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Legislator's Wife Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 7 January 1929

Legislators Legislator's Wife ife ff DIPS ni JEFFERSON CITY Jan 7 LT U GP- GP P The body of Mrs Oscar P P. Vj u ix j wife of Representative p Moody loody cf ef Law Law- ence ucc County who died suddenly here late yesterday will be bf returned to o the family home at Mount lount Vcr Vir I 1 non today Mrs J Moody died o of aheart a aheart aheart I heart attack a tta k rs

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

T THE H E C COLUMBIA O L U M B I M MISSOURIAN I S S O U R I A N TWENTY FIRST VENTY YEAR YE R EIGHT PAGES COLUMBIA cO l MISSOURI I S U TUESDAY TU v. v JANUARY lARY 8 8 1929 LAST EDITION NUMBER J

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

The be Way of Our World r Pour Four our million new nf n ne f automobiles s were cre 1928 parc sed in Los Angeles now flow has nightly sight eIng trips by air killed by the thew I An Indiana man was as VIe w ehe he had Just cut when it fell leU on I dIlL I Scientists have ha found that it takes A u universe years ears to make makes makem maker complete turn r- r m s Washington D. D C. C did not have ha haan In an automobile death during the h of December A mechanical man who can talk ta 11 tour four u. u hours hOUIS has Just arrived on the from irom England A letter which was as addressed addre 5 d to toe the ibe e wrong place was delivered deli siX ty-Mx six years after mailing A school teacher at Globe Ariz was vis scalped by an Apache Indian of 01 the thC San SI Carlis Carlls reservation re r of New Ne NewYork Ne York rork goes g s to the sea each ach morning and takes seven dips at t 2 30 a. a m. m Malt syrups and extracts valued at ati were manufactured in the i United Ul ted S...

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Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I I COMMENTS ON OS LIFE LIFE- i Happiness is the natural flower of uty Phillips Brooks I IA j I IA A man was asked some time ago hy why he invariably followed a well well- en- en known man into most uncomfortable able situations He replied All AU the years I have known So and So I Inave have nave never known him to say whether er he was as cold or hot or wet wt or dry sick or well weB but Ive I've never known him forget a man who was Rudyard Kipling

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And some Verse the Wind [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

AND AND SOME VERSE ERSE The Wind The winds wind's a rampant ruffian He frightens little things lhing I He Be ruffles the up sparrows And tousles toules robin wings I He lie chases poor old withered leaves I With fury down the lane And when hen hes hes he's tripped them up in L piles pile He lIe hurries hurri s off of again r He Re worries at the th houses And shakes them till they groan He lie tugs at roof and arid He lie makes the chimney moan But looking out the window windo To watch him shake hake the trees I saw the moon was unaware re Of or these futilities Rebecca Moorhead Leete I

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May Dispose of Garbage by Contract Plan [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

MAY Y DISPOSE OF GARBAGE BY CONTRACT PLAN City Council Approves Recommendation of Committee APPROPRIATIONS VOTED Bid of St. St Louis Firm to Provide Coal Is Accepted Total business s done by r the theater water ater a t r and light li ht division of r the city yesterday was reported d at with 1510 persons in involved in- in involved ol in the transaction The The- unusual amount of business was laid to the fact that most mast people hoping for abatement of the cold weather had waited until the thelast thelast thelast last day to pay their th ir water and light bills A quiet session which would have been b n routine had it not been en enlivened en en- enlivened I i livened by an interesting report and anda a spirited discussion occasioned by bythe bythe bythe the refusal refu al of one of four applications applications applications for licenses marked the first City Council CO meeting of the year held last night in the room council-room at the he t City Hall The report of W. W C. C Et...

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

II I The Weather I i For Columbia and andich vicinity ich ty In In- Increasing Increasing I creasing cloudiness followed by rain rainor raInor or snow late tonight or Wednesday rising temperature lowest tonight about 26 For Missouri Increasing cloudiness tonight followed by rain south and central and rain or snow extreme north portion Wednesday rising tem tern temperature temperature tonight and east and south portion Wednesday I Shippers forecast for cast Within a radius of miles mUes of Columbia the lowest temperatures are ar expected ex d to be about as follows North 18 18 East 24 South I 34 West 28 Weather Wather conditions The cold wave is passing eastward centered this morning over Tennessee Tenn It has reached the Atlantic seaboard given givena a temperature 14 above at New York City The cold also is felt south into Florida A reaction to more moderate moderate moderate ate weather wea ther has set in over all sec sec- sections sections sections west of the Mississippi Clear k...

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Property Sold for New Hotel on Highway 40 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

PROPERTY PROPER TY SOLD FOR NEW HOTEL ON HIGHWAY 40 St. St Louis Firm Buys 26 Acres Opposite Flying Field Fieldi j i j TO iTa START WORK AT ONCE j j j I Structure Will Include Garage and Filling Station j Smith and Bright Insurance Com Corn Company Company pany pony announced this morning the theale sale ale of twenty-six twenty acres of land op op- opposite opposite the aviation field Held on High High- Highway Highway Highway way 40 to a St. St Louis corporation The consideration for the land which I formerly belonged to Emmett Clink Clink- Clinkscales scales was not given The corporation which was not named plans to erect on the property a filling station and tourist hotel costing about Work will willbe willbe be begun immediately In anticipation tion of the tourist traffic in the spring and summer Further plans include the expendi expendi- expenditure expenditure ture tore of nearly within the i next year additional units unit being added and improvements made as the demand just...

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No. 63 North of City Now Open [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

j j j I NO 63 NORTH OF CITY NOW OPEN Concrete All-Concrete Road From Columbia to Moberly Available The part of the Hinton Columbia section of Highway 63 from Prath- Prath ille cr to the intersection with High- High Highway Highway way 40 at the th end of Range Line is isnow isnow now open to local traffic The road roadS is S not hot yet opened for the heavy traffic tic fie of trucks and busses Beans Bean tests to determine the amount of pressure the road will stand are arc now being made on the part of the road which was poured in last With the opening of this section to local traffic passenger cars can now go from Columbia to Mo- Mo Moberly Moberly to- to berly on an concrete all highway Officials Official in charge of this section of the highway report that it should be open to all trat fic by Thursday if weather conditions permit the beans beam tests t to be completed 6

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Answers Four Alarms [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

i I ERS ANSWERS FOt FOUR R ALARMS I Fire ire Department Finds One Ont False laL j 1 Little Damage at Others j I 1 The lire fire department answered four j alarms yesterday ye afternoon and eve eve- eci i mug One was wa- waa a false alarm i The first call at 1215 12 15 o'clock at j i 1605 1605 Ash Street was a small fire in inI ina l I a car The second alarm was for fora I a fire lre at the house of Maggie 1 Hol Hol- Holland HolI Holland land negro at Lyons Street I Burning soot on a shingle hingle roof start start- started started started ed a fire there at a few minutes I before 3 No damage was done I At 5 o'clock the department was called to the th residence of or Mrs J. J 1 1 Frank Thompson 11 Kuhlman Court and found that the alarm had been beena I Ia a mistake I The last call of or the day was at 1 o'clock when hen lint caught in a aI ahot 1 j I hot air pipe caused a small fire at atthe atthe the house hou of A. A C. C Hulen Waugh I Street No damage was done

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Fewer Court Cases in 1928 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I FEWER COURT O RT CASES AS S IN IS 1928 I Local Loal Police Pollee Department D Reports Less I s Than 1927 I Judge W. W D. D Shaws Shaw's report for 1928 shows hows a total of o cases in the po po- police police lice department This is a decrease I of about cases ca s Irons from the previous ous year The greatest st number of cases were re I for intoxication in which numbered for the year yeat The other chief of offenses of- of i tenses were for disturbing the lie peace 82 roses eases selling transporting and producing intoxicating liquor 40 I cases and driving ing ars cars in an in intoxicated in in- intoxicated condition 9 cases

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Cold Wave to Move South in next 24 Hours [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

COLD WAVE TO MOVE SOUTH IN NEXT 24 HOURS Relief Is Promised Suf Suf- Sufferers Sufferers Sufferers in Midwest and Northwest COMMUNICATION IMPEDED Coldest Yesterday Was 24 Below at Devils Lake N. N D. D The last twenty four hours show show- showed ed ro only a a. slight up let-up in the cold weather here as the temperature rose only 4 degrees yes The high high- highest highest est temperature yesterday was 12 de degrees de- de degrees degrees grees above zero while the lowe lowel temperature last night was 8 de de- degles de- de grees The cold wave passing eastward was centered today over Tennessee It has reached the Atlantic seaboard with a temperature of 14 degrees in New York City Clear skies pre pre- prevailed pre pre- prevailed from the to the At At- Atlantic Atlantic I lantic with moderate weather in all sections west of the Mississippi River Missouri weather will continue moderate modera te tomorrow Increased cloud cloud- cloudiness cloudiness ness followed by rain or snow lat...

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City May Extend Limits in Spring [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I CITY MAY EXTEND LIMITS IN SPRING Council Takes First Step Stepto to to Bring Matter Up in Next Election Extension or of the Columbia city limits so as to include persons en enjoying fn en- enjoying city improvements but who are ar not now subject ct to city cHy taxa taxA- taxation tion was considered by the City Council in its meeting last night and the th first t step Rt n was taken to bring brin the th matter up at the regular election elation ion in tn the spring sprin After some discussion the Coun Coon Council cil dl approved d the motion of or J. J W. W Bernard B that the mayor appoint a n special committee to investigate and andreport andreport andreport report at the next meeting m what sections should be included in the proposed extension

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Sled-Auto Hitching Forbidden [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

Auto Sled Hitching Forbidden The street committee of the City Cis Council COUDell at the meeting of that body last night reported vio lations of an ordinance forbid forbid- forbidding ding the hitching bitching of sleds to au au- The matter was re referred re- re referred to the chief of police pollee who mho ho was as authorized to advertise adv the ordinance The council comment comment- commented ed Cd Upon pon the fact that such uch hitch hitch- hitching hi tog ing 1 not only endangers the lives s of the sled riders but might make mak the automobile owner lia liable 11 ble for damages in case se of ac ac- ac An appeal was made that parents forbid their th ir children from tying their sleds al to auto auto- mobiles

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King's Condition Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I WI WIKING'S KINGS KING'S CONDITION UNCHANGED I Morning 1 Bulletins Are Now Being BeIn Iq Omitted LONDON 8 The UP The ten Js im Im- improvement Im- Im provement of or King ing George has pro pro- progressed progressed gressed greased to the stage where his phy phy- physicians are omitting morning bulle bulle- tins I In the absence absen e of An n official bul bulletin bul- bul bulletin letin leUn this morning it was learned from front authoritative sources that King Kina KinaI t I I George spent a good night and that i i his condition was unchanged

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Health Budget is Approved by County Court [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

HEALTH BUDGET I IS APPROVED BY BYI COUNTY COURT I for Six Months Is Provided for fo Local Unit U ni t 1000 FROM COLUMBIA Funds for Nurses' Nurses Train Train- Training Training ing Center Not Yet Yat 1 Announced The budget of ot the Boone County Health Unit for the first six months of 1929 as approved by the County I Court was announced this morning through the office of ol Thad B. B Hick Hick- Hickman Hickman man county clerk Funds amount amount- amounting amounting amounting ing to are provided for The funds coming from the coun coun- county county county ty for this period are 1250 This it was pointed out is no i larger a sum awn than it was necessary to expend be before be be- before fore lore the formation of the present Health Unit system The budget as it stands does not include funds for the maintenance of the nurses nurses- training center which lias Jas ien pei operated o t. in jp connection with pith Ithe the Health Unit Judges or of the County Court said this morning that...

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Inspection of Papers Begun [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

INSPECTION INSPECTION O. OF PAPERS P PERS BEGUN B Witnesses and of Roy Creed Estate Start tart Work I Witnesses and appraisers of the estate of or Roy Creed began their th lr In Inspection In- In InsPection 1 of the former sheriffs sheriff's books and papers paper this morning following the t he naming yesterday of the Boone County Trust Company as admin admIn- administrator admInistratOr administrator Or by Arthur Bruton judge of the Probate Court I Witnesses 8 to the examination are art artI Sheriff Clyde Clyd Ballew Alex Bradford I and W. W B. B Nowell I Indianapolis Flier LandA Land Here H rf Ned Bottom of ot Indianapolis I landed at the Allton Aliton Airport this morning on the way from Boon- Boon Boonville ville yule to Indianapolis Immediately Immedi after aft r having his hj plane serviced iced he took off Mr Bottom is the owner ovner of Neds Ned's Brake Service Garage of Indianapolis He Iff to Boonville to pay his hla hisa a mother another a visit t. t

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Caulfield to be Sworn in next Monday Noon [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

I CAULFIELD TO BE SWORN IN NEXT MONDAY NOON Ceremony to Be Held Heldon on Grand Stairway in Capitol AMPLIFIERS TO BE USED Several Thousand People Can Be Accommodated in the Rotunda JEFFERSON CITY Jan 8 UP A A joint legislative committee was v.-as I-A I to complete plans today for the tIe In tn- Inauguration inauguration of Henry 8 B. Caulfield as u Missouri's thirty-seventh thirty governor next Monday at noon The inauguration of ol the new gov gov- governor governor emor and the other elective state of officers of- of officers Beers will wIn be held at the top tol of the grand stairway leading from Irom the ro rotunda ro- ro rotunda rotunda of the Capitol Plans have been made for SOO seats sea ts in the ro ro- rotunda rotunda ro- ro rotunda of the Capitol to care for lor the members of the General Assem Assembly Asa m- m bly Wy and distinguished d guests It Is Js estimated hat list several thousand per per- persons persona persons sons sona can oan be accommodated in the corridors o...

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Application for License Tabled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929

APPLICATION FOR LICENSE TABLED I Right to Operate Public Dance Hall Withheld by Council The application of Mrs Blanche Jameson 6 Woodson Way for a li license u- u cense cease to operate a public dance hall hail for the coming year was tabled by bythe byth bythe the th City Council last night This action was taken after conference with ith the city attorney Howard F. F Major who said that in his opinion the dance hall hail operated by Mrs Jameson in the rear of her resi real residence residence dence could be declared a public Three other applications for licenses license were passed It was recalled that last summer numerous complaints were received from Hendrix Hall students who said that they were unable to study because of music m lc from Mrs Jame Jame- Jameson's Jameson's Jameson's sons son's dance hall hail Owners of property adjoining said Aid that they were ere dis disturbed dis- dis disturbed by the dance music also I During the winter the hall ball is 18 en enclosed en- en c...

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