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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 February 1921

1MB cog in the cTrashe inwcr L Phone K FOR SALi iw zt iMi Sport AGGIE GAMES WILL BE CLOSE WacUicrs Loss Felt Even Break Wuuld Leave Tigers Ahead Tlie Tigers spent last nijlit in Kansas Gl and at an early hour this morning departed fur Manhattan where llie will meet llie Kansas Aggies in the of a two pame series tonight Gaelics Ruby and Oerenger vim ac cempanied tliv team were not inclined In Le overconfident as to the Itengals chances for victory in neither cf the two The injury tu l cslic WarLIirr FOI SALE Egg for Latching from five winning inc omi Riiode I land Reds Rest winter layer Kj place your order now for baby i links Mrs Jno Taylor phone 5 3 T 143 FOR SALE Newly nJilt Hoyal nd 2 Undenfood Typewriters Caaranteed jnd ill be kept in repair for one year II E Reading 317 Virginia Ae T128tf FOR SALE Dandy fully modern brick house hardwood floors South side close in jiaeil streets 1 rooms and sun parlor b low 3 rconis bath and sleeping porch aboe full size concrete basement ood ht...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 11 February 1921

K ft I i i M Wi 3s 1 pace ncirr MARRY AT 65 SAYS BACHELOR He Is Exception Others Say Late Marriage Is Great Evil Today Many anil a rial arc the opinions and ideas entertained by people on the mot iRijHirtant question in llie life of a young man or voman Many a grry liaired sage 4wlri his head thoughtfully oter the ttfieusnrss of the question while others regard it in a lighter ein as merely the eiuef episode in the grand comedy of life Ckatle W Eliot president of Ilartard Utmrc it addressing his students said t is the fashion nnMadas among edu cated yung men tu wait many years he fiwe they marry That is a place where the life of the highly educated man is inferior to the life of the mechanic athe farmer or farmhand Postponed marriage is a great eil in modern socie ty Yirti will hear such conduct justified Yen will hear om onne man sav I real bis name said A man should marry as soon as the law will It him He sltould have all tlve money lit can accum ulate and liad better not buy a ca...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 February 1921

- - - -- - v tfi Expect to See Every Person in the University State Wide Drive to Com mence in Summer With the opening of the headquarters of the Missouri Memorial Union in F Tiro 114 Academic Hall today the El con centrated effort in the organization of the campaign for 500000 has begun The money is to be raised for the memor hi tower and building to be constructed at the Lowry street entrance of the East Campus The campaign among the dents of the University which will be- tin on March 28 wiU precede the state vide campaign which will not start un til late in the summer and which will In carried into every county of the state Beginning Monday the organization of the students for the campaign here will be MarteiL Between three and four hundred studtnts will be enlisted in the drive and tbr e wotkers will hare their activities outlined in detail long before the opening of the campaign on March 28 Each worVer will be assigned a certain number of students to see the students being allo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 February 1921

rACETTTO STATE GRAMS 1098 TO DRAG LOCAL ROADS Boone County Was Also Award ed Three Trucks and a Holt Tractor by the War Department S15752 FROM U S AID One Mile of Projected 2 mile Road West of Columbia Completed To Resume Work in bpring limine Count received JI0V3 during 1920 from Male unds fur road dragging under the 5K000 appropriation provid ing for dragging of alxiut 11500 inter county seats roads This made the lys iiital amount V86 recehed fur this work In thr distribution of road build ins macliiner belonging to tlie War I3e parment three trucks and a Holt tractor werr jwardcd to tlii t count Tmo Nash Juad 2 tn trucks were recehed by J A Stewart the Centralia Special lioad Dis trict received a Pierre Arrow 2 Ion truck ami the Midway seeial road district got a Holt 15 toil caterpillar tractor Si IHffldtcu and twenty of these trucks a1ued at SiS87 200 were distributed in the state before December 1 In the projects listed as being under conMriirtifil in the annual report of the 4...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 February 1921

News of Columbia Society Miss Ella Wyatt society editor Kill appreciate it if you will telephone to tiety items between 9 and 12 oclock The members of the Acacia fraternity vrill entertain at 830 oclock this even ing vyith an informal Valentine dance at the chapter houe The chaperons ill he ilm Lulu Hubbard Mrs Mamie Roberts Mr and Mrs H S Hill Mr and Mrs Ralph McBurne Mr and Mrs B C Hunt and Dr and Mr M M Ellis The guests vill be Misses Mo delle White Suie Crockett Lena Plumer Katherne Delrour Floie Dut ton Hortense Stauder Bett Etter Mil dred Irish Lena Shepard Arlene Bron Jane Hall Theodosia SnTdrr Margaret Taylor C lestine Roach Virginia Swain Farley Bertram Charlotte Stein Ethel Woods Margaret CardelL Annie L Clauer Thelma Gilbert Caroln Simon Bertha Eastin Mary Eliiabcth Riordjn Constance Graham Harriet Palmer Vesta Rhodes and Gladys Johnson The War Mothers of Boone County will hold their regular monthly meeting at 230 oclock Monday afternoon in the Commercial Club Rooms The m...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 February 1921

PACFOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening etept Sen day by the Missourian Publishing Ai aocialion Ine Jay H Keff Hall Colum bU Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manicoi SUBSCRIPTION RAES Gty ttk 10 cent single copies 5 cents By trail in Boone County Year 12j 6 months 175 3 months 90 Wits month 33 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable la advance Member Audit Bureau of Grculations Entered at second-class- mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate af postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 ihorbed Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News i Advertising and Gradation 55 FROM PAST TO FUTURE Sixty ears ago this week Abraham Jncoln whose birthday we stood on the station platform of a little city in Illinois about to depart for Washington There was an enormous task before him The nation was weighed down with anxieties and there were those even close to him who doubted lus ability in the situation The war clouds were alr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 February 1921

- 4 j jev u v piat Was Expected to Prove Hardest Game of Whole Season Tunis In to Riot HIGHEST SCORE OF YEAR Captain Browning Williams and Runker Star in Missouris Perfected OfTeti e and Defence llCpfrfW r Tit JMrMit 11111411 n rtti Phone 65 l Fill Z Maiihal tan baskttball followers tilnovd the rnnst dcciie of the Gmfemicei ha a clean sheet rann lirio lat eening vtlien llie Mi- hands of a wallet team in three cars and it was made dmiblv dcin by the fact that it was paed on the Manhat tan floor Accoidir to the Tigr roaches the MiV ourians plail lietter balt tljll lal night tluii at an otlirr lime this wawn It was the Iarct ne the Glumbia has idled up against an opposing m tins seaHin Tie Tiger oTenie viln Williams as llie pilot man iiasseil the ball around llie Agcies at will ami keoreJ Willi rtmaiVilde pruftcicicy After the first ten niiiutrs of nlav wlien the Missouiiatis threw ouilers frou all corners of the flir a ten innt margin separated llie two teams at all times I Coaches Cl...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 12 February 1921

HHW J jSHHJRPfF ff PAGE ETC rl 8- AD CARNIVAL SM i Tf - I I L k tl 3 ij ICi Ic 11 YA 1a Al t tin ft I i ml id sat fca cot dai oal 1 ti ted mat Iwiti f E tL Icha laoil llOUf It shot M fice of i tend I Ki tesu and In Mijfrl C Went rn I nul i it n L Ihrot n Pi nau Ml 1i iSu net V I T ywwiffm lit1 gWfg STOPS EARLY Students Enjoy Shows and Dancing Until Midnight- The cliarge that there as too much drafTIing caused trie Ad Club Carnhal o flop at midntflit last night instead of lam much to the uVappolntment of the hundred ol students who were en joins eerthing from dancing to side thow Another mishap of the eicning was the stealing of a roll of red checks at one of he first floor booths when the lights were turned off without warning at mid tliat it was Slight as an announcement time for the participants in the fun to turn their step homeward When the lights flashed on again the roll was lound mi ing and all sales were ordered Jo t stopped The 49 Show was eail the favorite at the canrnal b...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 February 1921

THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN - THIRTEENTH YEAR GAS COMPANY PETITIONS FOR HIGHER RATES If Approved by Public Service Commission New Sche dule Will Take Ef feet March 19 WILL IMPROVE PLANT Raise Is Said to Re Necessary Recause of High Manu facturing Costs at Present Thomas D Miller John It Cullinane mid Milium M Fitch of St Louis who were granted a franchise by the City Council on December 20 1920 hae filed a new schedule of rates and made a contract to purchase the Columbia Gas Works from the Watts Engineering Co The rate schedule of the new company was filed with the Public Service Com mission in Jefferson City last Thursday This schedule of rates is to go into ef fect on March 19 if the Public Service Commission gives its approval The charges made by the new rates are as follows For tlie first 3000 cubic teet or gas J200 For the next 3000 cubic feet of gas 190 Tor the neit 4000 cubic feet of gas 180 For the nut 5000 cubic feet of gas 170 in the next 5000 cubic feet of ga 160 The...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 February 1921

HBMprUpsfBS jHrACETWO rvl f ttl TSDDY SPEAKS y TO VOLUNTEER BAND ON ASIA Swiys Unprejudiced Immediate and Well Prepared Service Is Weeded in Foreign Lands iMiOCRAM BY DELEGATES John R Brayton Fayellc Elect ed Head of Missouri Stu dent Volunteer Union The New Officers L President John IE Braytan Fayette Sv N ice preMilent lorraine liuck Kan sas Cjt 5jcretary I eota MeAdams Fulton ami II II 1onimereiica Warrentun Unprejudiced immediate and ten ice is needed in Europe Mf Aia according o George SherwooJ Did 1hi maile the opening addres of Iws itt in Columbia lat night in the V M C A Auditorium before the last fyjiim of the three day contention of the Mi suuii Student Volunteer Union If ou fancy you belong to a superior race and that you are going to teach an inferior race jou are the one to May at home Mr Eddy aid convincingly Go to a foreign field not ta be leaders lut to make leaders Ionr ou go out there to be a leader and walk up and don in tfic limelight If you are going to be a mis...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 February 1921

P APE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING M1S50URIAN Published ery evening eaeept Sun- MX by the Missonrian I ublishing As bTMiJiTlLNeff1 AIJONSO JOHNSON Maaceb SUBSCRIPTION HATS 10 Cem 5 aI j man jn Uoone Countjr Year 6 months 175 3 months 90 cots month 35 cents Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cens Payable In advance Jdember Audit Bureau of Grculations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate I postage provided for in Sectijn 1103 Act of October 3 1917 srthorired 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS 2741 Advertising and Grculalicn 55 CANCELLING ALLIED DEBTS f Wo proposed a solulion in which we should have forgone claims larger than any remitted to us said the spokesman of the nation which proposed to the United Stales that all Allied war debts be cancelled That spokesman went on to say that it would be beneath the dignil of the na lion to ask again the cancellation of the Allied debts as that would render us liable to a misconception of our motive In ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 February 1921

i News of Columbia Society Miss Ella JTyatt society editor trill College orchestra nill furnfcli music tlur apprcdaxe it if you tcill telephone to- ing the dinner after which the party will fitly items betueen 9 and 12 oclock be thrown open to al students of the College and the Quadrangle orchestra AmonE the dinner guests at the Din- U Tie Bjsp are 0 id Boone Taern last evening were pag a ie party anJ ij reChe je jtis tona jtne naiey rtioen miner mnr nii Miss Harriet Blanton Richard ConVlin Miss Marguerite FrighL Ellwood L Blow Miss Mabel Rowley John W Itoxlry Miss JVelle Cochran Giles Mar tin Mi Maude 0 Winters Grantille Riclurt Mrs R P Firley Miss Pauline Rositzky A II Friedman Miss Florence Scraper A F Kuhlman Miss Russell Clements J A Quinn Miss Jluth Haga man Ed Cilkinon Mis Frank Rob ertson J D Smith Miss Mabel Clarke Miss Hattie Bond George E Simmons K K ling C G Drum Miss Sara Rob erts Paul Bell Miss Mary Lee Faris Dupuy Warrick Miss Delia Diirns C E Ncff of Fulton John Gran...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 February 1921

Ji astjjt h rhono 65 l sw It- -- V KANSAS AGGIES DEFEATED BY TIGERS 35 26 Saturdays Game Harder Fought man iirst Une Huge Crowd Out to See Struggle PLAYERS COMPLIMENTED Six More Contests This Season Will Meet Jayhaukcrs at Lawrence Next Week The rifter toilet liwers returned last Vciiim firm Manliattan Kan with tio iwire trophies of the 1921 championship race nH one rung nearer the li of the iliampionUup ladder The panic batt alls vhich are placed in llie trophy ioii at Rbtbwrll gymnasium vthenctir tlie Timers vtin have now been incrtused to tvtelte ami not a defeat blemishes the seasons rtiord In date The Miitsourian fituml lie Kansas pies a muili stmtr miilin on atur tay night than n tlie prrviwi evening The final wore was Xi fti ami tlw lien pals virri jhle lo anl tin margin i ul li ifilmiig the Ik s basketball of the ei tire staMin Ki siin aches bnlh stated that Saturdays game has one uf the prettiest thet liod ever seen It ai ilcjnl plavrd b Imlh contestants and et vas liaid fo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 14 February 1921

J PACE SIX STILL OIUECT TO DRUG BILL Author Asked Committee to Kill It Hut Complaints Continue B m Suit CirrfripMUfU Jfitirson Citv Feb 11 Home Bill No 279 wliiclt proudc that no druggist In the state may wll patent medicines or drugs except on tlie order of a licensed phjsician is probabl arou ing more pro tects from all sections of the state than any oilier bill that has been presented to the Legislature thus far The bill a introduced by Representatite Ed win Steiens from St Louis The author realizing that all was not well villi his bill recently went before the committee to which it had been re ferred and aVed that it be reported ad mI or thrown in the watebasVet Although thi H done and the bill has now gone to the happy hunting ground of bHls that neer pass complaints are Mill being heard Neer a day passes that a number of representatives do not offer petitions from their home counties jmLiim tlat the bill be killed The situa tion is beoommE so humorous that Speak r Sam OTallon ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 February 1921

r V - - THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEENTH YEAR 300 TO HONOR DR MALESTER HERE TONIGHT Birthday Banquet for Him Will Be Second Largest Ever Held in the Tavern TICKET SALE IS CLOSED Program Includes Readings Toais and Songs by Girls From Christian College Three hundred guest will be present at the banquet in celebration of the eightieth birthday anniversary of Dr A W McAIester tonight in the Daniel Boone Tavern The ticket sale has been lerJ The banquet will be the largest ver held in the Tat era with the excep tion uf the alumni luncheon last spring Dr Aiu McGjmas of Sturgeon will act as toattmaster The Rer J D Ran iiolph will be chaplain The program wiI 1m a follows Reading His Symptoms Miss Naana L Forbes head of the expression department of Stephens College Doctor McAIester and University Medical Education Dr A Ross Hill president of the University Doctor McAIester and State Medical Education and Legislation Dr W F Morrow of Kansas Gty Doctor McAIester a Nestor Dr R M Funkb...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 February 1921

r i ft V M r 4 fc I B TACE TWO FOUNDED MU DEPARTMENT Conlinurdfrom pigel Sar ami William T Kemper of Kansas Gl veil Lnown financier BORN II RocllErOKT Ilr McAlester was Lorn in Rocheport on January 1 1841 Ilia father m It McAlcsier a pioneer from Kentucky and fel uut to lbule among tlie iu muiiier a Juary A Walker from I P00 c c uranH uegan on HRHl inia lie came nilli Itis narfni m Columbia in Ilj lm father engaging irr a contracting and lumber business here anj later building the house for the Presi dent of the Uniier iiy on the campus and the Science Iiuilding ihiw called Snil Jer Hall Dr MrAlmrr attended the public xchools and the lniverity In I860 the niieriy lalaloguc records that he was cue of fifteen students to re diplomas in agriculture Dr Ale Unlrr nriivil his A II degree from the UnherMty in 1864 atif mlni IfiJ Medici Cllege in Chicago in 18S4 6S narrated nl St Uui Medical College in 1865- j TZl A Irom ulucli he recciied his degree as dnclor of medicine in the latter ear ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 February 1921

If u r PgM -- T News of Columbia Society Vfsj EUa Vyatt tociety ediior mil I Enhcr Ros Eula Penn Wheat Rulh errreciate it if you will telephone to- fitly item between 9 and 12 oclock Mfs Laura Dierkes of Sedalia was a cek end guest of her cousin Mrs Her bert W Smith Stewart road The Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity an nounces the pledging of William Tbomp Kf of Lees Summitt and Thomas Mc K el ley of St Louis The dinner guests at the Knights of Columbus Students Home Sunday ere Miss Esther Ha don Miss Peggy Kce gan Mis Delia Miller Edward Darnell and Richard Yost Kemper Reid Paris road entertained the following guets at dinner Sunday Misses Lillian Green Vitian Smith Thelma Spencer and Victor Cook ana Wendell Spencer The members of the Phi Delta Thela fraternity will enteilair with a formal dance Friday April I The Beta Theta Pi fraternity held initiation Saturday afternoon for the fol lowing Charles Alfred Bell Ralph Starr Fowler Barclay C Knerr William H Ara tronr Kobirt C Snisher Geer...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 February 1921

BrV t - V s I -V f f K PACE FOUR j3 THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published etery evening caeept Sun day by the Missourian tublishing As pociation Inc Jay II Ned Hall Coum bia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacih SUBSCRIPTION RATES pty Week 10 cent j tingle copies 5 cents lly trail in Boone County Year 325 6 months 175 3 months 90 cots month 33 cents Outside the count Year 450 3 months S125 monlli 45 cens Pa able in adtance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate f postage provided for in ScctunJlOo Act of October 3 1917 a lhoriied Sep tember t 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 DR A W MALESTER In appreciation of the high standanl fl sen ice rendered the people of this community the Boone County Medical Society is firing a banquet tonight at tlie Daniel Boone Tavern in honor of Dr Andrew Walter McAlestcr Boone Countys oldest phjrician Doctor McAIester who passed his eightieth birthday Ja...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 February 1921

I l L Phone k J the Field of Sport TIGERS READY FOR BULLDOGS Light Practice Before Games Will Drake M U Coaches Confident Drake lnieritvs ijuinlet will invade GluraUa tin week fur a pair of tilt will llie Tigeis Accordins to the record which tliey liave hung up tu date tlie Jlrlldogs have one of llie weakest teams in tlie Valley Tliey should not prove Jul serious Mumbling block for the Mis fourian The Tigers tool a light mrlout lat earning folluwing tlie mrenou pair of pames with the Agpes Follow in the Drake battle lliii week too more eer ier will remain to lie nlaved one with IfKaiwai at the Lawrence court and one 11 villi the Kaixas Aggies on the home H plaviiig eaze In close the season Doth of these ate considered as ex- 1 tinsel Miff combats fur the local itiii im it mo 1UC31 I1TC IS fktccfeful in winning lioth senes it will sccomplisli a feat which lias not been ac ceipplislied for everal years To win fiur games from a Wrong contender for the title in one season is an extemcly...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 15 February 1921

PAGE 51X A 5000 YEAR COAL SUPPLY To Discuss Mineral Future of Boone County Before Business Men Aecanling to a surey of the mineral revjiuTrb of Hoone County made by the Cnmmrrcial Club there aie 172 square bmIm in the county underlaid by coal containing an estimated resene of 846 706000 tons the surface of hicb lias hardly been touched At the present rate of fuel consumption in Boone Count the Hjney points out tlie coal resources of tlie county alone will last for more than 5000 jears Tlie survey also sajs that most of the coal mined in this county compares faoraWy with Illinois coal in dealing value and tliat although it leaves a large amount of ash it burns all lijtlit wlien broken into small lumps Not iiuile lialf of the county has coal bearing rocL There are three workable beds of this coal The upper bed is about eighteen inches thick the middle is from three to four feet thick and almut fifty feet 1k 1iw the upper bed and the loner lied is about eighteen inches tlrn k and about...

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