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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 December 1917

Ptgt FOHT SUXDAY MORNING MISSOUBIAX, DECEMBER 1M7. L m Ye-r tft U. S. MUST PRODUCE E. SAYS HOUSTON Secretary of Agriculture Urges Increase in Farm and Stock Production. RECORD CROPS IN 1917 Farmers' Further Co-opera tion Needed to Meet De mands of the War. of the Government in special direc tions, such as the Treasury Depart ment in its Liberty Loan campaigns, and the Food Administration in Its food conservation activities." Thereport outlines in detail the varied activities and lines of effort of the department during the year, particularly the tremendous expan sion effected at the outset of the war. DOCUMENTARY WAR TAX INTO EFFECT LAST WEEY WAR AFFECTS FARMERS' WEEK Bj Associated Press WASHINGTON, Dec. S. With rec ord crops grown this year, the Na tion's farm and live stock production must be stimulated to a still higher tjfficlency during the coming twelve months if domestic demands and the needs of the Allies are to be ade quately met, David F. Houston, Secre tary of Agriculture...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 December 1917

Bi? fflfW'gli-'J L'-J -'.,' . IW?My.l'.e.W"M .jy.i.. u..i, Ylll.IH!l Jl-Jyilj' M 9 'c dlTlalonof' r'y yesterday camlnatfon in "Wtlhlte left visit Ms els. rts of ciere er daughter lege for the of Lawson. "l aunt. to her home graduated ear. Ior in tho e University, December 12 or the aria- vi 1 orted Dead. 'I death "0f r the fore tors, is re Telegraph ' Lleuten edited with -seven ene been killed r 13. er Hoover. Ited Press) Ization of and -waste s become a ed a profit irs a year. I- N M -Sit" SUNDAY MOSSING MISSOUKIAS, DECEMBER $,,117. faWtn HOW PRICES OF FOOD HAVE INCREASED IN YEAR Coffee is the only staple food pro duct which all the grocers agree has not fluctuated In price within the last year. It is about the same price it was before the war, because, whereas labor Is more expensive, the demand has decreased. Since Germany and her allies have been shut off from the supply, the same amount has been dis tributed among a smaller population. The some would be true of cocoa were it no...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 December 1917

SUKDAY M6K5IRG JPSSOPMAy; PECEiOEK t, !& rgx te :: R- B r I?-.- rvy fr. fcw.- u ft ft k- r-" ip- SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PEESS) The Auocisted Press ! exclmlnly en titled to tbe Die for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited la tils paper and also tbe local newt published herein. n.klt.1.1 avaw Maalnr fmil R&inrlAT and Bandar) and Bandar moraine by The Mlnourlan jumcuuob, jncurpsrat d, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia, Bnlidlngj Downstairs Phones: Business 55; Kewa. 274. Entered at tbe postoffice, Colombia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.75: 3 months, $1.00; month, jn ivntsr roDT. 2 cents. Ily.mall in Boone County: Year, $33; C Dins, ai.to; iuuuiub, w wuid. itt, $L25; month, 43 cents. ;7ial Advertising Representatives: Hair-Scfceerer Co., Fifth Avenue J.WK New York; Peoples uas uuiiu CMcago. OVERCOME EVIL How great the task imposed upon the person who would follow the Christian dictate, "Overcome evil wit...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 December 1917

''''VVJSi'1 ''igj'MMwijipijMiyEwwjwnrjin gS'igT rc'?Miyj:38jw 8UKDAT MOBNDfQ MIB80TOUK, PECEMMK t, 1H7. Page 8ere -ft Ir. i SOCIETY NOTES Ml83 Juliet Bowling will be maid of honor at the wedding of Miss Sarah Painter and Hudson Cooper, which will be solemnized at high noon De cember 19 in Jefferson City. Miss Bowling will return to Columbia Im mediately after the ceremony to at tend the wedding of Miss Helen Rob nett and Donald C. Fitch at 6 o'clock that evening. The Sigma Chi fraternity will give its annual Christmas party Thursday night, December 20. It will be a dinner-dance at the chapter house. Many out-of-town guests are ex pected. Mrs. Percy Hogan gae a party last night in honor of her sister. Miss Marjorle Gray of Chicago. The guests ere: Misses Helen Dunn, Eulalie Pape, Hazel George, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walker, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Crump, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Lucas, A. j. Durant, Paul Rtcker, D. D. Moss and Harold Newman. The Bethany Circle of girls of the Christian Church entertai...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 December 1917

Large Portion of the Crew of the Jacob Jones Were Drowned. PATROL DUTY HSflK aim- Pre.ElhWi A To DIschss TIce CoHttioBs. HimiPIU FlITTf A meeting of citizens of Columbia nMhH QM lr f -. will be held at the Broadway Metho- nillLIIIUnll ULU I I Hf dist Church this afternoon to discuss O I 11 1 III Win SI 1ITCCATTDT vice conditions in the city. Mayor J. U U WRU m JWlll3i3UUKl R Boggs and MarshalJohn L. White- OUlllV 111 nHII V sides have been asked to attend. I GIFT " Kl fifft ON B ' .JM Suggestions JBEt., -- Humpty Dumpty iSP- Braf Circus Sets. K. Yi Gilbert Erector HI v Outfits. He wu Thor Electric Vacuum IB- v U Cleaners. HI' R Dutch Kitchenet Eh B Cabinets. flBf n K j A-B Sanitary Gas Pr i. Ranges. 'f R& Lionel Electric t tev; i rains. -r it- j, vFs.z Electrical Goods. Hk Community Silver. e PJH Thermos Bottles. f Hii HRj J Caloric Fireless f' 65(1 Cook Stoves. HhG Chambers Fireless fjjKfl Gas Ranges. Be Ever-Ready R Flashlights. H Wear-Ever Aluminum - J? Ware. fe 1 Velocipedes...

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. — 10 December 1917

-w ? -t v'Ij l. 41b THE EVENING MISSOURIAN - -, f TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10, 1917. NUMBER 73 ?3? ?. TO 9 BELOW T Fires and Broken Plumbing Fixtures Follow the Cold Spell. MANY LATE TRAINS Still a Supply of Coal, But Future Shipments Are Indefinite. Nine degrees below zero! Not satisfied with the record of 8 degrees below zero of Saturday morn ing, the weather beat that mark by one degree at 8 o'clock this morning. The prospects are, according to the United States Weather Bureau, that there will be no marked rise in tem perature for several days, but it will " moderate slowly. The cold wave spreads all over the country. Snow has fallen generally over the ate and has kept the wheat from being damaged by the low tempera t tare. Reports to the Weather ' Bureau show that the average fall of snow in the northern part of the state was three inches and in the Ozarks it reached a foot. Between the crests of the cold wave from Saturday morning to this morning,...

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. — 10 December 1917

ivH r I, r k fc 1-" f t tage Two THE ETEXIXG VISSmTBIAX. MOXDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) Tbe AwocUtKl Pres 1 exclusively en titled to tbe ue for republication of all " ditpatchea credited to it or not ottierwlse credited In tbla paper and also tbe local newa puucuirtw r.w.M ' !,.tr',.r.:":; " . .. t:. .... -nt ?E X"Vun A.U.VrneoraK;OlUmDia OnOpKCCpcrb U" fa . . w -- .'. J-1 " T m, louuuouta . ,ce inaniic 111 nimuui. ui Office: Virginia Building. Downstair Pbonea: unsineaa ;; er, -. entered 'tjbpoatomce, Columbia, Mo, ECONOMYTHE RULE cut: year. w.75;(3montb,.$Loo: month, Festive Decorations of Other ,w!2AtS S: 3 Years Are Lacking-Use-'rnTmonWceJt?' "' ' ful Gifts in Demand. vioniil Advertlalng Representatlrea: merchant of Columbia agree 0,ffr5r?'w.Hfe-iLinn.. bSim! almost unanimously that Christmas HUliainc " " r" - . -. .,., .. -., . ,j ,-rH- tftiitaiTi 4.11a tcor win ii-f rnicuiaicu v.twu i v.U-av lUin jv .. ... - In to Hoover. It will...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 December 1917

SlHHHHHHPHRHHSSRi' " r '' ' " f' -- -t . r' . one f ' te of I i r! 1 ,a aSI ;fl I f II k- V ' SOCIETY NOTES fro niuircw Wphr of 317 South Fifth street cave a Hoover party Saturday evening to about thlrty-Dve guests. Miss Grace Steel of the Uni versity and Miss Keen Cutherberson of Stephens College were on the pro gram. Candy without sugar was made, and a punch was served in which no sugar was used. The din ing room was decorated in 'gold and black, while the rest of the house was decorated in the national colors. Miss noy Ellen Stewart was hostess at a dinner git en last night in honor of her brother. Lieutenant Carl B. Stewart, who is islting his parents, Judge and Mrs. J A. Stewart. Lieu tenant Stewart will leave Wednesday for 1"1' I'0' al L00 sPrinS8. Tex. The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity will give a Chistmas dance at the chapter houe Thursday night, De cember 20. Mrs. Alexander Martin will enter tain her bridge club tomorrow. The other members are: Mrs. Kate Con ley, Mrs. Odon Gui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 December 1917

e. 1 Vn P fe fr Page Four E ARE STUDYING LAW Portias at the University Tell Why They Have Taken Up the Work. THEIR REAONS VARY One Would Help Reform Procedure Two Inter ested in Real Estate. It lias always been said that for a man to be a good lawyer he must be a good talker, and It has been con ceded, moreover, that woman's tongue runs faster than man's. Whether it is due to this fact or to something else that four women have taken' up the study of law at the University of .Missouri was left for them to say. Each one had a very different reason. Mrs. Adelaide Munson of Kansas City, who expects to take the bar ex amination next year, is interested in trying to help bring about a new method of criminal procedure. "We are not decreasing crime by returning again and again a criminal to thhe penitentiary," said Mrs. Mun son. "The only way to decrease crime is to have the criminal examined physically and mentally to sec if he is normal, and if he is not, to treat him accordingly." She be...

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. — 11 December 1917

I1 lf " '' T3M : THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 11, 1917. NUMBER 74 I i s. If r jt? r to-. i i ' m r i i WOMEN'S COMMITTEE TO VISIT COLUMBIA Special Train With Defense Council Workers Here in the Morning. TO HOLD MEETINGS Experts to Give War Advice Mrs. C. W. Greene Joins Party Today. v Mrs. C. W. Greene went to Mexico today to meet the special train In which the Women's Committee of the Missouri Division of the Council of National Defense is touring the state this week. She was scheduled to speak In Mexico on "Child "Welfare in War Times" today. The Women's Committee will come to Columbia early tomorrow morning and will hold two patriotic mass meetings here. One for Columbia women will be held at 2 o'clock and one for University and college girls at 4 o'clock. Suggestions for wo men's part in the wary will fae made. Mrs. B. P. Busch, chairman of the Women's Committee, and Mrs. George Gellhorn. a member of the executive board, will pr...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 December 1917

jHRtjin ?j i t3Mi !BfflSil tK .-5iP"i!w '"iSiHESE'P'esiBBSPssSBEbBHH? riHB-'V"jJife.'1,v-' ' HKgP :rCfB5$ at Hi fir ft i fe 8 r ' R ? ! I fs E - Page Two ' THE vviv MISSOITRIAX. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1917. JEW'S FESTIVAL RECALLS BELGIUM'S DESECRATION With the British forces gaining ground gradually In Palestine the celebration of "HonukKan' at wis time of the year takes on a double significance to the Jews and a mora than passing- interest to the whol6 world. To the world the history nf the celebration is an anology of the Herman nttack on Belgium: to the Jews it is a reminder, a revivlcatlon. of the past and an enthusiastic hope for the near future. "Hanukkah," which began Sunday night and lasts eight days, is known as the "Feast of Dedication," the "Feast of Maccabees" or the "Festival of Lights." Though the history of the holidays is interwoven with legends its details are based on facts. When the Jews were governed by Antlochus EDinhanes. King of Syria, trouble arose oter the ru...

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. — 11 December 1917

rXa(p ?f THE EYEXIKO JUISSOUMAK, TOES PAY, DECEMBER 11, 1917. Page Three I?' 1 CULLS LABOR DRAFT UNPATRIOTIC STEP Secretary of Labor Tells Congress Proposed Meas ure Is Not Needed. "COERCION WRONG" Says Public Opinion Will Not Tolerate Conscrip tion for Private Gain. By Associated Tress WASHINGTON', Docj 11. Conscrip tion of labor. Secretary Wilson told Congress in his annual report yes terday. Is nt l'ke,y t0 be necessary for the winning of the war, but he suggests that should it become neces sary for the Government to conscript labor, it should at the same time con script the industries on which they are engaged. "Almost insuperable obstacles arise," says the Secretary or LADor, ri.fco'n inhnr dismites occur under cir cumstances in which employers per mit organization by tneir woritmen only on pain of dismissal. Since in such" cases the workmen have no re sponsible business representatives, only one party to controversies can be conenicntly or satisfactorily heard. In such cases, ...

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. — 11 December 1917

te ' " rge Fonr ' THE E VEXING MISSOPBIAy. TOES PAY, PFfEMBEtt 11. 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MKUIIEH OF ASSOCIATED I'RESH) Tlie AsocIatel I'reM I exclmlrelr en lldfd tu ttie uw far republication of all ufvm illptche credited to It or oot utbt-rnlw credited in ttiU paper and nlo the local uewi published berclu. I'nblUlied rttif evening- (txrept Saturday and ftundajr) nod Hnndar moraine Ity Thr Sfluourlao Awltlon, Incorporat ed. Columbia Mo. (ilTI.-e: Virginia UuUillae. Dotinntalrt l'liouea: Ilualneaa 53; New a, 274. Hulered at tbe poitofflce, Columlila, Mo, aa cecond-claaa mall. City: Year, $3.75: 3 uioutfaa, SI.OO; month, 40 eenta; copy, 2 cent. Ity mall lu Iloone t'ouuty: Year, $3.23: 6 montlia, 11.75; 3 montlia, VQ centa. oninlde of Uoone County: Year, L50; 3 montlia, SU3; nioutb, 45 cent. National Adrertlaine Itepreaeutatlrea: "ariienter-rk-Leerer Co., Mftb Avenue ISulldlUK New York; l'eoplea ;aa Kulld iK, Chicago. . "TO THOSE WHO FEEL POOH" Of cournf everybody feels poor Jus...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 December 1917

1 ."ae?- - ,- "i r-wrj-w . i!m THE EVEM.G MISSOUMAX. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1917. PC Fire y;Wfl?'r","rT'' --7' -rwmmimmmmmmmaimmamamiuiAutmmjmmMiiluiu innumtmia t 'St m BONOS WILL FILL MY STOCKING "Most Sensible Gift," Says J. P. McBaine, Chairman of County Sale. t,PAY GOOD INTEREST ' Sound Investment and' Patri oticCircular Explains What It Is. J. P McBaine, chairman of the War Savings Certificates campaign for Hoono County, toda appointed the follow ing- men on the merchants' committee for the city: ('. 0. Setters, chairman. (' ( Howling, secretary: ' T Anderson. I. A. Iturth. F'. A. nation. A Kredendall. .1 K. (iillispie. H B. Goetz, W J. Hetzler, F. V Leonard. C R Miller, A. F. Xeate. W. B. Now ell. Jr. W. W. Payne. L. E. Renle. D. A. Uobnett, John X. Taylor. It's hardly proper to tell In advance what Santa Claus is going to give for Christmas, hut the executive commit tee for Uoone County of the War Sav ings Certificate campaign has let out the secret in this case. The campaign ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 December 1917

i" .V "r -..t - mt i& f- I-1 I ,i IPV Pace Six OPEN TILL 9 O'CLOCK P. M. BEGINNING DECEMBER 18 t(m ciin nnncrnoNS 4i i Holiday Gifts, this season especially, should be selected with the view of all year use and service. 'Our line is .large gifts for all and we have selected it so that each article will give most service for its cost. To make shopping easier we offer below a few of the many articles of our Holiday Goods. A-B SANITARY GAS RANGES are made right of best materials by skilled workmen and will last for years. Useful every day in the year. Use a minimum amount of gas and cook perfectly. IIRIDGE BEACH RANGES For Coal, Wood and Gas. We have an unusually attractlvo showing of these ranges and the prices are below present market prices. Their owners are their best recommendation. Ask your neighbor. He has one. COMMUNITY SILVERWARE in the latest designs in Par Plate, Reliance and Community Pla,te. Guaranteed for ten. twenty-five and fifty years. Will give more service than s...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 December 1917

HSf" "rpegrFww?-' ? - $"s.V?,-r n THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 1917. NUMBER 75 I mi HI f WL 4 B SHY ALL WOMEN ARE NEEDED fN WAR WORK Mrs. B. F. Busch, State Head of Defense Committee, Asks More Interest. missourTIsTeading State Leads Others in Many Branches of Work, St. Louis Party Says. "The purpose ot the Women's Committee of the Missouri Division, National Council of Defense, is to co-ordinate the existing women's or ganizations for more efficient patri otic service and to secure the co operation of women who do not be long to any organization." said Mrs. B. F. Busch, state chairman, this morning. "We want every woman of the state to register for national service. Many women did not register on the official days of last July because they did not understand that they would not have to leave home In order to serve. Women have organized for service In food production, local char ities, child welfare. Industry, patri otic educa...

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. — 12 December 1917

eiV a ti Page Two THE EVEMXG MISSOCRIAX. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1917. WAR CHANGE COLLEGEAJHLETICS Agitation in East for Putting Sports on "Safe and Sane" Basis. OPINIONS QUOTED "Overgrown Business of Se curing Receipts" Criticised by University Head. Ily Associated Press NEW! YORK, Dec. 12. Sentiment In favor of a re-constructlon of col lege athletics after the war upon what has been termed a safe and sane basis, is said to be increasing at eastern educational institutions and is likely to be the subject of consider ation at the coming annual meeting of the National Collegiate Athletic As sociation. An idea of the attitude in this direction, as the result of what might be considered experiments con ducted during the football season just closed, can be gained from two state ments from prominent eastern uni versities touching upon the subject. President Faunce of Brown Uni versity in a recent address upon col lege athletics at the Providence insti tution, said: "We are well pleased w...

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. — 12 December 1917

- M""" jj?"w-'7f w,Tjyjwy THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1917. Page Tkree ( A9 STUDEMT LUNCHROOM PROW A SUCCESS University High School Fur nishes Noon Meals at Low Cost. WILL BE ENLARGED "tir Pun IS rroill vuuuuv 1 a v for Meals in Produce 30 Kat There. The students' lunchroom which has been in operation for three weeks at the University High School la prov ing such a success, according to Prof. J. I Meriam, principal, that after the holidays, the lunchroom will be enlarged. ....... Professor Meriam says that the lunchroom is strictly private. It is not a cafeteria, and is not In compe tition with any other lunchroom. It Is merely an accommodation to pro tide a place for the students of the high school and elementary school to eat their lunches and to give those who want it, a hot lunch. The lunchroom is on the third floor of the University High School Build ing. All students who do not go home to lunch are required to eat lunch in this room. Some students bring all...

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. — 12 December 1917

flg"jijs"s""I""ysafr""""""tfrf 3'"HHHH, Page Four THE ETEMXG MISSOUBIAK, WEDNESDAY, IF.f!EXBEB 13. 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Associated Press U excluslrelj en titled to the use for reDQbllcatlon of all nens dispatches credited to It or Dot otherwise credited In this paper and also I lie local news paDiisnea nerein. I'nbllsbrd eiery errata- (except Satard7 and Bandar) and Bandar morning; by Tbe MUsonrlan Association. Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Downstairs Office: Virginia Building, Dot Phones: Business 33; News, 274. Kntered at tbe postofflce,- Colombia, Mo. as second-class mall. i'lty: Year, $3.75; 3 months, $L00; month .iniifH? ranr. 2 cents. Ity mall In Boone County: Year, 123; 0 months, aii; & biuumib, vu ixui outside of Boone County: Year, J4M; 3 months, 1.23; monin, to cents. National Advertising nepresentatlves: Oarpenter-Scheerer Co, Hftu Avenue tlnlldlnr New York; Peoples (las Build- f. Chicago. TEACHING TO SAVE Liberty Bonds were hai...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 12 December 1917

r l3fW"S""W5'J "' JpyifY- - fi THE JYUflXG 3H3S0UBIAX. WEDXESDAr, DECEMBER 12. 1917. PEANUT IS EMERGENCY SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT The peanut has suddenly wakened to find itself famous in the food world. Because of its protein value and its Tariety of by-products. It has come into its own as an emergency rood recommended in its various forms W the U. S. Food Administra tion. Suffolk. Va is the center of the peanut industry in this country. In fact, it Is said to be the largest pea nut market in the world. Under the auspices of the chamber of commerce of that city, a national peanut grow ing demonstration was planned to further the claims and possibilities of the peanut both as food and fodder. All this but proves the growing dignity and importance of the peanut Industry. In 1917 there were more than two million acres planted in peanuts with an estimated crop of a hundred mill'on bushels. This in crease in acreage and crop ought to Belp win the food battle if we but learn to substitute the...

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