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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 January 1919

THE EVENING MISSOURI.!, MONDAY, JANTART 27, 1919. Page Four Li liS- m 3 i;'l lf fir ?! hi i . . hi hi IK- VETERAN AUC T TELLS EXPERIENCES. W. Schwabe Has Record of j 2,000 Sales in Boone Countv. western part of the county a young ellow was bidding on some hogs. The mon -ivho were bidding against him were stock dealers, whom the first bidder thoueht must know good stock. i So he out bid the stock men each time. Hut he didn't do it out loud; he let me ! know his bid by winks and nods. The deal was closed finally, but i when I went to turn the hogs over to I the young man, he had gone. He was (Jiscoered at the edge of the crowd, WORK but insis,e(1 that ne nad not bi(1- So tne sale was re-openea. ami ine nogs I.'.i,U.n-.i;n ImMrlonts T?rrrn said at last to the stock dealers for , ' ., ,,r. nure than the sum for which the first salesman to Keep Wits i dorxi was closed. About Him. I "Often the auctioneer is called in at 'administratrix sales where the former "There is no business which of...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 January 1919

"1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28, 1919. 'NUMBER 126 RED CROSS WORKERS GET SERVICE BADGES Committee Completes ,Lists of Awards in Boone County. 800 HOURS WORK Recognize Only Time Spent Since April 6, 1917. The coramittee on . awards ot the !!f.iim Countv Red Cross has iust com pleted its list of persons entitled to Hed Cross certificates and service badges. Hules regulating the award ing of these certificates and badges have been formulated by the national Rod Cross. The minimum service for which a limine, suspended from a blue ribbon fan be given is 800 hours work, dating from April C, 1917. No recognition is granted for service prior to that date. For convenience the periods of serv ice are divided into six months each. For the first six months, with a min imum of S00 hours, each woman should receive a badge with a plain blue ribbon; for twelve months a blue ribbon with two white stripes. In each of these periods a minimum of S...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 January 1919

p? W" ?". "' 1 r r x v. If Page Tito THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit ISureau of Circulations. I'ulillslinl eery cieniuB eicept Sunday l.v ULc Mls-uruu Association, Incorpo rate.!, Columbia, JIo. Vlrclnla UlilB. DJ ktalrt. I'hoiu-s: Ilusliie-s, K; News, ..1. Kntrivd as second class mall matter. Ae-tflitam-e for iinlllui: at M'eelul n,te ,of postage i.rorideU for lu Section lluV, Act of October 3. 1117 authorized s-epteniber Citv: Year, $.!.".; 3 uiontu. $1.00; in.mtli, W cents; cony. 2 ceuts. l!y mall lu ISooue County; ear, $J-Jj; C months. fl.7.1; 3 umnllis W cents. Outside tlje county: l-ar. $1 "; 3 months, JI.it; luuntlt, " cents. If we remember rightly, there is a line of an old song which runs, "Who Ktiards the sacred stream divine?" And it is? talking about a river "miiiio- uhere east of l'aris." china i mm: China is looking forward to the re sults of the Peace Congress with in trust and sympathy. She shares and follows the ideas of President Wilson concerning the League of...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 January 1919

THE EVENING MISfiflURIAX. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1919. Page Three SEVENTY YEARS A COLUMBIAN T W CITY PAYS TRIBUTE TO E. W. STEPHENS, CITIZEN Edwin V. Stephens, in whose honor the people of Columbia will gather tonight to pay tribute on his seventieth birthday anniversary, has been a life-long citizen of Columbia. For more than half a cen tury his name has been prominently connected with every worth while project and worthy cause in Columbia and Boone County. His has been a life of service, not only to this community, but to the state and nation as well. That he has cheerfully and faithfully accepted and performed this service in the interest of public welfare is most ividly shown by the many activities, -listed elsewhere on this page, in which he has been called to engage. It is doubtful if any man in the United States has been the re cipient of more honors, unsought, or whose efforts have .been directed over a wider field of service than Mr. Stephens. Editor, writer, ora tor, builder...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 January 1919

sAt- -. Page Fonr TIIE EYENTSQ JLTSSOURIAX, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2S. 1919. Hi. 1 . I CITY PAYS TRIBUTE TO . W. STEPHENS, CITIZEN (Continued from Page Three) the foreign stopped. countries where he He Led the 3Ioieiiient For Hie Itoone Tatern. For years Columbia had discussed the great need for an up-to-date, first class hotel. It was Mr. Stephens who took charge, formed an organization and put the project through. .Mr. Stephens was chairman of the committee of townspeople who built the hotel. Under his leadership the completion of the hotel was accom plished with wonderful speed. Feb- uiiiry 13, 1916, the Commercial Club met to discuss the hotel project. fund of $20,000 was subscribed. Sep tember 1, 1917, the new $133,000 Daniel Itoone Tavern was opened for inspec tion. , The Daniel Boone Tavern is a five story building with 100 rooms, a hand some lobby, large dining room, a mez zanine balcony artistically furnished us,,i rest room, a beautiful ball room anil banquet room a hotel which ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 January 1919

THE EVENING MISSOUKIAX, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2S, 1919. Page Fire BOITODEBAT E KANSAS TEH HERE Question of Compulsory Military Training Is Subject. TRY-OUTS FEB. 15 Hoard Elects C. C. Tavlor to Coach Missouri Squad. Kansas and Missouri will clash in debate this sprint; over the question. Ki'olwil: That compulsory military tramitij; should be adopted liy the liiiled States." The debate will be held in I'olumbia. The .Missouri debating board chose the negative of the argument at a meeting last Saturday morning. This was in keeping with the custom which permits one school to name the ques tion and the other school to elect its pieference as to the side of the ques tion to be taken. Prof. Carl C. Tay lor was elected coach for the Missouri squad. 1'iofessor Taj lor has had considera ble experience at both coaching and debating. He coached two debating teams for the University of Texas, which defeated Missouri in the sea sons of litll-12 and 1912-13. Speaking before the Athenaean De lating Soc...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 January 1919

Page Six TIIE ETEXIXG MISSODRIAX, TUESDAY, JAXUART 28, 1919.v "" !'-!jrr-Pafc .'--" 4"-". . ". Ml 'P-TV r:.,'-!i:f:a?"1S1--r J I X-- ..'.v-J- ! - - " 1 " " ' : , -" - 6 - i- - Some Men Are "Fussy" About the Way Their Shirts Are Done Up! We make every effort to please particular men and "where there's a will, there's a way. Are we doing your Laundry work? If not, give us a tryout. Phone 116 Dorn-Cloney Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co. QUALITY-SERVICE 107-9 S. Ei2hth St. Columbia, Missouri. Public Auction The following described property belonging to the UNITED STATES FOOD ADMIN ISTRATION will be sold at Public Auction to the highest bidders at 2 p. m. on FRI DAY, January 31, 1919, at the Agricultural Building, Columbia, Missouri. Xo. f Underwood Typewriters Typewriter Desks Flat Top Desks Stenographer Chairs Typewriter Stands Straight Back Chairs Iteadeasy Copyholders Sets Shelj-es 3x5 card Joggers, 50 Ca pacity i 3x5 card trays 4x6 2-drawer card files 3x5 2-drawer card files Letter File...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 January 1919

A' "", W "Zt " " T" X THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1919., NUMBER 127 ' ' ' - , ... COLUMBIA HONORS "FOREIoT CITIZEN" sP eakers Pav Tribute to E. V. btephcns bevcnty Years of Accomplishment in Many Fields of Endeavor. BUILT CAPITOL WITHOUT GRAFT Man Who Has Lent Himself to Every Great Cause Cher ishes Love of Friends Above All Other Honors. "Never was credit more worthily bestowed than on this man who has helped Columbia and the world at large to so great an extent. No one else has given so much of his time, of his energy and of his soul to the wel fare of bis community. We come here with love, honor and. respect for Ed wirW. Stephens," said the Itev. Dr. V. C. Bitting, pastor of the Second Baptist Church of St. Louis, at the ban quet held last night in honor of the seventieth birthday of "Columbia's foremost citizen." Edwin V. Stephens is a name known to every Columbian, to every Missou rian, to many Americans and to many of...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 January 1919

1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, WED NESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1919. Page Two p , ' ,' " 1i i THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulation Published every evening except Sunday by The Mlssuurlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bldg. Down stair. I'hones: Business, M: News, 274. Kntered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceutance tor nulling at special rate of postage proiiued for In .Section 1103, Act if October 3, 1817 authorized September M, l'JIS. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, tf.00; mualb, -10 cents; copy, 'J cents, lly mall In Boone County; Year, $3-5; 0 mouths, JM.75; 3 months W cents. Outside the lounty: Year, StM; S months, $1.25; month, 45 cents. This remarkable winter weather has two advantages. It keeps the coal hills down, which in turn allows for the meeting of the income tax which will soon be due for 191S. THE END OK ITS SERVICE Most of us now are putting away our service flags that we have proud ly, yet fearfully, displayed for a year or two. They were ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 January 1919

Iw4 ; -tsWJRJ- !? "'1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, WED XESDAT, JANUARY 29, 1919. Page Three .V- 1 AMERICAN WOUNDED BACK IN 6 MONTHS Many Prefer to Stay in Eng land Until Able to Hob ble About. RETURN JS JOYFUL "Home Too Good to Be True After Life in Trenches," Says Yanks. LONDON'. Dec. 27 (by mail). ,The return of American wounded from Trance and England probably will be accomplished in six months. The wounded set to the boats in progressive stages. First they are brought 'from American hospitals in France across to England. When nec essary they are kept at Southampton for a few days' rest and then are moved on to London or direct to Liv erpool. They are kept at the American hos pitals in Liverpool until a sufficient number has arrived when they are taken aboard the first liner with a suitable hospital ward. The boys with minor wound-s are the most anxious to get home. A great many of the Yanks who are temporari ly or permanently disabled would pre fer to stay in England until they are a...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 29 January 1919

T ; " --r - 3T-r: rf ! ? i 4 i' i Page Four. THE EVENING 3IISS0URIAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUABT 29, 1919. HALL-RIGHT' SPIT MO "Pete" Knowlton Writes of Experiences as Sergeant Jn Medical Corps. GETS TTGER NEWS "Tales of Tigers" Reach For mer Student in Trier, Germany. Prof. E. II. Hughes of the College of Agriculture has received the following interesting letter written in Trier, Ger many, from "Pete" Knowlton, a for mer student of the University, who has bten a sergeant in the medical corps In France. Knowlton says "In the last few days I have receiv ed several verf interesting 'Tales of the Tigers' from Coach Schulte, and the next time ou see him I wish you would tell him I certainly appreciated them. It was like old times to hear all the 'dope' and I was most interest ed in my old room-mate, Fred Wil liams. "A number of the boys were in the St. Mihiel drive, and well do we re member it, working thirty-six hours at a stretch patching up the boys, many beinsated by a miracle. Be ne, e me,...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 January 1919

w.- Tr. XI: THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ' ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, 1919. NUMBER 128 "3? ? OF L Wilson Does Not Believe German Holdings Should Be Divided as Loot. DISCUSSION RESUMED France and Italy Reported to Have Modified Extension- istic Ambitions. BY ROBERT J. BENDER d'nltcil Press SUIT Correspondent) (Copyrighted. 1319. by United Press.) PARIS, Jan. 30. American partici pation in the peace settlement may de pend on the decision regarding dis posal o'f the German colonies, it -was intimated today. President Wilson believes the League of Nations the plans of which .were unanimously adopted only last Saturday -will be given its death blow if the Allies now insist on dividing Germany's former colonial possession like so much loot. Thd League of Na tions was one of theprinciple ideas for which the United States entered the war. BY FRED S. FERGUSON (Fulled Pre-s Start Correspondent) PARIS. Jan. 30. The peace dele gates resumed discussion of the Ger m...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 January 1919

rv 'j Page Two TnE EYEXIX QMTSSOUBIAS, TIIDRSDAT, JAXDART 30, 1919. 1 BlfiSfvAy - r r- ; r L" THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday lr The Missourian Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virfrtnla IJldg. Down stair!!. I'lionea: Business, M; Nens, 2i4. Kntered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, 1317 authorized September JC, IMS. City: Year, $3.73; 3 month. $1.00; mouth, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall in iiouue County; Year, $!.; 0 months, fl.TS; 3 months W cents. Outside the county: Year. $1.00; 3 months, ?l.-"i; month, 43 cents. So Turkey is to be put in a more sanitary condition. No doubt the Tur kish bath and the Turkish towel will be introduced into the harems. THE F1XAI, CALL A final call for funds is to be made by the Columbia Charity Organization Sunday afternoon. Seven hundred dol lars is still needed for the work of t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 January 1919

Vb J? POUPEE CHIFFON RAG DOLLS, POPULAR Fad of the Moment In Paris Second Only to Presi dent "Weelsong". ARE ORIGINAL FANCY Bright Yarn For Hair De tails of Toillettc Just Like French Lady's. By .MARGARET R0IIE (Written for The United Press) Some fools there are anil they make their prayer Even as you and I To a rag and a hank of some yarn for hair. They call her a poupee chiffon, tres, chere. But a Yank he calls her "rag doll," for fair Even as you and I. PARIS, Jan. 4 (By Mail.) And now the soldiers are beginning to take their rag dolls. To designate one of the fasinatingly Parisian creations by so plain a name, however, is like call ing a ragout a stew. Poupee chiffon is their regular nomenclature in their native habitat, which is ?ans. It seems an anarchronism to translate their names, even if they th jselves are translated to most distant climes by husky Australian, Canadian Eng lish and American officers. From the desolation of battlefields to these ducky dolls of the boulevar...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 January 1919

-M Ik TnE EVENTS GmSSOCRIAy, TIIURSDAT, JANUARY 30, 1919. Page Four Tv m IT" Colmnlila Grade Schools Close Way 30. Although the grade schools of Co lumbia were dismissed for ten weeks because of the epidemic of Influenza they, will be closed May 30. Mr. Mc pherson says the students will receive full credit for all the work they have done. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS of Mils eeV we will remain open until 9 those unable to get in during the day to o'clock for the benefit of DEMONSTRATE THE ELTINOLEAN Kin? of all Talking1 3raclilius A $200 MACHINE FOR $100 Including SO selection. PLAYS ALL MAKES OF RECORDS Ellison, Victor, 1'athe, Oneranuone, Paroket, Paramount, Emerson, Okay all of them. One rejiruducpr does It all; no bother vvltlrtroii blcsome attachments. 1)0T IU'y until jon nam beard this magni ficent machine. Write fur descriptive folder. ADAMS JEWELRY STORE 18 North Eighth St. Phone 1094 Black REPUTATION- its VALUE For twenty-six years the Richards establishment has been building...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 January 1919

r,s THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1919. NUMBER 129 yi ' "vBy" ' - t- TRAINNG BILL IIUOPESS Proposed Plan Provides for Universal Training and Reserve Arm v. AGE MINIMUM IS 18 All Men to Train For One Year in a Continuous Period. Ily United Press WASHINGTON. Jan. 31. Universal military training is provided for in a bill introduced today by Senator New of Indiana. The bill provides: That all men more than IS years old will be subject to training. The training period shall be no longer than one year and shall be in one continuous period. Men so trained shall be members of the national reserve, subject to call in time of war. That the training shall be pre ferably in the nineteenth year. That exception for dependency shall be granted, provided that Congress does not provide some equivalent for the man's earnings in civil life. That a man exempted one year shall register every following year until he is 21 years of age. That the Presi...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 January 1919

i yn pin H? T?" THE ETEXIXG .MISSOUKIAX, FRIDAY. JAXCART 31, 1919. Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Kureau of Circulations. 1'ulillsbnl every eveulns except Sunday l.r Tin. MIeuiiirl.in AKSOcIatinll. IneoriH- rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia ISIds. Ionn Malrx. I'lioue-s: llusiness, 55; News, 2.I. Entered as nwoihI clus mall matter. Ae-n-Iitaniv for iii-ilUns at speci-il rate of Hostage nrowueu mr in .-hiiiwu , --. authorized September M. 191S. City: Vear, $.1.75: 3 month". $1.00; I itli. 40 cents; eopy, 2 cents. By mall in lloone County; e.ir, $Li; C months S1.T5; 0 mouths In) cent, Outside the ouuty: le-ir, $17i); 3 month-', ?1 3; month, f cent. Oh what is bo rare January! as a day in IN ANOTHER YEAR Out of the 547 police court cases in ttilumbia in the last year, 14 1 were for ilriinki-nness. 24 for the illegal sale of liquor and 129 for ilisburuancc of the peace, the last usually due to the influence of intoxicants. Just one year of this, and then, unless figures begin l...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 January 1919

V THE EYEXIXG MISSOTJRIAS, FRID AY, JASUARY 31, 1919. PageThree SPORT The Tigers open their two same series with the University of Kansas at Lawrence tonight. Leaving here yesterday, the Tigers should he well rested and in line shape for the game tonight. The Tigers, judging from previous games this season, have a decided ad vantage over the Jayhawkers. The Tigers heat Ames with little trouble after a week's practice. The Kansas team, on the other hand had difficulty in breaking een with the Iowa Aggies only last week. The Tigers walked away from Wash ington two weeks ago with a brand of basketball that would have been likely to have overwhelmed Ames as it overwhelmed Westminster last week. Hut the Tigers are not likely to overwhelm Kansas. The Jayhawkers usually have something up their sleetes for the Missouri five, and with what is practically a veteran team they will give Coach Miller's men a hard scrap in the games tonight and tomorrow night. Hut there is no reason to believe th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 January 1919

1 '4 i ii m I Page Fonr THE EVENING 3IlSSOnitIAN, FRID AY, JANUARY 31, 1919. GERMAN PEOPLE NOT ILL-PEDJJS HENRY Former University Assistant Finds Them Robust and Contented. ' CITY AND CAMPUS WRITES TO MUM FORD Cereals and Fats Scarce Goose Brings $20 in Ger man Lorraine. George W. Henry, formerly assist ant in poultry husbandry at the Uni versity, has written a letter from Rus sia to Dean F. II. Mumford describing food conditions in Germany. Mr. Hen ry is with the American Army in Rus sia. His address is Battery K. ISth K.A.. A. P.O. Polch, Russia. The letters says in part: "While in France I was interested to F. E. Dexheimer and Henry Fredkin, students in the University, will leave tonight for Sedalia to spend the week end with relatives. Mils Zuma Bloomer returned last night from a visit to her brothers in Barry County. Miss May McCutchan left for a visit of several days with her sister, Mrs, Chas. A. Powell, near Salisbury. A. C. Ragsdale went to Kansas City this'morning to atten...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 February 1919

"" zar? THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. NUMBER 130 i T FOOD AD1ISTRATI0N AT END-IN 1ISS0I Columbia Headquarters and! C ounty Unices Discontin ued Last Night. SERVICEWAS GREAT Reduced Waste, Changed Eating Habits and Prose cuted Profiteers. The Missouri division of the United States Food Administration today passed into history. The doors of the headquarters in Co lumbia were closed last nighUand the rooms in the Agricultural Building which have been occupied by the Food Administration since its inception are being used once again by the college. The furniture and other equipment were sold at public auction yesterday; and the members of the staff have de parted tor other fields of work. Simultaneously with the closing of the Columbia office, the offices of the county food administrators were dis continued. And so a big organization, which for months has carried on the strenuous work of food conservation in Missouri, like ot...

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