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C. A. Patton of Fulton Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

r C. C A. A PATtON FATTON OF BUS I Death Follow Yellowed That of b y Week Almost at the tho precise hour a s week reek after the death of L. L L. L hi his 1 partner Charles A. A Patton of 0 Ful Jul ton 61 81 old died at hU his horn yesterday The shock caused by his partners partner's death is believed to have brought on the illness ol of Pat Pat- Patton ton who took sick a day after Mr Colletts Collett's funeral Mr Patton had been in the book and stationery business in Pulton for three sixty years He lie and Mrs j. j Patton celebrated their golden wed wedding ding anniversary in ft December Beside his widow he is survived by three daughters Miss Grace Orace Pat ton city editor of the Fulton Pulton Dally Daily Sun Gazette Miss Mabel Patton of Fulton and Mrs M. M O. O Scobee of XI Paso Tex

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Bar Assn. Banquet Postponed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Bar Aun The Boone County Bar Association postponed its annual banquet which was to have been held at the Tiger Hotel last 1st night on account of th the death of Mrs Ella J. J Dinwiddie Dinwiddle mother of W. W M. M Dinwiddie Dinwiddle A maui mem ber of the local bar association A date has not yet been set for th banquet but it is ii expected that it will be held soon as the annual election of officers is held in con connection with it It

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J. H. Boothe Ill [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

J. J H. H Booth in 10 J. J H. H Boothe deputy sheriff haa iu been ill at et his home Melbourne Melbourn Street with influenza since ino Satur day

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Looking for Rooms Many are listed in the FOR RENT column of the Missourians Missourian's WANT ANT ADS If you cant can't find something that suits StIltS your needs then invest in a little ad yourself and watch the replies come in In Whether You Want Tant to Find a Room or Roomer The Missourian Is Ready To Help You CALL 55 USE Daltons Dalton's Coal Tried Proven Economical ILLINOIS COAL Dalton Coal Co 10 1 t I W I a I c u I dir b f J located L r L Room Th The t Park hotel U is lorat cd at front from w Wa 5 a delightful JO I 1 minute ri down 3 13 to L r rj town YOU tOO hOve have all advantage of o j cr day location the noise of downtown U is mining Suites Suite And excellent appointments thi ron ron- from attractive furni n. n the 7 7 to 12 firm hier the per day ant the firt class lining dining room operated l. l hotel management I hear have hate n strong appeal to 4 discriminating mating traveler PARK JARK HOTEL Broadway Kansas Cit CIP Mo p r I t F i a Missouri Want ant Arts Acs give ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

SIX tX THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN TUESDAY JANUARY 15 1929 1 L- L Agricultural and Rural News 1

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Grows Grain Only for His Own Use [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

ROWS GRAIN ONLY FOR HE IllS OWN USE f. f G. G Edwards Is Solving Farm Problems for Himself J. J G. G Edwards Edwis of near Sapp is ne farmer that has just about the current farm rann problems for On his farm of ninety five acres Mr Edwards plans to grow only enough crops crop to feed the livestock be raises Thus he need nero not riot worry about the marketing of ot bulky gram and irid nd forage crops but can market the be produce of his farm on foot Labor problems do not bother Mr l Edwards dwards for lor with the help of his two sons Robert 12 and Harold 17 he is able to accomplish h all the work necessary to keep his farm in operation Hogs Bogs and poultry artS art the principal money crops on the Edwards farm Mr Edwards converts his yearly corn crop into pork which he ships to the th city market The poultry flock under tinder the supervision of Mrs Irs Ed Edwards Ed- Ed Edwards Edwards wards nets a regular weekly income from eggs which are sold in Co Co- Co- Co lumbia All of the ...

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Huntsdale [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Huntsdale 1 i Mr and Mrs Delmar Coleman and ions and Miss Viola Grant were re- re recent recent recent cent visitors of ot Mr and Mrs Alex Mex Hunt i J. J H. H Moreau received a message Thursday that an aunt Mrs Eliza Eliza- Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth beth Herron of Englewood died of influenza and pneumonia Mr Burns of Clark recently rec visited J lila his daughter Mrs Christie Burks i j Oral John was the guest of Mr 1 and Mrs Turner Haden Thursday night i Mr and Mrs J. J L. L Boggs Mrs Te Te- Teresa Teresa Te- Te Teress resa ress Daly Mrs Teresa Wood Charles Andrews Mr and Mrs Vic Vie Roddy I Paul Maxwell and son John are convalescing from influenza 1 I J. J H. H and William Moreau shipped five hogsheads of tobacco to Weston Thursday Miss Mary M. M Daly of Columbia was here Sunday visiting her par- par I Arch Daly lost a valuable milk cow last week B. B H. H attended d the Ed EdWhite EdWhite EdWhite White sale near McBaine Friday Williamson Sutton Button Joe Strawn Strain Otto T...

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Centralia [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

7 Centralia The Rev Arlie Hunt of Perry spent a few days here the last week F. F M. M Owings of Clark was as a busi busl- business i ness ns visitor in Centralia Saturday Mrs Sam Breid Br ld and sons Law Law- Lawrence Lawi LawTence i t rence Tence and Maurice returned home d. d F Thursday from Sedalia where they thE l' l visited Mrs Breid's brother M. M O. O i i Thomas Mr and Mrs Grover McCullough j of Jefferson City were week end H guests of relatives in Centralia t f Lawrence Breid left Thursday for fori i his home in Hardin Mont after U it spending the holidays with his par par- parents parents parI I Mr and Mrs Sam Breid Hi Mr and Mrs Turner Hulen and i Mr and Mrs Harry Stalcup were in Moberly the first of the week to see I r Frank McColley who is in the boa hos- hosi hooI I i pital pita i The Chance Company received a aI I carload of steel from Illinois Monday I l. l 1 for lor the punch press department I i j Emmett Crawford of Excelsior i. i I j Springs was waa a Centralia vis...

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Missourian Correspondent Ill [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

i j i Missourian Correspondent Ill III IIII i I Miss Nina Rowland of Centralia correspondent for the Missourian is sc suffering from pleurisy I

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Rocheport [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Rocheport Roche port The h League ua ue of the t h Metho Metho- Methodist di list dist t Church held aId 1 its u s month moot social Thursday day night at the Methodist l Church W. W H H. DeWitt of Kansas Kan as City is isi i here l his son W. W W R It DeWitt It t. t William V Angell gave Ran a dunce Wednesday evening at 1 I I The following attended Harry I wall Miss Jane Nathan C. C Miss Mary Frances la Frank rank F Miss l Lila Pearl Chapman and Edward Hourigan

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Hallsville [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

i Hallsville al II J t Mrs Fred Welch elch and Charles were l r shopping in HI Colum Columbia bia bla Mrs Jane Castle left lert TU's dav for Columbia to be with her daughter i I Mrs Charles Chandler who is s ill HI with the flu Austin Brown and son of et Texas were here Tuesday visiting the th fIn fam- families f In Illes of 01 Henry and Tons Tom Brown Bron i Catherine was in Co- Co Columbia lumbia Tuesday on business Mrs Ir George Chandler is ill Mrs Robert Armstrong Armstron was in inI I Centralia Wednesday on business Mr l and Mrs David Chandler Chandle and Charles C. C were in Co Cu- Columbia lumbia Monday l j I Miss arnie anlue Kemper K is ill i Mrs Jestine died here January January 8 Funeral ser ser- services st r- r rn vices n 5 ere v conducted at the Metho Metho- Methodist ho- ho hochst dist Church Thursday Thur day afternoon and andI I I she was buried bUrled in the Mt l Zon Zoni i Cemetery ry Mrs tr Minervia ia Pus returned t rt home Tuesday from Columbia where she sheI h ...

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Sturgeon [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Sturgeon Mr r rr and aud a d Mr 11 Mrs Clyde Cl dp Biswell of ol lt r vrr fr t ltd hm here l lf j t y tL t I il l s of o Roy Hey RO Hos s. Banu-s. B Barts s. s Mi ii l Vrna Vi nt Tucker Tuck and V 1 i. i it r el lr C. C Centralia nt rala spit PI t Thursday day 01 1 uh lh Mr and Mrs IC rr B. B R. R 1 Mrs M L' L G. G A. A Laxton suffered severe tr bru u. s about the lac la when v hen she loll It'll 1 11 Ll LI t tit ti l' l lava ii at her home in r. r lil ri L H yn nci nd Pillard shipped a car of cot corn to I ii b t Term last t Friday Mr 11 rd will ship several s more Inore ear car el cl 1 corn tOI to Tennessee lUle Se this month and iut Lee Le Barnes I bought twenty stock tock hOts hc s tins this t 11 week ik Irons from Gordon Law Law- at 8 2 1 l- l 1 tIltS cents Cf a S pound p and andt tui t 0 brood v. v Irons front Noah Barnes Barnest at t 25 S a load head Hamilton Brothers r of Mexico I xico wire wr-re Vt re in tins Wednesday day buy- buy buying in ln ing They purchased d one from...

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Extra Police for Crowds [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

EXTRA POLICE FOR CROWDS RO tit St t. t Louis and K C U. U Officers Aid in Capital City ity Inauguration JEFFERSON JEFFERSO CITY Jan 15 la UP 1 The The Th Capital City police force was vas augmented by more than two dozen members of the he t Kansas City and St. St Louis police departments d for forthe forthe forthe the inaugural ceremonies Capt ewton V. V Reynolds and A. A L. L Woodley of the traffic division of the Kansas City police department were here in charge of often often often ten traffic officers to help hell handle the crowds crow Chief Clue of Police Joseph Joeph Gerk of St. St Louis Louts brought brou ht a dozen men to the capital capi They included several veral plain plainclothes clothes c men who were w re on the for pickpockets in the big inaugural ral crowds

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Saturday School in Huntsdale [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Saturday v School in Huntsdale School was w s held Saturday in Hunts Hunts- Huntsdale Huntsdale dale to make up for the loss of a day d y in the last week c.

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Example of Farm Accounting Method [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

Example of Farm Accounting Method D bate Date te teU U Amount Kind Pries Prica crops LI LIt Livestock t tok Feed ITEM ITE Recd PaId Reed R Pa Paid Id Hed Paid Hot Bot J Jan n. n 10 o Sold 2 doz Ef gS t 5 1 CO 00 SI 51 00 Jan 11 1 t Sold Cream or gal tO i Jan 12 Bought Corn 90 Mr bu 9 eo 00 Jan 15 is Sold Oats Soc bu soo i. i I 1 Enter all items of ol expense or receipts in amount anlO column Total to be Of carried forward foz A simple simI system of bookkeeping showing how farmers fa may tart start a aby system by of or 0 accounting for the basis ba j jot O 01 analyzing their farm ann problems an an- ani a is i i is explained in iii the following j paragraphs I A better system of course cour would offer a more specific 51 memorandum j j i For instance instead d of three gen gen- geni tn i oral eral column heads crops livestock 11 I and feed fe d as a illustrated near the hp t top lor or 01 the chart many other snort more ape P- tine the heads may be used us d. d Such Sueh as a cattl...

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Barrymores on Honeymoon [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I on Honeymoon Ii I i i I z- z tA- tA ii iiI I Il l wH I w c. f f S t fL I i John Barn r mit lor md 1 ul his hs h ride bride Dolores Costello started darted from Holly Holly- Hollywood wood nod en cn a WIit lw t d d Ito 1 rn won ton the other oth r day da They are art shown shon aboard the Virginia as thee h ha t Lo Io An t At t Panama they were to board Barry- Barry Barrymore's I mores more s 's yacht Mariner for a cruise through tropical waters aten In all aU two t i month

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I I THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN TUESDAY JANUARY 15 iS 1929 SAGE MOE 1 The News In Inthe the Field of Sport Phone 55 f 55 for efficient Want Ads u. u u. u Salesman Sam By Br Small WI S I a took LOOK OUT OLT VI VIc c YOU j c k T t J I I I f 1 e N III V P BOOY t I T ACCIDENT T f i f t tZ Z i 7 f. f I r I A l I I r f ff L' L T I I Z I ND I 03 iUEN CA fc ac A DULL G I UD I I J J J sg nW fd i i XIT t REc I is JS IT T PATRICIA I I J cli PENELOPE LOpe Lk OR 3 5 rr IT h BOTU BOm OP Of A M. M T L I 5 rC J J J I l' l L I w 10 o U r NTA A AT Oft err MC 4 Freckles and His Friends By B i- i SW GOSH HES GE WHIZ BUT T eRe c ci 1 f E PM TH N e T MI LOW LOW- tte I y LOOK e y i j U a CrY I

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M. U. Favored in Clash with K. U. Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

M. M ilL U. U FAVORED IN CLASH WITH K U. U TONIGHT Show Good I Form Against II RAMSEY BACK IN LINEUP Injured Kansan in ii Shape Again Many Again Many Tigers I May See Service When the University r ity of or Missouri 1 I Tigers Ti ers entertain the University Ulu of o Kansas ks Ja h ks on the t h Rothwell ll I i Gymnasium court tonight toni ht it will willbe willbe willbe be the second conference game lor tor I Ithe the two teams and the second meet inet- meeting ing between the two universities uni s this season In the the- first game with the the Tigers took wok the honors 38 to 31 on the floor of Convention Hall Hafl Kansas Kan as City Cit Dec 22 2 That game was the initial court I I game for the Tigers for lor the present I season but was not a conference It I game The Jayhawkers have ha im ln- improved im- im improved I proved to a great extent since that game judging jud ing from their play pl y last I week against the Oklahoma homa i I The have ha been picked ked by bya I I a ...

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Junior H. S. Five to Play Friday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 15 January 1929

I I I I It I i I I t i I i I j I 1 I I i IJUNIOR JUNIOR H H. H S. S FIVE TO PLAY FRIDAY Team Will Invade Chilli- Chilli Chillicothe Chillicothe Chillicothe for Second Out- Out Town of-Town Game The Jefferson Junior High School S basketball squad is tuning up UI this week for the game with the Chilli- Chilli Chillicothe Junior High five Friday night The game to be played in Chillicothe is the second of their town out fames varnes this year Last Friday they defeated the Jefferson City Junior i iI High 32 16 and they have also won two games from the Hi Y team and defeated the alumni team which is now in the Hickman I High School according to Clyde Ficklin coach I i The remaining games of their schedule sc h dule to be played include I II Kirksville ille Jan 25 in Columbia Centralia Jan 29 in Columbia Uni- Uni University High School Feb 1 Centra- Centra lia ha Feb 5 in Centralia Kirksville Feb 8 in Kirksville Kirks Jefferson City Feb rb 21 21 in Columbia and Chilli Chilli- Chillicothe c...

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