. IL Guitar.
I FOI! HEiNT Tht-e rooms, one-hall
-Work from Academic HalL 716 Centry
lengm. i-jace. 1'iwne 1010-Whiie. M,f
DEATH RATE IN
LEVEL IN U.S.
FOlt KENT Tim (urni.fir.1 r.-,.. Ur
..i. , . . 1 . . - -
,UK sau-isi oe oou ana coal. -girl.., neit semester. One block from
Prices reasonable. E. T. Kile, northeast, Campua 512 S. Sih St. Plione 1303
comer Sixth S. Walnut Sta. Phone Red. m A 01 if
JTS-Black. K 96
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Interscholastic Meet JleJaL
Owner may obtain tame at Mksonrian
office upon identification of property
md paying for this ad. F-9M
TAKEN "Will the person who took
brown overcoat from Commerce Building
between hours of 8 and 10 -Saturday re
lorn same to Missourian office. No
questions a -led. P 94
LOST Large lynx fur collar piece.
Libtral reward. Return to 309 S. 5th St.
or phone 1252 white. A 9-1
LOST Last week, tortoise shell glass
3. Reward. Phone 937-reJ. ll-87tf.
TAKEN Person who by mistake took
hrcpskin coat from Horticultural Build-
jag n fnl owner at 1114 Paquin St.
Phone 129miaclc S-95
i-UK HENT-rFirst floor, desirable
room for ladies. 405 Matthew. Phone
FOR RENT Rooms for boys for win
ter term. 105 South 6th St. B-5
"il liui-flat semester, mr
large rooms for girls; single beds. 706
.Missouri Ave. Phone 937 red. M-87lf
FOR RENT Desirable rooms fur mar.
ried couples; also light housekeeping
1217 K Broadway. Phone 589. J.86tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for sec.
ond semester. 1104 Panmn. Pl.n.
SEWING MILIUMS REPAIRED
All work, trcranleeil. Examination f.ce.
Alexander Br tliers, 506- Broadway. Phoce
MX A 95
WANTED Repair work, on to rubber I
tires for go-carls ani babvearnagev
Telephone 1314-BJack. N-86tf
BOARD AND LODGING
FOR REN Some good rooms for
girls. Apply 817 Rollins, Phone! 1003.
FOR RENT Large, dcurable, furnish
ed rooms for light liousekeeping; vacant
Januarr L Close to West campus; two
Lkj.-i worn ol .Broadway. Address E,
rare of Missourian. 11 95
FOR RENT One room, for girls, one
block from West Campus; at reasonable
price. Phone 82Hllack. K.91tl
FOR RENT Desirable, fijnihed
rooms for men; winter term; 1, 12 blocks
from West Campus, near Broadway. 1,08
S. 6lh St. Plione 824-Black. il 97
WANTED TO RENT A good room
". near West Campus for next term; must
. ibe well furnished., 'Call or lente- w-ord
Ifor Lieut. -McCammoni 667-Whltev if
FOR I'ENT-Kooms for girls at 19 Al
len Tlace. Plione 10J2 Green. 1199
CIRLS Room and hoard; hot wntpr
healed house and hot water at all times;
bath on each floor. 715 Hut St. Call
any time after 6 p. m. C-83tf
1918 Willi Influenza Epidemic
Caused Highest Percentage
MORTALITY MAY DROP
Intensive Public Health Work
In Southwest Missouri
ACACIA LODGE. No. 602, A F. 4 A. M.
Monda) eirninc. Decern
ber 20; af7 "mIckI. First
degree. Stated comma
nlcation Tuesday een
ing. DecenuVr 21, at
7:30. Third degree. Visitors Welcome.
IL L. Kempster. W. M. J. M. Lone. Sec
Thilo Building, Hut and Broadway
No. 114. A. F. k A. M
Regular meetings second
ind fourth Tuesdays of
each month. .
Victor ictor. Sec E. Hawkins . At
Now ell BIdg.
m 4 its, w
L O. O. F.' LODGE NO. 207
y Monda Dec 2tt In
itiation ana riri ue
gree. R6U call, Mem
bers urged to attend
Visaing brethren, welcome
Roy Fowler, N. C. B. F Baker, Sec
MISSOURI CHAPTER ORDER OF DE
J)l . i .MOLAY.
Has adjourned all meetings) until, wed
neday, January 5, 1921. kj P. Vanice,
Scribe, Benton M. Lee, JL jtf.
Vlereas by their V1i-.l of trust8 dited
the 2Uh day of July 1914, and recorded
in mortgage Look 125 at page 151
the office of the recorder of deeds for
Boose County, Missouri, Hugh T. Wil
liams and Certrude Williams, his wife.
conveyed to the undersigned trustee the
following described real estate, lying,
being and situate in the cily of Colom
bia, county of Boone, and Slate of Mis
Lot number eighty-eight (83) in Con
ley and Perkins' subdnision of part of
CeEa J. Barkwell Farm, an Addition to
the City of Colcmbla, Missouri, as per
be recorded plat thereof, filed in the
office of the recorder of deeds within
and for Boone County, Missouri, and re
corded in plat numherS at page number
24, la trust to secure the payment of a
certain promissory note in said dedjof
Jnist fully described, and whereas1 de
fault "has been nude in the payment of
l said promissory note both principal and
i interest, both principal antl Interject hare
t become due acordinz. to the terms of tlie
J Waereas, I bain been requested by the
Tegi! nobler of said note 10 exercise, the
jowet of sale in me Voted; "by saiH deed
J .4-..- -st "
4 v nasi, ,
niie, therelom notice Iiereby gien
iSat, in pnrscance to the power invested
ia aie by said dec3 of trusty and pur
caav to the request of said legal holder
of Iiid promissory note. I will on Fri-
fr-ji "?' toe 31sI "T of December, 1920.
"- brleen the hours of nine o'clock in
3 jhe forenoon and five o'clock in the af
fjs terown of said day, at the Bouth front
I ooorf the conn house, in the -city of
jfct Colombia, county n Boone, and state
0; .atiasouti. sell the above described real
estate t mit.llA anlt. n ll.s 1linllf
t bidder, to satisfy said note, interest and
if tostt of executinz this trot.
JAMES W. SCHWABE,
List insertion December 30.
!r onnFR nr pimnrATinN.
fi. State of Missouri)
County of Boon
; In the Grcuit Court, in vacation be
lore January Term, 1921.
F. E. Cunningham, plaintiff.
, the unknown consorts, heirs, devisees.
oooees, alienees, immediate, mesne or
remote, voluntary or Involuntary gran-
Zt& cr 01 eDuion iggin, aeccaseu;
IgS George A. Jolinson, deceased; and of
fcrekiel Hobbs. deceased; and of Gar
land Colrin, deceased; and of Rich
rd Colvin, deceased; and uf Martellua
Culrin, deceased; and of Joshua Mils.
dVreased; and of Joshua Mire, de
ceased; and of Lucinda F. Mils, de
ceased; and of Lucinda F. Mize, de
ceased; and of Savannoh Sapp, de
crtsed; and of Savana Sapp, deceased;
nd of William Sapp, de
ceased; and of J. W. Sarp. deceased;
t iantt of.Sallie Colun. deceased: and of
wFahaie'' Colvin deceased; and Dora
Uin, deceased; and 01 uereriy 1-0J
Tin. deceased; and of Mary Wells,. de
ceased; and of Jessie Tj Colvin, de
ceased; and of Caroline M. Colvin
deceasrl; and of Nancy C Colrin
deceased; Frank Foster, deceased; and
of Thoinai Colvin, deceased; Nora
Belle McCarty, deceased; and ol
Daniel Louis (or Lewis) McCarty, de
ceased; and of .Micliael Senior, de
ceased; sod 'each of them respecliitly
and all perwins under whom, they claim
aooVall -Ttersocs claiming by. through
or undr them or either of them and
Boone Cbnnty. Misssuri, defendants.
THE STATE OF MISSOURI, to the
above named unknown defendants,
Yoa are; hereby cotiSed tliat an action
has jieen evrnmenced against you in the
CrcuifCoArt of Boone. County, Missouri.
affecting Has. title to the following de
scribed lands and tenements lying, being
grid situate in Boone County, Missouri
"e The South Thirty (30) acres,- of the
Southeast Onarterof tlie Southeast Quar
tef oL Section Twenty-seven (27) ; and
Thre.O acres. 'more or less, being all
that part tylne woriueasi yuancr 01 ine
Northeast Quarter ol. Section I fairly loui
(34). that lies North aml'East of cento
of the old Nashville "Road, and all of
the above described land inTownship
forlr seven (47), Range Thirteen (13);
which said action is returnable on the
first day of the next regular term of thi
court to be held at the Court House in
ibe Cty of Columbia. Boone County,
Missouri, on MONDAY, JANUARY 3
1921. Mhen and where you may appear
and answer or otherwise defend such
action; otherwise plaintiff petition will
be taken as confessed and judgment
A tror ciipy from the record:
WITNESS my hand as clerk of the
circuit court of Boone County, Missouri,
and the seal of said court. Done at
office in Columbia. Missouri, tlua 27tl
day of November, 1920.
(Seat) R. S. POLLARD, Clerk
W. M. Dinwiddie,
Any. lor plX T
MARJOHIE QU1NN, Deputy.
Last Insertion Dec 27, 1920
a OoeOLPeaiwJytrCo.IncmTrlCC. l
Only 125 persons of every 1,000 in
the registration era ot continental Unit
ed States died In 1919, according to the
bulletin on mortualily statistics Issued
bi the Census Bureau. This is the low
est rate recorded since the establishment
of the registration area and forms a
striking contrast with the unusuall) high
rate for 1913 due to the epidemic of in
fluenza when the death rate reached 18
per 1,000. In 1915 the death rate was
1X5 per 1.000.
The death registration area in 1919
comprised thirty three states, the Dist
rict of Columbia and eighteen cities in
non registration states wiih an estimated
population of 85.1 17,852, or alout 81
pe cc-it of the total population of the
''The most important cause for the le-
rrwse , said ,Prof. A,. F. Kuldinan of
the sociology department of the Uniters
it), "lies in the fact that the influenza
epidemic took away a great number of
the jieople who were so weak constitu
tionally that they would hate died in
1919 of other diseases. The death rates
for the next few years will be materially
decreased by the influenza epidemic each
succeeding year being affected Ies3
Another reanon for the decrease is the
public health programs which are being
carried on in various places in the United
602 uvts SAIED
in Jasper County, where intensive pub
he health work has been carried on for
one year under the State Board of Health
through the county health officers, the
number of deaths was only half that of
the )ear previous. This represented a
javing of 602 lives in a single year bv
intensive public health work.
In Greene County the public health
work is carried on hy volantan subscrip
nons received from the people of the
-ounty. last )ear $9,477.30 was paid in
for the use of tlte Greene County Health
Association in health work. The child
ren in the schools were examined and 80
per cent were found defeclne, most cf
'hem having defects that could be ccr
rrcted. Teu per cent of the children hate
llready Iiad the defects corrected, and
in addition 15 per cent have had the de
fects, partly corrected, and are under
treatment now or liaie promised to hair
The modern liealth crusade was or
s;anized in fifty-eight scliools with V 280
pupjs enrolled in the movement. Fifty
four nutrition clinics were conducted for
enderweight scliool children, and 690
mothers took advantage of the special
instruction offered. The infant welfare
snd parental work consisted of the ex
iminathn of 813 children in rlinhs, the
making of 1,001 visits by nurses to ex
olain infant care and 41 isits to ghe
FBEE TRTATKE'kT CItEN
One of the most important works of
the association was that done by the
lines for persons unable to pav. As
scialion members examined adults and
school children who were unable- to pay,
rnd provided medicine, furnished glasses,
Jid dental work ,and remoied tonsils and
An education campaign was made
This consisted of 24-1 talLs to approxira
ately 10,182 people and tV distribution
of 133-45 pieces of literature. Daring
the year 1377 curative treatments were
made for people hatins venereal diseas
es. "The United Stale Public Health
Service is pointing Ut the splendid work
done by the Creene County Health As
sociation as a model to be emulated by
other health organizations in the United
States," said Dr. L. L. Lumsdrn, assist
ant surgeon general, U. S. Public Health
Costs 50 Cents to Swear Here
Before City's 48 Notary Publics
It is easy to sear in Columbia. There
are ortmhl notary publics here How.
Otr the p witige f swearing 14. not free
at lat SO cens must be paiJ for
ccry olfensc. Were it not fur thi nan
nnmial rrrair.t "oloniMa cifht beome
a sinful city.
The d ultr r f notaries are to aLe an
Lnowledgements, afrJavips, depositions
and oaths in genera 1. They obtain their
romnnMot5 upon being recomme ded t
the ovnwf b r liibl" men Iond
M $2,000 must be furnished and an oa.h
of office sworn tov The cosL to become
a m tary is about $15, defending upon
to v. orlv.nK 011 Sunday, did not fator the
law, amL regarded any attempt to abolish
industry or commerce on Sunday to be
a Iioprlc endeavor.
Therp are aina)s a number ol radical
propoitions made in Congres eery ses-
.ion said V. (. tepnenvtn. it is use
less to try to increase support and inter
est in the church by such legislation.
Sunda) a made, for man, and not man
The laws in question are proposed by
ecrsl eligious organizations in an ef
fort to do away with the "commercialized
Sabbatlu It is intended to introduce a
bill in nt senior, of Congrex l& mate
it illegal for any form of public amuse
ment la be maintained on Sunday and
there is even talk of suspending business
and tranoiortatitin and publishing on the.
day of ret.
TOYMAKING IN AMERICA ,
USES 30,000,000 FEET
OF LUMBER ANNUALLY
Not Welcoming Sunday
The proposal Surday blue laws, spon
sored by the Lord Day Alliance and
AntiSah'on eagu. find Irtle fvr in
xilumbii. The sentiment prevailing it
hat people cannot be compelled to b;
rood b) law.
One business man on Broadway tv
oress-sl a fervent hope that they would
b- adopted. I hope they l"ass," he said,
"and a lot more Iile them. I liopf they
aisLe it s.1 tlut a man cannot go to lied
or get up without a police prmit. Then
af'er about six months, watch the reac
tion. It will take something drastic to
cure tills reform mania."
A number of sudents advanced the
opinion that as far as Columbia was con
cerned, Snnda)s were blue already. None
of them faoted the proposed legislation.
lYeW P. Smith, who has spent sevra!
years in Canada, said that Sunday blue
laws were adopted there at one time but
were ineffective, for in spite of ihe law
to the contrary many farmers worked hi
Sunday. If persons desired entertain,
ment on Sunday they bought the mater
ials and made arrangements on Saturday,
jnl on Sundav held festival jn the c.-ua-
try, and as tar as attendance at church
was concerned, it appeared that people
merely took more pleasure in motoring
and travelling about in the country on
Sunday than before.
A few laboring men slibongb opposed
0v United FrrM.
WsstiifCTOv, Dec. 21. Wrap. with
care if you care a rap," says ihe Post
office Department In everjbody who is
in piitate corsultation with Santa Uaus
there das. This is particularly to be
impressed upon those who are filing
Santa daus a'lout toys for certain people.
33) s the American Forestry Association
for the Ameiican toy business is a big
ene and the shipment of these toys is a
business in itself. Thirty million feet
of lumber is used, every year in the
raeiiean lay business. The question, of
burking the foreign nude article is np
to the consumer and all he has to do is
to demand the home made article.
l hen the mechanical toy is taken into
consideration some idea of the immensity
of the toy business may be gained, the
Ameiican Forestry Association adds,
when you top to figure how many jump
ing jacks, for example, an be made
from thirty million feet of lumber.. XTood
Ids firs plaee in tho material for toys,
S-eaus cf clieapness and becaue the
aiii-lf; of mrta! are not suitable for the
age of -tbosi for whom toys are intended.
Thee soeros to lie no end to the kinds
nf things that appeal to children and the
fart of tlie malc- is there are styles in
.0)3 jjsl as there are in other things. A
war will decide Ihe run of-toys for
pcnoL All ol us remember the vogue
if thirgs Ktesian and Japanese during
the war between thos countries. The
World War broaaht to ihe fore. again
ihings like ballleships ard submarines
and gns of all kinds.
whether or not a seal must be purcliased.
The commission of a notary expires in i
yeais, but mav easily be renewed.
Although notaries hive been adminis
teting oaths many yean for a small fee.
Ihe Boone County Bar Association has
sought to slop this practice here by se.
curing a law making all notaries, who
charge a fee for their services, subject
Ur a fine. Last ystr this association sent
tut a parcphlet. "Illegal Practice of
Law," which called to the notaries' at
tention sections of law fol Lidding my
one but a lawful attorney from charging
s fee for taking osths. Notaries, accord
ing to this booklet, were supposed to
conhne their work to those things in
which they were personally umrerred.
Many of the notaries have openly defied
this law, and thinking it unconstitutional,
cre'trying to make a test case and have
it settled In the courts No action lias
e: been taken by the Instigators of this
law to enforce it.
Two cf the oldest ridtaries in Columbia
are V. K. Bayless of the 11a) less Ab
stract Coippany and John CL Schwabe.
a real estate agent.
The reaon there are so many notar
ies is because practically eery real
estate agent and bank clerk takes out a
tommifkion. Each bank lias three or
four notaries so that, wnVnoer one is
reeded for ary transaction, it is not nec
essary to leave tlte bankr ctlice to get one.
Ileal estate men find it convenient to
have a notary in their offices so that thry
ran close 3 deal without an outsider in
terfering and 'knocking the sale, a
thry cill it.
Tl e record of C W. Davis, county
cleik, shows that there are eighty five
notaries in Boone County, oer half of
which are in Columbia The following
person in Columbia have unexpired no
tary commissions: A. M. Schwabe, A.
C. Spencer. George S. Starrelt. James
IlilU Daniel O. Unless, Henry A. Col
her. Miss Vadne Parmer, B. C Hunt. W.
H. Coldsberry, Miss Crace Dowell, T. D.
Stamford, Miss Mary Mitchell, Clifton
Lyon,- Miss Allecn Shepherd, Newton
D. Evans, Emmett McDonnell, Miss Bess
Hawkins Eugene F. Riiether, S. C Hunt,
S. F, Conley, Miss Emmehne Smith, Miss
Frances Bright, w. K. Batlcsi,, Joliu A.
Slewatt, I T. Searcy "L C. Quinn, R,
C Price, Jr Emmet C Anderson, E. L.
Daughetl), E. R. Childers, Robert V.
Jones, Miss Calla Greene, 'Xilliam II.
Sapp, Robert II. Gray, Horace C Smith,
Thomas K. Catron, Miss Ethel Alton. R.
S. Pollard. John C Schwabe, Miss Ilga
Hausschild, Jesse Long, P. S. Qmnn,
Miss Dulcie Creas), V. E. Smith, Ralph
L. Horine, James R. Lipscomb, Frank
W. Dealing ind Miss Sara HalL
r ' i ti r-si t-ihrniiiill'iahiiitiitiiiilisji'i-Jii -itf-fih it riTi'TTn tifcinUWiiMtriiTiititiTiJiiiiill rirwir118 " ' " ' Mi-i-l"H,r-.Trg.,-, mlfip
DON'T take a fellow's pipe. Take some otKer possession.
Because wrapped up in his pip? is a fellow's peace of
mind, his relaxation, his contentment. This is more than
true if it's a W D C Pipe, because then a good smoke is multi
plied many times over. Our spfcial seasoning process takes
care of this by bringing out all the sweetness and mellowness
of the genuine French briar. Just you go to any good dealer
and select several good shapes. Put them in yoqr rack.
Smoke a cool one every time, and you'll be well on your
way to pipe-happiness
CONGRESO AID TARMERS?
pproprZntions Expected for M. U.
College, Saj3 It,an Mumford.
Dean F. R. Wu-nford of the Cullerx of
Agriculture, vho lias been in Mashing! n
to confer ith the executive comnittee
A the Land Grant Association or Amer
ica, said that appropriations fur the Col
'e?e of Agriculture are expected, accord
ing to mrrder of Congress and th Sec
retary of Agriculture.
There ia nucb concern fell, scid Dean
Mumfurd about the farm condition of
the country, and every effort will hi tnide
to aid farmers. In many talLs itith ern
pressmen, lie found tliat Cnnsre tie
termined to cut down the expenses n the
gouramenL Sme of the money sarel
by tins economy dl be ued to help the
agricultural cond.tic.rs of the country.
Tlie oih-r raem!ers .f tlie committee
which met wtdt the Secretary of AgVi.ul
lure arc It. A. Picrton of Iowa Stale t'oi
vertity. W. K. Stone ol Purdue Univer
sity. U M. Kigpa of outli Carolina and
It. A. Maun of Cornell University.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY GROUS
Is Now (he Largest of Its Kind
West of the Mississippi.
R) increasing its number of aclire
members to 1,001. the Stale Historical
Society of Missouri has become the larg
est organization of its Und -west of tlie
Misiisippi River, in number of actire
members. Iowa ranks next with 1,000.
Two years ago the State Historical So
ciety here ranked fifth among those wet
of tlie Mississippi, and four years ago,
tenth. The total number of members
editorial, exchange and actire for the
Miuri society now is 1,680. At the
piesent rale of increase, the society wdl
have over 1,700 by January I. 192U It
is planned to make this organization the
largest in number of active members of
any state historical society in the United
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1 ' of the test in New York society the sales of
Fatima exceed those of any other cigarette.
Two nice furnished rooms
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December 23. Pfione 170 or 74 or call at
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