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Will is Probated Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

WILL IS 18 TODAY Mrs JIn rL Maria WIlleD GIftS ives Estate to Children The will in of Mrs Marian Mariah Wilson written in 1908 1108 was probated by Judge Judie Arthur Bruton in tn Probate Court this afternoon According to the will wW after funeral expenses have been paid and a grave mark erected se is to be given liven to a son IOn Barney Wilson A daughter Edna Ss Sa to receive MOO and another daughter Ella Foster Palter and a son Walter Wilson are to receive 1 II each ech The be rest of or the estate is to be di divided cU- cU vided WIed among the following five chil- chil children Ok then dren Stella Wilkinson Edna Fonsec Roper Wilson Kate Wilson and Bar Bar- Barney BarDel Del ney Wilson The will was WU signed by C. C C I. I Wil Wil- aen n and aDd Mary E. E Wilson witnesses but since the making of tie Ue will C. C 1 L Wilson has hu died 8 S. M. M Myers at attested at- at tested tasted to the signature of the dead witness and Mary E. E Wilson now Mrs Mra Mary E. E Crump verified he...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
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Radio Programs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I L Radio Programs I Tonight's Seat Best Programs Program 7 I Interwoven Entertainers NBC to and CBS to 7 I Crystal Gazer and sad 7 I 1 Cities Service nice Hour NBC to and 7 Armstrong Armstrong Quakers NBC to Then Then and Now CBS to and Rapid Rapid Transit NBC to 9 I Hudson Essex Challengers NBC to 10 Vincent Lopez's Orchestra NBC to and WOW Tomorrows Tomorrow's Best Radio Features Copyright 1929 by bj United Press and network 7 I CST CST CST- National Symphony Orchestra and network 8 CST CST CST- wide Nation dedication of the Cascade Mountain tunnel and network 9 CST CST CST- Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra and network 8 CST CST CST- Works of Great Composers and network 9 CST CST CST- CST Re Re Recital cital end Melodrama Program Briefs Briers A Fete of Flowers at Grasse the center for perfume essences and es essential es- es oils on the French will be reproduced by the Evening in Parts Paris group tonight at 8 The entire program will be In the nature of a musical picture with the re...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I Today's By Market y United Reports I East St sc Louis Loab Livestock Hogs holdovers 1560 mar mar- market market I I ket steady to higher Ibs lbs Ibs lbs 1885 lbs Ibs 9 Ibs lbs 1 90 lbs Ibs 7 71 7 pack pack- packing log lag sows sews 7 Cattle calves market steady beef steers ers 12 light yearling steers and heifers flOi lor lOi 1250 1230 beef cows low Jaw cut cut- cutters cutters tEnt and cutter cows 5 7 1825 1825 heavy calves 9 1 ft 12 bulk stockers and feeder steers 8 OT 9 50 Sheep market steady top fat tat lambs Iambs 1650 bulk fat lambs 16 1620 bulk cull lambs 11 12 bulk fat ewes 6 68 8 Chicago Livestock Hogs Hop market active act to shippers and small packers mostly higher top mostly 9 ft market on choice Ibs lbs averages butchers medium to choice Ibs lbs Ibs lbs 1890 Ibs lbs 1925 Ibs lbs 20 packing sows lOWS pigs pias medium to choice 1 Cattle calves 1000 market generally steady on all classes fairly I active light weight steers and light heifers in broadest demand low grades...

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Chicago Grain Futures [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

Chicago Grain Futures Future Open pin j High r I Low l-cl l Close s S Wheat t I L j I I j March 1 17 May i 1204 a July Ji J S SCorn I Corn Com I i I I Ii i March 92 92 12 I 92 May 1 95 95 I 95 95 15 I 95 85 I I July 96 98 1 i 97 I Oats I I I 1 t March i 49 N I 49 tz 49 49 May j 49 50 I 49 49 19 July 4 48 48 48 48 Rye I I I I March i 1 1044 I I 1044 May I 1064 i 1 07 July i 1044 1037 i 1044 I St. St Louis Cash Cub Grain Wheat 2 hard 3 hard I Corn Com 2 white 3 white 89 88 i 4 white I Oat Oat 2 white SIc 3 white 49 r I 4 white 48 I St. St Louis Produce Eggs Missouri M standards in new cases C No 1 country in good cases unclassified 23 No 1 country pullet eggs cases returned lc Ic less Butter creamery cre-amery extras firsts seconds country standards Cheese Northern Twins bricks Poultry Leghorns heavy springers light broilers Leghorns and black and small springs Leghorn hens young geese ducks small and dark turkeys 10 Ibs lbs and over pigeons and squabs 1 reals eals 12 12 14 c Chicago ...

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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I L At the Hospitals I Il University l Norman Edwin Burn- Burn ham barn Henry Byrne Margaret Maraaret AIm AIm- Almstedt and Frederick Wiley WUey were ad ad- admitted adm admitted m t yesterday The following were discharged yes yes- yesterday yesterday yesterday Mrs Lelis Lelia noddy Virginia Kulmus Florence Rhoads Charles Charle Leech Mildred Edwards Chester Cheater and Mrs Margaret Ralston Boone County Coant Fred Menke of Hartsburg and Myr Myr- Myrtle Myrtle Myrtle tle Leonard were discharged yester yester- y ster- ster day

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Sears Undergoes Mastoid Operation [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I Sears Sean Undergoes Mastoid Operation Troy Sears student in the University University sity atty underwent a mastoid operation last night at the University Hospital Sears was admitted d to the hospital Tuesday night and the operation was advised yesterday He rested well welland welland welland and this afternoon was getting along nicely Mr Sears Sears' mother Mrs R R. C. C Sears of St. St Joseph came this afternoon a moon to be with her son

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Richard U. Coombs III [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I I I Richard U. U Coombs Ill IU Richard U U. Coombs a member of the firm of Coombs Bros black black- blacksmiths smiths is seriously ill at his home on Richardson Street of pneumonia

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Seven Army Men Die in Air Crash [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I SEVEN ARMY MEN MENi DEE i IE IN AIR Am CRASH Sister Ship of Question Mark Falls at att J t Royalton Roya ton Pa BURO Pa Jan 11 UP Seven army airmen plunged to their death today when a huge army transport plane a sister Mater ship hip of the record-breaking record Question Mark was wrecked at Royalton near here be re Five of the men in the plane were killed instantly and two died at a hospital Robert Angell pilot of the ill fated ship died in the Harrisburg hospital Private Mike Mite Kelley 28 of Washington D. D C C. O. O I also died cUed in a hospital here The other dead were identified as asI I Privates Samuel P. P Jones Clarence t E. E Birch and Sergeants Rudolph I Henry HelU Cronin and McCar McCar- McCarI I thy Patrick Patrick Conroy a private in the theair theair theair I air service was wu in a hospital ital here Attaches said there was practically no hope for his bla recovery The crash occurred only a few minutes after the plane had taken off from the army airport at Mid Mid...

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W. C. McCluskey Improving [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

I 1 W W. C. C McCluskey Cluskey Improving W. W C. C McCluskey of 3 Sunset Lane Lanei i who has been confined to his bed bedI who j I since Wednesday following a severe i attack of the flu is slowly ing

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 11 January 1929

If U you JOU want to buy or sell ell some some- something something thing try Want Ads t v Our 1 i Sunday I Special i will be Peach Ice I Cream I Iguaran i ito guaran guaranteed to please please- I i i CENTRAL i DAIRY DAmy I Phones 1300 i A Sunlight Sanitary Factory pw r t l Il I I 4 4 i College i ii i Cleaners J 4 Catering to Student Trade 1 i We dp do expert cleaning and pressing We V c specialize in ini i mens men's and women's omens alter alter- altering altert 1 4 t ing and repairing Work 4 i called iii for and delivered p 4 Phone 2340 i COLLEGE CLEANERS i S. S Ninth 4 4 I I Alton's Allton's 1 i ii i Fender I 4 AND AND I Body Repair Repair I Shop Dented fenders will ill be bei straightened ned repaired and i refinished like new I DAMAGED BODIES Smoothed Out and Refinished in DUCO by i Expert Workman who specializes in this kind of i automobile repair Have Hae your old car re re- refinished refinished finished in DUCO DUfO Rea Rca Reasonable Reasonable price Ask For Estimate ALL...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

THE COLUMBIA COL MISSOURIAN FIRST TWENTY YEAR EIGHT PAGES COLUMBIA MISSOURI SATURDAY JANUARY 12 LAST EDITION EDITION NUMBER NUMB ut ii j

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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Ebe The Way of 01 Our World I A ton and a half bait of alfalfa a hay bay recently shipped by parcel post pot vu M Physical man IB ii on i the decline at till age aae of 30 say Y government off off- lid lid- p the Pathe II 1 an Injunction to the th censorship of O sound plc- plc ureaL ture Congress i l 1 considering charging fee for licenses for broadcasting T Henry Ford predicts predicta the time will be done by an all farming corporations A Chicago woman held another's taby by for six days as hostage for a ah At h the New Mew York auto show Great Britain has baS the largest and the aUest car CX Beat Ht of degrees decrees Fahrenheit in inI i r I South Wales has caused several If Homes J to burn bum White women in South Africa will Vote for the first time in the coming coining general elections A girl airl driver in Chicago received foUr lour different summons in one day for careless driving j A Kansas City Kan iran man shot 1 himself jelf while kneeling in prayer in inthe inthe the ...

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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

AND AND SOME HUMOR Wife You think so 80 much of your Poker ter that you dont don't even remember the day we were married Hubby I hI do It was the day af- af after ter w I held that straight flush

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Comment on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

COMMENT COMME ON LIFE LIFE- Mans Man's humanity to man is still sun civilizations civilization's greatest E. W. W Beatty eatty Do what you consider right j-ight what what- whatever t- t ever people think of it It despite its ensure censure and praise Pythagoras

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And some Verse [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

h hAND AND AND SOME VERSE ERSE Truth fortifies It my soul to know That though I perish Truth is Ii so That I stay and range L I do Thou dost not p chance t I steadier step sq I recall rc That t if i slip SUi Thou dost nt n t fall fn 11 I ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH j I

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Daily Round of Schools Made by City Nurse [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

DAILY Y ROUND OF SCHOOLS MADE BY CITY NURSE Mrs Adde Kimpton Has Many Duties in New Position IS AID TO DR SUGGETT Only Here 3 Months She Has Gained Loyalty of Mothers On Wednesday of this week something new was put into the program of Columbia schools Every school day between 8 45 8 45 and 9 15 o'clock each school is visited by either Dr F. F C. C Sug Sug- Suggett gett lett county health officer in charge charae of the Boone County Health Unit or Mrs Adde Kimp- Kimp Kimpton ton nurse Each teacher makes a morning inspection of her which she ha hu been tO to conduct by the city nurse and holds those children about whose health there is the least doubt for this further in in- in On these same morning rounds all children who are returning to school hool after an absence are examined Formerly children who required an examination by Dr Suggett or Mrs Kimpton had to go to the office in the Courthouse Many mothers I Mrs says have phoned I Ito to express their appreciation of the new system ...

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I The Weather I For Po Columbia and aDd vicinity Partly cloudy and colder late tonight and Sunday temperature to about 10 bove For Pol Missouri Partly cloudy to to- tonight tonight night and Sunday colder north por par portion tion tonight and east and south por- por Lions Sunday Bunday Shippers Shippers' forecast Within ft a ra radius ra- ra radius dius of miles mi of Columbia the lowest temperatures are expected to tobe tobe tobe be about as follows North 6 I But Beat 20 South 28 26 West 10 Weather conditions The weather changes hangea are still noticeable for trav- trav travel I el 1 and rapid value changes Tem Tern Temperatures Temperatures were zero sero to 8 above aboTe at t midnight last Jut night In tn Iowa and aDd Missouri and JO 20 to 28 21 above this morning at 7 1 a. a m. m And in other states state there was a rise of more than 30 degrees in seven ven hours There is ta some Ome overcast skies Ikles but snow mow has baa been light and scattered The cold rain of yesterday...

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Lime in Water Best Softener Surveys Show [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

LIME IN WATER BEST SOFTENER SURVEYS SHOW Method Urged Here Is Successful at Co lumbus O. O MIXER AND BASINS USED Precipitate Principle Is Utilized by Standard Equipment Interest in securing a water water-lOf- plant for Columbia has baa brought inquiries as to the method which might be employed Jed to soften lOfteD the water Ih no DO study has been made mad locally this winter r standard led equipment used u is in other cities dUes points towards one gen gen- general general eral process the process the use of lime Urns and anc such other chemicals as may be needed The lime Ume process as used in Co Co- Columbus Co- Co Columbus lumbus 0 O under the direction of Charles P. P Hoover chief chemist t. t th h I I I II i with lime being used as the basis and other chemicals added accord- accord accordIng according Ing trig to the properties in inthe inthe inthe the water which are to be removed The object of softening cording to Dr Herman professor of physical chemistry in inthe Inthe Inth...

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Burk on Inspection Tour [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Bark Burk on Inspection In Tow Tour Virgil Burk deputy nursery nunery in inspector In- In Inspector 8 of the State Plant Board left last night to inspect nursery and greenhouse stock at Kansas City Pleasant Hill and Independence dence clence

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