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Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, January 02, 1919, Image 3

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,PRAYiNG FOR SAFE RETURN OF FATHER
BRIDES ELECT "PAY ONE THIRD
ON GOWNS THAT DIDN'T ARRIVE
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A Uttlo family of Italian peasants are kneeling to pray In tbo ruined
street of their village praying for tbo return of tbo loved ones. Such
scenes of sorrow will be seen no more, as Italy Is now free from tbe presence
of ber hereditary foes.
Now Tliey'ro Wondering How They'll
Get Trousseaus In Tlnie for
Weddings
Grcenvillo, Ala. Half n loi'n brides
elect In Greenville, whose wed
dings wore set for tlio next few weeks
arc Ih an embaiAisaing position lm
cnuao they haven't any wedding
eown.i and Utile tlmo Is loft to get
thorn. It nil enmo about by tbo visit of
n young man of attractive demeanor
who slopped at tlio best hoto! In hero
niid Bo6n made the acquaintance ot
tcvoral leading citizens. Hy tnls moitna
he obtnlncd nutllonces and dladayrd
a tempting lino of samples purpoitlni,
to como from Chicago tailoring cs
ti'blishment. He offered unusually lo.y
prices and liberal condlttonn ar.d en
gaged a local seairtstfesa to malte any
necessary alterations whon tlio gar
ments arrived. Tbo goods and trim
mings -were "just too lovely for any
thing'' In the view of many of Greon
vlllo's young ladles, Including several
brides elect, who willingly udvanccd
tno one third in cash.
The salesman bad to hurry to- the
next town, and neither he nor tbo stun
ning gowns have been heard from
since.
Pays $110 for Bride
Sacrnniento, Cal. Iloso Joe, tbe 17
year old daughter of Chin Joe, Chi
nese restaurant keeper of Marysvllle,
Cal. and n sraduate ot the Marysvllle
Giatnmar school, was sold by her
father to Lee Dow, a wealthy San!
Francisco' merchant for $1100, ynd bo
came the brido of the man she had
never seon before. The bridegroom Is
2o years older than Rose Joe, who lb
pretty and a talented pianist.
LEARN HOW TO THROW WATER
Water buckets, always filled and
ready In u strategic position, are the
best fire protection a farmer can get
for the money, says a bulletin 011 Are
prevention Issued by the United States
Department of Agriculture.
But
Do you know how to throw a
bucketful of water to put out a lire?
A little practice In the art may be
very useful, says the bulletin.
The knack of throwing a broad
sheet of water In a semicircular
sweep Is easily learned, and Is useful
on a spreading flic on the floor.
Water dipped out with the hands
or a dipper or a broom and sprinkled
on the fire Is often more effective than
that throwni on the fire from a dis
tance. The water should bo applied
to the base of the fire and not up in
the names and smoke.
She was a wise spinster who said
sho would ratbei be laughed at for not
coins married than to be unable to
nugh because sho was.
A woman who Is satisfied with her
neighbor la never satisfied with her
selfbut who ever saw a woman satis
fied with her neichbor?
In growing chicks, tho quality the
vigor, vitality, and capacity for
growth that the chick has when it
ctarts in life count for at least as
much as good conditions and good
J
It is beyoBd question that for pas
senger haul the public roads are used
to a greater extent than the rail
roads. These impressive conditions
have been created within tho span of
fllrclo generation.
CHEAP WAY TO CONTROL WEEDS
One of the best and cheapest ways
to control wefds on farms is to keep
a flock of sheep. In addition to con
trolling weeds without cost,- sheep
will render a profit by producing nu
tritious food and wool, and will assist
materially In meeting demands on tho
Nation for meat and wool production.
If weeds are not permitted to grow
and develop leaves they will xlio, but
It would require a great amount of
hand labor to keep most weeds under
control by this method. Sheep will
keep tho weeds down and the more
weeds they cat tho less will bo their
cost of upkeep, and tbo greater will
be the supply of- feed released for
other fctock. Many rough or perma
nent grass pastures that require mow
ing can be kept clean by the use of
sheep, while at the Bamo time tho
cattle-carrying capacity of the pasture
is Increased.
VJ mt E VA Ju
H otxsehold Hint,y
Such weeds as wild onion, bitter
weed, and the ragweeds cause great
annoyance to dairymen and milk deal
ers. These weeds, when eaten by
milch cows, give a very disagreeable
odor and flavor to tho milk, and con
sequently to alt other dairy products.
When cowb eat weeds In large Quan
tities, the milk is not marketable. The
contrpl of pasture weeds is a big pro
blem of dairymen in certain areas.
Stale crackers can be used in tho
starae way as stale bread and stale
bread crumbs. They, may be com
bined with other foods and used In
place, of Hour in making many dishes.
SEE WHAT'S BEEN FOUND NOW!
Workmen Unearth Jawbone of Din
otherlum In Texas.
Whllo oxcavrns in a gravel pit
near Temple, Tex., workmen unearth
ed tho jawbone of a prehistoric ani
mal that students of ethnology doclare
to be a dinotherlum. the And was un
covered at a depth of ton feet. Tho
bone .and teeth, twenty-four in all of
tho latter, are well preserved.
Excavation w.as Immediately sus
pended, ponding tho working out of
plans tn carefully proceed with the
work so that tho ontlro skoloton may
be taken .from tho ground without
damage.
, Cleaning Gilt .Frames
Gilt frameVSvhlch have ' become
dusty and lly-spccked can ba cleaned
by a careful dusting followed by wash
ig with ono ounce, ot soda, beaton tip
wi'tH tlio whites ,cf three ogGS,
Oil paintings can be cleaned with u
pure white soap nnd wator with a
little" pare. Any other treatment
should bo undertaken only by an ex-
To'tho aycrago hobo thero'o aJot'of,
difference botweou free soap and free
DELICIOUS SCENT
No scent is more delicious for the
linen chest than dried sweet clover
flowers.
Remember this on your next ex
pedition to the country.
Tie the dried clover in cheesecloth
bags and spread these between the
layers of bed or table linen.
If one has ceased to care for lav
ender or sweet clover for the house
hold linen, use the dried leaves or
even the fresh branches of leman
verbena. s
It is strangely sweet nnd wonder
fully pungent and quite reminds one
of grandmother's linen chest.
, The Table.
Cuban Stew Four pounds mut
ton, one cup olive oil, one can to
matoes, eight medium-sized onions,
one can pear, one can mushrooms,
eight good-sized potatoes, table
spoon salt and pinch of pepper. Put
olive oil in bottom of kettle, add .to
matoes and onions sliced, then mut
ton cut in pieces large enough to
serve, then salt and pepper. Cover
closely and simmer three hours.
Then add potatoes cut in halves, and
when they are cooked, add pease and
mushrooms, both drained from
liquor in the cans. When peas and
mushrooms have been heated, thick
en the whole and serve. 1
Dinner Omelet One and one-half
pounds round steak, one pound lean
pork, one bunch celery, one cup
cracker crumbs. Put all through
food grinder; add one pint tomat
oes, one egg, one cup milk; salt and
pepper to taste. Bake in baking
dish.
Divinity Fudge Beat the whites
of three eggs. Now boil three cups
sugar, one-half cup water and one
cup corn syrup till it forms a soft
ball. Pour half into the beaten egg.
Boil the other half until brittle, pour
in with' rest and stir. 'This makes a
delicious candy.
Veal Fricassee One pound of veal
from forequarter, cut in small
pieces; brown in savory dripping un
til well seared and browned. Cover
with cold water. Cook slowly until
tender. Season to taste. Thicken
grayy and pour into casserole or
baking dish. Make biscuit of one
pint, flour, three teaspoons baking
powder, salt, two tablespoons lard,
enough water or milk to make a soft
dough. Cut into small biscuits and
drop into the boiling hot gravy. Set
in the oven and bake until a nice
brown (nboi't a half hour). This
gives a good meat .meal for six per
sons. Mock Mince Pie One-half cup
molasses, two-thirds cup water, two
thirds cup vinegar, ne cup sugar,
one cup bread crumbs, one cup chop
ped raisins, one tablespoon cloves,
one tablespoon cinnamon, one nut
meg grated, butter size of an egg.
Mix this and put it on stove to heat
thoroughly, stirring often. Bake
with two crusts.
Red Flummery Stew two quarts
cranberries in a' very little water till
they are all to pieces. Then strain
juice through linen bag arid sweet
en it with one pound brown sugar.
Take out a pint of the cranberry
juice and make into a batter with
one-half pound ground rice stirred
in gradually. It must be quite
smiith and free from lumps. Then
put remainder 'of juice into sauce
pan, set in on hot fire and while
boiling stir in gradually the rice
batter. When it has boiled till
quite thick and yery smooth, strain
it again, and put into molds to con
geal. Eat with sweetened cream.
Pumpkin Pie One cup cooked
pumpkin drained dry, one and one
fourth cups milk, one egg, three
fourths cup sugar, one-fourth tea
spoon ginger, three-fourths tea
spoon cinnamon, one-fourth teaspoon
salt!
January Clean-Up Sale
Women's Outer Garments
Women's $52.50 to $59.50 Coats, now $35.00
Women's $45.00 to $50.00 Coats, now $27.75
Women's $37.50 to $44.50 Coats, now ....'. $25.00
Women's $29.75 to $35.00 Coats, now : $21.75
Women's $25.00 to $28.75 Coats, now $17.75
All Women's Suits One-Half Price
Women's $19.75 to $24.50 Coats, now $15.00
Women's $17.50 Winter Coats, now . $ 9.90
Women's $29.75 to $35.00 Dresses, now $17.50
Women's $25.00 Dresses, now $12.75
Women's $15.00 Dresses, now $ 7.50
Women's $12.95 to $16.75 Coats, now ,$ 7.50
25 Off On
ALL FURS
SKIRTS
"Women's,
Apparel
Dept.
$10 Silk Skirts $5.85
$8.95 Skirts $5.00
$6.50 Skirts $3.95
$14.75 Skirts $9.95
$17.50 Skirts 1 $11.75
Second
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to 120 acres, somewhere within
reach of Toledo, must be heavy,
black soil, no sand, with good im
provements. Write us description
and advise how wc may find you by
automobile. ( & .
WEISS-MILLER-BAITHER,
333 ERIE ST. TOLEDO, O.
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Accuracy is our watchword and the
keynote to our constantly growing
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New Location
323 ST. CLAIR ST.
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The complete Electric Light and
Power Plant
A constant help to the busy '"'ouse
wlfe. Saves time, work and worry.
E. H. WALKER, Distributor.
FRAKN HOCHANADEL, Denier
CHAS. RILEY, Dealer
212 N. Erie St. Toledo, O!
TYPEWRITERS
FOR EVERYBODY
$10.00 and up. Get our Offer.
Rented or Sold anywhere.
Toledo Typewriter Exchange.
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TOLEDO, O.
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