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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 1 Cent a Word a Day 6 Days For Sc a Word Phone 55 I L columbia U ta a anber De Association of News News- N w. w of ot The Advertising Man- Man Piper leading newa news include includes which rs throughout the country tr and pen the elimination of at for f itt It situ aim and misleading classified clarified The Columbia SIDI other mem- mem every wen well as 58 meni as Isn Association endeavor endeavors to the bel b r truthful Want Ada and 4 5 only ani having ita Its attention Sled will appreciate advertisement ment not con- con conto coni to any aY an standards of to the t i minS DI t j G. G BABB B Investment Securities Tiger Tifer Hotel First Mortgage vat TM 6 c Bonds M III-M Exchange change Nail Bank phone 1862 G G. G H. H WALKER V i KER CO o oSt O. O St. St Louis Ioui Mo INVESTMENT SECURITIES bers New York ork St. St Louis Ioui and Chicago Stock Exchanges val values val val- Knowledge as to Investment ues ties of high class stocks and P bonds resul...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

AI THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN MONDAY JANUARY 14 1929 I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Several Divorce Cases Heard [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

SEVERAL DIVORCE CASES HEARD I Court Examines Charac Charac- Character I ter Witnesses Witnesses- and T j i I Plaintiffs I A number of divorce cases ca were w were rp i J-eard J in the Circuit Court of 01 Judge i iH H U. A. A Collier this morning The first case ca was Beulah Daly Dal applying for a divorce from Clan Clarence nee Daly Testimony of the plaintiff and a character witness wa wn heard The principal ground was intoxication tion lion Testimony of a character w ss S and the plan iff lff Frn Ern Ernt sf t 17 against amt Phoebe M Maze lZ ze w was Wa is also abo h- h hard liard ard J. J D D. Head Read gave t in an- an plying tor lor a divorce from Roda B D- D liz lie lo loHead Head Bead Two character witnesses s. s ps a aiso o ogave ogave gave testimony Th The couple v- v married in 1908 Head declared that th t his hb wife his Wife fe left him without a word in 1926 Johanna Horrocks Horrock Boor Boo County Hospital nurse nur sought a divorce from her husband Ours Giles Edward Ho...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Stephens Fund Reaches $27,075 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

STEPHENS FUND REACHES Chairmen Say Support of Large Property Own ers Is Lacking Business property owners of Columbia Co Co- lumbia were publicly cited today as I being the cause of the Stephens Col Col- College College lege fund lagging to the extent that it has according to statements made by the four chairmen of or the com corn committees committees canvassing the business dis dis- dis islet The chairmen were of the opinion I that the lack of support on the part I of these large property-owners property is I the chief cause of the campaign being In the state that it i is Their I opinion C was given liven after fter a a a. complete of one district and a partial canvass of the other three netted n ttE-d ttE I only of the proposed i This total Includes 1200 from front the j i I I i Herald Statesman Publishing hing Com Com- Compan Company pany pan and from the Dalton Coal Company The TIle statements from the the- four fourcha chairmen cha rm n ar arTom art arc Tom McHarg McHan chairma...

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KFRU Does Rebroadcasting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I DOES Df J 1 Sends lends Out Program of St St- 1 Joseph J ph Station i I the th Stephens College e sta- sta stai I i f tion and at St St. Joseph have formed a 1 two-station two chain all of i their own Yesterday st Y the t h new I chain was w heard for the theo first ft first t ti I i time Following sj special ecial arrange arrange- arran l i f I made bv by both stations I I received Cd bv bs radio the program broad broad- broadcast broadcast cast ca t bv by KI yesterday afternoon and antI rebroadcast it it Listeners r said that it s seemed to be bf bei bea n i a suco suc s and many of them said slid h hey Isey v could not tell pH t whether they th y were we L to K EQ or It is panned t that the stations will broadcast t each eich ch Sunday after after- neon n M Mt Next 1 t S Sundays vs v's s program will willbe willbe willbe be dedic rt dedic-d-rt f t rt rl to h listeners s. tene-s tene later Ia it is i t hou i t that thit t t may Y nr sonic some of o the fea- fea feat tuns tures t...

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Aged Centralia Man Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

i AGED I CE M DIES tilEs i Peter P VI rs i 4 R 1 ncr nf There Th rr I Jl J.l. i. i t cf rf A An Ay iv v C it len I 1 Peter Mi fl r 11 who has lived rd in ha Ion lonT T r t tian ian an an any other othI citi- citi I en cen en died d d last lait nii ni night ht at 10 o clock He us was w s 81 years od and had moved to Centralia irons from Illinois in 1868 i He lIe le is survived sur by bv his wife wire and b by j 1 four daughters Mrs Irs Newman Bug Bui Bug j i Mrs tr Thomas Cha Ch Chase e Mrs 1 Bertha E pp and M Miss fiss ss Lw Lucy v Marshall and one son Oliver I Marshall all of i Centralia He H had 26 grandchildren grandchild Tn I Funeral services will be held at atthe atthe the Methodi t Church of which wh ch he lie hei i was a member r at 2 30 o clock o'clock to tomorrow to- to tomorrow morrow afternoon with the Rev RE REW W W. WJ J J. J n kox officiating Burial will willbe willbe i be at Centralia C ia

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Miss Helen Civill Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

j f I I Miss lis Helen ivill ill Dies Dif's I Miss Helen Civill ill d daughter of P P. PM M M. 1 Civill ill St S1 Louis died at her home at 2 30 o o'clock LoUiS II i j yesterday afternoon Mi M Miss Mis s s Marie Mane 1 Civill Clvin i a junior in the School of I j of the University Uni was called to her home last Tuesday ewing to the serious illness of her h r I sister

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Hallsville Bank Elects [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

HaIL Rank Bank Elects D D. B B. Carpenter s wits elected cash cash- cashier ier and R R. H It Wilhite assistant cashier of the th Bank of at the election which was held last Tuesday Those who were elected directors are W W. F P. Robinson W W. WP P P. Maddox J 1 J C C. C Jones J J. J W W. Hall and D D. B B. Carpenter

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Today's Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I I Today's Market Reports I i By B United teet Pr J 1 i I I i I I l i I tat Last st. st Louis Loais LoJ 5 Livestock tock I Hogs 24 holdovers mar mar- market market ket 15 f 2 c lower pigs weak to lower JoO lbs Ids 86 j lbs Ibs lbs Ibs lbs 8 85 ibO lbs Ibs 90 Ibs lbs 6 75 7 50 packing sows Cattle calves alves 2000 steers stef weak to Joe jc lower beef steers 10 SIO lt t i 1050 10 50 light yearling steers teer and I Hrs heifers 12 10 10 J 12 beef bee cows COW 7 50 low cutters and cutter cows 5 57 I 51 7 1250 heavy heay hea y calves cal oJ 12 bulk stockers stackers and feeder i iI I steers 8 50 o 10 Sheep lambs lower sheep I stead steady top fat lat lambs 16 1625 25 bulk i fat fit lambs 1525 5 16 bulk cull lambs I 11 50 i 12 bulk buik fat ewes 6 68 8 I li I Hogs OOOO most sales to shippers rs and ll packers 10 1 It 0 l c i I 1 lower than fc top lop paid i I for lb Ib weights butcHers I medium to choice lbs Ibs I II 9 03 Ibs lbs Ibs lbs lbs Ibs I 19 I lr packing sows sews 7 80 8 40 pig...

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Scout Executive Presents Plans [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

I SCOUT SmUT EXECUTIVE PRESENTS PLANS Area Will Stress Troop Activities Anniversary Anniversary Anniversary sary Week A A. J J. Gillette local Scout executive executive tive reported for the committee In charge of up Ut plans for the Central Missouri Areas Area Areas Area's s program in inthe inthe the annual Scout Anniversary Week Weck said at a meeting of or the Area lead lead- leaders leaders ers era held yesterday afternoon at the local headquarters that it was the desire this ear year to stress troop activities vi ties that the coming Anniversary ersary Week should be troop- troop centered The Th- meeting meet in which was wac presided over bv by Col A A. A M M. Hitch of Boon- Boon yule ville Scout commissioner for the th Area Arra was opened open d with the Scout oath led by Eagle Scout Howard Calkin of Mexico Mo After explaining the purposes of the meeting to the Scout leaders Col Hitch called upon the th Scout executive to explain the plans drawn up by the committee Mr Gille...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 14 January 1929

Missourian Want Ads give ser Phone 55 I I 1 I 1 I I Now we W have ha Vf a real reil I public stenographic steno teno- graphic system m. m Of et t oar rates TYPEWRITER RITER SERViCE ICE CO II All makes bought and sold 1 17 N N. St St. pi p t 4 i At the Game i Tomorrow Night i if You Will Want to Look Your Best t 1 Be sure of it by having hay hav haying i ing your garment dry I cleaned and pressed PHONE I DORN-CLONEY DORN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING CO COBe Be to good your clothes t. t fi I II I I n. n 5 IA I II n H EVENING 3 p. p m. m r k 1 C 4 i F T 9 t if lr 1 ai I 1 h j if 4 t t O IEDY NEWS YS In I Irwin rn ins in's S with i JACQUELINE N V O ORCHESTRA CHESTRA i Merchants Merchants' tickets tl good goodon 1 rt 1 LII JIlL LI r on this picture f 7 I HALL THEATER y TONI WEDNESDAY TUESDAY HT T U AY WEDNESDAY i 1 WILLIAM FOX gj FOUR SONS is a y truly trul Big Picture Picture 1 r ably one of the best to tobe i r r i he be released leased r this season season- eason- eason and is is schedule...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article (masthead)] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

p THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN TWENTY FIRST ENTY j YEAR E R EIGHT G PAGES t. t S- S CO COLUMBIA UM I MISSOURI M SS JU TUESDAY JANUARY IS 1929 LAS r 1

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The Way of Our World [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I The be Way of OUT Our World II IIA j jA A paralyzed man 69 89 in Riverside tL recently saw an airplane for uie tint first time it A school for training janitors has the efforts of bien opened d OP through III 11 architect in Berlin Tnt The Boy Scouts of America now have lve a branch in the German capi capi- capital capital tal known as Troop No 1 Berlin BerlinA A hen IX owned 1100 by a poultry raiser In It Me recently laid an egg ega I 10 SO and sad a half inches in IDea foes and 7 7 and a half inches long lont Commissioner Whalen of ot New York City believes that present day de detectives de- de I are bashful in the presence of the sleek immaculate crooks of today George Harsh handsome handsom and college student crack pis pis- pistol pistol is- is isto tol to shot bot and alleged alleg thrill slayer went vent on Oil trial today in Georgia G orgia for murder One of the most interested spec spec- spectators spectators spectators at the inauguration of Gov caulfield yesterday was M...

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And some Humor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

AND SD AND SOME O E nl My roommate ate something on the week end e end k-end trip that poisoned him Croquette t te Not yet but heSs he's pretty sick

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Comments on Life [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

COMMENTS OM ON OS LIFE LIFE LIFE- p A wife if is to thank God her hus- hus husband husband band hath bath faults A husband with with- without without out faults faul is a dangerous observer observer- Halifax i Moneymaking Money is a science that can be gained gaind only through exper- exper experience I I lence and E. E A A. Eckart

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And some Erse Evening [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

AND AND SOME SO Evening E Evening gathers er e everything E Scattered by the morning Fold for sheep and nest t for wing Evening no gathers r er thing r Child to mother moth queen to kin kia kii I Running at thy warning I Evening gathers Ra wr t nn I J Scattered by bv the 1101 l run run- II I r p I JAl IES y STEPHENS 3 I I j. j

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Browning Man Captures Corn Show Trophy [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

BROWNING MAN I CAPTURES CORN SHOW TROPHY I Jay Powell Winners Winner's Son Leads in Boys' Boys Competition STATE BOARD GIVES PRIZE I Archie Farmers Farmer's Exhibit of White Variety Ranks First Roscoe Powell of Browning won the state trophy for the grand cham- cham champion champion pion ten ears cars in the Twenty-Sixth Twenty Annual State Corn Com and Grain Show which was as held yesterday at the College of Agriculture The trophy j is presented by the Missouri State Board rd of Agriculture The trophy for the champion ten cars of yellow corn in the show al also al- al also also so went to Mr Powell Harry Chris- Chris ChrisI I Hansen of Archie won the trophy for forthe forthe I the champion ten ears of white corn j The champion ten ears of ot yellow I corn for tor boys was won by Jay Powell son eon of the grand champion winner Winners Vinn rs in iii the certified breeders class for yellow ellow corn were first j prize John C C. C Matheny and son of Miami second Roscoe Ro coe Powell ...

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Hallsville Man on Hoover Ship [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

u. u III Man Wan on Hoover r Ship I Ben Hawkins of United States St ates naval officer was aboard the ship which carried carrid President elect Herbert I Hoover Homer to South America on his hi will good tour He H has re- re rec c twin hern home on a visit His I mothe and father arc Mr tr and Mrs lf J Will III Hawkins Hankins lla r I k 4 A

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

u I The Weather J For Por Columbia and vicinity Partly cloudy to cloudy tonight and Wed Wed- Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday probably snow Wednesday rising temperature lowest tonight 12 above For Missouri Increasing cloudiness snow probable northwest portion to to- tonight tonight tonight night or Wednesday and east and south portions Wednesday rising temperature Shippers forecast Within a radius of miles of Columbia the lowest loest temperatures are expected to be about as follows follows- North 10 East 10 South 18 18 West 14 Weather conditions There was wu not much snow west of the Mississippi during the last 24 K hours but from S J Sto to 7 inches cover the Ohio and lower Lake states sta s The cold wave was WM cen cen- centered centered centered over Iowa owa Minnesota and Michigan Mich Mich- Michigan igan this morning where tempera tempera- temperatures temperatures temperatures tures ranged from 6 to 22 below Zero cold has entered Missouri but mod mod- moderation moderation moder...

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