St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, February 01, 1918, Image 4

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    SENT TO FRANCE
American Price Rigidly Regulated
by United States Food
Administration.
CONSUMERS HERE PAY 9c.
Sugar Cost 35 Cents a Pound During
Civil War Hefinera' Profit
Now Curtailed.
Sugar In milling toiluy tlnuuKliout
Amcrlcu ut from S'A to I) cuiiIh u
pound to tilt roiiHUiner, cvoli tliouKh
there Is 11 world MlmrtiiKo which hurt
reduced tliln nut loir wijfHr iillntiiiunt
to 70 per cct it. of minimi.
Through tin; effort of tin Unlti'd
BlntoH food ndiMlnlHtrntlon the MiiRHr
tnurkot Iiiih lii'i'ii ri'Kiiliilcil ih fur iih
tho producnr, rcIlniT mill wliolMMiler
Ii concerned. Tlit food nilinltilntrnilmi
lias no tiowcr to ickiiIhIi' rHiill prlci
MCcpt by public uplnlMi. liven IIioiirIi
morn tluin 85.CHM) tium of Niixttr lime
been Hhliicd to I'riiiiio In I h IiimI
four Months tho ri'inll jsroiTr's miBiir
prlco In nrmttiil H to H ctiiIk. He
hotild Nell this Milonr lit H to II
cents, till- fond ndinlnlHlrfilloii lit'lli'Ven,
nnd nnUn tlir Aiiier-lnni lioiiwwlfi' to
pay no mure tluin HiIm inimiitit.
I.a.it AtiRiint when tli food iidtnln
litratlon wan tireNiilxetl tin print of
fliicnr romi Ninldi'iily lo II renin n
pound. During Ilic Civil Wnr Htnjnr
cost the roimiiuier itn renin u iound.
Hy rpKtiliitloti of tin miKnr intirM hiiiI
rrdurlriK the price to Hi Mini tl ihiIm
and kroplnjc It from mlvMirliiK to ao
rent tlm food niliiilnhtrntlnti lini miv
d tlm Amrrlciin pulilli' Ml leitHl AIM),
000.000 In four iiioiiiIh. HivnnlliiK to
n ittnleriirnt iiuido liy Herbert Hoover
Hut other dny.
"It In our Mleru duly lo feed the til
Urn, to innliiliilii llielr hinllh nnd
ntrcneth nt nny vmi to niiiwlvi,"
Mr. Hoover derlnreil, 'There Iim not
been, nor will he hi we we It, wmmIi
Hiicnr for even ihelr iirewui iiiiukn
nnd drpremilnK rnllnii unit- they Mend
nlilpjf to reunite iiiniM for It. If we
In our creed nnd jiliittiiiiy foree them
either to further reduce their i-Mllon
or to urnd Ihew Mill w will Iihvo
done ilitimtKn to our Nlilllilr to win
thin wnr.
"If we tend the alilpa to Java
for 250,000 torn of iuuir next year
we will have necemltated the em
ployment of eleven extra ihlpi for
one year. These chip If uicd In
tnniportlnti troop would take
110,000 to 200,000 men to Pr.inoe."
neaion for World Shortaye.
An Mr. Hoover miiiIiiI out, the
United Nlnli, (ViimiIh hiiiI KnitlHiid
were miKHr IiiimiiiIiik munim- iH-fure
the wur, wlille I'm lire nnd IimIj Here
very iienrly Mf tuiptxiiihitt. 'lite main
tuMireen of the worldM Dintnr wiitM")'
wint (iermiiuy mid in'lhlMrlii wwiif.
tho Wiwt linllm hiiI I he Itnxi lndle.
(leriuiin hiixwr Im no louver hvmIImIiM.
nx It Ix ihhI entirely In (lermnny.
which iiIno iihuil wixxr of niirnuiiiil
Iiik count rlett.
ICiikIhihI win no hunter buy i.hni.imni
Ioiik toim of miwr iMi'h jnr from
Ueriimny. The I'reitrli incur tumiae-
Hon Imit dropp.Nl fr..m TWMMX) i 210,
000 toim, The HmIImii iiHHlm ilim mh
fallen fioiu SI0.tM tmn lo TA.00Mm.
Thux three noiiiirlen uere HiruMH
upon Iwni hihI vet IimIImn MtMreM
for l,tHft,iKHI tine Niiiiully lo iumIuIhIh
their noriiml couumtttu.
lleciiuxe of the Horltl'M i4tliliMe
liorluKe the hIIIm dmIUmk ouritHl
druwlui; on the Weal liullea for Miinitr
Hunt liiilhiu xojwr itMik three llmei
the nuiuher of til. tliie lite tlU
tniico wax three Hhhh ii xe'i. Hwil
drill)' the Uiwt wmm cmIIh oh lo fur-
nUli mid did furoWi l.r.n.iHMi (ihim of
au(ur to KuroH when :kxi,uiMl Ihom h
yrur tx the reHHr iI.-omimI. TIm
MllleU Imil llfWHH frtMH JXH HkU.IMK)
toim Imfure tho 4tlHMii hlliMllou !
rxiiie neute.
"Ill dlo of Hm'm Mi!!," Mr
Hoover HtHletl th wIImh Im). tb
KlIL'lUtl L-OVlirHH!! Ill AUHUOl IVtlHHl
the liuukelovld Mumr raiUnt lo m Imxt
of "I pomnU ht huiiuiu pvr inlta
And In KepteiHlMr U 1'ietieh xovern
iiit'iit rediicixl their iMHiwdiold mtttw
to 1U '.'10 muhU N yettr, r h Ml oter
1 pound of Huuwr h iimmiiIi Kve IhU
inriU're nithiu ewuld ivtrt he tllletl hy
the French (.WfTttniottt It found
early In the full A merlin wm then
Hkled for U'O.iH.H) Km of Huxxr him)
ucceNtiMl lu ifcMollim WtUHl tttim b
Drcrmher 1. T1 I'reiuh ratiutwi w
K runted hffiiutH' the Amcrleun liouw
hold iHlllNUIUlittoii hk I lien HI le)M( AA
pou nd k per nrw. micI It wint .oiimIiI
ered the duty of iiiiiIihhIiiIiii; Ihe
rreneh inorHttt iumI ou.- mr i-hwr."
Today the tugar utMtwM nMy
b lumniarlifd by ttatlnq that If
Amtrlca will reduc lt Migar eM
umptlon 10 U 11 wr cnt. thU
nation will tie able ta lend 200,000
more oldler to Prance.
Sugar tutUiy m1U ut -lmrl ro
fluorlex ut ?7.2i h huuUretl mumiU
The wholMWl) k liner kuk untMl to
limit hU protli to -J6 tvutx u liuudretl
plux frelKhl, muiI i he ivull groer lk
uppokml to luke uu muie ilmn .Vi.vnU
b huudrutl iwuuUx prm Thu rvu
Ixtlou wmh lUMilo by i he fmnl udmluU
trutlon, which uow k the huiHlfe
to reduce xuKur eouuiupiiii ut much
im iossltilo, Ukluc other v eeteueix
uud ulxo reiiiludk bvr ihm w khould
pay no moro thxu i) ieuu u iwunil for
ui'ar.
Control of Cane Refiner' Profit.
"liuuiMllHtely lixii Die eMI Ub-
tuent of the fotnl Hdiulnlkirtttbiii," Mr,
9100 Ucwttnl, $100
Th rmth'i i f ii'i i .i.r will h
ltin1 to U-urii lliul tlx l t Wml utw
Ormdcil ttl lli il i. iu lix Imii
able to cur m hi I u !..,. Hu.l Ui.il U
CkUrrh. IIuII k 1 uiitrili i'uiv la ih ouh
pOkltlvv ourv nw kiio!i lo I I.r m. 4lui
fiatrrnlly. CuUrrli Iwinx .iialtiuihnl
dlatv, riulrra u lonailiuiloMl lrMl
rurnt. Hull a i'irrti i'uiv U tak n In
Urnally. uciIiik illr.. il uhiii Ilia bl.voj
and inuooua aurfacra u( Ilia alt-nt, tln ra
by dtlroyliiir Ilia foUiitalitiu of Uia dla
ya.o. and kIvIhic Iba tailai atrvaxlh by
bullJInif up tlio ouiialllultuB nw1 uaiinUutf
nature In UoIiik lia work Tli pronrtalora
have (o much faith ta II curallv mw.
ra that llivy onr Oiw Huadrati QtUkUf
for any cu ilmt It fuUa lo aura. Snd
ur mi ui ivauiiifliliaia.
A4rcl V J
flint!
I1V A ITfl n
UI4 1
Tak
ld hy all Uru l.l Tie.
Haifa faulty 1'llta tr coadlpatlon.
Hoover said, "an cxnmlnntlon was
nmdo of tho costs nnd profit of rofln
Itij; and It was finally dnlurmlncd tluu
tho Hprcad between the coat of niw
unit the Hiile of refined ennu siiKiir
should bo limited to $1.30 per hundred
pound. The pro-wnr dlfforontliil lmd
uveiaBed about 8." cents and Incrcnsud
costs wero found to lmvo been luipos
ed hy the war In Increased cost of ro
fining, losses, cost of bags, labor, Insur
utice, Interest nnd ether things, rntber
more than cover the difference. After
prolonged negotiations tho refiners
were placed under agreement estab
llshlng these limits on October 1, and
anything over this amount to be ucrccd
exlortlonuto under the law.
"In the course of these Investlgn
Hons It whs found by canvass of the
CiiIiiiii producers that their sugar bad,
during the first nlno months of the
past year, sold for an average of about
SLIM per hundred f. o. b, Cuba, to
whMi duly nnd freight nddod to the
refiners' cost amount to about 55-00
per hundred. The average sale price
of granulated by vnrlous refineries, in:
rordlng to our Investigation, wns about
S7.H0 per hundred, or a differential of
$1.81.
"In reducing Ihe differential to $I.ri0
there was n saving to the public of TA
cenls per hundred. Had such n dlf
ferenllal been In use from the 1st of
.laiiuary. 1017, the public would have
saved In the first nllin months of the
year about .I.R0n.000."
Next Year.
With a view to inure efficient organ
ImiIIoii of the tmde In Imported migurri
next year two committees huve been
formed by the food iidmlulstratlon :
1, A commllleo comprising repre
senlatlves of all of Ihu elements of
American nine rellultig groups. Tlm
principal duty of this committee Is to
divide the sugar Imports pro tutu to
ihelr various cnmcltlos ami see that
iilHolilte Justice Is done to every re
liner.
1!. A committee comprising three rep
rcxciitatlvcx of the Kugllsh, French
and Italian governments; two repre
seiilNllvoM of the American Miners,
with a member of tlm food iidmliilstrif
lion. Only two of tho committee have
arrived from Kurope. but they repre
xenl the hIIIihI govunimonlx, The du
Ilex of this committee are to determine
the iihhiI iHimomhiil sources from a
trnuHirt ihIiiI of view of nil Ihu nl
lies lo iirisiige trHiisporl at uniform
rates, lo illstrlhule Ihu foreign sugar
between the 1,'iiIIihI Hliiles mid allies,
subject lo the Hpprotal of the Anicrl
run, KiikIIxIi, I'lciifli inn) llallaii gov
ernmeiits.
I'hls cominlttee, while holding strong
views as lo the price to ho paid for
CiiIwii Hiixar, has not had the llnal
voice. This voice has rested In the
xmeriiuicuiN concerned, together with
the (Nilmn goveriiiui'iit, mid I wish to
Htnlu cinplmtlctilly (but nil of the gen
llemeii coiiccriiisl us good comiucrcliil
HH'ii Iihmi eiiiliHiviiied with Ihu uliiiost
liallence mid h l 1 1 1 to securo u lower
iirbe. ami Ihelr perslxleiu'e has re
ilucetl ruban demaiiilx by IT cents per
bundled. The price agreeil uniii Ix
iiIhiih t.W per hiilidleil potimls, f. o, b
Culm, or oiml to uhoiit JO duty puld
New Yotl.
"Thl price ahould eventuate,"
Mr. Hoover tald, "to about $7.30
per hundred for refined tugar from
the refiner at ceaboard point or
thouhl pl.ico tugar In the hand of
the centumcr at from 0' to 0
cent per pound, depending upon
locality and condition of trade, or
at from 1 to 2 cent below the
prle of Augut last and from one.
half to a oent per pound cheaper
than today.
"There Ix ihiw hii elimination of
leculMilon, extorllmmte pioHix, mid
lu III lelllllllK uluiie the A Ml elicit II
iotitf will mvi over &HxJ,!HXI of
lite leMoliig tlmrgiM luHt )eMr. A part
of Htm mivIhkx K4es to the C'uIkiii,
llMHnltuii, I'orlo ItlcMii u ml UHialuulati
Itrodutvr mid mrt lo the voiixuuoir.
Aihm-xU to prejudice ugHliixl Ihe
fHH udmlnkilrHlloii hue been iiiade
betHiia the I'iiIhiii price la IM ceiitx
above that of UH7. Il Ix xuld In effecl
ilmi ihe CuhMitM are ut our mercy;
ibxl we ihhiM got xugur a cent lower
We liutile exlwukllve nuly of Ihe ciMt
of priMlut'lug ximur In (HiImi laxt )eur
lhr.mik our ouil UKelllM in t'ulni, allil
He nut) It uverngtMi $3911. while until)
tirtMluverw ure ut u hUher Intel. We
fuiuid that Mil uvoruge prolll of ut
leUkt M elt KT H)Ulltl WUN UH'lMMiry
In onler lt iiwtHtHln and kllmulute
iriMluctiiM or Ihut n luliilmutu price of
11.17 wu iiiH'eiuHir). a ml even IhU
wuuld Milt kttiue MHMiM'er.
Tut price ultlmulelv n greet I was Xt
. eiitk ulne iheae Uguruat, or iilHtut tme-
tifib of m ceut per khiihI to (he Ameri
can iMiuuHir. mid more limn Ihu
uuuut h Ihhhi k4ivoU by tmr redw-
tbU lu lettiioiH' prttttu. If we wUh lo
allrte product hrti Ih t'ut'rt we wilbl
uke ilmt tsmrw Jumi at the lime of all
t Iowa lu our bluny beu wo wuiii
ItriMluctUw fM' ourwlvea ami ihe ai
de I'urilter llian that, (lie mute do-
imnuteut wilt Manure )ou lluit audi a
coura would prtMluce tlUlurbuiicea lu
t'ul'M Mud deadly em our prtamut
kUille, but lM')el mII these unMerlul
reaaou Im umo of buiimu JiwIU'e, This
ureal ctkuuir) ban k light by the
uilkhl of Us ptuiKloM lo aimugle I'ulm.
'TlM-roftnv there U mi tmtiosltlon
um the A merlin h pulilUv Cburgeit
have bttw uutde beforv this ctimiult
le llial Mr Itolph midenortx to ben-
elll l he CullforulH reltuer of which he
wua muuak-er ,j tblx HI cent Ineivane
lit I'ulmii price. Mr. Itolpli did not tlx
the price ll iltH" imIh the price to
the HuwMllun in inner about tluu
aiuouiu. It UtM'H not ruiac the protlt of
the California reUiior.v. bivaiise their
i lmrwo fur rttluliig Is, like all other ro-
finer, limited lo Sl.iW per liuiulrcd
jHiua.U. Uua the frtilgbt illlferentlul on
tb ekiubiUlicil custom of the trade.
Mr. ltttlpb lmn not one penny of In-
eroat lu Uut rcliiiory."
RUVIUW'S LEGAL BLANKS
The folluvhiK list of !cfc'ul blunks
arc kept for tile ut this othev ami
otherk will he uildal us the itcinaml
anc.-
Wai runty tlmls, Quit Claim
I)fls. Uutiltv uiul Chattel Mnrt.
guyoii, Satisfaction of Mordant,
Contrncts fot Sale of Realty, Hills
of Sale, I,uuM&.
o
Puttonizo tho home merchant.
CORN WILL WIN
DEMOCRACY'S WAR
America's Greatest Cereal Crop
Is Now Moving to
Market.
MAINSTAY IN NATION'S CRISIS.
Gurplu Wheat of the United State
Has Oeen Gent to Famine Threat,
ened Europe.
America's grwit corn crop, exceed
ing .t,OW00,000 bushels, will save tho
world's food situation, olllcluls of the
United .States food ndinlulstriitlou be
llevo.
Corn Is the nation's best food cereal,
housewives uru beginning to realize,
It contains alt the elements needed to
keep the body lu a Mute of health and
when used according to the scores of
tried recipes, orpeclully when com
blued with an added jtortlun of oil or
fat, will sustain life ludellnltely. In
dlun warriors In colonial days lived on
parched corn alone for many duys at a
time, mid at Valley Porgu parched
corn was at limes the solu ration u
the Continental soldiers.
Owing to transportation dllttctiltles
caused by the war Ihe corn crop move
more slowly to market this year than
ever before. Now, however, the cereal
Is duelling the millers nnd eonsiimets.
In Ihu meantime (he imlhiti's aurplu
wIiihiI has been sent to Kurope,
Today there uro approximately .10
bushels of corn for every American,
'I'hls ipiniitlty Is greater by live bush
els l linn In former years.
Corn has become the nation's Itia'ti
stay lu the crisis of war.
.lust ns this cereNl wived the first
American colonists from famine on
utHiiy oi'CHslnns, Just hs It wrved as u
staple food during the War of the lte
oliitlnii hiiiI during the Civil War, King
Corn Iihm hkmIii count to Ihe front lu
Ihe nation's buttle with miiiimtu7.
Corn iiiihi I Is tliidlng gnuily lucrens
ed us lu the making of ordinary white
bread. Hundreds of Imua'Wlvcs mid
many of the larger taker sre mixing
'JO per cent, nun mini with wheat
Hour lo make IcMVoiied bread. This
kind of ii mixture Is worked and Imked
lu the Mime roi'(ic-i mihI with Ihe wiinii
methods llutl apply to straight wheat
broad,
Corn bniil--ulng turn tue-il entire
ly Is gulnlitg a greater H.pulnrlty
Ihmi eer before. lloiisewlvs lire
coming lo reallae thai every miiiiiiI of
wheat Hiivi'd In Amerleu nutans a ihiiiiiiI
of whisit relewinl for shipment lo the
nations with which America Is nsaocl
utcd In the war.
Then are u mi ire of iNirn pniducls
Halt littlay hmuh- iiiiihimiI Iiiimiiiiiiico
for AiitcrlemiM. Corn sjrup for sweet-
eiilug coin eakmt and buckwheat cakes
mid for me in Dm littcbeii Insleatl of
granulated sugar Is one of the Icmllng
linHlucis iiwile from corn.
Corn oil, excellent for frying ami for
every oilier puraHe lllhsldiy hmIiiiI oils,
Is appearing mi Hie market lu large
quantities, It comes from the genu of
Ihe com.
MADE-IN-fiEHMANY LIES
tllfQILVIIJI IN CANADA
Canada Is nlmi having trouble with
Made In Cermsuy lies nilculated lo
hinder Canadian food cotiaervMilou ae
innllng to an olllclal Mateiiient r-
cehed from the ChiimiIImii fmal con
troller hy ihu United Stales food ad
mlnlttt ration.
The alorles iHitheriiig CHiiada are
of the Muue general chu racier hs iIomo
the Cnlle) HiNle) fil HdwInlMra
lor leeeiilly denounced lu this cou.
lr, Mich mm ihe ildlcuhma wilt ami
hluot&K famine fakwa and the reiMirt
tlMt the gt emumit would mIio
uuaw Ivies' aiocks of ione cmiiikhI
gmxls.
Tho CmiwiIImh food controllur oall
mateM that wilt the people llaleii l.i
and I ma im auch aitHlex, ench elio
bus ibe Htwer of ileal ruction that lle
In m bNtiHllixt of aobltera.
MSltr1e without eve n veal I go of
fiHimbtibiM lmvo beti M-Mtteret) broad-
mat." aultl tbo CaiiMdlMU MMtemeiit,
"Nor lme they etime to life casually
I'mv huve Mitrted aliuulluueoukly lu .
dlifereot lutria of two country ami lu
ouch lUhtumv have Itoett alctilatcd to
aroue tubllc IlidlKHUllou.
I'bey mii' lualtlUovi, xublle. (H-rsist
eul. HU by bit they illnatlwute puMk1
Irual. the great emoulbU III Ibe work
of fool couirol.
"It Ilea with ovory Imllvbluul lo f.f
btsir from crltlcUui: lo rofraiu from
lutkAluK oti ibe xagruiit Mini hurm'ul
lory. and thus lite more ofTective'y
to soMrMle In work which la going
lo mean more Hutu the uutjortty of
peoide t reull."
THE UNITED STATES FOOD
ADMINISTRATION SAYS:
There I no royal road to food
conservation. We can only ac
compllih thl by the voluntary
action of our whole people, each
element In proportion to it means.
it ii a nuiicr or equality or our-
den; a matter of minute saving
and substitution at every point in
th 20.000.000 kitchens, on the 20,.
000,000 dinner table, and In tho
2,000,000 manufacturing, whole
tale and retail establishment of
the country.
The Central
TIIKb l.lOVl K Itor
riulailelphiii Stieet, St Johns.
Soft Drinks ns iihiial
Coldest nml Coolest Drinks in
town, bamlwiches, etc. All lead
ing Summer Drinks.
TRY OUR TUNCI!
ft This is the Month
km 0dds and ' Ends
I - fl t
I I TrraTy ay arsfsfaP y ayyae m
Useful Elec
trical Devices
Vacuum Cleaners
lliiir Dryers
Itmulolr I,hiiiiw
Stmnvuis
TtMfctcr
Disc Stuvtxi
I'imiI Varinorn
Milk Warmers
.MiihMKv Vibrators
Ciur I.ilitrs
Ovens
Wattle lions
VViishitiK Maohinas
I.ilirnry Lain jvs
Coffee Percolators
ChntltiK Dishes
l'lut Irons
Curling Iron Heaters
I.tiiuiiuHu Kailiutors
Ten Kettles
Sevvii(? Mucliine Motors
Shaving Mirrots
Kitchen K.iuucs
Shaving Muks
mm m mm euhding
Ivvay,
Light S Power Co.
a br'ant clostv sblno ttittB
C tr li 1 1 if or i1-t i 'I i -at
3 til j i -on I l lt lour
Black SilkStove Polish
It In a c'lst t-y lto!( It's luocv
i x j .irxtnmJo
I. J f r tn nun.
pi. ...lvv. r v it j, .
If ) j.V , it
lo i dt i
n J your
41
Tharo'm "A
Shin In
Every Orop"
I
John Polf
J II Harvey
P, & H, Transfer Co.
Phone Columbia 30S
206 N. Jersey St. Johns, Ore.
NeU th Uol en your papar.
r3
OUR money will go farther now than when the
Spring Merchandise is all in. Spring prices will
be higher on many lines than you will pay now.
We are supplied with Misses' and Children's' Toque
and Scarf Sets, Gloves and Mittens. With warm Caps
and Toques for men, loggers shirts, mackinaws and warm
flannel shirtsprices favorable on the early purchases.
BONHAM & CURRIER
L E. ROSE, Mgr.
FACE the FACTS
LKT 8 fnco ti;c fncts. Tho war sltimtton is critical.
Uilesr tlio MIIom lijrlit nn Uioy novcr yot have
foiiKht, defeat threatens. Ilunk'iy men cannot flK'lit
at their host; nor hungry nations. Franco, England,
and Italy aro koIiik luinjrry unless wo food them.
VVhcnt SiwinRn They must havo wheat It Is tho
best food to flj?ht on. It Is tho easiest to ship. We
alone can spare it to thorn. By savlnp just a little
loss than a quarter of what wo ate last year wo can
support thoso who are flK'htinjr our battles. And wo
can do It without stinting oursolvos. Wo havo only
to substitute another food just as nood.
The Corn of Plonty Corn Is that food. There's a
surplus of it. Providence has been generous in tho
hour of our need. It has given us corn In such bounty
as was never known beforo. Tons of corn. Train
loads of corn. Five hundred million bushels over and
above our regular needs. All wo havo to do Is to
learn to appreciate it. Was over patriotic duty mado
so easy? And so clear?
America's Own Food Corn ! It Is the true American
food. The Indians, hardiest of races, lived on it.
Our forefathers adopted tho diet and conquered a
continent. For a groat soctlon of our country It
has blong een the stair of life. How well the South
fought on It, history tells. Now It can help America
win a world war.
Learn Something Corn! It Isn't ono food. It's a
dozen. It's a cereal. It's a vegetable. It's a bread.
It's a dossert. It's nutritious; more food valuo In it,
dollar for dollar, than meat or eggs or most other
vegetables. It's good to eat; how good ypu don't
know until you've had corn-bread properly cooked.
Best of all, it's plentiful and it's patriotic.
Corn's Infinite Variety How much do you know about
corn? About how good it is? About the many
delicious ways of cooking it? And what you miss
by not knowing more about it? Here aro a few
of its uses:
There are at least fifty ways to use corn meal to
make good dishes for dinner, supper, lunch or break
fast. Here are some suggestions:
HOT BREADS
Boston brown bread.
Hoecake.
MuiUns.
Biscuits.
Griddle cakes.
WalTles.
HEARTY
Corn-meal croquettes.
Meat and corn-meal dumplings.
Italian polenta. Tamales.
The recipes are in Farmers' Bulletin 565, "Corn
Meal as a Food and Ways of Using It," free from the
Department of Agriculture.
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DESSERTS
Corn-meal molasses cake.
Apple corn bread.
Dumplings.
Gingerbread.
Fruit gems.
DISHES
Cora-meal fish balls.
CalchVell & Patterson
LEADING BAKBEHS
The pUrc where eooil crvlcc nml
cinirtctiiik trcntinciil prevnit. Clillilrrn'
Inilr cutting receive opcclal attention,
109 BURLINGTON STREET
Dr. Samuel A. Alulkey
DENTIST
The profession prnclicetl In H
various brunches
SATISFACTION Gl'ARANTHHD
Office hour: 8&0 to 12 M,; 1:30 to 5
nml 7 to 8 p. in.
l'lr.t Kittloiml IUhU IIiiIIiIIiil.
I'liuiic Columbia 282.
JOSEPH McCHESNEY, aCd.
Office Room S
Peninsula Bank Building
Hours 9.10 o. in.; 1.5 p. m. onii
evenings.
Office phone Col. 35.1; Res. 910
I buy or sell St. Johns Property
A. W. DAVIS
Ren I Estate
Fire Insurance and Notary Public
List your property with me if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
lAlWl 10UGE
No. 186 I. 0. O. r
$l. joiiM, oncfton
UmU ch Monday tvenlnr b) Oid Fl
lows hall at 8:00. A cordial welcome lo
all visiting brother,
O. W Norrnr. Noble Grn4
II. I. Whi.lcr Vice Grand
ti. J ftutriuwht Hin. Sec,
II. H CUik Trrt.
St. Johns Gamp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
We heartily solicit the attend
ance of our members at our next
regular meeting. Thursday, Feb.
14. G. W. Muhm. Consul.
Fred D. Elder
Teacher of
PIANO AND HARAIONY
Class now (niuiiiig for all ats and grades
Phone Columbia 127
7-16 Lombard Stieet
Airs. Frank A. Rice
Tkachkr op
VIOLIN AND PIANO
Studio: 509 W. John Street
Telephone Columbia 359
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KMCtirS Or PYTMIAVfti
Mects every Friday night at
7:30 o'clock in IHCKNER
Hall. Visitor always wcl
come, W. R. EVENS, C. C.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. f. and A. M.
Meets the firt arid third
Wednevlavof carh mnnth
in Bickner's Hall. VIsL
toy welcome.
Edlef.cn W. M.
A. W. DavU, Secretary,