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Columbian Buys Prise-Winning Dog [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I Columbian Buys Bays Winning Prize Do Dog Del Al Reese of Columbia has baa pur pur- purchased f 4 chased the Irish Setter which woo won first prize at the Centralia Street I Fair two years yean ago lie bought Uw tot animal from Earl Morris of Cen Con The dog 4 i has hai also alIo won WOO otha I prizes in shows mo

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Club Votes App[Illegible] [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

CLUB CL a vans VOTIS Aft I. I ladge 0 by North MarUa Todd Gentry of or M- M f. f tenon non City Seamer Columbia n rae rae- dent ident who to Is returning to this WI city otty to 0 live was waa voted a of appreciation for sin sin- ices Icet rendered the be Kiwanis Club of 01 that city at the night banquet st and aDd program presented by bJ that Thursday night nightA A signed testimonial of the ap of or the Jefferson City club will be forwarded to the Columbia Club of which bleb Judge JudIe OeD Gen Gentry try i. i a member ber

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Three Boys Die in Fire [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

THREE BOYS DIE Dm IN FlU FIRE Fans Near N. F Me Ms fa is fala DeIN Ia la PIe A. A BISMARCK Mo Jan ft I UJ Three small boys boJi were burned to tod death d th late lets yesterday in a fire which destroyed d the home of Mr jy and Mrs Mra Oscar ocar Hicks near Eminence The be dead are Funston lUcks Hicks 1 Eugene EU De Hicks Bleb i J and Calvin CalYin Hicks Ht a. a C t. Hicks IDeta suffered mitered severs severe burns In III to tM the Hicks Ricks and his wits wib went It t I at tile the home of 01 bis only ell yards JardI yur from hsu their lira They re r. returned turned altar after a few tow sad and they found their hone hems on ca tire fire

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

II tf f l f THE MISSOURIAN SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1929 S. S L n u I I THE C COLUMBIA 0 L U M B I A MIS MISSOURIAN SOU R A N I r except pt Bunday by to th 8 Uon Inc Jay Jy H N err ff ff flail 1111 COlumbia Mo nt r d at t th the at t Columbia MoB Mo a. a cIs i matter maUer M mb r of 0 the he th Audit Bu Bu- Bureau Bunau Bu- Bu Burau reau rau of Circulation Telephone Te office general news newa news new a. a z K A. A SOD Manager Item marked By fly UP are x u. u d on the th authority of or the th United Pr Press Pr a A. A from which th the thi Ml MIA MIA- receives receive day all news newa service by leased wire SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Bv carrier 4 a year y y r 1 81 for fM three month montha by mali mail in Boone County 3 13 a year 75 7 cents cent for three months month by mall elsewhere r a year 1 23 25 for three months month Snapshots of a Boy Bo His Necktie I I j I c ID 10 E ITTE GURE CH 10 Sf E IF KE HE MP MAYBE HE CN H liE HI LF S SlOE SiDE 0 THE E Nt CM Cl REM ER JUST ro ix LOOt IN ON J...

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Not So Easy , after All [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Not So Easy After All I held the First Nat Nat- National With one of the bandits who up ional onal Bank of Mexico Mo Ma dead with one of his two companions Jailed and with much of ot the stolen etolen cur cur- currency currency rency i-ency Covered the Mexico institution has an op op- opportunity opportunity op- op opportunity to thank its stars that this bit of banditry has bas had a more fortunate ending than many of or those that reach the front page The lesson leMon behind the incident should go RO a long longway longway longway way toward preventing a repetition of such a robbery in a section of the state that because it has ha been n comparatively unsuspecting may appear to the potential pot bandit as a easy

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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What Price New Year Celebration? [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

What Price New Year Celebration Now that Happy New Year is i over we e have the aftermath which aside aftermath of the celebration an an from the fact that its results are arc not as aside widespread ide pread is 15 not unlike that of war ar In a single edition of ot a city paper we wt read of Two Injured Cafe Wrecked in New Year Fight Fi ht of Man tan Kills Friend in N New w Year Party Quarrel of One New Years Year's Celebrator Killed Another Is Injured of Man Manin in Automobile Mysteriously Shot and of or Kills Self Selfon Selfon on OD Dare at New Years Party All of these are very foolish disasters the results of attempts to wish the world a Happy New Year in quite que the gayest and arid the fastest manner possible And some sone- someone someone one pays the toll for the very intensity of the bration Take for instance the man who drank poison po son because a fellow member of his crowd dared him hin hinto to do doIt doit doIt It Is the world any happier for his action actton Is ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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The Peace Ladder [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

The Peace Ladder It is to Senator Borah's Bombs credit that he cleared the parliamentary situation so 0 that the consideration of two of ol the major issues before the Senate the Kellogg peace pact and the cruiser bill could take tak place How important the peace pact is to the American people has haa been disclosed by President Coolidge in his statement that he received thousands of letters from the petitioning that thaL the peace pact be passed pas ed with with- out delay and j I I Between Between the two measures we believe b that the peace p ace pact is constructive but there is much doubt in a I number of quarters as to the cruiser bill We have hae j pointed out that preparing for peace is paradoxical and points point to insincerity The rest of the worlds world's eyes I are upon us and accusing fingers are arc directed towards 1 this country Said David Lloyd Why is Mr I Kellogg building and cruisers He says Thou ou not kill kill but he also says FLU Fill your waist- waist belt ...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Let's Do a Little Walk Cleaning [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

1 Lets Let's Do a Little Walk Cleaning I During this cold snowy weather it is no pleasure for those thole people who do not have cars to walk to and from work or to go 10 shopping People who own cars do donot donot not have to use the sidewalks and seemingly do not notice DOUce the bad condition they are in tn t II It is the duty of ot every citizen of Columbia to keep I the walk walt in front of his home borne as free from snow as possible Not only is 15 it unpleasant to walk through the slush lush and ice but it is 18 dangerous Undoubtedly it is just Juat a case cam of mere neglect because I no BC one would relish rellah having other people fall and pos pea possibly sibly hurt themselves the or get wet feet which might lead to sickness all because the snow and ice were left on 01 o I. I i the walks

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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City of Lights and Shadows [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

t. t 1 City of Lights and Shadows f. f f Smoke Smote abatement is a problem which is being tackled i if f j I by many cities clUes in various parts of the country and one oneL i L Which Columbia will have to face before etore 1 many more i. i winters bring brina their application of soot and clouds of moke lInon l. l I This city has ha been likened to Pittsburgh in that respect t except that Pittsburgh no longer holds the J J 1 dirty town record Smoke messiahs have appeared in industrial cities dUes throughout the nation and have told I 1 the natives how to check the nuisance The results in inmany 1 many cue cases have been disappointing but intensive t campaigns have brought much relief in other places Every winter Columbia gets ta smoked up After a Dumber number of years it becomes easier to overlook the theL theof L of soot filled atmosphere than to protest pro teat against a and end we are inclined to treat the situation lightly use ause use we are no worse off than some other c...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Curious Comments [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I Curious Comm Comments I While women often make mate fools of men they some some- sometimes someI sometimes times UInta make men of fools I

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

We have often oft n wondered what becomes of the old t r. r i discarded straw hats hate and have finally decided d that 1 they must be used in making breakfast food

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

1 Students at Cambridge University England decided by a vote of to W 84 that United States State is not a 1 i menace to the best beat interests interest of the world Evidently they dont don't believe our naval bill bin is going to pass

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

i Ponce de Leons Leon's fountain of ot eternal youth has never ne r f been discovered but some of these modern modem beauty parlors parlon are turning out some remarkable transformations

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Recently eastern prohibition authorities issued a grant l. l I. I to doctors to use as 8 a. a much whisky and alcohol as was necessary to stop the influenza epidemic The number of cases in that section of the country has doubled f

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

When Henry Ford said No boy who hoped to be a 1 success ever saved any money college students became came presidents of ot the United States Slates

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Both Paraguay and Bolivia want peace piece peace piece of each other S S

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Salaries Should be Increased [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

Salaries Should Be Increased There is 15 a tendency t to view any measure for in increased in- in increased creased public expenditure with disfavor but while ef efforts ef- ef forts fort at wise economy in the administration of or public affairs are commendable instances arise when hen the delaying of or an additional expenditure may prove more mor costly in the end The bill which was introduced last Thursday in the State Stat Senate nate by Senators N. N r- r T. T Cave W W. H. H Painter r and M. M Casey for increasing the salary of ot the governor go from front to a year ear and that of or other oth r elective electie state officials from to s- s sone one which ought to br be passed pa sed The elective state officials are about abo the poorest-paid poorest employs employ's of or the tho th state stale Their salaries s were fixed d by bylaw bylaw b blaw law when the th present pre nt Constitution Gon was passed in 1875 and hive have not bern bt increased except for fees allowed for...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

r A son on song that Ls L popular with hobos is Roam Feet Ff et j I Roam

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

There is only one person who can disgrace you and 1 that is yourself

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What Others Say [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I I I What Others Say SayA I IA A Fine Public Service Prom From the thc lh St. St Lu Loti Pu Pot t path With its us final report to Gov 00 Baker Bakr which his lus h Just been published with illustrations of all the work done the Missouri Capitol Decoration Commission ends rs is labors and passes out ol of existence It has been in the t field for eleven and one-half one years year and it leaves Mis- Mis soon probably the th best decorated d public lublic building in the i United States i l It was said of the commission which built the Capitol CapitolS CapitolI I S at Jefferson City that not even the suspicion of graft Kraft I attached to it and the Decoration Commission slon has per per- perpetuated perpetuated that th t fine flue tradition ion It has spent 1 10 j I of which only went for its own expenses The 1 members served without pay ia Prof John Pickard of the th thI I University of Missouri has been throughout hout the life ol ot orthe I the commission its president and Mr Art...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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