GENERAL PERSHING AND PREMIER OF FRANCE MEET ON BATTLEFIELD
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A NOTE PR0A1 THE FRONT.
That young French maid, she was a dear.
Slio swcctlj said, "IJunjour, innnslcur." ' '
I found my book anil answered right
In my best French, "Ties-bean, iietltel"
German chemists clalmxtjiey will make a substitute for everything they
need. But they will nover make a substitute for humanity, ami that's what
they need most.
American mcdlcnl journal asks: "What makes us tali or short?" We
know what makes us short. Ask us a hard one.
OUR IDEA OF NOTHING TO DO.
"Songwriting Opportunities and
Pitfnlls," 15c. Pon't act blindly.
Get knowledges most needed. Many
dealers wasted through Ignorance.
Jensen, OS-141 West Jackson, Chicago.
Waiting for the German people to kan the Kaiser.
x'ryinjr to uring auout tne enti ot tne war oy wisning lor it.
Trying to thaw out a gas pipe with a lighted match.
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FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE
Would you Hlcc to own a good
farm In Wood, Lucas or Monroo
Wo lmvo several on our list con
venient to this city, easily roached
by stono road or car line, and close
to Rood small town markets.
Nearly all liavo black loam soil,
adapted to the raisins of hay, oats,
corn, rye, wheat or supcar beets, and
are well developed and Improved.
Tho owners of. some of theso farms
would consider exchanging for Im
proved town property.
There has nover been a tlmo when
a good farm was a better buy than
Our farm department Is prepared
to show any of these farms on re
quest. Phone or call and let us show
you what we have.
Tim IRVING II. IIIETT CO.
C12 Madison, Nicholas Bldg.
Both Phones Main 77GC.
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This is the first and only photograph to arrive In tho United States showing General Pershing, commander
of Uie American expeditionary forces In France, and Georges Clemenceau, Premier of France, when they met at
American headquarters on the western front and inspected the troops. The Premier expressed great enthusiasm
over tho Americans and their courage.
Men are taking care of their automobiles these days. Most of them
don't know where they will getlinother.
The other day a man ran away with our neighbor's wife and his auto
mobile at the same time.
Our neighbor came up out of the basement just in time to see him driving
away, and he yelled at the driver: "Don't forget to send the car back."
They gave a Chicago murderer a porterhouse steak and, French fried
potatoes just before hanging him, which, in our opinion, is a poor way to
Cast Iron, Aluminum, Bronze
Welding Flux Immediate delivery.
Auto Repair & Machine Co.
Foot Washington St. Toledo, O.
A LIBERTY BOND
Ernest Bourner Allen, Minister Washington Street Congregational
A Liberty Bond is a bond that tics
Our hearts to till of our brave Allies
Who've fought for tw under low'ring sides,
Till Freedom conies in the morning!
A Liberty Bond is a bond that makes
The Kaiser tremble whenever ho wake.
And his mustache droop like the other fakes,
Till Preedoni come lu the morning!
A Liberty Bond Is a bond that whips
Autocracy s hellish havoc and quips, ,
When freemen ami bondmen come to grips. -For,
'Freedom's cause in the morning!
A Liberty Bond like a bomb, will burst.
T shatter the shackles of slaves accurst
By blood-crazed war lords doing their worst,
Till Freedom come.s lu the morning!
A Liberty Bond Is democracy's sword.
That teaches the Kaiser whose ox is gored,
And carries the judgment of the Lord,
Till Freedom comes In the morning!
Buy a Liberty Bond for your brother's sake.
For the men who're putting their lives at stake,
Till the world of Safety ami Peace partake.
And Democracy's 'vnntage all all men retake.
Till Freedom come.s in the morning!
H HWmC M TiiniHiii m an
H ousehold Hiniy -
Oatmeal (cooked with chopped dates)
Corn Meal Muffins
Bean Soup (from left-over baked
Crackers Potato Salad
Meat Souffle (made from left-over
Broiled Sliced Potatoes
Stewed Tomatoes (home canned)
Raspberry Jam Rye Bread
Sliced Bananas Sponge Cake
Toast, Canadian Style Toast
slices of whole wheat or graham
bread. Sprinkle lightly with salt.
Tour over toast a brown gravy made
of suet or other good fat, and thick
ened with scorched flour to give
color. Served with stewed fruit.
Sweet Macaroni Break a quarter
of a pound of macaroni into small
pieces.and boil in two quarts of water
with a large pinch of salt until ten-
stm- flmin rW umtpr. ndd to the maca
roni in stew pan a teacup of milk
and just enougn Bugar 10 sweeten, u,
Keep shaking over we nre tin an
the milk is absorbed, add any flavor
ing and serve. Jelly may be served
with the macaroni.
Stewed Apples and Rice Peel
good baking apples, take out the.
cores. Do not injure shape. Put in
to' deep baking dish and pour over
them a half pint of molasses or syr
up. Into each apple put a shred of
lemon and let bake very slowly till
done, but not in the least broken.
When done take out the lemon and
Eut a little jam into each apple and
etween little heaps of well cooked
rice. If the syrup seems too thin
boll till it thickens. This may bo
served either hot or cold.
Macaroni and Salmon Boil two
cups macaroni broken in pieces un
til tender. Mix a tablespoon of oil
from tho anlmon with two table
spoons margarine and melt. Then
VilAnrl wifh tVivon tnhlonrtnni flour:
add gradually two cups milk. Sea
son to taste witn sale ana a very
little red pepper. Boil three min
utes, stirring constantly, in a but
tered baking dish; arrange tho
macaroni ana a pound can of salmon
in layers, pouring some of tho
sauce over each layer of salmon.
Cover tho top layer with bread
crumc-s fsavea irom uie crumu
jar"). Brown and serve hot.
rNn octctq Snnlf tvirn Vipnninf tjlhlo-
spoons of tapioca over night. Drain
and add to it one pint of milk and a
very scant quarter of a cupful of
sugar. tooi in a uouuib uuuci uum
it is clear; then add two dozen
marshmallows, stirring until dis-
anllrnl Pomnvn frnm tht llRAt. fla-
vor to taste with vanilla and servo
cold. No meringue is required, as
the pudding is light and delicate.
Stuffed Cabbage Remove stalk
end of head, of cabbage. Leave hol
low shell. Chop fine one pound
round steak with one slice bacon, one
nninn. lAA ntin-Vinl-F nun brpfid OT
cracker crumbs soaked in water and
nut. no commission; returns day of nnlval,
All reasonable drafts honored, to
,' 191 Duane St., New York
(Atlantic Untlonol nanK . . . ., . . j , , . n
lOtalliitm & (wul National Bnl Utdted States Food AdminUUatlon
HELPING THE MEAT AND MILK SUPPLY bloodhound had a keen nose
vl - J -o J r m
Successfully Trails Clothes Thief on
Old Scent From a Hanger.
Keoltuk, Iowa. Called to the trail
only when It was between eight and
ten hours old, and getting his scent
from a coat hanger, a bloodhound
established a record hero when It
trailed, without hesitancy, a man who
had robbed a local clothes cleaning
concern to tho railroad station. Be
fore making for the station, almost
dragging tho heavy-weight owner at
the other end ot tho lino, tho animal
trotted briskly through alleys and in
to a restaurant where the thief had
stopped for lunch after the robbery.
The stolen clothing was located in
a hotel at Fort Madison, but the man
who got away with them had fled
from there and was not caught.
FOR GOOD USED
V. G. KIBBY
Toledo Used 'Car Exchange
1014-16 Madison Ave. Toledo, 0.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Country home, O-room house,
modern complete, 15 acres, cov
ered with fruit; garage, steam heat,
10x40 ft chicken coops, barns and
other buildings; on stone road,
2 miles from city limits, West
Toledo. Inquire of A. J. Breokcl,
Lewis avenue, West Toledo.
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vstfthe lft.to AtJ,
Headquarters for Tractor Oil
Write or Telephone to
BALSO OIL CO.
238 N. Erie St.
Bell M 6774
Home M 3368
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BIG MONEY IN BEES
Plan of A-Shap,ed Hog House; Closed (Front on Left. Provision for Ventila
tion Shown in Small iDagraui.
wrunir drv: one beaten egg. Season
with salt and pepper, mold in balls
size of small egg and put in cab
bage shell. Cover with pieces of
green pepper or caDoage leaves ana
steam until tender. Put on platter
nnd serve with tomato sauce. This
with some potatoes makes a fine
Block Pudding One cup molasses,
two nnd one-half cups flour, two tea
spoons baking powder, two-thirds
cup boiling water, ono scant tea
spoon soda dissolved in boiling water,
a little salt. Add spices and raisins
to taste. Steam about three hours.
Serve with either boiled or egg sauce.
Egg sauce For one-half the pud
ding: Beat yolks well of two eggs,
add sugar to taste. Beat tho two
whites very stilt, flavor wiin va
nilla. Beat all together.
Or serve pudding with whipped
The recipe will serve eight, but
can be used one-half at a time. Tho
rest steamed over when needed.
You Can Move the A-Khnucd House on Its Runners from Field to Field or
from a Dirty Place to a Clean Location.
Movable Pig Houses Cheaper, Cleaner, Handier.
A-Shaped Type Especially Suited to Beginner in Hog Business
Front Can Be Closed In in Colder Climates Good Shelter
for Sow and Litter Lanterns' to Warm It.
Movable or colony hog houses are
especially suited to tho needs of the
farmer just starting in the hog busi
ness and also for pig club members
who are doing their part to help the
15 per cent Increase needed in bog
population. These houses, especially
where the winters nre mild, will meet
all the needs of hogs for shelter both
from the hot sun of summer and the
dampness and storm of winter., They
can be moved from Held to Held as
the pigs ate changed from one graz-1
lug crop to another. Their use makes
it easy to keep the hogs healthy, as
the house can be moved as soon as'
one place becomes unclean. Movable
houses can bo built much more
cheaply than the larger ones; they
enn be increased lu number as the
herd gets larger; and If the farmer
Is a, renter he can take the houses
with him when he moves.
GET THIS CIRCULAR ON
MOVABLE HOG HOUSES.
Proper housing is important In in
creasing hog production. Good houses
reduce" the amount ot reed consumed
and prevent losses from exposure,
especially with the early spring 'lit
ters. ".Movable Hog Houses,' Circu
lar 10: Office of the Secretary of
Agriculture. Just published, tells how
to make two types of Inexpensive
hog houses the 'box-shaped house
nnd the "A"-shaped kind. Write for
We can supply you with Bees nnd the Supplies
to run them with. Our Free Catalog sent on request.
Honey and Beeswax always wanted. Write us.
Department No. 30.
S. J. GRIGGS & COMPANY TOLEDO, OHIO
Auto Radiator Repairing
Lober Art Brass and Specialty Co.
Special attention given to out-of-town customers.
126-128 11th Street TOLEDO, OHIO
LIVED ON $16.50 A YEAR
Indiana Man Bullta Hut of Mud and
Sticks a3 a Home In
Hope, Ark. When John Q. Cush
man, 63, a hormit who for six yearn
had lived in a mud hut, five mlle.
north of Hopo, failed to go to a neigh
bor's spring for water, the neighbor
investigated and found him dying near
tho hut. Ho never regained conscious
ness and died late in tho afternoon.
Cushman camo hero from Indiana.
Ho bought n nmnll piece ot land in the
woods and with sticks and mud built
a hut eight feet square. It has no
window and no floor. A scaffold In
one corner covored with leaves, was
his bed, and a homo made stool and
a small cook stove was his only oth
er equipment. Ho prepared and ate
his food from tho skillot. He ato only,
a mush made of beans and corn meal
mixed with lard.
Cushman once told a neighbor his
expensos for food and clothes were
limited to $16.50 a year. He had 2000
in a local bank and is said to have
moro money in Indiana banks.
CASE FARM TRACTORS
For every farm operation; earn profits the year" 'round
Built by Case Your Guarantee
When you get a Case Tractor
you get the best there" is built.
For seventy-live years farmers
have placed their faith and trust
in Case products. Case is the
pioneer In the gas tractor, field.
Their tractors are real kerosene
lnirners. It will save time, labor
and expense nnd solve your
labor shortage. Your boy can
operate a Case. The Case 9-1S
Is a marvel for power, economy,
simplicity and accessibility.
Four other sizes fit any acre
age. Demonstration on request.
Case 9-18 $1225
Egg In Contribution Plate.
Fremont, Neb. When Rev, J.
George Botzie, pastor of the First
Baptist church, entered the church on
a -mission he was rurprised to see a
hen nutter out from under the pulpit.
In ids chase aftr tho startled biddy
Mr. Betzie found an egg in the con
tribution plate. Tho hen entered the
church through an open window rnd
ovidently wanted to contribute nor
mite to tho cause by laying an gg.
TURN your LOSSES into PROFITS
Iv iiKinc AttfiVWiM&
Eureka Hog & Cattle Powder Co.
443 St. Clair St., Toledo, Ohio
I am using It and have excellent results.
It Is a great worm expeller and keepi
lock in perfect condition,
W. H. FREDERICK.
Ill Lyme Street, Bellevue, Ohio.
THE ULTIMATE CAn
FOURS: $1,865 to $3,455
EIGHTS: $2,665 to $4,105
UNITED GARAGE CO.
719-725 Jefferson Ave.
Solves Your Transportation Problems
Furnishes the Lowest Hauling Cost in the World
Makes your second-hand car earn money for you
One ton Standard, $350 and a Ford car
Universals: One ton $400; Two ton $500 and any car.
The Ideal Light Four
Valve - hi - Head
A new car com
bining the best feat
ures at n popular
5 HASS. TOURING, $"95.00
5 PASS..ROADSTER, $995.00
The Nickels, Jackson & Lavenberg Co.
1412-1414 Madison Ave. TOLEDO, O.
Home Phone Main 989 Bell Phone Main 789
"Our Sales and Service Policy lakes Satisfied Customers."
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