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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Comment Br Rev. Braest Bourncr Allen, D. D. Pastor of the Washington Street Congregational Church and ilie Marlon Lawrancc Sunday School, Toledo, Ohio. LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 11th Lesson Title: "Jesus and the Woman ot Samnrla." Lesson Text: John 4: 1-20. Mem orize vss. i;t, 14. Golden Text: "Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners." I. Tim. 1 :15. T. Samaria. No spot In Palestine Is hotter known or better authenticated than Jacob's well. One has only to take a short walk out of Shcclicin to come "near to the parcel of ground that Jacob save tn his son Joseph. I remember to Dr. Hitter, sitting at the wcllsldu, a few years Switzerland. ago, and reading this entire chapter! Spain will care or American Inter aloud to the little group gathered I ,.sts in (Jermany. there. We talked about the surround-1 what the morrow will bring forth lugs and the woman of Samaria and .. i otllcial rank dares prophesy, the never-falling Christ. Later we (.M.,.))r that the next, move is up to visited Jacob, the High Priest of the i;.-iiiaii.v. Samarituns. A little remnant of less t'nngress almost to a man fell in be- tfian two hundred people represented uj. ,i. ,.-,.iuent and iissured him oJC that fragment of the Jews which had kept aloof from the main body of the people. Yet still It Is not a conven tional thing for a Jew to havo deal ings with Samaritans! Thus the his tory of the years corroborates the truthfulness of the Record. II. Jesus and Womanhood. It was not only strange for a Jew to talk with a Samaritan, it was nlso Htrange for Jesus to talk with a woman whose questionable character In tiie city was evidently well known. Jesus has done great things for womanhood in all generations nnd In all lands. Contrast the effect of the teachings of Buddha upon the woman of India ; of tin; teachings of Confu cius upon the woman of China; of the teaching of Mohammed upon the Mos lem world. The Ideals are different. The results are correspondingly differ ent. Kvcry woman who thinks ought to breath a prayer in appreciation of Jesus Christ because of the difference his Influence brought into her life. Christ freed women from slavery. He taught the world to appreciate and ex'alt motherhood, lie set woman in an equal place hcMdc man. He made her a co-worker in the extension of his kingdom. He gave her eiuul honor while he was upon earth and H. S. BREAKS WITH GERMANY COUNT VON BERNSTOFF, GERMAN AMBASSADOR. GIVEN HIS PASS PORTS. U. S. AMBASSADOR GERARD RECALLED FROM GERMANY. Germany's Decision to Wage Relentless U. Boat Warfare Forces U. S. to Act. diplomatic relations with Germany. Senators nnd representatives who yesterday expressed the hope that the president would not break with Gcr mnny until some overt act hod been committed by the war craft, snld that inasmuch as the president had exercis ed his right to send Ambassador von Bcrnstoff home, they will stand by him through the trouble. The last German note, received on January .'list, brought matters to a head. It contains the following statement: "Under these clrcumstuni.es Ger man will establish February 1st, 11)17, a zone around Great Britain, France, Italy and the Eastern Medi terranean, and all navigation, that of neutrals Included, from and to Eng land nnd from and to France, etc., etc. All ships met within the zone will be sunk." Vice President Marshall notified to arrange for a joint session of congress, said: "It is sincerely to be hoped that this necessary break will not drag the United States into the war. There a vo limits, however, to endurance be yond which no self-respecting nation can -go. This government cannot per mit the defiance of all law of civiliza tion by any nation to pass un- Wnshington, D. C. German Am bassador von Bcrnstoff was handed his passports. Previous to this otllcial notification of a diplomatic break be tween the United States and Germany the ambassador had turned over Ger many's Interests In the Uunltcd States the minister from WOOD COUNTY C01T HOUSE NOTES stlppoi-t In whatevir situation may arise as a result o the breaking off of challenged." Which Is to be believed, the man who denies Christ's Mcsslahshlp. or Christ himself, who claimed it? Any one can say that Jesus was a good man. if he made this claim and was not the Messiah, he was not a good man. Nor would he be worthy of our wor ship if he was self-deceived in the matter. There is a logical difficulty hero which ought to be faced by those who lightly evade or minimize the claims of Christ. His Mcsslahshlp stands for a definite ministry to man. It ushered In a new kingdom and a new civilization which are yet to come in their fullness. God has a plan for the world nnd It is to be carried oat under the leadership of Jesus Christ. What do you think of him? Are you following his leadership? IfFXE cms eh old Hiivt Apple Walnut Cream. One-half cup steamed and strained apple, Vi cup sugar, 1 teaspoon gran ulated gelatine, dissolved In U tea spoons boiling water; y egg whit," beaten stiff. 1 teaspoon lemon juice, few grains salt. Mix ingredients in order given. Turn into a mold and chill. Cut In squares and roll In chop ped walnuts. Graham Bread. Two eups of sour milk, 1 cup of molasses, i! level teaspoons of sod.i. little salt, '2y cups of graham flour. 1 Caramels. Mix one cup of molasses, one cup of brown sugar, and two tablespoon's of butter Boll until dropped'lnto cold water. It will form a soft ball. Add one cup of ihodolate, dook three minutes and turn Into well-buttered pans. Add nut meats if neslred. Cut into squares with a buttered knife when nearly cold. Fig Bread Pudding. Soak three cups of bread crumbs In, three cups of milk, add three table spoons of chopped figs dredged with Hour, oii(. saltspoon of salt, three i - . . . y ...... .. ... .... .i,ii nr u'Mitij.ti I .1,111 . ..ill, f.i irnn'ti assured ner or ncn reward m me y - J""'"' " beaten eggs, and flavor with nutmeg. heavenly kingdom. Wherever Chris-, flour. H mad,. In one loaf, steam .1 . & anl Itntiltv Iv i.riiH.ul ivnui'in Is f linr Hours. II malic ill NUlilll !OH cs, sic;illl uaiuij is pruuiceu woman is at nor ,,,,. .bake in a moderate oven until the ens- best. HI. Water of Life. Were you ever thirsty? Then you know how satisfying It Is to get Na drink of pure water! 1 have a vivid memory of a hunting expedition in the woods In which I shared. Wo had been tramping a long time and were tired out. Our guns had grown heavy and we were not sure of the way. Suddenly we came upon a little brook who.e rapid running waters had resisted the cold weather and we laid down on the ground to drink and quench our thirst. What is the deepest thirst? What '1 hours. I steam mine in five baking powder cans. You can bake it if you like, but It is better steamed. After the water In kettle begins to boll don't let it stop. Put cans In steamer and cover nnd put over a kettle of water. A1ARRIAGE LICENSES Vincent Thompson, Jr. 122, finisher inspector, Ford Glass Co., and Miss Lulu M. Hepler,' 1!). both of Kossford. Boss Deckard, .'15, farmer. Gnllipo lls, and Miss Kdna (). Constant, Blonnulale. William P. Scott, 5-1, mall carrier, and Miss Pearl F. Dlbert, 42, both of, Perrysburg. ' William Slnyter. 21, farmer, and Miss Cora Bradcnbcrry, 24, both of Blonnulale. ' NE WCOURT CASES Mary A. Jones has filed Injunction proceedings against Jacob Gross, a 'tenant on. her 80-aere farm In Free dom township, asking for an account ing and for sale of personal property, which she says belongs to both her-' self aiul Gross. She has been grant ed a temporary restraining order so he cannot dispose of certain articles. In a suit agninst Claude Williams, Herman Jacobs asks for .$200 dam ages for Injury done to his automo bile, when his machine was run Into by the one owned by defendant, which he claims was being driven on the wrong side of the street, by a boy named Bushman, who was 1" years old. Glenn De Brant in a suit against Hobcrt G. and Edith De Brant, asks for partition of lots 144 and 14i In Bradner. left him by his mother, Min nie De Brant, deceased. He nlso asks for an accounting of rents and profits. Board of Education, Milton town ship, to A. L. Flllere. 1 acre, section 24. Milton township, .?i:tn. U. S. to Lewis Bullock, lot .155, Perrysburg. (Pat.) Electa Conklln. et. al.. to William A. Troehler, 70.50 acres, section 2(S. Milton township, $1. B. H. Benton and wife to Louisa C. Baker, lot 2:50, Bloomdale. ?:(00. Etfie L. Leggett to Walter It. Les sen, lots 12 and IS, Bradner. $800. Amanda Smith to John McMahu... lots :?f)2 and :in.1, North Baltimore. $1. C. It. Knauss to Harold and Lena A. Knauss. SO acres, section S. Bloom township, ?1. Samuel V. Harry to Geo. V. Mack ley, et. al.. lot SI 4. North Baltimore. ?:i0(). Geo. E. Koch to Fred W. Toan, -10 acres, section 14. Weston township. I August Itrnun to A. L. Thoma. part lots -11 and 4.'!, Pemberville. $1. ' Daniel W. Heddln to May me Salis bury, lot 5. Hoytvllle. .?1. J Alice Connors to Warren 1. John son, et. al., lot :t(5 .".Oo. North Balti more, .$.125. SherlfflTff F. and Amelia l- Warns to Lloyd Bros., 121). 85 acres, road tract 45, . James W. William to Truman Buslt nell, 2 acres, section 27, Weston township. $025. II. A. Kaznialer and wife to Geo. J. Williams, lots 144, .15 and 518, Per rysburg, $1. Clyde and Mary Bonier to Win. II. Davidson, 20 acres, section 2(1, Bloom township, $2,.!00. Geo. Hoodlebrlnk and wife to AVln ford L. Mattoou, !)4..1 acres, section 21, Lake township, $1. A. L. and Lydla A. Longbrake lo Clarence A. Selple, part lot 145, Mil ton Center, $1. ed through n scries of metal plates one above the other, the car owner can easily Iron out the damage done, pro vided that the tubes themselves have not been broken out or puctured. The radiating plates arc easy to bend nnd may be lined up with a screwdriver pried between them, as shown in Fig. 3. REPAIR OF DAMAGED RADIATOR. "A damaged radiator Is an unsight ly looking object and the general Im pression Is that It is such a delicate BROKEN SPRING LEAVES. An ingenious owner who had a enr I which was only too frequently afflict- I - It,. .l.ul... 1. ...... I.n .nn.lr. ,1m linn, II Willi rspuili; llll'llHuu m. i, it; mi; ireoi nt it by carrying in his tool box two pieces of broken leaves from springs that had previously let go and two pairs of spring clips. When another spring would break, and In his car it had the peculiar faculty of golug through every leaf In a single place, he would place the two broken leaves on either side of the fracture, put one rtg. 3 StiafflMoilfifl radiator W trtlk torao driver affair that repairs should be performed only by the factory. With a vertical tube radiator, where radiation is galn- yu intritriHg 'trtim tprtmg with tfrtHi mp ni movm spring clip, or sometimes two over the broken leaves and on each side of the break clamp the clips up tightly and proceed home to buy another spring. Fig. 4 illustrates the method by which this repair win ninde. turd sets. Serve with a hard sauce. TELEPHONE OPERATORS WANTED ' Because of the new Park Exchange soon to be put into service, additional operators will be hired. r Full working days of 5 to 8 hours. Pay for first switchboard work $1.10 per day. Pay advances at short intervals with ex perience to $1.60 per day at end of one year. Opportunities for further advancement, pleasant work, comfortable surroundings. SEE US AT ONCE OHIO STATE TELEPHONE CO. 231 HURON ST., TOLEDO, OHIO Baked Eggplant. Peel the plant and boil it whole i.i salted water until tender enough to pierce with silver fork. Drain and wash, adding butter salt and pepper and 2 tablespoons of bread crumbs and 1 teaspoon of scraped onion. When cool beat 1 egg into the mixture, put in baking pan, cover the top with bread crumbs, and bits of butter ami to brown the crumbs. lfiiielnr nf llfn ( mm., t'lm.lnmmitiil V If people only knew that Jesus Christ bnl"' "1)out V our " ovo" 1,ot pnon"11 could give them "the living water" how .eagerly they would come to him. If he has brought satisfaction to your soul ought you not to be. telling otliers how the deepest human thirst can ber satisfied? IV. Worship. The woman had the. Idea that peo ple must go to a particular spot in order to worship God. She said that the Jews looked upon Jerusalem as. that particular place. Jesus gives to her the great teaching that "(Soil is a spirit; and they that worship Him must worship Htm In spirit and in truth." It follows therefore that mini may worship God anywhere; under the blue sky, by the side of running waters, in the home, on the street, or in stately church walls! There are those who do not attend church, but tell us that they can worship God where they are. While this Is true the question remains whether they ac tually encage lu worship wherever they are. The common sense of man kind agrees that toe best aids to true worship for the willing soul may be found In thq. church, Iij Is.notbc, oiwsjB Ood Is limited to that one plate, hut because man may there more eas ily shut out the thoughts of business inil of tba world. What Is your habit i.f worship? Where do you regularly plan and expect to meet God? What fellowship hare you had with him today? V The Revelation of Messluhship. There are peppie, who deny Jliat Jesus wajj the Messiah. Ho himself declared that he was. He made the revefatfou "to" (Tie ""Wolriah ""wfieE" tie said; "I that apeak uuto luce am he." FOR SALE GROCERY STORE Located in best resident section of Toledo. Good business, clean stock. Good rea-on for selling Address FENTON BROS. 3113 Cherrv St. TOM-UK). O. LET ME EXAMINE YOUR EYES Not only will 1 do it well, imt I will do it so well that it cannot be done better. LEO MARKS, Optometrist. with the SAMPLE JEWELRY STORE 424 Adams St., near Superior. TOLEDO, OHIO W7th the Autornohile Show Going On and the ntna wWffii LUJUU; 1 UIUIOIAIUII L Great H ifkifitfinr Qc&lUc at Milner's, NOTICE! I wish to impress upon the minds. of every man in Toledo and vicinity that I am still in position lo sell Ihem a GOOD, HONEST PAIR OF SHOES for the wonder ful low price of $4.00. These shoes embrace all styles in gun-metal culf, dark Russia calf and black vici kids. These shoes were all purchased before the heayy ad vnnce in leather and I am still selling them, according to THE PRICE THEY WERE BOUGHT and NOT according to the market price today. Many stores in Toledo that were not fortunate In laying in such a large supply are asking $5.50 and S6.00 for the same values. Another thing that you should remember is that any store selling for spot cash as my stores .do, are certainly in position t sell you at a much LOWER PRICE th,an stores that sol jejt credit business and have to wait from one to six months' for their money, Just think over the above statements and bring $4.00 with you the next time you need u pair of shoes and give me a chance to make good. v Wood's Boot Shops Two Stores 4"lG Adams. 243 St. Clair. Just around the corner rPrAtAe fXUlrx ramTnterurban'Statlon"" vj vnavn wAiran c. wood. Owner of WOOD'S BOOT SHOPS 15 i fi i ,,rr 'SL&B i" - -- "sskxs ts "i" or short $18 Quartered Oak Rocking Chairs $11.50 Polished golden or waxed fumed finish made with auto spring scats of genuine Spanish leather. 18c and 20c Wallpaper, 12Vfcc do. Roll Parlor, bedroom or dining room styles floral and conventional effects light and dark back grounds sold, with borders to match. 25c & 30c Gilt Parlor Paper, 17 do. Roll Two tone and conventional effects designs outlined ln,gilt-brown,"gren,.and gray, color ings cut-out borders to match. 'Everybody for miles around will be in Toledo next week. The February Furniture Sale, Floor Covering Sale, Drapery Sale and Wall Paper Sale offer great opportunities Mowing are a few examples. We will pay shipping charges to any point in Ohio, Michigan or Indiana. $40 Bed Davenports, $32.75 golden or fumed oak and mahogany linisli- lolsturvd in hpnnisli tcsli-ieallier long bed style. $25 Axminster Rugs, $19.95 Floral and oriental patterns size !)xl2 feet every rug perfect. 90c Printed Linoleum, 64c sq. yd. Four yards wide will cover 'most any floor without seams good patterns. $2.50 Marquisette Curtains, $1.69 Headed, ready to shirr on rod made with valance silk hemstitched embroidered cor ners white, cream and ecru. $1.19 Scrim Curtains, 79c Wide, lllet lace insertions nd neat edges also hemstitched white only. W. L. MILNER & CO. TOLEDO, OHIO MUSIC KOF EVERYH DESCRIPTION . Write or Call ea H. J. VOTTELER SON Arced WMc $tor 37 Arcade, Ckvelasd, Ofcto BVEItYBODT BUFFBItWO PXUHt, Fistula, FiBaures, Ulceration, CoasUva tton, sieedtnsr, Itchlne". Writ. Ixo ttrtat. Positive, palnlewa pile care. Bt U, Tarney, Autouro, Infl. i '"v .-tV, '. ...k. .