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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

r E The Way of 0 Our World au t ji in Paris Pam are to be smaller r ever next year it is 18 announced I re is an International action Ve l ve the whale from f m u airplanes weighing not more tD pounds are now being con con- Bulgaria Is l the last of all rt wt nations to perpetrate the mem mm- memory m m- m ory tn Of an unknown soldier per cent of present-day present are successful according I to to JUdge Joseph Sabath of Chicago Nearly persons in the Royal ROyall I Borough ough of Windsor England re- re r a Christmas gift of o coal from iIII t king ator Curtis Is to have a new automobile by a congressional ap- ap when he h becomes vice vice- president ent Fifteen workmen were drowned in Belgium when the car carL lit L which they were riding ran into river rivern Tt ne n Cleghorn Christian Church fIl f Ia la has not lost a mem- mem the last lastrO tor b through death during two rO years ro NO English towns eight and one- one miles mUes apart have been connect- connect connected ed by...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

t AND AND SOME HUMOR f Make Kake it short and snappy cried the city editor Boil it down And when they handed the new p rewrite man the Ten Command Command- Commandments meats ments to try him out he wrote Dont t

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

n COMMENTS ON LIFE LIFE- I A slogan a day keeps thought St John Ervine Are you a good neighbor do you love Jove the Georgian inn next door or the Regency chemists chemist's shop opposite tte or the pollarded lime trees or 01 the adjoining church and elm elmgrove trOVe grove as yourself Do you do as Ju yu would be done by Do the other buildings and the hills and trees and 1 your surroundings near you generally rain gain or lose loee by your presence In short abort have you civilized manners manners- dough Clough Williams Ellis Ellis

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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And some Verse the Trees [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

AND AND SOME VERSE The Trees The poplar is a French tree r A tall taU and laughing wench tree PA A slender tree a tender tree That whispers to the rain rain rain- An breezy flapper tree A lithe and blithe and dapper tree A girl of trees a pearl of trees Beside the shallow Aisne The oak is a British tree And not at all a skittish tree A rough tree a tough tree A knotting tree to bruise A roots deep tree A what keep tree A mighty tree a 8 Blighty tree A tree of stubborn I The pine tree is our own tree E A grown tree a cone tree A The tree to face a bitter bit r wind The tree for mast and spar spai spar spar- sparA A mountain moun tree a fine tree i A fragrant turpentine tree A limber tree a timber Umber tree And resinous resino with tar Christopher Morley i I II I

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Cut in M. U.'S Maintenance Fund Advised [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Cur I IN M MAINTENANCE FUND ADVISED State Tax Commission Sets Sum Below 1927 MANY REQUESTS IGNORED Proposed Budget Pro Pro- Provides Provides Provides vides Nothing for Hospital Here HereBy By a Staff Correspondent JEFFERSON JEFFERSON CITY Jan 9 No NO al allowance al- al allowance allowance lowance is made for the University i Hospital nor for many needed much I repairs at the University of Missouri l and the amount for support and maintenance of the University has 5 been cut under that of two years ye r ago in the budget recommend recommend- recommended ed to the Legislature by the State Tax Commission according to fig fig- figures figures figures ures made public today The crippled childrens children's service which was begun in Columbia by a appropriation of the last Gen Gen- General eral ei-al Assembly is again recommended only The work has gro grown n so 50 rapidly that a request of for the next ne biennium was made to toI I take care of the estimated I crippled d children in i...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I The Weather J I IFor For Columbia and vicinity Rain this afternoon probably turning to snow tonight or Thursday colder temperature 28 by morning lower Thursday For Missouri Cloudy probably rain turning to snow east portion to tonight to- to tonight tonight night and Thursday and west por por- portion portion portion tion tonight colder Shippers forecast Within n a radius of miles of Columbia the low low- lowest lowest low low-j est eat temperatures urea are expected to be beI I about as follows North 16 East 30 South 30 30 West 24 Weather conditions The center 1 I of low pressure at 7 1 a. a m. m this morn mom morning momI mornIng ing was over the northwest north west part of I Texas advancing northeast This I is a bad weather type and in sym sym- sympathy sympathy I pathy with this conditions are al already al- al ali i ready changing northeast as far as asI Missouri Iowa and Illinois In Inmost Inmost I most of the country temperatures I are relatively moderate The early morning ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Columbians to See Inauguration [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

COLUMBIANS COL TO SEE INAUGURATION I Large Local Delegation to Attend Installation I I of Gov Caulfield I A large delegation of o Columbians have indicated that they will attend I the inauguration of Governor-elect Governor I Henry S. S Caulfield and other dee elec elective tive state officers Monday at Jeffer Jeffer- Jefferson Jefferson son I on City The ceremonies will be beI i conducted I f at the top of the grand grandI I stairway leading from the rotunda ol ot the Capital I Political lines will be cast aside during the installation of the new newstate newstate state officials as it is expected that practically as many Democrats from Boone County will attend as mem- mem members ibers bers of the Republican publican ranks Judge I i North T T. Gentry will be among those attending the ceremonies from I Columbia The number of persons attending 1 the inauguration of the governor from drom i this city is always swelled by byI bythe I I the large number of students from the University ...

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To be Buried Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I 1 TO BE E TOMORROW V Mrs Mn W. W A. A Norris Sonis' Funeral to toBe toBe Be Held at O'clock Funeral services for Mrs Minnie F F. Norris 66 wife of Dr W. W A. A Nor Nor- Norris Norris ris yrtl be held tomorrow afternoon at o'clock at the hone home Col- Col College College College lege Avenue The Rev Marion N. N Waldrip assisted by the Rev Luther Wesley We ley Smith will conduct the ser ser- services ser ser- vices ices Burial will ill take place in the Columbia Cemetery Mrs Norris was born at Woodland Woodland- on Aug 17 1862 and nd was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Noah Beasley Bessley pioneer residents of Boone County She moved to Columbia thirty-six thirty years ago Mrs Norris Nortis was wasa a member of the Broadway Methodist Church and belonged to the local chapter of the W. W C C. c T. T U. U She had been in ill health for a long lone time and for the last four months she was confined to her bed Besides her husband she is sur sur- survived survived survived by a daughter Mrs S S...

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Bus and Buick Collide [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

I BUS AND ANDiCK iCK BUICK COLLIDE None Is I. Hurt Hart in Accident Near D Deer er Park Park SU Slight Park bt Damages D. A Missouri Transit bus with ten passengers operated by C. C JOh collided with a Buick touring erf near Deer Park on the Jeffe Columbia City-Columbia highway Monday night None of the occupants o of either car was injured The Buick Bulck was several feet over the black line on the wrong wrone aide side o othe ot of the highway and he was compelled to either hit t automobile or drive the bus bu into a ditch Johnson said He attempted to avoid the accident but could not apply the brakes In time The Buick was slightly damaged The bus was not damaged The identity of the driver of the Buick car was not learned

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Two Cars Burn on No. 40 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

TWO CARS BURN ON NO 40 One Stops Stop to Aid Other and aDd Also Abo Skids to Destruction A Nash Nuh coupe and a BuIck Bulck sedan ledan whose drivers are unknown were destroyed by fire yesterday after after- afternoon afternoon afternoon noon on oh Highway 40 about nine miles east of Kingdom City Neither of the drivers was injured it i Is I said The first car the Ute Nash left the pavement pa and skidded into th the ditch burning immediately The Th driver flagged the Buick and in stopping the Buick also skidded in into in- in into into to the ditch It too caught fire and was destroyed The occupants of the cars caught rides s and continued their journeys Both cars were covered by i 1 ance

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Air in Water Gives Taste; Not Minerals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

1 I AIR IN WATER GIVES TASTE NOT MINERALS I Prof Favors Lime and Soda Ash Softener PROPOSES SIMPLE PLAN Would Like Experimental I Plant to Prove I Effect It is the air in water and not the mineral content that gives it taste and makes it palatable accord accord- according according accordIng ing to Herman professor of physical chemistry in the Uni- Uni Unit University 1 t versi ty of Missouri I Removal of the minerals found in to inI I Columbia's water through a process I of softening would not affect the taste Prof says and if anything would improve it water which has been distilled and then i properly aerated does not taste flat Many cities secure a pure drinking water supply through bottled bot tIed service I the the water having been distilled and aerated before being delivered to toj j the home There is no question but what the water in m Columbia can be success success- successfully successfully successfully fully softened and reduced to an aln aln- DSt st absolute zero degree...

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Asks Berth be Registered [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

ASKS ASK B B REGISTERED Registrar nr Says Sa I 2 Records Should Incomplete Complete Soon S SoO Mrs Irs Beatrice Grubbs county reg reg- registrar regIstrar of births and anil deaths ked this th morning ng that all births In 1928 not note be registered order that th they y may be In- In in her statement to be CC 1 fled fied to the state registrar by Jan JIU 0 Mrs Grubbs points out that rec re-c- records rec- rec records om Of bC births turned in without the childs child's name are valueless Those ThOle who wish further on I this subject Mrs Mn Grubbs said may call her at phone a 8

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King Geroge Has Fair Night [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Geerge Has I aa Fair ii Night LONDON Jan 9 UP An UP An of official of- of official tidal announcement from Bucking Bucking- Buckingham Buckingham ham Palace at 1126 a. a m. m today said that King George had passed a fair lair night and that t there was no chain in his conation The announcement was made mads In lieu of the morning bulletins which the kings king's physicians issued up until yesterday

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Shortage Found in Accounts [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Shortage P wd in Accounts A b CITY Jan 9 UP A A shortage of in the ac ac- account accounts ac- ac accounts counts count of Robert L. L L Brown cashier of the Farmers Parmera Bank of Buchanan County which closed yes yes- yesterday yesterday was found today the state finance department was notified No Ni l charges had been filed against Brown today

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Study Club Meeting Postponed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Study stady Club Meeting Postponed I A meeting of the Social Study Club which was vu to have been tomorrow I afternoon at the home of Mrs H H. I L. L Kempster has baa been postponed d dI I until Jan 17 because of or the funeral lol of Mrs W W. A. A Norris

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Mrs. E. B. Taylor Draws $500 Fine [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

MRS E. E B. B TAYLOR DRAWS FINE Circuit Jury Deliberates Six Hours Hours Another Another I Charge Today A Circuit Court jury after dellb- dellb deliberating I era more Inore than six hours in the chase case of Etta Belle Taylor tried yes yea yesterday yeat t f on two charges of selling in intoxicating In- In Intoxicating liquor reached a decision about 10 o'clock last night of not guilty on the th first count and guilty l on the second count A fine line was as assessed The court this morning began the I trial of o 0 Mrs frs Taylor on another I charge possession of intoxicating liquor R. R R. R Lashbrook federal I agent from Kansas City who pur pur- purchased purchased chased liquor from the defendant was the first to go on the witness stand this morning I In this case R. R R. R Lashbrook and E. E T. T Fisher federal prohibition agents went yent to Mrs Mn Taylors Taylor's home on the evening f ning of Oct 11 to pur pur- purchase purchase chase liquor Lashbrook testified He said that ...

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Professors' Skit Features Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

PROFESSORS PROFESSORS' PROFESSOR SKIT S-SKIT SKIT I FEATURES DINNER I I Baptist Banquet Is At- At Attended AtI Attended I tended by 75 75 Fulton Fulton Pastor Speaks I Prof Lloyd M. M Short of the Uni Uni- University University University as year old Marjory and andI I Dr Kenneth I. I Brown of Stephens 1 College as year old Jack were I the principals of a short skit that featured the mens men's banquet of I the Baptist Church at the Baptist Student Center last evening Dr I B. B F. F Hoffman professor of Germanic I languages at the University super- super supervised supervised I it I The Rev Re L L. W W. Smith announced Baptist Church at Fulton chal chal- challenged challenged the men to be active work work- workers I ers era in the church If the churches I of Christ are to do what are ox- ox expected x- x of them every man must do dohis dolila lila his best beat he saM 4 The Rev ReY s S A organIzation organisation among the church Another be in February

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Stephens Fund Reaches $23,450 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

NS ST FUND 4 RE CHES Report 1550 d to Noon oday A A. A. A total of of 1550 had been sub sub- subscribed scribed up to noon today in the active solicitation campaign to com cons complete complete the 50 drive ve for tor ollege o lege being conducted by the imer r of Commerce This amount was waa by three of the four foW committees committee carrying on the campaign The three committees made only I partial report and the fourth com corn comI cornI I h ha ade no report L t The total amount subscribed to date on the campaign is leaving lea yet to be raised two Twenty subscriptions were made yesterday for lor an average of 70 10 each At mU rate It Jt will be necessary to have 39 more subscriptions to com corn complete complete the drivE The tul r and the amounts contributed since active solicitation was begun bel are George Barkwell Peck Drug Company W. W C. C Abe Ridgeway Jno Jn M. M Bright Hayes Ita Hardware Company Eugenia B. B Gentry C C. C W. W Digger 75 Heath 75 75 W. W H. H Goldsbe...

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Postal Receipts Are $178,365,38 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

f POSTAL Iks RE iS-A-RE ABE Aa mutt J Local Office 8 Gain Gala Over Oyer 1887 Receipts Receipt at the local Postoffice for 1928 1028 stowed showed an increase of 12 12 over the gross receipts of 1027 1927 Total r tet for the year were 1 No extra torn was wu used during December the waviest month of the they theyer year yer y beu beCa of the he Christmas matt mall I ee regular carriers and regularly employed were w re abl to handle the rush by I working over we

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Charges Against Amelung Dismissed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 9 January 1929

Cham Chalpe Against ast Dismissed LIBERTY L M Ms Me Jan 9 D UP Charges against Julian Amelung Amel former head tte tl music department at William J tU College were dis dismissed missed ye he made good gooda a 5 check cheek m wIs was waa made pay pay- payable payable able to the Clay Cia County Oil Com Com- panY

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