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A Coincidence of Importance [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
A Coincidence ot of Importance 11 I r With the announcement um that Bolivia and Paraguay 5 I have bays signed a protocol of conciliation CO to bring brine about 5 I peace pesea and aDd friendship and aDd with the Pan American Pan American con con- conference con I ference Just ended it can be safely tely argued that it was wasa I Ia a welcome turn of fate that the boundary dispute reach reach- reaching S L ing It ri Its highest tide occurred just Juat a few days before the S conference west went to session i f Par For it was early in the morning of Dec Dee 6 I that Para Pars Paraguayan S guayan troops according to Bolivian reports captured I the garrison of twenty five Bolivian soldiers at Fort Vanguardia On Dec 8 I Bolivia severed diplomatic re relations re- re lations with Paraguay and aDd popular feeling ran high in is I I IOa LaPas On Oa Dec 10 the Pan American representatives at al at Washington passed a resolution urging that the dif difference dif dif- ference be arranged d p...
Curious Comments [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
L Curious Comments i If We w. see that editors editon are planning a will good tour of Mexico eo Keeping up with the British editors or the S I S Flub Herbert Hoover defeated Alfred Smith to 87 a 7 at t the recent election eJection by the United States Electoral College CoUt I S. S If It the crescent is II discarded on the th new Turkish nag flag as 95 a planned what whIt advertisers ol o 0 Turkish cigarettes ci aret e. e d 1 o for a trade t. t e sign men t I
Raise the Rest [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
Raise the Rest The Chamber of Commerce Comm drive to obtain a Columbia's share in tn the expansion program of Stephen S ph n College which practically stopped two weeks before Christmas was resumed yesterday We urge those who ho have not already done so 10 to support this campaign Nearly half of Columbia's share has already been raised and the th renewed drive will mill ill continue vigorously until the total amount has been obtained obtain The which has been n given en by two fifty-two contributors Ls l- lin in indicative in- in indicative of the generous attitude of Columbia's Columba's business houses and business busin ss men Property owners in Columbia will be approached by bv members of the four teams They yare The are being approached because they will be benefited by increased property valuations if the drive is successful Columbia is being asked for but quarter one-quarter of the cost of the dormitory which will be the first building in the expansion program This building i...
What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
11 I I I I i I I What Others Say I Imperial By Scott Nearing in The Nation is a symbol In a sense it sums up the relations between the imperialists and China during the past eighty years The rugged steep-sided steep Island of thirty square Quare miles in area vas was taken from China by Great Britain as a result of the First Opium War 1839 1842 Eighteen years later at the close of the Second Opium War a strip of territory on the neighboring n mainland mainland- was Kowloon-was Kowloon was also aso seized by the British Between n and Kowloon lies one of the finest and most beautiful harbors in the world deep derp spacious completely tely surrounded by high hills hiB The Port of ot lies at atthe atthe atthe the gateway of South China To it comes the commerce of Europe the Americas and Asia Although the leland Island I land of is rough and mac inac inaccessible the th British have c done wonders onders with its limited possibilities Docks Dork and arc are ample arci ad mod mod- enl ern...
Whoa, Pegasus! [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
I 11 1 Whoa Pegasus I E Pluribus Unum t Staging Starl Comeback Come k kIt Sometime ago we Ae saw a motion picture made entirely in the cutting- cutting It rooms from bits of old films And the surprising part of the whole thing is that Hut it was as bad as a movie moviegoers movie movie- moviegoers I goers goers had expected it would be and andI jit's I its it's almost unbelievable ic it be beI I that bad Being so bad made it of i course co something of a success Since then we have been on the lookout for similar things I Advertisement Ad we expect to see This is a bock you simply cannot miss The story opens ope in the Eter Eter- Eternal Et r- r nal nab City and you read the mighty t i orations of ot Cicero Clero ero that you haven't i s en since you ou took Latin in high I school From there you are led by bya a masterful transitional transi paragraph linto II into the midst of the second act of oft t Macbeth l through h brilliant sections of of Vanity Fair ir A Childs Child's Garden...
Rural Schools Reopen [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
RURAL SCHOOLS REOPEN Work ork on the th Third Quarter Is 15 Begun raD All rural schools in the county that have been closed because of the S influenza were in session again yes yea yesterday yeat yesterday t rda it was announced by Charles Charlest t t E. E Northcutt county school superintendent S tS tenth The second quarter examinations I have ha Just t bees been completed d in the schools said Mid and the ru ru- rural rural ru- ru rural ral teachers are pleased d with the re results re- re results suits obtained with the us usa of ob ob- objective obI ob- ob objective tests The tests are being beina I tried this year lor br or the first time in I Boone County and so o satisfactory r Ir rE they Northcutt Northcutt reports that the j I third ird R 1 t nd then t n the fi- fi to t ts will st i b hr 11 rul 5 I TI ri tl I i f t I H s i r r. r t d rt ct tc t. J Jie he old essay c a type are mailed to all at I 1 I county superintendents in the state j by the state stat school superintende...
Senator Won't Take Chance [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
I SENATOR SE ATOR WONT WON'T onT TAKE KE CHANCE CHA CE A. A L L. McCawley Stops Journey to Avoid void A Posse or Bandits JEFFERSON CITY Jan 8 cUP UP Senator A A. A L. L McCawley of Car Car- Carthage Carthage thage Usage is not going to take any chances with ith bandits or bandits or a posse either While driving to St. St Louis soon after the Mexico First National Bank was robbed Senator McCawley McCauley was wasS stopped near Williamsburg by a S posse which was searching high high- highways highways highways ways for the bandits Rather Ra ther than take a chance of meeting another posse or a bandit Senator McCawley McCaw ey spent the night in Williamsburg I am Just about as afraid of meet meet- meeting lag ing a reckless group in a pose he said has as as I am in meeting one t of the bandits
Clover Meetings to Start [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
CLOVER MEETINGS TO START First Conference Will ill Be Held To To- Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow morrow in Grant City ity First clover and prosperity confer confer- conferences conferences conferences will be started tomorrow for twelve Missouri counties when O. O T. T I Coleman and C. C E. E Carter soils and crops extension specialists of the Missouri College of Agriculture go goto goto goto to Grant City in Worth County Boone County had its first confer confer- conference conference conference ence last winter whiter and will be having its second meeting this year on onI March 1 in Columbia Wendell Hot Hoi Holman Hotman I man is county agent and local rep rep- representative representative in Boone County while Mr Coleman will ill be the specialist for tor the conference Coleman and Carter will ill continue this fir first t conference commence ence work until March 6 6 at which time they will have cov coy covered covered ered crud the following counties Daviess I M Mercer Knox Adair P...
Old Belieff Still Prevalent [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
I OLI BELIEF BEL STILL PREVALENT PRE I Jan 6 Superstition Causes Varied aried I 1 Forecast by Townspeople Columbia's weather flather will be gov gov- governed governed by the way the wind blew blea on Jan 6 6 or Old Christmas ac according ac- ac according according cording to to an old superstition but bul inquiry among many townspeople brought many varying forecasts I Probably the most accurate fore- fore forecast forecast cast was made by George Lee ne ne- negro negro I gro who said that from his seven seven- ty-eight ty years of observation when the wind changed as it did Sunday Sandal I the weather would be uncertain Two elderly elde men were approached approaches in the Courthouse and they disa lin greed One said the signs pointed I to a long cold winter while the theother s I other a aimed that Sundays Sunday's weather r forecast ta a hea heavy heay y rainfall for spring I Old Christmas originated in the tb I Middle Ages Ag It marked the end endI en l I of or the Christmas sea...
Real Estate Transfers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
l I Real Estate Transfers I Otto Steiner St and wife to H H. V. W Johnson Tract of o land in S' S SE 45 22 10 L L. L I H H. Sap Sapp to William H. H Huh Hulen and wife A. A NEU NE' 49 39 ex except ex- ex except l' l A A. off N. N N N. side thereof 1 J Frank J J. J Jenkins and wife to Hern Hera H H H. Crane and wife 80 A A. A WS W Sec c 23 80 A A. Wj WS W NW 20 A. A NI N NW SW aWl 47 28 1 William H. H Hulen and wife to Flor Flor- Florence FlorS I S ence Willis Lot 27 2 Dysart's Add Columbia Mo 1 William H H. Hulen Ruben and wife to Flor Flor- Florence Florence Florence ence Willis Lot 18 Batterton iV Pem- Pem Pemberton's Pemberton's bertons berton's Sub of Lots 96 06 and Prices Price's Add Columbia Mo 1 Frank Mohr and wife to W W. E E. Edwards et al al NE' NE 8 48 except A A. in SW corner thereof 1500 J. J Temp Berry to Emma H H. Berry Lot 4 Sub Lots 1 to 14 14 Swallows Swallow's Add Columbia also Und Undo 3 1 Int Tnt in Lot 6 Hickmans Hickman's Add Columbia 1 G O. T T. Gulick and wi...
Seldom Seen, but He's in Jail [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
Seldom Seen S n. n Bat But Hes He's in Jail KANSAS CITY Mo Jan 7 UP Despite t Despite the fact that a raiding squad caw zaw him once too often Sunday and arrested him himon himon I on a charge of operating opera a gambling Joint a n negro gro gave his name to the booking ser- ser serI I rant ant as Seldom Seen S n. n and that tha t tas was as the way ay he was finally fin lly booked I
Resumes Work in Boonville [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
I RESUMES WORK IN BOONVILLE I Roy Boy D. D Williams IWama Former stoner Re opens Law Office I Roy D. D Williams who for two years has been a commissioner r of the Ran Kant Kansas sas sea City Court of Appeals AppeaL resumed his law practice in Boonville last las week Judge Williams was selected by the t court on March 4 4 1927 to fill th the the vacancy caused by the illness o 01 Judge Judie Trimble Although his term terre L does not expire until March th thi court has accepted the resignation of o Judge Judie Williams effective Jan 1 1 Other judges of the court praised the work of Judge Williams and ex ex- expressed expressed pressed regret at his leaving Judge Williams is 11 a nephew o oDean oj 01 Dean Walter Williams of the of Journalism of the University
Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
I When In doubt use a Want Ad I I Lost anything Phone 55 56 I I 5 IH TI J RI In 01 IV nIB I 4 i S The Columbia Missourian 11 Offers a Booklet About j Home Ho e Plumbing S g r How to fix frozen pipes stopped up pipes leaky faucets and other simple plumbing troubles is told in brief form with complete illustrations i The United States Government has prepared this booklet for the aid of citizens and our Washington Information Bureau will get you a copy for four cents postage and handling cost 11 The knowledge in this booklet may prove of great value to every householder Doesn't teach you to be bea a plumber but helps wonderfully when no plumber is I handy Use the coupon S I Frederic J. J Haskin Director The Columbia Missourian Mb Information Bureau Washington D. D C. C I j I enclose herewith four cents in coin or stamps stamp for a copy of the PLUMBING BOOKLET Name N ante r r. r 1 Street 5 tI City I rJ I 11 I State t t I II I I lib i 6 J
Inheritance Taxes Increases [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
INHERITANCE TAXES INCREASE i State Total OYer ss Two MillIon tram from St. St Louis Lelda JEFFERSON CITY Jan 8 UP The The tate State treasurer and the ney general collected inheritance taxes tau during d 1928 1828 totaling as u against 1 in 1927 1827 A big part put of the tax came earns from S St St. t Louis the amount reaching 2 12 In the Ute preceding year the tax was waa Jackson County with Kansas City included paid d a tax of In t 1927 1121 and in 1928
Three Babies Die in Flames [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
THREE BABIES DIE IN FLAMES I I Oklahomans Escape Fire as Their r Children and aDd Roomer Boomer Burn HARTSHORNE Okla Okia Jan 1 t UP U Three Three babies and aDd a young man lost their lives here her Sunday night in a fire that destroyed the t thome I home lome of Ben Cales Hartshorne b foundry owner The parents of or the babies Mr and I Mrs Ben Cales were w re injured in es escaping es- es escaping caping from the flaming house Cales was burned critically and his wife wite was lias injured when she leaped I from rom a second story window Just Justas as the building collapsed Albert 23 a roomer room r at the t home was the fourth th person to lose los i his life Ufe
Creed Death is Tragedy, Says Paper [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
Creed Death Is Is' Tragedy y Says Paper r The tragedy of politics is illus illus- illustrated illustrated rated in the ending of the life of ot t tRoy Roy Creed says the Jefferson City CitI f Capitol News When a man holds hold a I office and finally finds himself di dl divorced di- di divorced from the Job he too oft be be- comes discouraged and despondent and not infrequently one takes his own life Ufe The sheriff of Boone County was a popular official and a highly respected citizen That he decided to end his life lire when his job ob ended Is another one of ot those unexplainable mysteries n sterie that the fu fu- future future f U- U ture tune alone can solve
Asks to Buy Phone Company [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
Asks to Buy Bay P Pone one Company JEFFERSON CITY Jan 8 UP Permission to buy the Wright County Telephone Company of Moun Moun- Mountain Mountain tain tam Grove and its property in Web Web- Webster Webster ster and Wright counties for t is sought in an application filed S with nth the Public Service Commission Co on onby S by bv E E. J J. J Frantz W W. F. F Buchanan S Elsie Elsie Buchanan Grace L. L Frantz an anthe and the Central West Missouri Telephone Company
Jease Vance, 79 Sturgeon, Dies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
Jesse Vance anee 79 Sturgeon Dies Jesse Vance 79 a resident o ol 01 Sturgeon died last Tuesday at the home hom of his daughter Mrs Homer Home at Morganville Kan The Th body was waa sent to Sturgeon where burial took place at the Pisgah h Cem Cern Cemetery Cemetery S the same afternoon Besides Beside Mrs Hattler he is survived by an an- another another I other daughter Mrs Ada Duncan o ot 01 Idena and a son J. J H H. Vance o oj oi Thompson and two nieces Mrs Mn Dora Keith and Mrs Mra B. B B. B Littrell of Sturgeon I
Mrs, Keeley Sells a Prize Play [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
Mrs Keeley Sells Selb Sells a Prize Play PUy l Mrs Mary Paxton Keeley of th S faculty of Christian College has sold sol her one act play The Kettle Sing lug ing to the Walter H H. Baker Com Corn Company pany p p ny of Boston The play was award award- awarded ed first place in the Dramatic Art led Club contest here last year and h has been produced by the Workshop
At the Theaters [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 8 January 1929
I r I I I At the Theaters Varsity Vanity Norma Norms Shearer wins your yourin yourin in A Lady of ol Chance and you wishing that the reels had not r out so 10 quickly qui bae suits starts as aa a a. a ac and her M t is getting fat fat rolls She meets meeta a promising cement manufacturer and under impression that he is 11 rich sets sett tier trap for him After they are ar BW liar ried ned Norma really falls in lot iov J prevents him from being filched filch of 01 a million dollars by two of her han foi fm partners Her husband files tiles for far f parole fro fro prison in his hi and she me is 11 released f Missouri Two of the three vaudeville ad act at this theater are really good and andI ad the other is ii above the average aver R It is to be hoped the management manag ment coo giving this sort son of entertain ment mente The first sound picture to be shown at the Missouri portrays VU YU- YUma ma Banky as a peasant girl who wh j her wealthy lover for a German of The war comes she ...